Rebuilding the Eagles O-Line on the fly…

Since the Eagles are now without the services of LG Evan Mathis (sprained MCL tendon) and RT-fill-in Allen Barbre (high ankle sprain) for the immediate future, and with starting RT Lane Johnson still out for three more games as he serves his PED-related suspension, I thought you might like to know a little more about the “Next Men Up” on the offensive line. There’s Matt Tobin...
Via Eagles Eye
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Big Ten Preview – Michigan

Big Ten Preview – Michigan Big Ten Preview – Michigan Offense – Returning Starters – 6; Key Departures – WR, Junior Hemmingway (7th round, Chiefs). C David Molk (7th round, Chargers). TE, Kevin Koger. Image - courtesy of Thekeyplay.com Even though Michigan brings back Heisman favorite Denard Robinson, don’t underrate the loss of his favorite target Junior Hemmingway...
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August 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Freshman numbers and those who broke them in (Part 2)

Last Friday, we released Part 1 of our three-part series on the numbers the freshmen will be wearing this fall and the previous Wolverines who have either worn them or made a name for themselves while wearing them. Today, we take a look at the second part of the series with a group of linebackers and linemen. #49 – Kaleb Ringer Bob Chappuis, All-American, Hall-of-Famer, and war...
Via MaizeAndGoBlue
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

David Molk: 'I'm a tough, hard-nosed kid'

Michigan consensus All-American center David Molk is one of the strongest players in the NFL draft, hoisting 225 pounds 41 times in the bench press test at the NFL scouting combine. A four-year starter, the All-Big Ten Conference lineman also won the Rimington Award as the nation's top center.
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April 20, 2012  |  Discuss

CFN Draft Position Rankings: Centers, T-Ends

Where does CollegeFootballNews rank Wolverines David Molk and Kevin Koger - and why?
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April 18, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Draft Center Projections

Average total drafted in last 5 years: 6.4 1. Peter Konz (Wisconsin) 1-22. Ben Jones (Georgia) 3-43. Philip Blake (Baylor) 4-54. Michael Brewster (Ohio State) 4-55. David Molk (Michigan) 5-66. Quentin Saulsberry (Mississippi State) 6-77. Garth Gerhart (Arizona State) 7-U8. Chris Anzevino (Kent State) 7-U 9. William Vlachos (Alabama) 7-U10. Scott Wedige (Northern Illinois) 7-U 
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April 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Raiders Mock Draft 2.0 by @RaiderDraftnik

This article is the work of Tyler Dickson, an avid fan of the Raiders and college football.  For more of his thoughts on players, as we lead up to the draft, follow him on Twitter @RaiderDraftnikYou can also check out his first Raiders-only mock draft or his 3 round mock draft. Player:                             Pick:       Overview: ...
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April 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Final Positional Rankings 2012 NFL Draft-Centers

Tier 1 (1st round-2nd round) Peter Konz, Wisconsin Tier 2 (3rd round- 5th round) Mike Brewster, Ohio State Ben Jones, Georgia David Molk, Michigan Philip Blake, Baylor Tier 3 (6th round-UDFA) Moe Petrus, Uconn Mason Cloy, Clemson Quenton Saulsberry, Mississippi State William Valchos, Alabama Jason Slowey-Western Oregon David Snow, Texas Josh Violanti, Buffalo...
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April 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Hoke says Michigan has holes to fill on lines

Michigan coach Brady Hoke will kick off his second spring in charge of the program, looking at how his largest players can fill the biggest voids. ''There's some obvious holes that we need to fill on our defensive line with three seniors graduating and when you look at our offensive line,'' Hoke said Friday, the day before the Wolverines' first spring practice...
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March 17, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NFL Draft Center Rankings

This year’s center class (centre class for those of you in Canada), lacks a sure-fire first rounder. Wisconsin’s Peter Konz could go in the first, but it probably won’t happen. Peter Konz C, Wisconsin Ben Jones C, Georgia Phillip Blake C, Baylor Mike Brewster C, Ohio State David Molk C, Michigan Quinton Saulsberry C, Mississippi State William Vlachos C, Alabama David Snow C, Texas
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March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Arbitrary Michellanea discusses adventures in twitterdom

Apparently you can’t congratulate a friend on twitter… For us fans, bloggers and media-types, Twitter is a valuable way to learn real-time news and connect with the athletes we all watch. But for those athletes and other celebrities, it’s a terrible invention that always seems to create controversy and get them in trouble. The rise and popularity of Twitter over the last couple...
Via MaizeAndGoBlue
March 07, 2012  |  Discuss

What do the Patriots need to shop for through the draft on offense?

