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Former UNC football signee Donavan Tate enduring baseball struggles
Donavan Tate was a highly rated quarterback prospect back in 2009 when he reported for football practice at North Carolina. But after one day of...

Donavan Tate earns veterans' respect
Donavan Tate, the third overall pick in the June draft, wasn't Mark McGwire in his first batting practice with the Padres yesterday, fouling off numerous...

Two very rich former Tar Heels
Just in case you missed it late Monday night, both Dustin Ackley and Donavan Tate beat the clock and signed contracts just before the deadline...

Donavan Tate picks Padres over North Carolina
Outfielder Donavan Tate, the third pick overall in the June amateur draft, agreed Monday to a deal with the San Diego Padres worth approximately $6.25...

Lars Tate urges son Donavan to sign with Padres
On the Padres front, the father of Padres first round pick Donavan Tate, confirmed today he has told the Georiga high school slugger he should...

Lars Tate ‘couldn’t be more proud’ of son Donavan
To bring you up to date, Donavan showed up late to the Tar Heels’ preseason camp this past weekend, worked out with the team for...

Donavan Tate leaves UNC football program
Donavan Tate has left the UNC football program. A UNC spokesman says the freshman quarterback was not at practice Wednesday and will likely sign a...

Tar Heels wait on two-sport standout
North Carolina football coach Butch Davis no longer coaches in the NFL, but he’s not immune to some of the same problems as the pros...

UNC may lose Donavan Tate to baseball
Donavan Tate, a North Carolina freshman quarterback, is expected to arrive on campus today to start football practice but how long he stays is anyone's...

Donavan Tate still unsigned by Padres
If the Padres successfully negotiate a contract with agent Scott Boras for first-round pick Donavan Tate, there's a good chance that the Padres won't sign...

Donavan Tate Latest Peach State Two-Sport Star
Donavan Tate had decided to give up football last summer and wasn't on Cartersville's team for its opener. But he missed the sport and his...

Tar Heels have scholarship numbers in order
Despite the addition of transfer Nelson Hurst, North Carolina appears to have its scholarship numbers squared away. Three players are expected to enroll at Hargrave...

Padres draft gamble on Donavan Tate worthwhile
Donavan Tate is athletic, fast, and in demand. He is 18 and on a full ride to play both baseball AND football at the University...

Donavan Tate brings tools, no trials
Donavan Tate brings all of the tools and none of the tribulation. He's a ballplayer with no known baggage and not much in the way...

Donavan Tate undecided on future
Class of 2009 ESPNU 150 athlete Donavan Tate, who signed with North Carolina in February, was selected by the San Diego Padres with the No...

Donavan Tate made No. 3 pick in baseball draft
Donavan Tate, who led Cartersville High School to back-to-back state championships, has parlayed that success into being chosen by the San Diego Padres No. 3...

Donavan Tate lacking effort?
Several MLB scouting experts seem to be enamored with outfielder Donavan Tate, a two-sport star from Cartersville (Ga.), in advance of the June 9 MLB...

Donavan Tate may drop to 2nd round in MLB Draft
With teams in meetings trying to line up things, variables like signability or injury risk can shake things up in a hurry. The best example...

Baseball Signee Profile: Donavan Tate
North Carolina signee Donavan Tate is a 6-3, 200-pound outfielder from Cartersville (Ga.) High School. Tate is a phenomenal multi-sport athlete who has signed on...

Donavan Tate MLB Draft Status Update
To give you an idea of what kind of athlete Donavan Tate is, he's ranked in the top 100 high schoolers in both baseball and...

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