Podcast: Waldman on QBs

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Tennessee hired Alabama offensive analyst Chris Weinke to serve as running backs coach.

The Crimson Tide brought Weinke in last winter. This new job in Knoxville will be his first serving as an on-field coach at the collegiate level. Prior to his gig in Tuscaloosa, he served as quarterbacks coach for the NFL's Rams from 2015-16 and earlier worked as head coach for the high school football factory that is IMG Academy down in Florida (2010-14). At Tennessee, Weinke will be tasked with helping Ty Chandler to break in as full-time starter following John Kelly's departure for the NFL.
Feb 21 - 6:24 PM

Uncommitted three-star 2019 ATH Wandale Robinson ran the 40-yard dash in 4.22 seconds during the Best of the Midwest camp on Monday.

If that mark of 4.22 seconds sounds familiar, that's probably because it's the same one that John Ross put up last spring to fell Chris Johnson's combine record in the 40-yard dash. Caveat time! While Robinson crushed the universe with his Ross-matching run, he was clocked at a more modest (relatively speaking) 4.41 seconds in his second dash. Regardless, the takeaway here is that the 5-foot-8, 171-pounder has rockets on his cleats. While he's undersized, he could potentially develop into a lethal slot threat at the collegiate level depending on which system he lands in. Duke, Minnesota and Virginia are among those who have offered to the athletic standout.
Source: Rivals
Feb 21 - 6:07 PM

Tomahawk Nation's David Visser reports that Florida State junior CB Carlos Becker underwent ankle surgery earlier this month.

That Becker underwent surgery is not in question -- he posted to social media from his hospital bed -- but neither team nor player specified what the issue was here. Visser clears that up, reporting that it was a procedure on the 6-foot-3, 185-pounder's ankle which will likely keep him out of action for two months or thereabouts. FSU spring practice boots up on March 21 and he may well end up missing the duration, though a return before the close of matters can't be ruled out. Becker was a four-star recruit coming out of high school and appeared in nine games with limited production during the 2017 campaign. His most notable collegiate moment to date came back in the winter of his freshman campaign, when he made the game-sealing interception against Michigan in the Orange Bowl.
Feb 21 - 5:52 PM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein compared Oklahoma State WR Marcel Ateman to New Orleans Saints WR Brandon Coleman.

"Ateman played in a vertical offense that took advantage of subpar secondaries in his conference and should fit into a West Coast offense as a pro," Zierlein writes. He refers to the 6-foot-4, 216-pounder as having "instant credibility" for potential red zone work in the pro ranks due to his palatable frame and size. Sharp testing results at the combine could propel him into the conversation for Round 2 this spring. The 49ers are one team that has been linked to the wideout in the early going.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 21 - 5:41 PM

Florida HC Dan Mullen and AD Scott Stricklin have been added as defendants in a lawsuit by clothing store Rebel Rags.

This relates not to Florida, but rather Mississippi State (the former stomping grounds for both Mullen and Stricklin). The NCAA accused Rebel Rags of giving free clothing to current Mississippi State players Leo Lewis and Kobe Jones when they were being recruited by Ole Miss. This came out as part of the NCAA's notice of allegations for the program in Oxford. Rebel Rags denied the charge and proceeded to sue the two players, as well as Laremy Tunsil's stepfather, in June, alleging defamation, civil conspiracy and commercial disparagement. While it's not the cleanest of situations for Mullen and Stricklin, there's no indication that this civil suit will have any impact on Florida's preparation for spring practice.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 21 - 5:22 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 LB Marcel Brooks is deciding between LSU and Alabama.

Brooks (6'3/200) will be making his choice on June 25. He'll be visiting LSU for their junior day on March 3, a week from Saturday and will also visit Alabama before he makes his final decision. Should a team from outside his top two programs make a push, it would probably be Oklahoma. While it seems that he's narrowed his decision down to the bare essentials, we're still four months away from his scheduled commitment date and recruiting tides can shift rather quickly. Brooks ranks as the No. 111 overall prospect in the 2019 class on the 247Sports composite board. He's a physical defender with an awesome first step, one who has room to add functional weight onto his frame without losing any of his athletic edge.
Feb 21 - 5:07 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2019 LB Cameron Williams was named MVP of his position group at Monday's Best of the Midwest camp in Indianapolis.

Williams (6'3/205) is a player whom Rivals' Josh Helmholdt believes deserves far more attention than what he's received to date. As matters currently stand, none of the four programs which he's previously tabbed as likely visit destinations for the spring -- Missouri, Minnesota, Georgia and Clemson -- have extended him scholarship offers. We expect his recruitment to pick up steam in the coming months, particularly if he continues to perform well in offseason camp work. Rivals ranks Williams as the No. 216 overall prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: Rivals
Feb 21 - 4:39 PM

Alabama ILB Shaun Dion Hamilton (knee) posted a video of himself working out.

Dion Hamilton (6'0/232) sustained a right knee injury in a win over LSU at the beginning of November and subsequently sat out the remainder of Alabama's run to the national title. He's now on the recovery trail and offered a little proof of concept working out on social media. Given that he previously tore the ACL in that knee during the winter of 2016, medical checks are going to be of the utmost importance for the linebacker come next week's combine. Both NFL Media's Lance Zierlein and NFLDraftScout.com view Dion Hamilton as a fringe draftable candidate at this juncture, but if he checks out healthy -- or healthy enough to alleviate long-term durability concerns -- he's a player who could see his stock on the rise in Indianapolis.
Feb 21 - 4:15 PM
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