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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.
Wed, Jan 3, 2018 02:40:00 PM

Duke QB Daniel Jones was picked off twice on Wednesday in practice ahead of the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Both picks came on the left side, with one interception by Delaware safety Nasir Adderley and another by South Dakota's Jordan Brown. Raiders HC Jon Gruden did say he was impressed with all four quarterbacks on Wednesday, but we're not sure what else he would say. Jones has a chance to be among the first quarterbacks selected, but he'll have to show better ball security if that's going to come to fruition.
Jan 23 - 8:47 PM

Stetson TE Donald Parham left Wednesday's practice with an ankle injury.

"We lost a tight end so we had to modify our practice," Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said. Parham (6'8/243) was a player that several analysts reported was a standout on Tuesday, so the fact he had to leave practice with the injury is a bummer. It's especially disappointing as he's a small-school prospect who hasn't had a chance to go up against talent like this. Here's hoping it's minimal, but we should have further updates on Parham's status on Thursday.
Jan 23 - 8:37 PM

UCLA redshirt sophomore Jaelan Phillips hinted on Twitter that a commitment to Miami could be coming soon.

Phillips tweeted TNM on Wednesday, which could -- and let's be honest, it does -- mean The New Miami; something Hurricane commits have tweeted as of late. It's worth noting that he's visiting the school, so it could just be his way of announcing his arrival at the school. Recruiting is fun. Phillips announced a medical retirement in December, but he's changed his tune and decided instead to transfer from UCLA. Because he played in just four games, he gets a redshirt year, but he'll need a waiver to play at whatever school he lands at. It really looks like that school is going to be Miami.
Jan 23 - 8:27 PM

Virginia Tech redshirt junior QB Joshua Jackson has entered the transfer portal.

There were conflicting reports whether Jackson was going to enter the portal on Wednesday, but a tweet from the quarterback has ended all doubt. The redshirt junior is leaving with his degree, so he's going to be eligible to play at any school he ends up at. He threw for for 2,991 yards and a 20/9 TD/INT ratio in 2017, and he also ran for six scores and 324 yards. A leg injury limited to him to just three games last year, however, and consistency has not been his calling card. That being said, Jackson's talent should make him a hot commodity on the market. This makes four players that have announced their intent to transfer from Virginia Tech in the last two days.
Jan 23 - 7:28 PM

Virginia Tech HC Justin Fuente released a statement after the latest group of transfers from the school.

Honestly, having to release an "everything is fine" statement probably says that things aren't. The statement starts that the Hokies are committed to a winning culture, and that every individual has a different case. This could all be coincidental, but coming off a 6-7 season that ended with a bowl loss to Cincinnati, it's understandable if folks wanna say that Virginia Tech is not on the upswing right now.
Jan 23 - 6:41 PM

Virginia Tech redshirt junior RB Deshawn McClease announced he's entered the transfer portal.

There were reports of this earlier Wednesday, and it's now official. The 5-foot-9, 197-pound running back ran for 433 yards and a pair of scores in 11 games for the Hokies in 2018. Virginia Tech has been decimated by transfers in 2019, and they could be losing starting QB Joshua Jackson, too. He's leaving with his degree, so McClease can play immediately at whatever school he lands at.
Jan 23 - 6:13 PM

AL.com's Matt Zenitz reports that FAU redshirt junior WR Kyle Davis has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Davis (6'2/224) transferred to FAU last winter after being dismissed from Auburn for an unspecified rules violation in October of 2017. He subsequently sat out the 2018 campaign in order to satisfy NCAA transfer regulations. It appears that we may not see him on the field with the Owls at all, should this portal entrance lead to a bonafide exit. Davis was a four-star recruit for the 2016 cycle, but failed to top 250 receiving yards in a season during his time at Auburn.
Jan 23 - 3:29 PM

Multiple outlets are reporting that Auburn will hire Birmingham Iron RB coach Carnell Williams to serve as in the same capacity.

Cadillac pulling back into the Auburn parking lot, here. The former Tigers star rushed for 3,831 yards during his time with the program (2001-04) and was subsequently selected by the Buccaneers with the fifth overall selection in the 2005 draft. He went on to play in the NFL for six seasons before stepping away from the gridiron. Williams got his coaching start as a graduate assistant with West Georgia in 2016 and was hired as running backs coach by the Birmingham Iron (of the Alliance of American Football) last October. This opportunity with Auburn represents his first FBS coaching gig and could serve as a nice stepping stone to bigger and better things down the road.
Jan 23 - 1:17 PM

South Carolina received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 CB Shilo Sanders.

Sanders (6'0/178) is the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders. Tennessee, Nebraska and Colorado were among the programs which had been angling for his pledge prior to his throwing in with the Gamecocks on Tuesday night. He settled on USC after taking an unofficial visit to the program over the weekend (he took his official visit to South Carolina in October). On the ESPN 300, the versatile defensive back -- he has upside at nickel and safety as well as corner -- ranks as the No. 287 overall prospect in the 2019 class.
Jan 23 - 12:57 PM

Transferring Texas A&M redshirt junior QB Nick Starkel said that he is considering Ohio State, SMU, Duke and Arizona.

Starkel (6'3/218) announced on Tuesday that he would be pushing out of College Station with a transfer. A little more detail on that in terms of eligibility and timing -- the redshirt junior is shooting to satisfy the requirements for his degree by the summer and is aiming to land on campus with his program-to-be on July 1. He will have two years of eligibility remaining and will be allowed to play immediately in 2019 as a graduate. While it's respectable that Starkel is already on the verge of earning his degree, the timing will be somewhat awkward, here, as he will not be participating in spring practice and will be showing up with his transfer program just one month before the start of August camp. And of the four programs he is eyeing, Arizona already has a locked-in starter in Khalil Tate, while Ohio State will have one in Justin Fields so long as the NCAA approves his waiver for immediate eligibility. We'll check back in with Starkel once his transfer process is further along.
Jan 23 - 12:01 PM

Miami redshirt freshman WR Marquez Ezzard is leaving the program and is expected to transfer.

Ezzard (6'1/180) signed on with the Hurricanes as a four-star recruit last winter. He was unable to carve out a large role for himself as a true freshman -- not necessarily a surprise -- and finished the 2018 campaign having appeared in three contests while making two catches for 24 yards in that small space. Limboing under the four-game max for a redshirt, Ezzard will have four years of eligibility remaining when he lands with a new program. Assuming he sticks in the FBS, he will be required to sit out the 2019 campaign to satisfy NCAA regulations.
Jan 23 - 11:37 AM




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