From John Hunt: In the second day of the Hawkins Versatility Experiment, the redshirt freshman played all three positions. He showed good hands at receiver – among quarterbacks playing the slot, he was worlds better than Jeremiah Masoli this spring and a tad better than Chris Harper was, too.
From Rob Moseley: Senior Nate Costa was with the ones to start the day—and threw an early interception to Javes Lewis—and sophomore Darron Thomas worked in with the first unit later in the day. Nothing to see here, move along, move along ... OK, maybe a little.
From Chris Courtney: Wide receivers D.J. Davis and Eric Dungy had particularly good days Tuesday catching the football all over the field. While Dungy displayed sticky hands as he made difficult catches near the sidelines during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11's, Davis did the majority of his work in the middle of the field.
• Andy Mac looks at the big picture from fall camp and gives his overall impressions on how things stand.
• Ken Goe notes that both Kenjon Barner and LaMichael James have benefited from their time spent on the track team.
"It worked out great," James said. "I'm in the best shape I've ever been. I'm faster, and my running mechanics are better."
• Ken Goe also says to keep an eye on Cliff Harris to play with Talmadge Jackson in the backfield.
“Every day, every hour, every minute I have to stay focused,” Harris said. “That’s all it really is. I can be a goofball at times. I just have to stay focused, all day every day. That’s all they keep pressing on me, stay focused. I’ll get there.”