MAC Athletes In The Pros
Eastern Michigan has only had two players selected in the last five NFL Drafts, but Maxx Crosby and his $99 million contract is at the top of the list for MAC defenders.
Ball State only has one pick over the last five drafts, but they’ve already made an impact in their new home.
The Glass City, despite mixed conference success, has become one of the Mid-American Conference’s pro development pipelines.
The Bulls currently have two draft picks on NFL rosters over the last five years, with an army of UDFAs following close behind them.
Miami has two draft picks over the last five seasons who are currently playing pro ball after a five-season drought of selections prior.
The Bobcats have been a reliable source of talent in recent years, between their three draft picks and UDFA talents.
CMU remains one of the MAC’s better pro prospect factories, with three starters selected over the last five drafts.
WMU is in the midst of a golden age of professional success, with eight players drafted over the last five seasons.
The boys recap the weekend in MAC baseball, discuss some basketball transfer news, and take a look at the former MAC players competing in the upcoming USFL season!
There’s a lot of intrigue surrounding the USFL Draft, the renewed spring league which promises competitive ball. Watch out for MAC names with us as coverage goes live!
The Jets and Lions will get a look at several former #MACtion stars in Mobile this week, with five players looking to impress the NFL scouts.
Football season is almost ready to kick off in the Great White North, and a good handful of former MAC stars will be participating.
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Thompson, EMU’s leading rebounder, will have a chance to start his professional career in Germany.
Sterling Sharp joins the list of former Eastern Michigan baseball alums in MLB after debuting with the Miami Marlins against the Baltimore Orioles.
Both of the MAC selections eligible for the CFL heard their names called on Thursday night, and will continue their careers in the Great North.
While the three transfers were credited as alums of other universities, Morgan, Osborn, and Danna first made a mark in the MAC.
The Rams select Miami’s ever-accurate All-MAC kicker at the end of the draft, in hopes of replacing Greg Zuerlein.
Pinter becomes the first Ball State draft selection since 2014 as he finds a new home in Indianapolis.
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