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08/11/14 - 2014 PRESEASON TED HENDRICKS AWARD WATCH LIST: RANDY GREGORY, NEBRASKA...Gregory became one of the Big Tenís top defenders last season and has earned preseason All-America accolades in 2014. In his first year with the Huskers, Gregory led the Big Ten with 10.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss. Nine of Gregoryís sacks came in Big Ten Conference play, including a season-high three sacks at Michigan. - Nebraska football
08/08/14 - Nebraska's NFL Draft-Eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 1. DE Randy Gregory, RS Junior...Gregory has a lean, lanky frame and needs to continue and develop his body strength and natural power, but uses his length well to extend and shoot his arms into blockers. He has explosive get-off and bursts upfield very quickly, displaying outstanding speed and closing burst in pursuit of the ballcarrier. Gregory has quick feet and easy lateral moves to avoid blockers, appearing natural in space and on his feet with smooth change of direction movements. He has active hands and never quits fighting to the ball, but needs to load more ammo into his hands to better convert speed to power.
Gregory struggles to anchor and can be driven backwards, especially at the point of attack when attempting to leverage blockers who get under his pads. He has only been on the Nebraska campus for one calendar year and should be a more consistent finisher after a full 365 days in the Huskers strength and conditioning program. Nebraska hasn't had a top-15 draft pick since Ndamukong Suh went No. 2 overall in the 2010 NFL Draft, but Gregory has the type of potential to hear his name in the first half of round one. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
08/08/14 - Nebraska's NFL Draft-Eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 1. DE Randy Gregory, RS Junior...One of the breakout stars in all of college football last season, Gregory quickly cemented himself in the Huskers' starting line-up and finished the 2013 season as the Big Ten leader in sacks (10.5). After originally committing to Purdue out of high school, Gregory struggled to qualify and enrolled at Arizona Western where he blossomed into one of the top JUCO recruits. He transferred to Nebraska in the summer of 2013 and although he was new to the program, he made an instant impact in Lincoln with 66 tackles, including 19 behind the line of scrimmage. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
08/08/14 - 2014 BIG TEN FOOTBALL PRESEASON PLAYERS TO WATCH (MEDIA): Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska...Gregory became one of the Big Tenís top defenders last season and has earned preseason All-America accolades in 2014. In his first year with the Huskers, Gregory led the Big Ten with 10.5 sacks and 19 tackles for loss. Nine of Gregoryís sacks came in Big Ten Conference play, including a season-high three sacks at Michigan. - Nebraska football
08/04/14 - Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory wants to be known for being more than just a pass rusher. After leading the Big Ten with 10 1/2 sacks last season, he says he needs to become better as a run-stopper. Gregory's difficulty holding his ground against the run stemmed from his struggle to maintain weight. He dropped as low as 230 pounds last season. Last week, the 6-foot-6 Gregory was up to 248. Some NFL draft projections have Gregory listed in the upper half of the first round next year. Gregory said he wouldn't decide until after the season whether to enter the draft as an underclassman. But he acknowledged he bought an insurance policy two months ago to protect himself in case an injury causes his draft position to drop. - AP Sports