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Draft insider Tony Pauline has pegged USF redshirt sophomore DE Aaron Lynch as a fourth-round pick.

Lynch looks like a very different player compared to his 2011 tape at Notre Dame. With the Irish he frequently lined up as a three or five technique and consistently played at a high level. Lynch did not look as comfortable in space on the edge, but the talent did not just disappear. Landing spot might be a critical piece to his future.
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 10:13:00 AM

South Carolina junior RB Mike Davis confirmed he will enter the 2015 NFL Draft.

Davis' final game will be against Miami, and he and Duke Johnson will be showcasing their skills in the same contest. Davis has not crossed the 100 yard mark in the last five games, however, he still offers late second or third day ability as well as passing down skills.
Dec 25 - 2:10 PM

Oregon junior DL DeForest Buckner is a "near-lock" to return to school next season, according to a source close to Rand Getlin.

This is great news for any Oregon fan. Buckner put together some of the best flashes of any defensive prospect in this class and has the versatility to play in a variety of alignments. Fellow defensive prospect Arik Armstead is almost certainly leaving for the NFL, so Buckner could be the focus up front next season for the Ducks.
Dec 25 - 12:33 PM

Western Kentucky redshirt senior QB Brandon Doughty went 31-of-42 passing for 486 yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions in a 49-48 win over Central Michigan in Wednesday's Bahamas Bowl.

You had to see the end to believe it. With 12 minutes remaining, WKU led 49-14. The Chippewas preceded to score 34 straight points, the last touchdown coming as time expired on a 75-yard Hail Mary that featured three laterals. CMU went for a two-point conversion and the win, and the Hilltoppers batted away a fade to escape. WKU head coach Jeff Brohm ended this dream season with two consecutive zany one-point wins and an 8-5 record. Doughty, who leads the nation with 4,830 passing yards and 49 touchdowns, was recently granted a sixth season of eligibility by the NCAA. The Hilltoppers will have once again have one of the nation's most prolific offenses in 2015.
Dec 24 - 3:53 PM

Pittsburgh will name former Michigan State DC Pat Narduzzi head coach on Friday.

ESPN.com‘s Joe Schad reported on Wednesday that Pitt and Narduzzi had finalized a contract, and the school announced it will conduct a 3:30 p.m. ET press conference Friday to "address its head football coaching vacancy." Narduzzi was the Big Ten's highest-paid coordinator this year and is a long-time HC candidate. He has spent the past 11 seasons on Mark Dantonio-led coaching staffs, three of those coming with Cincinnati.
Dec 24 - 3:13 PM

FSU freshman RB Dalvin Cook is part of an active aggravated assault investigation as a result of an event that took place in July of 2014.

Cook has been identified as an associate of two men involved in the alleged assault who reportedly waved a firearm at the victim (Cook did not). Strictly speaking about on-field production, Cook has been a difference maker for the Seminoles this season and has earned more touches in the last two months because of it. He is able to create yards on his own, something FSU lacked earlier this season. FSU plays Oregon on Jan. 1.
Dec 24 - 2:42 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Kevin Weidl considers Ole Miss senior Senquez Golson a "solid sub-package nickel type."

Weidl mixes negatives with positives, which is what evaluations should be. Weidl brings up Golson's sub-5'10" height multiple times, specifically against Auburn, but "he generally plays bigger than measurables indicate." Then Golson's eyes and instincts are praised which "allow him to play fast." The corner class will likely be considered one of the weaker position groups at the top, but Golson should be mentioned near the top of the list.
Dec 24 - 11:19 AM

Former Michigan OC Doug Nussmeier will take the same position with Florida, according to Thayer Evans.

Nussmeier will work under Jim McElwain after moving from Alabama to Michigan last offseason. His time with the Wolverines did not show great results, but McElwain showed the exact opposite while at Colorado State.
Dec 24 - 10:13 AM

Louisville senior RB Michael Dyer has been ruled ineligible for the school's bowl game against Georgia due to academics.

Dyer missed multiple games due to a thigh injury and still looked hobbled once returning, but he produced 481 yards and five touchdowns this season. Dyer started his career off with a blazing start at Auburn, however, he is likely a third day prospect this spring.
Dec 24 - 9:44 AM

Florida State HC Jimbo Fisher signed a contract extension that will keep him with the program through the 2022 season.

Financial terms of the pact were not released. Fisher's current contract, which he signed about one year ago, pays him about $4.1 million per season. "I appreciate that FSU believes in what we are doing and supports our goal of maintaining one of the best programs in the country," Fisher said in a statement. "It is a privilege to coach the young men in our program. It is truly a family." Fisher, who is 58-10 since replacing Bobby Bowden before the 2010 season, has sent a school-record 18 players into the NFL draft over the last two years.
Source: Fox Sports
Dec 23 - 11:51 PM

Marshall senior QB Rakeem Cato completed 25-of-37 passes for 281 yards and three touchdowns in Tuesday's 52-23 victory versus Northern Illinois in the Boca Raton Bowl.

He also ran for 25 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. Cato had the Thundering Herd offense humming in his last collegiate game, hitting open receivers (specifically Tommy Shuler) and avoiding mistakes (Marshall had zero turnovers). Cato threw for 3,901 yards and a 40/13 TD/INT ratio on a 59-percent completion percentage in 2014. The 6-foot, 188-pounder has been one of the nation's elite playmakers over the past few seasons, but he'll have to enter the NFL as either a late Day 3 pick or a priority UDFA.
Dec 23 - 9:43 PM

South Carolina junior WR Shaq Roland plans to turn pro, according to Gamecocks HC Steve Spurrier.

"Shaq Roland is not with the team anymore. I think he's elected to drop out of school and go pro. That was his choice, and we wish him the best," Spurrier said. Roland had plenty of red flags prior to Tuesday, and he certainly didn't help his cause by abandoning South Carolina leading up to its meeting with Miami in the Independence Bowl. Roland caught 26 passes for 256 yards this year. The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder was maligned for inconsistent effort, was suspended for the Kentucky game for missing team meetings, and his on-field issues included quitting on routes. He was also suspended for three games last season. It'll be an uphill battle to get drafted.
Source: NFL.com
Dec 23 - 9:26 PM




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