NFL Draft 2019: Georgia's Mecole Hardman Jr., Riley Ridley, Isaac Nauta will forgo senior seasons
Mecole Hardman Jr. caught 35 passes for 543 yards and seven touchdowns in 2018. Riley Ridley hauled in 43 passes for 559 yards and nine TDs.
A year ago, Love was one of the best RBs in the nation; now he 's still six months from fully recovering from ACL surgery.
Former Stanford tailback Bryce Love tore an anterior cruciate ligament in his knee in his final Bryce Love will be limited at NFL draft combine after tearing ACL in final game at Stanford . Love was injured in Stanford ’s 23-13 win over Cal in the season finale on Dec. 1. He missed the Cardinal's
Bryce Love has a tough road ahead as he prepares for April's NFL Draft.
The former Stanford running back revealed Fridaythat he tore an ACL in Stanford's final regular-season game against Utah on Dec. 6. He did not play in Stanford’s Sun Bowl victory over Pittsburgh on Dec. 31 because he wanted to "focus on being completely healthy and prepared" for the draft.
Love has been rehabbing at the Andrews Institute and training at EXOS in Pensacola, Florida, after undergoing surgery Dec. 18 on his right knee. He revealed details of the injury "in an effort to be transparent for the pre-draft process," the report notes.
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Once considered a top draft prospect, Stanford RB Bryce Love returned for his senior season, only to tear his ACL in his final regular-season game . Love is the former Stanford star who would have undoubtedly been one of top picks in last year’s NFL draft after rushing for 2,118 yards as a junior.
Former Stanford tailback Bryce Love is recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament , which he suffered in the Cardinal's final regular season game .
News: Former Stanford tailback Bryce Love tells— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) he tore his ACL in Stanford's final game. He says he's in rehab and on "path to recovery" for NFL Draft after Dr. James Andrews surgery.
Love said he plans on attending the NFL combine in February, though he will be limited in his participation. He also said his goal of playing in the NFL remains the same, despite this setback.
“Obviously, there’s no such thing as an ideal injury, but I’m on the path to recovery, and my goal remains the same – getting drafted by an NFL team and being the ultimate professional," Love told Yahoo Sports. "I’ll be back better than I’ve ever been.”
After rushing for 2,118 yards in his junior season, he finished second in the Heisman Trophy race behind Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield in 2017.
Love returned for his senior year to be with his teammates and because he wanted to finish his undergraduate degree with the hopes of becoming a pediatrician after his professional football career ends, Yahoo Sports notes. He finished his senior season with just 739 total yards as his yards per carry dropped from 8.1 to 4.5.
Samsung reveals the first-ever 15.6-inch 4K OLED display.
We've been waiting impatiently for OLED display to come to laptops, and that finally happened at CES 2019 with models from HP and Dell. Now we know one likely source for those, as Samsung has unveiled what it says is the first-ever 15.6-inch 4K OLED display. The screens will offer "HDR, excellent color reproduction and high outdoor visibility," said Samsung Display's marketing director Yoon Jae-nam. Each pixel has its own "light," so you get true blacks when they're turned off, and Samsung points out that the panels meet VESA's DisplayHDR True Black specification.