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  1. Quarterback QB Logan Hayes 6-1 212 Jr Bridgeport Central (Bridgeport, CT) 2.5 of 2.5 [Hybrid] QB Blake James 6-2 174 So Westhill (Stamford, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Pocket] QB Kevin Hamilton 6-2 190 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] QB Jon Linton 6-6 213 Fr Apple Springs (Apple Springs TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] Running Back RB Emmanuel McPherson 5-8 204 (Jr) Ellington (Ellington, CT) 2.5 of 3.5 [Speed] RB John Brown 5-8 172 So L.S. Mills (Burlington, CT) 2.5 of 3.0 [Speed] RB Keenan Livingston 5-11 167 Jr Woodland Regional (Beacon Falls, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Speed] Fullback FB Ryan Kelly 6-1 205 So North Shore Tech (Middleton, MA) 2.0 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] FB Greg Jamison 6-1 203 (Sr) Parkside (Salisbury, MD) 2.0 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] FB Ahmed Palmer 5-11 234 Fr Saranac Lake (Saranac Lake NY) 1.5 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] FB Jordan Barnes 5-11 218 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] Wide Receiver WR Tyrone Dempsey 6-3 163 So Derby (Derby, CT) 3.0 of 3.5 [Target] WR Shaq Maddox 6-2 220 (So) Houston Lutheran North (Houston TX) 2.5 of 3.0 [Target] WR Denver Barnett 6-3 174 (Jr) Coginchaug Regional (Durham, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Target] WR Derrick Bailey 6-1 173 Jr Seymour (Seymour, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Zech Daniels 6-6 194 (So) Sheehan (Sheehan, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Target] WR David Houser 6-5 175 So New London (New London, CT) 1.5 of 2.0 [Target] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Marquise McLeod 5-9 158 Fr McClellan Magnet (Little Rock AR) 1.0 of 2.0 [Speed] WR Kristian Downs 5-10 193 So Bloomfield (Bloomfield, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Speed] Tight End TE Gregg Clark 6-5 221 (So) Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Receiving] TE William Brooks 6-3 234 (Jr) Glen Mills (Concordville, PA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Blocking] TE Christopher Lee 6-1 225 So Killingly (Killingly, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Blocking] Left Tackle OT Samuel Browne 6-7 287 (So) Winnacunnet (Hampton, NH) 3.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OT Dexter Kelly 6-8 314 Sr Stratford (Stratford, CT) 1.5 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] OT Jonathan Sheridan 6-2 297 Jr E.C. Goodwin Tech (New Britain, CT) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Left Guard OG Cameron Cook 6-1 271 So Biddeford (Biddeford, ME) 2.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Parker Bower 6-7 315 Fr Sevier County (Sevierville TN) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Andrew Taylor 6-1 310 (Jr) Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Run Blocking] Center C Michael Maddox 6-2 266 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG Ilan McKinnon 6-4 328 Fr DePaul Catholic (Wayne NJ) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] Right Guard OG Ethan Nixon 6-3 287 Sr Hamden (Hamden, CT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Ethan Reed 6-6 315 (Sr) Sussex Central (Georgetown, DE) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] OG Zac Lane 6-1 284 (So) Ellington (Ellington, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] OG Ethan Shaw 6-5 272 So Wayne Central (Ontario Center, NY) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Right Tackle OT Doug Hughes 6-1 300 So Wolcott (Wolcott, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] OT Anthony Perez 6-5 289 Jr Shelton (Shelton, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Left Defensive End DE William Flowers 6-5 263 Sr Ledyard (Ledyard, CT) 3.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] DE Jerrick West 6-4 265 So Greely (Cumberland Center, ME) 1.5 of 2.5 [Contain] DE Ke'Aunte Barron 6-3 271 (Sr) Prouty (Spencer, MA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] DE Samir Perry 6-2 269 Fr Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey NJ) 1.0 of 2.0 [Blitz] Defensive Tackle DT Ahe Onesemo-Tuilaepa 6-1 305 Fr Archbishop McCarthy (FL) 2.0 of 3.0 [1-Gap] DT Amir Lutz 6-0 326 Fr Horseheads (Horseheads NY) 1.5 of 3.0 [2-Gap] DT Karl Cooper 6-7 256 Jr Hartford Public (Hartford, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [2-Gap] DT Brian Allen 6-1 272 So Masuk (Monroe, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [1-Gap] DT Milton Hart III 6-8 269 Sr Amity