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Opposing college football coaches remain impressed by TCU senior QB Casey Pachall.

CBS Sports' Jeremy Fowler spoke with 20 head coaches who disclosed 25 under the radar names who could make a big splash in 2013. One spoke of Pachall and said he is, "very talented, good athlete, good thrower, helluva competitor. The competitor part, he's kind of like Collin Klein, who's not fastest in the world, not a great thrower, but a helluva competitor. Loves to play. Pachall is similar... If he's truly out of the doghouse, he's as good as anybody in our conference."
Source: CBS Sports
Fri, Jun 28, 2013 02:14:00 PM

BYU signed 2015 OL recruit Manase Tu'ungafasi, a 6'7/322 lbs rugby player from New Zealand.

"He is an excellent athlete with exceptional size coming from a rugby background..." BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall said. Tu'ungafasi was selected to play for the 2014 Samoa Under-20 team at the Junior World Championships. Oregon State and Utah were also interested in signing the rugby player to their football recruiting class. BYU has as good a history of converting non-football players into legitimate prospects than anyone.
Source: BYU Cougars
May 26 - 10:02 AM

Michigan graduate CB Blake Countess will transfer to Auburn.

"Excited to attack the next chapter in my life! WarEagle BoomEra," Countess posted on social media Tuesday morning. Countess posted two solid seasons in 2013 and 2014 with Michigan after missing the entire 2012 season due to a knee injury. The 5'10/182 lbs corner should help the Tigers immediately. Auburn was not one of the schools to offer Countess a scholarship out of high school. He will be eligible to play immediately in Will Muschamp's defense.
Source: Instagram
May 26 - 9:19 AM

Former Auburn sophomore CB Kamryn Melton transferred to Troy.

The former three-star recruit of 2013 was ranked one of the top 50 defensive backs in the country by 247Sports, Rivals.com and Scout.com. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Melton, who played in three games before suffering a knee injury in 2013, must sit out the 2015 season. He'll have three years eligibility remaining beginning in 2016.
May 25 - 5:18 PM

Oregon senior QB Vernon Adams "should beat out junior Jeff Lockie to become the Ducks' starter and serve as a stop-gap of sorts while younger quarterbacks become more acclimated," reports NFL Media.

NFL Media ranks Adams (6-0, 190) as the No. 9 most impactful transfer. It should be noted that other outlets have predicted Lockie will beat out the highly-touted Eastern Washington transfer. Adams, a two-time Walter Payton Award finalist, has thrown for 10,438 yards and 110 scores already in his three-season career.
Source: NFL.com
May 25 - 4:25 PM

Former Texas A&M sophomore QB Kenny Hill made his transfer to TCU official.

Hill will begin classes on June 1. The former Aggie starter will sit out the 2015 season due to NCAA regulations, but could be the heir apparent to Trevone Boykin during his final season of collegiate play. Hill was off to a quick start last year, but was replaced as the starter and was suspended shortly afterward for two games.
May 22 - 10:58 AM

Former Oklahoma junior RB Keith Ford will transfer to Texas A&M.

Ford said as much a few days ago, but now it is official. The running back, who was stuck behind Samaje Perine on the Sooners' depth chart, will be forced to redshirt the 2015 season but still has two seasons of eligibility after. Texas A&M already has an Oklahoma running back transfer on the roster in Brandon Williams.
Source: 247 Sports
May 22 - 9:31 AM

Penn State dismissed CB Da’Quan Davis following drug and underage drinking charges.

"Da’Quan Davis is no longer a member of the Penn State football team due to a violation of team rules," HC James Franklin said. "We appreciate Da’Quan’s contributions to the program and wish him success in the future." Davis was arrested on May 9 and charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was also cited for purchasing alcoholic beverages as a minor.
May 21 - 7:48 PM

Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott's injured left wrist has been fully medically cleared.

It speaks well to the prospect's toughness that you may not have known he had an injured wrist to begin with. Elliott broke his wrist in practice last August and underwent minor surgery, playing the season with a cast on his left wrist, which forced him to only carry with the right arm. "I was just out there basically playing with one hand. I was one-handed," Elliott told reporters in April. "I couldn't carry the ball in my left hand, I couldn't punch with it. I couldn't do much with it. I was pretty handicapped." If the 6-foot, 225-pounder can run for 1,878 yards and 18 touchdowns while handicapped, ruminate on what he'll do now fully healthy.
Source: NFL.com
May 21 - 7:02 PM

Arkansas HC Bret Bielema is shuffling his starting OL, including LT, RT and RG.

Junior Denver Kirkland is moving from right guard to left tackle. Junior Dan Skipper is moving from left tackle to right tackle. Frank Ragnow will be the new right guard. Arkansas is built on running the football with Alex Collins and Johnathan Williams, so expect these changes to maximize that element of the offense.
May 21 - 10:40 AM

Missouri dismissed projected starting redshirt sophomore DE Marcus Loud for a violation of team rules.

The Tigers are looking for two starting edge rushers with Shane Ray and Markus Golden playing in the NFL next season. The school has produced four NFL draft picks at the position in the last two years. Sophomore Charles Harris is the only edge rusher on the roster who has played an FBS snap.
May 21 - 9:51 AM

NFL Media notes that Alabama junior DT A'Shawn Robinson "plays a lot like former Alabama defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, who was the No. 3 overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills."

Robinson is "a burly, space-munching defensive tackle who dominates the interior ... although he's not to be confused with a stationary nose guard-type," wrote NFL.com's Chase Goodbread. "He led Alabama in sacks as a freshman in 2013 and has the athleticism to disrupt the backfield." Robinson recorded 49 tackles and 6.5 TFL to earn honorable mention All-SEC honors last year. NFL Media ranks Robinson as the No. 5 defensive player in the country.
Source: NFL.com
May 19 - 11:46 PM




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