It’s hard to believe that the draft is finally here! As we count down the days, here is my final mock draft of the offseason, outlining where I think teams will go on draft day. I’m taking into account all of the hints, rumors, and leaks that we’ve heard up until this point on Wednesday before Thursday’s draft.
With Stanford’s 2021 NFL Pro Day now in the books, Draft Day looms large for the Cardinal’s future NFLers. Here’s where and when The Daily's Shan Reddy thinks that you can expect to see the Cardinal’s draft prospects going in this year’s NFL draft.
Though lucky fans of the last four teams left standing in the NFL playoffs are still glued to their screens this weekend, fans of the other 28 — my Detroit Lions certainly included — look towards April and free agency and proclaim with cautious confidence: Next year will be our year.
So, in honor of Big Game Week, I put together two rosters of currently active NFL players: one of Berkeley alums, and the other of Stanford alums. Here’s which positional group would win if the two faced off.
The Pacific IMPACT Foundation, a nonprofit devoted to recognizing and supporting national charities serving America’s youth, announced its 42-member Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List this past Thursday; the alphabetically sorted list was headlined by Stanford senior cornerback Paulson Adebo.
Both Stanford women’s and men’s tennis were off to strong starts before this season's untimely end due to COVID-19; the women’s team held a 10-2 record, and the men’s team was 8-5. Though play was abbreviated, four Cardinal shone enough to be recognized for their performances with ITA Northwest Regional Awards on Monday.
ESPN's National Football League draft analyst Mel Kiper released his 2021 NFL draft rankings last week with a list of his top five at every position, even digging into next year’s fullback group. Sports columnist Shan Reddy has thoughts.
Fifth-year Cardinal edge rusher Casey Toohill was selected with the Philadelphia Eagles’ final pick in this year’s NFL Draft on April 25; the Eagles used the 233rd overall pick, the 19th of the seventh round, to select the San Diego native.
Former Stanford tight end Colby Parkinson heard his name called on Day 3 of this year’s virtual NFL Draft. After starting in 12 games for the Cardinal last season, Parkinson will take his talents to the Seattle Seahawks, who selected him at No. 133 overall with the 27th pick in the fourth round of the…
Stanford men’s and women’s tennis earned wins this week at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. The No. 13 men’s team completed a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the No. 5 Ohio State Wednesday, and the team snapped a four-game losing streak. After falling to No. 1 USC, No. 12 TCU and No. 4 Texas twice over the past three weeks, the Stanford men bounced back with a strong performance all around at home.
After wins over strong opponents in the first two rounds of the ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Chicago this past weekend, the No. 1 Stanford women’s tennis team fell hard in a 0-4 loss to No. 4 UCLA on Sunday.
The No. 8 Stanford men’s tennis team stretched its winning streak to three this past weekend with back-to-back sweeps of Grand Canyon on Friday afternoon and Pacific on Saturday. The team is now 5-1 on the season at home and 6-1 overall.
Stanford football head coach David Shaw announced the signing of four more recruits on National Signing Day Wednesday, bringing the 2020 incoming class’ total to 26 signees.
The men's squad met mixed results while the women stayed perfect over the weekend.
Stanford tennis went undefeated in four games at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend this past Saturday and Sunday at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. The women’s team swept both of its weekend opponents, South Florida (USF) on Saturday and Washington State on Sunday, while the men’s team defeated Tulane 4-1 on Saturday and rival Cal 4-0 on Sunday.
In honor of the Big Game this week, we decided to put together a list of the best players in the NFL from Stanford and Cal by position. Here’s one full starting lineup made up exclusively of former Cardinal and Golden Bear players who are currently playing in the NFL.
’s the best football player I’ve been around, on the same team or coached,” Harbaugh told the AP before Luck’s 2010 Heisman ceremony. “And he’s equally one of the finest young men I’ve ever been around, too.”
Stanford tennis’ run in the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships ended quickly last weekend, with the Cardinal’s four representatives all falling in the first or second rounds. Stanford qualified seven players last season, but this year the team lacks the depth it’s had in years past. The Oracle ITA National Fall Championships features 128 of…
After three days of competition at Taube Family Tennis Stadium, one player remains for the Cardinal as the semifinal round of the 2019 ITA Men’s Northwest Regional Championships kicks off Monday morning. Sophomore Sangeet Sridhar defeated Gonzaga senior and 2019 First-Team Singles All-West honoree Samuel Feit (7-6(5), 6-3) on Saturday to reach the semis; he will face Cal sophomore Yuta Kikuchi on Monday morning at 10 a.m. Kikuchi is the tournament’s No. 1 seed and was named Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year at the end of last season.
Over the past decade, though, Steinmetz’s work has moved in focus from desolate desert landscapes to incisive climate change photojournalism, covering global food scarcity and some of the world’s largest and most brutal slaughterhouses.
It was a quiet week for Stanford players in the NFL, with many of the NFL’s former Cardinal players on byes during Week 7, including the Pittsburgh Steelers’ David DeCastro and the Carolina Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey. Usual contributors like the Philadelphia Eagles’ Zach Ertz and San Francisco 49ers’ Richard Sherman had quiet games, showing up when called upon but not providing any highlight plays or a notable stat line.