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USC junior CB Nickell Robey will forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the 2013 NFL Draft.

Robey received a third day grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board, but the repeated criticism on the Trojan is his size, and that wouldn't have changed if he returned in 2013. He was easily USC's top corner all season long and offers three years of starting experience as a mid round pick.
Source: CBS Sports
Mon, Jan 14, 2013 10:34:00 AM

Former Kansas State sophomore WR Corey Sutton transferred to Appalachian State.

Sutton dominated the college football news cycle earlier this month after he and HC Bill Snyder feuded over Sutton's decision to transfer. Snyder and Kansas State denied Sutton's release to all 35 schools he requested, leading Sutton to take his case to the public. Facing intense pressure, KSU ultimately granted Sutton's release, leading to his move east. Sutton, a three-star recruit, caught four passes for 54 yards last year. He must sit out the 2017 season due to NCAA transfer rules. He’ll have three seasons of eligibility remaining as a redshirt sophomore in 2018.
Jun 24 - 10:32 AM

TCU received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 LB Ben Wilson.

Wilson (6'2/215) opted for the Horned Frogs over Cal, Washington State, Louisville, Arizona State, Vanderbilt and Utah. While high school numbers should be taken with a grain of salt, Wilson posted some eye-popping stats as a junior at Sumner Senior High (Washington), registering 201 tackles (16.0 for loss) and 8.5 sacks. Former NFLer Reggie Jones, who now works at Rise Football Academy, said of Wilson, "Fearless physicality and he's a true student of the game. His game is universal." Jones added the juicy note that he believes that the TCU commit has the potential to play in the NFL down the road.
Source: 247Sports
Jun 23 - 7:28 PM

Cal senior G Dwayne Wallace is no longer with the team.

No reason was given. Losing a starting offensive lineman in late June is obviously a disappointing development for the Golden Bears. The 6-foot-5, 330-pounder started nine of the 12 games he played in last season, his first and last with Cal after Wallace spent his first two years of eligibility at a JUCO. He was set to be Cal’s starting right guard.
Jun 23 - 1:19 PM

Kansas AD Sheahon Zenger announced plans for a $300 million renovation to Memorial Stadium.

Zenger announced those plans while speaking at a booster event on Wednesday. In addition to the anticipated stadium renovation, Kansas is also aiming to build a new indoor practice facility. Jayhawks HC David Beaty offered his two cents on these big moves, saying, "It’s exciting for me, because it’s a great time to be at KU." The specific plans are expected to be released to the public in September.
Jun 22 - 6:42 PM

Vanderbilt received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 CB Tre Douglas.

Douglas (6'2/180) sided with Vanderbilt over big dogs like Alabama, Georgia, Michigan and Oklahoma. Scout.com's Chris Smith offers a scouting breakdown of the McDonough, Georgia, native, writing, "Douglas is a elite level corner back who has size, athleticism, length and the skill set to become a lock down cover corner on the college level." Smith believes that Douglas' commitment could bolster Vanderbilt's recruiting efforts moving forward, as he ranks as the No. 237 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle and could potentially help to heighten the allure of the program now that he is in the fold.
Jun 22 - 4:29 PM

An AFC director of college scouting said Wyoming redshirt junior QB Josh Allen is more of a thrower than a passer right now.

"I love the size and raw arm talent," the evaluator said. "He's willing to make tough throws, but is more of a thrower than a passer right now. I did have some concerns with simple throws at times. But that sometimes is a product of youth, and he was only a [redshirt] sophomore [in 2016]." Walter Football's Charlie Campbell passes along that he's been hearing Allen's skill set likened to Ben Roethlisberger's by NFL folks. For all the hype Allen has drawn, he remains extremely raw. He has accuracy and footwork issues and got himself into trouble last year by taking excessive risks, leading to an inflated interception total.
Jun 22 - 4:00 PM

Oklahoma junior S Will Sunderland was charged with felony burglary on Wednesday.

Sunderland is alleged to have stolen a Playstation 4, controllers and games from a dorm room housing Sooner baseball players and then selling them to an Oklahoma City business. He was originally charged with a misdemeanor for selling the electronics. Oklahoma has placed Sunderland on indefinite suspension.
Jun 22 - 2:38 PM

Former Louisville redshirt senior WR Ja'Quay Savage will transfer as a graduate.

Savage began his career at Texas A&M before transferring to Louisville prior to the 2014 season. The 6-foot-3, 213-pounder was a four-star 2013 recruit. Savage caught only 12 passes for the Cardinals. As a grad, he's eligible to play immediately wherever he winds up.
Jun 21 - 5:13 PM

Former NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson said that his son, Nebraska freshman WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. has stepped away from the team to clear his head and will not play during the coming season.

Johnson Jr.'s father said that his son will not be with the team this season while he works on his maturity. The freshman wideout was cited for marijuana possession earlier this month in a Nebraska residence hall. While Johnson is stepping away from the team, this might not be permanent. The four-star frosh could potentially take online classes or enroll at a junior college this autumn, after which he would try to link back up with Nebraska in January of 2018.
Jun 20 - 11:03 PM

Nebraska received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 ATH Josh Moore.

ESPN's Tom Luginbill compares Moore (6'1/156) to Ole Miss junior WR DeMarkus Lodge, writing, "Lodge may have a little more loose wiggle than Moore, but the sleek, smooth speed stand out in both players." The analyst loves the fit with the Cornhuskers and notes that "Nebraska has placed a real emphasis on getting better weapons on offense" and that "Moore brings the height and speed that Nebraska has lacked to some degree." On the ESPN 300, he slots into the master list at No. 31 overall.
Jun 20 - 10:21 PM

Oklahoma signed HC Lincoln Riley to a five-year contract.

The deal, which starts in July, would keep Riley at Oklahoma through January 31, 2022, if he stays for the duration. His base salary is set at $3.1 million and includes a $200,000 raise for February 1 of each year on the contract and a retention bonus of $500,000 at the start of each June. Riley, who was named head coach when Bob Stoops retired on June 7, is already off to the races on the recruiting front, having netted three pledges since ascending to the top of the Sooners coaching ladder.
Jun 20 - 8:53 PM




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