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Auburn junior CB Carlton Davis III will forego his final year of eligibility to enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

Davis (6'1/190) was a first-team All-SEC selection for the 2017 season, recording 34 tackles, an interception and 10 passes defended during the campaign. He'll very much be in play for a Round 1 selection this spring and doesn't figure to slide too far should he be selected on Day 2 (Rds. 2-3). On the field, the Auburn standout is a strong, physical corner, albeit one who occasionally gets lost when covering deep against faster receivers.
Jan 3 - 2:40 PM

UCF LB Shaqueem Griffin dispelled concerns about missing a hand.

Griffin's left hand was amputated as a four-year-old due to a pre-natal condition known as Amniotic Band Syndrome. "As long as I'm going fast and making plays, they're going to forget how many hands I have," he said. Griffin (6'1/223) was utterly dominant in college, winning an American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year award. Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage believes Griffin will be no worse than a special teams star. Shaqueem's brother Shaquill Griffin was a third-round pick of the Seahawks last year who became a starter.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 23 - 11:07 PM

Maine T Jamil Demby replaced Western Michigan T Chukwuma Okorafor on the Senior Bowl roster.

Okorafor will miss the game with a minor injury. Demby participated in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl last week and obviously garnered some interest. "I thought I played very well," said Demby on Monday. "I rose to the occasion. I made adjustments during the week in my technique. I took the coaching (suggestions) and applied them." Demby will play for the North team, coached by Denver head coach Vance Joseph and his Broncos staff. Demby earned Phil Steele FCS All-America first team honors and STATS second team FCS All-American honors last season.
Jan 23 - 10:52 PM

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield measured into the Senior Bowl at 6-foot 3/8 and 216 pounds.

This is great news for Mayfield, who some believed would measure in at 5-foot-11. That inch is probably more important in perception than reality, but Mayfield will no doubt appreciate not having to deal with the sub-6-foot quarterback narrative. In Daniel Jeremiah's first mock draft, he slotted Mayfield to the Redskins at No. 13. At this point, it'd be a surprise if Mayfield slipped out of the top-half of Round 1. He's already wowing onlookers at the Senior Bowl with his elite accuracy.
Jan 23 - 10:19 PM

Former Clemson redshirt sophomore QB Zerrick Cooper transferred to Jacksonville State.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder Cooper checked in as Scout's No. 220 overall prospect coming out of high school. A former four-star recruit, Cooper is an Elite 11 alum. He comes to Jacksonville State after fleeing Clemson's stacked QB depth chart. Cooper is eligible to play immediately after dropping down to the FCS.
Source: AL.com
Jan 23 - 8:23 PM

The Gainesville Sun's Robbie Andreu reports that Florida has reinstated senior RB Jordan Scarlett from suspension.

Scarlett (5'11/205) was one of nine players suspended for the 2017 season due to his role in an alleged credit card scam engineered last offseason. Unlike WR Antonio Callaway, who simply declared for the draft this winter rather than stick it out with Florida, Scarlett will try to put in a clean, productive season under HC Dan Mullen in 2018 before he tries his hand at the professional ranks. He'll begin offseason workouts with the team on Wednesday. His place on the depth chart should no longer be considered completely secure -- he'll almost certainly have to prove himself this offseason -- but his is a major reinstatement for the Gators. During a free-and-clear 2016 season, Scarlett rushed for 889 yards (5.0 YPC) and six touchdowns across 13 games played. He'll be competing with Malik Davis (currently rehabbing from a knee injury), Lamical Perine, Adarius Lemons, and incoming four-star RBs Dameon Pierce and Iverson Clement for depth chart positioning this offseason.
Jan 23 - 6:49 PM

Utah redshirt senior CB Casey Hughes transferred to Michigan as a graduate.

