East Carolina senior TE Bryce Williams "should be a nice project player worth a look late in the draft," notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
North Carolina State junior WR Jumichael Ramos says he'll redeem himself in 2015.
Tennessee junior CB Cameron Sutton managed to hold opponents to a 35.5 percent completion percentage on targets last year.
Florida International senior edge rusher Michael Wakefield "shows a knack for quickly and smoothly getting off the snap," notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood expects to announce his starting 2015 quarterback at halftime of the opener against Norfolk State.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Oregon graduate QB Vernon Adams could carve out an NFL career similar to Seneca Wallace.
LSU junior CB Tre'Davious White's completion percentage allowed last season was a stunning 23.4 percent.
Florida coach Jim McElwain announced that Treon Harris has officially won the starting quarterback job, while redshirt freshman QB Will Grier will also play.
Georgia HC Mark Richt told reporters that he doubted that redshirt senior WR Justin Scott-Wesley (knee) will play in 2015.
Ohio State junior RB Ezekiel Elliott has "a beautiful mix of speed and power," according to NFL Media draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah.
Neither Oregon State freshman QB Seth Collins nor redshirt freshman QB Marcus McMaryion know who will take the first snap in Saturday's season-opening contest against Weber State.
Kansas has dismissed sophomore CB Matthew Boateng from the team for an unspecified violation of team rules.
In an ESPN poll of 99 college football players, 30% said that Ohio State would win the national title again this season.
Arizona junior ILB Scooby Wright "spends so much time in opponents' offensive backfields, he might as well get his mail there," wrote NFL Media draft analyst Chase Goodbread.
Washington HC Chris Petersen likes his team this season, noting that he believes his players are "going to [grow] as the season goes on."