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Texas A&M junior WR Malcolme Kennedy told reporters he would love to see redshirt sophomores QB Johnny Manziel and WR Mike Evans return next season, "but you've got to make some decisions in life."

"And it was fun playing with them," Kennedy said. The junior receiver seems to believe the same train of thought the rest of the country does, that both Manziel and Evans will be jumping to the NFL this May.
Mon, Nov 11, 2013 11:44:00 AM

NFL scouts rank DT Darius Latham as "one of the most underrated defensive tackles in the upcoming draft and give him a second/third round grade," TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound junior declared for the draft in December. "Latham was approached about joining the Hoosiers basketball team but passed on the opportunity," Pauline wrote. "Expect the athletic tackle to put up some impressive numbers during the Scouting Combine later this month." Latham has some off-the-field issues he will have to answer for in Indianapolis. If he dispels character concerns, he may be headed towards Day 2.
Feb 9 - 7:58 PM

An NFC director of football operations says Florida State DB Jalen Ramsey "is going to win the combine."

"Some scouts on the road think he's overrated and some think he's the next Richard Sherman," the exec said. "We all agree that he's going to win the combine and that (Mike) Mayock won't stop talking about him." As an addendum, NFL.com's Lance Zierlein passed along this nugget about Ramsey's future NFL position: "Most of the personnel men I've spoken with see safety as his best position."
Source: NFL.com
Feb 9 - 6:20 PM

Six women filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday claiming that Tennessee has created a culture enabling student-athletes, particularly football players, to get away with committing sexual assaults.

Specifically, per the suit, the university uses an unusual adjudication process that is slanted against victims who come forward. Five Tennessee athletes are accused of sexual assault in the lawsuit: Former basketball player Yemi Makanjuola, former football players A.J. Johnson, Michael Williams and Riyahd Jones and a current football player identified as a "John Doe." Tennessee has shown "deliberate indifference and a clearly unreasonable response after a sexual assault that causes a student to endure additional harassment," according to the lawsuit, which goes on to accuse administrators and coaches of ignoring complaints and impeding the investigation process.
Feb 9 - 6:04 PM

An NFC North scout calls Michigan State OT Jack Conklin "tougher than old beef jerky."

"That is a dude, right there," the scout said. "He was busting up Ohio State in the fourth quarter of that game not because he was more talented than those guys but because he just wanted it more. He's tougher than old beef jerky. He fits in our division." We never tire of pro scouts, the displaced poets of our generation. Last week, Pro Football Focus analyst Gordon McGuinness said Conklin would be a nice fit for the Panthers.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 9 - 5:19 PM

Houston sophomore QB Kyle Allen -- a recent Texas A&M transfer -- was critical of the Aggies' "culture" and program "vision."

"I think the culture was a big part of it, and I think that stems from Johnny [Manziel's] era there -- the way that they let Johnny and [others] act there," Allen said in an interview with CBS Sports. "They [could] do that and still win games because they had Johnny ... and five offensive linemen playing in the NFL right now. A lot of people were riding off that, 'I can do whatever the hell I want and win on Saturday.'" Allen left the Aggies for Houston in December (fellow QB Kyler Murray transferred to Oklahoma this winter as well). "Everyone wasn't in a straight line," Allen said. "Everyone was going this way, this way, this way. We had a ton of talent there. I think that, once you get all the right coaches there and get the vision right, you can do a lot of things."
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 9 - 3:24 PM

Duke redshirt junior QB Thomas Sirk suffered a ruptured left Achilles tendon during a Tuesday workout.

Sirk is scheduled to undergo surgery on Wednesday and is currently without a return timetable. Duke's starting quarterback missed the entire 2013 campaign after rupturing his right Achilles tendon in offseason workouts of that year. Sirk threw for 2,625 yards with a 16/8 TD/INT ratio last season. If Sirk is required to miss any time in 2016, redshirt junior Parker Boehme would likely take over the offense. Boehme completed 55.1 percent of his passes (43-of-78) for 579 yards, two touchdowns and one interception across his sporadic (one start) 2015 playing time.
Feb 9 - 1:45 PM

NFL personnel executives polled by ESPN's Adam Schefter indicated that the Titans will likely take Ole Miss T Laremy Tunsil if they remain at No. 1 overall.

Doing so would upgrade a horrific offensive line into a unit that could have Tunsil and Taylor Lewan as Marcus Mariota's bookend tackles for years. Schefter reports that Tennessee will continue to explore options to trade down from the No. 1 overall pick, with Cleveland (No. 2), San Diego (No. 3), Dallas (No. 4) and San Francisco (No. 7) lining up as potential partners.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 9 - 1:29 PM

The NFL has banned players with convictions for domestic violence, sexual assault or weapons offenses from attending future scouting combine's in Indianapolis.

NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent sent out a league-wide memo late last month stating that prospects would be barred from "any league-related event" if they have a felony or misdemeanor conviction on their record. "It is important for us to remain strongly committed to league values as we demonstrate to our fans, future players, coaches, general managers, and others who support our game that character matters," Vincent wrote. The rule would have banned former Michigan LB Frank Clark from participating. TCU QB Trevone Boykin, who was charged with felony assault of a police officer and suspended for the Alamo Bowl, may become the rule's first target. If that happens, Boykin would still be able to attend private workouts, pro days and regional combines.
Source: USA Today
Feb 9 - 12:51 PM

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah praised the ability of UCLA WR/TE Thomas Duarte, who has been overlooked in the receiver group so far.

"I see some Jordan Reed type burst, quickness and ball skills.," Jeremiah tweeted about the junior receiver who somewhat surprisingly declared early for the 2016 NFL Draft. Duarte never eclipsed 1,000 yards in a season for UCLA and posted just three games over 100 receiving yards during his final season. The 6-foot-3 225-pound receiver could get looks as a passing focused tight end and excels in the open areas of the field.
Feb 9 - 10:35 AM

Pro Football Focus analyst Gordon McGuinness wrote, "it’s not unreasonable to think that [Alabama RB Kenyan Drake] might actually have a better pro career [than teammate Derrick Henry].

McGuinness broke down potential draft prospects for the Broncos and Panthers on Monday. He sees the 6-foot-1, 202-pound Drake as a nice fit for Denver, noting that he "could provide a welcome boost to an offense that will likely have plenty of question marks given the quarterback situation." One of the immediate advantages Drake has over Henry in this conversation is that the latter is almost certainly going to cost a higher draft pick. One immediate downer? Drake's never been given more than 92 carries in a collegiate campaign. Whether he has the durability to hold up to a full workload remains to be seen--something that's not true for Henry, who swings to the opposite extreme (possibly to his detriment). Another early demerit for Drake: During the Senior Bowl practice week, CBS Sports analyst Rob Rang observed that he had his issues with drops and struggled to perform in pass-blocking drills.
Feb 8 - 9:32 PM

FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman reports that former Houston HC Tom Levine will join the Western Kentucky staff as an offensive assistant and special teams coordinator.

Levine, 43, served as Houston's head coach from 2011-2014. He held a 21-17 record in his time with the Cougars before the axe fell in December of 2014. He already has a connection to Hilltoppers' HC Jeff Brohm, as the two worked together as assistants at Louisville in the early 2000's. He should fit like a glove with Western Kentucky's high-octane attack. In 2011, his Houston team became the first in NCAA history to accumulate more than 8,000 total yards.
Source: FOX Sports
Feb 8 - 8:38 PM




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