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Washington junior TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins received a second-round projection from the NFL Draft Advisory Board, according to Fox Sports' Ross Jones.

Expect Seferian-Jenkins to leave following this season. The second-round projection is not a surprise, as Seferian-Jenkins might not have the flash of Eric Ebron or Jace Amaro, but he can be a very solid player in the NFL.
Source: Fox Sports
Sat, Dec 21, 2013 04:48:00 PM

Auburn HC Gus Malzahn told reporters junior WR Duke Williams will return to school for the 2015 season.

Williams, however, will not play in the school's bowl game after violating team rules. He is at the bowl, and Malzhan said his presence is due to his return next season. Williams dominated in the slot this season after transferring from JUCO. Expect even more next season, perhaps more time on the outside.
Dec 29 - 11:10 AM

Michigan will hire Jim Harbaugh as the school's next head coach, according to multiple media reports.

The 49ers announced on Sunday night that the team and Harbaugh mutually parted ways, which allowed the head coach to explore any option he wanted. Multiple outlets are also reporting Harbaugh will travel to Ann Arbor on Monday. He was an extremely successful coach at San Diego and Stanford, and we can't wait for his mathcups with Urban Meyer.
Dec 29 - 10:09 AM

Baylor redshirt junior edge rusher Shawn Oakman will return to Baylor for the 2015 season.

We are shocked. Oakman has two seasons under his belt of on-field FBS action and was only a full-time starter this season, but many expected him to declare. The Oakmonster is chiseled from stone and put together some tremendous flashes from his left defensive end spot thanks to his combination of burst and power. His motor has been criticized by many, which is common among college defensive linemen thanks to a lack of rotation at that level of football. Oakman likely would have displayed tremendous athleticism at the Combine. Baylor fans should be thrilled about the decision. It also distances Oakman from his off-field issue that led to his transfer from Penn State. The edge rushing class is still tremendously deep for the 2015 draft.
Dec 29 - 9:45 AM

Stanford senior WR Ty Montgomery (shoulder) will not play in Tuesday's Foster Farms Bowl.

Cardinal HC David Shaw indicated that Montgomery could have played had the game been played later in the week. Instead, Stanford will be cautious with Montgomery. Stanford had previously been nearly two-touchdown favorites against Maryland, but a mediocre offense has now lost its best player. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound wideout had 61 catches for 604 yards and three touchdowns this season.
Dec 28 - 10:38 PM

Tampa Bay Bucs GM Jason Licht will attend the Rose Bowl to scout Oregon QB Marcus Mariota and FSU QB Jameis Winston.

The pair will lock horns on Thursday for a berth into the first College Football Playoff Championship Game. Mariota and Winston have yet to declare for the draft, but the industry views both decisions as foregone conclusions. The 6-foot-4, 219-pound Mariota, who just won about every award a college player can win, is the frontrunner to go No. 1. Winston is a projected top-five selection. Tampa Bay clinched the No. 1 overall pick Sunday and seems like a great bet to end up with one of them.
Dec 28 - 9:59 PM

Alabama head coach Nick Saban indicated that junior RB T.J. Yeldon (ankle) is continuing to progress and appears to be on track for this week's playoff game against Ohio State.

"Hopefully he’ll continue to progress," Saban said. "He had a significant amount of time off but he seems to be making progress now and I’m hopeful that he’ll be able to make a contribution in the game." Yeldon sprained his ankle against LSU last month. He also suffered through a hamstring injury in the first month of the season. Even so, Yeldon leads the Tide in rushing with 932 yards.
Dec 28 - 6:46 PM

Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News reports that senior WR Ty Montgomery's (shoulder) "availability for the Foster Farms Bowl remains in question."

Stanford plays Maryland on Tuesday. Montgomery suffered the right shoulder injury against Cal on Nov. 22 and missed the school's date with UCLA a week later. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound wideout has 61 catches for 604 yards and three touchdowns this season, after catching 61 passes for 958 yards and 10 touchdowns last year. Montgomery is at his best with the ball in his hands, whether as a ball-carrying receiver or on returns, but touches might have to be manufactured for him at the next level.
Dec 28 - 5:38 PM

USC redshirt junior QB Cody Kessler completed 23-of-39 attempts for 321 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 45-42 Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska.

Kessler's 20-yard scoring strike to Bryce Dixon with 2:03 left in the third quarter gave the Trojans a 45-27 cushion that became very valuable later on, and also tied him with Matt Barkley (2011) for the USC single-season record of 39 touchdown passes. "That is completely irrelevant to me," Kessler said. "I'm not just saying that. I really do mean it. I've always put the team before me." The 6-foot-1, 215-pound Kessler announced that he'll return to school in 2015. He's an early frontrunner for the Heisman trophy.
Dec 28 - 4:13 PM

Penn State sophomore QB Christian Hackenberg set school records for completions and yards passing by completing 34-of-50 attempts for 371 yards in Saturday's 31-30 overtime Pinstripe Bowl win versus Boston College.

Hackenberg also threw for four touchdowns, tying a school record, in earning MVP honors. The firework show and record writing began early, as Hackenberg tied another program record -- this one for longest scoring pass -- with a 72-yard TD strike to Chris Godwin down the right hash with 5:22 remaining in the first quarter. Hackenberg struggled throughout the season, clearly regressing from his true freshman season, but he'll head into the winter coming off arguably his most impressive collegiate performance. In this game, he displayed all the tools scouts have pointed to in calling him a potential top-five overall talent, including a howitzer arm to push the ball downfield, the velocity to fit the ball into tight windows, toughness in the pocket, accuracy, and an underrated ability to evade pressure. Penn State's maligned offensive line played a little better in this game, and there is hope that the unit will be far better in 2015.
Dec 28 - 3:14 PM

USC redshirt junior QB Cody Kessler announced after Saturday's bowl win against Nebraska that he will return to school in 2015.

Outstanding news for the Trojans. Kessler said he wants to compete for a national championship, and he should have an opportunity to do so with next year's loaded USC squad. Kessler threw for 3,826 yards with a 39/5 TD/INT ratio this year. Next season, he'll throw to a deep receiving corps featuring JuJu Smith and perhaps Nelson Agholor, who is still mulling a jump to the pros. Star RB Javorius Allen is also considering opting into the draft. ESPN's Mel Kiper ranked Kessler as the No. 7 draft-eligible signal-caller. An evaluator speaking with the OC Register earlier this month said Kessler is a fourth-round prospect and cited a lack of "elite" physical traits.
Dec 28 - 2:46 PM

NFL scouts have questioned South Carolina junior RB Mike Davis' conditioning and focus, calling it the "Clowney syndrome," reports to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

Davis failed to crack 1,000 rushing yards in his final collegiate season and last broke the century mark two-and-a-half months ago. We've also been disappointed by the on-field sluggishness we've seen. "Davis has the compact, physical build for the NFL, running behind his pads and low to the ground to violently work off contact and finish runs," Brugler wrote. "He carries the ball with easy burst and an aggressive mentality, but runs into his own blockers too often and his vision and anticipation showed some rust as a junior. Davis has a versatile skill-set to be an effective receiver with soft hands and experience running routes. However, his work ethic and durability need vetting before a team invests a pick as high as his talent says he should go." The 5-foot-9, 223-pound Davis grades out as as the No. 7 RB in the 2015 class by, which projects him to go in the top-75. We wouldn't be shocked if he slips into Day 3.
Source: CBS Sports
Dec 28 - 1:26 PM

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