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Draft insider Tony Pauline ranks FSU senior T Cameron Erving as the ACC's No. 2 overall prospect.

Erving checks in behind teammate Jameis Winston in Pauline's rankings, but both have a first-round grade attached to their names. The only other ACC prospect with a first-round projection via Pauline is Clemson edge rusher Vic Beasley. The next best offensive lineman ranked is redshirt senior tackle Trevor Clemmings out of Pitt, who received a third-round tag.
Fri, Aug 15, 2014 11:44:00 AM

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher indicated that FSU junior RB Dalvin Cook (shoulder) is ahead of schedule and will be fully healthy at some point next month.

Cook was injured during a pass protection drill in spring practices. "When June goes, he'll be running full speed with our players, and when August comes he'll be in contact and everything will be going great," Fisher said. Rotoworld ranks Cook as the No. 1 RB in the 2017 class.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 7:21 PM

The Waco Tribune-Herald's John Werner reports that Baylor has yet to decide whether DC Phil Bennett will serve as interim head coach.

Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde reported earlier on Thursday that Bennett would be named interim head coach while Baylor searches for Art Briles' replacement. When they announced Briles' firing, however, no interim name was attached in the statement. Bennett declined to offer a comment. Forde reported that OC Kendal Briles would remain on staff, too, something that also has yet to be confirmed by the university.
May 26 - 5:48 PM

Baylor four-star 2017 QB Kellen Mond said that he would be discussing his commitment with his family following the firing of HC Art Briles.

"I definitely committed there because of Art Briles, but I won't know or do anything until I talk to my parents more in depth," Mond said. The 6-foot-3, 199-pound dual-threat gunslinger out of Florida has been committed to the Baylor cause since last June. He ranks as their highest commitment on the ESPN 300, which slots him in at No. 48. Four-star TE Kendrick James --who had been pledged to Baylor prior to Thursday's immolation of the program -- has already chosen to reopen his recruitment.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 5:34 PM

The Idaho Statesman's Dave Southorn reports that redshirt sophomore LB Marquis Hendrix and redshirt sophomore freshman CB Donzale Roddie have been expelled due to a Title IX sexual misconduct investigation.

These expulsions have been confirmed by the players' families. Redshirt freshman S Darreon Jackson has also been suspended for one year. The misconduct investigation was launched last fall after a female student told Title IX Director of Compliance Annie Kerrick that the three players forced her to perform oral sex. Jack Hendrix, father of Marquis, went on an ugly rant to the Statesman regarding the expulsion, saying, "There are some promiscuous young ladies hiding behind Title IX, and there’s a vendetta against football by those investigators. There was no police investigation, or no repercussions for her actions."
May 26 - 3:51 PM

Four-star 2017 TE Kendrick James decommited from Baylor.

"Due to the departure of Coach Briles," James wrote on Twitter, "I'd like to open my recruiting and decommit from Baylor." This comes just hours after Baylor announced Briles' firing. The 6-foot-5, 245-pounder out of Waco had himself an easy hometown decision with the Bears initially, but that is out the window now. He had previously received offers from Arkansas, Illinois and Miami (among others). James is the first Bears commitment to back out. Others could follow in the coming days.
May 26 - 3:23 PM

Conflicting reports emerged as to whether Auburn junior RB Roc Thomas will transfer.

Auburnsports.com's Jay G. Tate had reported that Thomas would transfer to Jacksonville State, but Brandon Marcello of SEC Country hears that the 5-foot-11, 202-pounder has not even made a request for a transfer. A former five-star recruit, Thomas rushed for 261 yards and a touchdown last season. Auburn RB coach Tim Horton spoke highly of his work this spring. Stay tuned.
May 26 - 1:45 PM

Baylor announced the firing of HC Art Briles, the probation of AD Ian McCaw and the removal of Kenn Starr as school president.

Anybody expecting a quiet Memorial Day weekend in Waco will have to adjust their expectations. Following the review of a report by the law firm Pepper Hamilton regarding the hostile environment at Baylor, wholesale changes will be made. With Briles' firing -- technically, he has been "suspended indefinitely with intent to terminate according to contractual procedures" -- Yahoo Sports' Pat Forde has reported that DC Phil Bennett will take over as interim head coach. The university has yet to confirm that. As for what has been confirmed, Starr will be removed as school president effective May 31. Baylor's release indicated that he will remain with the university as Chancellor. Former dean David Garland will serve as interim president until a replacement can be found. Further fallout from this earth-shaking news should continue over the coming days.
May 26 - 12:51 PM

WNML’s Jimmy Hyams reports that Tennessee sophomore RB Joe Young's career is in jeopardy following a serious neck injury suffered in spring practice.

Earlier this month, HC Butch Jones said Young would serve as a student coach for a while as he healed. It appears Young's prognosis was not as promising as first anticipated. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Young, who was a three-star prospect, appeared in five games and rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries last year.
May 25 - 8:53 PM

FSU HC Jimbo Fisher believes redshirt senior QB Sean Maguire (ankle) will be fully healthy by the end of the summer.

"He's back to 50 percent on the treadmill, running real hard," Fisher said. "Starting to do drops already. Hopefully by June, middle of June, he'll be going full speed." Maguire fractured his left ankle in the New Year's Eve Peach Bowl loss to Houston. Assuming he's ready for camp, Maguire will battle redshirt freshman Deondre Francois for the starting job.
Source: ESPN.com
May 25 - 8:16 PM

247Sports' Ryan Bartow reports that former Alabama junior T Charles Baldwin is visiting Louisville on Wednesday.

Baldwin was dismissed from Alabama earlier in May due to a "violation of unspecified team rules." The 6-foot-5, 315-pounder ranked as ESPN's No. 1 JUCO prospect when he initially signed with Alabama in February. In addition to Wednesday's visit to Louisville -- Baldwin is hoping the trip results in an offer -- he also reportedly visited Temple last week.
May 25 - 2:17 PM

Four-star 2017 RB Cam Akers released a list of the top 10 finalists for his commitment.

Mississippi native Akers included six SEC programs on his list, with Alabama (he had actually committed to Bama before nixing it in early March), LSU, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss and Tennessee making the cut. Ohio State, Michigan, FSU and Cal round out the 5-foot-11, 210-pounder's finalists. He is set for a visit to Georgia this weekend. Scout.com's Chad Simmons has described him as the "complete package," while Rivals ranks him as their No. 2 RB recruit in the country.
May 25 - 2:06 PM




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