Video: Circle Drill From Ohio State's Student Appreciation Day

By 11W Staff on April 5, 2014 at 1:50p

Courtesy of the good people at Buckeye Sports Bulletin, here's four minutes of action from the "circle drill" at Ohio State's student appreciation day at the WHAC Saturday.

The combatants (winners bolded):

  • DB Tyvis Powell (#23) vs. WR Michael Thomas (#3)
  • LB Curtis Grant (#14) vs. RB Ezekiel Elliott (#15)
  • S Chris Worley (#35) vs. WR Jeff Greene (#89)
  • DT Donovan Munger (#52) vs. OL Marcelys Jones (#64) – Tie
  • DB Cam Burrows (#16) vs. WR Corey Smith (#84)
  • LB Trey Johnson (#36) vs. RB Bri'onte Dunn (#25) – Tie

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BroJim's picture

Damn, I love Ohio State Football!

I season my simple food with hunger

+10 HS
PittBuckeye's picture

And Kerry Coombs. Mostly at this point in the year, Kerry Coombs.

+1 HS
jdagrava.1's picture

Yessir!  And check out EZE!  Is there anything this kid can't do?

"It takes a little something special to be a great player.  What you got in you, we're going to find out.  And if there's a touch of greatness in there, how cool would that be?"

-Urban F. Meyer

buckeyepastor's picture

Wish they did this at midfield about a half hour before every home game, just before the final prep in locker room

"Woody would have wanted it that way" 

+7 HS
cinserious's picture

Now that's not a bad idea Buckeyepastor! Just give it a couple more years to build up depth behind the starters.

One day I will valiantly become a political prisoner of 11W jail.

wilkins0802's picture

I wish we coulda see McMillan go, he looks like a monster

Truth & Courage, 1-17IN, 5/2 SBCT


+4 HS
dan_isaacs's picture
-10 HS
IGotAWoody's picture

Our sympathies. With that Detroit logo as your avatar, I imagine most of your life is Meh.

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.” ~Carl Rogers

+13 HS
dan_isaacs's picture

Heh.  I was in the stadium for the first time:

This just didn't seem to have as much juice.  Maybe it was the crowd, I dunno.  Maybe it's because I've seen it before.  Maybe it was our MLB getting beat by a RB.

In any event, just my reaction, no more or less valid than yours.


Dan Isaacs

-6 HS
lsjSnail's picture

You commented "Meh" on a circle drill video that has more athleticism and talent than the entirety of UM's spring practice that aired.

Gardner went 2 for 10 wearing a no contact jersey.........................

+2 HS
Buckeyevstheworld's picture

 Maybe it was our MLB getting beat by a RB.

You make it seem like it was against Dontre. lol

"YOLO" = I'm about to do something extremely ignorant/stupid & I need an excuse to do it.

IGotAWoody's picture

I can't imagine being at that event and having my takeaway be 'Meh'. But then again, I also can't relate to having the misfortune of being from that state up north.

And maybe you don't care to share, but you're from Detroit, but you went to OSU? Or are you from Ohio, but just root for the Tigers? Just curious....

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.” ~Carl Rogers

lsjSnail's picture

Have you been watching BTN today? Pa-fucking-thetic.

jonping67's picture

All the PSU and TTUN crap made me sick.

CaliforniaBuckeye's picture

EzE looks a lot bigger... and if he can pick up blocks in the backfield like he did against Grant he'll be a nice complete back for us. Coach Drayton had to back up Eze almost punched him

"The only way we'd get beaten was if we got a little fat-headed, if we didn't train right, if we had dissension on the squad." - Woody Hayes

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KingsRite's picture

It wouldn't take a whole lot to turn EzE into a quality linebacker and or safety. He has the tools.

“I have yet to be in a game where luck was involved. Well-prepared players make plays. I have yet to be in a game where the most prepared team didn't win.” -Urban Meyer-

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Hovenaut's picture

Even the Purdue cheerleaders approved...


+16 HS
CaliforniaBuckeye's picture

Im guessing the hit sent a shock wave through the cheerleaders since they all moved at impact.