With another very good year over without the fairy tale ending, the Patriots are now well underway looking for players via the draft to fill their more glaring needs. Looking back at this year’s team, we will show you where the team’s personnel staff should focus their efforts this off-season. On the offensive side of the ball there are two positions that need to be addressed...
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March 02, 2012  |  Discuss

David Molk on The Huge Show: It would be nice to play for an up-and-coming team like Detroit Lions

Molk talked about wishing he had been healthy enough to run at the combine, whether it would be special to be drafted by the Lions, and the high and low point of his college career at the University of Michigan.
Via Detroit Lions Football
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Surprise, a Michigan Player is a Pompous Ass

Courtesy of Dave Heller at the JSOnline, which now requires a subscription, and the ESPN Big Ten blog, here are some comments Michigan center David Molk had to say about himself and Peter Konz. On his performance at the combine compared to Konz's. I have skills he doesn’t have. Obviously, my strength is far better, I’m faster, I would say I’m smarter. Obviously, he’s...
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February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Ohio State’s Brewster wants Michigan’s Molk to shut his mouth

Bad blood is brewing between two of the top centers in this year’s NFL draft. We passed along comments this morning from Michigan’s David Molk, who thinks anyone who doesn’t call him the best center in the draft is stupid. One center who’s ranked ahead of Molk on some draft boards, Ohio State’s Michael Brewster,…
Via Pro Football Talk
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

David Molk: I’m the best center in the draft and it’s stupid to say I’m not

Michigan center David Molk isn’t lacking for confidence. Prior to the Scouting Combine, Molk said he could break the event’s all-time record in the bench press, and although he fell short of that (finishing with 41 repetitions of 225 pounds, good for second-best this year), he’s continuing to talk himself up after the Combine. Told…
Via Pro Football Talk
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NFL Draft: 10 Late Round Sleepers

QB - Brock Osweiler, Arizona State It's difficult to find a decent quarterback after the first two, but Osweiler has all the tools to be a top tier signal caller at the next level. The junior is 6'7, 242lbs, 4.7s 40yd dash, NFL arm strength, super quick delivery, and accuracy. On top of his quarterback abilities, Osweiler has rare athletic movement for his size (much like...
Via Football Nation
February 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Michigan's Mike Martin out to impress NFL Combine with bench reps

After two days at the NFL Combine, David Molk is still the man to beat on the bench press. But Mike Martin, Molk's former teammate at Michigan, said that's about to change. Martin said Saturday he plans to top his workout partner's 41 reps on the bench press when he lifts this morning at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Via Lions Blog
February 26, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Combine-Day One observations

Day One of the NFL Combine is in the books with offensive linemen and tightends running a gauntlet of tests this morning and early afternoon. As with any combine, there are always some eye-popping test results and Day One was no different. A few observations from today’s NFL Combine events. Offensive linemen- This looks to be, for the most part, a highly athletic group...
Via thepigskinreport.com
February 25, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Combine News: Former Buckeye Mike Adams fails to impress

Former Ohio State OT Mike Adams didn’t help his draft stock on Saturday completing only 19 reps in the 225 pound bench press. Adams, projected to be a top 25 pick in the April draft, saw 39 offensive linemen do better in the bench press. Adams’ 19 was better than only 5 linemen lifting at the combine. Another former Buckeye, center Mike Brewster pushed up 29 reps, and Matt Kalil...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 25, 2012  |  Discuss

David Molk puts up 41 reps on the bench press

Michigan center David Molk fell short in his quest to break a new Scouting Combine bench press record. But he still showed off impressive upper body strength. Molk finished with 41 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench, the most anyone has managed so far at this year’s NFL Combine. That’s not quite what Molk…
Via Pro Football Talk
February 25, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Combine: Follow all the action

Michigan Man looking to break bench press record Michigan center David Molk will miss most of the combine drills as he recovers from a recent foot injury, but he's looking to blow teams away in one area. According to a Detroit Free Press report, Molk thinks that he can break the combine bench press record. Molk, who won the Rimington Award given annually to the best center...
Via Fox Sports
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

David Molk aiming to break Combine bench press record

Michigan’s David Molk is still recovering from a foot injury that will prevent him from going through most of the workouts at the NFL Scouting Combine. But he plans to make the most of the one thing he can do. Molk, who won the Rimington Trophy as college football’s best center, told the Detroit Free…
Via Pro Football Talk
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

U-M's Molk plans to show off neck, bench press at NFL combine

Someone turned down the ear-splitting, always-on music to a barely audible level, and nearly everyone at the Barwis Methods Training Center gathered to watch former Michigan center David Molk work.
Via Lions Blog
February 23, 2012  |  Discuss

U-M's Molk, MSU's Worthy ranked No. 3 at their positions by Kiper

ESPN's Mel Kiper has ranked the top five NFL draft prospects at each position; Michigan's David Molk is the No. 3 center and Michigan State's Jerel Worthy is the No. 3 defensive tackle.
Via Detnews.com
February 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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