|04-06-2007, 11:11 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Interview with Josh Buchanon - d2football.com - nfldraftscout.com
Josh is the PREMIERE scout for small school (non D1) football. This kid is going to be a GM someday. Enjoy!
his bio from d2football.com
Josh Buchanan is in his second season as the D2Football.com Pro Prospects Analyst.
He has already built an impressive resume over the last three years, including developing many contacts within the NFL and all levels of college football. Buchanan is employed by NFLDraftScout.com and they have donated his services to D2Football.com.
At the age of 17 he started contributing to the College Scouting Bureau and does to this day. Buchanan has contributed to a Division 1-AA website where he was responsible for helping to compile All-Conference teams, player ratings, and All-American teams. He also did player interviews as well as the complete NFL Draft and All-Star Game coverage. His work has been featured in the website's first three preseason magazines published since the beginning of his career.
Josh also served as the Las Vegas All-American Classic Assistant Sports Information Director where he assisted in player selection and coordinated the press box on game day.
He is a member of the National Football Foundation and the Pro Football Writer's Association of America.
Buchanan currently resides in Lancaster, SC.
|04-07-2007, 02:04 AM||#2|
6-37, Raider fans.
Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Ceti Alpha V
That's gotta be a fun job. Travel to all these little schools and look for pro-scouts. You just never know...
|04-08-2007, 01:04 AM||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Hot Springs, Ouachitah
Anyone who doesn't scour Mississippi small schools is crazy.
I've told this story before...for some reason I'm on an older US highway and needed gas...I didn't really know shiny truck stops were one mile away. Man the poverty was rediculous. Shacks and barely any street lighting.
At any rate, alot of these kids are so poor they just run. It was like a deer crossing! They were running faster than I can pedal a bike! Remember where Rod Smith came from. Walter Payton I believe.