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Draft insider Tony Pauline reports that Washington TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is suffering from a fractured foot.

This explains why Seferian-Jenkins isn't working out at the NFL's Scouting Combine. Pauline adds that he's being told that Seferian-Jenkins will not be healthy for his pro day. Although ASJ didn't work out, he measured in at 6 foot 5 and 1/2 inch and 262 pounds in Indy. He also has 33 3/4 inch arms and an 80-inch wingspan.
Sat, Feb 22, 2014 05:44:00 PM

Chip Brown of Horns Digest reports that Texas will pursue Notre Dame senior QB Malik Zaire as a graduate transfer.

Texas whiffed in its chase of LSU quarterback Brandon Harris -- Harris chose North Carolina -- and will now turn its attention to another marquee grad transfer. Horns HC Tom Herman has expressed interest in adding a veteran signal-caller to compete with sophomore Shane Buechele (the incumbent starter) and true freshman Sam Ehlinger. According to reports, Zaire was considering Wisconsin, Baylor and North Carolina immediately after he announced he'd leave Notre Dame. Since then, both Baylor and UNC have signed grad transfer quarterbacks.
Source: Scout
Mar 27 - 2:59 PM

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell and general manager Bob Quinn privately worked out Arizona State WR Tim White.

At the Sun Devils' pro day event earlier this month, White clocked a 4.52s forty and posted a 38.5-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot-10 broad. "He should receive late round consideration and nicely projects as a slot receiver/return specialist at the next level," wrote Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.
Mar 27 - 1:19 PM

Dolphins beat writer Armando Salguero spoke with one person in the organization who said there is a "zero percent chance" Miami selects Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon in the upcoming draft.

Expect a number of similar statements to leak out in the coming weeks, as teams already know if Mixon will be on or off their board. The talented running back will visit a large amount of teams, and even more will travel to Oklahoma for private sessions, in the hopes of getting to know Mixon on a better level.
Mar 27 - 10:19 AM

Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly was cleared by doctors to complete a pro day throwing session of 35-45 plays.

Kelly is working back from an ACL injury, which kept him out of the Senior Bowl. Kelly also had his NFL Combine invite rescinded, and Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman recently said Kelly's "baggage" is "considerably worse than what has been reported," but elected to not expand on that statement. Many respected evaluators have plenty of positive things to say about Kelly's game, including Matt Waldman.
Mar 27 - 9:16 AM

ESPN's Louis Riddick believes Michigan S Jabrill Peppers "will be a great pro."

Riddick calls the questions about Peppers' deep field play "mis-guided." Peppers might be the most divisive prospect in the entire class, and much of that is due to his utilization at Michigan. Peppers acted like a linebacker with the Wolverines, occupying the short and intermediate areas of the field, rather than as a safety who would roam intermediate and deeper portions. Plus, Peppers in dropping into coverage from the linebacker spot versus safety. Peppers will have plenty of fans in NFL circles.
Mar 27 - 9:00 AM

Michigan edge rusher Taco Charlton will visit the Cowboys, Saints, Bucs and Dolphins, according to ESPN's Michael Rothstein.

Charlton's draft projection is difficult to peg. Some see him as a top 15 talent, some outside of the first round and even suggest he should be a closed end or move inside. Chandler Jones seems to be the common comparison for those optimistic about Taco's projection. He tested in the 42nd percentile at the NFL Combine among edge rushers.
Source: ESPN
Mar 27 - 8:24 AM

South Florida redshirt senior DB Hassan Childs was injured in a shooting on Saturday night.

In a brief statement, South Florida said, "The shooting incident involving USF student-athlete Hassan Childs that occurred overnight took place off campus. Childs is currently in stable condition. No one else was injured in the incident. With respect for an ongoing investigation we have no further information to share at this time." That is the extent of the information out there at this juncture, but more details figure to filter in over the coming days. During the 2016 season, the 6-foot-1, 175-pounder registered 16 tackles across eight games played.
Mar 26 - 2:10 PM

Michigan LB/S Jabrill Peppers indicated that one NFL team views him as an offense player.

Peppers provided a convenient breakdown of how he's being seen by the NFL, with MLive.com's Nick Baumgardner passing along that per the Michigan standout, 30 teams like him as a safety, one as a linebacker and one as an offensive player. The overwhelming odds are that he will be drafted as a safety, though he figures to be used in a variety of capacities once he hits an NFL chessboard.
Mar 25 - 3:42 PM

Michigan redshirt junior QB Wilton Speight has lost around 20 pounds since the Orange Bowl.

Speight was sitting at a bulky 254 pounds when he took the field against Florida State at the end of November. Put that closer to 235, now. "That was one of the things coach and I thought I should do. More speed, quicker feet in the pocket. I feel healthier, got a little more pep in my step," Speight said. He is now fully recovered from the collarbone injury -- HC Jim Harbaugh never confirmed it as a break -- which hindered his performance down the stretch during the 2016 campaign. Speight earned third-team All-Big Ten honors this past season after throwing for 2,538 yards (61.6% completions) with an 18/7 TD/INT ratio.
Mar 25 - 12:39 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline passes along that BYU QB Taysom Hill "turned in an incredible workout" during Friday's pro day.

Hill hasn't much been part of the draft conversation to date, but the aged quarterback's athletic testing on pro day might draw him a bit more interest down the stretch. Among the numbers turned in by the 6-foot-2, 221-pounder, a 40-yard dash of 4.44 seconds, a 38.5-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot-2 broad jump. For context's sake, at the Combine those marks would have respectively ranked first (unseating Trevor Knight's 4.54-second 40), first (sorry again, Trevor -- Knight led Combine QB's with a 35.5-inch vertical) and third for quarterbacks. While Hill turns 27 in August and has a complicated (to put it kindly) medical history which could easily put him on the outside looking in when it comes to the draft, these strong testing results are a reminder that he has never lacked for athleticism.
Mar 24 - 7:17 PM

Cal QB Davis Webb told CBS Sports' Sean Wagner-McGough that "numerous" teams have been telling him that he is a first-round talent.

Wagner-McGough clarifies that "numerous" label by writing that we are talking a double-digit number of teams. It is important to note that simply being told that he is a first-round talent does not guarantee a first-round pick. However, at the very least, the 6-foot-5, 209-pounder should probably be considered a Day 1 sleeper at this juncture. An AFC area scout told NFL Media's Lance Zierlein that he believes that Webb possesses the football intelligence to undo some bad habits should he land with the right team.
Mar 24 - 6:33 PM




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