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NFL Draft Scout's Dane Brugler projects the Browns to take USC QB Sam Darnold with the first-overall pick in the 2018 draft.

Brugler has UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen going second to the Giants, NC State edge-rusher Bradley Chubb third to the Colts, and Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick rounding out the top four to the Browns. On Darnold, Brugler notes that his turnovers stand out, but it's tough to ignore his footwork, arm strength and instincts. Expect to see Darnold as the first-overall pick in many more mocks before we get to draft day.
Jan 17 - 1:48 AM

NFL.com Analyst Bucky Brooks believes that 11 teams need to draft a quarterback in 2018.

Those eleven teams, if you were curious: The Browns, Giants, Broncos, Jets, Washington, Cardinals, Chargers, Bills, Steelers, Jaguars and Vikings. Brooks isn't saying that all of these teams need to take them in the first round, but outside of maybe the Chargers and Washington, it's pretty easy to see all of the clubs taking one. This is a strong QB draft as Brooks notes, but there are going to be a few teams that are disappointed they didn't get their guy. This is going to be a fun, fun draft season.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 17 - 1:41 AM

San Jose Mercury News writer Jon Wilner believes that Washington should be heavy favorites to win the Pac-12 in 2018.

Wilner notes that last year's division winners -- USC and Stanford -- both were hammered with losses to the NFL Draft. Outside of Vita Vea, who is certainly a big loss both literally and figuratively, the Huskies did not have such losses, and bring back all-everything tailback Myles Gaskin. "Washington will have more balance (fewer weaknesses) than either the Trojans or Cardinal, and the leap from middle-of-the-Pac to playoff contender seems a bit steep for the likes of Oregon, Arizona, and Arizona State, despite their returning quarterbacks," Wilner writes. "At this early point, it looks like the Huskies or bust for the Pac-12’s playoff drive in 2018."
Jan 17 - 1:33 AM

Florida State has hired David Kelly to be their new WR coach.

Kelly came over with new head coach Willie Taggart from Oregon, but it was expected that he would work in an off-field role as an analyst. So much for that. He's been with Taggart since 2015 at USF and joined Oregon to be their director of recruiting in 2017. He's also served as a wideout coach for Georgia, Georgia Tech, Stanford, LSU and a host of other schools.
Jan 17 - 1:21 AM

Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports reports that Maryland OC Walt Bell will become the new offensive coordinator at Florida State.

Bell spent one year at Maryland, and came over to the Terrapins after working in the same capacity at Arkansas State. Prior to working for the Red Wolves, he was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for North Carolina. He was also rumored to be a candidate to become the new coordinator at Alabama.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 17 - 1:17 AM

Arizona DB Dane Cruikshank has gotten mixed reviews from analysts over his first two days of practices ahead of the East-West Shrine Game.

NFL College Football 24/7 writer Chase Goodbread notes that Cruikshank made a pass breakup on a sideline throw on Tuesday, but Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline notes that the former Wildcat corner wasn't consistent, and was a half-second late on some throws. He also notes that he's expected to run in the 4.3 range, and that he's getting mid-round talk. Consistency was an issue with Cruikshank at Arizona, so this is an important week for the corner to show that the talent is there.
Jan 17 - 1:13 AM
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