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Released court documents state Missouri sophomore Dorial Green-Beckham is cooperating with the police investigation that involved the WR, two other men and marijuana.

In fact, DGB has been more cooperative than the other two men, as he consented to giving his cellphone records and DNA evidence to police, something the other duo did not. Police found a pound of marijuana in a car along with the three men on Jan. 10, which is a large enough amount to be sold or distributed. Documents later showed Patrick Prouty admitted to owning the marijuana.
Source: News-Leader
Tue, Feb 4, 2014 10:32:00 AM

Florida State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 LB Amari Gainer.

Gainer -- whose father attended FSU -- opted to pledge his services to the Seminoles over Texas, Alabama and Miami. Explaining his decision, the 6-foot-2, 204-pounder said, "Just the relationship with the coaches and how comfortable I felt on campus. It was kind of just the way they treated me, interacted with me, and how they had a lot of interest." There are some significant rankings disparities when it comes to Gainer's place with the major recruiting outlets. While Scout.com does not place him in their 2018 master list (ditto for ESPN), Rivals sees him home at a lofty No. 32. He plays with a non-stop motor, but will need to pack on bulk over the next year-plus.
Source: Scout.com
May 27 - 12:45 PM

Nebraska junior WR Stanley Morgan's felony marijuana charge has been dropped to a misdemeanor.

According to the police report, Morgan was arrested in Port Orange, Florida, on May 6 for possession of 21.4 grams of marijuana and paraphernalia. While possession over 20 grams counts as a felony, the judge in the case has dropped the charge to a misdemeanor. Nebraska has not moved to suspend the 6-foot-1, 180-pounder, as the program is waiting for further information. Last season, Morgan caught 33 passes for 453 yards and two touchdowns.
May 27 - 12:14 PM

LSU DC Dave Aranda said that the coaching staff will try to clarify the playing future of junior edge rusher Arden Key when they meet next week.

"Arden's looking good. We get back together next week with a full staff. ... I anticipate at that time that we'll hear about Arden's direction and where he's going and whether he'll be with us or not," Aranda said. He added, "I'm very hopeful he will be." The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder -- a potential top-10 pick next spring -- left the team for personal reasons in mid-February. He tweeted in late April that he had no plans of sitting out the 2017 season and his father indicated that his absence is not due to injury. "I think we have a defense with Arden and a defense without Arden. There's two very separate entities there," Aranda said. "I'm pulling for the one with."
Source: AL.com
May 26 - 6:37 PM

Northwestern junior WR Solomon Vault is expected to miss the 2017 season after undergoing lower-body surgery.

Per a team spokesman, Vault will likely take a redshirt for the coming season. After transitioning over from running back to wide receiver last offseason, the 5-foot-10, 190-pounder logged a 15-164-2 receiving line in 2016. His loss will be felt less in the receiving game and more in the return game -- Vault averaged 24.3 yards on his 23 returns last season, good for third-best in the Big Ten. His five career kick returns for touchdown are a school record.
Source: Inside NU
May 26 - 4:14 PM

Auburn freshman signee RB Alaric Williams didn't qualify academically and has signed with Garden City Community College.

Williams posted on Twitter that he was GCCC-bound because he "came up short academically." The 6-foot, 195-pound Williams, a four-star recruit, was ranked as the No. 12 player in the state of Alabama this past cycle. Based on his message on social media, he appears to be taking his schoolwork more seriously, good news for his prospects of moving back to the FBS ranks in 2018. "School is not something you play with," Williams wrote, adding, "I wish I would’ve realized that from the day I started high school."
May 26 - 2:07 PM

North Carolina awarded HC Larry Fedora a contract extension through the 2022 season.

"Under his leadership, our student-athletes are succeeding in the classroom, contributing positively to our community – and competing for championships," said AD Bubba Cunningham in a statement. Fedora's new deal will pay him $2.29 million for the coming season. He is set to make $3 million in each of the final three years of his extension. Fedora has guided the Tar Heels to a 40-25 overall record during his five years at the helm of the ship.
May 25 - 6:47 PM

Vanderbilt received a verbal commit from four-star 2018 LB Alston Orji.

"This is an excellent pickup for Vanderbilt, both from an ability and need standpoint," writes ESPN's Craig Haubert, who adds that Orji "could arrive with an opportunity to quickly compete for playing time or at least add quality depth." Haubert comps him to former Florida LB Jarrad Davis and notes that "like Davis, (Orji) can be an explosive and physical defender with the tools to be a strong three-down contributor." The 6-foot-2, 216-pounder ranks as the Worldwide Leader's No. 288 overall prospect. Rivals is even more optimistic about his collegiate potential, slotting him in at No. 90 on their 2018 master list.
May 25 - 6:03 PM

An NFC scout called Penn State junior RB Saquon Barkley "special."

"He's special," said an NFC scout. "He is as complete as they come at the position." NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks likens Barkley to a "young Frank Gore." Brooks says the 5-foot-11, 223-pound Barkley's "uncanny ability to shift from power to finesse is uncommon, which is why running back coaches will salivate over his game at the next level." To the scout's point about Barkley's well-rounded game, Brooks also praises the prospect's skills as a receiver out of the backfield and his blocking ability. "Although he hasn't put the finishing touches on his collegiate resume, Barkley certainly has the talent and potential to be a dominant player at the next level," Brooks wrote.
Source: NFL.com
May 25 - 3:23 PM

NFL.com named LSU junior CB Donte Jackson the fastest player in college football.

We're not going to argue. Jackson has clocked a 4.24s 40-yard dash. But that's just the start. He posted a 10.22s 100-meter dash last month at the SEC Relays, and a 6.63s 60-meter dash at the 2016 SEC Indoor Championships. His track coach at LSU, Dennis Shaver, has compared Jackson to former Tigers speedster Trindon Holliday, while former teammate and Jets first-round pick Jamal Adams has described Jackson's speed as "God-given." The 5-foot-11, 173-pound Jackson will assume Tre'Davious White's role as LSU's top cornerback this fall.
Source: NFL.com
May 25 - 2:20 PM

Illinois head coach Lovie Smith dismissed sophomore G Darta Lee.

Lee was one of three players dismissed from the program after being charged with home invasion and robbery. Each faces a mandatory prison sentence of 4-15 years on each count if found guilty. Lee was the first true freshman offensive lineman to start a season opener for Illinois in 20 years.
May 25 - 1:25 PM

Army junior RB Tyler Campbell transferred to Elon.

One of Army’s best offensive skill guys -- Campbell ran for 326 yards on 34 carries (a ridiculous 9.6 yards per carry) as a starting slotback last year -- Campbell intends to switch positions at his new school. The Phoenix listed him as a cornerback and returner. Campbell is eligible to play immediately for the FCS school and has two seasons of eligibility left.
May 24 - 3:17 PM




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