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  1. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2sviMWs Merrell Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in MLB Draft Kevin Merrell becomes the third-highest player drafted in program history TAMPA, JUNE, 12, 2017 – University of South Florida junior shortstop Kevin Merrell (Odessa, Fla.) was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the Competitive Balance round A with the 33rd pick of the 2017 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft on Monday. Merrell is the only player in program history to lead the Bulls in hitting three-straight seasons. His .384 average in 2017 set an American Athletic Conference record, ranked top-20 nationally and was the 10th-best mark in single-season program history. He becomes the third-highest player drafted in program history and the third shortstop drafted in the first three rounds, joining Jason Dellaero (1st round, 16th pick in 1997) and Brett King (2nd round, 72nd pick in 1993). He is the first Bull to be drafted in the top five rounds since 2006, joining Dellaero and Scott Hemond (1st round, 15th pick in 1986) in the opening round. He becomes the first Bull to be selected in the first three rounds since 1997. Merrell was named to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team for the second time in 2017 and was honored ono the Baseball America All-American Second Team on June 8. He led the Bulls with 48 runs scored, hit 11 doubles, four triples and a career-high seven homers. The speedster was 19-for-23 on stolen base attempts. The three-year starter ranks third in program history with a .353 career batting average and eighth with 56 career steals.
  2. Joey Knight, Times Staff Writer Brimming with her trademark confidence in the wake of a sparkling preseason, Courtney Williams informed her Connecticut Sun coaches she had a goal for the 2017 WNBA season. Befitting the Williams swagger, it was hardly modest: win the league's Sixth Woman of the Year award. "At that time I thought it was a very realistic goal," Sun coach Curt Miller said, "because of what an offensive spark plug she can be off the bench." But as Williams has learned, circumstances change and roles are modified over the course of a professional season. As a result, the No. 2 scorer in USF history is slipping out of contention for that sixth woman of the year honor. Because lately, she's playing like the sixth-best woman in the whole darn league. Thrust into the Sun starting lineup when veteran G Alex Bentley took a hiatus (to play for Belarus in the EuroBasket Tournament), Williams (12.7 ppg, 4.9 rpg) has responded by producing stats -- and sleekness -- reminiscent of her dazzling collegiate career. In her last four games (three of them starts), Williams has averaged 19 points and seven rebounds, propelling herself into all-star consideration. The Sun (5-5) has won all four. "The one thing is, she's so confident offensively that she can go score and get her shot against anyone," said Miller, whose team plays Friday against the New York Liberty. "We're a transition-based team, so she really thrives in the up-tempo transition game too. But in the halfcourt you can really put her on the move -- just like South Florida did -- and run her off a bunch of screens. She's really, really hard to run around with, and then obviously she's got that ultimate confident swagger about her that makes her special." The surge stands in stark contrast to the funk in which she found herself last year. Drafted by a veteran team (Phoenix Mercury) for whom she never seemed a good fit, Williams languished on the bench (playing 25 total minutes over six games) before being traded to the Sun on June 25. In Connecticut, she found her niche in providing a spark off the bench, averaging 8.1 points and 3.6 boards in 19 games. Following an offseason in the Turkish League, she took first-team reps in the Sun's training camp while Bentley nursed an ankle injury, and flourished. "You could see coming out of training camp, she had great confidence," Miller said. It hasn't dissipated in her new role. Williams is generating all-star discussion, with the Sun launching a campaign on her behalf. (Fans can click her to learn how to vote for her.) "Certainly these last four games, she should be in the discussion," Miller said. "And our team is playing really, really well. Despite being 5-5 we have three two-point losses, and another game that we lost that was tied with under three minutes to go. It's hard not to think about the what-ifs...but this young group is starting to learn how to win close games and starting to learn who to play through in those types of situations." Article
  3. From my Saturday morning reading: Kofi Amichia had a feeling he'd end up in Green Bay http://www.packers.com Excerpt: “I expected them to call me, but I didn’t expect it to be this soon,” Amichia said moments after the Packers drafted him in the sixth round, with pick No. 212 overall on Saturday. A two-year starter at left tackle for South Florida, Amichia projects as a guard in the NFL. Most of his pre-draft workouts focused on guard, as did his one in Green Bay. That workout went well enough that Amichia figured the Packers would consider him as an undrafted free agent at a minimum. The unexpected change of plans was welcome." Read more: http://www.packers.com/news-and-events/article-draft/article-1/Kofi-Amichia-had-a-feeling-hed-end-up-in-Green-Bay/2279e903-7235-479b-8a1a-c2b5925319e2#ixzz4gJpqnO6z
