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ATS Bowl Picks Dec. 18-21
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Ohio State redshirt junior RB Mike Weber declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Weber (5'10/214) will be heading into the draft later this winter, but before he does, the redshirt junior will play in one final game with the Buckeyes as he looks to help HC Urban Meyer go out a winner in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. His best season at the collegiate level came in 2016, when he rushed for 1,096 yards (6.0 YPC) and nine touchdowns. He looked to be on his way to becoming the next great OSU back, but injury sustained in August camp of 2017 opened the door for J.K. Dobbins' ascension. With Dobbins taking starting carries, Weber has failed to rush for more than 900 yards in either of the past two seasons. As for his pro prospects, The Draft Network's Kyle Crabbs notes that the OSU product "shows (a) compact running style with nice contact balance, bowling over defenders with aggressive pads and feet." On the more negative side, the analyst notes that Weber lacks lateral agility and that he has limited experience as a pass-catcher. He'll be in the mix to be drafted l
Dec 16 - 8:31 PM

Stanford received a verbal commit from three-star S Jonathan McGill.

McGill (5'9/175) will sign his letter of intent this week, but he said he is 100% committed to playing at Stanford. The three-star recruit will need to bulk up on his small frame to see the field, but 247 Sports' believes there are skills to develop. According to their rankings, McGill is the No. 51 safety in the 2019 class. Before committing to Stanford, McGill had plans to go to in-state school SMU.
Dec 16 - 3:42 PM

Michigan senior DE/OLB Chase Winovich has been Pro Football Focus' No. 1 graded EDGE defender in the Big 10 this season.

Pro Football Focus gives Winovich top-three marks in total stops (37, 2nd), total pressures (50, 3rd), and pass-rush grade (90.0, 2nd). With those advanced metrics, Winovich easily earned an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl and he'll be a highly analyzed prospect heading into the 2019 NFL Draft. Winovich (6'3/255) will be off the board sometime during Day 1 or Day 2, and NFL teams will certainly love his leadership.
Dec 16 - 3:20 PM

USF redshirt junior QB Black Barnett (shoulder/lower body) has shed his walking boot.

Barnett is dealing with shoulder and lower body injuries, but it appears that his lower body injury is improving since he was spotted in sandals on Sunday. The Bulls play in the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl on Thursday, and this update at least gives him a chance at playing, but it's still up in the air. USF's chances of beating Marshall improve with Barnett at quarterback, so it's a situation worth monitoring.
Dec 16 - 2:57 PM

Missouri and former TCU quarterback Shawn Robinson have mutual interest.

Robinson (6'2/228) has elected to transfer from TCU, and Missouri would be an interesting spot for the young quarterback who has to sit out the 2019 season due to transfer rules. With Drew Lock headed to the NFL Draft, former Clemson signal-caller Kelly Bryant -- who transferred over earlier this month -- figures to start in 2019. Bryant would be an excellent player for Robinson to learn under while he takes his sit-out year. Robinson would then be in a great spot to land the 2020 starting quarterback job, though we should note that we were exceedingly underwhelmed by his play with the Horned Frogs when healthy (he's currently rehabbing from a shoulder surgery).
Dec 16 - 2:32 PM

South Alabama received a verbal commitment from 2019 JUCO three-star QB Tylan Morton.

Morton (6'4/210) is 247 Sports' No. 1 ranked JUCO dual-threat quarterback in the 2019 class, so this is an obvious big time get for South Alabama. Already with some collegiate experience at Hinds Community College, Morton is expected to at least challenge for the starting quarterback job as soon as 2019.
Dec 16 - 2:02 PM

Western Kentucky received a verbal commitment from 2019 three-star WR Manny Allen.

Allen (6'2/175) was a 2018 four-star recruit who had previously committed to USC, Nebraska, and Louisville, but he wasn't eligible to play last season due to academics. The three-star recruit is "all good to go" academically now and will join the Hilltoppers in just a few weeks. The Western Kentucky coaching staff is very familiar with Allen since there are coaches from both USC and Louisville. Allen, who reclassified to the 2019 class, expects to be moved all over the formation to be utilized as a playmaker.
Source: 247 Sports
Dec 16 - 1:52 PM

Virginia Tech received a verbal commitment from 2019 three-star DT Joshua Fuga.

Fuga (6'1/301) will stay home in Virginia and join the 2019 Virginia Tech Class. The defensive tackle checks in as the No. 38 prospect in Virginia and the No. 113 defensive tackle in the nation on 247 Sports' 2019 rankings. Before committing to Virginia Tech, Fuga planned on attending Temple University.
Dec 16 - 1:36 PM
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