"The only way we'd get beaten was if we got a little fat-headed, if we didn't train right, if we had dissension on the squad." - Woody Hayes

+3 HS
Seattle Linga's picture

My adrenaline level just jumped about 40 decibels 

+3 HS
jonping67's picture

Just a little concerning that a 225 freshman RB would take it to a 240 junior LB.

Props to EZ......

Come on Grant......

+6 HS
ArizonaBuckeye's picture

Yeah, that's a little concerning. Not to take anything away from EzE, but Grant should win that match-up ten times outta ten. Hats off to Elliott; tough ass kid.

"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you." -Woody Hayes-

+1 HS
bdegroff's picture

Love this drill! All about impact and leverage. Eze won both! Made better impact, allowing him to get lower, giving him all the leverage! Hopefully, the position coaches use this as bit of a coaching tool as well. A lot of fun to watch! Even better for players to learn from

Knarcisi's picture

Sophomore and Senior. 

+1 HS
jonping67's picture

This is their 2nd semester, so they are still a freshman and junior, they won't be a sophomore and senior until fall.

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Calgarybuck's picture

EZE is just a dominate athlete, you guys are worrying about a 15-20 pound difference grant gave up.  Circle drill is all about leverage and timing and EZE had it that go around, as long as he's slipping blocks and making tackles I could careless how he stacks up in the Circle drill vs a kid whose could go into the NFL at 3 different positions.

Buckeyeboy's picture

A 15 lb difference in wt is not much to write home about.

Go Bucks!

cinserious's picture

For all intents and purposes, EzE is a soph and Grant is a senior (same difference though). Easy's not the same as if he had just walked into the program and Grant obviously hasn't lived up to expectations thus far so we needn't keep beating the same dead horse.

My take from it was, considering Grant's ripped physique, Easy gets more props for being the beast we already knew he was.

One day I will valiantly become a political prisoner of 11W jail.

CGroverL's picture

To me, especially with the STRENGTH we claim to have at RB, it doesn't surprise me at all to see Zeke stand a LB up. Buckeye RB's are tough and normally can't be tackled by just ONE LB. Buckeye RB's take pride in HAVING to be team tackled. This is just a circle drill of course and Zeke doesn't have a football in his does concern me about Grant not looking a little more dominant, but it isn't surprising at all to me that ANY of the Buckeye "big backs" (which Zeke now is with his added weight and another year under his belt) handles a LB in the circle drill. In fact, it is a good thing in a long as in game time, Grant takes his opponent to the ground or holds him up for someone to finish off hard.

As a group, we have been very tough on our LB corps...The back 7 last year was more than just weak, it was a liability. I think we will see a difference in our LB corps and any improvement by Grant should be thought of as a blessing....after all, he came in as a 5-star recruit that had Meyer dazzled in the preseason of 2013....and that didn't pan out very well at all. But, as I have said before in respect to the defensive back 7...."They should be better this year even if the only reason is that they couldn't have been much worse in 2013".

"I hope they're last in everything". One of Meyer's comments when speaking of TTUN after being hired at Ohio State.



FitzBuck's picture

Did anyone else see 15 (EZE) walk up and think "yep he's not losing".  That kid is a freek of an athlete.  

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

+1 HS
Colerain 2004 G.O.A.T.'s picture

Anyone catch the number on the player in scarlet at about the 3:08-3:15 mark that gets into it with coach Fick? I wont pretend to be a lip reader but it sure seems as if Fick says I'll kick your ass or something similar.

I speak the truth but I guess that's a foreign language to yall.~~Lil Wayne

SilverState's picture

I actually think that's Dontre. His jersey is tucked under, and looks like the top of a number 2. Similar size too.

JohnnyKozmo's picture

McMillan is #5 I'm assuming?


Hope they go position vs position at the spring game a la brax vs guiton.  Would love to see McMillan vs Grant to get a gauge on where he is.

