As always this is a ranking, not a mock draft. I am working on a list of 45. That will be next. One of my draft sleepers is Petr Hauser. I'm still playing around where I will rank him but he's caught my eye for sure. Shane Wright – C
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Jill Gonzalez Has Some Stunning Winter Olympics Facts and Statistics
Wallet hub Jill Gonzalez spoke to me about the Beijing Olympics. Here is a taste of the conversation: Some of the interesting statistics in the infographic include: $3.9 Billion: Estimated budget of the Beijing Winter Olympics, 14 times less than the record-setting 2014 Sochi Games. 223: Athletes on the U.S. team – a record
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USGA Created Some Early 2022 Excitement
In 1895 the USGA hosted a men’s and women’s U.S. Amateur tournament. They were ahead of their time but they still haven’t pushed the envelope for better opportunites for female golfers until this year. The recent announcement of the Pine Needles U.S. Women’s Open Championship will give the participants a
Jill Gonzalez Talks About The Best and Worst Sports Cites in the U.S.
To determine the cities where the game is always on regardless of season, WalletHub compared 392 small to large cities across the five largest sports in the U.S.: football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer. Best Large Sports Cities 1. Boston, MA 2. Los Angeles, CA 3. New York, NY 4. Pittsburgh, PA 5. Philadelphia, PA 6. Denver, CO 7. Washington, DC 8.