Recent Examples on the WebAlabama is supposed to have more blue chip NFL prospects than any team in the country.—Joseph Goodman | Jgoodman@al.com, al, 16 Sep. 2023 During and after his playing/managing days, Yogi showed an eye for business, serving as an ad pitchman for numerous blue chip brands.—Christian Red, Forbes, 19 Apr. 2023 Even when her ambitions angled towards senior leadership roles at blue chip companies, those formative lessons from Mr. Fletcher and the legacy of Black art remained her North Star.—Harper's BAZAAR, 31 Aug. 2023 Oregon has flipped a blue chip, top-100 prospect from USC.—oregonlive, 8 Aug. 2023 Following his announcement Saturday afternoon, 4-star defensive lineman TJ Lindsey is the latest blue chip pickup for Hugh Freeze and the Auburn Tigers, who have put the country on notice with recent wins on the recruiting trail.—Ainslie Lee | Alee@al.com, al, 12 Aug. 2023 Here’s a look at some of the names to watch for heading into Big Cat Weekend.
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Coming out of Buford, Ga., KJ Bolden is listed as a blue chip athlete, but is primarily being recruited as a safety.—Ainslie Lee | Alee@al.com, al, 28 July 2023 Lloyds Banking Group shares are among the worst performers of London’s blue chip index on Wednesday.—WSJ, 26 July 2023 Chang also recommends that investors stay defensive by investing in high-quality blue chip stocks with solid balance sheets and keep dry powder.—Krystal Hur, CNN, 16 Apr. 2023 See More
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