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CBS Sports' Dane Brugler calls Rutgers redshirt junior WR Brandon Coleman an "elite talent with first-round ability."

"While his size is often the attribute most talked about, it's Coleman's feet that give him his biggest advantage, as he routinely defeats press coverage with an explosive first step, and then agility and quickness to surpass his opponent within the first five yards," Brugler noted. The senior receiver class isn't strong, so Coleman could be mentioned in the first-round range along with Sammy Watkins and Marqise Lee.
Source: CBS Sports
Mon, Jul 8, 2013 08:41:00 AM

The Bowling Green Daily News' Brad Stephens reports that Washington State will hire Western Kentucky QB coach Steve Spurrier Jr.

Stephens does not specify exactly what role Spurrier Jr. is expected to take on staff in Pullman, but at the very least, it'll likely come on the offensive side of the ball. One of the more famous sons in the CFB coaching ranks, Spurrier Jr. began his coaching career at South Carolina working in a variety of capacities under his father from 2005-15 before moving on to accept the role of recruiting and offensive specialist at Oklahoma prior to the 2016 season. Then onward to Western Kentucky as quarterbacks coach for the 2017 campaign and now onward once more to Wazzu.
Feb 22 - 1:42 PM

Arkansas redshirt sophomore QB Cole Kelley pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated.

Kelley was arrested on Nov. 12 after he rolled up onto a curb at 4:00 AM. He did not agree to a breathalyzer test at the time. Arkansas suspended him for one game following this indiscretion. He's been sentenced to 90 days in prison, but 89 of those have been suspended, with the final one already credited. All of this just means that Kelley will not actually be serving any time. He will, however, be required to take an alcohol safety test as well as pay $720 in fines and court fees. The 6-foot-7, 268-pound gunslinger started four games in place of an injured Austin Allen last season and will be competing with redshirt junior Ty Storey (among others) for starting honors during the coming campaign.
Feb 22 - 1:32 PM

Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph (foot) said he's 100-percent healthy.

Rudolph was forced to miss the Senior Bowl while recovering from a mid-foot sprain suffered in the bowl game. He'll be healthy for the NFL Combine, including throwing drills -- though Rudolph said he may not be able to do the short shuttle or L-drill. "As of today, I'm running full speed during some 20- and 40-yard dashes," he said. "I'm also 100 percent in regard to throwing and all of that." The 6-foot-5, 230-pounder was asked about pre- and post-snap reads in the OSU offense, a question mark surrounding his pre-draft evaluation process. "When I dropped back, there were a lot of progression reads," he said. "Yes, there were coverage reads that eliminated one side of the field. But there were true progressions as well where I had to look at one, two, three, four or even five depending on the coverage."
Feb 21 - 8:49 PM

Stanford redshirt freshman QB Davis Mills (knee) will miss spring practice.

Mills initially injured his knee during his senior season of high school, with HC David Shaw saying recently that the 6-foot-2, 188-pounder had a setback in the fall which will keep him sidelined through spring work. Stanford is exceedingly thin at quarterback, as not only will Mills miss the spring, but starter K.J. Costello (hip) is already a real question mark for the upcoming practices. Sports Illustrated reported earlier this month that Costello was not expected to take part in full drills. With Stanford now down two quarterbacks, look for junior Jack Richardson to see plenty of spring reps. Both Mills and Costello still have ample time to get right before the start of August camp and we'll keep tab on the pair as the offseason continues on its ever-winding way.
Feb 21 - 6:59 PM

Tennessee hired Alabama offensive analyst Chris Weinke to serve as running backs coach.

The Crimson Tide brought Weinke in last winter. This new job in Knoxville will be his first serving as an on-field coach at the collegiate level. Prior to his gig in Tuscaloosa, he served as quarterbacks coach for the NFL's Rams from 2015-16 and earlier worked as head coach for the high school football factory that is IMG Academy down in Florida (2010-14). At Tennessee, Weinke will be tasked with helping Ty Chandler to break in as full-time starter following John Kelly's departure for the NFL.
Feb 21 - 6:24 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 LB Marcel Brooks is deciding between LSU and Alabama.

Brooks (6'3/200) will be making his choice on June 25. He'll be visiting LSU for their junior day on March 3, a week from Saturday and will also visit Alabama before he makes his final decision. Should a team from outside his top two programs make a push, it would probably be Oklahoma. While it seems that he's narrowed his decision down to the bare essentials, we're still four months away from his scheduled commitment date and recruiting tides can shift rather quickly. Brooks ranks as the No. 111 overall prospect in the 2019 class on the 247Sports composite board. He's a physical defender with an awesome first step, one who has room to add functional weight onto his frame without losing any of his athletic edge.
Feb 21 - 5:07 PM

AL.com's Matt Zenitz reports that transferring ECU senior QB Gardner Minshew will visit Alabama this weekend.

Starting to get a fair bit of smoke with Minshew and the Crimson Tide, as 247Sports reported earlier this month that Alabama was potentially targeting the gunslinger. Looks like the interest is mutual, here. ECU's starting quarterback, Minshew withdrew from the program at the end of January citing a family matter. While the 6-foot-2, 216-pounder will be eligible to play immediately in 2018 as a graduate, Tuscaloosa is far from a clean landing spot. Alabama is already stocked at quarterback with Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts. Even if Hurts were to transfer -- and as of yet, that does not appear to be imminent -- Minshew would at best be working as a backup to Tagovailoa for the coming campaign. To this juncture, Alabama is the only school we've seen linked to Minshew.
Source: AL.com
Feb 21 - 3:16 PM

Wake Forest redshirt sophomore WR Greg Dortch (abdomen) is expected to be 100% healthy at the start of spring practice.

This is a stellar development for the Demon Deacons. Dortch was in the midst of huge campaign at the time he sustained an abdominal injury against Louisville near the end of October. He underwent surgery for that injury the same night as the game against the Cardinals and proceeded to sit out the remainder of the campaign while rehabbing. Even with his year cut short by a month, the 5-foot-9, 165-pounder still put up a strong 53-722-9 receiving line. His health will be worth monitoring as we continue through the offseason, but everything's full-speed-ahead at this juncture.
Feb 21 - 12:24 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Washington DT Vita Vea has "rare" quickness for a player of his size "and can play all three downs."

Kiper adds Vea is a "freakish" talent. This is obviously very high praise, and Kiper clearly believes Vea is an upfield disruptor and will help as a pass rusher. There are clear expectations for Vea's NFL Combine workout, but we aren't sold on Vea as an every down defensive tackle.
Source: ESPN
Feb 21 - 11:17 AM

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah spoke to one "top" DL coach who compared UTSA edge rusher Marcus Davenport to Jason Taylor.

Taylor was 6-foot-6 and 248-pounds when entering the NFL from a small program like Akron and Davenport will be around the same height and nearly 260-pounds at the NFL Combine. The Senior Bowl showed Davenport has a ways to go in terms of a pass rushing plan, but improving his strengths could help him be an impact player in the NFL.
Feb 21 - 9:42 AM

The MMQB's Albert Breer expects UTSA edge rusher Marcus Davenport to be drafted before pick No. 13.

"Just watch. The converted receiver from a mid-major school will put on a show in Indianapolis," Breer writes. Davenport is coming off a disappointing Senior Bowl week after the expectations placed on him were a bit too high. Disappointing in that Davenport failed to win one on one reps until the final day of practice. The foundation of Davenport's game is length, size and athleticism, and those should be on display in Indy.
Source: SI.com
Feb 21 - 9:26 AM




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