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LSU coach Ed Orgeron raved about sophomore WR Drake Davis this spring.

"He’s taking coaching really well," said QB Danny Etling, who called Davis one of LSU’s most improved players this spring. "I think [OC Matt] Canada has really done a good job of telling the receivers what he expects from them, what he wants, and Drake is doing a great job of applying that to the field and working hard and trying to learn the offense. You can see his technique has gotten a lot better as far as what Coach Canada wants and him applying that to the field." A 6-foot-4, 215-pounder with 4.3 speed, Davis only caught one pass last year as a true frosh. This fall, he's hoping to start alongside No. 1 receiver D.J. Chark.
Source: ESPN
Jun 25 - 3:02 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline identifies Houston senior ILB Matt Adams as the team's best NFL prospect.

"[H]e’s a tough, in the box defender," Pauline wrote. "The senior is a bit short and more of a two down player which will hurt his appeal." Adams (6'1/230) led the team with 82 tackles last year. He was recently named to the Athlon Preseason AAC Second Team.
Jun 25 - 2:40 PM

Former redshirt freshman TE Jovani Haskins transferred to West Virginia.

Haskins reunites with former Miami teammate QB Jack Allison on West Virginia's roster. The 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end, a three-star recruit, ranked as ESPN's No. 15 TE prospect in the 2016 class. Haskins redshirted in 2016. He'll sit out in 2017 and have three years of eligibility remaining starting in 2018.
Jun 25 - 2:13 PM

USC RB Aca’Cedric Ware (ankle) was limited during the spring.

The combination of a November ankle injury and late-season concussion symptoms left Ware compromised heading into the offseason. We have no reason to believe that his 2017 availability is in question. Ware ran for 397 yards on 78 carries (5.1 ypc) with two touchdowns and caught four passes for 29 yards (7.3 ypr) last season.
Source: Fansided
Jun 25 - 1:47 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline deems ECU redshirt senior T Brandon Smith a "massive tackle who flashes power but needs a lot of work on his game."

"His size alone makes him a prospect and at the very worst Smith projects as a practice squad prospect," Pauline wrote. The towering Smith (6'8/344) has posted lifts of 400 (bench press), 580 (back squat) and 335 (power clean) while on campus, additionally logging solid vertical (27") and broad (8'6.5) jumps.
Jun 25 - 1:31 PM

Nebraska HC Mike Riley left the door open for freshman WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. to return to the team.

Earlier this month, Johnson Jr. was cited for marijuana possession in a Nebraska residence hall. His father, former NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson, announced that Johnson Jr. will not play in 2017 because he needs time to "mature." Riley indicated that he'd welcome Johnson Jr. back in 2018. "I think there’s kind of a wellness factor for Keyshawn going home," Riley said. "We talked to him about the possibility of maybe enrolling part time and taking care of his progress toward his degree, and also getting in great shape. And we opened the door for return, which is just kind of left open that we’ll deal with at the time that he is physically and mentally ready to do that."
Jun 25 - 1:21 PM

Northern Illinois redshirt junior CB Jalen Embry is eligible to play in 2017.

The former Iowa Hawkeye redshirted in Iowa City in 2014 before transferring to Iowa Central, a JUCO program. Now at Northern Illinois, Embry joins a stacked CB depth chart that includes three experienced corners in Albert Smalls, Shawun Lurry and Mayomi Olootu.
Jun 25 - 1:08 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes Houston senior WR Steven Dunbar is "slightly underrated and not mentioned enough in scouting circles."

Dunbar (6'3/210) finished third on the team with 53 receptions for 692 yards last year and second with five receiving touchdowns. "The senior has above average size and dependable hands," Pauline wrote. "He’s not a burner but wins out for contested throws."
Jun 25 - 11:19 AM
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