Michael Sholty

Michael Sholty


A proud Purdue Boilermaker who is obsessed about all things sports. I'm currently a Senior at Purdue majoring in computer science. I also teach the introductory course on Java here at Purdue. I love sharing my knowledge and helping others.

Some of my hobbies include:
Watching sporting events on TV (was this one too obvious?)
Playing softball, football and especially basketball
Playing guitar
Computer games
Being outdoors in general

I've been playing fantasy sports for 3 years now, and although I have much to learn, I have good instincts about players and I'm pretty successful! I'm excited about sharing my fantasy intuition with the world. I love all sorts of feedback, discussion, arguments...so if you have something to say after reading my articles leave me a comment and I'll do my best to respond! You can reach me through any of these mediums:

AIM: Drawman101
Twitter: Drawman101
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/msholty
Email: msholty@purdue.edu

Two things I *love* are writing and fantasy sports. I think I'm going to fit in just fine here.

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  • John Lorge posted 2980 days ago

    John  Lorge

    I have unleashed my Fantasy Football QB Rankings! Bring the debate and be sure to watch the videos.


  • Jacob Sloan posted 3004 days ago

    Jacob Sloan

    Between Moreno and Beanie Wells, I'd definitely take Wells. Neither back is in an ideal situation to score a lot of touchdowns, but Moreno has such a wealth of veteran talent behind him that I find it hard to believe that Josh McDaniels, a product of the New England system, will not use them all. Moreno is lucky if he gets to stay in on passing downs and in short-yardage situations. Wells, on other hand, might find himself getting the majority of the carries right away as long as Arizona doesn't feel Hightower needs to be a touchdown vulture.

  • John Lorge posted 3005 days ago

    John  Lorge

    How will the NFL's top position battles impact fantasy football?