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Wisconsin redshirt freshman S Reggie Mitchell has left the school and will reportedly transfer to Pittsburgh.

The departure seemed to be unexpected, as many outlets considered Mitchell a possible starter at free safety. No reason was given for Mitchell's release by Wisconsin coaches. The redshirt freshman practiced at cornerback during the 2012 season, but moved to safety this winter. We expect he will have to sit out the 2013 season.
Thu, Jun 13, 2013 08:44:00 AM

Oregon State redshirt senior QB Sean Mannion won the Elite 11 Counselors' Challenge.

"I'm just trying to keep refining as a quarterback, keep working on footwork, working on being accurate and quickening my release," Mannion said after the event. "Really it's everything you can do to improve. Quarterback is a very multifaceted position and there's room for me to improve in all areas." The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder threw for 4,662 yards and 37 touchdowns last season. He almost opted to enter the draft, but decided to exhaust his collegiate eligibility. "I got the evaluation from the advisory board and it said a third-round grade," Mannion said. "There are not a lot of specific critiques, so I spoke with my coaches and they told me the things I could work on. For me, I feel like I can grow in all areas so I try to be the best player I can be. I really want to help our team have a great season this year." Mannion said he needs to improve his accuracy.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 13 - 7:02 PM

Washington State has released redshirt freshman QB Tyler Bruggman from scholarship, according to Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman.

Bruggman was competing with Luke Falk for the No. 2 job. The quarterback took a redshirt year during his first season with the Cougars, and Feldman notes Bruggman has been released to play for Arkansas, Duke, Louisville or Indiana. He was listed as a four-star prospect by many scouting services.
Jul 13 - 12:07 PM

South Carolina senior WR Damiere Byrd reportedly clocked a 4.30 40-yard dash.

"We ran Monday at 7 a.m., and he went 4.30," Gamecocks quarterback Dylan Thompson said Friday. "And it's accurate. Bruce (Ellington) ran 4.44 at our place, and ran 4.45 at the combine, so it's not just some number we're throwing out." We, for one, believe him. The 5-foot-9, 170-pound Byrd once ran a 4.26 forty. We're happy to see his wheels have returned intact after the former track star underwent knee surgery that knocked him out of spring practice.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 12 - 9:53 PM

At the Manning Passing Academy, FSU redshirt sophomore QB Jameis Winston told NFL.com that he considers himself a student first and athlete second.

"I think that's the main purpose in college. Some athletes lose that perspective," Winston added. "It's about being a student-athlete, and not just getting that easy money and going to the league." Winston's father recently told reporters as much, saying his son plans on participating in at least one more season of baseball and two more on the football field. Obviously this can change, but the family seems to be on a similar page at the moment.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 12 - 5:57 PM

Oklahoma senior TE Blake Bell was one of 40 tight ends named on the Mackey Award preseason watch list.

This speaks to Bell's athletic ability as much as anything, since he's in the process of transitioning to tight end. The 6-foot-6, 265-pounder started eight games at QB last year. He's joined on the list by big names such as Iowa State's E.J. Bibbs, Ohio State's Jeff Heuerman, Alabama's O.J. Howard, Notre Dame's Ben Koyack and Florida State's Nick O'Leary.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 11 - 10:35 PM

CBS Sports' Derek Stephens sees in Florida State senior RB Karlos Williams a "versatile and extremely athletic running back" with the potential to be "elite" in the NFL.

The 6-foot-1, 223-pounder had 731 rushing yards on 91 carries and 11 touchdowns during his junior year while sharing the backfield with James Wilder Jr. and Devonta Freeman. Now, it's Williams' time to break out. "Williams possesses speed, cutback ability and power, and demonstrated improved vision over the course of his lone season at tailback," Stephens wrote. "Has the talent to be an elite running back at the next level if he can continue to improve."
Source: CBS Sports
Jul 11 - 8:48 PM

Auburn senior QB Nick Marshall was cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana following a traffic stop Friday.

Marshall was also cited for window tint, though he wasn't arrested. The preseason Heisman candidate led the Tigers to the title game against Florida State in his first year as starter. Auburn has yet to comment on the incident.
Source: WMAZ-TV
Jul 11 - 7:23 PM

40 college QBs and one WR are scheduled to attend the Manning Passing Academy as counselors.

The event runs from Thursday until Sunday, and many eyes will be on the events and drills the counselors participate in. Thanks to Johnny Manziel's exit last year, many will also be interested to see if all 41 stay the duration of the program. FSU's Jameis Winston and Oregon's Marcus Mariota headline the group. The full list can be found in the link below.
Jul 10 - 2:41 PM

No players were selected in the 2014 Supplemental Draft.

As expected. The draft ended as soon as it started since no team entered a bid on any of the four eligible prospects. Teams could give SMU running back Traylon Shead, Virginia-Lynchburg DT Lakendrick Ross, New Mexico WR Chase Clayton and UNC linebacker Darius Lipford a look during training camp, as each is now a free agent.
Jul 10 - 1:03 PM

FSU sophomore WR Jesus "Bobo" Wilson was arrested and charged on Wednesday with vehicular grand theft in the third degree.

Tomahawk Nation believes this is Wilson's first run in with police, adding grand theft auto in the third degree carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. He played sparingly in 2013, catching three passes for 23 yards and total 89 return yards on eight punts.
Jul 10 - 11:09 AM

Four names have been confirmed as possible picks for Thursday's Supplemental Draft, including SMU RB Traylon Shead.

The other three names include: New Mexico wide receiver Chase Clayton, UNC linebacker Darius Lipford and Virginia-Lynchburg defensive tackle Lakendrick Ross. Shead is a larger than average running back, while Ross is a massive (6'4/336 lbs) defensive tackle. Multiple teams attended each prospect's pro day, but there is a legitimate chance none are selected. If a club does select one of these players, they lose a corresponding draft pick in the 2015 draft.
Jul 9 - 11:00 AM




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