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NFL.com draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah believes that Duke redshirt sophomore QB Daniel Jones is an "under-the-radar" prospect for the 2018 draft.

Jones (6'5/215) hasn't put up elite passing numbers for the Blue Devils this year, but it's not all about stats, as Jeremiah notes. "He throws a nice, catchable ball and he also displays some toughness in the pocket," Jeremiah said. When you add that with his size, it makes Jones at the very least an intriguing prospect at the most premium of positions.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 16 - 8:46 PM

Colorado State senior WR Michael Gallup had a perfect 158.3 passer rating when targeted in his monster game against Nevada on Saturday.

Gallup caught 13 passes for 236 yards and three scores on Saturday, and the 6-foot-1, 203-pound wideout's analytical numbers are impressive. Not only did he catch 13-of-15 targets, he also had a ridiculous 6.95 yard per route run. That kind of number is almost unheard of. It shouldn't surprise anyone if Gallup is taken in the first three rounds this spring.
Oct 16 - 8:37 PM

Ohio State redshirt senior QB J.T. Barrett has thrown 19 touchdown passes with a clean pocket, more than any other quarterback in the FBS.

Barrett (6'2/220) has also thrown 15 touchdowns when given 2.6 or more seconds to throw the football, which is five more than any other quarterback. Basically, when Barrett has time to throw -- or can create time to throw -- he's very, very good. The question is whether the Buckeyes can give him enough time to continue that run in the next couple weeks as the Ohio State schedule gets tougher.
Oct 16 - 8:31 PM

NFL Media draft analyst Chad Rueter ranks Houston sophomore DT Ed Oliver second on his list of the top 25 college football players.

The only player that ranks ahead of Oliver is Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, and Oliver ranks ahead of players like USC QB Sam Darnold, Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick, UCLA QB Josh Rosen and more. The former five-star recruit has been dominant for the Cougars this year, with 36 tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss to show for it. Oliver could easily be one of the first defensive players to come off the board in the 2019 draft.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 16 - 8:20 PM

LSU sophomore right tackle Toby Weathersby (undisclosed) returned to practice on Monday.

Weathersby (6'6/308) suffered and undisclosed injury against Florida, but it looks like the tackle will make his return this week against Ole Miss.
Oct 16 - 8:15 PM

Rutgers junior QB Giovanni Rescigno (undisclosed) is day-to-day for the Scarlet Knights.

Rescigno too a knee to his lower-half on Saturday against Illinois, and was unable to play in the second half. The Scarlet Knights are a bit of a mess at the position, as backup Robert Lewis (knee) is also dealing with injury issues. If Rescigno can't go, it very well could be Kyle Bolin under center (again) for Rutgers.
Oct 16 - 8:08 PM

Rutgers freshman QB Jonathan Lewis (ankle) is day-to-day for the Scarlet Knights ahead of their game against Purdue.

Lewis (6'3/240) aggravated his ankle after he came in to replace starter Giovanni Rescigno (undisclosed). Offensive coordinator Jerry Kill said that his removal was precautionary, and he "should be fine" for the Boilermakers. It sounds like it could be Lewis, Rescigno or Kyle Bolin under center for Rutgers this Saturday.
Oct 16 - 8:04 PM

FSU redshirt sophomore WR George Campbell (hip) is in "wait and see" mode, according to coach Jimbo Fisher.

Campbell (6'4/207) has been dealing wint the injury all season, and it sounds like things aren't getting much better. Fisher gave the same "wait and see" answer for wideout Keith Gavin. Both players should be considered questionable until Fisher updates their status later this week.
Oct 16 - 7:55 PM

Florida State HC Jimbo Fisher is taking a "wait-and-see" approach with sophomore WR Keith Gavin (knee).

Gavin was unable to play against Duke after the 6-foot-3, 220-pound wideout injured his knee the previous week in a loss to Miami (FL). More information on his status for the game against Louisville should be available later in the week.
Oct 16 - 7:49 PM

Louisiana-Monroe sophomore QB Caleb Evans will remain the starter for the Warhawks on Saturday, coach Mike Viator announced on Monday.

Evans (6'2/210) struggled against Georgia State and was replaced in the third quarter by backup Garrett Smith. While Smith was able to play well, much of it came with the game no longer in doubt, and Evans has shown flashes of competence as his time as the starter for ULL. Expect the leash to be short, so Smith could get time again if Evans struggles.
Oct 16 - 7:44 PM

Ohio senior RB/WR Papi White (hand) will practice this week and be available to play against Kent State on Saturday.

White (5'9/171) looked like he was going to play against Bowling Green last week, but Bobcats HC Frank Solich decided to give their dynamic playmaker one more week of rest. He could be on a limited snap count against the Golden Flashes, but he's shown he can make the most of limited touches in the past.
Oct 16 - 7:37 PM

Iowa State redshirt junior QB Jacob Park has been removed for the Cyclones' depth chart, but remains with the team.

Park took a personal leave of absence from the team after their game against Texas on October 6. Until the junior quarterback feels ready to return to the team, the Cyclones will roll with Kyle Kempt under the center, with do-everything linebacker Joel Lanning getting a chance on short-yardage situations.
Oct 16 - 7:31 PM

Buffalo freshman QB Kyle Vantrease is likely to start on Saturday against Miami (OH).

Vantrease (6'3/232) would get the start in place of Drew Anderson (shoulder), who was starting in place of Tyree Jackson (knee). It could be a battle of backup quarterbacks, with Gus Ragland (lower body) out for the RedHawks as well on Saturday.
Oct 16 - 7:27 PM

Miami (OH) redshirt sophomore QB Gus Ragland (lower body) will not play on Saturday against Buffalo.

Ragland still is projected to come back right around the start of November for the RedHawks. In his place, Billy Bahl gets another start.
Oct 16 - 7:20 PM

Baylor redshirt sophomore WR Pooh Stricklin (foot) is considered day-to-day for the Bears.

Stricklin (6'1/195) picked up the injury against Oklahoma two weeks ago in their near-upset of the Sooners. If Stricklin can't go, it'll mean even more targets for Denzel Mims and company.
Oct 16 - 7:15 PM



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