I’m sorry things didn’t work out, I wish and hoped they would’ve but I guess there’s a time and place for everything and I guess the right time isn’t now. I hope that in the future things will be different for us and we can start over again, I will always love you and that’ll never ever change no matter who comes into my life, in the time being I hope you find someone who loves you as much as I do and is willing to put up with the things you put me through and the things we went through together and someone cares and willing to do whatever it takes to make you happy like I tried. I wish you the best of the luck I really do. It’s sad to see you go but I guess it’s for the best and things happen for a reason even if the reason doesn’t seem right. I love you to the moon and back and I always hope you remember that, I will always be there for you no matter what. ❤️ I hope you see this.

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Once you get this, list 5 things that make you happy. Then put this in the ask of 10 people who reblogged from you last. :) Have a wonderful day!

1. Devontae
2. Food
3. Frands/Fam
4. Sunflowers
5. Elephants

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The 20 Royal Invites
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2. Travis Mack- Kouture God

3. Otha Baker- BlAKK China

4. Kenya Hutton- The Celebrity

5. Tazair Harris- LucKy Kharm

6. Jodeci Harrison- X-Files

7. David Riley - I Am Legend

8. DeVonta Russell- Mysterious Ken

9. Trench Robinson- Set It OFF

10. Justin Bennett- Perfekt Stranger

11. Jerome Anderson- Slow Motion

12. Cray- Klassic Artist

13. Ja`Jaun Carter- The Bachelor

14. Jodie Washington- SkolDaze

15. Timothy Jackson Smith- HaRdKnock

16. Ralph Parker- ChoKalate

17. Rontavius Deonte Green- HarMony

18. Jarvis Carnell- BLaK MagiK

19. Richmond Brown- Mr Intimidation

20. Michael Todd Baptist- White wine

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The Atlanta Falcons need an ideal fit for the zone-blocking scheme to team with Devonta Freeman in 2015. Duke Johnson is one of the best fits for the scheme in the entire draft. He’s got good top-end speed and was ridiculously productive under the scheme in college.

Johnson is a unique running back in that he was able to amass over 4,200 all-purpose yards over his three collegiate seasons despite getting just 595 touches per season. That’s an average season of 198 touches for over 1,400 yards of production. If he does that in the pros, he’ll be a great committee back.

Duke Johnson

Running Back

University of Miami

Combine/Pro Day Measurements

Height: 5'9-1/8" Weight: 207 pounds

Arm Length: 30-3/8" Hand Measurement: 9-¼"

40 yard dash: 4.50 sec. 10 yard split: 1.59 sec.

20 yard shuttle: 4.16 sec. 3-cone Drill: 6.88 sec. Bench Reps: 18 reps

Vertical Jump: 33.5" Broad Jump: 10'1"


2014: 13 Games Played, 242 Carries, 1,652 Yards, 10 Touchdowns, 38 Catches, 421 Yards, 10 Touchdowns

2013: 8 Games Played, 145 Carries, 920 Yards, 6 Touchdowns, 4 Catches, 77 Yards, 14 Kick Returns, 396 Yards

2012: 12 Games Played, 139 Carries, 947 Yards, 10 Touchdowns, 27 Catches, 221 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 1-of-2 Passing (50.0 Percent), 8 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 27 Kick Returns, 892 Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Scouting Report


Duke Johnson has great athleticism and some solid breakaway speed. As a former long jumper and sprinter, he just knows how to run properly and accelerates better than any back. Because of this, he’s got a ton of ability to be effective as a kick returner.

He fights for every yard and shows a scrappiness that the best smaller backs are able to demonstrate. He also has great ability to cut when he has space. On outside runs, he makes teams pay if they don’t respect this. He’s also an extremely effective receiver out of the backfield and on wheel and angle routes.


As good as Duke is running the ball, he doesn’t have much agility to work off. He’s not a great inside rusher because his lateral cuts while rushing inside aren’t effective. He’s also extremely easy to bring down. Smaller safeties don’t seem to have a problem upending him.