Pain don't hurt-Dalton

+2 HS
edr4225's picture

1 Dixon, Johnnie WR 5-11 198 FR West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer)
2 Wilson, Dontre H-B 5-10 185 FR DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto)
3 Thomas, Michael WR 6-3 203 SO Los Angeles, Calif. (Woodland Hills Taft)
4 Samuel, Curtis RB/WR 5-11 190 FR Brooklyn, N.Y. (Erasmus Hall)
5 Miller, Braxton QB 6-2 215 JR Huber Heights, Ohio (Wayne)
5 McMillan, Raekwon LB 6-2 240 FR Hinesville, Ga. (Liberty County)
6 Spencer, Evan WR 6-2 208 JR Vernon Hills, Ill. (Vernon Hills)
7 Smith, Rod RB 6-3 231 JR Fort Wayne, Ind. (Paul Harding)
8 Spence, Noah DL 6-3 252 SO Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt)
8 Moore, J.T. TE 6-3 260 JR Youngstown, Ohio (Boardman)
9 Smith, Devin WR 6-1 197 JR Massillon, Ohio (Washington)
11 Bell, Vonn SAF 5-11 200 FR Rossville, Ga. (Ridgeland)
12 Grant, Doran CB 5-11 193 JR Akron, Ohio (St. Vincent-St. Mary)
12 Jones, Cardale QB 6-5 250 FR Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)
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13 Collier, Stephen QB 6-3 215 FR Leesburg, Ga. (Lee County)
14 Grant, Curtis LB 6-3 240 JR Richmond, Va. (Hermitage)
14 Russell, Jake P 6-1 198 SO Twinsburg, Ohio (Twinsburg)
15 Morgan, Luke QB 6-2 225 FR Lebanon, Ohio (Lebanon)
15 Elliott, Ezekiel RB 6-0 225 FR St. Louis, Mo. (John Burroughs)
16 Burrows, Cam SAF 6-0 208 FR Trotwood, Ohio (Trotwood Madison)
16 Barrett, J.T. QB 6-1 225 FR Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider)
17 Marshall, Jalin H-B 5-11 205 FR Middletown, Ohio (Middletown)
18 Mitchell, Kato WR 5-11 190 SO Cleveland, Ohio (John Hay)
19 Ramstetter, Joe WR 6-3 210 FR Cincinnati, Ohio (Elder)
19 Conley, Gareon CB 6-0 190 FR Massillon, Ohio (Washington)
20 Tanner, Ron DB 6-0 205 SO Columbus, Ohio (Eastmoor Academy)
21 McDaniel, Devlin WR 5-11 200 FR Marion, Ohio (Pleasant)
23 Powell, Tyvis SAF 6-3 205 FR Bedford, Ohio (Bedford)
24 Cibene, Michael SAF 6-0 186 SO Fort Lauderdale (Pine Crest)
25 Niehoff, Kevin S 6-3 205 SO Mason, Ohio (Mason)
25 Dunn, Bri'onte RB 6-0 216 SO Canton, Ohio (GlenOak)
26 Reeves, Armani CB 5-10 198 SO West Roxbury, Mass. (Catholic Memorial)
28 Ball, Warren RB 6-1 224 FR Columbus, Ohio (DeSales)
29 Thompson, Jayme S 6-0 195 FR Toledo, Ohio (Central Catholic)
30 Bogard, Devan LB 6-0 210 SO Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)
32 Doup, Russell SAF 6-2 198 JR Mt. Vernon, Ohio (Mt. Vernon)
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33 Epitropoulos, Frank WR 6-1 206 FR Upper Arlington, Ohio (Upper Arlington)
33 Sarac, Nik CB 5-9 183 SO Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius)
34 Marcus, Jamal DE 6-1 243 SO Durham, N.C. (Hillside)
35 Worley, Chris S 6-2 218 FR Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)
36 Johnson, Trey LB 6-1 225 FR Lawrenceville, Ga. (Central Gwinnett)
37 Perry, Joshua LB 6-4 250 SO Galena, Ohio (Olentangy)
38 Fada, Craig LB 6-0 233 SO Columbus, Ohio (Bishop Watterson)
