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Stanford junior WR Ty Mongtomery caught five passes for 77 yards and a touchdown in the school's 45-0 win over UC Davis.

Montgomery added one punt return touchdown of 60 yards. Rotoworld contributor Cian Fahey has compared Montgomery to Tedd Ginn, namely due to Montgomery displaying great straight-line speed and return ability. His pace during breaking routes needs to improve.
Aug 31 - 5:35 PM

Stanford redshirt sophomore RB Barry J. Sanders led the school in rushing against UC Davis with 43 yards on seven carries.

Sanders added two receptions for eight yards. Barry's son was listed as the school's co-backup ball carrier, but he should see more opportunities this year than he did in 2013.
Aug 31 - 3:52 PM

The Sporting News' Eric Galko slots Stanford junior T Andrus Peat No. 1 to the Raiders in a mock draft published Wednesday.

"They could use help across their defense, but getting a top-tier offensive tackle to push Donald Penn inside for the future can give this team a tremendous strength on the offensive line to build around Derek Carr," Galko wrote. Earlier this summer, NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks wrote that Peat is "a future franchise tackle to build around," CBS Sports' Rob Rang called him a "remarkable talent," and TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline labeled him an "elite" prospect. The 6-foot-6, 315-pounder is a consensus top 10 prospect, but many rank Cedric Ogbuehi and Brandon Scherff above him.
Aug 27 - 8:40 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay grades Stanford junior T Andrus Peat as the third-best offensive line prospect.

The 6-foot-6, 315-pounder has a wide frame and stunning athleticism. "Peat has the ideal physical tools you look for in a starting NFL left tackle," McShay wrote. "He displays good length, a strong anchor, powerful upper body and excellent overall agility in pass protection. As a run-blocker, he has the power base to drive defenders off the ball. His football instincts appear to be good on tape, and he flashes a nasty side on occasion. He figures to be the anchor of a very good Stanford offensive line this season." TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline believes Peat is "elite," but believes he must work on his nasty streak.
Aug 27 - 8:09 PM

Stanford redshirt sophomore Barry J. Sanders has been named the school's co-No. 2 RB.

Senior Kelsey Young will start despite missing a large portion of camp due to an ankle injury. Sanders Jr. saw most of his action at punt returner, but also took five carries for 34 yards and a touchdown. The few times he had the ball in his hands, however, Sanders Jr. seemed to channel his father's ankle breaking skills.
Aug 27 - 11:30 AM

Stanford junior WR Ty Montgomery is expected to start the season opener against UC Davis after recovering from shoulder surgery.

Montgomery underwent right shoulder surgery last February and also hurt his knee in the Rose Bowl. The early reports stated Montgomery would miss the first two games of the season, but Montgomery was not satisfied with that projection. Rotoworld contributor Cian Fahey compared Montgomery to Tedd Ginn Jr.
Aug 27 - 10:26 AM

NFL.com's Gil Brandt believes Stanford redshirt junior WR Devon Cajuste could be more special than teammate Ty Montgomery.

Montgomery has earned plenty of buzz thanks to his exceptional straight-line speed, but we think Montgomery does not show that same speed during non-vertical routes and does not consistently win in contested situations. Cajuste is a much bigger frame and has previously been used in the same capacity as receiving tight ends.
Aug 20 - 2:26 PM

One NFL scout praised freshman QB Keller Chryst before any others after watching one of Stanford's scrimmages.

The news was tweeted via former NFL personnel man John Middlekauff. Chryst was ranked as a four-star recruit by all the scouting services and is the son of the 49ers Quarterbacks Coach Geep Chryst. Keller will not be starting in 2014 with redshirt junior Kevin Hogan locking down the top spot. We aren't as sold on Hogan as others, but Chryst's first opportunity might be in 2015 if Hogan declares for this spring's draft.
Aug 19 - 11:36 AM

NFL.com grades Stanford junior T Andrus Peat as the 15th-best player in college football.

