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  • Birthday 05/07/1989

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  1. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of CFBHC's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars. Episode #14 - KR Art Vogt 5-8 180 R Louisville [Specialized] [-2] 76 SPEED, SPEED, SPEED Vogt has elite speed and put it to good use for the Cardinals. Whoever lands him will get a home run waiting to happen. BALANCE Despite a short, high kick in an attempt to shut down Vogt, he stays on his feet for a 30 yard return. His balance is an underrated aspect of his game. MAJOR LEAGUE ACCELERATION Vogt goes from 0-60 in a heartbeat, as seen above. Before you know it, he's slipped past the first line of defenders and returns the kick near the 40 yard line. ELUSIVE Here, the up-men allow a squib kick past them and he turns a dangerous situation into a huge return. ONE-TRICK PONY The main knock on Vogt is his lack of versatility. Here, he lines up as a running back on a designed screen and is totally clueless. He needs to do what he's best at - returning kicks. - Vogt enters the 2022 NFLHC Draft as the consensus top-rated kick returner. Whichever team takes a flier on him will be getting a speedy playmaker who can impact the game in an instant. @Broletariat
  2. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of the nation's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars. Episode #13 - DT Julius Mercer 6-2 301 R Washington [1-Gap] [-2] 81 2022 stats: 11 tackles, 3.0 sacks, 5 TFL 2021 stats: 18 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 3 TFL, FR 2020 stats: 32 tackles, 4.0 sacks STRENGTH At 6'2" 301 lbs, Mercer is always difficult to deal with. Here, he uses his unreal strength to simply beat the right guard for a sack in the first clip and the left guard in the second. DOMINATES DOUBLE-TEAMS Mercer is often double-teamed, but his initial punch, quickness, and overall size make him difficult to stop. Here, he splits the double team of the left guard and left tackle before sacking the QB. QUICKNESS For being north of 300 lbs, Mercer's first step is fantastic. Here, he eludes an attempted cut block, stays on his feet, and tracks down the back for a TFL. FIGHTS OFF BLOCKERS One of Mercer's best attributes is his ability to shed offensive linemen and make plays. In the first clip, he drives the right guard into the backfield before making the tackle. In the second clip, he maintains his position while being blocked by the left guard and makes a one-armed tackle for loss. CAN LOSE FOCUS Despite all of his physical abilities, Mercer has a tendency to lose focus from time to time. Here, he jumps offside on a crucial third down. - All in all, Mercer has everything NFLHC teams are looking for in a big-bodied defensive tackle. He should put up some gaudy strength numbers at the Combine en route to becoming a first round selection. @Jieret
  3. The first ever Saints game. I thought @neovenator250 was going to stroke out on the live stream. Walt Peck caught a TD against us at the buzzer. Not a happy memory, but I don't think I'll ever forget it! EDIT: not sure if we were talking college or pro, but if it's college, then definitely this: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/5000-2015-conference-championship-games/ 2015 SEC Championship. Georgia lost the 2014 SECCG by a field goal to eventual national champs Alabama but got another shot against Texas A&M the following year. Overtime thriller that sent us to the playoffs before losing to Penn State in the national semifinals.
  4. I went to Google Maps -> Your Places -> Maps -> Create Map and used their high schools for the pins and took a screen grab. Post yours below!