Regional (Woodbridge, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [2-Gap] DT Aaden Mayes 6-6 307 Fr Central (Little Rock AR) 1.0 of 2.5 [1-Gap] Right Defensive End DE Saul Haynes 6-2 255 Jr Fryeburg Academy (Fryeburg, ME) 2.0 of 2.0 [Contain] DE Brooks Richmond IV 6-3 258 Jr Tyngsborough (Tyngsborough, MA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Contain] DE Kyle Marin 6-3 266 Fr Druid Hills (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] Left Outside Linebacker OLB Willy Mayer 6-0 220 Jr Kaufer (Riviera TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] OLB Jerome Macdonald 6-2 210 Jr Bloomfield (Bloomfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] OLB Kobe Rogers 6-1 210 So Daniel Hand (Madison, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] Inside Linebackers ILB Ricky Peralta 6-1 226 Sr Atchison County Community (KS) 3.0 of 3.0 [Mike] ILB Nazir Grey 6-1 235 Fr Montville Township (Montville NJ) 2.0 of 2.5 [Will] ILB Skylar Gillespie 6-2 224 (Jr) Old Saybrook (Old Saybrook, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Mike] ILB Garrett Lopez 6-1 222 Sr Keyser (Keyser, WV) 1.5 of 1.5 [Mike] ILB Mark McKay 5-11 225 So Valley Regional (Deep River, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Will] ILB Michael Gibson 5-9 219 Jr Spaulding (Barre, VT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Will] Right Outside Linebacker OLB Samuel Black 5-11 213 Jr Jonathan Law (Milford, CT) 2.5 of 4.5 [Coverage] OLB Daniel Hawkins 6-1 235 Sr Holy Cross (Waterbury, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Coverage] Cornerback CB Ace Jackson 6-1 161 Sr Windsor (Windsor, CT) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] CB Jerraud Massey 6-1 169 So Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, RI) 2.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Dylan Lane 5-10 179 Sr Westhill (Stamford, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Brennan Glover 6-1 166 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Man Coverage] CB Anthony Jones 5-11 167 Jr Rockville (Vernon, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Zone Coverage] Free Safety FS Antonio Gonzalez 5-10 164 Jr Brunswick (Lawrenceville, VA) 2.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] FS Robert Finn 6-1 184 (Jr) Brien McMahon (Norwalk, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Brandon Hunter 5-11 180 (Sr) South Windsor (South Windsor, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] Strong Safety SS Jonas Newberry 6-1 198 (Sr) Somersworth (Somersworth NH) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] SS Darrell Butler 6-1 181 (Jr) Smyrna (Smyrna, DE) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] SS Zachary Dahl 5-10 172 So Hopewell (Hopewell, VA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Zone Coverage] Kicker K Will Brown 6-1 163 (So) Taft School (Watertown, CT) 2.5 of 3.5 [Accuracy] K Michael White 5-10 191 Sr Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Power] Punter P Sean Moore 6-2 163 So Bristol Central (Bristol, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Accuracy] Long Snapper C Michael Maddox 6-2 266 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] Kick Returner WR Derrick Bailey 6-1 173 Jr Seymour (Seymour, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] Punt Returner CB Jerraud Massey 6-1 169 So Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, RI) 2.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] Holder QB Kevin Hamilton 6-2 190 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] QB Jon Linton 6-6 213 Fr Apple Springs (Apple Springs TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] Inactive Redshirts QB Sean McCarthy 6-1 178 Jr Taft School (Watertown, CT) 2.0 of 3.0 [Pocket] QB Jesse Latham 6-4 216 Fr Suitland (District Heights MD) 1.5 of 3.0 [Scrambling] WR Dennis Hinkle 6-2 178 Fr Southeast Bulloch (Brooklet GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Speed] TE Adam DeLarosa 6-1 202 Fr Harrison (Harrison NJ) 1.0 of 2.5 [Receiving] DE Antowaine Barbour 6-4 237 Fr Eupora (Eupora MS) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] DE Frank Hannon 6-1 251 Fr Loganville (Loganville GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] DT Tarell Calloway 6-0 299 Fr St. Philip Catholic Central (MI) 1.0 of 3.0 [2-Gap] SS Golden Felder 6-0 189 Fr Milford (Milford DE) 1.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] K Logan Daugherty 6-3 181 Fr Gaither (Tampa FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Power] P Luther Redman 5-8 169 Fr Bath (Lima OH) 1.0 of 3.0 [Accuracy] Transfer Ineligible