  4. Draftracker: https://www.mlb.com/draft/tracker Some believe Kevin Merrell will be in the top 75.
  5. Vikings announce they have signed draft pick Rodney Adams The Minnesota Vikings have announced they have signed fifth-round wide receiver Rodney Adams, according to Ben Goessling of ESPN.com. Adams becomes the first member of the Vikings’ 2017 draft class to sign a contract. Rest of story
  6. Colts' Marlon Mack: Makes positive first impression by RotoWire Staff May 24, 2017 Colts coach Chuck Pagano has made a positive impression early on in OTAs, Kirk Larrabee of 247Sports.com reports. "He's a quick learner, quick study. He's picking up things extremely fast," Pagano said. "He's got good hands. He's good vision, he's got a nice jump cut. He's explosive, he can burst, good in traffic, and he's learning the protection part of it." Rest
  7. 130. Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida Click html above for in depth analysis Mack is one of the most athletically talented running backs in the draft class and always a threat for a big play. He gained 52 percent of his rushing yards on his 15 runs of 15-plus yards, the fourth-highest breakaway percentage in the draft class. He has issues with bouncing runs and fumbling too often, but if he can curb those bad habits, he could turn out as one of the best backs in the draft class. — Matt Claassen, @PFF_Matt No mention of Rodney Adams Link
  8. Logging a lot of air miles ... Former USF offensive tackle Kofi Amichia is a busy man. En route to visit the Redskins currently after visits with the Packers and Colts last week and a workout with the 49ers. Jenna Laine, ESPN Staff Writer
  9. https://www.profootballfocus.com/nfl-draft-rb-rankings/ Top 15 Related note, some of their scoring:
  10. Mack: Bucs and I have talked "a lot." http://www.joebucsfan.com/2017/03/mack-bucs-talked-lot/#comment-3783952 Would love him to stay home.
  11. There is no reason for the Vikings to bring back Peterson in 2017 Excerpt: " At this current moment, Peterson is a 31-year-old running back coming off a season where he rushed for just 72 yards. Not to mention he is scheduled to make a hilarious $18 million in 2017. ... Looking ahead to this year’s draft, there are a bunch of running backs that could step in right away and be a better fit for Minnesota than Peterson next year. A number of talented rushers including Kareem Hunt, Marlon Mack, and Wayne Gallman are just a few of the backs expected to be around when the Vikings make their selection in the second round this spring. " Story link
  12. http://www.denverbroncos.com/fans/pro-bowl-social-vote.html?utm_content=buffercf9d6&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
  13. Looked like non-contact knee injury in preseason game. Too bad.
  14. Sun rises on Courtney Williams' pro career Tuesday, July 26, 2016 10:43am Joey Knight Technically, she made her professional debut on May 14 in Minneapolis. But the Courtney Williams familiar to Bulls fans didn't truly hit the WNBA scene until the evening of July 2. Having been traded to the Connecticut Sun from Phoenix only a week before, Williams watched from a College Park Center bench as host Dallas built a 13-2 lead. Unable to stomach what was transpiring any longer, Sun coach Curt Miller opted for a wholesale substitution, supplanting the quintent on the floor with five off the bench. Williams was among those who entered. What proceeded wasn't necessarily pretty, but it provided the spark Miller was seeking. Five minutes into the second quarter, Connecticut had rallied for a 26-25 lead, with Williams providing five points and six rebounds. The Sun would hold on for an 86-83 triumph. Rest of story
  15. Link to Quarterback Week: Former UCF star Blake Bortles leads the way for small colleges
  16. Why 2016 will be a career-defining season for Jason Pierre-Paul By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Rest of story
  17. Former @USFFootball kicker Delbert Alvarado loves getting his kicks for the #TBStorm: tbtim.es/12c9 #USF #Bulls @TampaBayStorm ya'all knew Alvarado was playing locally for Storm?
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