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Tulane extended HC Willie Fritz through the 2023 season.

A little two-year extension for Fritz, here. While he has yet to find his groove with the Green Wave, this makes for a nice show of support from the athletic department. Fritz took over as head coach in December of 2015. In his first two seasons at the helm of the ship, the program's turned in a 9-15 record. It fell just short of bowl eligibility last season.
Source: ESPN.com
May 22 - 4:57 PM

Rutgers redshirt sophomore LB Tyreek Maddox-Williams (knee) went through spring practice without any apparent physical issue.

Maddox-Williams (6'0/232) missed the entirety of the 2017 season after sustaining a severe ACL injury on a non-contact play at the beginning of August camp a year ago. He subsequently took a medical redshirt for the campaign. All systems would appear to be a-go heading into the summer, though, with OLB coach Toby Neinas saying earlier this spring that the linebacker was "moving very well." During a healthy 2016 season, Maddox-Williams registered 46 tackles. He's got a good chance of winning the starting strongside linebacker gig in preseason camp assuming he can avoid injury setback.
Source: NJ.com
May 22 - 4:47 PM

Rivals recruiting director Mike Farrell notes that Penn State five-star 2019 verbal RB commit Devyn Ford is "more of a one-cut guy" than former program star Saquon Barkley.

Ford (5'11/185) committed to Penn State on Friday. While there are some obvious similarities between he and Barkley -- they're both aces at catching the ball -- Farrell notes that while Ford does possess strong vision and instincts, he does not offer nearly the same shake 'n' bake elusiveness that helped make Barkley such a dynamic player. For what it's worth, Ford does land with a considerably higher recruiting ranking than Barkley did. Rivals slots him as the No. 9 overall prospect in the 2019 class, whereas Barkley sat at a far more modest No. 117 overall coming out of high school in 2015.
Source: Rivals
May 22 - 4:37 PM

Rutgers OLB coach Toby Neinas said that redshirt sophomore LB Elorm Lumor is a "beautiful-looking kid."

"[Lumor]’s the way you picture it in your mind – that’s what you want an outside linebacker to look like," Neinas said during the spring. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound redshirt sophomore is expected to work as starter at the "jack" position this year, jack being the standup hybrid DE/OLB role that Kemoko Turay occupied previously. The Colts selected Turay in the second round of last month's draft. During the past campaign, Lumor logged 17 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. Those numbers figure to be in for considerable expansion this coming season.
Source: NJ.com
May 22 - 4:12 PM

USF redshirt sophomore S Craig Watts transferred to Valdosta State.

Watts (6'0/185) signed on with USF as a three-star recruit in the winter of 2016. After donning a redshirt during his initial freshman foray into collegiate ball, he went on to appear in 12 games last season, recording five tackles in that space. As Watts is saying farewell to the FBS with his transfer to Valdosta State, he'll be eligible to play immediately during the upcoming campaign.
May 22 - 3:54 PM

LSU four-star 2019 verbal T commit Anthony Bradford was named the position group MVP at the Rivals 3 Stripe camp regional in Chicago over the weekend.

"The way Bradford moves at [6-foot-5, 320 pounds] is remarkable, and he handled two smaller, quicker defensive ends with ease during the one-on-one session (in camp)," Helmholdt writes. While his size would seem more of a fit for the interior of the line, Helmholdt passes along that LSU plans on starting him out at right tackle. His athleticism makes that possible. On the Rivals rankings board for the 2019 cycle, Bradford ranks as the No. 186 overall prospect in the class.
Source: Rivals
May 22 - 3:41 PM
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