39 Clinton, Kyle K 6-1 218 JR Dublin, Ohio (Coffman)
41 Haynes, Bryce LS 6-4 220 SO Cumming, Ga. (Pinecrest Academy)
41 Mawhirter, Aaron LB 6-2 230 FR Sandusky, Ohio (Perkins)
43 Lee, Darron LB 6-2 225 FR New Albany, Ohio (New Albany)
46 Hill, Devin FB 5-10 235 SO Columbus, Ohio (Northland)
46 Snyder, Nick LB 6-1 215 SO Columbus, Ohio (Westerville South)
48 Burger, Joe LB 6-2 230 SO Cincinnati, Ohio (LaSalle)
50 Boren, Jacoby C 6-1 285 SO Pickerington, Ohio (Central)
51 Hale, Joel DT 6-4 310 JR Greenwood, Ind. (Center Grove)
52 Munger, Donovan DL 6-4 306 FR Shaker Heights, Ohio (Shaker Heights)
54 Price, Billy OL 6-4 305 FR Austintown, Ohio (Fitch)
55 Williams, Camren LB 6-1 228 SO West Roxbury, Mass. (Catholic Memorial)
55 Brown, Tommy OL 6-4 310 SO Akron, Ohio (Firestone)
57 Farris, Chase OL 6-4 300 SO Elyria, Ohio (Elyria)
59 Lewis, Tyquan DL 6-3 260 FR Tarboro, N.C. (Tarboro)
61 Gaskey, Logan OL 6-4 292 FR Long Grove, Ill. (Adlai E. Stevenson)
63 Bennett, Michael DL 6-2 288 JR Centerville, Ohio (Centerville)
64 Jones, Marcelys OL 6-4 345 FR Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)
65 Elflein, Pat OL 6-3 300 FR Pickerington, Ohio (Pickerington North)
66 Dodson, Kyle OL 6-6 310 FR Cleveland, Ohio (Cleveland Heights)
68 Decker, Taylor OL 6-7 315 SO Vandalia, Ohio (Butler)
69 Kramer, Eric OL 6-3 295 JR Cincinnati, Ohio (St. Xavier)
72 Carter, Chris DL 6-4 342 SO Cleveland, Ohio (John F. Kennedy)
73 Underwood, Antonio OL 6-2 303 JR Shaker Heights, Ohio (Shaker Heights)
75 Lisle, Evan OL 6-6 300 FR Centerville, Ohio (Centreville)
76 Baldwin, Darryl OL 6-6 307 JR Solon, Ohio (Solon)
77 Hill, Michael DL 6-2 315 FR Pendleton, S.C. (Pendleton)
81 Vannett, Nick TE 6-6 260 SO Westerville, Ohio (Central)
82 Clark, James WR 5-10 182 FR New Smyrna Beach, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach)
82 Carter, Ryan TE 6-6 240 SO Reynoldsburg, Ohio (Reynoldsburg)
84 Smith, Corey WR 6-0 190 JR Akron, Ohio (Akron Buchtel)
85 Baugh, Marcus TE 6-4 248 FR Riverside, Calif. (John W. North)
86 Heuerman, Jeff TE 6-5 255 JR Naples, FL (Barron Collier)
87 Gwilym, Peter WR 6-0 195 SO Freeport, Maine (Cheverus)
88 Ojikutu, Brandon WR 6-2 211 SO Cleveland, Ohio (John Marshall)
88 Miller, Steve DL 6-3 255 JR Canton, Ohio (McKinley)
89 Thomas, Blake TE 6-5 250 FR Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius)
89 Greene, Jeff WR 6-5 220 JR Peachtree City, Ga. (Starr's Mill)
90 Schutt, Tommy DL 6-2 300 SO Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West)
91 Rock, Chris DL 6-3 275 SO Columbus, Ohio (DeSales)
92 Washington, Adolphus DL 6-4 288 SO Cincinnati, Ohio (Taft)
93 Sprinkle, Tracy DL 6-3 283 FR Elyria, Ohio (Elyria)
94 Frazier, Rashad DL 6-4 272 SO Middletown, Ohio (Middletown)
95 Johnston, Cameron P 6-0 195 FR Geelong, Australia (St. Joseph's)
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97 Bosa, Joey DL 6-5 285 FR Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
98 Holman, John DL 6-3 280 JR Riverdale, Ga. (Union Grove)

