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Wisconsin redshirt sophomore OLB Max Praschak will transfer to Division III River Falls.

Praschak, a 6-foot-2, 203-pounder, played in two games during the 2016 season and recorded one tackle. He was already thinking about leaving Madison when a spring meeting with a coach pushed him over the top. "My coach brought me into his office and he said they were planning on cutting up to 15 walk-ons in my class," Praschak said. "I was the only walk-on at my position so I saw where I stood."
Source: SB Nation
Jul 20 - 2:59 PM

SB Nation suggests Arizona as a potential landing spot for dismissed former Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington.

On Wednesday, Carrington visited Utah. That same day, John Canzano of the Oregonian reported that "more than one Pac-12 coach" is interested in the booted receiver. Carrington, a top-200 player in the 2013 class, was previously recruited by Arizona. As SB Nation's Arizona blog notes, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Carrington would help to shore up Arizona's unimpressive receiving corps and also give it some much-needed size. NFL Draft Diamonds reported this week that 15 "big time schools" have contacted him. Carrington posted a career 112-1,919-15 line for the Ducks.
Source: SB Nation
Jul 20 - 2:52 PM

Texas A&M redshirt freshman WR Quartney Davis (ACL) caught two passes for 22 yards and a touchdown in the spring game.

Davis missed last season due to a torn ACL. The Aggies are attempting to sort out the WR depth chart behind Christian Kirk. Aaron Hansford, Jhamon Ausbon and Damion Ratley are all competing with Davis for reps. Ausbon, a true frosh, received the most hype in the spring.
Jul 20 - 2:35 PM

Of Nebraska junior WR Stanley Morgan, Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes "I’d like to see more production before going out on the limb and predicating he’ll be a top 60 pick."

Pauline mentions that "several" like Morgan. Presumably, he means NFL scouts. Pauline agrees with them, but wants to see the potential manifest more on the field. Last season, Morgan caught only 33 passes for 453 yards and two touchdowns.
Jul 20 - 2:17 PM

Clemson junior DT Christian Wilkins clocked a 4.80 forty this spring at 6-foot-2 1/5 and 310 pounds.

Wilkins received All-American honors last season with 56 tackles and 13.5 TFL while making the All-ACC Academic Team and helping lead the Tigers to a national title. Be boasts a ridiculous 10-yard split of 1.62 seconds, which easily would have been tops among all 300-plus-pounders at this year’s NFL Combine. In addition, Wilkins bench presses 375 and does 31 reps of 225.
Source: SI
Jul 20 - 2:01 PM

Washington redshirt junior WR Brayden Lenius returned to the football team this spring following a suspension.

Lenius sat out last season while buried deep in coach Chris Peterson's doghouse. Now, Peterson is confident that Lenius will contribute to the 2017 incarnation of the Huskies. The rangy Lenius (6'5/231) caught 26 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns in 2015. With John Ross gone, he'll attempt to work into the rotation behind Dante Pettis and Chico McClatcher. Lenius is the grandson of Eldridge Dickey, the first African-American quarterback ever selected in the first round of an AFL or NFL Draft (Dickey was the Raiders' first-round pick in 1968), and the son of Troy Dickey, who played wide receiver at Arizona and in the CFL.
Jul 20 - 1:30 PM
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