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  1. Voss was an all-state tight end in Michigan before deciding to play basketball, not football, in college. How GM John Dorsey and the Chiefs scouts identify these players is beyond me but there is a history of basketball players turning into tight ends at the NFL level (who was that Tony G. guy?). It's a difficult transition, obviously. I remember Harris' first year with the Chiefs it was so obvious that he was a basketball player and not a football player. But then the next season he put on weight, obviously learned some routes and looked more like a football player. It's a process to make that transition. Read more: http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2015/4/23/8477935/kansas-city-chiefs-are-interested-in-another-basketball-player
  2. 12 boards quite impressive against a team that beat Rice.
  3. The following is a recap from North Texas Head Coach Tony Benford’s speech at the UNT Coaches Caravan stop held at the Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas, Texas on May 7th, 2013. After an introduction from UNT Athletic Director Rick Villarreal: Benford said that he appreciated “Coach V’s” support but after a long meeting today he told RV, I’m a big guy – of course I need to drop some pounds and I’m working on that (audience laughter) – but no, what I said was coach, I can take care of myself -I’m a big boy and I’ve been doing this a long time and I know what it takes to win and what I have to do to get this program to the level that we aspire to be at. He personally thanked Ernie Kuehne (called him the Godfather of North Texas basketball) and Julie (wife of David) Anderson from Texas Capital Bank who helped to set up the event to the applause of the crowd. He said he appreciated everyone's support and would do his very best to build a program they could be proud of. On the new Ernie Kuehne practice facility: The facility is phenomenal, what Mr. Kuhne and others have done for us is unbelievable from a recruiting standpoint. We have a building that we can sell. The one thing I tell recruits all the time is we are going to invest in them, not only as a person but also on the court in terms of their game. With the new practice facility – there’s no excuses. With the facilities we have and the new Jumbotron and some other things that we’re doing there are no excuses. We have a phenomenal institution – we just have to get the word out and we’re doing that. read more:
  4. I made a couple of calls over the last few days to try to get in touch with former George Mason and Mesquite guard Vertrail Vaughns. Vaughns spent four years at George Mason, including a redshirt year, and is looking to transfer for his final season of eligibility. He visited UNT over the same weekend that the Mean Green landed Central Wyoming forward Armani Flannigan and Northern Oklahoma College forward Colin Voss. Flannigan and Voss have already signed with UNT (more on that later). Vaughns in still out there. I talked to Mesquite coach Brian Curts, who coached Vaughns when he was in high school. I have yet to get a call back from Vaughns. Curts said four schools are in play at the moment UNT, Auburn, Maryland and Florida Atlantic. Curts said that Vaughns will visit Maryland if he hasnt already since the school isnt too far from George Mason. He will also visit Auburn. There are quite a few schools that are interested, Curts said. He is looking at those four, but is willing to talk to others. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/04/thursday-night-basketball-notes-ventrail-vaughns-update-benford-on-voss.html/
  5. UNT picked up another big man during the late signing period in Colin Voss late last night. UNT desperately needed options in the front court heading into the late period and has now picked up two in Armani Flannigan, a second-team All-Region IX pick, and Voss, a second-team All-American. Both guys are power forward types, who are about 6-foot-8. They should help fill the void left with Tony Mitchell declared for the draft and Roger Franklin graduated. It’s hard to gauge how quick-fix guys will turn out. UNT has had some junior college players turn out to be among the best in players in the Sun Belt. Eric Tramiel was a JUCO transfer from Paris JC and ended up being the Sun Belt Conference tournament MVP while leading the Mean Green to the NCAA tournament. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/04/thoughts-on-the-addition-of-voss.html/
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