"One intriguing wrinkle in his recruitment is the move of Harvard assistant Yanni Hufnagel to Vanderbilt. Hufnagel recruited Travis' brother, Jonah, to Harvard, and has kept the Commodores in the running for Reid. "As soon as he went to Vanderbilt, he offered the next day," Travis said. "I'm definitely looking at them, trying to get on campus sometime in the fall."" Reid Travis, a 6'7" power forward from Minneapolis, is the #41 recruit in the nation according to Rivals.
Today Mike and Anthony talk about the sweeping suspensions in the NFC West, review the running back position, and chat with Christian from Anchor of Gold about 5th-round running back, Zac Stacy.
Vanderbilt linebacker Chase Garnham has been chosen as a potential candidate for the 2013 Lott IMPACT Award, which honors college football's defensive player of the year both on and off the field. Garnham, who has developed from athletic prospect into defensive leader in his time in Nashville, will lead a young linebacking corps this fall. He's one of five SEC defenders to be singled out by the Lott Award committee.
Andy Katz gives Vandy some love as a potential top 25 team next season and Seth Greenberg agrees. (5/2 podcast)
I didn't know this about Loki. Perhaps that's why he chooses to devour the hearts of his victims while they are still beating right there on the field - to remember the death of his own mortality.
Most interesting points - Stallings is likely to stick around another 6 years, it looks like KJ's going to have surgery to fix the shoulder, and Stallings thinks McClellan could have a huge impact next season ("there were many days this season where he was the best player on our team").