Perry Jones: In a massive shocker, the highly-skilled 6-foot-11 Baylor freshman – who was suspended for the Big 12 tournament by the NCAA – is not going to enter the NBA draft and will stay in school. Jones, thought to be a lottery lock who probably would have gone in the Top 5, will have to sit out the first five games of next season. Jones didn’t put up big numbers in his freshman year (13.9 points, 7.2 rebounds), as he often deferred to seniors, but should be a monster next year. He’ll even have a wingman in Top 10 recruit Quincy Miller, who said no to Duke. We’ll have to put Baylor in our second crack at the super duper early preseason rankings. This year’s NBA draft just got considerably weaker, and runs the risk of being awful if Harrison Barnes doesn’t enter.
Myles Jack’s fall ended early on Friday night as the Jacksonville Jaguars snagged him at No. 36.
The Dallas Cowboys took a huge risk by taking Jaylon Smith early in the second round.
Johnny Manziel tweeted claiming that he’s acting the same as he always has. Apparently he’s not aware that is the actual (…)
That’s why you stretch.
The Zurich Classic was delayed more than five hours on Thursday during the first round. Boo Weekley used that time to his advantage and took (…)
😴 pic.twitter.com/lwXRusQyp1 — Myles Jack (@MylesJack) April 29, 2016 Myles Jack fell out of the first round due to concerns (…)
Tunsil said he doesn’t want to pursue charges, but it’s likely a case ripe for investigation.
Laremy Tunsil had a rough night at the 2016 NFL Draft, falling all the way to the Miami Dolphins at #13 after his social media accounts were (…)