Mike Randall   

Ravens Analyst

Mike was born on the Eastern Shore, raised in Finksburg, and currently resides in Parkville. In 2009, Mike graduated from the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland. Mike became a Baltimore City Fire Fighter in late 2010. Mike has appeared as a guest on Q1370. Now a Sr. Ravens Analyst for BSL, he be reached at mike.randall@baltimoresportsandlife.com.

 

Articles by Mike Randall


Scouting: Jesse James – TE, Penn St.

  Year – Junior HT/WT – 6’7”/261 lbs Expected draft spot 3rd – 5th round   “The Outlaw”. “The Road Dogg”. Can the Ravens draft him just because of the cool nicknames that go along with being named Jesse James?  … Continue reading

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Scouting: David Johnson – RB, Northern Iowa

  Year: Senior (RS) HT/WT: 6’ 1″ / 224 lbs Expected draft spot: 3rd to 4th round   Running backs are becoming less and less prevalent in the first round of the NFL draft. Bishop Sankey was the first RB … Continue reading

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Scouting: Quinten Rollins – CB, Miami (Ohio)

  Year: Senior (RS) HT/WT: 5’11”, 193 lbs. Expected Draft pick: Round 2-3   In his senior year, Quinten Rollins averaged 6.9 points per game, 3.9 rebounds per, and 3.9 assists per…wait. My bad. Wrong sport. After running point guard … Continue reading

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Scouting: Marcus Peters – CB, Washington

Year: Junior (RS) HT/WT: 6’0”, 198 lbs. Expected draft position: Late first round   Marcus Peters is a “buyer beware” kind of prospect. Before we take a look at the tape, let it be known that Peters comes with a … Continue reading

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Scouting: Tony Lippett – WR, Michigan State

Year: Senior (RS) HT/WT: 6’2 ½” / 192 lbs. Expected draft pick: Third round   Tony Lippett is an interesting prospect. He is a quality wide out, and a quality cornerback. Good enough at playing CB that Michigan State Head … Continue reading

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Scouting: Devin Smith – WR, Ohio State

    Year: Senior HT/WT: 6’ 3/8”, 190 lbs Expected draft pick: Late first round   Devin Smith has been a contributor for the reigning National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes for all four of his years with the program. He … Continue reading

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Scouting: Sammie Coates – WR, Auburn

Pos./School: WR/Auburn Year: Junior (RS) HT/WT: 6’ 1 3/8”, 213 lbs. Expected draft pick: Late first, early second round Sammie Coates was one of three redshirt juniors eligible to participate in the Senior Bowl (graduated early). At weigh in, his … Continue reading

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2014 NFL Player Rankings, Offensive Players of the Year

Using Z-Score throughout the season, we’ve tracked who is worthy of the “elite” tag. With the NFL Honors set to take place tonight on the eve of the Super Bowl. We’ll take a look at the front runners for MVP, … Continue reading

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Which Ravens offensive free agents mesh with Trestman?

Marc Trestman is the new Offensive Coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens. With the news, the first thing to analyze is what offensive scheme will he bring to Baltimore, and is it a good fit? Come to find out, Trestman is … Continue reading

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Is Adam Gase a fit for Baltimore?

Gary Kubiak accepted his dream job as head coach of the Denver Broncos. He backed up John Elway for years in his playing days. He coached under Mike Shanahan when his playing days were up and engineered an offense that … Continue reading

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