  2. I'm down to join- anyone want to be a part of Chilltown 2?
  3. Camp Cope is one of my favorite bands currently active- they're an Australian punk group and they're definitely not for most people on this site. The group is very outspokenly feminist and that might play a part in why they aren't over 100k but they've certainly found their niche and I'm happy to be a part of that. Here's a song of theirs called "The Face of God" that addresses the prevalence of sexual assault in the music scene in Australia and their own experiences with it. (TW: sexual assault) Allie Crow Buckley has an impeccable voice and makes some very chill sad girl music- would highly recommend giving her a listen. Wouldn't be surpised if she blows up some point in the future. Andy Hull (from Manchester Orchestra and the equally underrated Bad Books who just get over 100k listens a month on Spotify) had a beautiful solo project called Right Away, Great Captain! that tells the story of a 17th-century sailor who catches his wife and his brother having an affair and takes to the sea to avoid confronting them. This song is the clear standout from the project and the most played song (and for good reason) Finally, "14 Til" by Anti-Lilly & Phoniks is probably one of the best chill rap songs I've ever heard and is an absolute earworm that deserves to be heard by more people.
  4. Leon Bridges - Forgive You
  5. NEW ORLEANS, LA— The New Orleans Saints have announced today a new hire in the scouting department and one that has led to claims of nepotism within the organization, as GM iliveinadreamatorium has hired his twin brother, Dean_Craig_Pelton to be a scout for the organization. The two brothers have never worked on the same staff before and this marks a new turning of the leaf for the brothers, as the brothers had purposely distanced themselves until recently. We asked GM iliveinadreamatorium for comment on the accusations of nepotism and he stated: “Is it really nepotism when there was only one applicant for the position? No one was turned down for this position, we just had a need for scouting and he wanted to fill the position. Also, he’s a former GM and Head Coach, it’s not like this position is way above his merits. This isn’t an Ivanka Trump situation- I mean, if anything he’s the Tiffany in this family.” The Saints Front Office has been active after the draft and has begun developing long-term plans for the organization and has already been leaning on Dean_Craig_Pelton for his expertise. The scout has already begun looking toward next year’s draft and looking into key players for the organization to build around currently on the team. Familial relationships in the NFL are certainly not a new thing, but it is uncharted territory for the brothers themselves. When asked what it was like to be in a supervisory role to his brother, GM iliveinadreamatorium stated: “It’s a nice change of pace- he’s older and taller than me so he always had the upper hand in those ways. But now, I’m the one who gets to tell him what to do.” And what job does GM Dream have in mind for his brother first- reviewing some footage, but not footage that you might think. “I keep telling him that Booksmart is a really good movie but he keeps refusing to watch it, so I’m going to make him go into the film room and review some tape. I think Beanie Feldstein might be a future star in the making for us.” The Saints organization is excited to announce their new hire and are eagerly anticipating the upcoming season. The front office is confident with the team that they have built and expects big things out of this team, especially their first round draft pick, Cece Condon. But only time will tell what the Saints have in store for this season.
