Tag "Quincy Roche"

2022 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Boye Mafe

Of the 116 players listed on Senior Bowl rosters, only one can be the game MVP. This year, this player was Minnesota’s Boye Mafe. The big question now stands, was the Senior Bowl a fluke for this former three-star prospect, or does Mafe have what it takes to be a high draft pick in April?

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Buffalo Bills Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

The Buffalo Bills hold the 30th pick in the upcoming draft following winning the AFC East and losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. They made some interesting moves in free agency, including signing former Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to backup Josh Allen, running back Matt Breida, and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. There are a number of different directions that they can go at the end of the month. 

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Baltimore Ravens Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Heading into the offseason, the Baltimore Ravens have several free agents that need new contracts. Furthermore, the Ravens need to work on extensions for Lamar Jackson and Mark Andrews. With a Super Bowl contending roster, let’s take a look at how the Ravens could attack the 2021 NFL Draft in this seven-round mock draft.

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Miami Dolphins Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

The Miami Dolphins almost made the playoffs in 2020 with a 10-6 record. They look to build upon that success for the 2021 season and are one of the teams that hold the keys to the 2021 draft.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Quincy Roche

After playing at Temple from 2017 to 2019, Quincy Roche transferred to Miami. He wanted to show that he could compete against the best that there was, and he did just that during the 2020 season for the Hurricanes. Roche played opposite of Jaelan Phillips, with Gregory Rousseau opting out of the season. The trio of Miami pass-rushers will be an interesting story to watch heading into the draft and the order that they are selected.

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2021 Reese’s Senior Bowl Preview: American Team

The Reese’s Senior Bowl is the first step of the year in terms of the NFL Draft. In this Covid-plagued season especially, the Senior Bowl is a pivotal step for the prospects who will have the opportunity to play in the game. With the recent news of the combine all but canceled and the East-West Shrine game canceled, the Senior Bowl is the only all-star game this year. 

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