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Former Miami (OH) WR Nick Harwell will transfer to Kansas.

Harwell was suspended from the team after being arrested, and he was not expected back this season. The fourth year senior was the school's best wide receiver, however, there were times where his hands were very inconsistent. Head coach Charlie Weis was optimistic that Harwell would be eligible for the 2013 season.
Thu, May 23, 2013 09:51:00 AM

ESPN's Mark Schlabach reports that attorneys representing Ole Miss and its former coaches and administrators have asked that Mississippi State players Leo Lewis and Kobe Jones be required to attend the Rebels' infractions hearing.

The infractions hearing, scheduled for later this summer, will delve into whether the Rebels violated various NCAA rules. They are accused of 21 violations in sum. Jones, a four-star 2016 recruit, previously alleged that an Ole Miss booster paid him around $15,000 to sign with the Rebels. Instead, he signed with the Bulldogs. Lewis famously accused Rebels boosters and former coaches of offering transportation, lodging, food and memorabilia and clothing from a retail store in Oxford. Ole Miss, which self-imposed a bowl ban this season and stripped itself of seven scholarships, is also facing a lawsuit from former head coach Houston Nutt. Most recent HC Hugh Freeze resigned last week, but the school said that was because of his phone records (which included a call to an escort service) and not due to the NCAA's investigation.
Source: ESPN
Jul 26 - 2:55 PM

Clemson junior DT Christian Wilkins is "large, quick and relatively athletic" and "does a lot more than occupy gaps," according to Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.

"He explodes off the snap, manhandles blockers and makes plays in space," Pauline wrote. The analyst noted that Clemson played Wilkins out of position at defensive end in 2017, a development that "didn’t help Wilkins the NFL prospect," per Pauline," and "mirrored the woes of Malik McDowell at Michigan State." Wilkins is expected to move back inside to defensive tackle this year. "If he’s up to the challenge as I expect, then Wilkins will secure himself as a top-15 selection," Pauline wrote. Wilkins ran a 4.80 forty this spring at 6-foot-2 1/5 and 310 pounds.
Jul 26 - 2:21 PM

Syracuse junior DT Steven Clark transferred to Western Michigan.

Clark was previously medically disqualified from Syracuse due to a genetic disorder that increases the likelihood of blood clots. While Broncos doctors need to sign off on Clark’s health for him to see the field at WMU, the Syracuse Post-Standard reported that "four independent doctors cleared Clark for physical activity — two before the disqualification and two after." Clark is seeking a waiver to play immediately for the Broncos if cleared. "The NCAA I hope would let me," Clark said previously. "I hope they'd do the right thing." If so, he'd play nose tackle in WMU's 4-3 defense. If not, he has a redshirt year to burn and could return as a fourth-year junior in 2018.
Jul 26 - 1:56 PM

The father of former Oregon redshirt senior WR Darren Carrington II confirmed that his son will transfer to Utah as a graduate.

"We are so thankful to Coach [Kyle] Whittingham, Dr. Chris Hill-AD and the U of Utah, for providing darren with an opportunity to not only finish is college football career but also for him to be known not just for 2 bad decisions, but as a man of God," the elder Darren Carrington wrote in an email. His son, Darren Carrington II, was kicked off Oregon after being arrested on suspicion of DUI. As a grad, Carrington II is eligible to play immediately. "Special shout out to OC [Troy] Taylor for being the catalyst," Carrington added in his email. It's an interesting line, and it speaks to something Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom discussed on Tuesday when this news first broke: Carrington II is an ideal WR1 in Taylor's up-tempo, pass-happy, quick-strike offense. At Taylor's last stop, Eastern Washington, Cooper Kupp played that role. Prior to Carrington II's arrival, Utah's WR corps was preciously thin, leaving doubt about how quickly the Utes could effectively run their new O
Jul 26 - 1:06 PM

Princeton received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 QB Brevin White.

White (6'1/163) took visits to North Carolina and Washington State this offseason, but the four-star gunslinger has opted to forego the FBS in order to try to attain Ivy League glory. Rivals ranks him as the No. 11 pro-style quarterback in the 2018 class, while Scout.com's Greg Biggins notes that he "throws a tight ball, is a smart quarterback and shows a lot of courage standing in the pocket." White is the younger brother of Arizona State QB Brady White.
Jul 25 - 10:56 PM

Notre Dame received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 LB Shayne Simon.