  6. New Orleans Saints send: WR Robert Hatcher 6-3 199 R Alabama [Speed] [0] 78 OT Ned Gillis 6-6 330 R Minnesota [Pass Blocking] [0] 74 OG Logan Romano 6-6 257 R Washington [Run Blocking] [+1] 80 C Nicolas Hinojosa 6-3 271 R New Mexico [Pass Blocking] [0] 68 DE Cece Condon 6-1 263 R Ohio State [Contain] [-2] 82 DT Kuruk Snell 6-4 299 R Michigan State [2-Gap] [+2/C] 68 CB Jaylin Fulton 5-11 193 R Virginia [Man Coverage] [-2] [#] 72 ILB Shaun Gilliam 6-3 230 R Navy [Mike] [0/C] 69 LS Patrick Phillips 6-3 246 R Texas Tech [Traditional] [0] 75
  7. Offense Quarterback QB Logan Hayes 6-1 212 Jr Bridgeport Central (Bridgeport, CT) 2.5 of 2.5 [Hybrid] QB Blake James 6-2 174 So Westhill (Stamford, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Pocket] QB Kevin Hamilton 6-2 190 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] QB Jon Linton 6-6 213 Fr Apple Springs (Apple Springs TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] Running Back RB Emmanuel McPherson 5-8 204 (Jr) Ellington (Ellington, CT) 2.5 of 3.5 [Speed] RB John Brown 5-8 172 So L.S. Mills (Burlington, CT) 2.5 of 3.0 [Speed] RB Keenan Livingston 5-11 167 Jr Woodland Regional (Beacon Falls, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Speed] Fullback FB Ryan Kelly 6-1 205 So North Shore Tech (Middleton, MA) 2.0 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] FB Greg Jamison 6-1 203 (Sr) Parkside (Salisbury, MD) 2.0 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] FB Ahmed Palmer 5-11 234 Fr Saranac Lake (Saranac Lake NY) 1.5 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] FB Jordan Barnes 5-11 218 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] Wide Receiver WR Tyrone Dempsey 6-3 163 So Derby (Derby, CT) 3.0 of 3.5 [Target] WR Denver Barnett 6-3 174 (Jr) Coginchaug Regional (Durham, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Target] WR Derrick Bailey 6-1 173 Jr Seymour (Seymour, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Zech Daniels 6-6 194 (So) Sheehan (Sheehan, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Target] WR David Houser 6-5 175 So New London (New London, CT) 1.5 of 2.0 [Target] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Marquise McLeod 5-9 158 Fr McClellan Magnet (Little Rock AR) 1.0 of 2.0 [Speed] WR Kristian Downs 5-10 193 So Bloomfield (Bloomfield, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Speed] Tight End TE Gregg Clark 6-5 221 (So) Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Receiving] TE William Brooks 6-3 234 (Jr) Glen Mills (Concordville, PA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Blocking] TE Christopher Lee 6-1 225 So Killingly (Killingly, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Blocking] Left Tackle OT Samuel Browne 6-7 287 (So) Winnacunnet (Hampton, NH) 3.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OT Dexter Kelly 6-8 314 Sr Stratford (Stratford, CT) 1.5 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] OT Jonathan Sheridan 6-2 297 Jr E.C. Goodwin Tech (New Britain, CT) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Left Guard OG Cameron Cook 6-1 271 So Biddeford (Biddeford, ME) 2.5 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Parker Bower 6-7 315 Fr Sevier County (Sevierville TN) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Andrew Taylor 6-1 310 (Jr) Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Run Blocking] Center C Michael Maddox 6-2 266 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG Ilan McKinnon 6-4 328 Fr DePaul Catholic (Wayne NJ) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] Right Guard OG Ethan Nixon 6-3 287 Sr Hamden (Hamden, CT) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Ethan Reed 6-6 315 (Sr) Sussex Central (Georgetown, DE) 2.5 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] OG Zac Lane 6-1 284 (So) Ellington (Ellington, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] OG Ethan Shaw 6-5 272 So Wayne Central (Ontario Center, NY) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Right Tackle OT Doug Hughes 6-1 300 So Wolcott (Wolcott, CT) 2.0 of 2.5 [Run Blocking] OT Anthony Perez 6-5 289 Jr Shelton (Shelton, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Defense Left Defensive End DE William Flowers 6-5 263 Sr Ledyard (Ledyard, CT) 3.