"Pro-ready offensive tackle with impressive technical skills and athleticism," said panelist Bucky Brooks. The 6-foot-6, 315-pounder with a wide frame and stunning athleticism showed evaluators he could neutralize elite rushers in the Pac-12 last season. "Has the prototypical left tackle's size but has the athleticism to play tight end," said Bryan Fischer. Added Chase Goodbread: "In Peat, the Cardinal has the most gifted pass protector on the West Coast, and a relentlessly hard worker to boot."
Source: NFL.com
Aug 13 - 12:44 PM

Stanford head coach David Shaw believes redshirt junior WR Devin Cajuste is being overlooked.

"He's worked extremely hard this year. He's 224 and runs in the low 4.4s," Shaw told reporters last week. "Numbers like that don't make sense." Cajuste only had 28 receptions last season, but had 22.9 yards per catch in compiling 642 yards and five touchdowns. "He broke our yards-per-catch record, which hasn't been talked about much," Shaw said. "I'm excited we're taking the next step to give guys (like Cajuste) the chance to influence football games." Cajuste's short shuttle time would have been second fastest at the 2014 NFL Combine behind Brandin Cooks' 3.81 seconds.
Source: Scout.com
Aug 8 - 12:40 PM

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline says NFL scouts see Stanford senior WR Ty Montgomery as a second-round pick.

Pauline disagrees, grading Montgomery as a Rds. 3-4 prospect. "His size and inconsistent hands worry me," the analyst noted. Montgomery tallied 2,208 all-purpose yards last season, the third most in school history, leading the Cardinal with 61 catches for 958 yards and 10 touchdowns. He's a superb receiver, but perhaps a better kick returner, averaging 30.3 yards per opportunity to earn consensus All-American honors as a kick returner in 2013. The 6-foot-2, 215-pounder is in line for a monster season.
Jul 27 - 11:34 PM

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline labels Stanford junior T Andrus Peat an "elite" prospect.

"There’s a good amount of NFL talent on the Stanford roster yet only a single prospect I label elite," Pauline wrote. "Peat has the size, athleticism and footwork to start on the left side in the NFL. I’d just wish he’d develop a nasty streak." The 6-foot-6, 315-pounder with a wide frame and stunning athleticism showed evaluators that he could handle himself against elite rushers in the Pac-12 last season. Peat is a superb athlete who is a premium technician.
Jul 27 - 11:19 PM

Stanford senior OLB James Vaughters is a polarizing prospect in scouting circles, TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline observes.

"When mentioning the name of Vaughters several scouts anxiously nod their heads up and down while others give a quizzical look as if to ask 'who?'" Pauline wrote. "Vaghters has the physical skills to play at the next level but needs to translate those talents into production." Vaughters had only 36 tackles, 6 TFL and 4 sacks last season as a 3-4 OLB, but Pauline thinks the 6-foot-2, 254-pounder could be one of the Pac-12's best defenders in 2014.
Jul 27 - 10:26 PM

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline believes Stanford senior DL Henry Anderson and senior ILB A.J. Tarpley will both be under-drafted next spring.

The analyst believes both will go on Day 3 and "then go on to have long NFL careers if placed in the right system." Anderson is coming off an injury-plagued season, but the 6-foot-5, 295-pounder had 13 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks over a full slate of games in 2012. "Neither are great athletes and both come with average size/speed numbers yet Anderson and Tarpley are tough, instinctual players with polished games," Pauline wrote.
Jul 27 - 7:37 PM

Stanford junior WR Ty Montgomery (arm and knee) has been labeled questionable for the season opener against USC.

"It will be close for USC," coach David Shaw said. Montgomery missed spring practices after undergoing surgeries on his arm and knee. "Hopefully, by the end of training camp, he’ll be able to do more contact stuff," Shaw added. Montgomery led Stanford with 61 catches for 958 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. He's also a dynamo kickoff return man who averaged 30.3 yards per opportunity to earn consensus All-American honors in 2013. Sophomore Francis Owusu would likely step into the starting lineup if Montgomery is forced to miss time.
Jul 27 - 6:01 PM


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