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Oklahoma junior FB Trey Millard divulged that he received a grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board outside of the top three rounds.

Millard added "the grade wasn't a surprise, and that he's leaning one particular direction, but wouldn't divulge which direction that was." Sure, Millard is technically a fullback, and prospects at the position are rarely drafted during the first two days, but he offers so much more as a runner, pass protector, and receiver.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 10:21:00 AM

Florida redshirt senior S Marcell Harris will miss the 2017 season after tearing his achilles on Wednesday.

Harris was expected to take the next step for the Gators, following in the footsteps of Keanu Neal and Marcus Maye. Harris was participating in team run activities before injuring his right achilles. The back half will continue to be reshuffled for the Gators, an area of the team that has been a strength for years.
Jul 20 - 11:25 AM

Former Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington is drawing interest from multiple Pac-12 programs and recently visited Utah, according to John Canzano.

Carrington's off-field troubles were extensive during his time with the Ducks and we count three to four incidents that involved discipline. Still, rival coaches likely see a talented player who caught 112 career passes for 1,919 yards and 15 touchdowns. He graduated in the spring and could play one more season.
Source: 247 Sports
Jul 20 - 10:36 AM

NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein compares Kansas junior edge rusher Dorance Armstrong Jr. to 2017 first-rounder Haason Reddick.

"Like Reddick, Armstrong is an athletic edge defender who can play with a hand down or up," Zierlein wrote. "However, Armstrong is bigger than Reddick and appears to be stronger at the point of attack as well. Reddick's value was bolstered thanks to his ability to rush the passer on the edge and play inside linebacker. Armstrong is a pure edge player who keeps tackles busy with juke steps, stab moves and shoulder dips around the edge." The 6-foot-4, 241-pound Armstrong posted 20 TFL and 10 sacks last season. "He has the closing speed to finish as a sack artist and also possesses a knack for finding the ball and discarding blockers to make the tackle against the run. Armstrong has exciting upside," Zierlein wrote.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 19 - 5:35 PM

Ohio State junior LB Jerome Baker was timed at 4.37 in the forty this spring.

That's at 6-foot-1, 223 pounds, folks. "Baker has ridiculous measurables," said Mickey Marotti, Ohio State’s assistant AD for football sports performance. "He’s tough and he's Ryan Shazier-like if not faster. He can fly. He was 200 [pounds when he arrived at Ohio State]. He's now 223. Darron Lee is longer and more of a strider. Jerome is made for the walk-out [linebacker position]." Baker posted 83 tackles, 9.5 TFL and two interceptions last year. ESPN's Mel Kiper listed him No. 23 overall on his first 2018 big board.
Source: SI
Jul 19 - 3:46 PM

Oregon true freshman DT Rutger Reitmaier will transfer.

The 6-foot-3 former U.S. Army All-American and four-star recruit leaves Eugene without ever having played a down. One of the top prospects in Willie Taggart's first recruiting class, Reitmaier was penciled in as a key Duck reserve this fall. Instead, we assume he'll transfer closer to his home in Nashville. Two things on that: 1.) Hometown Vanderbilt recruited him and also rosters one of his best friends, and, 2.) Tennessee also recruited him, as did new Volunteers DL coach Brady Hoke when he was the Ducks’ defensive coordinator. Reitmaier was the No. 10 defensive tackle in the country in this past cycle, according to 247Sports.
Source: 247 Sports
Jul 19 - 1:20 PM

SMU redshirt junior WR Courtland Sutton broad jumps 10’3" and vertical jumps 33 1/2 inches.

SMU head coach Chad Morris told SI's Bruce Feldman that Sutton is very similar to former Clemson star DeAndre Hopkins with regards to his "great body control and ball skills." The 6-foot-4, 214-pound Sutton, however, is bigger than Hopkins.
Source: SI
Jul 19 - 12:22 PM

Ohio State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 TE Jeremy Ruckert.

Prime get for HC Urban Meyer on this one. Ruckert (6'5/230) ranks as Scout.com's No. 1 tight end for the 2018 cycle and their No. 40 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. He settled on Ohio State over Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame. ESPN's Craig Haubert comps Ruckert to former Clemson TE Jordan Leggett, writing, "With a little bigger but similar build at the same stage, Ruckert -- like Leggett -- is a smooth, athletic tight end who can be a productive target with big-play ability." All 15 of Ohio State's pledges in the class are four-star recruits, with 14 landing in the ESPN 300. They are looking like prime contenders to earn a No. 1 team ranking when the dust settles, particularly given Alabama's sluggish cycle to date.
Jul 18 - 7:27 PM

In the preseason media poll at ACC Media Days, Florida State was picked to win the conference.

Florida State received 121 first-place votes to Clemson's 37 to win the Atlantic Division, with Miami (103 first-place votes to Virginia Tech's 40) predicted as winner of the Coastal Division. In terms of votes to win the conference on the whole, FSU received 118, followed by Clemson's 35 and Louisville's seven. Despite receiving plenty of love for their division, Miami received just four votes for overall conference supremacy.
Source: CBS Sports
Jul 18 - 6:53 PM

The family of dismissed Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington indicated to The Oregonian that the receiver is optimistic about a transfer.

Carrington, who was dismissed from Oregon on July 14 in relation to a DUI arrest at the beginning of the month, graduated in June and will be eligible to play immediately in 2017 for another program. It remains unclear where he might transfer, but you can expect movement on that front shortly with August camps just about set to boot up.
Jul 18 - 6:25 PM

Balor HC Matt Rhule said that redshirt junior RB Terence Williams will likely be out of action until Big 12 play due to a shoulder injury.

Williams suffered the shoulder injury in spring practice and subsequently sat out the team's spring game. Said Rhule, "The doctors have tried to be patient with him and make sure he really, really heals. Terence has an NFL career ahead of him at some point and I want to make sure he's healed before he goes out there." Jamycal Hasty figures to see the bulk of work on the ground this season until Williams is healthy enough to contribute.
Jul 18 - 6:11 PM

Michigan freshman DE Corey Malone-Hatcher has decided to retire due to an Achilles injury suffered in high school which has been stubborn to heal.

This is a tough blow for the Wolverines -- Malone-Hatcher was a four-star recruit in the 2017 class -- but obviously an even more difficult decision for the 6-foot-3, 246-pounder. He initially injured his Achilles in September of 2015 and subsequently underwent surgery. Malone-Hatcher will stay on at Michigan as a student and hopes to work in physical therapy down the road. "I came to the University of Michigan to be turned into an excellent football player, excellent student and most importantly a Michigan Man. Sadly, my football career is over," he wrote on Twitter before adding, "I will continue in my pursuit of the other two key points and let [G]od take the wheel."
Jul 18 - 5:37 PM




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