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] DE Jerrick West 6-4 265 So Greely (Cumberland Center, ME) 1.5 of 2.5 [Contain] DE Ke'Aunte Barron 6-3 271 (Sr) Prouty (Spencer, MA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] DE Samir Perry 6-2 269 Fr Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey NJ) 1.0 of 2.0 [Blitz] Defensive Tackle DT Ahe Onesemo-Tuilaepa 6-1 305 Fr Archbishop McCarthy (FL) 2.0 of 3.0 [1-Gap] DT Amir Lutz 6-0 326 Fr Horseheads (Horseheads NY) 1.5 of 3.0 [2-Gap] DT Karl Cooper 6-7 256 Jr Hartford Public (Hartford, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [2-Gap] DT Brian Allen 6-1 272 So Masuk (Monroe, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [1-Gap] DT Milton Hart III 6-8 269 Sr Amity Regional (Woodbridge, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [2-Gap] DT Aaden Mayes 6-6 307 Fr Central (Little Rock AR) 1.0 of 2.5 [1-Gap] Right Defensive End DE Saul Haynes 6-2 255 Jr Fryeburg Academy (Fryeburg, ME) 2.0 of 2.0 [Contain] DE Brooks Richmond IV 6-3 258 Jr Tyngsborough (Tyngsborough, MA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Contain] DE Kyle Marin 6-3 266 Fr Druid Hills (Atlanta GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] Left Outside Linebacker OLB Daniel Hawkins 6-1 235 Sr Holy Cross (Waterbury, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Coverage] OLB Jerome Macdonald 6-2 210 Jr Bloomfield (Bloomfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] Inside Linebackers ILB Ricky Peralta 6-1 226 Sr Atchison County Community (KS) 3.0 of 3.0 [Mike] ILB Nazir Grey 6-1 235 Fr Montville Township (Montville NJ) 2.0 of 2.5 [Will] ILB Skylar Gillespie 6-2 224 (Jr) Old Saybrook (Old Saybrook, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Mike] ILB Garrett Lopez 6-1 222 Sr Keyser (Keyser, WV) 1.5 of 1.5 [Mike] ILB Mark McKay 5-11 225 So Valley Regional (Deep River, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Will] ILB Michael Gibson 5-9 219 Jr Spaulding (Barre, VT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Will] Right Outside Linebacker OLB Samuel Black 5-11 213 Jr Jonathan Law (Milford, CT) 2.5 of 4.5 [Coverage] OLB Kobe Rogers 6-1 210 So Daniel Hand (Madison, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] Cornerback CB Ace Jackson 6-1 161 Sr Windsor (Windsor, CT) 3.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] CB Jerraud Massey 6-1 169 So Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, RI) 2.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Dylan Lane 5-10 179 Sr Westhill (Stamford, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Zone Coverage] CB Brennan Glover 6-1 166 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Man Coverage] CB Anthony Jones 5-11 167 Jr Rockville (Vernon, CT) 1.0 of 1.0 [Zone Coverage] Free Safety FS Antonio Gonzalez 5-10 164 Jr Brunswick (Lawrenceville, VA) 2.5 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] FS Robert Finn 6-1 184 (Jr) Brien McMahon (Norwalk, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Brandon Hunter 5-11 180 (Sr) South Windsor (South Windsor, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] Strong Safety SS Darrell Butler 6-1 181 (Jr) Smyrna (Smyrna, DE) 2.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] SS Zachary Dahl 5-10 172 So Hopewell (Hopewell, VA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Zone Coverage] Special Teams Kicker K Will Brown 6-1 163 (So) Taft School (Watertown, CT) 2.5 of 3.5 [Accuracy] K Michael White 5-10 191 Sr Plainfield (Plainfield, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Power] Punter P Sean Moore 6-2 163 So Bristol Central (Bristol, CT) 1.5 of 1.5 [Accuracy] Long Snapper C Michael Maddox 6-2 266 So Brookfield (Brookfield, CT) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] Kick Returner WR Derrick Bailey 6-1 173 Jr Seymour (Seymour, CT) 1.5 of 2.5 [Speed] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] Punt Returner CB Jerraud Massey 6-1 169 So Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, RI) 2.