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Clemson junior WR Martavis Bryant joined teammate Sammy Watkins by declaring for the NFL draft.

In a text message to beat writer Aaron Brenner, Bryant wrote "I have decided to enter the draft, it's best for me and my family." Bryant started the season slowly, losing opportunities at the catch point while dropping a few targets, but he progressed and started winning contested situations. That could be where he shines in the NFL, since he boasts a 6'5/200 pound frame.
Sun, Jan 5, 2014 01:32:00 PM

USF redshirt sophomore QB Asiantii Woulard is applying for a waiver to earn immediate eligibility after transferring from UCLA.

Would spent two seasons at UCLA but never saw game action. The former four-star recruit is already attending summer classes and is from the Florida area, so the reason for the waiver is transferring closer to home for family reasons. If no waiver is granted, Woulard will practice with the team all season and be eligible to play next year.
Jul 28 - 8:59 AM

Michigan State junior RB Delton Williams will officially rejoin the football team in mid-August.

He will be a non-scholarship athlete. Williams was suspended last spring after brandishing a firearm in public and pleaded guilty to a reduced charge. The school opens practice on August 8, and Williams return August 14. He was the school's third leading rusher last year, but the Spartans are still looking to replace Jeremy Langford.
Jul 28 - 8:42 AM

Miami sophomore RB Joe Yearby has returned to the school and team activities.

Yearby was not technically suspended but missed voluntary team activities. The Miami staff did not expect him back until camp opened, which begins August 6. Yearby did miss the spring game, so we don't know where he currently sits on the depth chart. Miami is looking to fill Duke Johnson's shoes.
Jul 27 - 10:35 AM

An NFC scout said his team has two grades on Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller, with the "athlete" grade "much… better."

"We currently have two grades on him, one as an 'athlete' and one as a quarterback," the scout said. "The grade of him as an athlete is much…better. Because that's when he's at his best – with the ball in his hands." Regarding Miller's position switch, the scout added: "It's a smart, unselfish move that I bet will pay off for him. Also makes my job easier." The 6-foot-1 3/8, 210-pound Miller has never caught a pass in his college career, but that's about to change.
Source: CBS Sports
Jul 26 - 6:36 PM

247Sports reports that South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier told 2017 four-star quarterback recruit Jake Fromm he would "stay at South Carolina six more years" if Fromm committed to the Gamecocks.

Very interesting timing on this news, as Spurrier told reporters last week that "a few recruits chose to believe" reports that his career was on its "descent." The 70-year-old Spurrier boasts a 226-85-2 career record.
Jul 26 - 3:46 PM

NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah believes OSU redshirt junior Cardale Jones is the most talented QB in the 2016 class.

"I studied the top NFL QB prospects over the last month... Cardale Jones has the most talent. Will be interesting to see what Urban decides," Jeremiah tweeted. Jones played in just over three games last season as J.T. Barrett led the team for much of the year. Cardale seems to be in the pole position for the starting job, but Urban Meyer has not made that statement yet. We are excited to have more 3.5 games to evaluate Jones' game.
Jul 26 - 1:38 PM

Texas HC Charlie Strong has already stated he will use two quarterbacks in the season opener against Notre Dame.

Those two quarterbacks are redshirt freshman Jerrod Heard and presumed starting junior Tyrone Swoopes. The latter was not impressive in his time as the starter in 2014. We think the old saying applies: If you have two quarterbacks, you don't have one.
Source: Fansided
Jul 25 - 8:11 PM

Braxton Miller's father says his son still considers himself a QB first and a move to a hybrid receiver position is a backup plan.

Head coach Urban Meyer calls his slot/move receiver an H-back, and this is the position Miller told SI's Pete Thamel he is switching to. Miller's father says Braxton still wants to play quarterback, but "doesn’t feel that he’s ready for quarterback because of the shoulder." Meyer said Thursday night a decision has not been made. We think it has, and expect Miller to predominantly line up at a position other than quarterback in 2015.
Jul 24 - 9:00 AM

Ohio State graduate Braxton Miller told SI's Pete Thamel he is moving to H-back for the 2015 season.

The H-back is described as a hybrid receiver position. Another way to explain it: think of Aaron Hernandez's role in Urban Meyer's offense. Miller adds he will also focus on punt return, with 20% of his practice time spent at quarterback. Many other reporters have passed along buzz since the news broke, including Braxton's shoulder might not have healed to his liking, speeding up the position switch process. Expect to see Miller lined up all around Ohio State's formation.
Jul 23 - 10:06 PM

FSU junior cornerback Jalen Ramsey said Everett Golson's transition to the team has been "perfect."

"He wants to be at Florida State [and] has the same goals we do," Ramsey said. "… We welcomed him with open arms. Right when he stepped foot on our campus, he was a part of our family. It wasn’t anything out of the ordinary to make him feel comfortable." Golson currently sits No. 3 QB on the depth chart behind Sean Maguire and J.J. Cosentino. We read nothing into that. FSU HC Jimbo Fisher has praised Maguire this offseason in the over-the-top manner of a man friends suspect would upgrade on his current girlfriend if a better option presented itself. Fisher recently said he is "100 percent" sold Maguire, as if responding to Maguire after he discovered texts to Golson on the coach's cell phone. As for the competition? "I’m not going to make that decision. They are by their performance," Fisher said. "It will all sort itself out."
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 7:41 PM

Stanford coach David Shaw called Cal junior QB Jared Goff "a budding superstar."

As is often the case, we agree with Mr. Shaw. In only two years on campus, Goff has broken 19 school records. Last year, he threw for 3,973 yards with a 35/7 TD/INT ratio on 62-percent completions. The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Goff will be front and center in the Heisman race if the Bears manage to threaten double-digit wins. ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks Goff No. 9 on his Big Board.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 7:20 PM




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