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Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that Princeton QB Chad Kanoff "didn't disappoint" in his pro day.

Kanoff hasn't received as much attention as some of the other quarterbacks in this class, but he put up big numbers in the Ivy League, and according to Pauline, there's interest in the signal-caller. "The big-armed passer measured in at 6-foot-4 and 219 pounds, timed 4.90 in the 40 and posted a vertical jump of 32.5 inches," Pauline writes. "His hands measured 10-1/4 inches, a big number for a quarterback. Kanoff threw 55 passes; all had excellent velocity, and all were on the money." He also mentions that the Giants, Cardinals, Colts and Cardinals all attended the former Tigers workout.
Mar 10 - 3:57 PM

Princeton four-star 2018 verbal QB commit Brevin White will honor his commitment to the Tigers rather than flip to Alabama.

White (6'1/163) initially committed to Princeton last July and had been solidly in their corner up until late January, when Alabama came calling with an offer. He subsequently paid the Tide a visit, after which his high school coach said that he was a 50/50 proposition to stand by his Princeton pledge. Crisis averted, now, with White saying that the Ivy League program is "the best fit for me and who I am." Rivals ranks White as the No. 13 pro-style quarterback in the 2018 class.
Feb 2 - 4:39 PM

Princeton four-star 2018 verbal QB commit Brevin White's high school head coach, Dean Herrington, said that his pupil is "pretty 50/50" between Princeton and Alabama.

All looked like full-speed ahead for the Tigers with White, at least up until last week. That's when Alabama offered to the 6-foot-1 163-pound gunslinger. He subsequently took a quick visit to Tuscaloosa. That had the expected effect on White, who looks like he could be seriously considering turning tail on Princeton and wrecking what has been one of our favorite recruiting story-lines of the cycle. White ranks as Rivals' No. 13 pro-style quarterback in the 2018 class.
Source: AL.com
Jan 31 - 6:11 PM

Alabama extended an offer to Princeton four-star 2018 verbal QB commit Brevin White.

White (6'1/163) was offered by the Tide on Thursday and almost immediately booked a plane ticket to take an impromptu visit to Tuscaloosa. Alabama will very much be a threat to the Tigers when it comes to a potential flip. Academics matter to White -- hence his initial commitment to Princeton last July -- but this offer from Alabama is (obviously) a very, very weighty one. On the field, Rivals' No. 13 pro-style quarterback in the 2018 class is a tough, intelligent prospect.
Source: Rivals
Jan 27 - 3:19 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Princeton senior QB Chad Kanoff could garner an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game.

Pauline cites Penn's Alex Torgersen from last year's draft class as an example of an intriguing small-school quarterback who made a name for himself in the Shrine Game. The analyst refers to the 6-foot-4, 225-pound Kanoff as "rile-armed" and notes that he can "make all the deep throws with velocity." This season, the gunslinger compiled 3,474 yards passing (73.2% completions) with a 29/9 TD/INT ratio.
Wed, Nov 29, 2017 10:03:00 PM

Princeton received a verbal commitment from four-star 2018 QB Brevin White.

White (6'1/163) took visits to North Carolina and Washington State this offseason, but the four-star gunslinger has opted to forego the FBS in order to try to attain Ivy League glory. Rivals ranks him as the No. 11 pro-style quarterback in the 2018 class, while Scout.com's Greg Biggins notes that he "throws a tight ball, is a smart quarterback and shows a lot of courage standing in the pocket." White is the younger brother of Arizona State QB Brady White.
Tue, Jul 25, 2017 10:56:00 PM

ESPN's Tom VanHaaren writes that should North Carolina offer to uncommitted four-star 2018 QB Brevin White, they "could have a good shot at landing [him]."

North Carolina earlier hosted the gunslinger for a visit, but did not offer at the time. VanHaaren also passes along that Memphis is one intriguing offer which White does currently have on the table, as Tigers HC Mike Norvell recruited his younger brother, Brady, to Arizona State during the 2015 cycle. The 6-foot-1, 163-pound baby White ranks as ESPN's No. 193 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle.
Thu, Jun 8, 2017 09:26:00 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2018 QB Brevin White would like to visit Harvard this offseason.

