Josh Fryar Improves Ohio State’s 2020 Line

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Independence day was one to remember for Ohio State Buckeyes this year as they secure their second recruitment of the day. Standing at a towering six foot five and a half, Josh Fryar serves a very talented, up and coming offensive center for Ohio State Buckeyes. A formidable talented, the college football recruit is flexible, full of raw talent and by all accounts: a blank canvas. His solid build and height makes him a shoe in for almost any position up front. The 18th member of Ohio State‘s 2020 class, the team fought off stiff competition from Indiana, Florida State, Washington and Penn State to snap up the versatile player. However it was the unwavering interest of Ohio and his own gut feeling that convinced Josh Fryar that it was the place for him. Rated currently as the no.8 guard in the entire 2020 class, Josh Fryar has the stature and potential to prove a real capture for the Buckeyes. While there is little doubt there is plenty for the 300 pound player to work on such as conditioning and strength, he is a man who will be ready to play in no time at all.

Josh Fryar

National Ranking

With an ESPN rating of three stars in his current state, Josh Fryar was an appealing option for many teams. Ranked 3rd in state and 55th regionally, he was a big name for 2020 recruitment and so this is a player that Ohio State will have been incredibly satisfied to secure the services of.

Official Visits

After official visits to Indiana, Penn State and Oregon, Ohio looked like an outside bet for the player however the second day of his visit there was enough to convince him that it was the destination for him. With the promise of great education and a real prospect at NFL football, Josh Fryar found himself enticed by the prestigious establishment. With a really keen eye for broadcasting, education is just as important to the player and with the promise of an education that could really give him a boost into the industry, it was a no-brainer for the talented player. With formal offers received from Indiana, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Oregon, Penn State and Purdue, Fryar certainly wasn’t short of interest, testament to the importance of this capture for Ohio State, the place which Fryar himself admits to have fallen in love with.

Ohio State’s 2020 Class

Defense is the name of the game for the Buckeyes who have worked hard to recruit a number of very talented players including five defensive recruits for the OSU 2020 recruiting class. Alongside Josh Fryar, they look set to be a highly competitive side as they seek to replicate previous successes and aim for Championship victory – something that is certainly not out of the question.

Josh Fryar Ultimate Highlights // 2020 4-star OC // Ohio State Target // Beech Grove HS

With players such as Beech Grove bred Josh Fryar, times are exciting for fans of the team as they look to show that recruiting raw talent, such as Fryar, the second highest rated recruit from his state will give them the competitive edge, a move that has been approved by fans and critics alike.

Ohio State Basketball adds transfer Justice Sueing from Cal

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Justice Sueing transferred from California to the Buckeyes. Head Coach Chris Holtmann informed everyone of the addition of Sueing, a 6’7″ forward originally from Honolulu Hawaii. Sueing posted his transfer destination on May the 10th on Twitter.

Justice Sueing
Justice Sueing

Sueing played two years for the Golden Bears and will have two years of eligibility with Ohio State after red-shirting this upcoming season to comply with undergraduate NCAA transfer rules.

Cal had few bright spots last season finishing 8-23 overall, but Sueing was one. The Golden Bears completed Pac-12 play 3-15 with their head coach Wyking Jones being let go by the school after the season. Sueing entered the transfer portal shortly thereafter.

He arrives in Columbus following a productive two seasons in Berkley. He led his team in scoring (14.3 points per game), steals (1.7) and rebounds (6/game) last year. As a true freshman, Sueing had 13.8 points/game and 5.4 boards/game.

He also brings the ability to get free-throws, something Ohio State has lacked. In 2018/2019 he averaged 5.3 attempts per match. Only Kaleb Wesson average more last season for the Buckeyes.

Sueing will become eligible at the right time for OSU. Andre Wesson will graduate at the end of this coming year leaving an opening for a forward of his size and ability.

JUSTICE SUEING California Berkeley FRESHMAN Season Highlights!

Holtmann has suggested that he would like to have someone red-shirt after a transfer every year he is coaching Ohio State. Point guard CJ Walker was on the bench last season after moving from Florida State. Sueing will continue this trend in 2019.

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World Famous Pool Hustlers

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Famous Pool Players
Buddy Hall Famous Pool Players

The game of pool, or in some places known as pocket billiard, has been around for a very long time. It’s one of the most popular, and most stylish indoor sports, and since it’s been discovered, there have been many great players that made their contribution to the game, and that are nowadays considered legends. That’s why, in this article, we will talk about some of the most famous pool hustlers and how they’ve changed the game of pool.

