JCGridiron.com was launched on the Rivals Network previous to the 2005 season and is dedicated
to providing the highest quality national coverage of junior college football.
Brad Hoiseth is the founder and lead publisher on the site and controls
the day-to-day operations of JCGridiron.com.
Hoiseth has a background in public relations, broadcast communications,
sports information and is also the owner of jucaltransfer.com, a recruitment
publication sold to 4-year coaches looking to recruit players from the California
community colleges. He has over a decade of experience in the junior college
football landscape, serving multiple roles related to the sports information
Brad Hoiseth's Background
Some of Hoiseth's accomplishments include:
Member of California Community College Sports
Sports Information Assistant at Saddleback
Play-by-play voice for Saddleback College
sports at KSBR Radio
Sports Voice Radio Network reporter (Charger
Talk, Aztec Talk, Padre Talk)
Orange County Newschannel editor
Cal State Fullerton play-by-play internet
KCAL 9 Television in Los Angeles sports intern
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Dirty Thirty Brad speaks to Junior College coaches and
players around the country, watches Junior College football games, spends
time researching the programs and returning athletes, and has developed
a network of regional experts who help him with the JCGridiron Dirty Thirty.
Many publications use this as the official National Junior College Rankings
because the Dirty Thirty combines the NJCAA and California JCs together
in the rankings. The weekly rankings come out during the season, and after
the JC Bowl games.
Athlete Features and Rivals Radio Brad interviews many
Junior College athletes around the country who are being recruited to continue
their education and football careers by 4-year programs. You won't find
more accurate or thorough coverage anywhere. In addition, a Top-50 Athlete
list is provided in addition to the Team Rankings.
You can hear Brad on Rivals Radio discussing recruiting and the Junior College
football programs. His radio experience (see accomplishments) combined with
his experience with Junior College athletics makes him the most respected
voice on airwaves.
Player Rankings While it's never
easy to ranks athletes, Brad has a proven track record of identifying
Junior College athletes that will excel at the next level. Because Brad
attends many JUCO games, watches game film, and speaks to the head coaches,
he has a perspective that most people don't have.
If you feel there are athletes worth investigating,
please contact Brad and send game film and contact information. Brad Hoiseth
is Rivals voice for Junior College Football.