CFB Preview: Team No. 114-95

CFB Preview: Team No. 114-95
Utah State QB Kent Myers looks to put it all together as Rotoworld's CFB preview series continues with teams No. 114-95.
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Coastal Carolina HC Joe Moglia underwent surgery on his trachea to remove a precancerous nodule.

Moglia will not be able to make it to Sun Belt media festivities, with OC Jamey Chadwell heading there in his place. This procedure is not expected to force Moglia to miss time during August camp. Coastal Carolina will be making its FBS debut when they tango with UMass on September 2.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 21 - 5:03 PM

Florida State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 CB Akeem Dent.

"Dent really gets downhill in a hurry, flashing big-time closing speed and acceleration, but also does a nice job of playing under control," Scout.com noted in their breakdown of the 6-foot, 170-pound stalwart out of Wellington, Florida. The outlet additionally passes along that Dent has shown an ability to excel at both corner and safety during his high school career. He ranks as Scout's No. 9 overall prospect for the 2019 cycle and stands as their No. 1 corner in the class.
Source: Scout.com
Jul 21 - 4:56 PM

SEC Country's Eric Bolin notes that Arkansas redshirt sophomore WR La'Michael Pettway has "the makings of a good possession receiver."

"Pettway isn’t overly fast, but at 6-2, 220 pounds, the build is there to be a first-down machine," Bolin writes. Last season, the redshirt sophomore's lone catch went for a 10-yard touchdown. His main obstacle to more consistent playing time is a somewhat passive attitude. Bolin passes along that Pettway "had times when he’s been in [HC Bret] Bielema’s and wide receiver coach [Michael] Smith’s doghouse." Smith elaborated on this in the spring, saying, "I was kinda ticked off at him because I think it’s foolish of a man to sit back in the background and wait for something to happen instead of going out and attacking and trying to get it."
Source: SEC Country
Jul 21 - 4:41 PM

Ole Miss three-star 2019 CB Bobby Wolfe reopened his recruitment.

Wolfe (6'2/175) becomes the first player to decommit from Ole Miss in the wake of HC Hugh Freeze's resignation on Thursday. While no pledges in the 2018 class have backed off their commitments as of yet, those might start to filter out in the coming days. Three-star 2018 OL commit Blaine Scott told ESPN, "Right now I'm just laying low. I will make a decision in a few days." Realistically, it's going to be a very tough hill to climb for Ole Miss to remain legitimately relevant in recruiting for the foreseeable future.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 21 - 4:23 PM

Former San Francisco 49ers personnel executive Tom Gamble has joined the staff at Michigan.

Just what role Gamble will be playing on staff is unknown at this juncture. Gamble parted ways with the 49ers after John Lynch was hired as general manager in February. He previously worked with Wolverines HC Jim Harbaugh when Harbaugh was with San Francisco in 2011 and 2012.
Jul 21 - 4:07 PM

Land of 10's Kevin Goheen writes that Michigan redshirt senior RB Ty Isaac "has more speed than one might think for a player of his size."

Isaac measures in at 6-foot-3, 225 pounds. Goheen sees him as a perfect complement to sophomore RB Chris Evans, who has a bit more of a cut-and-bolt game than his redshirt senior compatriot. Last season, Isaac rushed for 417 yards and five touchdowns. He doesn't figure to see as many carries as Evans, but should see plenty of work in his own right.
Source: Land of 10
Jul 21 - 3:51 PM

Scout.com's Brandon Huffman passes along that "[e]very event [USC four-star 2018 verbal C commit Justin Dedich] went to on a big stage, [he] was the best lineman there."

"In shirts and shorts, in pads, whatever it was," Huffman writes, "Dedich showed why he’s the premier offensive lineman in the West and the best center prospect since 2004 when Jeff Byers was the top-ranked prospect from the region." ESPN's Craig Haubert compares Dedich (6'2/280) to North Carolina C Tommy Hatton due to similar rugged, competitive natures on the field.
Source: Scout.com
Jul 21 - 3:36 PM

Minnesota HC P.J. Fleck will be profiled on a four-part documentary titled 'Being P.J. Fleck' set to air on ESPNU starting on August 2.

The documentary (which will be released in four 30-minute installments) will follow Fleck's journey after being hired by Minnesota this winter. Per the press release, 'Being P.J. Fleck' "documents him in various settings, which includes teams meetings, hospital visits and motivational speeches around the country." It would seem that the cult wildfire spawned by 'Being Bret Bielema' has begun to spread to other corners of the CFB landscape.
Source: Land of 10
Jul 21 - 3:20 PM
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