At times, he doesn’t concentrate on keeping the ball tight to his body, which leaves him open to fumble the ball more often than some. He’s also completely ineffective as a pass-blocker at this stage in the game. If he can learn to chip and then go out for a short flat-route, he’ll be serviceable here.

How does he fit the Comrade Filter?

Johnson grew up in hardship, but he didn’t bring it with him throughout his career. He was never arrested nor was he suspended from the Miami program for any period of time. His mother is a corrections officer, and his father died when he was in his teens according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

He’s seemingly used his tougher than normal upbringing to be his motivation, and he is a class act off the field much like Warrick Dunn was. He’s a charitable, lead by example personality and would be an asset for the Falcons locker room for a long time.


Johnson is a comparable running back to Maurice Jones-Drew and could be a back who carries the load in a similar manner. His ideal fit will be a role where he can carry the ball around 225-250 times a year, while he catches it another 35-40 times out of the backfield.

His versatility and team-oriented attitude will make him a high-round draft pick. The only real question is how high he can go. He did suffer an ankle injury during his sophomore year, but he looks to be completely recovered from it at this point in time.

How he would fit into the Falcons’ plans

If the Falcons can get Johnson in the third or fourth round, he would be an excellent complement to Freeman. Johnson has the ability to be a great first- and second-down back who would take the bulk of the carries and catches on early downs.

Johnson still wouldn’t solve the question of a power back for short-yardage and goal-line situations, but he would at least have the ability to give Atlanta another option to try out there. Either way, if Johnson made it to the Falcons in the third round or later, he would be a great pick and good fit for the team.

All stats used are from Pro Football Focus’ Premium StatsESPN.comCFBStats or All combine and pro day info is courtesy of All contract information is courtesy of Spotrac.

Scott Carasik is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He covers the Atlanta Falcons, college football, the NFL and the NFL draft. He’s also a Draft Analyst for Pro Football Spot.

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Judge gives Nashua man prison time, encourages him to better himself when released

NASHUA – A former Nashua man who pleaded guilty in February to three felony and three misdemeanor charges was sentenced this week to nearly two years in prison. Devonta Soto, 22, formerly of 7 Forge Drive, will need to “think long and hard about what you do when you get out” of prison, Judge Jacalyn Colburn told him during his sentencing hearing in Hillsborough County Superior Court South. “It sounds from all accounts that you’re a capable guy … and I think you should be afforded the opportunity to better yourself,” Colburn said after handing down the sentence. In February, Colburn accepted Soto’s guilty pleas to one count each of possession of a dangerous weapon, falsifying physical evidence and receiving stolen property, all felonies, as well as three misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest. This week, she imposed two 2 ½-5 year state prison terms, to run concurrently, on the weapons possession and receiving stolen property charges, and one 3 ½-7 year prison term, all suspended for five years, on the falsifying evidence charge. She also sentenced Soto to 12 months in the Valley Street jail on the three misdemeanor charges, also to run concurrently with the prison sentence. Public defender Steve Rosecan, who represented Soto, said his client wants to “put the issues he’s struggled with behind him” and “go forward with his life.” Assistant County Attorney Lisa Drescher, who prosecuted the case, said her sentence recommendation – the same as Colburn imposed – takes into consideration Soto’s young age and “balances his record with the nature of the crimes.” She noted that Soto’s criminal record includes several earlier felony charges stemming from his arrest in 2013. He has also been charged twice with violating his probation, which was  terminated as part of the agreement. Colburn, while noting that Soto “has a pretty significant record for a 22-year-old man,” encouraged him to make good use of programs and treatment offered at the State Prison. “You’re going to have a lot of choices … of who you hang out with and who you don’t hang out with” in prison, Colburn said.

Judge gives Nashua man prison time, encourages him to better himself when released

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Glad to see some new movement on Devontae’s case.

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