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NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah compared USC senior RB Silas Redd to Javon Ringer.

Jeremiah notes Redd has "average size (and) speed but runs hard inside." The senior made news last offseason after transferring from Penn State, but he dealt with injuries and ball security issues during his first season in Southern California. Redd is talented and should have a better showing in 2013.
Tue, Jul 9, 2013 09:13:00 AM

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah compares Washington State redshirt senior QB Luke Falk to Kirk Cousins.

Interestingly, Jeremiah believes Falk would've been selected in Round 1 or 2 had he entered the 2017 NFL Draft. "Although he plays in an Air Raid offense, he does read the entire field," Jeremiah wrote. "He has a very quiet lower body (calm, firm base) and a smooth release. He has tremendous touch at all three levels." As for areas to improve upon, the analyst noted that Falk is skinny, doesn't have a huge arm and is only a "functional" athlete. "If Falk can add a little strength, I think he's going to be a long-term starter at the next level," Jeremiah concluded. Falk has posted back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons with a 76/17 TD/INT ratio over that time.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 27 - 3:13 PM

NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah likens LSU junior RB Derrius Guice to a young Frank Gore.

More flattering still, Jeremiah sees a "little bit" of LaDainian Tomlinson in Guice's running style. "He is very decisive and reaches top speed in a hurry," Jeremiah wrote of Guice. "He has the wiggle to make defenders miss in tight quarters and he has incredible contact balance, which allows him to consistently bounce off of tacklers. He has homerun speed once he gets into the open field." The analyst would like to see Guice used more as a receiver -- he may get his wish now that Matt Canada is calling plays -- and also to see improvement from Guice as a pass blocker. Last year, the 5-foot-11, 216-pound Guice had 1,387 yards (7.6 ypa) and 15 touchdowns along with a 9-106-1 line as a receiver (11.8 ypc) and a 20.3 yard average on kick returns.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 27 - 2:04 PM

Top 2018 RB recruit Zamir White announced his commitment to Georgia.

It is about time Georgia received a commitment from a top running back recruit. The school's history with running backs is deep, and recent recruits will remember Knowshon Moreno, Todd Gurley, Keith Marshall, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. The latter two will spend their final season with the Bulldogs this year, so White could see immediate work with the team in 2018. He is widely considered the top recruit at his position and a five star athlete.
Jun 27 - 12:20 PM

Texas sophomore QB Shane Buechele won the throwing contest at the Manning Passing Academy.

Buechele is not guaranteed to start this season, although he is the favorite to reclaim his No. 1 gig from last year. His style fits Tom Herman's offense quite well, as the goal is to get the ball out quickly, many times on vertical shots, with tempo. Freshman Sam Ehringer is his main competition.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 27 - 9:43 AM

Baylor has proposed to release information on every incident of sexual assault which has occurred at the school since 2003.

"Baylor has made a proposal to the court regarding contested issues in pending litigation. The court has not yet ruled on this proposal. This information has yet to be compiled and is separate from the investigation conducted by Pepper Hamilton," the university said in a statement on Monday. This proposed release is related to a Title IV lawsuit by 10 former students who are alleging they were sexually assaulted while enrolled. That is just one of six Title IV lawsuits Baylor is currently wading its way through.
Jun 26 - 5:46 PM

Auburn received a verbal commitment from three-star 2018 WR Shedrick Jackson.

Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Memphis and Missouri were also in play, here. Jackson (6'1/195) has one major claim to fame -- he is the nephew of all-universe athlete, Bo Jackson, who himself played at Auburn. "Obviously it’s going to get a lot of attention. But really what you’ve got to do is go out there and make a name for yourself," explained the newest baby Tiger to SEC Country earlier in the spring. "It’s not Bo Jackson going out there anymore. It’s not him scoring touchdowns or running 40-yard dashes." He also raised the bar on himself, saying, "There are tons of expectations, but really I just want to go out there and be better than he was." Good luck with that, Mr. Jackson. We will be starting up our old Tecmo Bowl games in anticipation.
Source: SEC Country
Jun 26 - 4:56 PM

Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh said that junior T Grant Newsome (knee) will likely take a medical redshirt this season.

"I suspect this year would be a redshirt for Grant," Harbaugh said. "He will be a student coach and rehabbing his leg. But it’s going well. So Grant will be a great influence on the team." The 6-foot-7, 318-pounder sustained a serious leg injury against Wisconsin last October, one which required multiple surgeries and a month-long stay in the hospital. Harbaugh, ever-optimistic, indicated that he believes that Newsome will play again down the road.
Source: Scout.com
Jun 26 - 2:19 PM

USC received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 RB Mychale Salahuddin.

"Nothing is set in stone. I'll still be taking visits but I'm taking advantage of the opportunity that's in front of me," Salahuddin said. Rivals ranks the 5-foot-11, 190-pounder as the No. 140 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. Outlet analyst Adam Friedman notes that the Trojan pledge "has the toughness to pound the ball between the tackles but is still very fast around the edge" and adds that he is "also very good as a receiver out of the backfield and that versatility will add to the firepower USC already has on offense."
Source: Rivals
Jun 26 - 12:42 PM

Former redshirt freshman TE Jovani Haskins transferred to West Virginia.

Haskins reunites with former Miami teammate QB Jack Allison on West Virginia's roster. The 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end, a three-star recruit, ranked as ESPN's No. 15 TE prospect in the 2016 class. Haskins redshirted in 2016. He'll sit out in 2017 and have three years of eligibility remaining starting in 2018.
Jun 25 - 2:13 PM

Nebraska HC Mike Riley left the door open for freshman WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. to return to the team.

Earlier this month, Johnson Jr. was cited for marijuana possession in a Nebraska residence hall. His father, former NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson, announced that Johnson Jr. will not play in 2017 because he needs time to "mature." Riley indicated that he'd welcome Johnson Jr. back in 2018. "I think there’s kind of a wellness factor for Keyshawn going home," Riley said. "We talked to him about the possibility of maybe enrolling part time and taking care of his progress toward his degree, and also getting in great shape. And we opened the door for return, which is just kind of left open that we’ll deal with at the time that he is physically and mentally ready to do that."
Jun 25 - 1:21 PM

Former Kansas State sophomore WR Corey Sutton transferred to Appalachian State.

Sutton dominated the college football news cycle earlier this month after he and HC Bill Snyder feuded over Sutton's decision to transfer. Snyder and Kansas State denied Sutton's release to all 35 schools he requested, leading Sutton to take his case to the public. Facing intense pressure, KSU ultimately granted Sutton's release, leading to his move east. Sutton, a three-star recruit, caught four passes for 54 yards last year. He must sit out the 2017 season due to NCAA transfer rules. He’ll have three seasons of eligibility remaining as a redshirt sophomore in 2018.
Jun 24 - 10:32 AM




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