You don't see Harvard floated too often among the four-stars of the world, but White might be something of a different cat. The 6-foot-1, 163-pounder said that "that's a priority to get out there [to visit Harvard]." Among more traditional powers, he ticked off Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, Oregon State and Louisville as programs he would like to visit in the coming months. Keep an eye on Arizona State, too -- his brother Brady is a quarterback with the Sun Devils. White ranks as Rivals' No. 117 overall prospect for the 2018 cycle. Should he actually commit to Harvard, well, that would be a story.
Source: Rivals
Thu, Feb 16, 2017 08:19:00 PM

Browns executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown targeted Princeton WR/TE Seth DeValve for his ability to create mismatches.

DeValve says he was used as an "H-back adjuster" at Princeton, moving all over the formation to create mismatches, sometimes out wide, sometimes in the slot and sometimes inline in a three-point stance as a traditional tight end. "I was always used as a hybrid tight end/wide receiver so to say that I’m making a transition from wide receiver to tight end isn’t extremely accurate," DeValve said. Cleveland will use him much the same. "Willing blocker, able to detach and match up one on one as a receiver and has the athleticism you would want in a player at that position in the league," Brown said. "When you look at all those things, his work ethic, his toughness, he was a guy we really felt like would be a nice tool for Pep and Hue to have on offense and can present some mismatches."
Wed, May 4, 2016 06:37:00 PM

Browns selected Princeton WR/TE Seth DeValve with the No. 138 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

This pick makes Ross Tucker happy. DeValve ran a 4.68 forty at the school's pro day with a ridiculous 10 yard split of 1.54, vertical of 40-inches plus plenty of other great measurables. Obviously DeValve is an athletic specimen and dealt with injuries during his career, amassing totals of 49 catches, 527 yards and four touchdowns.
Sat, Apr 30, 2016 02:06:00 PM

Lions selected Princeton DT Caraun Reid with the No. 158 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Reid (6-foot-2 1/8, 302) was one of Rotoworld college guru Josh Norris' favorite prospects for his ability to shed double teams in the Ivy League, and efficient use of his hands. He racked up 20.5 career sacks at Princeton, and blocked seven kicks. Reid is an athletic penetrator with 4.91 speed and an 8-foot-10 broad jump. He especially gained evaluators' respect at the Senior Bowl, showing an ability to play all over the defensive front. Reid projects as an early-career contributor.
Sat, May 10, 2014 03:03:00 PM

Bengals DL coach Jay Hayes put Princeton DT Caraun Reid through his positional drills at Princeton's pro day on Friday.

Cincinnati is in the market for defensive line help; according to NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah, it is their greatest need. Reid (6-foot-2, 305 pounds) ran the forty in 4.85 and 4.91 seconds at last week's event. He leaped to a 27 1/2-inch vertical, and decided to keep the rest of his numbers from the combine. He should fall in the Rds. 3-5 range in May.
Source: NFL.com
Sun, Mar 23, 2014 05:27:00 PM

Scout Inc.'s Kevin Weidl says Princeton DT Caraun Reid "has a nice quickness/power combo."

"Heavy handed dude," he wrote after watching Reid's game gapes. "Played with more consistent pad level and leverage as a senior." Reid is about to become just the third Princeton player drafted since 1990. The Ivy Leaguer is one of Rotoworld's favorite small school prospects. There's a chance he could sneak into the draft's second day.
Sat, Mar 22, 2014 06:19:00 PM

NFL.com's Charles Davis mentions Princeton DT Caraun Reid as a draft sleeper.

Reid is coming off an impressive Senior Bowl in which he "did not seem intimidated" by upgraded competition, according to the analyst. "Reid is a thick, stout guy, but he needs to learn how to better use his hands," wrote Davis. "He doesn't come from a school that produces many NFL prospects -- he would be the third Princeton player drafted since 1990 -- but he could be a mid-round draft pick that surprises at the next level." Reid is one of our favorite small school players. We think there's even a chance he could sneak into the draft's second day.
Source: NFL.com
Fri, Mar 7, 2014 09:14:00 PM

Princeton DT Caraun Reid has accepted an invitation to the 2014 Senior Bowl.

Reid has produced at a high level for years now and has the game and body type to compete with FBS talents. He could really make a name for himself in Mobile, and we thing Reid has a shot at a day two selection.
Fri, Nov 22, 2013 11:14:00 AM


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