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National Football Post's Russ Lande writes NFL teams want to know if Florida DT Sharrif Floyd can two-gap.

"However, viewed as an athletic defensive tackle who strength is shooting gaps and disrupting plays, NFL teams want to get a feel for his innate strength during this workout so they can determine if he can be an effective two-gap defensive tackle in the NFL," Lande writes. "This is even more of a concern after his arms measured under 32 inches at the Combine as many NFL teams feel that in order to be effective as a two-gapper you must have long arms to take on, lock-out, anchor and shed OL blocks."
Wed, Mar 20, 2013 03:07:00 PM

Boise State HC Bryan Harsin is optimistic that sophomore RB Alexander Mattison (leg) will be able to play in Saturday’s Las Vegas Bowl against Oregon.

"Alexander is improving, he’ll get some stuff done this week," Harsin said. "How it feels as he goes into the game will kind of determine it at that point. Knowing Alexander, he usually gets himself back and ready to go, but we won’t know until game time." B.J. Rains of the Idaho Press-Tribune gave credence to that quote by adding that he'd been told by a source that Mattison has a "real chance to play Saturday and that Harsin wasn't just giving 'coach speak' as coaches often do before big games." Mattison leads the Broncos with 1,074 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns. Ryan Wolpin will start if he can't.
Dec 13 - 3:54 PM

Oregon redshirt junior DE Jalen Jelks said he will return for his senior season.

Jelks will not enter his name into the 2018 NFL Draft. "I'm back for sure," he said, later adding this: "I missed a lot of plays, and if I can capitalize on that and translate it to next season I could contribute a lot to the draft." The 6-foot-5, 245-pound end broke out with 50 tackles, 6.5 sacks and 15 TFL this fall. An NFL scout told The Oregonian that he had projected Jelks as a potential Day 2 pick in this spring's draft.
Dec 13 - 3:45 PM

Baylor sophomore QB Zach Smith will transfer.

The former four-star recruit ended up starting 10 games over two seasons for Baylor, but he repeatedly squandered opportunities to run away with the job despite injuries to 2016-2017 starters Seth Russell and Anu Solomon. True freshman dual-threat Charlie Brewer turned out to be a better fit for Matt Rhule's new offense than Smith, a traditional pro-style pocket passer. Thus, Smith will look for a better opportunity. He'll sit out next season if he transfers within the FBS per NCAA rules, and then he'll have two years of eligibility left beginning in 2019.
Dec 13 - 3:36 PM

Louisville junior CB Jaire Alexander is waiting on his draft grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board.

Alexander's father says a second round pick or better would be an ideal evaluation for Alexander to turn pro, but there is no cut-off. The article below actually adds a new piece of information to the draft process, as the board requests the player and his family to submit which three games they want to be evaluated.
Dec 13 - 12:11 PM

Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

Five quarterbacks have accepted an invitation to the all-star game. Six is the standard number, but the event featured eight quarterbacks in 2016 so a few more names could be on the way... namely Baker Mayfield. At times, Rudolph has received plenty of love thanks to his touch and size. However, he and Mayfield have gone in different directions this season. A top two or three round pick might be in his future.
Dec 13 - 11:10 AM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein believes Oklahoma junior Orland Brown could emerge as the top T prospect in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Zierlein is extremely plugged into the NFL evaluation process, specifically offensive linemen. So, when Zierlein states "I think Orlando b\Brown probably goes 1st based on what I know so far" when asked which prospect at the position will be drafted first, we listen. Brown is a mountain of a man, with a listed size of 6-foot-8 and 342-pounds. Oklahoma's offensive line was one of the best in the country this season.
Dec 13 - 10:43 AM

SI's Albert Breer would be surprised if Louisville junior QB Lamar Jackson is selected in the first round.

Breer insinuates the NFL views Jackson as the same player now as he was going into 2016. The questions include anticipation, process a pro offense and the belief Jackson is "more thrower than passer." This topic will be discussed throughout the entire draft process. What we do know is Jackson is one of the top playmakers at his position in years.
Source: SI.com
Dec 13 - 10:05 AM

Arizona State defensive coordinator Phil Bennett will not return to the Sun Devils for the 2018 season.

Bennett is leaving due to "family matters" that have not been disclosed as this time. The Sun Devils plan was to bring in Herm Edwards at head coach and leave the staff the same. They'll have to replace at least one coach now. Bennett has been the defensive coordinator now for Arizona State, Pitt, Kansas State, Iowa State, Purdue, LSU and TCU.
Dec 12 - 7:26 PM

According to K-State Online, HC Bill Snyder plans to return for the 2018 season.

Snyder is the oldest coach in the FBS at 78-years-old, but will return for at least one more year with the Wildcats, who went 7-5 in 2017. There were rumors that Snyder vetoed a deal with current Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt to become the head coach in waiting, with the report being that Snyder wants his son, Sean Snyder, to take over when he retires. He currently has a career record of 209-110-1 in his time at Kansas State. They'll take on UCLA in the Cactus Bowl on December 26.
Dec 12 - 6:26 PM

UCF senior LB Shaqueem Griffin was named one of three finalists for the inaugural Jason Witten Collegiate Man Of The Year award.

The other nominees were Alabama's Minkah Fitzpatrick and Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph. Griffin is the brother of current Seattle Seahawk DB Shaquill Griffin, and has overcome having his hand amputated as a four-year-old due to a congenital disorder. It hasn't kept him from being one of the best defensive players in the AAC, and he has a real chance to be draft this spring.
Dec 12 - 4:43 PM

Nebraska HC Scott Frost will coach UCF against Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

Frost promised that he would coach the Knights if he could, and he'll fulfill that promise. All of his assistants were in Orlando to help the team prepare for their game against the Tigers on New Year's Day, and will remain there until Thursday. Troy Walters is serving as interim coach until Josh Huepel takes over for the 2018 season, but it will be Frost and not Walters on the sideline in Atlanta.
Dec 12 - 1:59 PM




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