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EMS Education in the Age of COVID-19 - EMSWorld EMS Education in the Age of COVID-19 - EMSWorld Posted: 29 Oct 2020 12:00 AM PDT The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the delivery of education drastically and possibly forever. When schools began shutting down in March to curb the spread of the virus, educators had less than two weeks to convert in-person, interactive curricula into completely virtual, contactless classrooms. Accomplishing this seamlessly was challenging for medical and allied health profession schools, like EMS programs, where patient contact and practicing skills on classmates is an essential component of the training. Yet EMS professionals rose to the occasion. We profile a few of them here. Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, Ore. Gary Heigel, paramedic program director and chair of the Emergency Services Department at RCC, says his department is fairly progressive with how it delivers education, with moves in recent year

2020 NFL Draft: Top 30 Undrafted Free Agents. Where Did They Sign? - College Football News

Who are the best free agent players available after the 2020 NFL Draft and where did they sign? 

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30. WR Juwan Johnson, Oregon

Okay, so he doesn’t have the blazing wheels, and he wasn’t quite as consistent or as devastating as he should’ve been, but he’s a 6-4, 230-pound matchup problem who should’ve been taken as a flier at some point on Saturday. There’s too much upside – and size – to ignore.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

29. DT Darrion Daniels, Nebraska

A bit overloved by some throughout the offseason draft process, the 6-3, 311-pounder fell out of the draft with his lack of the NFL tools to be an every down starter. He’s a good worker who’ll do what’s needed, but he’s a backup for the interior rotation.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

28. CB Lamar Jackson, Nebraska

Where do you want to play him? He’s a corner, but he’s 6-2 and 208 pounds with the versatility to work as a safety somewhere. The bulk is in place, and he can hit, but he’s just okay in coverage.
Signed By: New York Jets
Projected Round: Seventh

27. WR Binjimen Victor, Ohio State

With 6-4 size, great hands, and an excellent reel of good moment as a Buckeye, he should’ve gone before the seventh round as a good shot for the stars. He might not have tremendous wheels, but he’s fast enough to find a role.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

26. DE LaDarius Hamilton, North Texas

The 6-2, 262-pound size was a problem. He’s not tall enough, he doesn’t have the right frame, and he just doesn’t look the part of an NFL end. He’s not bulky enough to work inside, even though he’ll do anything to make the play.
Signed By: Dallas
Projected Round: Seventh

25. DE Malcolm Roach, Texas

Where does he work on the line? The 6-2, 297-pounder is a smallish tackle who doesn’t play like one, and he’s not a normal pass rusher for the outside. There’s enough to like as a possible versatile backup.
Signed By: New Orleans
Projected Round: Seventh

24. CB AJ Green, Oklahoma State

The 6-2, 202-pound size makes up for his lack of next-level speed. There’s a good college resumé to like, but he’s a bit too much of a tweener for the NFL. He’s really a safety, but he’ll try to make a team as a corner.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

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23. DT Josiah Coatney, Ole Miss

The lack of raw bulk is too much of a problem. He’s just 6-3 and 308 pounds, and he doesn’t have the athleticism to overcome his inability to bring the thump. However, he holds up well for his size against the run.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

22. WR Austin Mack, Ohio State

This is a bit strange. Yeah, there isn’t any one thing that made him stand out from the pick of receivers, but he’s 6-2 and 208 pounds with good route-running ability, good toughness, and enough to be a No. 3 NFL receiver. He fell through the cracks.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

21. RB James Robinson, Illinois State

It’s hard being a running back prospect. He’s not all that big, but he’s compact, tough, and he’ll bring the power for his 5-9, 219-pound size. There aren’t a lot of wow parts to his game, but he’s a productive talent who could fit nicely in a rotation.
Signed By: COMING
Projected Round: Sixth

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