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"Several" NFL teams do not have a first-round grade on Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater, according to NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah.

"I have Bridgewater as a top 10 talent in this draft but I know several teams that don't view him as a 1st round player," Jeremiah tweeted. We aren't exactly sure what several means, but the fact that multiple teams do not consider Bridgewater a top talent is noteworthy. Many teams won't spend as much time evaluating the position if they have a quality starter in place, however, take the reports of Blake Bortles or Johnny Manziel as the top passer seriously. Our own Josh Norris will continue to rank Teddy at the top.
Thu, Jan 16, 2014 10:56:00 AM

Florida State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 RB Jashaun Corbin.

While five-star freshman RB Cam Akers is already looking like a bellcow-in-the-making, ESPN's Billy Tucker believes that Corbin will be used in more of a complementary fashion once he joins the Seminoles in 2018. Wrote the analyst, "Blend of size, speed and athleticism will provide FSU with flexibility on how they utilize Corbin throughout the backfield and slot." He refers to the 6-foot, 190-pounder as possessing a "third-down, change of pace skill set" and compares him to former Tennessee RB Alvin Kamara. Corbin is FSU's second commitment at running back in this cycle. The first carries a very, very familiar last name -- that would be five-star RB James Cook, younger brother of Dalvin Cook.
May 22 - 4:44 PM

Graduate transfer CB Shaq Wiggins is reportedly visiting Mississippi State after declaring to Tennessee, according to Mike Griffith.

Wiggins declared his commitment to Tennessee in late April, but his connection to Mississippi State defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is evident. Wiggins played for the coach at Georgia and again at Louisville. Wiggins has a good chance to compete for a starting job at Tennessee, but we will see how this plays out.
Source: SEC Country
May 22 - 10:11 AM

Former Oregon redshirt senior RB Thomas Tyner (shoulder) transferred to Oregon State as a graduate.

Tyner announced his medical retirement from the sport in February 2016 following debilitating injuries to both of his shoulders. The former five-star prospect now wants to return to the field, and he hopes to do so for Oregon's archrival. The 5-foot-11, 201-pound Tyner, a speedster who once ran a 4.28-second forty, rushed for 1,284 yards and 14 touchdowns across two seasons with the Ducks. He hasn't played since 2014 and must be cleared by the NCAA. But if healthy and eligible, Tyner will make for a strong No. 2 change-of-pace back behind the thundering Ryan "Wrecking" Nall.
May 21 - 2:45 PM

Former South Carolina sophomore QB Brandon McIlwain transferred to Cal.

The 6-foot, 190-pound McIlwain threw for 600 yards and a 2/1 TD/INT ratio and ran for another 127 yards last year as a true freshman. When fellow frosh Jake Bentley hopped him on the depth chart, McIlwain's fate was sealed. McIlwain, Scout's No. 12 QB in the 2016 class, plans to play both football and baseball for the Golden Bears. He must sit out next season but should contend for the starting QB job for new coach Justin Wilcox once he's eligible in 2018. McIlwain, a dual-threat, is a better fit for the system Wilcox and OC Beau Baldwin are installing than the Air Raid ("Bear Raid") employed by former HC Sonny Dykes. In short, Baldwin tailors his spread system to the personnel on hand and the matchups they can exploit against the given opponent. The Bear Raid stressed defenses by putting defenders on islands in space, but its rigidity caused it to get stalled by superior talent when the defense was able to lock down skill players one-on-one.
May 21 - 2:14 PM

Southern Miss hired former Florida State C Bryan Stork as a grad assistant coaching offensive line.

In 2015, Stork became only the fifth player to win a college football national championship one year (with the Seminoles) and a Super Bowl (with the New England Patriots) the next. Stork ended up winning two ACC championships at Florida State before being snagged by the Pats in Round 4 of the 2014 draft. He retired from the NFL in March citing multiple concussions.
May 21 - 12:48 PM

Appalachian State signed head coach Scott Satterfield to a contract extension through the 2021 season.

The 44-year old coach has built a powerhouse in the Sun Belt, going 27-5 over his last 32 games. In 2016, Appalachian State shared the conference championship with Arkansas State. "Scott Satterfield continues to take App State football to new heights," Director of Athletics Doug Gillin said. "In four seasons at App State, he has orchestrated one of the most successful transitions to FBS football and continues to build App State football for long-term sustainable success on a national level." Before being hired by the Mountaineers, Satterfield worked with wide receiver T.Y. Hilton as offensive coordinator at FIU under former HC Mario Cristobal.
May 20 - 1:27 PM

Oregon State sophomore DE/OLB/TE Joah Robinett transferred to San Diego State.

We're listing Robinett as a tight end, but that's really just a guess. Robinett signed with Oregon State as a DE and shifted to OLB for his freshman season. OSU coach Gary Andersen said last month that Robinett was being moved to tight end for the 2017 season because his 6-foot-8, 245-pounds frame made him too long to play OLB but too lean to play DE. "It's still an experiment at this point, but it's an experiment that I really believe is gonna work out," Andersen said at the time. "The key is that he buys into it and is excited about the opportunity and understands, 'This is where my future could be to be a very good Division I football player in the Pac-12.'"
Source: Oregon Live
May 20 - 12:58 PM

With four-star 2018 RB Dameon Pierce backing off his commitment to Alabama, the Crimson Tide have just two commitments for the cycle.

Needless to say, this is somewhat strange, even with the summer still ahead of us. Alabama's lack of commitments had them sliding out of ESPN top-25 team rankings for the first time since they started ranking recruiting classes, while over at Rivals, the Tide sit at lowly No. 54. Among the teams ranked ahead of them, the likes of Vanderbilt, SMU and Arizona (and many, many others). We expect Alabama to house a top-10 (and probably a top-5) class when all is said and done, but they have to get on their horse, here.
Source: ESPN.com
May 19 - 3:27 PM

Texas beat writer Anwar Richardson says Notre Dame transfer QB Malik Zaire has whittled down his future school to two programs and Texas is one.

Richardson initially said Zaire might announce his decision on Friday, but later backed off that assumption since Zaire wants to "enjoy graduation." However, the most important info is Texas still being considered along with one other program. Florida, Wisconsin and Harvard are the other three under consideration for that final spot, but Zaire's camp does not want to disclose that information.
May 19 - 8:57 AM

Alabama four-star 2018 verbal RB commit Dameon Pierce reopened his recruitment.

Pierce had been committed to the Crimson Tide since last July. While Alabama will probably be seeing Bo Scarbrough and perhaps Damien Harris moving on to the draft after the coming season, the team remains awash in talent that would potentially block the 5-foot-11, 203-pounder from immediate playing time in 2018. He ranks as Rivals' No. 158 overall prospect in the upcoming class. Expect plenty of fire to come in terms of interest now that he has divested himself of his Alabama commitment -- Auburn, Florida State, Stanford and Michigan State were among those pining for his services prior to his pledge to the Tide.
May 18 - 7:25 PM

Auburn redshirt freshman DT Antwuan Jackson Jr. will transfer.

Auburn is out a pair of former four-star recruits as the week draws to a close, with DB Marlon Character Jr. also deciding to try for a fresh start. For his part, the 6-foot-3, 305-pound Jackson landed at No. 98 overall on Rivals' 2016 master list. He ranked as their No. 9 defensive tackle prospect in the class. In March, Auburn DL coach Rodney Garner spoke somewhat critically about his development, saying, "He still has to get a better grasp on the type of effort and execution that it’s going to take to perform at this level." Unless Jackson downshifts to the FCS or a junior college, he will have to sit out the 2017 season.
Source: SEC Country
May 18 - 5:45 PM




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