Hughes (5'11/195) started 11 games with Utah during the 2017 season, registering 35 tackles, a pass breakup and two forced fumbles in that space. While Michigan already has a pair of starting corners in Lavert Hill and David Long, the Wolverines could potentially try Hughes at safety or nickel corner, both positions where they're more thin. Something to monitor now that Hughes has found his new program -- he did not play in Utah's bowl win over West Virginia in December due to an undisclosed injury and Utes HC Kyle Whittingham was not shedding any light on the lightning-fast defensive back's availability for spring practice as of early January. We should receive clarity as to his readiness for spring work with the Wolverines as practices draw closer.
Jan 23 - 5:45 PM

ESPN's Jake Trotter reports that West Virginia redshirt senior QB Will Grier (finger) has been medically cleared to begin throwing.

Grier underwent surgery to repair a broken middle metacarpal in his right (throwing) hand in November and subsequently missed the regular-season finale, plus WVU's bowl loss to Utah. His recovery is worth monitoring over the coming weeks -- just how available he'll be for the start of spring practice is an open question -- but that he has already been cleared for throwing work is an encouraging sign. Barring setback, he will almost certainly be fully recovered from the broken finger when West Virginia takes on Tennessee to kick off the 2018 season come Sep. 1. Grier threw for 3,490 yards with a 34/12 TD/INT ratio during his injury-curtailed 2017 campaign.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 23 - 1:22 PM

Ohio State promoted co-OC/QB coach Ryan Day to offensive coordinator.

Day was being courted by the Tennessee Titans as a potential offensive coordinator for new HC Mike Vrabel, but ultimately opted to stay with the Buckeyes. He receives a promotion after that minor bit of commotion, though that promotion is not without its oddity. While Day was named offensive coordinator, current OSU OC Kevin Wilson has not been demoted from his post, with the press release merely saying that Day would continue to work with Wilson in honing the offense. We'll have to wait until team activities boot up in the spring to see what a presumably expanded role for Day alongside Wilson might look like.
Source: 247Sports
Jan 23 - 1:00 PM

An NFL GM told Walter Football's Charlie Campbell that he believes that Wyoming QB Josh Allen "could explode as a prospect at the combine."

"That general manager thinks that Allen is going to have a tremendous performance, showing off his powerful arm, athleticism and size," Campbell writes. He additionally passes along that a different NFL GM whom he spoke with is particularly keen on getting Allen into the interview process at the combine, in order to probe his leadership mindset. We've heard repeated strong reviews of Allen's mental makeup and expect him to play up well when speaking with NFL teams. At the Senior Bowl this week, the potential top-10 selection measured in at 6-foot-4, 237 pounds. His work in practice leading up to the game figures to play a real part in his draft evaluation. Chad Reuter of NFL.com believes that no player has more to prove in this setting than Allen.
Jan 23 - 12:10 PM

Maryland is expected to hire former LSU OC Matt Canada as offensive coordinator.

Strong hire here by DJ Durkin. Canada's only LSU offense finished No. 54, but to be fair he inherited a mediocre quarterback and had to deal with offensive meddling from HC Ed Orgeron. Canada and Coach O agreed after the season that parting ways was the best for both parties. LSU's loss is Maryland's gain. Only one year ago, Canada was considered one of college football's best offensive minds. He was a 2016 Broyles Award finalist as offensive coordinator at Pittsburgh. Prior to that, Canada was the OC at NC State (2013-15), Wisconsin (2012), Northern Illinois (2011), Indiana (2007-10), Northern Illinois (2003) and Butler (1997).
Source: AL.com
Jan 22 - 11:44 PM

Hawaii senior QB Dru Brown will transfer.

The news comes out of nowhere. Brown (6'0/200), formerly Hawaii's starting quarterback, completed 254-of-412 for 2,785 yards and an 18/8 TD/INT rate this past season. After winning a bowl game following the 2016 season, the Rainbow Warriors sagged to 3-9 last year. Hawaii intends to return to the run-and-shoot offense it utilized to great success in the early 2000's. It's possible Brown was told he wasn't seen as a fit for the change in direction. We haven't been apprised if Brown was able to graduate in three years. If he was, he'll be eligible to play immediately wherever he winds up. If he hasn't yet graduated, transferring to another FBS school would result in being forced to sit the 2018 season.
Jan 22 - 10:16 PM




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