1.6 (WR) Kenyon ELLARD
With the (early ) retirement of Monarchs legend Phillip Diedrich and the FA loss of Hunter Stills to Texas, the receiving cupboard was uncomfortably bare. A wideout was always the #1 priority and we were happy to see... [Read More]
3.15 (OT) Lionel Hoffman - While not an immediate need I felt his value was too good to pass on at this point in the draft given that my next pick wasn't until round 5. He'll likely see a lot of playing time early as my incumbent at LT is pretty long in the tooth and already took a ratings hit last offseason. Yes, he probably won't have much in the way of run blocking but I've got guards for that.
Despite finishing 3rd in the AC West for the 5th season in a row, this years 3rd place finish resulted in the first playoff birth for the team in 17 years. Much of that was a result of outstanding seasons had by QB Mario Gurley and RB Cory Hanks. RB Cory Hanks, who will be heading into his 3rd season in 2030 broke many individual team records in 2029 and is on pace to be one of the best RBs in Columbia history and possibly the IFL if he can keep the pace going. Unfortunately for Columbia due to... [Read More]
With their first round pick, the Arizona Wolfpack select LG, Dan "The Tan" Tanyavutti from Notre Dame. With "The U" Uusatalo's retirement, the Wolfpack need to begin to rebuild the Offensive line. Last year's 2nd round pick, RG, Neil O'Rourke was a pleasant surprise in his rookie season. LT Alvin Schmidt was lost to London in FA, so the Wolfpack picked up Carlton Finney, a FA from Texas. This group was decimated by injuries last year and depth was a real issue. Look for Arizona to continue to... [Read More]