The Baltimore Ravens have signed Alabama S Nick Perry.
Perry (6'1,211) started 13 games for the Crimson Tide, recording 80 tackles and 2 interceptions, with 5 passes broken up in his first season as a full-time starter. The Crimson Tide prospect has experience as a single high DB, split safety, strong safety and even some time in nickel. Perry will reunite with college teammates C.J. Mosley and Courtney Upshaw in Baltimore.
The Steelers have signed Washington redshirt senior OT Micah Hatchie.
Hatchie (6'5/306) has started every game for the Huskies at the left tackle position since 2012. The three-year starter earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors the past two seasons. Hatchie also had invitations to try out for the Seahawks, Browns and Chargers, but decided to sign with the Steelers.
Redskins signed Texas A&M RB Trey Williams.
The 5-foot-8, 195-pound Williams played three seasons for Texas A&M, while rushing for 1343 yards and 18 TDs, averaging 6.6 yards per carry. Williams was an effective pass catcher out of the backfield, recording 38 catches for 330 yards and a TD. The Texas A & M prospect Williams also contributed on special teams, as he has excelled as a kick returner, averaging 24.1 yards per return, with 70 returns for 1684 yards on his resume.
Yahoo Sports' Rand Getlin reports that Dolphins players, Jarvis Landry, Anthony Johnson, Kelvin Sheppard and Mike Pouncey are traveling to Louisiana "to woo" LSU OL La'El Collins.
Some teams are game planning for a way to get the LSU prospect to sign with them, and in this case, former LSU alum are making a hard sell for the Dolphins. WR Jarvis Landry, DT Anthony Johnson, and LB Kelvin Sheppard were all former LSU teammates of Collins. Collins phone has begun to ring, as the Police have stated that Collins has fully cooperated with investigators and is still not considered a suspect.
Iowa sophomore CB Malik Rucker has decided to transfer from the program.
As a redshirt freshman, the 6-foot, 180-pound Rucker saw action in six games for the Hawkeyes, recording three solo tackles and two assists, including a shared tackle for loss. Rucker was unable to crack Iowa's starting lineup and has announced his intentions to transfer.
Michigan State edge player Shilique Caqlhoun is still happy with his decision to return to school for the 2015 season.
Calhoun's decision to return to school for his redshirt senior season was a surprising one. "I’m happy I’m still here, I’m not mad about it," Calhoun said. "I’m loving my decision to still be a part of the Spartan football team and family." Calhoun will continue to be a focal piece of Michigan State's defense.
Stanford graduate FB Patrick Skov will transfer to Georgia Tech.
The Cardinal rely on their full back play, and Georgia Tech does the same but in a different way. Skov is the younger brother of Shayne Skov. He will be eligible to play immediately.
Stanford graduate TE Charlie Hopkins transferred to Virginia.
Hopkins is a former defensive lineman, and head coach Mike London already pointed to his run blocking skills as one reason for the fit. Hopkins already graduated, so he will be able to play immediately.