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Villanova Basketball star Daniel Ochefu guest-anchored on CBS

Pretty cool!

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! ICYMI from late last week, Daniel Ochefu swung by the local CBS station and guest-starred for some highlights and gave an update on his future. He's already signed with an agency and should have some NBA workouts in the coming weeks. Good for you, big fella!

Also, doesn't seem like Josh Hart got too many good reviews from the Combine, That's an arena where on-court performance doesn't help many other than a select few, so I'm giving it a whatever. Plenty of workouts to go for him, and I have to imagine he interviewed pretty well with the teams he spoke with.

And now, the "news."

Villanova Basketball Star Daniel Ochefu Fills In As CBS 3's Sports Anchor | CBS Philly
The Chef guest starred to deliver some Eagles news and discuss his professional future.

Underclassmen Who May Need To Return After Middling Combine Showings | DraftExpress
Hart is a gritty competitor and played a huge role in Villanova's NCAA Tournament Championship run, but he doesn't have an NBA-level skill at this stage of his development.

Undersized Chris Lykes has earned oversized profile on Nike circuit | Daily Press
Lykes has scholarship offers from, among others, national champion Villanova, Virginia, VCU, Notre Dame, Miami, Georgetown and North Carolina State

Defensive end Rakim Cox eager to live up to Carolina Panthers’ expectations | The Charlotte Observer
Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman and coach Ron Rivera have been quick to mention Rakim Cox when they talk about their plans at defensive end for 2016.

Pierce Named Most Outstanding Track Performer at BIG EAST Championships |
Freshman sprinter Sterling Pierce (Voorhees, N.J.) swept the conference titles in the 100 meters and the 200 meters, and was named the Men’s Most Outstanding Track Performer as the BIG EAST Championships came to a close at the SPIRE Institute on Saturday afternoon.

Womens Track & Field Finishes Second at BIG EAST Championships |
Four different athletes won individual events and Villanova had an impressive second place finish in the team standings as the BIG EAST Championships wrapped up at the SPIRE Institute on Saturday afternoon.