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Max Olson, ESPN
Texas Tech (March 14)
Big name: TE Jace Amaro. The All-America tight end tried to secure a spot in the first round with improvements in the 40 (4.68) and vertical, and at 6-5 and 266 pounds he evoked comparisons to Vernon Davis from one 49ers scout.
Sleeper: CB Bruce Jones. He’s undersized at 5-7 and 183 pounds, but Jones did grab some attention at pro day with a run of a 4.5-second 40 time and team-best vertical of 41 inches.
Texas Tech Athletics
MIDLAND, Texas – Freshman left-handed pitcher Dylan Dusek allowed two runs in 6.1 innings and sophomore first baseman Eric Gutierrez hit a game-winning, three-run home run in the fifth inning to give No. 25 Texas Tech to a 6-3 victory over New Mexico on a neutral field in front of 5,169 fans at Security Bank Ballpark Tuesday evening.
Matt Clare, RedRaiderSports.com
Scott Roussel recently spent a few days in Lubbock this past week with full access to the Texas Tech football program and coaching staff. Roussel owns and operates FootballScoop.com and has been reporting on both college and professional coaching personnel news for the past six years.
I spoke with Scott yesterday afternoon to get his feedback on the visit to the South Plains and thoughts on the Red Raiders.