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Georgia has self-reported three minor rules violations to the NCAA.

We are talking very minor stuff, here. The violations occurred during the 2016 season. One consisted of former DL coach Tracy Rocker -- who has since been fired -- making an unauthorized phone call to a recruit. Another saw a non-coaching staff member make a call to a high school coach in relation to a recruit's eligibility. Such calls are only allowed to be made by head coaches and assistant coaches. The final violation is just silliness, as it consisted of a recruit's guest (on a visit) taking a picture of the Georgia team and subsequently sharing it online. As photos such as these are not allowed to be shared with the media, boom, another violation. None of this amounts to much of anything.
Mar 19 - 12:25 PM

Land of 10's Jeremy Birmingham reports that Ohio State freshman LB Baron Browning will miss the remainder of spring practice after undergoing surgery to repair a torn shoulder labrum.

Buckeyes HC Urban Meyer has not specified the nature of Browning's injury, but did confirm that spring practice was out the window. The reported torn labrum is an unfortunate set-back for the potential impact freshman. Browning, 6-foot-3, 227 pounds, was a five-star recruit out of high school and one of the jewels of Meyer's brilliant 2017 class. Per Birmingham, the linebacker underwent surgery on Tuesday morning.
Mar 28 - 4:54 PM

South Florida redshirt senior DB Hassan Childs has been dismissed from the team following his arrest in a road rage incident over the weekend.

Childs is being charged with three counts of aggravated assault and one count of misdemeanor marijuana possession for a Saturday night road rage incident. The South Florida redshirt senior allegedly pointed a gun at Jovanni Jimenez and his family, after which Jimenez shot Childs three times. Claiming self-defense, Jimenez has not been charged with a crime. Said Bulls HC Charlie Strong of Childs' dismissal, "When you look at this university and how great an institution it is, and the football program, it is a privilege to represent this program. And there are standards and there are values that we uphold, and our players understand it is an obligation and it is a responsibility to represent it the right way." Childs appeared in eight games this past season, recording 16 tackles along the way.
Mar 28 - 4:41 PM

Kentucky graduate WR Jeff Badet transferred to Oklahoma.

Badet visited the Sooners at the beginning of March. He had also been eyeing West Virginia, but Mountaineers HC Dana Holgorsen lost this particular Big 12 battle to Sooners HC Bob Stoops. This past season, Badet registered 31 catches for 670 yards and a quartet of touchdowns. A deep burner who ranked sixth in the FBS with a 21.6 yards per reception mark in 2016, the 6-foot, 180-pounder now-former Wildcat could see a legitimate statistical bump during the coming season now that he will have Heisman contender Baker Mayfield slinging the ball his way.
Mar 28 - 4:15 PM

FSU RB Dalvin Cook ran a forty in the mid-4.4s at his pro day on Tuesday.

This is a slight improvement upon Cook's 4.49-second 40-yard showing at the NFL Scouting Combine earlier this month. Cook struggled in other testing metrics, but his speed isn't a concern. "I don't think [the pro day 40 time] affects him one way or the other. His 40 time at the combine was more than fast enough. He plays fast, so I don't think that's any concern," said NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein. "I know he didn't test as explosively as people wanted at the combine, so I'm sure scouts wanted to see him jump again, but for me, it's more about whether he can stay healthy and how teams view him character-wise."
Source: NFL.com
Mar 28 - 3:08 PM

At 6-foot 1/8, 234 pounds, Texas RB D'Onta Foreman posted a 33-inch vertical and a 4.45s 40 at his pro day event on Tuesday.

If you bake that forty time -- stunning for a big man -- in with his other NFL Combine testing numbers, Foreman becomes one of this class' best overall athletes. And as for that missing Combine forty? Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reported that NFL Combine doctors disallowed Foreman from running in Indianapolis due to a stress fracture in his foot. Pauline added that "several team doctors on hand thought it was no big deal" and that Foreman was "willing to sign a waiver should anything occur while he ran." The NFL's doctors remained firm and withheld him. If Tuesday is any indication, the injury is already healed.
Mar 28 - 2:54 PM

Browns coach Hue Jackson said his team will not trade the No. 1 pick of the draft.

