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Former USC QB recruit David Sills has now committed to West Virginia.

The 6'3/200 lbs 2015 recruit decommitted from USC in June, and Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman suggested early on that WVU could be the destination. We can speculate Sills saw the writing on the wall when USC signed five-star recruit Ricky Town. If you remember, Sills was the seventh grader that gave his verbal commitment to Lane Kiffin. He is viewed as a four-star prospect by many services.
Wed, Jul 16, 2014 04:22:00 PM

The Seattle Times' Adam June reports that Washington junior WR Aaron Fuller "looks capable of being Jake Browning’s next No. 1 target" in 2018.

With John Ross and Dante Pettis leaving for the NFL in consecutive years, the Huskies are once again looking for a new go-to receiver. Fuller did his best to audition for that part this spring, "all but assuring his spot as a starting wideout" for the opener on Sept. 1 against Auburn, per Jude. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Fuller had 26 receptions for 291 yards last year. He really started to come on at the end of the year, where most of that production occurred, including a career-best game in the Fiesta Bowl against Penn State, with six catches for 61 yards and a touchdown. In the spring, Fuller was joined in the starting lineup by Andre Baccellia and Ty Jones.
May 27 - 3:44 PM

Alabama sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa (hand) was seen throwing the ball at The QB Retreat in California.

Tagovailoa didn’t participate much this spring after breaking the left index finger of his throwing hand in the team's opening spring session. He should be 100-percent for the start of fall camp, at which time he'll embark upon a battle with Jalen Hurts for the starting gig.
May 27 - 2:48 PM

Ohio HC Frank Solich will be awarded the Tom Osborne Legacy Award at the Outland Trophy banquet in Omaha, Nebraska, on Jan. 9.

The award in question is handed out annually by the FWAA for excellence in areas including integrity, fair play and sportsmanship. This particular award figures to be quite meaningful to Solich, who not only played ball at the university, but also took over for Osborne at Nebraska in 1998. He proceeded to post a 58-19 record up until his firing following the 2003 season. Ohio brought him in to serve as head coach in 2005. When Solich accepts the award in Omaha this winter, it will represent a rare public appearance in the state of Nebraska since he was let go in Lincoln 15 years ago.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 12:03 PM

Texas received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 T Tyler Johnson.

Johnson is a consensus five-star player, and he ranks 33rd overall -- seventh among tackles -- in 247 Sports composite rankings. He picks the Longhorns over schools like Oklahoma, Alabama, Florida and Georgia; to name a select few. At 6-foot-5, 308-pounds, Johnson already has the size to compete, and reports indicate he might be able to do just that when he enrolls. The Longhorns just might have picked up their left tackle of the future.
Source: Hookem.com
May 25 - 8:45 PM

South Carolina received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 DL Zacch Pickens.

Pickens ranks as the top strong-side defensive end in the country in 247 Sports composite rankings, and 14th overall among all players regardless of position. He had offers from your usual list of big-name school, and was seriously considering Auburn, Alabama, Georgia and LSU; just to name a select few. Reports call Pickens (6'5/268) a force on the defensive line who can impact the game as a run-stuffer and also get to the quarterback. A tremendous get for the Gamecocks already impressive class.
Source: The State
May 25 - 8:13 PM

CBS Sports draft writer Chris Trapasso compares Houston junior DT Ed Oliver to St. Louis Rams DT Aaron Donald.

Donald is one of -- if not the -- best players in football, not just defensive lineman. So, when you get compared to a player like this, it's a good thing. Obvious point is obvious. Trapasso notes that Oliver "Possesses the athleticism and speed of an off-ball linebacker but is 6-3 and 280-ish pounds, Incredible suddenness off the snap and into the backfield, and his twitchiness is elite." Like many, he does note that he needs to improve his pass-rushing skills, but he's far from bereft from pass-rushing moves. Oliver should be considered among the favorites to be the first pick of the 2019 draft.
Source: CBS Sports
May 25 - 7:30 PM

Oregon dismissed senior LB Fotu Leiato following his late April arrest on charges of second-degree criminal mischief and second-degree theft.

Leiato (6'0/200) was actually dismissed immediately after his arrest, but the news of that dismissal is just breaking now. He's being cut loose in relation to an odd incident in April in which he was arrested after he removed a parking boot from his vehicle. That's a no-no. He also skipped out on an early April court appearance -- relating to an unpaid bus fare in November -- which led to an arrest warrant being issued on April 9. Leiato had turned in a strong spring prior to his running afoul of the law. He ends his Oregon career having appeared in 38 games (just one start), with 37 tackles recorded in that space.
Source: 247Sports
May 25 - 11:46 AM

Tennessee redshirt junior LB Darrin Kirkland will transfer as a graduate.

Kirkland (6'1/230) began his career in Knoxville with much promise, posting 66 tackles (6.5 for loss), three sacks and an interception as a true freshman during the 2015 season. It's been a slog for him on the health front since that productive entrance into the collegiate game, though. He missed six games in 2016 due to a high ankle sprain and was forced to sit out the entirety of the 2017 campaign due to a torn meniscus sustained in preseason camp. He subsequently underwent surgery on that knee. While his career has taken a few disappointing turns thus far, Kirkland still has two years of eligibility remaining to play around with once he settles on his transfer home.
May 25 - 11:32 AM

Transferring Clemson freshman DT Josh Belk said that his unofficial visit to South Carolina on Wednesday "went great."

"I had a good conversation with [C]oach Muschamp about how much I can help the team. The coaches are still the fans towards me. They still want me. Showed that feelings never changed," Belk said. Several times in the above quote, the 6-foot-3, 325-pounder alluded to the fact that he and South Carolina were involved in an advanced courtship over the winter before the four-star defensive tackle signed on with Clemson in February. Georgia is playing host to the defensive tackle on Thursday. Regardless of whether he opts for the Gamecocks or Bulldogs (or Chanticleers -- Coastal Carolina should be viewed as a dark horse contender, here), he'll have to sit out the 2018 season to satisfy NCAA regulations.
Source: 247Sports
May 24 - 4:42 PM

Owen Brennan, the father of LSU sophomore QB Myles Brennan, said that his son remains "in a very, very good position to compete for the starting job" even after the team's addition of Ohio State QB Joe Burrow.

"He's going to compete and feels very comfortable with where his position is right now," said the elder Brennan of his son's place with the Tigers. Burrow transferred over to LSU earlier this month. While it's not uncommon for parents to hang the threat of transfer over a given program's head when playing time is potentially in jeopardy, Mr. Brennan did not even vaguely allude to his son considering a move. Brennan, Burrow, Lowell Narcisse and Justin McMillan will all be battling it out for starting honors in August camp.
Source: Sun Herald
May 24 - 3:55 PM

Kentucky redshirt junior S Marcus Walker was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of trafficking marijuana and cocaine.

Walker (6'1/208) was arrested in the early-morning hours on Thursday. He's being accused of trafficking five pounds of marijuana and four grams of cocaine. A drug paraphernalia charge is also on the docket, here. Connecting the dots further, per the authorities, a search warrant for Walker's home resulted in the finding of a large amount of cash. Kentucky is aware of the arrest and in the process of gathering information. As of yet, they have not moved to suspend the redshirt junior. The former four-star recruit worked mostly as a special teams cog last season.
May 24 - 1:26 PM




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