A Las Vegas prep football standout took his time on stage at the NFL draft to give Roger Goodell a message.
A handful of players with Las Vegas ties are expected to be selected in the NFL draft this week at Caesars Palace.
The 2022 class of the Southern Nevada Sports of Hall originally was going to be inducted in June 2020 before COVID-19 ceremony wiped out the ceremony.
Haskell Garrett battled his way to All-Big Ten honors as a fifth-year senior in 2021 despite spraining his ankle midway through the season against Maryland.
The Pro Bowl showed how easily Las Vegas Ballpark can be transformed into a practice field for NFL all-stars and a facility for marquee high school football games.
Two players — Liberty’s Saco Alofipo (Utah State) and Faith Lutheran’s Jordan Pollard (San Jose State) — signed with Football Bowl Subdivision schools Wednesday.
Scholarship opportunities for the senior class were limited by a number of factors, but several players throughout the valley will sign with colleges starting Wednesday.
Tate Martell, who was most recently a quarterback at UNLV, is retiring from football, an official UNLV spokesperson confirmed to the Review-Journal.
Seven Bishop Gorman seniors who were key members of their Class 5A state-championship football team signed to play in college Wednesday.
Liberty wide receiver Germie Bernard committed to Washington in the summer before his junior year. Bishop Gorman offensive lineman Jake Taylor gave his verbal pledge to Oklahoma in July.