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Deacon Dump 4/2: Nenon wants to get on the field, LD doesn't win dunk contest--still a part of the finals

A lot of interesting links today. I had to stop and watch the Tyler Lewis highlights again. Kid has a ton of skill for a sophomore. With Rankin committing to VT today, the Demon Deacons will focus completely on Jabarie Hinds, the tremendous player out of New York. If the Deacs could land Hinds and Lewis, the point guard position would be shored up for awhile.

Nenon misses hitting people: Deacons' center is sitting out the spring as his shoulder heals
Russ Nenon will be asked to shoulder a heavy load at center this season on Wake Forest's green offensive line. But first he has to sit out spring practices and let his shoulder heal. "It's real boring," Nenon said this week. "I like running around hitting people."

Brandon Ghee, Eric Norwood visit Steelers | National Football Post
Wake Forest cornerback Brandon Ghee and South Carolina linebacker Eric Norwood visited the Pittsburgh Steelers today, the team announced.

Busy weekend for FSU's tennis teams | | Tallahassee Democrat
"Wake Forest had a big win this past week over (No. 20) North Carolina," FSU head coach Dwayne Hultquist said. "I look at the top seven or eight teams in the ACC and they are all going to be very, very strong top 25 teams. There's not many days in the ACC we're going to have an easy day.

Vermont's Marqus Blakely slams field at dunk contest - ESPN
Roberts had a 50 and a 47½ in the first round and 44½ in the semifinals before running into trouble in the finals. He misfired on three attempts, including a between-the-legs dunk, before he received a 40 for his one-handed power dunk with time running out. Blakely then ended it with a 41. He had L.D. Williams stand in the lane about 5 feet from the basket and toss the ball off the glass, then hurdled the Wake Forest guard during his two-handed dunk.