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When another of the NCAA’s silly rules made it verboten to run both a summer camp and a scouting service, Garfinkel sold HSBI to Tom, who was by then writing it anyway.

New Lions general manager Brad Holmes spent the past seven years as the Rams’ director of college scouting, and he’s the one who pushed the organization hard to draft Goff in the first place.

Holmes was the Rams’ director of college scouting when they drafted Goff.

She vowed to have something to wow Eastman next time, so she started a blog where she published scouting reports and analysis of draft prospects.

According to ESPN, Porter began texting the female reporter, whose name it withheld, in 2016, when he was the director of professional scouting for the Chicago Cubs.

This would take time since, under current law, even scouting Cuban baseball players on the island is illegal.

Yeager died this week at 85, but she never stopped scouting new subjects.

The couple apparently visited the royal chateau in January when they were scouting  locations for the big day.

Hourani began to dabble with a myriad of artistic careers, from model scouting to styling to art direction.

As frustration mounts within the Scouting world, a negative PR snowball builds.

About five miles from Monticello Harry overtook the scouting party, now on their way back to that city.

They were returning from their pursuit of the scouting party and were strung out a long distance along the road.

He then learned that he had attacked and was chasing a small scouting party towards Versailles.

From the sand dunes at Nieuport and Dixmude there was firing also, and the air seemed sometimes to be full of scouting planes.

Morgan's men charged the scouting party, sending them through the village back to the main body in a very demoralized condition.


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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scouting, such as: aloof, arrogant, averse, contemptuous, derisive, and haughty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.