Former University of Tulsa and NFL wide receiver, Brennan Marrion, along with a scout who over the last Twenty years has worked in the CFL, Arena Football League, Arena Football 2, and Europe, Dr. Clayton Banner, have put together The Players 1st & US Canada Free Agents professional football combine for prospective pro football
While the National Basketball Association is embroiled in a lockout that may be cause to terminate the entire 2011/12 NBA season, the NBA Developmental League (D-League) is pressing on. Yesterday, I received an email from Baskersfield Jam head coach Will Voigt announcing three upcoming open tryouts to be held in the
NFL players, and those drafted by NFL teams who have not yet signed professional contracts, have been locked out by the league since March 3, 2011. Not only have these players not had the ability to speak to team management, they also have had absolutely no access to their teams'
First, I want to apologize for the delay in blogs and topics. We had a great NBA Pre-Draft Class here at IMG Academies. Doubling business is good, but I guess I forgot about the double work part. The initial set of blogs brought both praise and backlash from varying fields. “Trainer”
The following is a guest contribution from Dan Barto. Barto is the lead NBA trainer at IMG Academies in Bradenton, FL. He has worked with over 120 NBA players using his “Hybrid Training System” as well as coaching over 80 Division I basketball players. The son of a 30 year
Bloomberg L.P., the mega-financial services firm owned by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, expanded its reach into the sports arena forming Bloomberg Sports a little more than a year ago. This venture utilizes their experience in financial data to provide statistical analysis. Bloomberg’s “Pro” level services are marketed to
The NFL has announced all 329 combine invites on its Combine Official Invite List. Ignore the fact that the title of the webpage says it is the 2009 list - it is actually this year's list of Combine invites. The Combine will certainly be wide-receiver heavy, with a total of
Yesterday, I talked to Patrick Fisher, Executive Director of SportsMeasures TestPrep. Fisher is busy promoting his service now that the college football season is over and NFL draft-eligible players might be in the market for what he has to offer. Our discussion was as follows. Darren Heitner: In five sentences or