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NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah wrote that Eastern Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo was the biggest winner of Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.

Garoppolo earned offensive MVP honors for completing nine of 14 passes for 100 yards and no interceptions in the East's 23-13 victory. "Garoppolo stood out as the best player during the week of practice and he put together a strong performance during the game on Saturday," Jeremiah wrote. "He showed very quick feet in his setup, a lightning-quick release and accuracy to all three levels. I was very impressed with the command and poise he displayed in the pocket. He has built up a lot of momentum heading into the Reese's Senior Bowl (Jan. 25 on NFL Network)."
Source: NFL.com
Jan 19 - 4:27 PM

Utah junior QB Travis Wilson completed 13 of 18 attempts for 265 yards and one touchdown in the school's 56-14 win over Idaho State.

61 of those yards occurred on a single screen pass, but Wilson completed a nice 48 yard pass on a vertical route. Wilson added a rushing score from two yards out after he helicoptered his way into the end zone. Wilson was considered a future draft prospect and battled back from significant head injuries.
Aug 29 - 12:13 PM

Arizona State redshirt junior WR Jaelen Strong caught 10 passes for 146 yards in the school's 45-14 win over Weber State.

Multiple evaluators list Strong among their top five receivers, and this was a solid start to the season. One 26 yard pass along sideline saw Strong box out his opponent and win at the catch point after climbing the ladder. In fact Strong displayed high pointing ability on multiple grabs. One beat writer noted that Strong was in better shape this season, and it showed in his performance.
Aug 29 - 11:07 AM

Arizona State junior RB D.J. Foster logged 147 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries in the school's 45-14 win over Weber State.

He added 26 yards on four receptions, at least one of which was while split out as a receiver and not just out of the backfield. Foster's most inspiring run occurred in the third quarter, with the running back starting out of the off-set I, spinning out of tackles at the second level and outrunning the defense for a 57 yard score. Foster is just another name to remember in the loaded 2015 running back class.
Aug 29 - 10:33 AM

Boise State redshirt junior RB Jay Ajayi rushed for 86 yards on 20 carries and added 93 receiving yards and a touchdown on 12 receptions in the school's 35-13 loss to Ole Miss.

Ajayi did fumble in the first quarter, which some believe is his biggest weakness, but Boise State recovered it. The 12 receptions really stand out, as NFL teams continue to look for running backs with receiving ability. The 2015 class is loaded at running back, and Ajayi might be another piece.
Aug 29 - 10:03 AM

South Carolina junior RB Mike Davis was held to 15 rushing yards on six carries in the team's 52-28 loss to Texas A&M.

Davis dealt with a rib injury prior to this game, however, he mocked reports that stated he might not be 100 percent. Steve Spurrier seemed to think it was not the correct choice for Davis to play the first snap, as Brandon Wilds ended up getting the start and receiving nine carries compared to Davis' six. Wilds was more effective than Davis as well. Don't get us wrong, we still think Davis will have a great season. He is a very good running back prospect.
Aug 28 - 10:18 PM

Texas A&M sophomore QB Kenny Hill went off against South Carolina, completing 44 of 60 attempts for 511 yards and three touchdowns in the school's 52-28 win.

Hill broke Johnny Manziel's single game school passing record along the way. The sophomore has not displayed the same rushing threat just yet, netting five yards, but Hill spread the targets out to every Aggie receiver. Texas A&M lost three first-round picks on offense, however, they still boast one of the best offensive lines in the country. Be prepared to hear a lot more about Kenny Hill.
Aug 28 - 10:06 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler spoke with one NFL scout who thinks FSU senior Karlos Williams might be the top RB the school has produced since Warrick Dunn.

Since Dunn, the Noles have produced Devonta Freeman, Chris Thompson, Lorenzo Booker, Leon Washington, Greg Jones, Travis Minor and Lamar Glenn as backfield draft picks. We think Williams is extremely talented, as he couples power with straight-line speed. It will be interesting to see him take on pass protection opportunities.
Aug 28 - 3:58 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks Arizona State junior D.J. Foster as the No. 5 draft-eligible RB prospect.

Foster is ranked ahead of Miami's Duke Johnson, FSU's Karlos Williams, Boise State's Jai Ajayi and Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah. Foster's head coach recently said the running back will become a household name and could total 1,000 rushing and receiving yards.
Source: ESPN
Aug 28 - 3:14 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay ranks FSU redshirt sophomore QB Jameis Winston as the nation's No. 1 prospect.

"A product of both special instincts for the position and good training, Winston's natural gifts are clear -- size, arm strength, athleticism -- but so is the ability to manipulate the pocket, see pressure early and deliver the ball to the right target," McShay writes. We could not have said it better ourselves. His eye level while pressured is what makes Winston so special. For the record, McShay ranks Marcus Mariota as the No. 2 overall prospect.
Source: ESPN
Aug 28 - 2:37 PM

Alabama suspended senior ILB Trey DePriest for the opener versus West Virginia in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff on Saturday.

Head coach Nick Saban announced the suspension Wednesday, saying DePriest committed a minor NCAA infraction. We don't yet know what that infraction was, but Alabama is being overly cautious because any victory attained with an ineligible player on the field would be vacated. DePriest, a two-year starter coming off a career-high 65 tackle (7.5 for loss), had the look of a breakout player this fall. Reggie Ragland and Reuben Foster will start at linebacker for the Crimson Tide.
Aug 27 - 9:37 PM

USC announced redshirt senior DB Josh Shaw admitted to fabricating the story about hurting his ankles while saving his nephew from drowning, and he has been suspended indefinitely.

"We are extremely disappointed in Josh," said head coach Steve Sarkisian in a release. "He let us all down. As I have said, nothing in his background led us to doubt him when he told us of his injuries, nor did anything after our initial vetting of his story. I appreciate that Josh has now admitted that he lied and has apologized. Although this type of behavior is out of character for Josh, it is unacceptable. Honesty and integrity must be at the center of our program. I believe Josh will learn from this. I hope that he will not be defined by this incident, and that the Trojan Family will accept his apology and support him." Shaw explained his two high ankle sprains on Monday by saying he saved his 7-year-old nephew from drowning. The school received several calls contradicting his story, leading to an investigation. Shaw's legal team is expected to release a statement later on Wednesday.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 27 - 6:57 PM




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