Lunch links: Changing recruiting rules
February, 25, 2013
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
The NFL combine has got to be the spandex capital of the world.
- Former West Virginia QB Geno Smith says he can handle any offense in the NFL, read-option or otherwise.
- Oklahoma looks like it's landed its new defensive line coach from Michigan.
- Family issues are producing a sticky situation for one prospective Texas Tech signee in 2013.
- Gina Mizell of The Oklahoman looks at the effect of new recruiting rule changes on the recruits themselves. The state's high school coaches weighed in, too. Mizell also explains why Joseph Randle's slow 40 time won't be a big deal.
- Could Landry Jones be an NFL first-rounder? At least one person thinks so.
- Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman talked with Ricky Williams about Texas' new backfield, and has a prediction for Marquise Goodwin's NFL career.