DeVonta Smith made media rounds all day long today, partly to endorse Autotrader.com. Here are some highlights from his busy day.
Other appearances by Smith:
- SiriusXM NFL Radio.
- Pro Football Talk.
- Jim Rome Show.
- CBS Sports HQ.
- Smith did an AMA for Bleacher Report.
Collin Sexton did a first-person piece for The Player’s Tribune, which was published today.
The Baltimore Orioles officially announced the Wade LeBlanc signing today.
David Robertson will apparently throw for teams at a showcase next Thursday at the University of Alabama.
Athletes United announced that Haylie McCleney will be a participant in Season Two of its softball league.
Ryan Kelly appeared on JOX Roundtable today to discuss his Signing Day experience.
Merel Van Dongen launched her personal website this week.
Brittney Ezell is this week’s guest on the Women WINS podcast.
Eric Curry and John Copeland are the guests on this week’s Riley and Constant Show.
Jalen Hurts helped a Philadelphia family with a $30,000 donation towards a new home. The family has a child battling cancer, and currently lives in a small two-bedroom home.
- Wade LeBlanc – signed a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles, with an invitation to spring training.
- Alex Avila – officially signed by the Washington Nationals.
- Haylie McCleney – signed on to return for Season Two of Athletes Unlimited.
VOLLEYBALL CEV Champions League, Pool D Rd 4: Moscow 3, Stuttgart 0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-20). Krystal Rivers (STU) – 13 points (3 break points), 12 kills, 1 block point. BASKETBALL Helsinki 83, BC Nokia 72. Corban Collins (HEL) – 22 minutes, 5 points (0-4 2pg, 1-4 3pg, 2-2 FT), 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 turnover, 3 fouls. Los Angeles Clippers 121, Cleveland 99. Collin Sexton – 38 minutes, 27 points (10-20 2pg, 1-1 3pg, 4-4 FT), 1 rebound, 5 assists, 1 steal, 1 turnover, 1 foul. New Orleans 123, Phoenix 100. Kira Lewis - 2 minutes, 2 points (1-2 FG). GOLF Outlaw Tour Pard’ner Team Shootout final: Josh Sedeno / L Euker – 61-67, -14, T23 TRACK & FIELD Ostrave Indoor Gala Women’s 1500m: Kimberly Ficenec – 4:26.54, 2nd