Gulley Leads Deep Group into Training Camp

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Gulley Leads Deep Group into Training Camp
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When Jerome Smith decided to forego his senior season at Syracuse and enter the 2014 NFL Draft, the Orange's starting running back role fell to Prince-Tyson Gulley. The senior has put together a strong summer thus far and is expected to earn the most carries in a running back group that includes redshirt sophomores George Morris II and Devante McFarlane — both of whom saw increased playing time toward the end of last season — and thinning senior Adonis Ameen-Moore.

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