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Washington junior T Trey Adams (ACL) will return for his senior season in 2018 for the Huskies.

Adams (6'8/327) is going to miss the rest of his junior season with the torn ACL, so it's not a giant surprise that the talented tackle will return to Washington for his senior season. This could obviously change based on medical reports/many other mitigating factor, but his return could be beneficial for both his draft stock in 2019 and the Huskies chances of competing for a national championship that year.
Oct 16 - 9:45 PM

South Alabama senior RB Xavier Johnson (ankle) could miss Saturday's game against Louisiana Monroe

Johnson (5'11/190) is the Jaguars' leading rusher this year, with 349 yards and five touchdowns on the season. He's just 13 yards shy of setting the school's record for most rushing yards that is currently held by Kendall Houston with 2,587. If Johnson can't go, Trai Minter and Denzel Foster will likely be the tandem for South Alabama on Saturday.
Source: AL.com
Oct 16 - 9:31 PM

LSU senior WR D.J. Chark has shown "elite skills" this year for the Tigers, according to NFL Draft Scout's Rob Rang.

Chark (6'3/195) was dominant in the upset victory over Auburn, and Rang -- along with a few other analysts -- have sang the senior's praises. "Broad-shouldered, with a tapered, athletic frame and outstanding overall athleticism, Chark looks the part of a star NFL receiver. Terrific body control -- including agility, balance and burst -- allows Chark to elude defenders as a returner and after the catch and suggest that he could develop into a terrific route-runner," Rang said. Chark's speed, size and ability to return kicks could make him one of the first wideouts to be drafted this spring.
Oct 16 - 9:23 PM

Oregon sophomore QB Justin Herbert (collarbone) was able to return to throwing the football on Monday.

"I'm sure he'll get back quicker than we think," Taggart said. The Ducks have really struggled to throw the football in the two games Herbert (6'6/235) has missed, so his return would be a boon for the offense. Having said that, it still seems unlikely that Herbert returns before the end of the month, with a possible return against rival Washington on November 4 seemingly like the optimistic date.
Oct 16 - 9:08 PM

NFL.com draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah believes that USC senior LB Uchenna Nwosu is "generating buzz" in scouting circles.

Nwosu (6'2/240) ranks among the FBS leaders in passes defended, and his added strength has not gone unnoticed in the scouting community. "As a pass rusher, he can bend the edge and he has a nifty inside counter move," Jeremiah said. "However, even when he can't generate pressure, he makes an impact." It wouldn't a surprise if Nwosu was an early day-two pick at this point, with a chance to sneak into the first-round if this keeps up.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 16 - 9:01 PM

Cal senior LB Devante Downs (lower body) will miss the remainder of the 2017 season.

This is a brutal loss for the Bears. Without hyperbole, there were very few -- if any -- defenders playing better in the Pac-12 conference than Down (6'3/245). His season ends with 65 tackles, three sacks and an interception. It's possible that Downs could be a day two option in the draft, depending on how the medical reports come back.
Oct 16 - 8:54 PM

NFL.com draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah believes that Duke redshirt sophomore QB Daniel Jones is an "under-the-radar" prospect for the 2018 draft.

Jones (6'5/215) hasn't put up elite passing numbers for the Blue Devils this year, but it's not all about stats, as Jeremiah notes. "He throws a nice, catchable ball and he also displays some toughness in the pocket," Jeremiah said. When you add that with his size, it makes Jones at the very least an intriguing prospect at the most premium of positions.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 16 - 8:46 PM

Colorado State senior WR Michael Gallup had a perfect 158.3 passer rating when targeted in his monster game against Nevada on Saturday.

Gallup caught 13 passes for 236 yards and three scores on Saturday, and the 6-foot-1, 203-pound wideout's analytical numbers are impressive. Not only did he catch 13-of-15 targets, he also had a ridiculous 6.95 yard per route run. That kind of number is almost unheard of. It shouldn't surprise anyone if Gallup is taken in the first three rounds this spring.
Oct 16 - 8:37 PM
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