Weekend Links 3/29

There were a few interesting links the last couple of days, especially on the NFL Draft front, so I figured I'd throw them up in the time between now and when we get our Carolina Challenge stuff compiled. Enjoy.

Dan Collins' latest interview with Dino Gaudio ended with the quote regarding the Deacs': "the future is incredibly bright." The article is a must-read for any Wake fan.

Clemson F Trevor Booker will return for his senior season.

Coach Grobe is the keynote speaker at an April 25 banquet at the Forks Cafeteria in Winston-Salem for the Anthony J. Trentini Foundation, which gives scholarships to local high school athletes.

The ACC sure got showed up by the Big East in this year's NCAA Tournament.

Bleacher Report thinks that the New Orleans Hornets and former Demon Deacon Chris Paul are really suffering from their slow-down approach to their offense.

Great SI.com article about Missouri guard Zaire Taylor and his poetry.

The Raiders are working out both Alphonso Smith and Chip Vaughn. Smith is visiting a bevy of teams including the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, Tennessee Titans, Pittsburgh Steelers, and the New England Patriots.

The Cleveland Browns brought in Aaron Curry on Saturday.

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