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While Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline is intrigued by the arm and size of Northwestern redshirt senior QB Clayton Thorson, he referred to his accuracy as "erratic."

"He can be all over the place with throws and has receivers needlessly leaving their feet or adjusting backwards to grab passes," Pauline writes while explaining that Thorson's accuracy issues -- the 6-foot-4, 220-pounder completed 60.4% of his passes last season -- are what currently have him held down with a fifth-round grade on the Draft Analyst board. Beyond the technical aspects of his pro projection, Thorson is also making his way back from a serious knee injury sustained in Music City Bowl action against Kentucky over the winter, tearing his right ACL while catching a pass on a trick play. The redshirt senior said earlier this summer that he's aiming to be healthy enough to play in the team's opener against Purdue on Aug. 30, though it's far from a guarantee that he'll be cleared by that juncture. Wildcats HC Pat Fitzgerald will put TJ Green, Aidan Smith and Andrew Marty through the paces in camp to see who might be best suited to take on the starting mantle if needed.
Jul 18 - 4:54 PM

Virginia Tech HC Justin Fuente said that the "door's closed" on the possibility that dismissed redshirt junior S/LB Mook Reynolds could return to the team.

Not an ounce of wiggle room coming from Fuente on this one. Reynolds was arrested a week ago Monday and subsequently hit with a felony charge of selling and distributing marijuana and/or the possession of marijuana with the intent to sell or distribute. The program moved to dismiss him immediately following that arrest -- felony charges are almost universally going to get players kicked out of school. Over the past two seasons, Reynolds has posted 134 total tackles, 18.0 of which went for loss. Devon Hunter, a sophomore, could potentially be in line to step up as starter in place of Reynolds with a strong August camp.
Jul 18 - 4:33 PM

Athlon Sports ranked Liberty junior WR Antonio Gandy-Golden as the No. 48 receiver in the FBS for the 2018 season.

Gandy-Golden (6'4/220) caught 69 passes for 1,066 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. He did so plying his trade at the FCS level. Seat upgrade to the FBS for Mr. Gandy-Golden moving forward. The junior tortured Baylor to the tune of a 13-192-2 receiving line in their opening upset of the Bears last fall. Liberty will begin its journey as an Independent when they boot up against Old Dominion on Sept. 1.
Jul 18 - 4:20 PM

Athlon Sports listed Liberty junior QB Stephen Calvert as the No. 79 quarterback in the FBS for the 2018 season.

We're excited to see Calvert get his first extended crack at FBS play with the Flames set to work as an Independent for the coming campaign. This past season, the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder threw for 3,363 yards with a 29/6 TD/INT ratio. If you have a memory of Calvert, it's probably from last year's season-opening upset of Baylor, when he hit on 44-of-60 pass attempts for 447 yards while accounting for four total touchdowns.
Jul 18 - 4:08 PM

East Carolina HC Scottie Montgomery said that redshirt sophomore QB Reid Herring will likely open the coming season as starter.

"[Herring] has done just a tremendous job for us, growing the program, growing our expectations in the program and the leadership that comes with leading the program on the field," Montgomery said. The 6-foot-3, 197-pound redshirt sophomore will ostensibly be competing with Kingsley Ifedi and Holton Ahlers in August camp, but make no doubt, this is his job barring a major stumble. The former three-star recruit will be heading into the season about as raw as they come, having attempted all of one pass last season while backing up Gardner Minshew.
Source: wnct.com
Jul 18 - 3:55 PM

Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith faces a charge of criminal trespassing relating to a May arrest.

Per Delaware Municipal Court records, Smith was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespassing on May 12 -- the story is just coming out now -- and subsequently pleaded not guilty. He was set to appear in court on Wednesday. While other coaches have come and gone on Urban Meyer's OSU staff, Smith has been a mainstay on the sideline since the coaching legend was hired to Columbus in 2012. Ohio State has not issued comment on his legal issues to this juncture.
Jul 18 - 3:37 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt said that redshirt senior QB Malik Rosier will be the team's starter when they open the season against LSU on Sept. 2.

"He's the starter. Malik's the starter. And if something changes, I'll let you know," Richt said while addressing the media on Wednesday. None of this comes as any particular surprise, as Rosier started for the Hurricanes last season and lost no ground to dynamic dual-threat redshirt freshman N'Kosi Perry during the spring. Perry might be the sexier name, but Rosier is a dependable, known quantity after throwing for 3,120 yards (54-percent completions) with a 26/14 TD/INT ratio last season. We don't love him for a true title run, but he's certainly capable enough to keep the Hurricanes in the Playoff hunt.
Jul 18 - 3:27 PM

Miami HC Mark Richt said that sophomore WR Evidence Njoku (knee) has begun running routes in his rehab.

An encouraging sign no doubt after Njoku was held out of the bulk of the on-field work in spring practice while continuing his rehab from a season-ending knee injury sustained last October. The 6-foot-4, 195-pounder was a three-star recruit in Richt's 2017 signing class and finished his aborted inaugural season still looking for his first collegiate catch. His availability for the start of the season -- Miami opens things up against LSU on Sept. 2 -- should clarify after August camp gets underway.
Jul 18 - 3:17 PM
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