2018 Senior Bowl Week

2018 Senior Bowl Week
Josh Norris surveys the Senior Bowl roster for the top 25 names he is most excited to watch this week and details what each needs to show.
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Four of five personnel executives polled by NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah said they preferred Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield to Wyoming QB Josh Allen.

"I know he has a different demeanor but I see a lot of Drew Brees in Baker Mayfield," one said. Brees has become the go-to comp for Mayfield as Mayfield's stock has soared. We found it a bit surprising that 80-percent of the evaluators polled by Jeremiah preferred Mayfield to Allen -- the latter of whom is considered a scout's dream -- but Allen still has staunch fans across the league. The evaluator who chose Allen was unequivocal in his support: "When you really study Allen, you realize how bad his supporting cast is. They couldn't even beat San Jose State when he was out of the lineup. He's going to be a great NFL quarterback and the teams that pass on him will regret it."
Source: NFL.com
Jan 22 - 11:54 PM

Maryland is expected to hire former LSU OC Matt Canada as offensive coordinator.

Strong hire here by DJ Durkin. Canada's only LSU offense finished No. 54, but to be fair he inherited a mediocre quarterback and had to deal with offensive meddling from HC Ed Orgeron. Canada and Coach O agreed after the season that parting ways was the best for both parties. LSU's loss is Maryland's gain. Only one year ago, Canada was considered one of college football's best offensive minds. He was a 2016 Broyles Award finalist as offensive coordinator at Pittsburgh. Prior to that, Canada was the OC at NC State (2013-15), Wisconsin (2012), Northern Illinois (2011), Indiana (2007-10), Northern Illinois (2003) and Butler (1997).
Source: AL.com
Jan 22 - 11:44 PM

Per ESPN's Adam Rittenberg, Nebraska HC Scott Frost "made it clear" to four-star QB prospect Adrian Martinez that he would have a "great chance to win the starting job."

With Tanner Lee off to the NFL, Frost will start fresh with a new starting quarterback in 2018. Martinez will compete with Patrick O'Brien and Tristan Gebbia for the gig. Martinez (6'3/185) looks tailor-made to run Frost's explosive offensive system. He has been clocked at 4.79 in the 40-yard dash. Martinez is ESPN's No. 56 overall recruit in the 2018 class.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 10:41 PM

Hawaii senior QB Dru Brown will transfer.

The news comes out of nowhere. Brown (6'0/200), formerly Hawaii's starting quarterback, completed 254-of-412 for 2,785 yards and an 18/8 TD/INT rate this past season. After winning a bowl game following the 2016 season, the Rainbow Warriors sagged to 3-9 last year. Hawaii intends to return to the run-and-shoot offense it utilized to great success in the early 2000's. It's possible Brown was told he wasn't seen as a fit for the change in direction. We haven't been apprised if Brown was able to graduate in three years. If he was, he'll be eligible to play immediately wherever he winds up. If he hasn't yet graduated, transferring to another FBS school would result in being forced to sit the 2018 season.
Jan 22 - 10:16 PM

Oregon will hire Louisville ILB coach and recruiting coordinator Cort Dennison as its new outside linebackers coach.

Dennison, a recruiting ace, is returning to the area of the country he's most comfortable with. A Utah native, Dennison was a standout player in college at Washington. Dennison was named one of 247Sports’s hottest 30 Under 30 coaches in the country.
Source: SI
Jan 22 - 10:06 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Ohio State co-OC/QB coach Ryan Day is expected to remain with the Buckeyes after speaking with the Tennessee Titans about their OC job.

According to reports, Mike Vrabel offered Day the keys to the Tennessee Titans offense. Instead, Day will apparently stay with Urban Meyer. Day's first order of 2018 business? Find a quarterback. Dwayne Haskins, Joe Burrow and Tate Martell are the candidates to replace JT Barrett, with Haskins the big early favorite.
Jan 22 - 8:50 PM

Former redshirt junior DB John Robinson IV transferred to Tennessee State.

He's eligible to play immediately after dropping down a level. The 6-foot-2, 195-pounder ran into trouble at his former school, drawing a suspension after an October DUI charge.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 8:17 PM

Washington State HC Mike Leach told reporters that deceased QB Tyler Hilinski showed no obvious signs of depression leading up to Hilinski's suicide last Tuesday.

"Everyone has some dark space that they work through, I'm sure, but no one really saw anything like that," Leach said. "He didn't have signs of depression. He didn't have periods where he was moping around or anything like that. He was honestly a very steady guy. Kind of guy who would lift up others when they were down." According to Leach, Hilinski had even texted teammates to schedule a throwing session on Tuesday afternoon. On that afternoon, police arrived at Hilinski's apartment at the request of a Wazzu staffer, who had been called after Hilinski didn't show at practice or respond to messages. Hilinski was found dead with a rifle and a handwritten suicide note. He had been expected to take over as Wazzu's starting quarterback in 2018. Tyler Hilinski was 21.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 8:12 PM
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