According to reports from NESN and ESPN, former WSU safety Deone Bucannon is set to go to New England on a pre-draft visit. ESPN says that New England may take a look at Bucannon in an effort to add depth to the DB position.
The Patriots may well consider adding safety depth during the draft, as they are thin in terms of experience beyond Devin McCourty.
Looking at mock drafts from around the internet, the consensus seems to be that Bucannon is a 2nd round pick, type player. Rob Rang from CBS Sports ranks him as one of the top 64 players in the draft, Mike Mayock of NFL Network puts him as the 4th best safety available and Yahoo Sports puts him as the 82nd best prospect in the draft and the 2nd best strong safety overall.
Deone Bucannon, and the rest of the NFL hopefulls, will find out their fates at the NFL draft May 8-10.
Cougar Spring Practice
Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU continued spring practice with a two-hour workout in helmets and shoulder pads Tuesday afternoon.
Hunter and Woolridge
Roster turnover at WSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - April 15, 2014
From Pullman -- Royce Woolridge and James Hunter will transfer from the Washington State University basketball program, the school announced on Tuesday. Additionally, signee Jermaine Morgan has been released from his National Letter of Intent and will not enroll at WSU.
Washington State's Royce Woolridge transferring - CBSSports.com
Washington State had some roster movement on Tuesday, highlighted by the transfer of guard Royce Woolridge.
Baseball and Track
Cougars Power Past Bulldogs - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Yale Rosen belted a three-run home run and Washington State defeated Gonzaga 5-1 in nonconference baseball, Tuesday night.
McBride Named Pac-12 Track Athlete of the Week - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Sophomore sprinter André McBride was named the Pac-12 Conference Male Track Athlete of the Week for the week of April 7-13, the conference office announced Tuesday.