Tennessee senior WR Von Pearson caught 83.3% of the passes thrown his way while lining up in the slot, according to Pro Football Focus.
Florida redshirt freshman QB Will Grier has gained a significant amount of weight and now stands at 215 lbs.
Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott forced 41 missed tackles in 2014, according to Pro Football Focus.
2015 JUCO WR Jarvis Baxter backed out of his commitment with USF and will walk-on with Oklahoma.
UCLA head coach Jim Mora was not ready to name a starting quarterback at Pac-12 media days, but he said he doesn't anticipate using multiple quarterbacks.
Michigan State redshirt junior edge player Shilique Calhoun is "overrated" and a certainty to get over-drafted, postulates TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Ole Miss junior T Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather have each agreed not to pursue legal action against one another.
In the estimation of NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter, Wisconsin senior S Michael Caputo has the looks of a mid-rounder.
Per TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline, Ohio State redshirt sophomore OLB Darron Lee "could be a stronger, more explosive version of Ryan Shazier."
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter advises readers not to be surprised if Arizona State redshirt senior Lloyd Carrington "ascends to second-round status like inexperienced-basketball player-turned-stud-cornerback Quentin Rollins did earlier this year."
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes WR Michael Thomas, TE Nick Vannett and "possibly" LB Josh Perry "could contend as top 100 selections."
Arkansas junior TE Hunter Henry "is a prototypical tight end who emerged as the team's best receiving threat," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Oregon sophomore RB Royce Freeman has dropped 8 lbs and now weighs 222 lbs.
Ohio State senior DL Adolphus Washington is moving back to the 3-technique to replace the departed Michael Bennett.
LSU senior G/T Vadal Alexander "is one of the SEC's best linemen and will be a key factor in Leonard Fournette's development at tailback," writes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.