Simon (6'2/195) was also considering Penn State and Michigan for his pledge. The Nittany Lions had a little momentum going as the summer progressed, but Notre Dame kept at it and ultimately landed the prize. Simon, who ranks as the No. 6 outside linebacker in the 2018 class on the 247Sports composite. Outlet analyst Steve Wiltfong writes that he "has the full tool bag and will bring a ton of versatility to ND’s defense." Wiltfong goes so far as to say that his position versatility is reminiscent of that of former Irish star Jaylon Smith.
Source: 247Sports
Jul 25 - 6:56 PM

Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh said that redshirt senior QB Wilton Speight is "tied for first" in the quarterback competition.

"Legitimately went through competition throughout the spring, went through 15 practices and it was a dead heat," Harbaugh said. He indicated that it would take around 8-15 practices in camp before the competition has its champion. Speight is battling it out with John O'Korn and Brandon Peters.
Source: Land of 10
Jul 25 - 5:26 PM

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah compares Oklahoma redshirt senior QB Baker Mayfield's playing style to Colt McCoy coming out of Texas.

"Both guys were big-time winners in college and I think Mayfield, like McCoy, will have a long NFL career as a solid No. 2 QB," he wrote. Jeremiah also sees some of Johnny Manziel at Texas A&M in Mayfield, but doesn't think that comparison quite encapsulates it because Manziel was a "little more dynamic than Mayfield as both a passer and runner." The analyst loves Mayfield's improvisation and ability to escape the pocket when his first two reads are covered. "He has excellent touch on underneath throws (swings, bubble screens, shallow crossers, etc.) and his deep-ball touch is above average," Jeremiah wrote. "He doesn't have a huge arm, but he flashes the ability to drive the ball." However, Jeremiah says Mayfield "has a long way to go" before becoming an NFL starter because his "accuracy on drive throws is concerning," "his feet get very busy" inside the pocket and he sometimes bypasses easy completions.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 25 - 3:57 PM

Four-star 2018 WR Brennan Eagles committed to Texas.

Eagles, the No. 94 overall prospect in the ESPN 300, chose the Horns over a host of suitors that included Clemson and Oklahoma. ESPN sees Eagles (6'3/214) as a strong slot/possession receiver who could be highly dangerous in the red zone. "He has a long, rangy frame and shows good burst off the line," wrote Tom Luginbill. "He uses his hands well to catch the ball away from his body and does a good job of finding the open window in zone coverages. He has adequate speed, but is not a burner ... He is much better as a jump-ball guy." For those reasons, Luginbill comps Eagles to Texas Tech WR Derrick Willies, another big, rangy receiver with ball skills and body control.
Source: ESPN
Jul 25 - 3:36 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that Boston College senior edge rusher Harold Landry is the "top-rated senior prospect" on the lists of "most" NFL scouts and is reminiscent on tape of Syracuse great Dwight Freeney.

"Landry is a tremendous pass rusher off the edge and a defender opponents gameplan around," Pauline wrote. "He beats blockers off the snap with a great first step and beats them around the edge with tremendous speed or exploits them with agility and devastating inside moves." Landry had 16.5 sacks last year despite constant double teams. Listed at 6-foot-3, 245 pounds, Pauline thinks he's more like 6'2/250 (and maybe even a little shorter). Because of that, the analyst thinks he could "line up as a one-gap end" and "also see time as a 3-4 OLB as he has the athleticism necessary to play in space." Earlier this month, NFL.com analyst and former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah compared Landry to Vic Beasley.
Jul 25 - 3:23 PM

According to the Gainesville Sun, Florida freshman LB Nick Smith underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee on Monday.

He'll be out for at least six weeks. That leaves Smith out for summer camp and the 2017 opener Sept. 2 against Michigan (at least). A redshirt year could be coming. This is a tough blow for Florida, which returns just four LBs who have started a game for the Gators. Smith was the No. 79 OLB in the country in this past cycle.
Jul 25 - 2:01 PM




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