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The Fallout: NFL Draft, Tyler Bray, recruiting, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Sunday, April 28 2013 and posted in SWRT

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.


Kansas City, here I come?
Former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, who went underrated during this weekend's 2013 NFL Draft, has reportedly signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent. (ESPN)

Alabama dominates the NFL Draft. 
Alabama breaks the modern school record for number of players selected in the NFL Draft with nine. (al.com)

Eight is Enough.
Georgia also sets a school NFL Draft record with eight former Bulldogs selected. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Gator-Eight. 
Eight former Florida players selected for the 2013 NFL Draft. (The Gainesville Sun)

LSU RB arrested.
LSU running back Jeremy Hill has been arrested on charges of simple battery. (The New Orleans Times Picayune)

I see the future, and it will be?
LSU and Wisconsin are reportedly working out a deal to play a future neutral-site series. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

Come around to my way of thinking.
The media is starting to look at Northwestern as a serious contender for the Big Ten Legends Divison title. (Lake the Posts)


Recruiting


Double your pleasure, double your fun.
Tennessee gets commitments from two wide receivers from Texas JUCO Blinn College. Kameel Jackson commits to the Vols' 2014 recruiting  class. Jonathan Johnson could become a Vol as early as the 2013 season, depending on his graduation in May. (Rocky Top Talk)

Boise State in...the Life of Greg Gaines. 
California high school junior defensive tackle Greg Gaines commits to Boise State's 2014 recruiting class. (One Bronco Nation Under God)

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