  5. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of CFBHC's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars. Episode #12 - P Devin McGinnis 5-7 200 R Minnesota [Power] [0/C] 81 2022 stats: 42.33 yards per punt 2021 stats: 41.40 yards per punt CANNON FOR A LEG McGinnis has one of the strongest legs in the country and consistently put it to good use at Minnesota. In the first clip, he unleashes a 64 yarder to flip the field. In the second clip, he handles a high snap and boots a 55 yarder with a minimal return. PINS TEAMS DEEP McGinnis also has the ability to pin the opposition deep in their own territory Here, he hangs up a 54 yarder with a soft bounce, allowing his team to down it inside the one. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION McGinnis isn't just a big leg - here, his punt travels 49 yards in the air and he angles the kick from the left hash to nearly the right sideline. He makes it easy on his coverage team. LIMITS RETURN YARDS McGinnis was a master of limiting opposing teams' punt return yardage with hang-time and angles. In the above clip, he punts a tidy 47 yarder with a 47 yard net. CAN OUTKICK HIS COVERAGE Despite all his good attributes, McGinnis sometimes lets his big leg get the best of him. He has a tendency to outkick his coverage, as seen in this clip. - McGinnis is tied for the highest rating for a punter in this draft class and could very well be the first one taken. Whoever lands McGinnis will certainly be pleased by his overall skill and incredibly strong leg. @lucas95
  6. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of the nation's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars. Episode #11 - CB DeSean Barkley 5-10 162 R Colorado [Man Coverage] [-2] 82 2022 stats: 18 tackles, 10 INT, 9 PD 2021 stats: 12 tackles, 7 INT, 4 PD 2020 stats: 23 tackles, 4 INT CLOSING SPEED With 17 INT and 13 PD the last two seasons, Barkley has proven to have some of the best ball skills and closing speed in the country. In these two clips, he immediately breaks on the routes and makes a big stop for his defense. BALL HAWK Abandon hope all ye who pass near DeSean Barkley. COVERS LIKE A BLANKET Barkley always forces opposing quarterbacks to throw into tight windows. Here, he not only does he covers his man, but also breaks on the ball for the INT. ATHLETICISM Here, Barkley doesn't just make the interception. He takes the pick back more than thirty yards to set up his offense in prime position. ELITE PLAYMAKER Whether it's making acrobatic catches or simply eliminating half of the field, Barkley is a playmaker of the highest order. Here, he climbs the ladder for an unbelievable pick. SIZE CONCERNS At just 5'10" 162 lbs, Barkley lacks the size that many coaches and GMs covet. There are certainly concerns about his ability to hold up against bigger bodies. LACKING IN RUN DEFENSE Barkley's overall ability against the run is one of his few weaknesses. This play was not fun for him during film review. - DeSean Barkley's draft stock has skyrocketed this year on the heels of an All-American caliber season for the Buffaloes. He will be one of the first defensive players drafted and will make an instant impact at the next level. @paperllamasunited
  7. What a year for @mahrowkeen and the Roadrunners!
  8. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of the nation's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars.  Episode #10 - RB Gabe Ciamo 6-0 174 R Toledo [Speed] [-2] 81 2022 stats: 277 carries, 1,740 yards, 21 TD, 6.28 ypc 2021 stats: 263 carries, 1,522 yards, 21 TD, 5.78 ypc 2020 stats: 270 carries, 1,371 yards, 17 TD, 5.08 ypc HOME RUN SPEED Ciamo has elite speed and isn't afraid to use it. BALANCE Both of these clips show off Ciamo's fantastic balance. In the first clip, he breaks a tackle, spins, regains his momentum and gets Toledo out from the shadow of their own goal post. In the second clip, he shakes two arm tackles and a diving defender while maintaining his balance. TOUCHDOWN MACHINE With an astounding 59 TDs the last three seasons, Ciamo has a nose for the endzone. PATIENCE Ciamo is a patient runner who waits for his blocks to set up before heading downfield. Here, his slight hesitation at the 26 yard line allows his blockers to spring him for a big gain. FORWARD LEAN Seemingly always falling forward, Ciamo has great forward lean in his running style. Here, he's "tackled" at the 41 yard line, but manages to lean for another five yards. STRUGGLES AS A RECEIVER With only three receptions in the last three seasons, Ciamo isn't known for his receiving prowess. He'll need a strong showing at the Combine and Pro Day to be one of the first RBs taken. NOT A BULLDOZER Tipping the scales at only 174 lbs, Ciamo is among the smallest offensive players in the Draft. He's not one to run people over or consistently break tackles. - Ciamo is among the most productive RBs in recent memory and has improved every season at Toledo. He's ranked as one of the top backs in this draft and his stock will only continue to rise with a strong Combine. @deathcpo
