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NFL Network's Charles Davis listed Oklahoma QB Landry Jones as an "excellent sleeper" at the position.

"Ok now, we're talking about the guy's all-time leading passer in Big 12 history," said Davis. "You talk about 50 starts in college with a lot of success. We tend to dwell on the games he and his team didn't win but look at the number of wins they did have. Listen, they got a share of the Big 12 title this year and that wasn't anything close to a vintage Oklahoma team. Yes he has some things he has to work on but what quarterback doesn't in this draft? I think Landry Jones is an excellent sleeper..." Jones has the arm strength but lacks the pocket toughness that one looks for in a quarterback.
Source: NFL.com
Thu, Apr 11, 2013 06:05:00 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

Nebraska safeties coach Bob Elliott has resigned from his position due to personal reasons.

No word on the exact reason for Elliott's decision to step down other than, per the statement released by the program, "personal reasons which recently arose." He had initially joined Nebraska's staff in February after spending the past four years at Notre Dame. While he is no longer going to be serving as an on-field coach, Elliott will remain with the program in the role of defensive analyst in 2017. Replacing Elliott will be special teams consultant Scott Booker, who himself was a member of Notre Dame's staff for five seasons prior to jumping on board with the Cornhuskers in March.
Source: Land of 10
Jun 20 - 5:39 PM

Miami received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 CB Al Blades.

Good news for Rivals' Rob Cassidy, who wrote earlier this month that he would "happily eat crow" if Blades did not pledge himself to the Miami cause. The 6-foot, 170-pound corner had been making noise at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge that he was smitten with Tennessee, talk which Cassidy firmly believed to be a smokescreen for his interest in the Hurricanes. As for what he will bring to the table for Miami, ESPN's Billy Tucker compares Blades to former FSU star S Jalen Ramsey, noting that "Blades shows the fast reactions and explosive, clean transitional and closing skills that Ramsey flashed at Brentwood Academy." The Worldwide Leader ranks him as the No. 37 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. They are in almost complete lockstep with Rivals, which slots Blades into their master list at No. 35 overall.
Jun 20 - 5:24 PM

USC received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 C Justin Dedich.

"I felt like I fit in with their coaching and style of play," said Dedich, who specifically cited the way he has meshed with HC Clay Helton and OL coach Neil Callaway during the recruiting process. The 6-foot-2, 280-pounder was one of the top performers at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge several weekends ago, with Rivals noting that he "passed with flying colors" when facing off with some of the better defensive line recruits in the Indianapolis camp. Dedich ranks as the outlet's No. 2 center prospect in the 2018 class.
Jun 20 - 4:13 PM

UConn dismissed redshirt sophomore LB Nazir Williams.

Williams was dismissed, per a press release, due to "violation of Division of Athletics policy." No more specifics were given, but we can make an educated guess about which straw broke the camel's back. In the fall, Williams was arrested on charges of weapons in a motor vehicle, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana and possession of alcohol by a minor. He was a three-star 2015 recruit who never saw the field for the Huskies.
Jun 20 - 2:59 PM

Former Texas senior T Brandon Hodges will transfer as a graduate.

The 6-foot-5, 310-pounder sat out most of the spring due to academic difficulties, but he recovered in style to graduate and set up this opportunity. Hodges started nine games in 2016 but fell behind other players on the depth chart due to his springtime cramming. He's eligible to play immediately wherever he wins up.
Jun 20 - 2:31 PM

The NCAA cleared West Virginia redshirt junior QB Will Grier for immediate eligibility in 2017.

Though expected, this news is a big win for the Mountaineers, who open the 2017 season versus Virginia Tech in Landover, Maryland. Grier's case was unique. While at Florida, he was suspended for one year in October 2015 after testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. Grier transferred to WVU in December 2015. Initially, it appeared as though Grier's suspension would pick up again after he fulfilled the NCAA's transfer-year requirements, forcing him to miss the first six games of the 2017 season. WVU's appeal asked the NCAA to run off the remainder of the suspension during the transfer year, which would grant Grier eligibility at the start of the 2017 season. Grier, who threw for 1,202 yards (65.6% completions) with a 10/3 TD/INT ratio across six games played at Florida in 2015, has two years of eligibility remaining.
Jun 20 - 1:46 PM

Alabama senior WR Robert Foster was hit by a car while riding his dirt bike on Saturday, leading to 27 stitches in his back.

The link below contains pictures and it is pretty incredible Foster only needed stitches. As a redshirt sophomore, Foster flashed early on before going down with an injury. Calvin Ridley since stepped up and became Alabama's go-to target... for a team that can only maintain one consistent receiving threat. For that reason, we do not expect Foster to have a great 2017, unless Jalen Hurts emerges as a much better passer.
Source: AL.com
Jun 20 - 11:58 AM




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