Data Scout Notes: 2015: NAC...Coming off 2015 Suspension/Suspended First Seven Games/Improper Benefits...PLombardi/POutland/P1stM...Case/Charges Dismissed...06-27-15 - Arrested & charged with domestic violence against his stepfather...2014: (+) Coming off Dec 2014 Leg INJ/2ndC...POutland/P1stM...2013: NAC/2ndM
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06/16/16 - G-T Laremy Tunsil continues working with the second team, for the most part. Head coach Adam Gase reiterated during minicamp Tunsil won't be gifted a starting job. Tunsil, the No. 13 pick from Mississippi, seems to be battling Dallas Thomas for the starting left-guard job.
06/09/16 - G/T Laremy Tunsil has been impressive so far, according to teammates and coaches.
"We don't need to start making a (Hall-of-Fame) bust yet or anything because we haven't put pads on," offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said, "but as far as this phase, he's been exceptional."
Tunsil, who has been alternating between left guard and left tackle, has been humble, workmanlike and inquisitive, according to those who see him every day.
And, apparently, he can play.
"It's crazy how athletic he is," guard-center Jamil Douglas said.
"He's a strong kid," right tackle Ja'Wuan James said. "A good kid, too."
Tunsil, the No. 13 pick from Mississippi, is trying to deflect praise and focus on the switch from left tackle in college to left guard in the NFL.
"It's all a process," he said. "Coming from playing tackle to moving to guard it's not that different at all. You're going against great guys. The set is kind of different, but, hey, I'm here to help the team in any kind of way, like I said before.
"I'm happy to be playing guard, tackle, it really doesn't matter to me."
06/02/16 - G-T Laremy Tunsil, the first-round pick from Mississippi, remains the favorite to start at left guard, alongside LT Branden Albert. Tunsil has been so-so in practices media has been allowed to watch. Even with no pads and going less than full speed, it appears obvious Tunsil is having trouble adjusting to NFL speed.
01/04/16 - Mississippi left tackle Laremy Tunsil has decided to enter the NFL draft after three seasons anchoring the team's offensive line. The school announced the 6-foot-5, 305-pound junior's decision on Monday, just a few hours after teammate Laquon Treadwell, who is a receiver, also decided to turn pro. Tunsil said in the statement that he "will always cherish my time at Ole Miss and the relationships with my teammates, coaches and staff." Coach Hugh Freeze said "few players have brought more joy to my life than Laremy Tunsil, and I'm so proud to see him take this next step in his life." Tunsil missed the first seven games of his junior season after he was suspended by the NCAA for receiving improper benefits. He started the Rebels' final six games. - AP Sports
10/26/15 - Ole Miss felt like it had a chance to be one of the nationís elite teams this year because it had several of the nationís top players. Problem is itís been tough for the 24th-ranked Rebels to keep them on the field. Offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche, receiver Laquon Treadwell and safety Tony Conner are all considered potential first-round picks in the 2016 NFL Draft, but that talented foursome hasnít played one game together all season. Nkemdiche missed Saturdayís game against Texas A&M after suffering a concussion against Memphis last week. He joined Conner _ who tore an MCL in his right knee against Alabama in September _ on the sideline. Tunsil played in his first game this season on Saturday after serving a seven-game NCAA suspension for receiving illegal benefits. The only one of the four who has played every game this year is Treadwell, who came into the game with an SEC-leading 49 catches for 654 yards and four touchdowns. - AP Sports