NFL Media Analyst Bucky Brooks believes Notre Dame redshirt junior QB Everett Golson's name "should be inserted into the Heisman Trophy race conversation after watching the 6-1, 200-pound senior guide the Fighting Irish offense with exceptional efficiency and precision."
NFL scouts could perceive Notre Dame redshirt junior QB Everett Golson as "an intriguing prospect" due to Russell Wilson's pro success, writes NFL.com's Bucky Brooks.
ESPN's Kevin Weidl notes that Notre Dame redshirt junior QB Everett Golson is executing the Notre Dame offense "at a very high level" with "improved velocity, accuracy and composure."
Notre Dame redshirt junior QB Everett Golson completed 14 of 22 attempts for 295 yards and two touchdowns in the school's 48-17 win over Rice.
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly has officially named redshirt junior Everett Golson the team's starting QB.
QB Everett Golson practiced with Notre Dame for the first time in almost a year on Monday.
Notre Dame HC Brian Kelly told reporters redshirt sophomore Everett Golson will not be handed the starting QB job, stating instead he must earn it.
Redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson was re-admitted to Notre Dame on Friday.
Redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson will be re-admitted to Notre Dame on December 13.
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly told the media that redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson has reapplied to the school.
Former, and likely future, Notre Dame redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson has gained 17 pounds since the BCS Championship.
Redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson is know gripping the football with the laces after working with coach George Whitfield.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said that redshirt sophomore QB Everett Golson can return to practice if he is readmitted into the school.
While speaking with SI's Andy Staples, former Notre Dame redshirt sophomore QB admitted to cheating on a test in college, which ultimately led to his suspension.