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Updates on Cardinal targets like Ty Jones, Elijah Molden and Salvon Ahmed.
Stanford OT Kyle Murphy drafted 200th by Green Bay Packers
Congratulations to Kyle Murphy and best of luck in the NFL https://t.co/otq1gVYyhz— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) April 30, 2016
The Green Bay Packers drafted Stanford Tackle Kyle Murphy in the 6th Round, the 200th pick overall. Murphy is the second Stanford offensive lineman taken in the 2016 draft. The San Francisco 49ers surprised some folks when they traded up to take Joshua Garnett in the first round Thursday night. Murphy joins his Stanford teammate Blake Martinez who was also selected by the Packers in this draft.
Stanford QB Kevin Hogan picked by Kansas City Chiefs
Best of luck to @khoagie8 who was drafted by the @Chiefs https://t.co/R8IdXNRSJc— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) April 30, 2016
David Shaw previously commented that if there were a Mount Rushmore of Stanford quarterbacks, Kevin Hogan would belong on it. And why not? Hogan was the winningest quarterback in Stanford history (36), the most productive quarterback in Stanford history (10,634 total yards), and the Stanford quarterback with the highest passer efficiency in school history (171.03). This ranked him ahead of even Stanford greats like Andrew Luck, John Elway, and Jim Plunkett.
Hooper picked by Falcons
Austin Hooper is the fourth Stanford tight end to be picked in the NFL Draft.
Best Stanford players in the draft this decade!
Andrew Luck and Richard Sherman are featured.
Will Kevin Hogan get drafted?
A few Stanford prospects hang on the edge of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Which Stanford products get picked in the draft?
The Stanford Cardinal have a lot of great players who could get selected like Josh Garnett, Blake Martinez and Austin Hooper.
Stanford at the NFL Combine updates
Stanford Cardinal draft prospects Joshua Garnett, Blake Martinez and Austin Hooper all were part of the NFL Combine experience.
Stanford still tries to land Demetris Robertson
Also updates on the Cardinal targeting commit Kaden Smith and Martin Andrus.
Stanford football recruiting commit: Tucker Fisk, Davis tight end
Stanford Picks up Another Great Tight-End Commit (@FiskTucker) https://t.co/X1cBz8CwnC pic.twitter.com/EwRhAXAlUl— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) March 1, 2016
"I sat down with my parents, we talked about it and I just decided it's where I want to be," Fisk said. "So I called coach and committed." He also explained what stood out about Stanford later in the interview. "You can't get a combination of academics like Stanford has and football like Stanford has anywhere else. Going there just seemed like a special place and I just wanted to be a part of it."
Stanford must win on road to win Pac-12 in 2016
Stanford will play Oregon, UCLA, Washington, Arizona, Notre Dame and Cal all on the road in a span of nine weeks
Stanford had an eventful National Signing Day
The Stanford Cardinal have had a solid recruiting class
Stanford football 2017 recruiting news
Davis Mills, Colby Parkinson, Legacy Fisk, Stuart Head are big targets for the Cardinal.
Stanford Steals Penn State Legacy Andrew Pryts
Pryts was committed to the Nittany Lions for a long time and his father played for Joe Paterno
Stanford football commits: Devery Hamilton & Dorian Maddox, Baltimore teammates
2016 Stanford Recruiting: Stanford Picks up Devery Hamilton and Teammate Dorian Maddox https://t.co/ehFDaHTCkI— SB Nation College (@sbncollege) January 30, 2016
"These two commits have pushed Stanford to be the number one class in the Pac-12 247sports rankings and moved the Cardinal up four to regain the number eleven spot in the nation. Hamilton is Stanford's 8th four-star in this class and 2nd four-star offensive line recruit. He is also the 4th offensive line commit in this already stacked class. Dorian Maddox joins Trevor Speights as the only two running backs in the class and he is also the 3rd two-star commit. This class is shaping up very well, and the Stanford faithful should expect more to come as signing day approaches."
Stanford football recruiting commit: Donald Stewart, New Jersey wide receiver
NJ Wide Receiver Donald Stewart chooses Stanford over Michigan https://t.co/wI86Ml1tGd pic.twitter.com/C00jbKKb16— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) January 31, 2016
Stewart's commitment is the third on the day and should put Stanford in the top-10 team rankings of some recruiting sites. The 3-star commit is ranked as the 16th best recruit in the state of New Jersey and also the 74th best wide receiver in the class. Within the class, Stewart is the third scholarship wide receiver, joining Paxton Segina and Simi Fehoko.
