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Rutgers senior LB Khaseem Greene accounted for 1.5 tackles for loss, including a half sack, one fumble recovery for a touchdown, two quarterback hurries, and eleven total tackles Friday against Virginia Tech.

Greene, as usual, was all over the field, chasing down ball carriers from behind and finding the ball to convert turnovers into big plays. We would like him to attack the run with more aggression, but Greene's comfort and mobility in coverage will definitely be coveted in the NFL, perhaps as a top-50 pick.
Sat, Dec 29, 2012 10:12:00 AM

The New York Times blasted Florida State and the Tallahassee police on Wednesday, reporting that its examination of QB Jameis Winston's sexual assault case found that "there was virtually no investigation at all, either by the police or the university."

State Attorney Willie Meggs was quoted as saying that the police "just missed all the basic fundamental stuff that you are supposed to do." Specifically, Meggs was perturbed that the cops waited two weeks to contact Winston after the accuser identified him as her attacker -- and then they did so by phone. "It's insane to call a suspect on the phone," Meggs said. An internal Tallahassee police e-mail stated that the department had "received a call from the Athletic Directors Assistant inquiring about the case." The Times also reported that a second woman -- who did not accuse the QB of rape -- sought counseling after a sexual encounter with Winston. The reigning Heisman winner declined comment, and his attorney, David Cornwell, said, "We don't need an investigation, thorough or otherwise, to know that Jameis did not sexually assault this young lady."
Apr 16 - 5:02 PM

UCLA edge rusher Anthony Barr was told by Cowboys' defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli that he could play defensive end on a 4-3 team.

"I spoke with him at length today. He showed me a lot of tape of (Julius) Peppers and Simeon Rice and (Warren) Sapp, so I think he wants me playing that defensive right end position to go after the quarterback, and that's something I'm all for," Barr, who is visiting Dallas, said. For that transition to occur, Barr would have to pack muscle onto his frame, and, perhaps more importantly, be taught how to disengage and use counter moves in close quarters. It doesn't sound like the best idea, as using his speed in space is Barr's primary strength right now. UCLA coach Jim Mora, however, agrees with Marinelli. "For a 3-4 team, he's definitely an outside linebacker," Mora said. "I do think he could weigh 260 pounds and maintain his speed and quickness, to play defensive end for a 4-3 team. He was our right end in nickel. He didn't feel comfortable going down (with a hand in the ground) and just rushed from a two-point (stance). He'll get better at that."
Apr 16 - 4:38 PM

Texas A&M senior QB Matt Joeckel will transfer, leaving the starting QB race down to Kenny Hill and Kyle Allen.

The brother of Jaguars OT Matt graduated in December and will be eligible to play immediately, wherever he winds up. "I have loved my 4 1/2 years at Texas A&M," Matt Joeckel said. "I am glad I had the opportunity to play for Coach Sumlin, Coach [Jake] Spavital and the rest of the coaches. I am proud to have my degree from the Mays Business School and I'll always consider myself a member of the Aggie family." Meanwhile, Hill and Allen will now square off to become Johnny Manziel's heir. Hill has more experience, but he was was arrested for public intoxication and suspended indefinitely last month. Allen is the No. 1 quarterback recruit in the land. Whoever wins the gig is likely to put up big numbers.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 16 - 4:17 PM

Towson RB Terrance West is visiting the Seahawks on Wednesday, according to NFL.com's Gil Brandt.

Per Brandt and other reports, West visited the Ravens on Monday and the Vikings on Tuesday. He also previously worked out for the Cardinals and had an official visit with the Titans. There is a chance that West will be the first non-FBS player off the board, but he'll battle Jimmy Garoppolo, Billy Turner and Pierre Desir for that title.
Apr 16 - 11:33 AM

The Cowboys used one of their 30 visits to host Florida DT Dominique Easley, according to Bryan Broaddus.

Per Broaddus, Easley's medical recheck is scheduled to take place in late April, but the Cowboys got a jump on his development thanks to the visit. We still consider Easley a top 10 talent due to his disruptive ability from the interior. Teams could see him as a one or three technique. Easley is recovering from a second torn ACL, one in each knee.
Apr 16 - 11:29 AM

The Ravens, Falcons, Patriots, Colts, Browns and Jets are showing the most interest in Missouri edge rusher Michael Sam, according to the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Sam will likely be a fifth- to seventh-round selection. He produced at a high rate last season, but Sam is a bit of a one trick pony, utilizing an edge rip move to beat heavy footed offensive tackles. He fails to use his hands to jolt opponents to the chest or work inside.
Apr 16 - 11:25 AM

Oregon State edge rusher Scott Crichton visited the Broncos on Wednesday.

Crichton previously visited the Cowboys on Tuesday and is headed to the Chargers on Thursday. Each team could use edge rushing helps, and Crichton offers it in the form of a straight-line rusher with power at the point of attack. He lacks bend but has a great motor.
Apr 16 - 11:19 AM

Panthers WR coach Ricky Proehl is visiting FSU on Wednesday.

Proehl will obviously be taking a look at Kelvin Benjamin, but could also be checking out Kenny Shaw. Scrolling through Proehl's twitter feed, he has recently taken visits to Coastal Carolina, Indiana, Vanderbilt, Wyoming, Fresno State, USC and Oregon State.
Apr 16 - 10:38 AM

The Cowboys are hosting Notre Dame OL Zack Martin for a visit on Wednesday, according to Jeff Cavanaugh.

Martin would likely play guard early in his career, with Tyron Smith cemented at left tackle and Doug Free on the roster in 2014. However, he could move to the right side later down the road. We think Martin fits best on the inside, thanks to his powerful hands and comfort in tight spaces. His wide base allowed quick edge rushers to win on counter moves.
Apr 16 - 10:34 AM

Fresno State QB Derek Carr is visiting the Bucs on Wednesday, according to beat writer Jenna Laine.

The Bucs signed Josh McCown to be the starter in 2014, but the new decision makers have shown zero attachment to Mike Glennon. Carr is an unlikely option at No. 7, but a team could trade back into the first-round to lock up that fifth year contract option.
Apr 16 - 10:29 AM

Alabama QB AJ McCarron is conducting a private workout for the Browns on Wednesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

McCarron is nothing more than a third-round pick, no matter how much you value his game. The Alabama quarterback is a limited passer, but teams might conclude he could help a team win if supported by a strong running game and tough defense. Teams will try to mimic the Seahawks' approach, but they'll need plenty of luck if McCarron is the choice at quarterback.
Apr 16 - 10:19 AM




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