CFB Storylines of the Week

CFB Storylines of the Week
We run through the week's biggest stories, including the impending transfer of star Cal WR Demetris Robertson.
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Uncommitted three-star 2020 LB Corey Flagg took unofficial visits to Alabama, LSU, Auburn and Mississippi State this week.

While Flagg did tour a number of SEC schools, none of them have offered to the 6-foot, 215-pounder as of yet. Indeed, he has just three offers currently on the table, from Texas Tech, Memphis and Boston College. The Red Raiders have made a good early impression on him, but there's a long ways to go before Flagg has to make a decision. He'll likely wait to see what other offers come over the transom before he settles on his future home. Rivals ranks the Houston native as the No. 11 inside linebacker prospect in the 2020 class.
Source: Rivals
Jun 23 - 3:55 PM

Nebraska senior WR Stanley Morgan ranked either first or second in terms of targets, receptions, yards and touchdowns in the Big Ten last season.

Morgan (6'1/195) topped all wideouts in the conference in terms of targets (113), yards (990) and touchdowns (100) while finishing second in the Big Ten with his 61 catches. Keep in mind that he did all of this on an adrift team quarterbacked by Tanner Lee. A statistical boost may well be coming his way this year.
Jun 23 - 3:44 PM

Iowa received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 DE Jalen Hunt.

Hunt (6'2/245) made his pledge while in the midst of an official visit to Iowa this weekend. The Belleville, Michigan, native said that Iowa's coaching staff -- and specifically the consistency of the coaching staff -- was a large part of the draw for him, here. Rivals views Hunt as the No. 25 prospect in the state of Michigan.
Jun 23 - 3:31 PM

Florida State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DE Curtis Fann.

Fann (6'2/251) brings to the table an interesting profile to be molded in Tallahassee. That's because unlike many of his peers at defensive end, the Twin City, Georgia, native has flashed consistent upside against the run. He does not project as a simple designated pass rusher, instead offering a more well-rounded fledgling game. On the ESPN 300, Fann checks into proceedings at No. 147 overall in the 2019 class. FSU has received commitments from a pair of four-star defensive ends in Fann and Derick Hunter this week.
Source: 247Sports
Jun 23 - 3:22 PM

Per Pro Football Focus metrics, Northern Illinois senior T Max Scharping graded out with a 99.2 pass-blocking efficiency rating last season.

No other draft-eligible tackle (minimum 200 snaps) posted a higher grade than Scharping in 2017. Next up were USC's Chuma Edoga and Kansas State's Dalton Risner, both of whom graded out with efficiency ratings of 98.4 when asked to keep their quarterbacks clean on the dropback. The 6-foot-3, 311-pound Scharping has given up all of 11 pressures over the past two campaigns. He's going to see interest in the draft next spring, but still has work to do ahead of him. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline currently views him as a seventh-round talent and would like to see him show more on the strength front.
Jun 23 - 3:05 PM

BYU redshirt junior TE Moroni Laulu-Pututau (foot) said that he has been medically cleared for football.

Laulu-Pututau (6'4/232) was waylaid by a dreaded Lisfranc foot injury just before the 2017 season kicked off. He did not play last year as a result. While Lisfranc concerns can sometimes derail careers altogether, it looks like Laulu-Pututau is one of the lucky ones to make it out the other side with his gridiron future still intact. When he next takes the field, he'll be playing his first career game at tight end. The redshirt junior is a converted receiver.
Jun 23 - 2:51 PM

Michigan State received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 ATH Tate Hallock.

Legacy alert! Hallock (6'3/185) is the son of former Spartans FB Ty Hallock, whom the Lions selected in the seventh round of the 1993 draft. His older brother also currently plays linebacker for MSU. Zooming in to the current pledge, this particular member of the Hallock family is a versatile athletic piece capable of playing wide receiver, linebacker or safety. He's far from settled in terms of his position, but that should clarify over the next year-plus as he readies for his move to East Lansing.
Source: 247Sports
Jun 23 - 2:39 PM

Sports Illustrated's Joan Niesen tabbed Georgia freshman RB James Cook as a potential instant-impact freshman.

Georgia's running backs room is an interesting one, as the team has HC Kirby Smart has a number of options at his disposal. D'Andre Swift (618 yards, 7.6 YPC last season) is the most notable among them, but the Bulldogs also have a pair of five-star freshman in Cook and Zamir White. White is actually considered by many to be the better prospect, but he's recovering from a torn ACL, which puts Cook in a prime position to draw carries behind Swift if he can impress in preseason camp.
Jun 23 - 2:24 PM
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