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Rutgers' junior CB Logan Ryan announced that will declare for the NFL Draft.

Ryan is a physical man corner who does not mind disrupting targets at the catch point. Add in that the junior is not afraid to close aggressively on the edge and Ryan is a likely top-64 selection.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 09:41:00 AM

Bovada listed Oklahoma redshirt senior QB Baker Mayfield as the favorite to win the 2017 Heisman Trophy at 11/2.

Louisville QB Lamar Jackson, who won the Heisman this past season on the strength of a brilliant campaign as both a runner and thrower, doesn't even follow Mayfield on the board. Instead, Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett comes in at 6/1, with Jackson slotting in at 7/1. Barrett's going to need to improve on a wobbly 2016 season if he is to have any shot of actually winning the award. Other contenders of note: USC QB Sam Darnold (9/1), Penn State RB Saquon Barkley and QB Trace McSorley (10/1) and Washington QB Jake Browning (10/1).
Jan 23 - 4:21 PM

Browns HC Hugh Jackson says he won't hold Clemson QB Deshaun Watson's decision not to play in the Senior Bowl against him.

Cleveland reportedly asked Watson to participate, but Watson rebuffed them, citing the long season that had just concluded. "There are going to be other guys that are not participating either, so I won't hold it against him," Jackson, coaching the South team, said. "I don't think that's the right thing to do. He's still a draftable player, there's still a process we have to go through to evaluate him and see if he can fit here with the Cleveland Browns.'' Jackson admitted he was disappointed when he first learned that Watson declined the invitation. "I think he's a high-character guy,'' Jackson said. "I think he's made of the right stuff. I don't think there's anything malicious about his decision. I just think he's like a lot of guys who have made this decision to do what's best for them." The Browns hold the No. 1 and No. 12 overall picks.
Jan 23 - 4:02 PM

An AFC scout says Miami TE David Njoku is Bubba Franks with better athleticism.

"He's a more athletic Bubba Franks," said the scout. "He's big and athletic. He can run routes and block at the point of attack. Plus, he has some dog (nastiness/aggressiveness) in him. ... I would take him high. I love the kid!" NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah ranks the 6-foot-4, 245-pound Njoku as one of the Draft's 15-best overall prospects. "You rarely see a big tight end move with that kind of suddenness, which makes him a rare find at the position," wrote his colleague Bucky Brooks. "As a pass-catcher, Njoku displayed strong hands and outstanding tracking ability. He easily adjusted to off-target tosses and expanded the strike zone for quarterbacks with his length and leaping ability." Brooks loved Njoku's blocking ability, too, and said he could "blossom into a Martellus Bennett-like playmaker as a Y tight end."
Source: NFL.com
Jan 23 - 3:51 PM

Arkansas redshirt sophomore QB Ricky Town transferred to Ventura College.

The former four-star prospect originally committed to Alabama before decommitting and signing with USC in 2015. The 6-foot-3, 214-pound Town transferred to Arkansas before that season even began, in August 2015. After a pair of years on the bench, he's on the move again. Once he plays out the 2017 season, Town will have two years of eligibility left for a potential return to the FBS.
Source: SEC Country
Jan 23 - 3:40 PM

Ohio State redshirt senior QB J.T. Barrett says the offensive coaching changes at Ohio State factored into his decision to return to campus.

"Change is not always bad. I think it was needed," he said. Buckeyes HC Urban Meyer replaced Ed Warinner and Tim Beck with former Indiana coach Kevin Wilson and NFL assistant Ryan Day. Barrett indicated that adding new offensive coaches was a positive because "sometimes we get set in our ways." He considered the staff changes as he pondered whether to enter the NFL draft. "That was part of it, just trying to make sure that if I was to come back, it was something I was going to do that was best for me and for me to grow as a quarterback," Barrett said. Barrett threw for 2,555 yards, ran for 845 and logged 33 total touchdowns in 2016.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 23 - 3:09 PM

Former Tennessee senior RB Jalen Hurd visited Cal over the weekend.

Hurd left the Volunteers program on Oct. 31 citing injuries and offensive scheme as the reason he was leaving Knoxville. Some thought he may opt into the Draft, but Hurd's name was not on the NFL's list of players granted eligibility released on Friday. With former Wisconsin DC Justin Wilcox having taken over the Golden Bears program, getting a bell cow back like Hurd would be a boon. Hurd has also expressed interest in shifting to tight end. He's a great receiver.
Jan 23 - 2:58 PM

Rotoworld's Josh Norris believes Troy T Antonio Garcia is the top player attending the Senior Bowl at the start of the week.

It is a huge week for the Troy left tackle. He is not currently listed among the top offensive lineman in this draft, but Norris believes that changes this week. He will face off against premiere edge rushers play after play. Garcia's tape against Clemson is one of the best in this class, and his other games are on that same level. Garcia might shine as a pass protector, but he also loves to finish runs with an aggressive mentality.
Jan 23 - 8:59 AM

The Browns reached out and asked Clemson QB Deshaun Watson to play in the Senior Bowl but he declined, according to Peter King of The MMQB.

King calls it "a terrific waste of opportunity." This does not eliminate Watson from the Browns consideration at No. 1, the team who would have coached him at the event, nor the Bears at No. 3. We keep bringing up Marcus Mariota declining the event as the most similar case, although it could be argued that Mariota's draft position was more locked in even with so many questioning his game. Watson will focus on the rest of the process instead, and you can be sure that media members will ask NFL personnel about the decision this week.
Source: The MMQB
Jan 23 - 7:58 AM

Oregon will fire co-OC/TE coach David Reaves following his arrest on suspicion of DUI early Sunday morning.

In a statement, AD Rob Mullens said, "The University has high standards for the conduct of employees and is addressing this matter with the utmost of seriousness." Reaves has been placed on administrative leave and Oregon has started into the termination process. To say that it has been an embarrassing week for the program might be an understatement. Strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde was hit with a month-long suspension earlier in January after three players were hospitalized following reported grueling workouts. And Reaves' termination comes just days after Oregon hired him. Per Eugene police, Reaves was stopped at 2:12 AM Sunday morning due to "multiple traffic violations." Reaves followed HC Willie Taggart over from South Florida, having served as part of the Bulls' staff since 2013. His firing comes just a week-and-a-half before National Signing Day.
Jan 22 - 3:14 PM

Virginia RB Taquan Mizzell rushed for 96 yards and a touchdown on nine carries in Saturday's NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

Fantastic work by Mizzell on Saturday, as the 5-foot-10, 185-pounder averaged 10.66 YPC for the day. This past season, the Virginia standout rushed for 940 yards (5.0 YPC) and five touchdowns while catching 52 passes for 404 yards and two additional scores. He hauled in a total of 195 passes during his Cavaliers career and should he land at the pro level this spring, it is that kind of receiving ability which would make him a palatable third-down option for a needy team. He might have to find his way as a street free agent, though. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline does not see Mizzell being drafted at this juncture.
Jan 21 - 7:31 PM

Louisiana-Lafayette RB Elijah McGuire rushed for 42 yards and a touchdown on seven carries in Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.

Points were an endangered species through the first three quarters, as the East and West squads were tied at 3-3 entering the fourth quarter. That's when McGuire finally (finally) broke through, scampering in for a touchdown from 18 yards out to boost the West team to a 10-3 advantage. That would stand as the final. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline called the 5-foot-11, 208-pounder one of the "big winners" of the Shrine practice week, noting that "if a team needs a situational ball carrier that’s a legitimate threat catching the ball in the short or long field they can look to McGuire in the middle rounds."
Jan 21 - 6:01 PM




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