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ATS Bowl Picks Dec. 18-21

ATS Bowl Picks Dec. 18-21
Thor Nystrom offers a thorough ATS breakdown of the bowl slate from Dec. 18-20, including why Ohio could be in for a long day against SDSU.
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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

UC Davis senior WR Keelan Doss caught 118 passes for 1,334 yards and nine touchdowns in 2018.

Doss will need to test well at his Pro Day, but the senior receiver has an outside chance at becoming an NFL draft pick this Spring. The six-foot-three, 206-pounder had a huge year at UC Davis, but it wasn't an outlier season. As a junior last year, Doss posted a 115-1,499-7 receiving line. NFL scouts will have no issue with his frame or production, so it comes down to film grades and tests.
Dec 16 - 1:05 PM

Rutgers received a verbal commitment from 2019 three-star WR Isaiah Washington.

Washington (6'3/192) is rangy and strong receiver who had interest in Nebraska, Boston College, Cincinnati, Duke, and other schools. Coming out of Jacksonville, Washington will likely line up outside for the Scarlet Knights and provide a vertical threat to the offense once he develops. Washington is 247 Sports' ranked No. 153 among receivers in the 2019 class.
Source: Rivals
Dec 16 - 12:54 PM

Oregon redshirt senior DE Jalen Jelks has accepted an invite to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Jelks (6'6/245) entered the 2018 season widely considered to be a second-round pick, but analysts are split on where he currently sits heading into the pre-draft process. Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline noted that Jelks' stock dropped after the Washington State game after being "manhandled" by the Cougars' tackle Andre Dilliard. However, Jelks is expected to put up solid numbers at the NFL Combine -- he is lengthy and quick -- and a strong showing at the Senior Bowl should solidify his status as a potential second-round pick.
Dec 16 - 12:18 PM

Colorado has received a verbal commitment from 2019 three-star OT/DT Austin Williams.

Williams (6'4/306) originally committed to Colorado State, but he flipped the switch and had the Rams out like a light by heading to the in-state rival Buffs. Rivals considers Williams the No. 103 ranked prospect coming out of Georgia, but he wasn't listed on their National or Positional rankings. However, 247 Sports considers Williams the No. 79 defensive tackle in the country. Already over 300 pounds, Williams will need to showcase proper technique before seeing playing time at Colorado, whether that's at OT or DT is unclear as of now.
Dec 16 - 12:06 PM

Former Baylor DE Justin Harris has transferred to Houston.

Harris (6'6/250) was suspended earlier this year, which sparked Harris to leave the team in August before the 2018 season. Since Harris had already burned his redshirt in 2017, he will enter the 2019 season as a redshirt sophomore after playing last season at Hutch Community College. A former three-star DE, Harris is still refining his craft, but he could make an impact on Houston's defense for the next two or three seasons.
Dec 16 - 11:46 AM

Former Auburn CB John Broussard has transferred to Memphis.

Broussard (5'11/185) left Auburn back in September to transfer to Snead State Community College in Alabama for undisclosed reasons -- possibly a lack of playing time -- but the 2016 four-star defensive back has returned to D1. Broussard used up his junior standing this past season at community college, so Broussard 2019 will be his final collegiate season. Memphis also picked up three-star WR Tahj Washington today.
Dec 16 - 11:37 AM

Memphis received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 WR Tahj Washington.

Washington (5'10/170) had offers from Kansas, Air Force, Bowling Green, and others, but the three-star selected Memphis in part to the university's recent success of developing current Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller. As a small, speedy weapon, Washington could develop into a gadget receiving specialist for the Tigers. Memphis also received a verbal commitment from ex-Auburn DB John Broussard.
Dec 16 - 11:29 AM
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