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ESPN's Edwards Aschoff ranked Florida senior Dominique Easley as the top DT in the SEC.

After lining up at defensive end early in his career, Easley is making the move to his more natural position on the interior. "That's where he's the most dangerous, but he'll move outside at times for the Gators because he's good wherever you line him up," Aschoff writes. Easley "created so many plays for his teammates and should be an even bigger nuisance for opposing backfields this fall." There's a chance the senior end his collegiate career in the same way Sharrif Floyd did, as a first-round pick.
Source: ESPN
Tue, Jul 9, 2013 09:36:00 AM

Michigan State redshirt senior Tony Lippett will start at WR and CB against Maryland.

It is senior day, which might be more of a factor in Lippett playing on both sides of the ball as opposed to a lack of depth. We think Lippett is one of the best route runners in all of college football and has come down with acrobatic catches when Connor Cook has trusted him in tight coverage.
Source: MLive
Nov 22 - 11:34 AM

South Alabama senior TE Wes Saxton has accepted an invitation to play in the East West Shrine game.

Saxton is a very intriguing move tight end prospect and could be one of the top attendees at this all star event. His numbers have dropped off this year, but for a career, Saxton has accumulated 91 catches for 1,092 yards and one touchdown in three seasons. "He's a mismatch nightmare and, yes, I think he needs to mature on the field in some areas, but I could easily make the argument he has the most upside of any senior at his position this year," one AFC East scout said in September.
Nov 22 - 10:53 AM

Arkansas senior TE A.J. Derby has accepted an invitation to the East West Shrine game.

Derby is a converted quarterback from Iowa via a stint in JUCO. The senior tight end class is extremely thing, but Derby is one of the more intriguing names. He continues to show improvement despite a diminutive stat line of 21 receptions for 290 yards and three touchdowns.
Nov 22 - 10:43 AM

NFL Media's Mike Mayock believes Iowa senior T Brandon Scherff's best NFL fit is inside at G.

Mayock notes Scherff's size: 6'5/320 lbs with 33-inch arms. "He's tough, aggressive, and he finishes," Mayock states, praising Scherff's zone blocking abilities and his strength once getting his hands on the opponent. Mayock's comparisons for the Iowa senior include Zach martin and Joel Bitonio, two early round rookies who have made a tremendous impact on their respective teams. We would not be surprised to see Scherff stay on the outside in the NFL.
Source: NFL.com
Nov 22 - 10:09 AM

Auburn senior QB Nick Marshall would be willing to play another position in the NFL if he's asked.

"It's just something I have to think about," Marshall said. "As of right now, I'm open to play anything, but I'm looking to play quarterback." Marshall is a superb athlete and a gifted runner, but his passing mechanics are not NFL-caliber. He has a number of options should he choose to switch position, a seeming fit at RB, WR, or DB. Georgia coach Mark Richt signed Marshall as a CB out of high school. "We certainly looked at him as (a quarterback), the possibility, but we believed he could be one of the best cornerbacks in America," Richt said. "We believe he could be a very high draft pick as a corner as well. He's that talented of a guy."
Source: AL.com
Nov 21 - 6:17 PM

UCLA redshirt junior QB Brett Hundley was compared by an area scout to former Jaguar David Garrard.

"I feel bad for him, because everyone hyped him up so much in the preseason, it was like he had to play at a (Marcus) Mariota-type level or he'd be a failure," the AFC area scout told NFL.com. Site columnist Albert Breer notes on-field improvement for Hundley, but doesn't believe it will be enough to get him into Round 1 or 2 in the spring. "He has very good size and athletic ability, but he struggles reading things and throwing with accuracy," an AFC scouting director said. Hundley has a crucial matchup this Saturday, taking on USC's pro-style defense.
Source: NFL.com
Nov 21 - 4:22 PM

Mississippi State starting S Justin Cox has been suspended after being arrested for his involvement in a domestic violence incident.

Police said they found a female victim with an injury to her head upon their arrival. Cox was arrested on suspicion of burglary of a dwelling and aggravated domestic violence and booked in jail. He has started eight of 10 games at free safety. Miss State plays Vanderbilt this weekend and Ole Miss in a week.
Nov 21 - 2:00 PM

The MMQB's Andy Staples ranks Oregon senior CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu as the No. 9 overall prospect in the 2015 class.

"Though NFL teams are looking for taller corners these days, Ekpre-Olomu plays bigger than his listed 5-10, 195-pound size," Staples writes. "He can jam receivers at the line and smother them once they recover." We believe Ifo is squatting on routes more often in the hopes of baiting his opponent. That has resulted in allowing downfield completions when receivers run past him in his boundary corner spot. He is also getting caught in trash and allowing separation when working in the slot.
Source: The MMQB
Nov 21 - 10:56 AM

Sam Farmer spoke with one NFL scout who is not sure if UCLA senior LB Eric Kendricks is a starter at the next level.

"I think he's a special-teams player and a good depth linebacker, but these guys tend to make their way onto the field," the scout ended. Another scout stated Kendricks will be a starting weakside linebacker on a team. All three evaluators shared the belief Kendricks is a bit undersized. Perhaps "undersized" is now common at the position in the NFL.
Source: LA Times
Nov 21 - 10:41 AM

The LA Times spoke with one NFL scout who believes USC junior Nelson Agholor is a perfect No. 3 WR.

The scout adds " slot receiver, and return specialist" to Agholor's projection. The evaluator highlighted slot targets who can win over the middle, find windows in zone, separate versus man, and the run after the catch. "He's got some of that to him," the scout concluded. Unless a number of USC eligibles return for one final season, expect Agholor to declare for this spring's draft.
Source: LA Times
Nov 21 - 9:38 AM

Three NFL scouts expressed their reservations with QB Brett Hundley's professional projection.

"We need to see better accuracy from him, especially throwing from the pocket," scout No. 1 said. "He tends to hold on to the ball too long, and he's not as quick going through his progression as he should be at this stage of his career. … I think he relies on his feet at times to bail him out." Scout No. 2 questioned if sitting behind an NFL starter during his first year would be more beneficial than returning to UCLA for one more season. Scout No. 3 praised Hundley's dual-threat capabilities and placed him in the late first- to second-round range.
Source: LA Times
Nov 21 - 9:24 AM




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