Vernon “Burnie” Elliot

The first entry on our list is arguably one of the greatest pool players that have ever played this game. But, the strange thing is that Vernon Elliot always wanted to stay under the radar, so he never really cared about tournaments that much. All that he ever wanted was to play against the best competition possible, demolish them, and take their money along the way. And to say that he managed to accomplish that would be a huge understatement. Not only that he was able to beat history’s greatest players, but he also hustled almost anyone he encountered, from the beginning of his career, until the end.

Buddy “The Rifleman” Hall

Buddy Hall has been around the game of pool for a good two decades. And just like our previous player, he practically hustled every single player he met. But, Buddy and Vernon aren’t really the same type of people. For buddy, taking money from strangers in pubs in joints wasn’t enough, he wanted more. That’s why he often played big tournaments and proved he can go head to head against anyone. Over the last 30 years, Buddy won 28 titles and showed that he’s a member of Hall of Fame for a reason.

Efren Manalang Reyes

If you were to ask 100 pool experts: “Who’s the greatest player of all time?”, at least 95 of them would respond: “Efren Reyes”, and you can’t really blame them. Born on August 26th, 1954, Efren Manalang Reyes is a without any doubt the greatest player who has ever picked up a pool cue in his hands. Ever since he first started playing this game, he showed that he has great potential, but later on, he proved everyone that it’s much more than just raw talent, he proved everyone he was destined for greatness by beating every opponent he came across and by winning over 70 titles.

Ron Dooley

We don’t know many things about Ron Dooley’s personal life, but one thing is for sure, he is one of the greatest American pool players of all time. When he started playing pool, he was a notorious hustler, he could take money from pretty much everyone. But, later on, he realized that there’s more to life than hustling people, so, he decided to do start making videos about trick shots, many of which he invented.

Shane Von Boening

Shane Van Boening is one of the youngest players on our list, but don’t let that fool you, because he’s incredible. Even though he is hearing impaired, Shane is currently in the top 10 players in the world. But, when we take a look at his family, we shouldn’t be surprised that he turned out to be a pool prodigy. Four of his family members are professional players, so, no one is really shocked that Shane is one of the best players to every play this game.

Earl Strickland

Considered one of the best 9-ball players of all time, Earl “The Pearl” Strickland is an absolute legend when it comes to the game of pool. He has almost 60 championship titles under his belt, he won pretty much everything a pool player can win and has proven himself to be a worthy member of billiards Hall of Fame.

Johnny Archer

Nicknamed “The Scorpion”, Johnny Archer is another American pool player on our list who is considered to be one of the most successful nine-ball pool players in the last 20 years or so. During his career, he won multiple titles and tournaments, and in 2009, he was inducted into Hall of Fame.

Mika Immonen

Mika Immonen, or, as some of you probably know him as “The Iceman”, is a professional pool player from Finland who has won almost 40 titles during his career. But, not only that he is an amazing pool player, but he is also extraordinary when it comes to snooker, considering he racked up over 100 century breaks.

Francisco Bustamante

Bustamante is a Filipino professional pool player who won several major titles in Europe and Asia, which turned him into an international superstar. He started playing this game when he was only 10 years old, so it’s not surprising that he’s one of the best players we’ve ever seen.

Darren Appleton

Just like Francisco, and many other players on our list, Darren started playing pool when he was a young boy, to be more precise when he was just 12 years old. His skills helped him win over 25 titles and he was even number one player in the world in 2013.

Alex Pagulayan

Last but not least, on our list of the most famous pool hustlers, we have another Filipino sensation, Alex Pagulayan. Not only that he is extremely successful when it comes to pool, but he also won two titles in Snooker too. Wherever he plays, Alex is always a fan favorite, and without any doubt deserves a place on every list that ranks best or most famous pool players in the world.

Greatest Matches – Efren ‘Bata’ Reyes VS Top 5 Famous Pool Players

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NFL Cap Space & Team Free Agent/Draft Needs

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Here are the NFL Teams in order by cap space and the positions of need for this coming season. Make sure to listen to the radio show today for all the discussion.