lets go bucks!!

+11 HS
Nappy's picture

Doing God's work

I never saw a football player make a tackle with a smile on his face

+3 HS
CGroverL's picture

It's great to see how many "Ohio Kids" make up that roster.

"I hope they're last in everything". One of Meyer's comments when speaking of TTUN after being hired at Ohio State.



warosu's picture

My thoughts exactly!!!!

Calgarybuck's picture

Let's not forget that roster includes walk on's, It is great to see many Ohio kids though are starters in important roles for the team (QB, OT, LB, CB)

Go1Bucks's picture

Thanks EDR

Go Bucks!

+1 HS
edr4225's picture

no problem

lets go bucks!!

jonping67's picture

McMillan is #5 - Looks big already and he still has summer and fall to get stronger. Can you say beast?

+3 HS
Dips's picture

Anyone else see that Luke Fickell shove and "Don't "F" with me" look at 3:10?

buckeyewhitefish's picture

It looked like it was Corey Smith that Fick shoved and yelled at.


luckynutz's picture

Hell yeah...hes an intense dude. I wouldnt mess with him.

bethesdabuck's picture

Good to see Trey Johnson out there, #36. Any news on how he is doing?

+1 HS
Knarcisi's picture

EzE took Curtis Grant to school. 

PittBuckeye's picture

They aren't there to play school.

+4 HS
Fowle13's picture

Fickell shoves dontre..wonder what happened?

SilverState's picture

Something happens at the 2:04 mark. (Start watching around 2:00.) In the background, you can see Dontre go over and push who looks to be Curtis Grant. Fickell and someone else (Herman?) has to push Dontre back even then. 

stevebelliseeya's picture


"We are eternal. All this pain is an illusion." - Tool

+1 HS
Colerain 2004 G.O.A.T.'s picture

Wasnt Blake Thomas given a medical and his career over as a football player? Just noticed the staff posted he went against Worley.

I speak the truth but I guess that's a foreign language to yall.~~Lil Wayne

CGroverL's picture

This circle drill is something that makes me proud to be a Buckeye fan. Our guys fight with all of their might for their side/team. Effort like that is what makes Ohio State different from a lot of other schools in the Midwest. On a related note of great personal significance, my mother always taught me to be PROUD to be from Ohio. My entire family is from Ohio and as of now, half of us live in Florida. I moved to the Sunshine State when I was 7 and I'm now 41.....

I always have an Ohio State hat on and I own a different Buckeye hat for game day against every Big Ten opponent. Mom used to always grin at me to see that even though I have lived almost all of my life in Florida, I'm a Buckeye through and through (well, as much of a Buckeye as you can be while NOT attending The Ohio State University) and that grin came because of her seeing me in one of my many different Buckeye hats.

Today, I was forced to have the doctors turn the machines off that were keeping Mom alive after her 3 heart attack day yesterday. She was having heart attacks while I was reading Buckeye news here at 11W. I'm not looking for extra HS (helmet stickers) or anything like that but I did want to say that besides my 2 daughters, my family is all now gone. All I have is you. You guys are great and Buckeye Nation is a great family to be a part of, and without my Mom, I wouldn't have Buckeye Nation.

So...On possibly the worst day of my life, I just wanted to thank all of you that I see here on the comment boards, apologize to you all for all of my comments that are WAY TOO LONG (like this one), and say that it really is good to have been born in the Buckeye State. Without 11W and all of you that actually read and sometimes respond to my comments, I might feel like I have nothing. I'll always have Buckeye Football though, right? R.I.P Mom...thanks for having me be from the Buckeye State so I can be part of the biggest and best fanbase in all of college football. Thanks, guys.... and as always, Go Buckeyes!!!

"I hope they're last in everything". One of Meyer's comments when speaking of TTUN after being hired at Ohio State.



+21 HS
stevebelliseeya's picture

Sorry for your loss and happy to be a part of Buckeye Nation with you sir. 

"We are eternal. All this pain is an illusion." - Tool

+2 HS
jonping67's picture

CGroverL - Sorry for your loss, but keep in mind your Mom still lives in YOU, so her legacy lives on!

Buckeye Nation lives strong......GO BUCKS!

+2 HS
Colerain 2004 G.O.A.T.'s picture

Thats a tough one having to pull the plug on Moms,I share your pain as I had to do the same for my father a while back.Buckeye Nation is here for you and just know she went on to a better place.This here might not be heaven but I'll tell you its about as close as you are going to get. Go Buckeyes!

I speak the truth but I guess that's a foreign language to yall.~~Lil Wayne

+3 HS
rufio's picture

I am sorry for your loss. May she R.I.P.

+2 HS
FitzBuck's picture

Your mom will have the best seats at every buckeye game from now on.  She is in a better place brother.

