2019 NFL Draft offensive ranks

2019 NFL Draft offensive ranks
Thor Nystrom dives deep, ranking his top-15 at each offensive position in a too-early look at the 2019 NFL Draft.
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Uncommitted four-star 2019 RB Jirehl Brock took an official visit to Northwestern this past weekend.

First official visit in the books for Brock. More to come for the 6-foot, 180-pounder moving forward, as he's scheduled additional official trips to Purdue, Minnesota, Iowa State and Iowa. Those will all take place over the next month. The Quincy, Illinois, native slots into the 247Sports composite board at No. 205 overall in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
May 24 - 4:55 PM

Transferring Clemson freshman DT Josh Belk said that his unofficial visit to South Carolina on Wednesday "went great."

"I had a good conversation with [C]oach Muschamp about how much I can help the team. The coaches are still the fans towards me. They still want me. Showed that feelings never changed," Belk said. Several times in the above quote, the 6-foot-3, 325-pounder alluded to the fact that he and South Carolina were involved in an advanced courtship over the winter before the four-star defensive tackle signed on with Clemson in February. Georgia is playing host to the defensive tackle on Thursday. Regardless of whether he opts for the Gamecocks or Bulldogs (or Chanticleers -- Coastal Carolina should be viewed as a dark horse contender, here), he'll have to sit out the 2018 season to satisfy NCAA regulations.
Source: 247Sports
May 24 - 4:42 PM

Duke three-star 2019 WR Donavon Greene reopened his recruitment.

Greene (6'3/205) is seriously considering North Carolina and Notre Dame now that he's back on the open market. Virginia Tech and Wake Forest are two other potential contenders to watch, but it would take strong, strong pushes from those programs for them to realistically wedge into this conversation. It's been a rocky few days for Blue Devils HC David Cutcliffe and staff on the recruiting front, as they not only have lost Greene's pledge, they also saw four-star RB Zonovan Knight open things back up earlier this week. For Duke, which is a respected-but-limited program on the gridiron, those are the kinds of commitments which are incredibly tough to watch fall away.
Source: Rivals
May 24 - 4:29 PM

Uncommitted 2020 T Paris Scott plans on taking visits to nine programs in June.

Scott (6'7/275) ranks as the No. 1 tackle prospect in the 2020 class on 247Sports. His June whirlwind tour of the FBS will begin in Tuscaloosa on June 2. After he's done checking out the defending champions, it'll be Auburn on June 3 and Florida State on June 4. Clemson, Georgia, USC, UCLA, Stanford and Cal will all receive visits from Scott, too, before the calendar flips to July. He's previously visited a number of other blue chip programs, including Notre Dame, Michigan and Ohio State. Probably needless to say, but Scott has some work ahead of him to chop the field down to a more manageable bunch.
Source: 247Sports
May 24 - 4:07 PM

Owen Brennan, the father of LSU sophomore QB Myles Brenann, said that his son remains "in a very, very good position to compete for the starting job" even after the team's addition of Ohio State QB Joe Burrow.

"He's going to compete and feels very comfortable with where his position is right now," said the elder Brennan of his son's place with the Tigers. Burrow transferred over to LSU earlier this month. While it's not uncommon for parents to hang the threat of transfer over a given program's head when playing time is potentially in jeopardy, Mr. Brennan did not even vaguely allude to his son considering a move. Brennan, Burrow, Lowell Narcisse and Justin McMillan will all be battling it out for starting honors in August camp.
Source: Sun Herald
May 24 - 3:55 PM

Georgia Southern hired former Appalachian State assistant Jake Brandon to serve as a defensive graduate assistant.

Tip of the cap to Football Scoop on this one. Brandon reunites with Scot Sloan -- hired to serve as defensive coordinator in December -- after working with him for three years at Appalachian State. He has experience focusing on the secondary.
May 24 - 3:39 PM

A team of Rivals analysts note that while uncommitted 2020 ATH Malik Berry has a linebacker's frame, he is expected to start at quarterback during the upcoming season at Free State High (Kansas).

Berry is listed at 6-foot-3, 210 pounds. He impressed onlookers during the Rivals 3 Stripe camp regional in Chicago over the weekend. Just what position the athletic talent ends up focusing on for the collegiate level figures to clarify over the next two years. We've seen career paths like that of former Iowa State student-athlete Joel Lanning -- who started out as a quarterback in Ames before eventually moving to linebacker -- but they are pretty rare. The two positions require wildly divergent skill sets.
Source: Rivals
May 24 - 3:16 PM

Western Kentucky redshirt senior P Jake Collins transferred to Northwestern as a graduate.

Perfect fit for the Wildcats, here. Northwestern's starter at punter last year was Hunter Niswander, who has exhausted his eligibility. Exit one three-year starter, enter another in Collins, who averaged 40.2 yards per punt with the Hilltoppers last autumn. His fine work netted him All-Conference USA honorable mention at the end of the campaign. While HC Pat Fitzgerald and company are now sitting pretty at punter in Evanston, Collins' exit from Western Kentucky leaves the team in a lurch. Expect a heated competition in August camp.
May 24 - 2:55 PM
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