Sean Cordy of SicEm365 provides a look at Sam Tecklenburg (free):
“[He’s] one of the best football players on the team,” Rhule said Friday. “I think he’s an NFL offensive lineman.”
Rhule isn’t alone in his assessment of his new center, either.
Steve Wiltfong of 247 outlines a report on Tommy Bush’s visit to Baylor (free):
"My visit to Baylor was great," Bush said. "I got to see the receivers doing some work and a little red zone as well. Also got to see the receivers coach and Coach (Matt) Rhule coach, and what he said to the whole team, plus see the speed of practice and how they divide up the reps between receivers was very important to me.
#CampBU featured a little scrimmage action today...@CoachFranBU gives @VoiceofBears the recap. #SicEm pic.twitter.com/N0tz0Zx4Y1— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) July 31, 2017
Michael Bradley of Athlon Sports has a piece on Matt Rhule:
“When we looked inside the Temple program, there was a vision and a championship process. Everybody understands what Matt wants to do and is on the same page. There will be accountability in terms of the execution of the process, and Matt is in great command of all aspects.”
Hard work never stops. #SicEm #Compete pic.twitter.com/7tO3H1jhim— Baylor Basketball (@BaylorMBB) July 31, 2017
Jon Rothstein of FanRagSports notes Makai Mason, Baylor’s 2018-2019 point guard, is now cleared to play:
Yale point guard Makai Mason is expected to be fully cleared in September, James Jones told FanRag Sports on Monday. He still isn’t 100 percent after he injured his foot during a preseason scrimmage last fall and underwent season-ending surgery immediately after.
Doug Farrar of Bleacher Report details Robert Griffin’s challenge getting back.
Joseph Ogunbanjo, a 2018 3-star linebacker from Alief Taylor, is set to announce his decision at 3:00 today. Baylor is the overwhelming favorite to land him, per 247.