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The state of New York has approved an $18 million plan for Buffalo to build an indoor athletic training facility.

Per Buffalo Business First's Dan Miner, construction bids will be issued next week. The Bulls had been the only team in the MAC without an indoor practice facility, something that was problematic for a team which plays in Buffalo, New York, given the weather from late autumn into winter. It is not yet known when construction on the estimated 90,000-foot facility might be completed, but that should become clear as this endeavor gets underway in earnest.
Jun 22 - 9:57 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. ranked Wisconsin junior FB Alec Ingold as the No. 4 underclassman draft prospect at his position.

Kiper is all in on Badgers fullbacks, having slotted in not only Ingold as a potential prospect of interest for the NFL, but also Austin Ramesh (whom he ranks as the No. 3 senior fullback). For his part, the 6-foot-2, 237-pound Ingold initially joined Wisconsin as a linebacker before moving over to fullback. He was named to the Academic All-Big Ten team as a sophomore in 2016.
Jun 22 - 9:46 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Adam Gorney predicts that uncommitted four-star 2018 T Penei Sewall will commit to Alabama.

"The four-star had an excellent visit to Tuscaloosa, and playing for the Crimson Tide would be a big deal," Gorney writes. The analyst additionally offers up USC, Utah and Oklahoma as potential pot-stirrers for this commitment, but Rivals' No. 29 overall prospect might have one trick up his sleeve beyond the traditional recruiting powers. Two of his brothers are members of the Nevada program and Sewall was making noise about the Wolfpack being neck-and-neck with Bama during the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge earlier this month.
Source: Rivals
Jun 22 - 9:31 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. ranks Pitt redshirt junior FB George Aston as the No. 2 underclassman draft prospect at his position.

Aston (6'0/245) made four starts in 2015, a number which bumped up to eight last season. He didn't see much work as a ball-carrier a year ago, rushing for a mere 21 yards on seven carries. If he is to hear his name called during the draft next spring (should he declare), it won't come until the later rounds.
Jun 22 - 9:17 PM

BYU four-star 2019 verbal LB commit Tausili Fiatoa indicated that he remains committed to the Cougars.

Fiatoa (6'3/220) has been committed to BYU for over a year. For the time being, the linebacker has no plans of budging off that pledge, but his junior year at Orem High School (Utah) could bring him a wave of new interest. That is because Fiatoa missed the entirety of the 2016 season to injury, limiting his recruitment by degrees. With over a year remaining before Fiatoa could first sign with a team, BYU probably should not be considered a stone-cold lock, even with their standing right now.
Source: Scout.com
Jun 22 - 9:01 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 DE Stephon Wynn Jr. will announce his program of choice on July 1.

Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina stand as Wynn's finalists, with SEC Country's Chris Kirschner predicting that he will side with Georgia in the end due to his strong relationship with Bulldogs DL coach Tray Scott. The 6-foot-5, 185-pounder ranks as Rivals' No. 91 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. Scout.com calls him a "versatile defensive lineman with the ability to play three or five technique."
Source: SEC Country
Jun 22 - 8:46 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. ranked Auburn junior FB Chandler Cox as the No. 3 underclassman draft prospect at his position.

Scout.com ranked Cox as the No. 1 fullback recruit for the 2015 cycle. He wasted little time working himself into the fold with the Tigers and started 10 games as a true freshman. 20 of the 25 games in which the 6-foot-1, 239-pounder has seen the field with Auburn have been as a starter. As tends to be the case with most fullbacks, he has recorded limited offensive output during his collegiate career.
Jun 22 - 8:30 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Adam Gorney predicts that uncommitted four-star 2018 S Isaac Taylor-Stuart will pledge to USC.

"The Trojans have made him a priority, and he’s shown a lot of interest in the program as well," Gorney writes. The analyst doesn't see this as a done deal, yet, as Taylor-Stuart has made noise about wanting to visit Ohio State, Michigan, LSU, Oklahoma and South Carolina over the summer in an effort to sort out his mental hierarchy. "Something will have to really blow him away, though, or the Trojans could be the team to beat," Gorney concludes. Stuart-Taylor (6'2/177) ranks as Rivals' No. 27 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle.
Source: Rivals
Jun 22 - 8:15 PM
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