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The good and bad from my perspective on the changing of Lacrosse recruiting

Was the heart of the change in lacrosse recruiting just a way to stop Maryland’s domination in the Women’s game–I’ll explain

Terps climb to #2 after sensational week of beating #1, #5, and #11 in 8 days

The growth of Goalie Dan Morris

Terps face Ohio State in Columbus on Saturday

Lady Terps keep rolling along undefeated and #1

Baseball squad sweeps Penn State

Can the Caps avoid a Judgment day collapse in Game 4 against Toronto

Tar Heel QB Mitch Trubisky now projected to be #1 in the NFL Draft

Grayson Allen to return for his Senior Year –is this a disaster for Duke


Kiper: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA | Watch highlights
Baltimore needs pass-rushers. Terrell Suggs, 34, was the only Raven to have more than five sacks last season (he had eight). McKinley is a speed rusher who could play outside linebacker in the Ravens’ 3-4. He broke out in 2016 with 10 sacks and three forced fumbles for the Bruins.

McShay: Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama | Watch highlights
The Ravens spent the sixth overall pick last year on LT Ronnie Stanley, and Robinson is a natural fit on the right side. He still needs to improve his technique, but Robinson possesses excellent length (35½-inch arms) and is an elite mauler in the running game.

17. Washington Redskins

Kiper: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford | Watch highlights
I could see McCaffrey jumping into the top 10 after his combine performance (4.48 40 and 37½-inch vertical) proved his athleticism. For now I’m leaving him here, where he’d play some running back and slot receiver and return kicks and punts.

McShay: Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama | Watch highlights
Some character red flags could cause Foster to slip (he was sent home early from the combine after an altercation with a hospital worker), but he’s one of the 10 best football players in this draft. Foster would immediately fill the Redskins’ need for a three-down inside linebacker.



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