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] WR Jalen Triplett 6-1 196 Fr Thomas County Central ( GA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] Holder QB Kevin Hamilton 6-2 190 Sr Weston (Weston, CT) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] QB Jon Linton 6-6 213 Fr Apple Springs (Apple Springs TX) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] Inactives Redshirts QB Sean McCarthy 6-1 178 Jr Taft School (Watertown, CT) 2.0 of 3.0 [Pocket] QB Jesse Latham 6-4 216 Fr Suitland (District Heights MD) 1.5 of 3.0 [Scrambling] WR Dennis Hinkle 6-2 178 Fr Southeast Bulloch (Brooklet GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Speed] TE Adam DeLarosa 6-1 202 Fr Harrison (Harrison NJ) 1.0 of 2.5 [Receiving] DE Antowaine Barbour 6-4 237 Fr Eupora (Eupora MS) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] DE Frank Hannon 6-1 251 Fr Loganville (Loganville GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] DT Tarell Calloway 6-0 299 Fr St. Philip Catholic Central (MI) 1.0 of 3.0 [2-Gap] SS Golden Felder 6-0 189 Fr Milford (Milford DE) 1.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] K Logan Daugherty 6-3 181 Fr Gaither (Tampa FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Power] P Luther Redman 5-8 169 Fr Bath (Lima OH) 1.0 of 3.0 [Accuracy]
  8. Florence + the Machine - Hunger
  9. 2024 Saints Roster Active Roster (65/90) Practice Squad (0/10) Injured Reserve (0)
  10. Owner/HC: lucas General Manager: iliveinadreamatorium
  11. #5 DE Cece Condon 6-1 263 R Ohio State [Contain] 82 4 years // 29.0 million // 83.62% Guaranteed G//7.25//7.0//6.25//3.75//Total:24.25 $//0.0//0.25//1.0//3.5//Total:4.75 Total//7.25//7.25//7.25//7.25//Total:29.0
  12. CFBHC Career: USC Trojans (2013-2020), Yale (2024-Present) NFLHC Career: Owner of Minnesota Vikings (2014-2015), Head Coach of New York Giants (2016-2019) Achievements: 1x Super Bowl Champion (2014), 2x PAC-12 Champion Base starting skills Offense: 16 Defense: 16 Special Teams: 11 Clock Mgmt: 11 Discipline: 10 Youth Mgmt: 12 Breakdown: (Off/Def/ST/Clock/Disc./Youth) 2013 Adjustments: -1/+1/+1/-1/+1/+1 Traits after 2013: 9/11/11/9/11/11 2014 Adjustments: +2/+1/-1/0/-1/+1 Traits after 2014: 11/12/10/9/10/12 2015 Adjustments: +2/0/+1/+1/0/-2 Traits after 2015: 13/12/11/10/10/10 2016 Adjustments: +1/+2/+0/+1/-1/-1 Traits after 2016: 14/14/11/11/9/9 2017 Adjustements: +1/+1/0/-1/-1/+2 Traits after 2017: 15/15/11/10/8/11 2018 Adjustments: +1/+1/+1/+1/-1/-1 Traits after 2018: 16/16/12/11/7/10 2019 Adjustments: +1/+1/-1/-1/+2/0 Traits after 2019: 17/17/11/10/9/10 2020 Adjustments: -1/-1/0/+1/+1/+2 Traits after 2020: 16/16/11/11/10/12 New Feats: Own the Youth, Gain the Future Flexible Resistance
  13. Islands of Isolation by John Maslowski "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door." Our tired, poor masses were huddled up during a spring practice in 2014. It was my first practice as the starting punter for the USC Trojans. I heard Coach call over to me. “Maslowski. Is that Polish?” My family came over to the United States before the start of WWII. We were lucky. I grew up in a small town in Alaska by the name of Seward. Back in 1939, there was a proposal to accept Jewish immigrants fleeing from Nazi Germany into America, allowing for Alaskan development. Only three cities endorsed the proposal: Skagway, Petersburg, and Seward. What they don’t teach you in your history classes is that the United States refused to grant temporary refuge to the Jewish people fleeing from the Holocaust. We were too busy fighting a war to take the time to realize the cost of our actions. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, commonly considered the greatest president in American history, limited the amount of refugees that can come into America to 10,000 people over a 5 year period. He also limited the amount of Jewish immigrants allowed to 10% of that total. 8 years after FDR died of polio, a vaccine for polio was introduced by Jonas Salk, a Jewish virologist, the son of Polish immigrants. --- One of the greatest days on my life was on Draft Day in 2016. I was selected in the 5th round of NFL Draft by the New York Jets. Growing up, I had always had a particular fascination with the New York Jets. Something about them drew me towards them. New York, in general, was of special interest to me. It seemed that every single prominent Jewish celebrity lived in New York. Woody Allen. Jerry Seinfeld. David Schwimmer (there are better examples, but my parents were really into NBC’s Thursday night lineup). Anyway, I had always been enamored with the Big Apple, so whenever I got the call from the New York Jets, I was