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Tevin McDonald | Safety

Team: Eastern Washington Eagles
Age / DOB:  (22) / 7/17/1992
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 185

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Eastern Washington redshirt senior S Tevin McDonald accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Game.
Tevin is the brother of T.J., a St. Louis Ram. The younger McDonald began his career at UCLA, but was dismissed from the program by head coach Jim Mora Jr. in March, 2013 due to a failed drug test. He subsequently transferred to Eastern Washington. At 5-foot-11, 200 pounds, he's on the smallish side for an NFL safety. He'll probably enter the NFL as a UDFA, though could catch the eye of a scout during post-season evaluations and hear his name called late on Day 3. Nov 27 - 5:18 PM

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Former UCLA S Tevin McDonald has transferred to Eastern Washington.

"After consultation with many people and having a long discussion with Tevin, we’ve determined that he deserves the opportunity to continue his collegiate career," EWU head coach Beau Baldwin said. "We have high expectations of him off the field, in the classroom and on the field." McDonald's suspension was reportedly due to a failed drug test.
Tue, Apr 30, 2013 09:41:00 AM

UCLA redshirt sophomore S Tevin McDonald has been dismissed from the program by head coach Jim Mora Jr.

The only reason given was that McDonald "violated team policy." We believe this decision can be traced back to the Bruins' bowl game, since McDonald was reportedly suspended after testing positive for marijuana. Tevin, the brother of draft-eligible safety T.J., was one of the school's top defensive players and leaders.
Source: CBS Sports
Wed, Mar 27, 2013 08:31:00 AM

UCLA redshirt sophomore S Tevin McDonald will not travel for the team's bowl game due to a violation of unspecified team rules.

The LA Times reports that McDonald tested positive for marijuana. This is certainly a nice boost for the Baylor offense, since McDonald is an active tackler in the back half while showing the range to cover downfield.
Source: LA Times
Mon, Dec 24, 2012 10:21:00 AM