"No, I can tell you no on that one," he said. Jackson made the comment in response to a question about the possibility of trading for New England Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo. If this isn't an indication that Texas A&M edge rusher Myles Garrett has locked himself into the top overall slot, than we don't know what is. The Browns may use the No. 12 overall pick to go shopping for the quarterback they so desperately need.
Mar 28 - 2:42 PM

Florida CB Teez Tabor's fastest unofficial forty was clocked at 4.75s at the Gators' pro day workout on Tuesday.

This is a disheartening development for his evaluation. Tabor began moving out of the first-round conversation earlier this month when he clocked a 4.62s forty at the NFL Scouting Combine. He needed to improve upon that number at his pro day workout, but strangely regressed upon it instead. To put his time in perspective, it was slower than 6-foot-4, 280-pound FSU DE DeMarcus Walker's 4.76 showing. "The magic number for corners is 4.60. Anything above that, and the alarm goes off," Jeremiah said. "That could have a major impact. People can say the 40 is overrated, but the one position where it matters most is corner. Teams will take his best time, which was at the combine -- his magnet on everybody's board will say 4.62 -- but this was a big opportunity to help himself, and he didn't." NFL Network's Mike Mayock's dropped Tabor out of his top-five rankings at the position.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 28 - 2:26 PM

ESPN.com's Edward Aschoff reports that Florida redshirt freshman QB Feleipe' Franks is the "presumed leader" in the starting quarterback competition.

That comes with a big caveat. Florida's spring QB derby is without incumbent starter Luke Del Rio as he recovers from offseason shoulder surgery. But Franks appears to be ahead of Kyle Trask at this time. If that holds, he'll have a real chance to unseat Del Rio, a game manager. Franks is a former four-star recruit with a big personality and a howitzer for an arm, while Trask is a soft-spoken, overlooked former three-star recruit. "It’s not just competing to be the quarterback at the University of Florida, I want to bring the swag back to Florida," Franks said. "I want to be the guy that the whole country is talking about. I have that in myself, and I’m going to do everything in my power to make everybody to realize that."
Source: ESPN
Mar 28 - 1:29 PM

NFL.com's Lance Zierlein projected Temple LB/EDGE Haason Reddick to go off the board at No. 5 to the Titans.

No prospect has improved their evaluation more during the process than Reddick. He fits in every scheme thanks to his pass rushing skill and comfort in open space when dropping into coverage. He can bend while turning the corner and close thanks to great athleticism. He could be the first off-ball linebacker off the board, or one of the top three edge rushers off the board.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 28 - 11:32 AM

San Francisco 49ers GM John Lynch believes this year's quarterback crop is getting a bad rap.

"As I started to study these guys, I thought they were getting a bad rap," Lynch said. "They each have reasons why maybe people think they shouldn't go (No.) 2. In Trubisky's case, he's only started 13 games, but you turn on the tape with each of them, and they have redeeming qualities that make you say, 'Wow, this guy would be a part of it,' so we're evaluating them and we'll continue to do so." The 49ers hold the No. 2 overall pick and are, of course, desperate for quarterback help. Most believe they'll wait to get it. Lynch is a known fan of Kizer's. "One of the first things Kyle and I talked about (is) you've got to have a franchise quarterback. We know that, we're in search of it, and we're looking at every avenue to try and get that," Lynch added.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 27 - 6:21 PM

The 49ers worked out Clemson QB Deshaun Watson last week.

San Francisco GM John Lynch also attended the North Carolina and Notre Dame pro days last week to check out QBs Mitchell Trubisky and DeShone Kizer. Lynch previously fawned over Kizer at the NFL Scouting Combine. Since Myles Garrett is a near lock to go No. 1 overall, the 49ers would have their pick of signal-calling prospects at No. 2 if they chose to go that direction. Not many industry types, however, are mocking a quarterback to the 49ers in the first round.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 27 - 4:59 PM




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