CFB Preview: Team Nos. 94-75

CFB Preview: Team Nos. 94-75
SMU wideout Courtland Sutton leads a potentially intriguing offensive attack as Rotoworld's CFB preview rolls on with teams No. 94-75.
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USC dismissed redshirt senior K Matt Boermeester.

"Boermeester… won’t return because of a student code of conduct issue," the football program wrote in its preseason notes. The program indefinitely suspended Boermeester in early February, reportedly because of an incident involving the placekicker’s ex-girlfriend. Boermeester hit 75-percent of his 25 field goal attempts last year, as well as all but one of his 54 point after tries. Michael Brown will now take over at kicker.
Jul 26 - 5:50 PM

Arkansas State redshirt senior WR/KR/PR Cameron Echols-Luper transferred to Western Kentucky as a graduate.

Echols-Luper's winding road through college hits its last stop. We think. Early in his career, Echols-Luper was an All-Big 12 honorable mention for TCU punt returner. He capped off his Horned Frogs track career with the fastest 200-meter time in the country (20.39 seconds) at the 2015 Big 12 championships. He transferred from TCU to Arkansas State and had 26 receptions for 407 yards and one TD last season after sitting out in 2015. His Red Wolves career ended abruptly when Echols-Luper was arrested and cited in March for a misdemeanor drug possession. He was suspended indefinitely, which led to his exodus from the program. The Hilltoppers have been one of the nation's most explosive aerial offenses over the past few years. They return only two players who recorded 20-plus catches last season. If Echols-Luper's head is screwed on straight, he could compete for a starting gig in the slot.
Jul 26 - 5:41 PM

Ole Miss sophomore QB Shea Patterson reminds one NFL scout of Russell Wilson and Johnny Manziel.

Manziel's college coach agrees. "I saw a little bit of Johnny (Manziel) in him when we played," said Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin. "You can't teach some of that stuff." Last year, a different NFL scout told Bleacher Report that Patterson "has the tools to play in this league for 10 years—and make a whole lot of money." Ole Miss, which self-imposed a bowl ban this fall, is facing significant sanctions for a variety of allegations. Even so, Patterson has thus far maintained that he'll stick it out with the school.
Jul 26 - 5:33 PM

Ohio HC Frank Solich announced redshirt junior RB Maleek Irons will miss this season due to suspension.

Irons was suspended for this summer. He can return when fall semester starts, but won't play for the Bocats this fall. If there's good news, it's that Solich has left the door open for Irons to return in 2018 if he stays out of trouble. Irons was arrested in January and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, resisting arrest and obstructing official business.
Jul 26 - 3:24 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline says Clemson redshirt sophomore DE Clelin Ferrell "is taller, leaner and much better rushing the passer" than teammate Christian Wilkins.

Pauline thinks Wilkins is a top-15 value, and he rates Ferrell higher. "He overwhelms opponents with athleticism and a bit of power," Pauline wrote of Ferrell. "I like Ferrell’s upside and growth potential and feel he has the makings of a top-10 pick if the pieces fall into place." ESPN's Mel Kiper listed Ferrell No. 14 overall on his 2018 big board.
Jul 26 - 3:17 PM

ESPN's Mark Schlabach reports that attorneys representing Ole Miss and its former coaches and administrators have asked that Mississippi State players Leo Lewis and Kobe Jones be required to attend the Rebels' infractions hearing.

The infractions hearing, scheduled for later this summer, will delve into whether the Rebels violated various NCAA rules. They are accused of 21 violations in sum. Jones, a four-star 2016 recruit, previously alleged that an Ole Miss booster paid him around $15,000 to sign with the Rebels. Instead, he signed with the Bulldogs. Lewis famously accused Rebels boosters and former coaches of offering transportation, lodging, food and memorabilia and clothing from a retail store in Oxford. Ole Miss, which self-imposed a bowl ban this season and stripped itself of seven scholarships, is also facing a lawsuit from former head coach Houston Nutt. Most recent HC Hugh Freeze resigned last week, but the school said that was because of his phone records (which included a call to an escort service) and not due to the NCAA's investigation.
Source: ESPN
Jul 26 - 2:55 PM

Clemson junior DT Christian Wilkins is "large, quick and relatively athletic" and "does a lot more than occupy gaps," according to Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline.

"He explodes off the snap, manhandles blockers and makes plays in space," Pauline wrote. The analyst noted that Clemson played Wilkins out of position at defensive end in 2017, a development that "didn’t help Wilkins the NFL prospect," per Pauline," and "mirrored the woes of Malik McDowell at Michigan State." Wilkins is expected to move back inside to defensive tackle this year. "If he’s up to the challenge as I expect, then Wilkins will secure himself as a top-15 selection," Pauline wrote. Wilkins ran a 4.80 forty this spring at 6-foot-2 1/5 and 310 pounds.
Jul 26 - 2:21 PM

Syracuse junior DT Steven Clark transferred to Western Michigan.

Clark was previously medically disqualified from Syracuse due to a genetic disorder that increases the likelihood of blood clots. While Broncos doctors need to sign off on Clark’s health for him to see the field at WMU, the Syracuse Post-Standard reported that "four independent doctors cleared Clark for physical activity — two before the disqualification and two after." Clark is seeking a waiver to play immediately for the Broncos if cleared. "The NCAA I hope would let me," Clark said previously. "I hope they'd do the right thing." If so, he'd play nose tackle in WMU's 4-3 defense. If not, he has a redshirt year to burn and could return as a fourth-year junior in 2018.
Jul 26 - 1:56 PM
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