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20 Mar 19
DDMarketTrends

The latest trending report Global Ether Amine Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 offered by DecisionDatabases.com is an informative study covering the market with detailed analysis. The report will assist reader with better understanding and decision making. Ether amines are a unique class of industrial chemicals used primarily in epoxy systems. Mainly […]

20 Mar 19
CGHOW

Art by Vitalii Moskalets @vit.moskalets Freelance Character Artist Maiev Shadowsong Sculpt Low poly textured version coming soon. Based on a concept art from Warcraft 3: Reforged #cg #fanart #zbrush #substancepainter #3dart #characterdesign #conceptart #arnoldrender #digitalsculpt #pixology #model #charactermodel #artstation #artstationhq #marvelousdesigner #zbrushtuts #cgarts #sketches #painting #mudbox #autodesk #3dprint #conceptdesign #cgsociety #3dmax #maya #characterart #2d #creature […]

20 Mar 19
Lauren Emily Juarez

We had a guest speaker come into our Entreprenueship class named Eric Zhong. He started off the lecture by letting us know that only four short years ago, he was in the same position we are in right now, a student. Right now, he is a Mechanical engineer major at Cal Poly. He got to […]

20 Mar 19
SCNG
#gallery-1709679-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1709679-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1709679-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1709679-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ After knocking in two runs, Millikan’s Moises Guzman (31) is tagged out at second by Poly’s Troy Criss at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Jesse Simon pitches to Millikan at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Dominic Salerno (13) was called out as well as the batter after it was called for interference on Millikan shortstop Christian Yogi at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Dominic Salerno (13) was called out as well as the batter after it was called for interference on Millikan shortstop Christian Yogi at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Millikan’s Christian Yogi (2) is forced out at second base by Poly’s Troy Criss at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Jesse Simon throws to a Millikan batter at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Millikan’s Julian Aguiar throws to a Poly batter at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Troy Criss, right, grabs a ground ball as shortstop Chris Murphy backs him up at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Millikan’s Julian Aguiar pitches to a Poly batter at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) After Poly runners got on base in the first inning, Millikan’s Julian Aguiar gets set to pitch at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Daniel Mariscal scores in the first inning on a sacrifice bunt at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Edgar Rosales connects for an RBI single at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Jesse Simon throws to a Millikan batter at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Millikan’s Moises Guzman steals second base ahead of the tag by Poly shortstop Chris Murphy at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Troy Criss throws out Millikan batter Daniel Murillo at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Poly’s Jesse Simon gets set to pitch to a Millikan batter at Blair Field in Long Beach on Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) LONG BEACH – The anticipated pitching duel at the heart of Wednesday night’s Blair Field showdown for the Moore League lead didn’t materialize, at least not in the expected fashion, as Millikan’s Julian Aguiar and Poly’s Jesse Simon labored through their most difficult outings this season. Neither was sharp, perhaps Simon’s three-strikeout fifth inning aside, and a sloppy, back-and-forth affair finally went Poly’s way, a 6-4 triumph captured with three unearned runs in the top of the sixth. Chris Murphy delivered the key hit for the Jackrabbits (8-3-1 overall, 4-0 league), his two-out single to center bringing home Daniel Salerno and Troy Criss for a 5-4 lead to chase Aguiar (2-2) after two errors provided opportunity. Jordan Guevara added the sixth run on a wild pitch by reliever Tyler Conant. Millikan (8-4, 3-1), which had taken a 4-3 lead with three runs in the fourth, fell into a second-place tie with Lakewood, which takes on Poly in the second game of a Blair Field doubleheader on Wednesday, March 27. Aguiar, whose work was critical in Millikan’s league-title run last year, came in with a 1.38 earned-run average, and Simon had been even better, surrendering just 11 hits and no earned runs in 20 innings while striking out 16 and walking just one. Neither approached such form this time. Aguiar gave up six hits, walked five and hit two batters while struggling to find the strike zone. Simon (3-0) conceded eight hits, walked five and went to three balls eight times. All four Millikan runs were earned. Poly took a three-run lead in the top of the first, when Jordan Guevara drew a one-out walk and Daniel Mariscal and Murphy followed with singles to load the bases. Aguiar’s wild pitch brought in the first run, Simon’s sacrifice bunt brought in the second and Edgar Rosales’ single to right made it 3-0. Millikan got one back in the bottom of the inning. Moises Guzman led off with a walk, stole second, went to third on Daniel Murillo’s groundout and came home on Christian Yogi’s sacrifice fly. Two more walks and Nico Briones’ infield single loaded the bases, but Simon got Griffin Misajon on a comebacker to the mound to exit with minimal damage. The Rams sent eight to the plate in the fourth. Misajon singled with one out, Troy Harding walked, and Caleb Brandon doubled to left-center to make it 3-2. Guzman then singled down the left-field line to bring home pinch-runner Justin Barnett and Brandon with the tying and go-ahead runs but was thrown out trying to take second. Simon then walked Murillo and Yogi doubled to left-center, but Cody Bey popped up for the third out. Millikan got the leadoff batter on base in the sixth — reliever Isaac Richardson retired the next three batters — then put two on in the seventh. Richardson struck out Misajon to end the game.
20 Mar 19
Our Minnesota Farmhouse

