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ESPN.com - Michigan's Lewan maturing into a leader
Michigan lost some invaluable leadership on the offensive line when center David Molk graduated. A somewhat unlikely figure is volunteering to fill that void.

SBNation.com - Which draft pick is most likely to bust?
Every year there are players who we miss on in the NFL Draft and end up becoming busts. SB Nation's NFL roundtable tries to identify those players by selecting which draft pick is most likely to end up being a bust.

Cleveland Plain Dealer - Ohio State defensive end John Simon could be great this fall
Now, Meyer is preparing for his first season as Ohio State's coach. And during his first spring practice season, the Buckeyes made strides toward playing the kind of defense that Meyer favored in Gainesville.

CBS Sports - Whether starter or third string, Seahawks giddy about QB Wilson
The Seahawks entered the 2012 draft with six picks. They traded down prior to each of their first two selections, ultimately winding up with 10 picks while still addressing their two primary areas of need -- improving their pass rush and finding a suitable replacement at middle linebacker for free agent defection David Hawthorne.

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