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Clemson senior QB Tajh Boyd completed 20-of-26 attempts for 340 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in Thursday's 55-31 victory over Georgia Tech.

He added 43 rushing yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. Boyd didn't play in the fourth quarter due to a collarbone injury and a bruised sternum, but after the game said he'd be fine. Boyd broke Phillip Rivers' ACC record (95) for career touchdown passes in the game; he now sits at 97.
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 11:11:00 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper calls Nevada senior QB Cody Fajardo the season's biggest QB riser, and believes the prospect might now get drafted.

"Fajardo has gone from nonexistent on most boards to a possible Day 3 pick," Kiper wrote. "The senior is an above-average athlete, throws well on the run and shows poise facing pressure. A project, sure, but he has been just as successful as Colin Kaepernick in the same college offense." That's pretty high praise, though, it's necessary to point out, Kaepernick clearly had superior tools. Fajardo has 2,328 passing yards and 854 rushing yards this year.
Nov 27 - 1:51 PM

Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi "could be a draft-day steal," according to an AFC scout.

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin shifted Ogbuehi from LT to RT earlier this month, a move that came on the heels of the lineman's struggles. Though Sumlin said the move had nothing to do with Ogbuehi's play -- the HC said Jarvis Harrison was simply more comfortable at LT -- many didn't buy the explanation. Even so, Ogbuehi's physical gifts simply cannot be taught, and there figures to be a handful of teams praying that he begins to fall down the board. "The assumption by this scout is that Ogbeuhi will drop in the draft after a season in which he has moved from left tackle to right tackle -- the opposite progression for his highly rated predecessors at A&M," NFL.com noted. "While his coach insists the move wasn't made because of struggles, there are some who have assigned Ogbuehi a mid-round grade less than a year after he said he received a first-round grade from the NFL Draft Advisory Board."
Source: NFL.com
Nov 27 - 1:23 PM

Former Ohio State junior DE Noah Spence will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft, according to his social media account.

"Not what I wanted but now it's time to get ready for the next level, I've learnt so much in the last couple months that it's all worth it," Spence tweeted after being told the Big Ten declared him permanently ineligible. Theoretically, Spence could have dropped down to the FCS for one season and continued playing at the college level, but he is NFL bound. He generated a good amount of buzz when on the field. He was reportedly suspended multiple times for failed drug tests, which led to the ban.
Nov 27 - 11:37 AM

Norfolk State redshirt senior LB Lynden Trail has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

Trail is seemingly the first to get the promotion from East West Shrine to the Senior Bowl. The FCS product is listed at 6'7/250, and we will see if that holds up. He will likely occupy an edge rushing role in the NFL.
Nov 27 - 11:28 AM

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said freshman QB Deshaun Watson (sprained MCL) has a good chance of playing versus South Carolina.

"I thought he was better today than he was yesterday," Swinney said. "It's just like I have been saying it gets better each day. I know he was more confident today than he was yesterday. Tomorrow is another important day for us from a preparation standpoint. I think he has a good chance. How much or when? We haven't decided that yet. But I think he definitely has a chance to play." Senior Cole Stoudt will start if Watson can't go.
Nov 27 - 2:33 AM

An NFC scouting director believes Minnesota senior RB David Cobb "will rise in the ranks the more people study him."

Cobb's rise in scouting circles doesn't surprise Rotoworld, which saw NFL attributes out of the Golden Gopher early in the season. "I keep going back to this kid. Doesn't wow you, but he produces each week. I think he will rise in the ranks the more people study him. Runs with vision, power, and some agility. Wants the ball," the NFC scouting director said. The 5-foot-11, 229-pound Cobb has rushed for 1,430 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.
Source: NFL.com
Nov 27 - 2:20 AM

The Oregonian reports that Oregon hasn't been in contact with Ohio State senior QB Braxton Miller.

With J.T. Barrett having made an extremely compelling argument to be the Buckeyes' QB in 2015 regardless of whether Miller returns, transfer rumors have been swirling for weeks. As a graduate transfer, Miller would be eligible to play immediately if he bolted after the season. Along with the Ducks, Auburn and Boston College have been bandied about as potential landing spots. Of course, Oregon and its high-flying offense might be the most intriguing destination. Starting QB Marcus Mariota is expected to declare for the NFL Draft after the season.
Nov 27 - 1:50 AM

Alabama senior S Nick Perry said junior WR Amari Cooper is a better wide receiver than Julio Jones.

Perry squared off against the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Jones in high school and later at Alabama. "He was a once-in-a-lifetime type of athlete," Perry said. Apparently not a once-in-a-lifetime receiver, though, because Perry believes the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Cooper is better. "He’s definitely the best receiver that I’ve seen play here," Perry said. Cooper has 90 catches for 1,349 yards and 11 touchdowns thus far. He leads the nation in receiving yards. "He’s doing it all himself," Perry said. "He’s a one-man wrecking crew."
Nov 27 - 1:09 AM

Old Dominion senior quarterback Taylor Heinicke accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Game.

Heinicke "is a sleeper to watch," ESPN's Mel Kiper wrote last month. We know scouts have flocked to ODU's campus to get a closer look at Heinicke, who has posted video games over the past few seasons. Earlier this month, CBS Sports' Dane Brugler wrote that Heineke had a very nice pocket presence and threw a "very catchable ball with a quick trigger." TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline calls Heinicke "a cross between Colt Brennan and Chase Daniel."
Nov 26 - 11:35 PM

Baylor senior WR Antwan Goodley's "body type screams Anquan Boldin" an NFC South scout said.

"This kid is much faster, but unfair to say he competes for the ball the way Boldin does," the scout said. "That's a rare trait ... but I like Goodley a lot. Will create a bunch of issues with his physicality." The 5-foot-10, 220-pound prospect runs a 4.39 second forty, though NFL.com believes he'll be closer to the mid-4.4s in pre-draft workouts. "His ability to run after the catch separates him from most of his competitors in the senior wide receiver class," the site added.
Source: NFL.com
Nov 26 - 11:22 PM

Washington senior WR Kasen Williams accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Game.

The 6-foot-2, 216-pounder, a stud prep recruit from Skyline High School who was Washington's first ever Parade All-American Player of the Year (2010-11), has been a huge disappointment outside of a big 2012 (his 77 receptions were third on the all-time UW single-season list, and his 878 yards were eighth-most). Williams has only 12 receptions for 91 yards in 2014. He has a lot of work to do to get drafted.
Nov 26 - 11:09 PM




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