Auburn fullback Jay Prosch may not of been invited to the NFL Combine, but that’s not going to keep him from making a statement at the Tigers’ Pro Day.
Prosch, a Mobile-native, is one of fifteen players set to workout for NFL Scouts Tuesday.
He had a respectable week at the Senior Bowl, but continues to be viewed as the top player at his position.
The fullback role seems to be a decreasing one in today’s football world, especially at the Pro level, but Prosch has demonstrated immense versatility on multiple occasions.
Prosch will look to demonstrate his ability to play fullback, H-Back, and a potential goal line back.
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It’s been a transition year for the Jags basketball team, but a (3-13) conference record makes it harder to muster.
After their recent 102-74 loss to Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama has officially been eliminated from the Sun Belt Conference tournament. Click here for the full story.
Many may mark Matthew Graves’ first season as a failure, but his success should not be judged until two years from now.
Any coach, in any sport, needs at least three seasons to incorporate his type of system and recruit his type of players.
Jags fans can only hope that this is just a bump in the road, to building something special.
There’s not a lot to look forward to as an Alabama basketball fan this season, but a victory in the state’s biggest rivalry still means something.
Alabama defeated Auburn 73-57, in their second meeting of the season, led by strong performances from Trevor Releford and Levi Randolph.
At this point in the season, the Tide can only hope to build for the next year.
The question is whether or not Anthony Grant will be there.
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