Jeff Barnes

Born in the Bronx, NY Jeff attended Mount Saint Michael Academy.  Jeff played Defensive back and Halfback, and was a member of the Catholic High School Football League 1992 City Championship team.  During his Senior Year he led CHSFL with 4 Interceptions.  In 1994 Jeff attended Grambling State University.  After leaving school in 1995, he started playing in the United Football League.  He would play for 8 years earning 3 Allstar nominations in the UFL and GSFL ( Garden State Football League).  After he decided that coaching was his next challenge, he would start out as a Defensive Backs coach.  He was elevated to Defensive Coordinator the following season.  He would later shift his focus to offense becoming an offensive coordinator, and was even named Head Coach in 2009.  He would serve as a coordinator reaching 4 league championship games.  The highlight was his final season as offensive coordinator winning the New England Football League AAA Championship in 2016 with the Western Connecticut Militia.  He picked up a knack for developing players with little to no experience as well as former collegiate athletes.  Jeff has knowledge of several offensive systems such as Air Coryell,  West Coast, Spread and Wishbone.  Jeff has coached both 4-3 and 3-4 defenses.  Jeff is also a Sports Management Worldwide Alumni having been mentored in a scouting and General Manager course by Russ Lande, Mark Dominik and John Wooten.  Jeff joined the Major League Football show MLF Weekly as a studio analyst in 2017.  He would leave the show in 2018 as he relocated to Florida.  He returned to coaching at the high school level in 2018. In 2019. he became the NFL Draft Writer/Contributor for


Alex Alston III

Alex born in Mount Vernon, NY.  Alex would discover his love of football at an early age playing Pop Warner football for the Mount Vernon Razorbacks.  He would attend Mount Saint Michael Academy playing Fullback and Linebacker.  He was awarded a scholarship to Pace University were he played Fullback and Linebacker.  He would earn his Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice with a Minor in Political Science.  He would later play for the legendary Brooklyn Mariners under the late Coach John "Pudgie" Walsh.  He would eventually leave the football field to pursue acting.  Alex was an original co-host of the Major League Football show MLF Weekly.  He left to continue his acting work appearing in several indie films and shows.  He returned as an analyst in the revamped MLF Weekly show in 2018.