http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/col...-theo-riddick/

Theo Riddick is playing here in Miami this evening, he is quite the player, and the kind of weapon offenses are adding to their firepower in today's passing game. As you can read in the attached article Jeff, Jonas Gray speaks very highly of Riddick, maybe you can bring him into your office and he can tell you a little bit more about him.

All kidding aside, Gray likes the way Riddick handled adversity while they were teammates, and this is a kid I think will be a much better player than his draft spot would suggest. I am really interested to see how Brian Kelly uses him this evening, and how much respect Nick Saban shows for him, in how much attention he pays to slowing down Riddick. I don't see a scenario where Notre Dame is victorious tonight without Theo Riddick having an impact for their offense.