Stanford football recruiting commit: Dylan Powell, Missouri offensive guard
2016 Stanford Recruiting: OL Dylan Powell Chooses to Stanford https://t.co/7UewB64Upm pic.twitter.com/RwJxEvoXHg— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) February 2, 2016
"3-star Dylan Powell, is 6-3, which is a good height, and he has the frame to add on more muscle. Like most freshman need to do, Powell will need to put on another 20lbs to get upwards of 290lbs. That being said, he has proven himself to be powerful enough to knock defenders off the line. His leg torque drives defenders backwards which then allows him to get to the second level of defenders."
Stanford football commit: Obi Eboh, Southlake cornerback
DB Obi Eboh Officially Commits to Stanford https://t.co/D2tjZRAE2j pic.twitter.com/gDDpSOwIOy— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) January 29, 2016
In Eboh's senior highlight one skill that jumped out was his closing speed. He would be five yards away from a receiver, but when the ball arrives, Eboh would be there to bat it down. Another great asset Eboh has to offer is his length.
Stanford football rolling to another top 15 class
The Cardinal have commits like Brent Peus, Jovan Swann, Thomas Schaffer, Mike Williams and Semi Fehoko ready to be in Palo Alto.
Stanford football recruiting commit: Scooter Harrington, Connecticut tight end
#CardClass16 adds another tight-end (@scootalilcloser) https://t.co/FX5YvogmkJ pic.twitter.com/YSzoEaNTUH— Sean Levy (@slevy1309) January 25, 2016
Scooter Harrington committing to Stanford means Stanford flipped two recruits this weekend. Harrington was originally committed to Boston College, and he had been committed since February of last year. Harrington is a tight-end which makes him the third tight-end in this class. Stanford is losing two tight-ends (Hooper to the NFL and Cotton to play on the defensive line), so this is a great addition.
Stanford recruiting targeting big top prospects
Demetris Robertson, Dylan Powell, Tangaloa Kaufusi, JJ Parson, Geraud Sanders, Micah Croom and more top prospects are being targeted by the Cardinal.
Stanford center Graham Shuler ending his football career
I just published “A Sincerest Thank You To Stanford University” https://t.co/DgvX7XFurK— Graham Shuler (@GrahamShuler) January 19, 2016
"Almost four years ago I chose to leave the comfort of Nashville and the southern football-loving culture with which I was so familiar. In doing so, I was taking a chance to pursue the opportunity of a lifetime to attend the greatest university in the world. At that time, I wasn’t making a decision predicated on the next four years, but on the next forty years. This January I found myself in the similar position of making a long-term decision. I could continue to play football or I could move on to pursue new passions and opportunities."
Stanford has some recruits they want to close on
Cardinal recruiting updates on Obi Eboh, Donald Stewart, Jeffrey McColluch.
Stanford loses commitment of four-star LB Beau Bisharat
RB Beau Bisharat decommits from Stanford, per @slevy1309: https://t.co/GbbZc2TVts pic.twitter.com/RZ0U2OLHJn— Rule of Tree (@RuleofTree) January 19, 2016
Bisharat originally committed to Stanford on May 30th less than a week after he received the offer from running backs coach, Lance Taylor. Bisharat had (and still has) offers from Oregon, Arizona, and Arizona State. Oregon was the popular landing place for him before he committed to Stanford. The reason being, Bisharat's dad played for Oregon back in the late 70s and early 80s.
Run Starts Now: #USC vs #Arizona Preview#FightOn #BearDownhttps://t.co/Gi75HQG31Q— Sports By Scondi (@CScondi) October 13, 2016
ASU Football: Sun Devils land speedster Ryan Newsome, will sit out 2016 https://t.co/8HYMLpaBnh pic.twitter.com/9h0ki3k3F7— Kaelen Jones (@kaelenjones) July 30, 2016
Jahvid Best is an Olympian (first ever with NFL experience), named to St. Lucia track team! Congrats @J4hvidbest! https://t.co/ZdFrna0P94— GoldenBlogs (@GoldenBlogs) July 16, 2016
Oregon WR and Olympic hurdler Devon Allen will go for gold in Rio and come back to play football 17 days later.https://t.co/o5Nu47VCIW— SB Nation (@SBNation) July 27, 2016
Frontier Communications to launch Pac-12 Network in Southern California https://t.co/BHhJKcnngC— Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33) July 14, 2016