Found December 22, 2011 on Optimum Scouting:

TJ McDonaldSouthern Cal will have the benefit of T.J. McDonald playing in their defensive backfield for one more season, as he’s elected to hold off on entering the draft.

Florida State will be without their senior running back Jermaine Thomas in the Champs Sports Bowl due to academic issues.

Alshon Jeffery will have a tough match up against Nebraska’s Alfonso Dennard in the Capitol One Bowl.

Former Maryland offensive lineman R.J. Dill has elected to finish his career at Rutgers.

Alabama safety Robert Lester is considering making the jump to the NFL.

The tradition of skipping a practice is drawing a good deal of criticism at UCLA.



CoachSpeak: Scouting Maryland Transfer Dill

With Maryland transfer R.J. Dill officially announcing Rutgers today, caught up with his former head coach at Trinity High School (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) Jeff Boger. Boger, who now coaches at Milton Hershey (Hershey, Pa.) remains close with Dill and offered his take on what the offensive lineman can give the Scarlet Knights next season.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Mike Stoops, Robert Lester, Mark Richt, and more.

Christmas in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.  (Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another ...

Terps transfer headed to Rutgers

Just a couple of weeks after becoming one of the estimated 178 players who have fled the Maryland football program over the last month or so, R.J. Dill (No. 76) has found in a new football home. In a statement released to the Washington Times, the offensive lineman announced that he has decided to transfer to…
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