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Pro Football Focus notes that Washington senior RB Myles Gaskin was ninth last year in "breakaway yardage."

Gaskin had 633 of his 1,282 yards come on breakaway yardage, or for those unfamiliar with the term, yards on runs that goes for 15-plus yards. While that number ranked ninth among returning tailbacks, it pales in comparison to some others who had a substantially higher percentage of their yardage in these type of runs. That should be seen as a positive, as it speaks to Gaskin's ability to consistently churn out four-plus yards; something NFL teams love to see. Gaskin's lack of size (5'10/190) is going to hurt his NFL stock, but his talent gives him a shot of being a professional tailback.
Jun 18 - 11:36 AM

Georgia received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 T Xavier Truss.

This might be considered a bit of an upset, as several recruiting analysts believed that Truss would end up at Penn State. He was also considering Clemson, Auburn, Michigan and Ohio State, among others. The 6-foot-7, 325-pound tackle is ranked the 15th best player at the position by 247 Sports composite rankings, and the top player in the state of Rhode Island. With that size and reported strength, he could be a candidate to play relatively early for the Bulldogs.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 18 - 11:21 AM

ESPN's Craig Haubert compares four-star NC State 2019 DE commit Savion Jackson to former Florida DL Jonathan Bullard.

Bullard developed into not only a very productive defender but also a valuable one, because of his versatility along the Gators' defensive line," writes Haubert. "Jackson possesses similar traits with his combination of initial quickness and power with good size at the moment and the frame to continue to fill out, much like Bullard did in Gainesville." Haubert also notes it's a huge get for NC State, with Jackson ranking sixth among defensive ends in ESPN's 2019 rankings.
Source: ESPN
Jun 17 - 2:41 PM

Virginia received a verbal commitment from 2019 DT Emil Bo Andersen.

Andersen isn't ranked right now, but he's worth bringing up if only because he's one of the more interesting stories to commit so far. He'll be joining the Cavaliers from Europe, as Andersen is Danish and impressed Virginia during their summer camp. At 6-foot-5, 280-pounds, he certainly has the size to be a college football player, and he reportedly showed impressive athleticism from that frame. Football continues to become a global game, as seen in this commitment.
Jun 17 - 2:22 PM

Pittsburgh received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 QB Davis Beville.

Beville was also considering Northwestern, and had interest -- albeit without offers at this time -- from schools like Duke, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. The 6-foot-6, 200-pound signal-caller ranks 24th among pro-style quarterbacks in 247 Sports composite rankings, and he's considered the eighth-best player in the state of South Carolina.
Jun 17 - 2:06 PM

ESPN's Tom Luginbill compares Georgia four-star 2019 QB commit John Rhys Plumlee to Syracuse QB Eric Dungey.

Luginbill calls Plumlee one of the most underrated players at the quarterback position because of his ability to make plays with his arm and feet. "Like Dungey, Plumlee has flown under the radar during the majority of his recruitment," he writes. "Both are exciting athletes and quality passers in an era in which a QB needs to be able to create on his own." Luginbill essentially sees the 6-foot, 185-pound quarterback as a player in between Jake Fromm and Justin Fields; and as he notes, makes their quarterback room that much more diverse.
Source: ESPN
Jun 17 - 1:58 PM
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