- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
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¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! (Seven years of Español classes in that sentence right there.)
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is back with the baseball team after serving a suspension that cost him this weekend's series against Minnesota.
Kelvin Benjamin could be the latest first-round pick to come out of the area in Florida known as "Muck City," the Orlando Sentinel's Brendan Sonnone writes.
Former Pitt lineman Aaron Donald could be the top defensive tackle taken in the NFL draft. Credit his work ethic for that, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune writes.
The state of North Carolina is a fertile, underrated recruiting ground for ACC and SEC schools, ESPN RecruitingNation reporter Gerry Hamilton writes (Insider).
David Hood of TigerNet.com recaps Clemson's week, which includes the university telling the Freedom of Religion Foundation facts were "misconstrued."
Stanford QB transfer David Olson will add another name to the Clemson starting quarterback competition, writes Kerry Capps in the (Anderson, S.C.) Independent Mail.
Georgia Tech and special teams coordinator Dave Walkosky parted ways on Friday, writes Ken Sugiura in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock told the Miami Herald that former Canes offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson won't go early despite being a first-round talent, and that was before reports he tested positive for marijuana during the NFL combine.
Syracuse and Cleveland Browns great Jim Brown had strong words for the NCAA, writes Nate Mink of the Syracuse Post-Standard.