Author | Jeffrey Gilley

Final NFL Mock Draft

April 18, 2013 | Jeffrey Gilley

1. Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Fisher, Tackle, Central Michigan Many were projecting Luke Joeckel to go here but I think Fisher would be the better pick. Fisher has more upside and is a more athletic prospect. 2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dion Jordan, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Oregon Out of all the players in the draft, Jordan may [...]

Will the Ravens defense improve in 2013?

April 01, 2013 | Jeffrey Gilley

Four weeks ago, everyone outside of Baltimore was skeptical of Ozzie Newsome. First, Anquan Boldin was traded to the 49ers. Shortly after, Paul Kruger signed with the Browns and Dannell Ellerbe left for Miami. Ellerbe was viewed as the top priority for the Ravens but the Dolphins were willing to pay more for his services. [...]

NFL mock draft 2.0

March 04, 2013 | Jeffrey Gilley

1. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Jeockel, tackle, Texas A&M Jeockel has been connected to the Chiefs for a long time. The Chiefs have their franchise quarterback in Alex Smith and need to protect him. If they can resign Branden Albert, they will have one of the better tackle duo’s in the league. 2. Jacksonville Jaguars: [...]

NFL Mock Draft 1.0

February 11, 2013 | Jeffrey Gilley

The NFL Draft is my favorite event of the year. Therefore, expect about 20 more of these mock drafts. These are my early projections for the first round. 1. Chiefs: Luke Joeckel: tackle, Texas A&M. No quarterback here. Geno Smith, Tyler Wilson, and Matt Barkley are good, but there is not a true franchise quarterback [...]

Players the Ravens could draft in the first round

February 10, 2013 | Jeffrey Gilley

While the draft is 70 plus days away it’s never too early to predict what player the Ravens could draft in the first round. The Ravens have many needs so I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ozzie Newsome trade out of the first round like he has done so many times before. Here are several [...]

Jeffrey Gilley

I am a Junior at High Point University but a native of Northern Virginia. I love the Ravens and the NFL is where my true passion lies. I hope to become a sports journalist one day and hopefully broadcast football games.