Press Conference: NFC North

Press Conference: NFC North
Josh Norris shares the most important conclusions from each NFC North draft class and how each player will be used with their new team.
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Iowa State HC Matt Campbell said that redshirt senior T Jake Campos (leg) is "good to go."

Campus missed the entirety of the 2016 season after breaking his leg last August. Due to some mobility that might have been lost with the leg break, the Cyclones are shifting the 6-foot-7, 260-pounder from left tackle to right tackle. Said Campbell, ""I want him to feel comfortable, and feel at home; not that he doesn’t feel at home on the left side, but I think he’s really settled in on the right side and looks really comfortable."
May 26 - 8:58 PM

Rivals recruiting analysts Rob Cassidy, Chad Simmons and Woody Wommack singled out Nebraska four-star 2018 verbal TE commit Cameron Jurgens as a standout performer from the Rivals 3 Stripe Camp in St. Louis.

"Jurgens requested to work out as both a linebacker and a tight end in one-on-ones, but by the time the camp reached that portion he had already impressed with his offensive skills," the analysts note. "Jurgens is an impressive route runner and he knows how to use his size to box out defenders, something he showed once one-on-ones got underway." The 6-foot-3, 235-pound native of Beatrice, Nebraska, ranks as Rivals No. 82 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. He has a habit of making noise on the camp circuit -- this time last year, Cassidy wrote that he "shined on offense" during a Rivals Camp Series regional in Kansas City.
Source: Rivals
May 26 - 8:53 PM

ESPN's Jake Trotter writes that Oklahoma sophomore WR Marquise Brown "displayed tantalizing speed" during spring practice.

Brown was a four-star recruit out of the JUCO ranks for the 2017 cycle. While his speed makes him an intriguing option for the Sooners, he might need to add on weight before he is able to make a true on-field impact -- Trotter passes along that the 5-foot-11 Brown arrived at spring practice weighing just 144 pounds.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 8:37 PM

The Oregonian's Andrew Greif observed that during spring practice, Oregon senior RB Royce Freeman was putting in work out wide.

"Throughout practice 11-on-11 periods in spring, sure-handed backs Kani Benoit and Royce Freeman often were split wide behind a trips formation of receivers who turned into blockers upon a quick screen pass to the running back," Greif writes. Freeman has caught 65 passes during his Oregon career, including at least 20 in each of the last two seasons. He is looking to bounce back from a lost 2016 season in which he rushed for 945 yards in 11 games -- the first season in his career in which he failed to surpass 1,350 yards on the ground.
May 26 - 8:23 PM

Rivals recruiting analysts Rob Cassidy, Chad Simmons and Woody Wommack tagged South Carolina four-star 2018 verbal G commit Maxwell Iyama as a standout from the Rivals 3 Stripe Camp in St. Louis.

"A converted basketball player, Iyama continues to become more effective as an offensive lineman with the more weight he adds to his frame," wrote the analysts. "He worked at both guard and tackle (in St. Louis), and his versatility is one of the reasons the Gamecocks were so high on him to begin with." The 6-foot-6, 280-pounder ranks as Rivals' No. 12 guard prospect in the state of Tennessee.
Source: Rivals
May 26 - 8:08 PM

Maryland RB coach Anthony Tucker said of junior RB Ty Johnson, "He has what I would say is elite speed."

"He approaches his top speed very quickly. Everybody in our league now has to account for the fact this guy can go," Tucker said. "He can go right by you and take it the distance if you’re not careful." Johnson used that blink-and-goodbye speed -- he has been clocked at 4.38 seconds in the 40-yard dash -- to rack up 1,004 rushing yards last season. His 9.1 YPC average led the country. His 2016 season was a two-faced one, as Johnson failed to surpass 50 yards rushing in eight contests, but also posted four contests of at least 140 yards rushing. We would like to see more consistency out of his game during the coming season, but the upside is there for a truly monster campaign if he can put it together.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 7:52 PM

Oregon redshirt sophomore CB Malik Lovette transitioned to wide receiver this spring.

Lovette is not completely green to receiver, having entered the collegiate ranks at that position as a four-star recruit before the Ducks made his initial shift to corner. Back to wideout, now. Oregon HC Willie Taggart likes what he has seen from the 5-foot-11, 200-pounder in his new capacity, saying, "I’ve been very impressed with him, especially when he catches the ball and his burst after the catch. He’s been very impressive with the ball in his hands." Lovette caught one pass for 31 yards during the team's spring game.
May 26 - 7:36 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 CB Jalen Green is planning summer visits to Oregon and USC.

Coaches from both Oregon and USC journeyed to Houston Heights High School to check in on Green at the end of his school's spring practice period. In addition to those two programs, Clemson, LSU and Penn State are also on the 6-foot-2, 165-pounder's radar for potential summer visits. He said that he is "really interested in seeing Penn State." Rivals ranks Green as the No. 125 overall prospect in the 2018 cycle.
Source: Rivals
May 26 - 7:21 PM
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