  9. Congrats to Davion Mayo for being nominated! Hell of a freshman season.
  10. #4 USC Trojans vs. #5 Alabama Crimson Tide Location: Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida 64,767 capacity BATTLES Coaches @Jumbo @CadeRich5 Passing QB Marc Lockwood 6-4 195 (Sr) Sonoma Valley (Sonoma, CA) 4.0 of 4.0 [Scrambling] - 2,891 yards, 26 TD, 3 INT QB Linus Petty 6-1 198 Sr Hinds Community College (Raymond, MS) 4.0 of 4.0 [Scrambling] - 2,644 yards, 15 TD, 3 INT Rushing RB Charles Bowser 5-7 216 (So) Vernon Kilpatrick (Malibu CA) 4.0 of 4.5 [Power] - 1,162 yards, 14 TD RB Abdoul Pearson 6-1 228 (Sr) Hazlewood (Town Creek, AL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] - 1,170 yards, 18 TD Receiving WR Samuel Gulla 6-3 189 Sr Harper (Harper, OR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Target] - 1,029 yards, 9 TD WR A.J. Edwards 6-4 217 Sr Prattville (Prattville, AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Speed] - 838 yards, 4 TD Tackles ILB Nate Garrett 6-2 251 So Vernon Kilpatrick (Malibu CA) 4.0 of 4.5 [Mike] - 46 tackles ILB Calvin Tucker 6-4 236 (Sr) Wallace Community College Selma (Selma, AL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Mike] - 40 tackles Sacks DT Oluwatoke Abiodun 6-5 289 Sr (Abuja Nigeria) 4.5 of 4.5 [1-Gap] - 8.5 sacks DE Deontre Graham 6-7 244 (Sr) Louisburg College (Louisburg, NC) 5.0 of 5.0 [Contain] - 11.5 sacks INT CB Maximillian Wilcox 5-11 164 Fr Long Beach Polytechnic ( CA) 2.0 of 5.0 [Man Coverage] - 5 INT FS Samir Driver 5-11 198 (Sr) Lake Gibson (Lakeland, FL) 5.0 of 5.0 [Man Coverage] - 3 INT Kicking K Dillon Burkhart 6-2 175 (Sr) Lake Stevens (Lake Stevens, WA) 4.0 of 4.0 [Accuracy] - 17/18 FG, 47/47 PAT K Jason Damico 5-7 193 (Sr) Chattahoochee (Chattahoochee, FL) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] - 24/28 FG, 40/40 PAT PREDICTION USC 24 ALABAMA 20 MVP: Samuel Gulla, WR, USC
  11. Welcome to the Kafka's 5* Film Breakdown! Each episode will analyze one of CFBHC's elite, soon-to-be drafted stars. Episode #9 - SS Noel Barfield 5-10 177 R Kansas [Zone Coverage] [+1] 80 2022 stats: 17 tackles, 3 INT, PD, FF 2021 stats: 7 tackles, INT, 2 PD 2020 stats: 7 tackles, INT 0.5 sacks ZONE SKILLS Barfield excels in zone coverage and made big play after big play for the Jayhawks. Here, roams the defensive backfield and comes up with an interception. ATHLETICISM Just watch the clip. BALL SKILLS Here, Barfield flexes out wide and shows off his closing speed and ball skills. GOOD TACKLER In the first clip, Barfield shows patience before a tidy tackle for loss. In the second, he flies out of nowhere to prevent an even bigger gain. HIT STICK Despite being only 5'10" 177 lbs, Barfield can lay the lumber in the open field. CAN STRUGGLE IN MAN COVERAGE Barfield's game is tailored to an off-the-line-of-scrimmage zone scheme, as shown in this play. He was matched up man-to-man coverage and was easily beaten for the TD. SIZE Barfield's size is one of his biggest (perceived) weaknesses as he prepares for the NFLHC Combine. Standing 5'10" and weighing only 177 lbs, he ranks as one of the smallest defensive players in the Draft. - Overall, Barfield is an elite prospect and will be among the first safeties taken in the NFLHC Draft. If he wows with his testing numbers at the Combine, he won't last long in the Green Room. @stormstopper
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