Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd has entered a program for nonviolent first-time offenders in hopes of having his DUI charge withdrawn, according to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Liz Navratil.
Pittsburgh head coach Pat Narduzzi told reporters no decision has been made on further discipline involving junior WR Tyler Boyd.
NFL draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah beleives Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd is "polished and elusive with the ball in his hands," and compares to Keenan Allen coming out of college.
ESPN's Mel Kiper writes that Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd "has been completely unstoppable through his first two seasons."
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd as his No.1 wideout to watch in College Football.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler notes that "there are similarities on film between" Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd and Philadelphia Eagles WR Nelson Agholor.
Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd's charge on DUI is expected to be formalized on Tuesday.
Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd was charged and arrested for DUI early Friday morning, according to Richie Walsh.
Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd is "a great all-around player who can makes plays anywhere on the field, both as a big-play threat and a reliable possession receiver," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media notes that "defensive coordinators and special-teams coaches have to account for [Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd] in four different ways."
Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd is the No. 1 receiver in the country, according to Walter Football.
Pittsburgh junior WR Tyler Boyd "can make the spectacular look easy," wrote Scout.com's Jamie Newberg.
Pittsburgh sophomore WR Tyler Boyd caught nine passes for 112 yards in the school's 35-34 loss to Houston.
Pittsburgh sophomore WR Tyler Boyd "is a smooth and flexible athlete who runs fluid routes and has a strong feel for the position," observed Scout Inc.'s Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl.