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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

LSU graduate transfer QB Anthony Jennings is reportedly in the early stages of transferring to Louisiana-Lafayette.

As a graduate set to earn his degree later this summer, Jennings would be eligible to participate immediately. Stuck behind Brandon Harris on the depth chart after losing a competition last season, Jennings' departure is not a surprise. He accrued a 12/8 TD/INT during his time with the Tigers, mostly as a sophomore.
Jun 29 - 5:33 PM

Ex-Baylor four-star 2016 T Patrick Hudson signed with Texas.

Hudson was one of five Baylor recruits released from national letters of intent (NLI) on June 23. The 6-foot-5, 330-pounder may have been the best of the bunch, the No. 1-ranked offensive guard and No. 56 overall prospect in the class, per ESPN. Hudson will enroll at Texas on July 11. Hudson follows WR Devin Duvernay, T J.P. Urquidez and ATH Donovan Duvernay in flopping from Baylor to Texas following the former's scandal. Hudson, Devin Duvernay and Urquidez were all four-star, ESPN300 prospects, while Donovan Duvernay was a three-star.
Source: ESPN
Jun 29 - 5:05 PM

Alabama freshman LB Lyndell Wilson will undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus in one of his knees.

It is the second major medical procedure Wilson has undergone this offseason, following labrum surgery in the spring. 247Sports ranked Wilson as the No. 15 overall prospect in this past recruiting cycle and Rivals had him as the No. 26 player in the country. Wilson may be headed for a redshirt.
Jun 29 - 4:38 PM

Auburn redshirt junior edge rusher Carl Lawson did not make Lance Zierlein's top 10 prospects at the position.

"I just need to see him do something. He's more of an urban legend than a guy you can count on to make plays at this point," the NFL.com writer tweeted. Zierlein's reasoning makes sense, as Lawson dealt with major injuries in both 2014 and 2015. However, we would make the argument that Lawson had the talent to be the No. 2 edge rusher in the 2016 NFL Draft if he elected to declare. That did not happen, as Lawson is set to return to college for one more season. More than sacks, Lawson likely needs to prove he can stay on the field. When in the lineup, Lawson impacts an offense on the edge and inside.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 29 - 9:04 AM

New Mexico State graduate WR Teldrick Morgan transferred to Maryland.

"It’s always great to bring a local kid back home [Morgan is from Hanover, Maryland]," HC D.J. Durkin said in a statement, "and on top of that he’s very skilled and brings a wealth of experience to our receivers unit." A groin injury sidelined Morgan for three games last season, but the 6-foot, 195-pounder still managed to catch 44 passes for 534 yards and four touchdowns after hauling in 75 passes for 903 yards and seven touchdowns during his sophomore campaign in 2014. Morgan has led New Mexico State in receptions each of the last two seasons.
Jun 28 - 4:00 PM

Five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses will make official visits to Alabama, Miami, Texas, UCLA and Ohio State.

While many prospects continue to sort out potential visits, Moses proved to be ahead of the game. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder will (officially) take in Alabama vs Kentucky on October 1, Miami vs Florida State on October 8, Texas vs Iowa State on October 15, UCLA vs USC on November 19 and Ohio State vs Michigan on November 26. One interesting omission -- LSU. Moses has family in Baton Rouge and tweeted earlier this month that "[n]othing would me more happy than to see LSU win a National Championship." And he is a former Tiger commit, too, though that came back when he was in the eighth grade.
Jun 28 - 2:52 PM

Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage said that "the biggest question on [Alabama redshirt junior QB] Cooper Bateman, above everything else, is does the Alabama coaching staff have a belief that he can hit passes beyond 20 yards?"

Speaking on Jox Radio's The Roundtable, Savage said, "The short to intermediate stuff he seems to be pretty good at. Anything beyond 25 yards though, the ball seems to come apart on him for whatever reason." The former Browns GM indicated that he hasn't worked with Bateman enough to be able to pinpoint the technical issue. While HC Nick Saban gave the 6-foot-3, 220-pounder a tiny edge in the competition with David Cornwell, Jalen Hurts and Blake Barnett out of the spring, any legitimate issues with throwing the deep ball could prove a hurdle to winning the starting job, particularly given that Alabama will field a loaded receiving corps entering the 2016 season.
Source: SEC Country
Jun 28 - 1:56 PM

Alabama freshman ILB Mack Wilson tweeted that he will undergo surgery to repair a torn meniscus.

On Monday, Wilson tweeted, "Torn meniscus. Pray I have a speedy recovery." He later deleted that tweet, writing more generally, "I’ll be back don’t sleep on me #SpeedyRecovery." It is not yet clear when Wilson might be ready to return to football activities. Not the best of starts for the 6-foot-2, 236-pounder's collegiate career. He also underwent shoulder surgery in May to repair a torn labrum that had been sustained as a sophomore in high school. He ranked as the No. 34 overall prospect on the ESPN 300 for the 2016 cycle.
Jun 28 - 12:54 PM

Hawaii dismissed junior DT Kennedy Tulimasealii for a violation of the athletic department's code of conduct.

Hawaii's code of conduct states that "any student-athlete convicted of or pleading guilty or no contest to a felony charge shall be permanently dismissed from the team." Last month, Tulimasealii pleaded no contest to six criminal charges stemming from an April arrest, with one felony accusation for property damage included in that lot. In a statement, AD David Matlin said, "He will always be a part of the Rainbow Warrior ʻohana and we hope that his recent troubles do not define his life." This is a legitimate blow to Hawaii's defense. Last season, the 6-foot-1, 285-pounder recorded 63 tackles (18.5 for loss), three sacks and eight quarterback hurries.
Jun 28 - 12:39 PM

Four-star 2017 QB Kellen Mond committed to Texas A&M.

Mond stood as a Baylor commit just a month ago, but following the move to terminate HC Art Briles at the end of May, he stepped back from his pledge to survey his options. The 6-foot-3, 199-pound gunslinger subsequently forged a fresh top-three of Ohio State, Auburn and Texas A&M. While the Buckeyes and Tigers held the early lead in the race, Mond's unofficial visit to Texas A&M on June 11 provided the Aggies the necessary rocket boost to land the dual-threat prospect. Assuming this sticks through National Signing Day, it will mark the fourth consecutive year that Texas A&M has signed a four-star quarterback. Two of those are no longer with the team. Kyle Allen (2014 class) and Kyler Murray (2015 class) both transferred in December. Mond ranks as Rivals' No. 101 prospect for the 2017 cycle.
Jun 28 - 12:17 PM

Former Baylor WR Robbie Rhodes has been dismissed from Bowling Green.

The dreaded "violation of team rules" strikes again. Rhodes played in seven games last season and caught three passes for 130 yards, including one touchdown. He was dismissed from Baylor for "undisclosed reasons" in 2014 following an arrest for marijuana possession. It was reported he failed a second drug test. Some speculated Rhodes could fill in as a vertical threat with Roger Lewis off to the NFL.
Source: The Blade
Jun 28 - 10:57 AM




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