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Oregon redshirt sophomore QB Marcus Mariota completed 18 of 26 attempts for 253 yards and a touchdown in the school's 30-7 win over Texas.

He added 133 rushing yards on 15 attempts. Mariota played without a knee brace after having struggled with a injury for quite some time. He did deal with cramps in this game, but Mariota displayed similar running skills to the NFL's Cam Newton, minus the short yardage power game. He and Jameis Winston will duke it out for the top quarterback spot in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Tue, Dec 31, 2013 11:14:00 AM

Jets signed Temple WR Robby Anderson.

Anderson (6'3/187) opened his college career as a special teamer and defensive back before converting to wideout, where he led the Owls in catches (70), yards (939), and touchdowns (7) as a senior. Snubbed for a Combine invite, Anderson showed explosive athleticism at Temple's Pro Day, blazing 4.36 with a 10-foot-8 broad jump. During the pre-draft phase, some scouts viewed cornerback as Anderson's best NFL position due to his small hands (8 3/8") and rangy frame. Ultimately, Anderson is a multi-year project with some developmental upside.
May 2 - 5:02 PM

Oregon QB Vernon Adams will attend the Seahawks' rookie minicamp next week.

Adams surprisingly didn't get any UDFA offers. He'll attempt to parlay a tryout with Seattle into a contract. The Seahawks have also added TCU's Trevone Boykin to their quarterback mix behind Russell Wilson.
May 2 - 4:52 PM

Miami redshirt junior DE Al-Quadin Muhammad underwent knee surgery on Friday.

While knives on knees are always cause for concern, Miami called Muhammad's procedure "small," while the Palm Beach Post's Matt Porter hears that it was of the arthroscopic variety. Porter relayed that per his source, it was, indeed, a minor procedure. The Canes are hoping their 6-foot-3, 256-pound end will be able to resume participation in football activity within two weeks. Last season, he registered 54 tackles (8.5 for loss), five sacks and a singular forced fumble. He could be set for a big 2016 campaign if he can regain his health after his knee procedure.
May 1 - 7:53 PM

Five-star WR Demetris Robertson signed with Cal.

Amid the hustle and bustle of the NFL draft, let us pause to recognize the impact of Robertson's signing on the new collegiate landscape. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Golden Bear to-be announced his decision at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta on Sunday. ESPN 300 ranked him as their No. 65 overall prospect for this class due to his slick athleticism. Cal still needs to figure out who will throw him the ball, but at least he will be there to catch it. Said Robertson of his long, long, long-awaited signing, "When I went there, it felt like home. Me and the coaching staff have a great relationship. That’s where I felt were the best of all things for me." Tough times for Georgia and Notre Dame, who (along with Cal) were among his front-runners. Robertson had been hoping to join Stanford's team, but he wasn't quite able to meet their lofting academic testing requirements.
May 1 - 7:01 PM

Rams signed TCU RB Aaron Green.

Green (5'11/203) spent three years with the Horned Frogs after transferring from Nebraska, parlaying 445 career carries into 2,426 yards (5.5 YPC) and 20 touchdowns. He also caught 39 passes. Green showed passable athleticism at TCU's Pro Day, running 4.57 with a 10-foot broad jump and 6.89 three-cone time. Although Green has exciting foot quickness and some playmaking ability, he "runs small" inside the tackles and struggles badly in pass protection. He's a lower-end scatback prospect.
May 1 - 6:49 PM

Seahawks signed TCU QB Trevone Boykin.

Boykin (6'0/212) made 40 starts for TCU, finishing his career as their all-time leader in passing yards (10,728) and passing TDs (86) with a 61.2 completion percentage. He added 27 rushing scores and averaged 4.04 yards per carry. Boykin was a dynamic dual-threat college quarterback, but is short, struggles with touch as a passer and was arrested for felony assault of an officer last December. Although Boykin was open to performing wide receiver drills before the draft, he lacks speed (4.77) and explosion (9'2" broad jump) for a full-time position switch. Boykin would do well to forge a Seneca Wallace-type career.
May 1 - 1:44 AM

Panthers signed Tulsa WR Keyarris Garrett.

Garrett (6'3/220) led the nation in receiving as a fifth-year senior, catching 96 passes for 1,588 yards (16.5 YPR) and eight TDs. Garrett combines a wide catch radius (34 1/2-inch arms) with Dez Bryant-like Combine numbers, running 4.53 with a 36 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-8 broad jump. Garrett's weaknesses are his inconsistent hands and routes. He's also old for a rookie, turning 24 in September. Garrett is still an exciting talent with big-time vertical tools and lots of experience working underneath. He has a chance to develop into an NFL starter.
May 1 - 1:39 AM

Eagles selected LSU DB Jalen Mills with the No. 233 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft

Mills (6'0/191) played safety and nickel back at LSU, tallying eight career tackles for loss and six interceptions in 44 starts. Although Mills ran 4.61 in Indy, he excelled in the vertical (37") and broad (10'3") jumps as well as agility tests. Mills isn't a physical box safety, he's a fluid athlete who can hold his own in center field and drop down to cover the slot. Perhaps not a true difference maker, Mills' versatility should keep him in the league as a sub-package defensive back at worst. Mills played corner at the Senior Bowl and was running routes for opposing receivers.
Apr 30 - 6:08 PM

Cowboys selected Baylor TE Rico Gathers with the No. 217 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

A 6-foot-8, 275-pound former basketball player, Gathers is attempting the switch to tight end. He ran 4.75 at his Pro Day with a 9-foot-7 broad jump. Gathers had a high-profile career as a power forward at Baylor, but hasn’t played competitive football since he was in middle school and would have benefitted from a year under Art Briles before turning pro. He's a developmental project for the Cowboys.
Apr 30 - 5:35 PM

Bills selected Ohio State QB Cardale Jones with the No. 139 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Jones (6'5/253) played in 23 games at Ohio State, going 11-0 as a starter and finishing his career with a 61.9% completion rate, 8.60 YPA, and 15:7 TD-to-INT ratio. After a dominant 2014 playoff run, Jones returned to school to share time with J.T. Barrett. Although Jones was never a full-time college starter, he has a chance to become a better NFL player with a Culpepperian blend of size, athleticism, and arm strength. His deficiencies show up through inexperience-based fundamental flaws after attempting just 270 college passes. Jones' ceiling is high, but he could also flame out quickly. He's a classic boom-bust prospect.
Apr 30 - 2:14 PM

Broncos selected Utah RB Devontae Booker with the No. 136 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Booker (5'11/219) spent two seasons at Utah after a JUCO transfer, parlaying 560 carries into 2,773 yards (4.95 YPC) and 21 TDs. Also an adept receiver, Booker caught 80 passes in just 23 games. On tape, Booker showed a sensational aptitude for making himself skinny and fitting through cracks, as well as quick feet and run-finishing ability. Concerns include Booker's small hands (8 5/8"), advanced age -- he'll be a 24-year-old rookie -- and a torn meniscus that cut his final college season three games short. Ultimately, Booker teased an NFL-starter-quality skill set at Utah and is a promising pro prospect.
Apr 30 - 1:59 PM




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