It was like certain dinners I remember from the war. There was much wine, an ignored tension, and a feeling of things coming that you could not prevent happening. Under the wine I lost the disgusted feeling and was happy.
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned. The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. This new Arizona TE picked the Wildcats over some big-time suitors.
Meet me on Thames Street, I'll take you out though I'm hardly worth your time; In the cold you look so fierce, but I'm warm enough, because the tension's like a fire. The Wildcats are getting a boost on the defensive line.
Despite coming off one of its strongest years in recent memory, the Pac-12 doesn't figure to have a strong showing in the first round of the NFL draft. Just three players - Oregon State receiver Brandin Cooks, USC receiver Marqise Lee and UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr - figure to hear their names called Thursday, and it's not a guarantee that all three will be picked in the first round.
The NFL draft is drawing near, so that means more mock drafts -- as in Mel Kiper and Todd McShay mock drafts, take five. As far as the Pac-12 goes in the first round, both Kiper and McShay are not only in agreement the Pac-12 won't have much impact, they also agree on how that impact will look.
ESPN's Todd McShay released his Mock Draft 4.0 on Friday, but unlike the first three, this one included projections for the second round to go along with the first. If things were to play out how McShay envisions, the Pac-12 would account for just three first-round picks.
Washington was the final Pac-12 school to host its pro day Wednesday, essentially putting an end to 40-yard-dash season. Here is a look at some of the conference's top prospects and a few others who helped their cause over the past month.