Fitzbuck | Toledo - Ohio's right armpit | "A troll by any other name is still a troll".

+3 HS
SilverBullet-98's picture

I'm so sorry CGRoverL, that is a lonely and sad thing to have to go through.

I know from experience almost exactly how you feel, unfortunately I went through something very similar with my mother 1 and half ago. Hang in there Brother.

I'm new to this site but God Bless you, friend, you will be ok, you will have your sad moments, but you will make it!!

Again, I'm sorry, from your Buckeye family member.

"The Past Builds the Future"

+2 HS
teddyballgame's picture

Sorry to hear that.  Hang in there man, things will get better...

+1 HS
Hovenaut's picture

My condolences CGroverL.

I'm also far removed from Ohio. But although I left the state long ago it never left me. Have always been a Buckeye fan since I was knee high, easily passed down from my elders.

I don't make it home much anymore, but 11W sure helps keep some memories alive.

Thoughts and prayers to you and yours.

+1 HS
ScarletNGrey01's picture

My condolences to you.  The pain will subside over time I promise.  My mom passed away two years ago, I still miss her.  I teared up the other day thinking about her, she was the outgoing and caring person in our family that everyone just loved to be around.  I did not have to go through what you did, I was visiting with her one day, she was her usual self, making me laugh with her observations and sense of humor, the next day I drove two hours to a client site, when I got there received a call from my dad that she had passed away in her sleep that night.  Although she was originally from Nashville, she and my dad moved to Columbus right about the time I was born, so she and my dad became buckeye fans.  Sounds like you had a special mom.  Glad the 11W site is of comfort to you, I think 99% of the folks on here are good people that have the common bond of our love for The Ohio State University and a desire to represent our institution with class and excellence.

The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win. -- Woody Hayes

+1 HS
cinserious's picture

@CGroverL: You had my vote at the first paragraph. Your second paragraph would have resulted in my next vote (if permitted). After finding out about your loss and how you became such a devoted Buckeye fan, I would have given you 37 more (if permitted). God bless and go Bucks!!!

One day I will valiantly become a political prisoner of 11W jail.

KingsRite's picture

Yeah, Raekwon looks ready to punish the B1G. Can't wait!

“I have yet to be in a game where luck was involved. Well-prepared players make plays. I have yet to be in a game where the most prepared team didn't win.” -Urban Meyer-

+2 HS
Jeremypreemo81's picture

One of the first rules in fball that should be taught early and often is....the low man wins always!  Curtis stood straight up and let Eze get into his pads. Great form by Eze

PittBuckeye's picture

Not really surprising though, Eze's a runner. 

bdegroff's picture

Well, I was going to ask who #5 was. However, after reading through the posts, its McMillain. He is huge! He already looks the part. Wonder if he'll play with the collar or just uses it during practices to lessen the stress on his shoulders. Hope to see him on the field this fall!

+1 HS
Him1stftballl8er's picture

Love Ezekiel. That kid is by far my favorite Buckeye. Ever since his press conference when he chose Ohio State. Class, and a beast. 

The wise shall inherit glory, but shame shall be the promotion of fools. 

PAWEST1202's picture

I was born and raised in St. Louis but I bleed Scarlet and Gray. The homer in me has been pulling for EzE since he committed. Hometown pride over takes every time he has a little bit of personal success. Hopefully, next season will be filled with an overwhelming amount of those moments that contribute to overall team greatness.

+1 HS
RBuck's picture

Man, these guys were pumped. Want to see it again Aug. 30 and continue through January.

Long live the southend.

OSUFlash's picture

another reason to love Elliot.


ScarletNGrey01's picture

The testosterone meter was pegged during that drill.

The will to win is not as important as the will to prepare to win. -- Woody Hayes

Poison nuts's picture

Pure hypeness!

"Do not pass me, just slow down - I can move right through you" Superchunk - Precision Auto.

Tanner's picture

Fun video to watch but it did reinforce why I had no interest in playing football as a kid. A lil too intense for me

I was cool working on my jumper in the gym


MoEddieRobtCarlosBeanie's picture

I could almost see the ghost of Ryan Shazier... You did not want to get matched up with whatever number he was wearing at that time.

That skinny little line backer was going to put you into the 3rd row.