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USC senior LB Porter Gustin (knee) is on track with his rehab for a torn meniscus.

Gustin (6'4/262) is trying to beat the initial 4-6 week recovery timetable -- which later turned into just 2-4 weeks -- to be ready for the season opener against UNLV. However, the real rush is to be ready for Stanford and Bryce Love on Sept. 8. Despite being plagued by injuries throughout his USC career, Gustin is considered a Day 1 or Day 2 pick in the 2019 NFL draft.
Aug 15 - 9:58 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline gives Mississippi State senior S Johnathan Abram a third round grade.

Abram (6'0/210) recorded 71 tackles and forced two fumbles in 12 games during his first year with Mississippi State after transferring from Georgia. Pauline writes, "[Abram] does a terrific job with his reads, always puts himself in a position to make positive plays and rarely makes mental mistakes." His biggest weakness is a lack of speed according to Pauline. If Pauline's 4.6 forty-yard dash prediction is right, than it would be hard to imagine Abram beating out his third round grade.
Aug 15 - 9:27 PM

Wisconsin junior QB Alex Hornibrook says freshman WR Aron Cruickshank is "definitely going to be a special player here."

Cruickshank (5'10/168) is the fastest player Hornibrook has ever seen at Wisconsin. The three-star freshman may struggle to get many offensive touches this season with junior A.J. Taylor and sophomore Danny Davis penciled in as starters, but Cruickshank is a name to remember. This offseason, the Badgers have experimented with Cruickshank as a punt returner.
Aug 15 - 8:50 PM

LSU coach Ed Orgeron said sophomore CB Kary Vincent would start if there was a game today.

Vincent (5'10/181) would be starting alongside highly touted CB Greedy Williams to form a great secondary for the Tigers. Vincent is one of the best athletes in the country -- he ran the lead leg of LSU’s 4x100 meter relay team that captured the 2018 SEC title -- and was Scout's No. 92 overall prospect not too long ago. As a freshman, Vincent started three games at nickel, recording one interception and nine tackles. In addition to cornerback, Vincent could be in line for return work.
Aug 15 - 8:36 PM

TCU sophomore DT Ross Blacklock (Achilles) has been ruled out for the 2018 season.

Blacklock (6'4/330) was named the Big 12 co-Freshman Defensive Player of the Year after putting up 22 tackles (4.5 for loss) and a pair of sacks. The former four-star recruit suffered a non-contact Achilles injury at practice on Tuesday. His loss is a big one for the defensive line, as he was a major part of why TCU finished first in total and rushing defense in the Big 12 last year. Sophomore Corey Bethley, redshirt freshmen Terrell Cooper and George Ellis III, and senior Joseph Broadnax will have to take on larger roles than expected this season.
Source: 247 Sports
Aug 15 - 8:20 PM

Colorado State HC Mike Bobo is "encouraged by the results of on-going testing" and is hopeful to be back soon with the team in preparation for the season opener.

Bobo was hospitalized after feeling numbness in his feet and is "currently in the process of a multiple-day treatment for a peripheral neuropathy." It is undetermined how much longer he will be hospitalized, but Bobo is feeling well enough to watch practice film and stay in contact with his team. That is very good news. His Colorado State Rams are set to face Hawaii on August 25, but his priority is obviously his health.
Aug 15 - 7:59 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline gives Mississippi State redshirt senior DE Montez Sweat a 5th round grade.

Wow. Sweat (6'6/241) led the SEC in sacks last season, ranked 4th in Pro Football Focus' pass-rush productivity metric, and is considered a potential first-rounder. Pauline questions if Sweat has enough bulk for the next level and writes that Sweat "is constantly handled at the point of attack by a single opponent." If Sweat is as productive as he was as a redshirt junior, he will likely be drafted way higher than Pauline's 5th round grade, even if Sweat is relatively small for a traditional highly drafted NFL DE.
Aug 15 - 7:46 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes Mississippi State redshirt senior QB Nick Fitzgerald "has fallen from Day 2 into the late rounds."

Pauline calls Fitzgerald's 2017 season "terribly disappointing" and believes it has cost him multiple rounds. Specifically, Fitzgerald needs to work on his accuracy -- 55.6 percent completions -- and decision making to improve on his current draft stock. However, a major part of Fitzgerald's game is on the run -- back to back 980+ rushing yard seasons -- but that alone will only get you so far in the NFL draft. The good news for Fitzgerald is incoming HC Joe Moorhead, who helped turn Penn State QB Trace McSorely into a potential first round pick. Pauline ultimately gives Fitzgerald a 5th to 6th round grade.
Aug 15 - 7:25 PM
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