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Arkansas strength coach Ben Herbert, who spent time at Wisconsin, said senior C Travis Swanson's mobility is impressive.

"His movement ability is second only to (Cleveland Browns All-Pro left tackle) Joe Thomas out of linemen that I have worked with in the last 12 years," said Herbert. Swanson reportedly ran a three-cone time of 7.39 seconds, which is important for the center spot. In terms of Combine tests, our own Josh Norris believes the 20 yard shuttle is a better predictor of future success.
Source: CBS Sports
Tue, May 21, 2013 02:52:00 PM

Florida HC Jim McElwain believes redshirt junior QB Luke Del Rio can be as productive or more productive than former starter Will Grier.

Grier, still serving a year-long, NCAA-imposed PED suspension, transferred. "We expect [Del Rio] to take it farther than [Grier did]," McElwain said. "That’s kind of what it’s all about. But we’ll see how he leads the team, we’ll see how he takes what the defense gives him and time will tell there." Grier had 1,204 passing yards, a 66 percent completion rate, and a 10/3 TD/INT rate with the Gators. Some may see hyperbole in McElwain's quotes, but consider that multiple people in the program, including NFL-bound former TE Jake McGee, think Del Rio would have challenged Grier for the starting gig last year had he been eligible. Del Rio is well versed in Doug Nussmeier’s system and lit it up in the spring. He's a strong SEC Newcomer of the Year contender.
Source: SEC Country
May 6 - 5:31 PM

UCLA senior WR/CB Ishmael Adams pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery.

Adams got in a fight with an Uber driver shortly before the 2015 season opened and was charged with attempting to steal the man's phone by force. His punishment entails serving three years of informal probation and getting anger management and psychological counseling. Adams, who was suspended briefly in September for the incident, spent three years as a cornerback but moved to receiver in the spring.
Source: ESPN.com
May 6 - 5:01 PM

Former Penn State QB coach Jay Paterno posted an impassioned defense of his father Joe in a Facebook post.

On Thursday, PennLive.com reported that a court order in the Jerry Sandusky child-sex abuse insurance case indicated that former Nittany Lion HC Joe Paterno, now deceased, was aware of sexual abuse allegations against Sandusky in 1976. "The reckless, all-out rush to accept accusations as legitimate without a full fair review of the facts, cannot be allowed to happen again," Jay Paterno wrote in his father Joe's defense. That post, in it's entirety, is available at the link below. The 72-year-old Sandusky, convicted of molesting at least 10 underage males victims, is currently serving 30-60 years.
May 6 - 4:01 PM

TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that the Jets "really wanted" UDFA Ohio State S Tyvis Powell, who ultimately signed with the Seahawks.

By any metric, Powell was one of the very best UDFAs in this year's crop. Seattle ended up winning the bidding war for his services, probably pitching their acumen with big, toolsy safeties. Powell (6'3/211) had a tremendous Combine, running a 4.46 with a 34 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot broad jump. "Powell possesses the computer numbers to start on Sunday and has shown flashes of ability but needs to be more consistent and round out his game," Pauline wrote in his scouting report.
May 6 - 3:03 PM

Texas Tech dismissed redshirt sophomore LB Dakota Allen.

Per the university, Allen was dismissed for "failure to uphold student-athlete expectations." Further information could surface as to the exact reason for his dismissal in the coming days, but regardless of the "why," this is a legitimate blow to an annually shaky defense. The 6-foot-2, 224-pound redshirt sophomore led the Red Raiders with 87 tackles (6.0 for loss) in 2015 and was a three-star recruit out of high school.
Source: ESPN.com
May 5 - 10:02 PM

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones indicated that the team would not be placing Notre Dame OLB Jaylon Smith on injured reserve.

