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    The NSIC will have a healthy showing in the newly formed Alliance of American Football. Is anybody besides myself excited for this?

    San Antonio Commanders
    Mickey, Max RB Sioux Falls
    Myers, Robert LB Minnesota State

    Salt Lake Stallions
    Etta, Emeka DB Wayne State
    Spencer, Andrew DB Winona State

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls

    Birmingham Iron
    Lee, Sam G Augustana

    Arizona Hotshots
    Krause, Jake G Bemidji State

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    Nobody?

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    Default Re: NSIC influence in the Alliance of American Football

    Quote Originally Posted by ApatheticSportReport View Post
    The NSIC will have a healthy showing in the newly formed Alliance of American Football. Is anybody besides myself excited for this?

    San Antonio Commanders
    Mickey, Max RB Sioux Falls
    Myers, Robert LB Minnesota State

    Salt Lake Stallions
    Etta, Emeka DB Wayne State
    Spencer, Andrew DB Winona State

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls

    Birmingham Iron
    Lee, Sam G Augustana

    Arizona Hotshots
    Krause, Jake G Bemidji State

    Oddly....I hadn't heard this one yet..

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls


    When Luke tried out for the NFL he was rolled out there as a QB. I also thought that was a mistake. His throwing was never NFL-ish....his running and athleticism was his deal. His size would be pretty good for a TE role....he would need to be more physical in the blocking game....but if you've ever stood next to Papilion, he's a big dude up-close. This might be an interesting one to watch..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Witwicki View Post
    Oddly....I hadn't heard this one yet..

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls


    When Luke tried out for the NFL he was rolled out there as a QB. I also thought that was a mistake. His throwing was never NFL-ish....his running and athleticism was his deal. His size would be pretty good for a TE role....he would need to be more physical in the blocking game....but if you've ever stood next to Papilion, he's a big dude up-close. This might be an interesting one to watch..
    That is an interesting change in position. Yes, blocking might pose a problem but I bet they do mostly pass plays. A linebacker covering him would be a real matchup problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Witwicki View Post
    Oddly....I hadn't heard this one yet..

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls


    When Luke tried out for the NFL he was rolled out there as a QB. I also thought that was a mistake. His throwing was never NFL-ish....his running and athleticism was his deal. His size would be pretty good for a TE role....he would need to be more physical in the blocking game....but if you've ever stood next to Papilion, he's a big dude up-close. This might be an interesting one to watch..
    Back when he was playing for USF and there were NFL rumblings I thought the same thing: he would fit better as a tight end. As a QB he would have been more of a Cam Newton than a Tom Brady.

    I'm 6'1 225 lbs and when I stood next to Luke he made me look tiny.

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    Zach Miller, TE for the Bears who hopefully will play again after his knee dislocation and arterial damage, was a stud QB for Omaha. Very similar to Papilion.

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    Wasn't LP ranked something like the #25 QB in CFB for his senior season? I remember hearing that somewhere. I was bummed to see he never got a shot in the NFL.

    In any case, he was amazing to watch the one time I got to do so. He almost even outplayed Blake!

    Wishing him all the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApatheticSportReport View Post
    The NSIC will have a healthy showing in the newly formed Alliance of American Football. Is anybody besides myself excited for this?

    San Antonio Commanders
    Mickey, Max RB Sioux Falls
    Myers, Robert LB Minnesota State

    Salt Lake Stallions
    Etta, Emeka DB Wayne State
    Spencer, Andrew DB Winona State

    Memphis Express
    Papilion, Luke TE Sioux Falls

    Birmingham Iron
    Lee, Sam G Augustana

    Arizona Hotshots
    Krause, Jake G Bemidji State
    This league is a great option for young men who love playing the game of football and have some serious football skills. OG Sam Lee of Augustana had NFL aspirations, perhaps players can hone on their skills and the NFL can become a reality!

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    I noticed RB Max Mickey is no longer on the San Antonio squad. Anyone know more details?

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    Any USF fans aware of Max Mickey's current football plans?

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