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UNT spring game stats, players who stood out
North Texas conducted its annual spring game that really wasn’t a game this year on Saturday. The Mean Green elected to simply scrimmage due to a lack of depth.
That format still allowed several players to finish off the spring on a high note. I have finally had a chance to type in the complete stats that were handed out.
They should be pretty close to accurate. UNT’s sports information crew, myself and a few other media types tried to be as close as we could, which was a bit of a challenge with the format.
So, who really helped themselves in the last workout of the spring?
Here are three:
Wide receiver Tee Goree – UNT is going to throw the ball and throw it a lot next season, which is going to make having someone to throw it to kind of important.
Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2016/04/unt-spring-game-stats-players-who-stood-out.html/
All Conference honors
By Army of Dad
@Brett Vito opines on Combs' chances at All CUSA honors:
Marshall fan thinks Combs could win Defensive Player of the Year:
Mid-term signing period primer
Tomorrow is the opening of the midterm signing period for junior college players and a key day for teams across the country.
New UNT coach Seth Littrell didn’t have long to get out and visit midterm prospects, but the Mean Green’s staff is in on a few players.
There isn’t a whole lot of information out there, but here is what we know heading into tomorrow.
UNT hosted a couple of linemen in the last few days, including Trinity Valley JC offensive lineman T.J. Henson.
read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2015/12/mid-term-signing-period-primer-2.html/