Todd McShay ESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN College Football and NFL Draft Analyst Joined ESPN in 2006 Played quarterback in high school and was a backup QB for the University of Richmond. Follow on Twitter The deadline for underclassmen to declare has come and gone, and we'll get a look at some of the top talent at this week's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, which means it's a good time to reset the prospect picture. Here are my updated top 32 prospects for the 2018 NFL draft right now, plus my top 10 prospects at each position. Note: Underclassmen marked with asterisks. Grade: 95 | Previous rank: 2 Barkley was the best running back in the nation this season, racking up over 1,200 yards on 5.9
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George Stephanopoulos coolly backs Sarah Huckabee Sanders into a corner over Trump's hand in the shutdown
Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos was a man of relatively few words during his interview with White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday morning, but what he did say raised serious questions about President Trump's own potential hand in the ongoing government shutdown. Sanders began the interview by using Stephanopoulos' opening question to blast Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for the shutdown. "I know sometimes members like Sen. Schumer need a little help and guidance getting through big policy negotiations like that," she told Stephanopoulos, "but the president's laid out what he wants and if they need help understanding it, we'd be happy to send
Melissa Gorga Wants To Collaborate With Erika Jayne; Shares Where She Stands With Former Cast Mates Caroline Manzo, Jacqueline Laurita, & Amber Marchese
There are few things that I love more than a Real Housewife attempting a music career. If the song is great, then that gives me another bop to listen to. If the song is terrible, it’s entertaining for a totally different reason. I will listen to it just as much (if not more). It’s really a win-win for the super fans like myself. That’s why I miss Melissa Gorga’s early days on Real Housewives of New Jersey when she wanted to be a pop star and her husband built a recording studio in their basement. These days she is caught up with her clothing story Envy and all of that restaurant drama, but if she ever wanted to record another song, I would be all for it. During her appearance on The Morning Breath,
For Elyse, losing weight was about so much more than "looking good in a bathing suit." She told POPSUGAR, "It's about having healthy levels of cholesterol without pumping in medication; it's about reversing diabetes; it's about waking up in the morning and putting on clothes without crying!" She has worked hard to get her health to where it is today. In just the last six months, she has lost over 50 pounds - and she did it all through diet and exercise. "I lost [weight] using keto," Elyse said. "There are many types of keto, and I do a more whole-food approach." That means she eats a lot of lean meats and vegetables, but it's all paired with "healthy fats like avocado, coconut, nuts, seeds, and some dairy like sour cream and cheese." Some people may think of keto as a restrictive diet, but Elyse says it actually allows her to enjoy many different foods.
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Mylee Billingham, eight, died after being stabbed at a house in Walsall on Saturday night.
North Korean officials desperate to feed Kim Jong Un’s hungry army are ransacking the homes of drought-stricken farmers to collect every last grain of food inside, according to a report that highlights rising tensions between the regime and the public. The raids come weeks after news surfaced that soldiers in Kim’s army are being given months off at a time to scrounge around fields to find food. "Officials carried out home searches in Paekam County to determine how much food some families had,” a North Korean source told Daily NK. “As an excuse to enter and demand bribes, they said to the residents, 'Are we just going to let our military starve while the Americans lick their lips and prepare
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WASHINGTON - Peaches got creamed at the Supreme Court Monday. The justices ruled unanimously that District of Columbia police were within their rights to arrest 21 party-goers for trespassing and disorderly conduct in 2008 at a boozy bachelor party hosted by a woman named "Peaches." Justice Clarence Thomas wrote that police made an "entirely reasonable inference" that those attending the party, which featured booze, drugs and strippers, knew they shouldn't be there because the home was vacant and in disarray. "The living room had been converted into a makeshift strip club," he wrote. "Strippers in bras and thongs, with cash stuffed in their garter belts, were giving lap dances. Upstairs, the