1IN 106411235 PR, WR, LB, DL
2NJ 102,149,882 PR, OT, G. C, RB, WR
3HO 80,913,667 OT, G, C, RB
4BF 79,986,112 WR2 , OL, RB, TE
5CL 79,149,465 DT, WR, LB, CB
6OK 72,915,680 PR, S, WR CB
7SF 67,493,622 PR, DB, WR, LB
8SE 49,863,466 PR, OL, LB, WR
9CN 49,417,713 LB, G, OT, TE
10DA 47,545,275 WR, DT, OT, RB
11TN 43,464,313 DT, OLB, G-C, WR, TE
12AZ 37,586,094 WR, ILB, CB, TE
13DV 34,491,784 CB, OL, WR, TE
14GB 34,438,760 PR, S, G/T, WR, TE, ILB
15DT 33,623,442 PR, TE, CB, WR
16NG 27,002,535 QB, OL, LB, S
17KC 24,976,203 S, CB, RB, TE, DL
18LC 22,523,868 LB, DT, OT, QB
19LR 22,512,887 PR, CB, S, OL
20AT 22,383,182 DT, OL, DE, CB
21NE 19,345,720 WR, QB, OL
22BA 18,560,157 OL, WR, OLB, RB
23CR 17,459,065 PR, C, LB
24WA 16,969,921 OLB, WR, G
25PT 16,304,956 WR, ILB CB, RB
26TB 15,633,489 DT, OT, ILB, DB
27CH 13,616,141 S, CB, OL, RB
28NO 10,774,712 OL, TE, WR, DT, S
29MI 9,591,316 QB, PR, OL, CB
30MN 5,340,897 G, PR, DT, LB
31PH 4,183,815 RB, DE, S, OL
32JK ($2,390,428) QB, TE, OL, WR THE WORST RUN TEAM IN NFL
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Cleveland Browns Training Camp and How to Get There

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Cleveland Browns Training Camp

Cleveland Browns Training Camp

If you are looking to get a glance and the new roster of the Cleveland Browns for 2018, head over to their training facility in Berea Ohio July 26 for 15 open-to-the-public practices. The area has greatly improved over the past 12 years, adding new seating last year and this year to accommodate more fans.

Starting June 29th at 10am, you can register for tickets online or on the Browns mobile app. Season ticket holders can start getting tickets two days early on June 27th. And walk-ups will be allowed into the facility if there is room on any given day. When you register, you can request four tickets for three different days.

Park at Baldwin Wallace and walk to the Beech Street entrance one hour prior to the beginning of practice for the best spots.

Dates and Times

Thursday, July 26: 2:35-5:30 p.m.

Friday, July 27: 3-5:55 p.m.

Saturday, July 28: 2:35-5:30 p.m.

Sunday, July 29: 3-5:55 p.m.

Monday, July 30: 2:35-5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 1: 3-5:55 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 2: 3-5:55 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 3: 4-5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 4: 4-5:30 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 6: 3-5:55 p.m.

Tuesday Aug. 7: 3-5:55 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 12: 3-5:55 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 13: 3-5:55 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug. 14: 3-5:55 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 15: 2:35-5:30 p.m.

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Josh Cribbs Joins Browns As An Intern Coach

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Josh Cribbs

Josh Cribbs

While many Browns fans expected Josh Cribbs to play for Cleveland, it looks like he will instead be coaching the Browns. He’s joined his old team once again, having left the organization back in 2012. This time, though, he’ll be a special teams coaching intern working under Hue Jackson.

Jackson said that he wants to put Cribbs in a position where he can be successful and learn more about what it takes to coach players on a professional team. He was impressed with the way that Cribbs wants to strengthen the Browns organization. Having been a successful return man, it looks like Cribbs has plenty of personal experience that he can apply to his new career as a special teams coach.

Cribbs originally applied to be an assistant, but the job was already filled by veteran coach Sam Shade. Jackson didn’t want to let the three-time Pro Bowler slip through his fingers, though, and it looks like the new deal should benefit both of them as well as the team. Jackson warned Cribbs about how long the hours are when you work as a coach, however.

Not everyone is cut out for the grueling schedule that coaches suffer through, but Cribbs has enough experience as a player as well as an analyst to know what that’s like. He provided commentary for the Browns on WOIO TV 19 last year, and he’s tied for the most kickoff touchdown returns in NFL history. Josh Cribbs joins Browns greats like Gerald McNeil and Dino Hall on a short list of the greatest special teamers the organization ever had, so he should be up for the challenge. If nothing else, then he should certainly find that he has an attentive ear from second-year kick returner Jabrill Peppers.

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