Al Freeman is headed back home:
Baylor grad transfer Al Freeman tells me that he committed to NC State. Immediately eligible.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 19, 2017
Beatrice Mompremier has been granted her release. From the AP:
Beatrice Mompremier is leaving the Baylor basketball team after two seasons.
Baylor said Wednesday that Mompremier has been granted her release, which will allow the 6-foot-4 post player from Miami to transfer and play at another school.
John Eddie Williams had positive things to say about Dr. Livingstone. From the Houston Chronicle’s Lindsay Ellis:
Houston attorney John Eddie Williams, a group leader, said she could bring needed change to the university, which has been grappling with a sexual assault scandal that led to its former president's departure.
"Baylor has a special place in our hearts. It is in desperate need of reform," Williams said in a statement on behalf of Bears for Leadership Reform. "We believe Dr. Livingstone can play an instrumental role in that process."
Matt Clare of SicEmSports noted one visitor during the Green & Gold Game has Baylor as his dream school:
While York is not in a hurry to make another commitment anytime soon, he did share that Baylor was a 'dream school' growing up.
"Growing up here in the Dallas area, Baylor was my dream school," York said. "It's close to home, it's big time football and really everything you can ask for from an opportunity at the college level. My Godfather was the student pastor at a church in Waco, and I remembered we would always go over there to watch football and I would always drive by the Baylor stadium.
Bleacher Report’s Marcus Mosher says the Cowboys should look at Ish Zamora:
Zamora will likely be a fourth- or fifth-round pick based just off of his ceiling as an NFL receiver. He's going to require a lot of patience, as his development process could be a long one, but he's one of the few true No. 1 receiver prospects in this entire draft class.
The Cowboys could use a late-round pick on Zamora to challenge Brice Butler for the fourth receiver in the offense