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South Carolina junior CB Victor Hampton will enter the 2014 NFL Draft.

Saturday's was South Carolina's senior day, but juniors Kelcy Quarles, Jadeveon Clowney and Hampton were also honored. While it isn't set in stone since paperwork cannot be finalized until January, Hampton said he was "pretty much" gone. We expect him to draw mid-round consideration.
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 08:51:00 AM

Penn State dismissed CB Da’Quan Davis following drug and underage drinking charges.

"Da’Quan Davis is no longer a member of the Penn State football team due to a violation of team rules," HC James Franklin said. "We appreciate Da’Quan’s contributions to the program and wish him success in the future." Davis was arrested on May 9 and charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was also cited for purchasing alcoholic beverages as a minor.
May 21 - 7:48 PM

Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott's injured left wrist has been fully medically cleared.

It speaks well to the prospect's toughness that you may not have known he had an injured wrist to begin with. Elliott broke his wrist in practice last August and underwent minor surgery, playing the season with a cast on his left wrist, which forced him to only carry with the right arm. "I was just out there basically playing with one hand. I was one-handed," Elliott told reporters in April. "I couldn't carry the ball in my left hand, I couldn't punch with it. I couldn't do much with it. I was pretty handicapped." If the 6-foot, 225-pounder can run for 1,878 yards and 18 touchdowns while handicapped, ruminate on what he'll do now fully healthy.
Source: NFL.com
May 21 - 7:02 PM

Arkansas HC Bret Bielema is shuffling his starting OL, including LT, RT and RG.

Junior Denver Kirkland is moving from right guard to left tackle. Junior Dan Skipper is moving from left tackle to right tackle. Frank Ragnow will be the new right guard. Arkansas is built on running the football with Alex Collins and Johnathan Williams, so expect these changes to maximize that element of the offense.
May 21 - 10:40 AM

Missouri dismissed projected starting redshirt sophomore DE Marcus Loud for a violation of team rules.

The Tigers are looking for two starting edge rushers with Shane Ray and Markus Golden playing in the NFL next season. The school has produced four NFL draft picks at the position in the last two years. Sophomore Charles Harris is the only edge rusher on the roster who has played an FBS snap.
May 21 - 9:51 AM

NFL Media notes that Alabama junior DT A'Shawn Robinson "plays a lot like former Alabama defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, who was the No. 3 overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills."

Robinson is "a burly, space-munching defensive tackle who dominates the interior ... although he's not to be confused with a stationary nose guard-type," wrote NFL.com's Chase Goodbread. "He led Alabama in sacks as a freshman in 2013 and has the athleticism to disrupt the backfield." Robinson recorded 49 tackles and 6.5 TFL to earn honorable mention All-SEC honors last year. NFL Media ranks Robinson as the No. 5 defensive player in the country.
Source: NFL.com
May 19 - 11:46 PM

Arizona State offensive coordinator Mike Norvell said graduate WR Devin Lucien can pick up some slack left from the departure of No. 1 receiver Jaelen Strong.

Lucien, a UCLA graduate transfer, was recruited by Norvell when the latter coached at Tulsa. "He can be a home run hitter for us, a big play threat," Norvell says. "He can help us do some of the things Jaelen did." D.J. Foster has also been ticketed for more time on the perimeter to make up for Strong's absence.
Source: ESPN.com
May 19 - 10:59 PM

Arizona State offensive coordinator Mike Norvell said Arizona State senior OW D.J. Foster will "line up at every position you can possibly imagine."

For starters, you'll see Foster as a running back, slot receiver and lined up on the perimeter. "Our versatility will allow us to keep free from too many tendencies," Norvell said. The Sun Devils lost top receivers Jaelen Strong (NFL) and Cameron Smith (knee surgery) this offseason, which means they must replace 123 catches and 16 touchdowns. Despite that, ASU should light up the scoreboard again in 2015.
Source: ESPN.com
May 19 - 10:00 PM

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher said graduate QB Everett Golson will not be handed the starting job over redshirt junior Sean Maguire.

The 6-foot-3, 224-pound Maguire has spent the past few seasons backing up Jameis Winston. Golson, on the other hand, has 23 starts at Notre Dame under his belt. It was Golson, Seminoles fans haven't forgotten, who nearly completed a stunning upset of FSU in Doak Campbell Stadium last fall (Irish fans, and perhaps Golson himself, still swear Notre Dame won that game). Maguire and Golson will have a fair competition for the starting job. We expect Golson to win.
Source: ESPN.com
May 19 - 8:59 PM

The Big Ten granted Michigan State redshirt sophomore linebacker Drake Martinez a waiver making him eligible to play in 2015.

The junior college transfer, who started eight games in 2014 for Saddleback College in California, has three years of eligibility remaining. Martinez redshirted at Nebraska in 2013, where his brother Taylor played quarterback.
Source: ESPN.com
May 19 - 8:29 PM

Notre Dame redshirt sophomore QB Malik Zaire is the undisputed starter following the transfer of Everett Golson.

It's basically been Zaire's job since late last season, but the southpaw surely breathed a sigh of relief when Golson announced he would sign with Florida State. Zaire could be in line for quite the breakout season. Notre Dame's offensive line returns 67 career starts, Tarean Folston and Greg Bryant are a nice RB duo and William Fuller is a dangerous weapon outside. "I believe Brian Kelly's team is a legit playoff contender," wrote Stewart Mandel.
Source: Fox Sports
May 19 - 7:58 PM

Florida State "provides an excellent opportunity" for graduate QB Everett Golson to "get back on track and improve his draft stock," wrote ESPN's Steve Muensch.

There's plenty of work to be done, as Muench passed along that colleague Kevin Weidl gave Golson a mid-to-late Day 3 range before his season imploded in November (at which point he wasn't draftable). The 6-foot tall Golson must get better at finding throwing windows (balls are frequently tipped at the line), taking care of the ball (his 22 giveaways led Power 5 conferences), improve his footwork and be more patient with his progressions. Golson has a big arm, however, and shows tremendous potential when he sets his feet. Next season, he'll face a typically soft FSU schedule and will enjoy an outstanding supporting cast led by Dalvin Cook, Travis Rudolph, Jesus Wilson, Kermit Whitfield, Ermon Lane and George Campbell. "If he can improve at winning from the pocket by going through his progressions and throwing with proper mechanics, he could once again emerge as a potential NFL prospect at QB," Muench wrote.
May 19 - 7:27 PM




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