RG III ready for the next step

After winning the Heisman trophy, Robert Griffin III is excited about the next step - the NFL.


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Zeke Pike: Big Arm In Bluegrass State

2011-09-21

Zeke Pike first started attending football games when his father, Mark Pike, played for the Buffalo Bills in the early nineties. Now, Zeke is poised to become a bigger star than his dad. He's a star quarterback at Dixie Heights High School and a future Auburn Tiger.

The Multitalented Stefon Diggs

2011-09-21

Our Lady of Good Counsel is one of the premiere football programs on the east coast. This season, Good Counsel (once again) has one of the nation's top recruits in wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

Miles Is A Mile High Star

2011-09-21

Mullen High School in Denver has dominated the Colorado football scene for the better part of a decade. This year, the Mustangs might have their finest player of their incredible run in quarterback Cyler Miles.

Gunner Keil: Hoosier Superstar

2011-09-21

In the mid-1980s, Indiana was home to the country's top high school quarterback prospect in Jeff George. Now, almost 30 years later, the Hoosier state might have it's best blue-chipper since George. He's Gunner Keil, a future Indiana Hoosier at Columbus East High School.

Garrett Tempel Battles Back

2011-09-16

Garrett Tempel of Denver's ThunderRidge High School thought his football career was over when he broke his leg last fall. But after a long rehabilitation, Tempel is back at running back for the Grizzlies.

Bryce Treggs: SoCal Superstar

2011-09-14

At under six feet tall, Bryce Treggs is one of the smaller football players in Los Angeles. But the wide receiver at St. John Bosco is also one of the best. Treggs is a touchdown machine who is also an honor roll student at St. John Bosco. Next year, he will play for Cal. Treggs' father starred at Cal in the early nineties.

Inside The 7-on-7 Circuit

2011-09-14

National Correspondent Mike Rigg travels to Miami to profile the South Florida Express. The Express is part of a growing trend: teams of football all-stars traveling in the summer to compete in the nation's best 7-on-7 events.

Darius Hamilton Might Be Better Than Famous Father

2011-09-14

Don Bosco High School of Ramsey, NJ is only 22 miles from the home of the Jets and Giants, so the school naturally attracts the children of NFL players. This year, the Bosco defense is led by Darius Hamilton, son of former New York Giant Keith Hamilton. If the early part of his career is any indication, Darius might end up being better than his dad.

Joe Bolden Makes Family Proud

2011-09-14

At Cincinnati's Colerain High School, football is a family affair. Tom Bolden is the head coach. Tom's brother, Dan, is the athletics director. And Dan's son, Joe, is the team's star linebacker. This fall, Joe Bolden is one of the most complete linebackers in the country. He's also an honor-roll student who will play college football at Michigan next fall.

Player Spotlight - Jeremiah Tshimanga

2011-09-13

The senior linebacker from Richland is considered by many to be one of the top linebacker prospects in the state of Texas. He has verbally committed to play at Oklahoma State.

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