"We will not IR [Smith]. We'll take a chance he'll be back for the playoffs," Jones said to a station producer at KRLD-FM. The 6-foot-2, 223-pound Smith infamously suffered a torn MCL and ACL in Notre Dame's January Fiesta Bowl showdown with Ohio State. It has been widely reported that the Notre Dame standout will likely sit out the 2016 campaign as he recovers from those serious injuries (and possible nerve damage), but Jones wouldn't even cave to that notion, calling the reports "B.S." and saying "don't put a lot in those estimates."
Source: NFL.com
May 5 - 9:49 PM

Arkansas redshirt senior WR Keon Hatcher underwent a second surgical procedure on his foot.

Hatcher posted a picture on Snapchat of himself with a boot on the left foot and in a video, said, "So, I had surgery on my foot." This is the second surgery that the 6-foot-2, 210-pound wideout has undergone on that hoof. He initially broke it against Toledo in the second game of the 2015 campaign and later underwent season-ending surgery. The NCAA subsequently gave him a medical redshirt for the campaign. In a healthy 2014, he recorded 43 catches for 558 yards and six touchdowns.
Source: SEC Country
May 5 - 8:03 PM

Ohio State QB Cardale Jones almost hung up on the Bills when he received the call that he was getting drafted because he'd been getting pranked all day.

"I thought it was a prank call because I was getting calls from weird numbers all day," Jones said. "I'd answer and they'd hang up. So I didn't believe it until it went across the screen.... I guess they were expecting me to see a weird number and think I'm getting drafted by that team. It wasn't a great feeling." But it became one when he realized that he had indeed been taken by Buffalo with the No. 139 overall pick. A prototypical boom-or-bust prospect, Jones found himself in a great situation with QB-needy Buffalo.
Source: FOX Sports
May 5 - 6:44 PM

The father of five-star 2017 QB Tate Martell says his son decommited from Texas A&M due to the hiring of former UCLA offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone.

Al Martell, Tate's dad, said the family was not kept in the loop about seismic program shifts, even during multiple campus visits to College Station. "It was different with Mazzone with the whole communication," Al Martell said. "Mazzone had been there two weeks for our visit in January, he had been there maybe all of 10 days ... I get that but when you go out a month later, for two days on that trip, didn’t talk to him once and then when we were there in March for their scrimmage, again, we were there for four days and not once did Mazzone ever talk, and I was five feet from him. Not a handshake, not anything." While Mr. Martell believes Mazzone likes his son, he stated a belief that he's never, during a 35-year coaching career, coached a QB under 6-foot-2. Tate Martell is 5-foot-11. "In Mazzone’s defense maybe that’s where it kind of stems from because everybody he’s offered, even the kids a couple weeks ago, 6-2 and 6-4," Al said.
Source: Rivals
May 5 - 6:10 PM

Ole Miss HC Hugh Freeze claims he was surprised by former T Laremy Tunsil's revelation that he received cash from a coach while in school, but says he's not involved in the investigation into the claim.

Following the in-draft posting of an alleged conversation between Tunsil and assistant AD of football operations John Miller, Tunsil infamously told reporters after the draft "I’d have to say yeah," when asked if he'd received money from a coach. "I know nothing," Freeze said. "I’m not involved in the fact-finding process. I was shocked like everyone else (last Thursday night) living it out in real time but confident that our administration is going to find the facts and then give us a new report on it." The coach went on to say that "our administration is working, and I’m told they made a lot of progress." Already under investigation by the NCAA and the SEC, Freeze and his program are squarely in the cross-hairs.
May 5 - 4:58 PM

Five-star 2017 WR Tyjon Lindsey said he is no longer considering Texas A&M.

Lindsey wrote in a tweet, since deleted, that "due to some tweets subtweeted towards my brother, I will no longer be looking at A&M." The Aggies are facing a bit of a P.R. crisis at the moment. First, five-star QB Tate Martell's decommitment incited a lengthy Twitter tantrum from WR coach Aaron Moorehead. Next, Mannie Netherly, a four-star receiver once committed to the Aggies, tweeted an inference indicating Moorehead may have been the reason he decommitted. Lastly, Lindsey eliminated the Aggies from consideration over concerns about social media decorum. Kevin Sumlin, once the hottest coaching prospect in the land, is now presiding over a veritable mess.
May 5 - 3:57 PM




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