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MountainTop View 5-10-19

Fresno’s NFL Hopeful, CSU Adds A New Receiver, Tennis State Invests In UNLV, and Will Boise and Fresno Continue Conference Dominance?

Broncos’s Head Coach Bryan Harsin At Practice
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Marcus McMaryion raves about Raiders coaches. Now he’s off to another NFL tryout

After working out for the Oakland Raiders, the stars looked like they might have aligned for from Fresno State QB Marcus McMaryion. But unfortunately, out of the two signing the Sliver and Black made, neither of them where for McMaryion. But this isn’t the end of the road for him, he’s heading south to work out for the Saints. A chance to secure a spot in the NFL is very much still alive.

JUCO receiver Dylan Holt commits to CSU football as a defensive back

The Rams will welcome a new player to their roster this season. After playing two years at a junior college, Dylan Holt is making the jump to CSU. With this change of scenery, come a change in position has well. He will be looking to make an impact come this Fall.

Andre Agassi investing in academic success for UNLV athletes

Andre Agassi is giving back to his hometown in an amazing way. Partnering with UNLV, his foundation is working towards upgrading the University’s support system for academics. They are also looking at making the “Center for Student-Athlete Excellence” a reality as well. The school and Agassi want to make UNLV a university where student excel in athletics and academics.

Spring Mountain West football rankings: Will Boise State, Fresno State three-peat?

This latest ranking list looks to rank the best-of-the-best as we get closer to the season opener. Two familiar teams find themselves at the #1 and #2 spot. But will another team challenge them for the top spot this season? Only time will tell.

On The Horizon

Friday: MWCConnection Roundtable: How Many 10-Win Football in 2019?, Revisiting The Boise State 2015 Recruiting Class: Defensive Line

Sunday: A Visual Look Back At MWC Sports (And Otherwise) Over The Last Couple Of Seasons