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Boston College Daily Links: Former Eagles Try Out During NFL Rookie Minicamps

Daily links for Friday, May 10, 2013.


I think #BeADude may be my new Twitter hashtag of choice.

Chris Gocong, Montel Harris among players trying out for Eagles (
Nineteen players will try out for the Eagles at this weekend's rookie mini-camp, including former Eagles linebacker Chris Gocong and Temple running back Montel Harris.

Browns notes: Younger brother of CB Joe Haden to try out during rookie minicamp (
Former Boston College running back Josh Haden will try out with the Browns during their rookie minicamp, which will be held Friday through Sunday at the team's headquarters in Berea.

ACC Has 51 Players Sign Free Agent Contracts With or Received Invitations to Free Agent Camps With NFL Teams (
A total of 51 players from Atlantic Coast Conference schools have signed free agent contracts or received invitations to attend free agent camps from teams in the National Football League. Combined with the 31 ACC players drafted by the NFL, a total of 82 players from ACC schools will head to NFL training camps this year.

Video: Addazio on plans at BC (ESPN Boston)
New BC head coach Steve Addazio talks about the style of play he plans for the Eagles as well as the difficulties that can come with the first year at a new program.

ACC Football Recruiting Class of 2014 Rankings Update (Atlantic Coast Convos)
Duke and Boston College have made impressive jumps thus far, in comparison to their previous respective recruiting classes. It’ll be interesting to see if those numbers can hold long-term, or if that apparent success is fleeting.

2013 New Mexico State football's 10 things to know: Escape from the dead zone (
New Mexico State spent most of 2012 wondering if it had a future at the FBS level (and playing like it didn't). But the Aggies now have a new coach, a new future conference, and a new lease on life. There's nowhere to go but up for the NMSU program, and it should go up at least a little bit in 2013.

Cavanaugh Chosen Over Experienced Field (College Hockey News)
Certainly not. "We're going to move forward; this is not Boston College moving to Storrs," he said. "Jerry York gave me my start, and it's important to remember your roots. But it's also important that we establish what UConn hockey stands for. Whatever organization you're involved with, it has to be a partnership and everyone needs to buy-in."

Top Ten Calgary Flames Prospects, Spring 2013 Edition (The Hockey Writers)
#2: LW Johnny Gaudreau. The man known as “Johnny Hockey” followed up his excellent freshman year in the NCAA with an even better sophomore campaign. He won a gold medal at the World Juniors, was his conference’s MVP and was a finalist for the prestigious Hobey Baker Award. Sadly, Calgary’s fourth round pick in 2010 did not win a second NCAA Championship, but he’ll be back at Boston College to seek a title (and a degree) in the fall. Gaudreau is fast and incredibly creative, but he’s pretty small (5-7, 165 lbs).

Infographic: Is Your State's Highest-Paid Employee A Coach? (Probably) (Deadspin)
Most of you already saw this but ... LOL @ New Hampshire. [INSERT UNIVERSITY OF NO HARDWARE JOKE HERE]

Q&A: Mikaela Rix (Conte Confidential)
Conte Confidential caught up with Rix to talk about the NCAA Tournament, being a Tewaaraton nominee and more.