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Former Clemson redshirt sophomore DE Ebenezer Ogundeko is transferring to Tennessee State University.

Ogbundeko was dismissed a few weeks ago for a "violation of team rules and behavior detrimental to our football team." The edge rusher known as Ebo played in a sub package role during his first season on the field for the Tigers but reportedly took a step forward this spring and was ticketed for a larger role. He should be eligible to play immediately for TSU.
Jun 1 - 10:34 AM

Clemson has dismissed redshirt sophomore DE Ebenezer Ogundeko for a violation of team rules.

Per Dabo Swinney, the full reason for the dismissal was "violation of team rules and behavior detrimental to our football team." Ogundeko did not have a large role during his first season on the field for Clemson, but those who cover the team noted he took "large strides" forward during the spring and was ticketed for a bigger role in 2015. Clemson lost their top edge rusher to the NFL in Vic Beasley and a number of talented players.
May 19 - 11:07 AM

Raiders selected Tennessee State OT Anthony Morris with the No. 218 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.

Morris (6'7/303) is an unheralded small-school prospect who flashed some movement ability at his Pro Day, running 5.30 with a 9-foot-2 broad jump and pumping 25 reps on the bench. He'll compete for a roster spot in Raiders camp.
May 2 - 5:22 PM

Ravens selected Tennessee State G Robert Myers with the No. 176 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.

Myers (6'5/326) made 35 starts for the TSU Tigers, earning second-team All-Ohio Valley Conference as junior and senior. Blessed with plus arm length (33 3/4") but sub-par movement skills, Myers ran 5.44 with a 27 1/2-inch vertical and 7-foot-10 broad jump in Indianapolis. Although Myers will have to kick inside in the NFL, he plays with enough power to succeed in a gap scheme and has starting potential down the line.
May 2 - 3:49 PM

The Seahawks hosted Tennessee State G Robert Myers for a visit on Monday.

Best case scenario, Myers is fighting for late Day 2 selection. More likely, he's going to be one of the draft's more intriguing interior line names heading into Day 3. The three-year starter attended the Senior Bowl.
Apr 13 - 4:30 PM

The Ravens put Tennessee State G Robert Myers through a private workout following the prospect's pro day.

Offensive line coach Juan Castillo put the interior blocker through drills. Myers is a three year starter and attended the Senior Bowl before injuring his ankle at the all star game.
Mar 16 - 10:48 AM

Tennessee State CB De'Ante "Pop" Saunders "was not allowed to take part in [Tuesday's pro day] workout due to a situation with his grades, which drew the ire of a number of people," wrote TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

"Saunders hopes to workout during one of the pro days (Florida State, Central Florida or Bethune) in the state of Florida," Pauline reported. Saunders was kicked off Florida late in the 2012 season after spending two years as a starting safety. He spent the past two years with the Tigers.
Mar 11 - 8:52 PM

Tennessee State senior G Robert Myers "looked good in position drills" at Tuesday's pro day workout, wrote TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

"I'm told Myers met with the Cleveland Browns yesterday and the team told him he's unlikely to get out of the fourth round," Pauline reported. "Tomorrow, he'll be meeting with the Baltimore Ravens." Myers is one of this season's best small school prospects. He's fighting for a late day 2 selection.
Mar 11 - 6:38 PM

Tennessee State senior G Robert Myers has accepted an invite to the Senior Bowl

Myers was named to the Second Team All-Ohio Conference squad in 2013. He started all 14 games at guard for the Tigers that year. The biology major will wrap up his college career with an appearance at the Senior Bowl.
Source: Senior Bowl
Mon, Nov 17, 2014 11:05:00 PM

Tennessee State CB De'Ante "Pop" Saunders "has NFL talent, but red flags are flying with regard to his character," according to NFL.com.

Saunders was kicked off Florida late in the 2012 season after spending two years as a starting safety. He resurfaced with the Tigers last year and collected four interceptions, 39 tackles and nine pass breakups. NFL.com believes he projects best to the next level as a safety. If he can keep his nose clean, that is. "Saunders -- who started as a true freshman at Florida -- lacks elite speed, but he has great instincts, is active in run support and can lay the lumber," wrote staff writer Mike Huguenin.
Source: NFL.com
Fri, Jul 11, 2014 08:11:00 PM

Vikings signed Tennessee State TE A.C. Leonard.

Leonard (6-foot-2, 252) was a four-star recruit to Florida in 2011, but dropped down a level after two arrests, including one for misdemeanor battery of his girlfriend. He stayed out of trouble in the FCS and caught 85 passes for 1,174 yards (13.8 YPR) and 11 touchdowns in two seasons with the TSU Tigers. Leonard's stock got a big boost in February with a 4.50 forty -- fastest of all tight ends at the Combine -- and an eye-catching 10-foot-8 broad jump. He is a highly explosive, playmaking "move" tight end with long arms (33") and big-time fantasy upside in a Norv Turner led offense.
Sun, May 11, 2014 03:26:00 PM

Rams selected Tennessee State C Demetrius Rhaney with the No. 250 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Rhaney is a very averagely built center who wins with quickness. He is more of an occupier and speed bump more than drive blocker. The Rams have some depth at center, so Rhaney will be battling for a roster spot.
Sat, May 10, 2014 06:57:00 PM

Bucs selected Tennessee State G Kadeem Edwards with the No. 143 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Edwards (6-foot-4 1/4, 313) was an FCS All-American as a senior, completing his career with 43 starts and three All-Ohio Valley Conference selections. He played left guard for the TSU Tigers. Edwards displayed adequate athleticism at February's Combine, clocking a 5.25 forty and 27-inch vertical, with 26 reps on the bench. Edwards' long arms (34 1/2") give him a chance to be a plus NFL pass blocker. He has an outside shot to develop into a starting guard.
Sat, May 10, 2014 02:44:00 PM

Tennessee State TE A.C. Leonard and OL Kadeem Edwards will visit the Titans on Monday.

Offensive lineman Demetrius Rhaney and defensive back David Van Dyke joined in on the visit. These four prospects qualify as local visits, so they do not count against the team's limit. Leonard is a very intriguing receiving tight end with great straight-line speed.
Mon, Mar 31, 2014 10:29:00 AM

Ravens assistant OL coach Todd Washington attended Tennessee State's pro day workout last week.

Washington put OG Kadeem Edwards, a possible late-round prospect, through positional drills. He also took in an impressive workout by 6-foot-1, 301-pound Demetrius Rhaney, who ran the 40-yard dash in 4.92 and 4.96 seconds. The most talked about prospect at the exhibition, of course, was former Florida Gator TE A.C. Leonard. The 6-foot-2, 252 pounder had a 33-inch vertical leap, a 4.40 short shuttle and a 7.14 three-cone drill.
Sun, Mar 23, 2014 05:06:00 PM


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