Once again our very own Ale Narciso was all over the biggest stories of session 1 yesterday. If you haven't already, check out his update HERE.
Here are some of the other major developments of the rest of the day.
Most underrated performer of Fall Camp so far? Easily Anthony Chickillo.
Whoa RT @DavidFurones90: Today Quan Muhammad was asked to pick a defender he'd take w/ him in a dark alley. His answer, Anthony Chickillo.— spydercane (@spydercane) August 11, 2014
Hard not to like what I'm seeing from DE Anthony Chickillo. Finishing every drill hard. Coaches have raved about him.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 11, 2014
Anthony Chickillo just powered through the OL and gets to Kaaya. Offense recovers with a Duke Johnson TD.— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) August 6, 2014
Who else is having a HUGE camp on D? Antonio Crawford is making a case to start.
Antonio Crawford, who already has two picks this camp, just got a sack on Heaps.— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) August 11, 2014
But the CB I expect the biggest jump from this season, is still Artie Burns!
Pick-six for Artie Burns. Jumped a short Brad Kaaya pass intended for D'Mauri Jones.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 11, 2014
In the meantime LB competition is heating up:
Thurston Armbrister has a black jersey this afternoon.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 11, 2014
Juwon Young hasn't had an outstanding camp, but that juggling INT off Heaps will open coaches' eyes.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 11, 2014
There was some concern about the health of freshman RB Joe Yearby, but it appears he is okay.
Joseph Yearby is back at practice, taking handoffs and cutting and such in the walkthrough #Canes are currently conducting.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) August 11, 2014
It looks like Duke Johnson is going to be a bigger part of the passing game this season.
.@DukeJohnson_8 making lots of catches today— Susan Miller Degnan (@smillerdegnan) August 11, 2014
When Ryan Williams went down with injury (even after the arrival of Jake Heaps) the prevailing wisdom was that whomever started at QB would be fine, because of the talent around them. But more and more it is looking like the most important position on the field could be a strength:
.@GoldenAl on QBs: "It’s tight. It’s just unbelievable when you think about it. A couple of weeks ago, there were three guys we hadnt seen."— Camron Ghorbi (@CamronGhorbi) August 11, 2014
Pretty spectacular tweet: https://t.co/Pnwus8uoZ1— JN Gerhart (@JNGerhart) August 11, 2014
And that is a big time reason for optimism 'Canes fans...
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