elated. But it wasn’t the only reason I was so excited. My Jewish faith is a fairly large part of who I am as a person, so I wanted to ensure that I’d be in an environment in which I could practice my faith without being an outlier. So it was very reassuring when on the other line of the phone, came the voice of the GM of the New York Jets, Jumbo, the lone Jewish GM in the NFL, at the time. An outlier, but an outlier no more. The first words he said to me would set the tone for how I’d feel for the rest of my time on the team. “Welcome.” I’m sure he said that to every single draftee he spoke with, but that still doesn’t change the fact that in New York, I found a second home. --- As part of being a member of the NFLPA and at the recommendation of our agents, players are asked to do a lot of charity work. Even the punters. Serving the community is an important part of being a football player or, really, just being a good person. Many players do work for programs such as local Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which is a tremendous program, but didn’t strike a big interest in me. I’ve done work with multiple children’s hospitals and mentoring programs, but I’ve never really been great with children. I remember one interaction very clearly. I was asked to come into the Blythedale Children’s Hospital to speak to some children. On my way into the hospital, I saw a mother attempting to speak to an attendant, trying to get her child admitted. But there was a problem. She didn’t have any proper documentation for her child, as they came to America seeking asylum after a terrorist cell took over their city. She spoke in broken English, but what she was trying to indicate was very easily understood. She, and her child, were in pain and needed help. I never got to see what happened to her and her child, as I was only able to listen for a brief moment, but I pray every night that they are healthy and safe. On that day, I found my true calling. --- For some reason, it seems like my coaches always have weird nicknames. Dream. Gravy. Not things you typically call a person. My high school coach was named Bill. But all 3 men have had a very important impact on my life. They helped shaped me into an unlikely leader. Coach Gravy once said about me, “Maslowski could convince a room full of CEOs to pull off a bank heist if you gave him two minutes and a megaphone”. A few weeks ago, I went to the New York State Assembly to speak with a congresswoman about changing the restrictions against immigrants seeking asylum in America. I went without a megaphone. The talks led to nothing. --- When my grandparents came to America, they were welcomed with open arms, but not with an open mind. They lived in New York for a matter of months before eventually moving away. Sometimes, people would refer to New York as a melting pot. My grandparents would always tell me that people who called it that had never been to New York. “It’s just a pot. They didn’t mix anything together. Everything is purposefully separated. Kept apart. One block is full of Jewish people. Another block is full of black people. Another block is full of Puerto Ricans. It’s not a melting pot, it’s one of those paper plates with compartments that are designed to keep things separate.” When my grandparent’s first told me that, I misunderstood the point. When they told me that story, I was spellbound by the fact that there was a full block full of Jewish people. In Seward, you can’t even really classify things in blocks. It didn’t even occur to me to think about what having a block full of Jewish people meant besides there were a lot more people like me. About 20 years later, I live on that block. I live on the block and I realize what it means to be welcomed here. To be welcomed here, on this block, you have to be like me. To be welcomed here, on this block, you have to be able to afford rent that costs thousands upon thousands of dollars a month. To be welcomed here, on this block, you have to be able to feel welcome in a community where everyone is white. When I came to New York, I felt welcomed here for my identity. I felt affirmed. But as I’ve continued in my career here, I have stopped feeling welcome. To feel welcome is to feel okay with the status quo. And I am not okay with the status quo. -- “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” I