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DENVER — Ryan Stonehouse is the best NFL prospect that nobody seems to be talking about.  Colorado State’s starting punter from 2017-2021, Stonehouse leaves Fort Collins as one of the most decorated individuals to ever play the position collegiately. His career average of 47.8 yards per punt is an NCAA FBS record. And he’s coming off of a banner season…...

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FORT COLLINS — The best tight end in the country.  If it wasn’t already clear after winning the Mackey Award and dominating at the Senior Bowl, Trey McBride cemented his status as the top tight end prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft with yet another impressive showing at Colorado State’s Pro Day on Wednesday.  McBride lifted and did the majority...

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Justin Michael is joined by Andre Simone of the DNVR Draft Pod and DNVR Bets. Throughout the episode Justin and Andre explain why Jackson’s Pro Day numbers were somewhat disappointing but need to be taken with a grain of salt. The two emphasize Jackson’s tape shows his game will translate to the next level and express that Jackson’s Pro Day was impacted by weird circumstance. Finally, in the second half of the podcast Justin and Dre talk about CSU’s quarterfinal NIT matchup with NC State. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!  iTunes Link | Stitcher Link |Spotify Link | Google Play

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — “There ya go Josh, let’s go Josh!” As 10 prospects worked out in front of 24 NFL scouts on campus this past Wednesday, most of the participants had a group of family members, friends or professional representatives observing quietly from the side. Out of the roughly 20 guests taking in the action, one man stood out...

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Jasen Oden Jr. came to Colorado State from Buffalo, NY, as a promising defensive back, primarily playing safety. After two seasons in the Rams secondary, Oden moved to the backfield, where he played running back for his final two seasons. Oden’s transition to running back was smooth, and his abilities both in the run game, and as a pass-blocker, will...

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