Tags Archives: Devy Watch

2018 Devy Watch Weekly: Week 1 September 6, 2018

Clay’s Games Alabama vs Louisville Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama 12/16, 227 Yards, 2 TDs, 5 Carries, 26 Yards, 1 TD Tua garnered the first start of his collegiate career and looked incredibly impressive in the process. Tagovailoa was extremely efficient, ...

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2018 Devy Watch Weekly Primer August 31, 2018

Last season, each member of the Devy Watch crew selected a handful of exciting Devy players to watch throughout the 2017 season and released weekly updates on these players’ performances throughout the Devy Watch Weekly article series. If you’re curio...

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Devy Watch: Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson August 4, 2018

Profile:  Hunter Renfrow, WR 5’10” 180lbs Senior College: Clemson Hometown: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina High School: Socastee High School, South Carolina Date of Birth: December 21, 1995 The illumination that shined over Raymond James Stadium in ...

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Future Stars: Coleton Beck, RB, Virginia Tech June 14, 2018

In this article, I am going to be looking at Coleton Beck, RB out of Blacksburg, Virginia. He has just been signed as a three-star recruit by Virginia Tech and could have a big future in college football. Now, Virginia Tech isn’t exactly a storied franc...

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Devy Watch: RB Mulbah Car, Houston June 7, 2018

“Only 5 when he left Liberia, Car only remembers what his mother, Oretha, told him. How he ran away from his father, who had custody and lived on the streets for a month before being reunited with his mother. How he, his mother and younger sister, Bles...

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Devy Watch Podcast Episode 46: Rookie’s Rising May 31, 2018

EP46. Welcome to The Devy Watch Podcast (@DevyWatch) hosted by Lawrence Chaney (@pacificscouting), and Jason DiRienzo (@allpurposeyrd8g). A part of the Dynasty Football Network on dynastyfootballfactory.com  Each year a number of rookies rise throughou...

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Top names to watch in the 2019 NFL Draft: RB May 24, 2018

It’s that time of year again, where everybody resets after the Draft is over and begins work for the next year. I’ve spent some time watching the running backs for next year’s draft and while I do not think there are any guys who come into the Saquo...

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Devy Watch Podcast EP. 43: 2019 NFL Mock Draft May 10, 2018

EP43. Welcome to The Devy Watch Podcast (@DevyWatch) hosted by Lawrence Chaney (@pacificscouting), Jason DiRienzo (@allpurposeyrd8g), and Cody Garrett (@_codygarrett). A part of the Dynasty Football Network on dynastyfootballfactory.com  Lawrence and J...

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Devy Watch Podcast Episode 42: Rookie Value Shifts May 3, 2018

EP42. Welcome to The Devy Watch Podcast (@DevyWatch) hosted by Lawrence Chaney (@pacificscouting), Jason DiRienzo (@allpurposeyrd8g), and Cody Garrett (@_codygarrett). A part of the Dynasty Football Network on dynastyfootballfactory.com Lawrence and Jas...

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SEC Spring ‘18: LSU April 21, 2018

Quarterback Few positions have been as disappointing as the LSU QBs over the past decade. History tells me to skip this section altogether and get right to the RBs and the defense. Instead of using a bunch of my own words, I’m going to borrow from Billy...

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SEC Spring ‘18: Georgia Bulldogs April 19, 2018

Quarterback Georgia has a pretty good problem on their hands at QB. Which future NFL QB should they start? Similar to  or  debate, this will undoubtedly create some spirited conversations at the barbershop. Jake Fromm took over for an injured Jacob Eas...

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SEC Spring ‘18: Mississippi State April 18, 2018

Joe Moorhead was hired to build on the sturdy foundation that Dan Mullen assembled in Starkville. The offense will look quite different, but many of the current players on the roster should be good fits for the new scheme. Nick Fitzgerald suffered a grues...

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SEC Spring ’18: Tennessee Volunteers April 17, 2018

  There has been an overhaul of Tennessee football. It seems like ages ago that they were the brunt of every joke for their embarrassing coaching hire process. Overall, I like the hires that they made, but I don’t think they will pay many dividends in ...

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ACC Spring ’18: Notre Dame April 16, 2018

Quarterbacks Yeah, yeah, they aren’t technically in the ACC, but for all intents and purposes, they are. Starting these previews at the QB spot is perfect as we get into the oft-maligned position from last season. I had very high hopes for Brandon Wimbu...

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ACC Spring ’18: University of North Carolina Tar Heels April 16, 2018

  Quarterback UNC elected not to go with a traditional spring scrimmage this season. The reasoning behind this choice was the thought that they would get twice as many reps for their young team by going with an alternative strategy. Starting at the top, ...

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2019 Devy Profile: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss April 15, 2018

Intro: After a promising true freshman season (29 receptions, 429 yards 14.2 YPC and 2 TDs), A.J. Brown had a breakout campaign in 2017 for the Ole Miss Rebels. His 75 receptions were 33 more than his next closest teammate. His 1,252 yards were nearly twi...

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2018 Devy Watch QB Preview April 2, 2018

After months of hard work, the 2018 edition of Devy Watch is live! If you pre-ordered, it’s time to check your email. If you missed out on the pre-order, it’s not too late to grab a copy. Our team watched 600 college football players and incoming fres...

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2018 Devy Watch RB Preview April 1, 2018

After months of hard work, the 2018 edition of Devy Watch is live! If you pre-ordered, it’s time to check your email. If you missed out on the pre-order, it’s not too late to grab a copy. Our team watched 600 college football players and incoming fres...

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Devy Watch: South Carolina Spring Scrimmage April 1, 2018

The University of South Carolina completed their annual Spring Scrimmage on Saturday, March 31st. The event was televised on the SEC Network and coverage lasted for nearly two hours. I will identify some things that I observed from their spring camp and a...

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