feel more energy than I have ever felt before. I have more money than I ever could have imagined when I was growing up in Seward, Alaska. Money often acts as a way to hide us from reality. When you have money, it’s easy to become out of touch with reality. You start worrying more about investments and forget what it was like to struggle to have a meal. Many people let themselves forget what that was like. Most people forget to live by this quote. They forget that they need to lift their lamp. When my grandparents came here, they had to fight for their life. They had to miss meals. They faced threats from people who said they did not belong. And they had to fight to get the support that they needed. They shouldn’t have needed to fight. People shouldn’t have to fight to feel welcome. People need to lift their lamp and let the tired huddled masses in. -- In 2020, Ellis Island is just a tourist attraction. A relic. The Statue of Liberty isn’t welcoming tired, huddled masses to live in America, it’s simply welcoming tired, huddled masses of disappointed tourists. When people attempt to seek asylum in America, they aren’t meant by this beacon of liberty. They are met with a line of red tape. In July 2018, there were over 733,000 pending immigration cases and the average wait time for an immigration hearing was over 721 days. People can be held in detention until their case is heard. 22 people have died in detention between 2013 to 2018 and in reviewing these deaths, malfunctioning technology and lack of documentation in these centers were found to contribute to these deaths. Two children died in detention after the Customs and Border Patrol ignored a CDC recommendation to administer flu shots to people in custody. Their parents yearned for them to be free. They yearned for liberty, but were given death. -- Things are not black and white. I know this is more complex than I am making it seem. I know there are good reasons for some bureaucracy. I know people can cause harm without these processes. But these processes also cause harm. And we can change these processes for the better. -- For the last seven years, I have been the punter for the New York Jets. I have been proud to stand on that field and serve my team. I’ve been proud of who I am on the field. I am proud to be one of the most prominent Jewish players in the league. But I’m even more proud of what I have done off the field. I am proud to have fought for what my grandparents fought for. I live in New York City. A city of immigrants. And I fight for those immigrants to be free. -- Football is seen as a game of inches and punting is one of the largest places in which that comes in. It’s all about field position. It’s not as glamorous as throwing a sixty-yard bomb, but it makes an important difference. It can move things forward. Politics is often a game of small movements forward. It can be a game of inches. Whenever I met with the congresswoman years ago, we developed a working relationship to fight to change the immigration process in New York. It takes years to accomplish something in politics. But you can still accomplish something. Today, a bill will be going to the floor of the New York legislature that will seek to increase the amount of asylum seekers from Syria that state of New York will accept. The bill also seeks to set stricter provisions on protecting those in detention centers and ensuring they are receiving the proper care they need, while loosening provisions to keep people out of these centers for long durations of time. And I helped write that bill. You might disagree with me. And you have a right to and I don’t want you to have that right taken away from you. Because that’s what this country is about. It’s about individual liberty and freedom and justice for all. And to me, this is what it means to achieve that. This is what it means to lift the lamp by the golden door. These people are yearning to be free. And it’s time we help them. And what I'm doing is just a small step. There's no guarantee that this gets passed and it would only make a difference at a state level. But while politics might seem like a game of inches in the legislature, it makes a much bigger difference in the lives of our citizens. John Maslowski New York Jets
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