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    • East Carolina mourns loss of former Pirate Domonique Lennon in fatal shooting
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      East Carolina mourns loss of former Pirate Domonique Lennon in fatal shooting

      The extended Eastern Carolina football family is in mourning following the passing of one of their own. Over the weekend, Domonique Lennon was shot and killed following an incident outside of a Raleigh, NC restaurant. He was just 24 years old. Witnesses described hearing upwards of 15 gunshots, with police arriving at 9:45 p.m. Friday night. No suspect or suspects are in custody as police continue to investigate the fatal shooting, which they believe involved more than one shooter. It’s unknown if Lennon was the target or just caught up in the crossfire. Lennon played defensive back for the Pirates from 2011-15. He played in 26 games his last two seasons with ECU, starting 14 of those contests

    • WR T.J. Simmons transferring from Alabama to West Virginia
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      WR T.J. Simmons transferring from Alabama to West Virginia

      A former Miami Hurricane wasn’t the only Power Five transfer West Virginia landed over the weekend. On his personal Twitter account Sunday, T.J. Simmons surprised many by announcing that he would be transferring from Alabama. Not only that, but the wide receiver announced his new college football home — West Virginia. After sitting out the 2017 season, Simmons will have three years of eligibility remaining with the Mountaineers. A three-star member of the Crimson Tide’s 2016 recruiting class, Simmons was rated as the No. 58 receiver in the country and the No. 9 player at any position in the state of Alabama. While he played in 12 games as a true freshman, mainly on special teams, he caught six

    • Carlos Carriere could be Maryland’s much-needed red zone threat
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      Carlos Carriere could be Maryland’s much-needed red zone threat

      Profiles in Terpage is back for 2017. Last week, we focused on running backs; this week, we’re looking at all of Maryland’s receivers. Carlos Carriere, WR Height: 6’4 Weight: 170 lbs Year: Freshman Hometown: Alpharetta, Georgia High School: Alpharetta High School How he got to College Park Carriere committed to Maryland on May 14, 2016, a week after fellow Georgia wide receiver Sean Nelson. He was a three-star recruit and the No. 108 wide receiver in the nation, according to the 247Sports Composite. 2017 prospectus At 6’4, Carriere has the height to contribute immediately in the red zone. His speed makes him a threat on screens as well, which would make him a good fit since Maryland’s quarterbacks