I’m back and this time I am very excited to finally talk about our farmhouse table makeover! This was a project that I knew I wanted to do fairly soon after moving into our house, though almost a year later and I’m only just now able to say we have a functional, yet BEAUTIFUL farmhouse […]

20 Mar 19
Whittier Daily News
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Press Telegram
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Daily News
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Pasadena Star News
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Daily Breeze
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Orange County Register
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Press Enterprise
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Redlands Daily Facts
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
Daily Bulletin
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
SCNG
LOS ANGELES — Stefan Flintoft’s family presented him with a book after his final UCLA game. As the punter stood in the parking lot of the Rose Bowl after UCLA’s season-ending game against Stanford, Flintoft looked through pages of newspaper clippings and photos complied by his mother and older sister to commemorate his Bruins career. The family might have to start a second edition for a possible NFL career. Flintoft, along with several of his former UCLA teammates like tight end Caleb Wilson, offensive lineman Andre James and quarterback Wilton Speight, took the field at UCLA on Tuesday for the program’s annual pro day. Wilson and James, the only UCLA representatives at the NFL combine this year, will likely be the team’s first draft picks off the board this spring, with Wilson possibly landing as high as the second or third round after leading the Bruins in receiving yards last year. Making the cut for an NFL team is already a rare feat, but for late bloomers like Flintoft and receiver Christian Pabico who didn’t receive scholarships until the final stages of their collegiate careers, the odds seem even longer. The pair of walk-ons turned starters aren’t strangers to beating out tough competition, though. “Just whenever I get a phone call, whoever wants to take the chance, I’ll show up and I’ll try to outwork whoever it is I’m competing against,” Flintoft said Tuesday. The punter said his workout in front of scouts was an unfortunate off-day. He won the starting job in 2017 due to his consistency, but he said he couldn’t find a groove during the most important audition of his football career. He hit the equipment shed on the side of the field with one of his punts. But he also boomed other kicks, showing the leg strength that helped him led the Pac-12 in punting last year at 45.8 yards per punt with a long of 70 yards. His season average was the best in school history since 2010 when Jeff Locke, who was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, matched the mark. Flintoft, who did not play in his final UCLA game due to a hip flexor injury, is just the sixth punter in UCLA history to average more than 45 yards per kick over the season. Flintoft edged out Pabico for the final available scholarship in 2017, although the receiver had his most productive year that season. While still a walk-on redshirt junior, Pabico played in all 13 games with 18 catches, 280 yards and one touchdown. Last year, which was his first on scholarship, he had 13 catches and 140 yards with five starts. On Tuesday, the Long Beach Poly grad wanted to show scouts his speed and thought he left a good impression with a 40-yard dash clocked in the low 4.5-second to high 4.4-second range. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]When he started at UCLA, Pabico said his biggest goal was to just play special teams. Then he earned a scholarship, had significant playing time on offense and started games. It surpassed his biggest dreams. He’s not done dreaming yet after pro day. “Hopefully they see something that they liked and give me a shot,” Pabico said. “Because I feel like that’s all I needed at UCLA, to just (for someone) give me an opportunity and I hope that at the next level, I just need an opportunity.” QUICK HITS Other UCLA prospects included 2018 seniors defensive backs Adarius Pickett and Nate Meadors and running back Bolu Olorunfunmi. Alumni including Alex Van Dyke, Eldridge Massington and Mossi Johnson also worked out among other players from Hawaii and Azusa Pacific University. … Former UCLA assistant coaches Eric Yarber and Jedd Fisch were seen on the field speaking with their former players. Both currently coach with the Rams.
20 Mar 19
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