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Former Texas senior RB Joe Bergeron will transfer to Texas A&M Commerce, according to Taylor Gasper.

Bergeron was recently dismissed just a few days after Charlie Strong said he was "in the mix" at the running back position. He missed a large portion of spring activities for reasons that were never disclosed. Bergeron is very talented and will be eligible to play immediately for A&M Commerce.
Thu, Aug 7, 2014 08:36:00 AM

The MMQB's Albert Breer believes UTSA edge rusher Marcus Davenport will be picked in the No. 10 to No. 16 range.

As of now that spans the Raiders to the Ravens. "Some believe he has a higher ceiling than Bradley Chubb," Breer writes. We've mentioned how Davenport changed his body over the years, adding strength and size while keeping his movement skills. His best attribute is his long arm, but questions remain if Davenport can win isolated against top tackles.
Source: The MMQB
Apr 19 - 9:18 AM

Maryland WR D.J. Moore visited the Cowboys, Bills, and Patriots this week.

Moore is one of the top receivers in this class among Alabama's Calvin Ridley and SMU's Courtland Sutton. All three of the teams Moore visited this week have picks in the range of 19-to-23. This seems to be where at least one of the three receivers listed above will be selected but there doesn't seem to be a consensus of which. Moore is a crisp route-runner that posted an athletic composite score in the 97th percentile and has a good chance to be selected in the middle of the first round.
Apr 18 - 9:20 PM

The NCAA has declined to implement a proposed rule change which would allow players appearing in four games to remain eligible for a redshirt.

As the rule currently stands, players are eligible for redshirts only if they've appeared in three or fewer games for a given season. The intent of the proposed change was to allow for some wiggle room with injuries in an attempt to cut down on the number of players who are forced to burn redshirts solely due to their serving as injury replacements late in the season.
Source: AL.com
Apr 18 - 6:14 PM

SMU WR Courtland Sutton is taking an official predraft visit to the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday.

Tip of the cap to Rotoworld's Josh Norris, here. As soon as the Cowboys opted to release Dez Bryant, draft pundits and fans the world 'round fell over themselves to project Sutton as a future pass-catcher for Dak Prescott. It's a logical enough fit, at least assuming that Dallas would like a similarly-bodied wideout. Dez measures 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, while Sutton has checked out at 6-foot-3, 218 pounds this spring. Adding fuel to this speculation fire, the Cowboys were showing interest in Sutton even before they parted ways with the combative Bryant, with HC Jason Garrett and WR coach Sanjay Lal putting him through his drill paces during his late March pro day. The SMU standout is in play to be the first receiver drafted next week. For reference's sake, the Cowboys own the No. 19 overall pick for Day 1.
Apr 18 - 5:02 PM

Oklahoma RB coach Jay Boulware said that sophomore RB Trey Sermon will be "OK" after sustaining an undisclosed injury during Saturday's spring game.

Sermon (6'1/214) suffered the injury -- speculation has it as a leg issue -- when he was twisted around in a pile during Saturday's scrimmage. He then required some assistance from teammates to leave the field. Looks like he'll survive, though, with Boulware saying, "God worked everything out for him, his family and obviously us, but he first and foremost. He'll be OK." This isn't as specific a medical update as you'd like to see, but at the very least, Oklahoma's staff would seem to be encouraged by his outlook. Sermon rushed for 744 yards (6.1 YPC) and five touchdowns last season while working (ostensibly) as backup to Rodney Anderson. While Anderson has opted to return to Norman for one more season, rather than declare for the draft this winter, Sermon is an integral piece to the Sooners offense in his own right.
Source: newsok.com
Apr 18 - 4:40 PM

NESN's Doug Kyed reports that the New England Patriots are interested in UCLA QB Josh Rosen.

Oh boy. But before this potentially apocalyptic move could happen, two things would need to occur. First, Rosen would need to begin to slide in the draft. That's certainly a possibility, especially if he were to slip past Denver's pick at No. 5. Should that slide take place -- we've seen the quarterback drop in a few mocks -- the Patriots would then need to pull off a trade to move up, likely requiring both their No. 23 and No. 31 picks in the first. And maybe a little extra juice beyond that. NESN's Kyed floats the 49ers at the No. 9 selection as a logical trade partner. Before mass panic sets in over the Patriots owning the NFL for another decade-plus, Kyed does note that while New England is interested in Rosen, the degree of interest, here, is less certain.
Source: NESN
Apr 18 - 3:13 PM

Texas A&M received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DT DeMarvin Leal.

Leal (6'4/280) commits to the Aggies just days after attending the A&M spring game. He's the third defensive line pledge in the cycle for HC Jimbo Fisher, who started slow on the recruiting front with his new program this winter before coming on like gangbusters to close the 2018 cycle in strong fashion. Fisher and crew are off and running with the 2019 class, though, with Leal's pledge helping to place them at No. 5 on the 247Sports team rankings board. For his part, the defensive tackle is one of the more intriguing defensive linemen in the country, as he's shown plus skills at both defensive tackle and defensive end. He offers a strong burst off the snap and is one of the quicker line prospects in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
Apr 18 - 2:03 PM

Tennessee senior QB Quinten Dormady transferred to Houston as a graduate.

Dormady opened the 2017 season as Tennessee's starter, but struggled early on and eventually was supplanted by redshirt freshman Jarrett Guarantano in October. The 6-foot-4, 216-pounder was also dealing with a shoulder injury last autumn, one which required season-ending surgery. All told, Dormady threw for 925 yards (55.5% completions) with a 6/6 TD/INT ratio over the course of six games played during the most recent campaign. At Houston, he'll be eligible to play immediately as a graduate and will look to unseat D'Eriq King as starter for the Cougars.
Apr 18 - 1:23 PM

Alabama sophomore QB Tua Tagovailoa (finger) has been ruled out for Saturday's spring game.

"[Tagovailoa] reinjured his hand and we were going to hold him out the rest of the spring," Alabama HC Nick Saban said on Tuesday, "So that hasn't changed." The sophomore signal-caller has been fighting his way back from broken left index finger sustained in the team's opening practice last month. Any chance he had of potentially healing up enough for spring-game action was quashed after he suffered a setback in his recovery late last week. With Tagovailoa on the mend, Jalen Hurts has had the spring all to himself as he tries to put a little distance between himself and Tagovailoa in competition heading toward August camp.
Source: AL.com
Apr 18 - 12:33 PM

In an SI cover story, Ben Baskin writes Penn State RB Saquon Barkley's "handlers" at Roc Nation "don't want him in Cleveland."

"They want him to go second to the Giants and play in the media capital of the world," Baskin writes. "That’s where you can become the Face of the League." The writer adds Barkley's agent even "implored" him to pull an Eli Manning and request to not play for the Browns. This does not mean Barkley shares the same opinion, and he certainly wants to be drafted as early as possible.
Source: SI.com
Apr 18 - 11:29 AM

Referencing "important people in the building," ESPN's Todd McShay believes Penn State RB Saquon Barkley being drafted by the Giants "feels inevitable."

McShay says those decision makers believe Barkley can help the Giants be "a physical, run-first team" and be the face of the franchise for 10 years. For one, running backs don't stick with the same team for 10-plus years. Adrian Peterson might be the only example. Dave Gettleman drafted McCaffrey in the top 10, but it was based on an offensive shift. Prior to that he basically avoided the running back position in the draft, waiting until the third day. Barkley might be the pick at No. 2, but it isn't clean cut.
Apr 18 - 10:57 AM




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