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Bleacher Report’s Michael Felder Joins Scott and Jeremy
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JULY 14: National League All-Star Yasiel Puig #66 of the Los Angeles Dodgers bats during the Gillette Home Run Derby at Target Field on July 14, 2014 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Michael Felder, a writer for Bleacher Report, joins Scott and Jeremy to talk baseball standings and college quarterback hopefuls.
Felder, who recently attended a football camp in Oregon which hosted the top recruits in the country, identified the quarterbacks with the highest potential.
“Brandon Winbush from New Jersey really impressed me. He’s probably got the strongest arm there,” said Felder.
“There was also a 341-pound lineman who was moving very fast. To me, he’s the top recruit this year,” Felder added.
As far as the teams signing these young players, there are a couple of schools that could surprise some people this year.
“I don’t think it’s much of a surprise that I have Michigan State and UCLA as my two dark-horse teams,” said Felder. “They both look great defensively, and have new quarterbacks to show off, as well.”
Given that all-star game had just been played, Scott and Jeremy asked Felder to pick his World Series contestants.
“I did not think the Tigers were going to be this good this year. I’ve got to go with Oakland [in the AL], though,” Felder admitted.
“On the other side, it’s tough to bet against St. Louis. I’d like to see the Dodgers make it so we could see Puig and Cespedes in the World Series.”