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Frazier, Kevon

Card: Sage 2016
Acquired: 2016, Box Breaker

A traditional in the box safety, Kavon Frazier really knew how to lay down the wood at Central Michigan. His best year for the Chippewas happened as a Senior when Kavon posted 108 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss, a pick and 4 passes defensed.  He’d be selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the 6th round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Kavon fits in well with the Cowboys defensive alignment and has slowly worked his way up from special teams. With free agency decimating the Cowboys secondary in 2017, Kavon had to step it up a notch. He finished 2017 with 33 combined tackles and a forced fumble, and started his first two contests in 2018.

Driskel, Jeff

Card: Sage 2016 (59/250)
Acquired: 2017, Box Breaker

Jeff Driskell started his college career at Florida, but after losing the starting job (partially due to injury) he opted to transfer for his final year of eligibility to Louisiana Tech.  While playing for LA Tech, Jeff had his best year in 2015, starting all 13 games and going 279 of 448 for 4,026 yards, and 27 touchdowns to just 8 interceptions. By all accounts this was the best school single season performance by any quarterback since Tim Rattay.

A multi-sport athlete Jeff was not only selected by the San Fransisco 49ers in the 6th round of the 2016 NFL draft, he was also selected by the Boston Red Sox of the MLB in 2013. He was released before final cut downs in 2016, but was snapped up by the Cincinnati Bengals, where he served as the 3rd string QB.

Trapped behind Andy Dalton and AJ McCarron, it didn’t really seem like Jeff was going to go far in Cinci, but the coaching staff has really taken a liking to him. AJ McCarron was traded in the 2018 off-season to Buffalo, and an open QB competition ensued for backup between Matt Barkley and Jeff. He played well enough that it was believed that Jeff may have had the inside track on the job, but he suffered an injury during the preseason and began the 2018 campaign on IR.

Scheu, Steven

Card: Sage 2016
Acquired: 2017, Box Breaker


Steven Scheu played college ball for Vanderbilt at tight end. Clocking in at 6’5″, 245, Scheu certainly has the size but needs to fill out his frame to be a more effective blocker. His best season came in 2014 when he posted 39 catches for 525 yards and 4 touchdowns earning him All-SEC Honors. Steven finished his career for the Commodores with 83 receptions for 933 yards and 7 touchdowns.  He’d go undrafted in 2016, but sign with the Patriots as a free agent. After being cut Scheu was later signed to the Broncos practice squad. During the 2017 preseason, Steven caught a 21 yard TD from backup Kyle Sloter, but it wouldn’t be enough to help him make the roster. Currently Steven is a free agent.