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Weber State signed three-star 2018 WR Devon Cooley, who had previously been committed to UCLA.

Cooley decommitted from UCLA in December, noting that he and the school had "lost communication." He also had offers at one point from schools like Washington, Oregon and Vanderbilt, so the decision to go to an FCS school like Weber State is a bit confusing, or at least interesting. We've seen players from the Big Sky end up making an impact in the NFL -- a la Cooper Kupp -- so we'll be curious to see how Cooney's stock develops in his time with the Wildcats.
Source: 247 Sports
Feb 25 - 3:51 PM

NFL Draft Scout's Rob Rang listed Louisville QB Lamar Jackson as the "must-watch" quarterback during the NFL Scouting Combine.

This may be obvious, because it is; but Rang isn't wrong, and we're awfully excited to see what he can do. Not only is he one of the fastest quarterbacks we've seen -- and we've seen some awfully fast ones -- he also should be able to show off his arm strength in Indianapolis. "Scouts are always eager to see exceptional athletes like Jackson compete but more than important than his velocity or 40-yard dash time will be his footwork on five- and seven-step drops, as well as the football IQ he demonstrates during private meetings with teams," Rang writes. Get excited, folks.
Feb 25 - 3:37 PM

Texas A&M signed previously uncommitted four-star 2018 WR Caleb Chapman.

Chapman was one of the real "risers" of the 2018 class, going from a middling three-star wideout after his strong senior season. He has the size (6'5/195) you see in a red-zone threat, and reports indicate he isn't bereft of speed, either. He could see targets inside of the 20 as a freshman, but the Aggies may chose to redshirt Chapman and allow him to get stronger before he sees the field.
Source: Gig Em 247
Feb 25 - 3:10 PM

Cincinnati signed three-star 2018 QB Ben Bryant, who had previously been committed to Wisconsin.

Bryant made some headlines in May, when he tweeted that Wisconsin had pulled its scholarship offer to him after he posted an offer from Georgia. He ends up going with the Bearcats, so, there ya go. He ranks 30th on 247 Sports list of the top pro-style quarterbacks in the 2018 class.
Feb 25 - 2:56 PM

Luke Easterling of Draft Wire believes that the top defensive tackle in the class is a "two-horse race" between Washington's Vita Vea and Michigan's Maurice Hurst.

In a poll asking which prospect readers would rather have, Easterling acknowledges that they may be the two top prospects at the position, but they're very different players. He calls Vea a "massive force at 6-foot-5, 340-pounds" and " He routinely beats double-teams with his combination of power and quickness, and has the ability to play in any scheme at the next level." As for Hurst, Easterling calls him a "somewhat undersized but disruptive defender who uses his explosive first step and violent hands to beat opposing blockers on a regular basis." They both have a chance to be very effective players, but it seems like Hurst offers the higher floor, with Vea providing the higher ceiling.
Source: Draft Wire
Feb 25 - 2:38 PM

Notre Dame signed three-star 2018 CB DJ Brown, who had previously been committed to Virginia.

Brown was a long-time commit to the Cavs, but opened up his commitment in January, and ends up signing with the Irish. Evaluations report that Brown has quality length (6'1/185) and stays in his backpedal well, but will need to work on his footwork, and also will have to get stronger in order to press receivers.
Source: ND Insider
Feb 25 - 2:22 PM
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