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ESPN's Phil Steele projects Clemson to win the ACC Atlantic in 2018.

No surprise here. Clemson has dominated the division over the past few years, and they bring back a team that should not only contend for a division title, but a potential championship. "I thought all four defensive linemen would leave early for the NFL," Steele writes, "but all four returned and Clemson has a veteran quarterback and moves to No. 23 on my experience chart and should make the playoff for a third straight year."
Source: ESPN
Jul 20 - 8:52 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes that Penn State senior LB Manny Bowen could be back with the Nittany Lions in 2018.

Bowen was dismissed from the program at the end of December after he was given a season-ending suspension in November. Pauline, however, hears that there are rumblings that Bowen will be back with the Nittany Lions in 2018. He was a big part of the defense before the suspension/dismissal; registering 51 tackles -- three for loss and recovering a fumble. We'll see if Bowen is back in good graces with James Franklin and company soon.
Jul 20 - 8:29 PM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein lists Georgia sophomore RB D'Andre Swift as the top running back to watch in college football in 2018.

Well, that's a bit of a surprise. That's not to take anything away from Swift; he's a premium talent who flashed huge upside in his freshman campaign with the Bulldogs. It's just a bit of an upset to see him listed over some of the other stud tailbacks in college football this year. ", Swift possesses the desired combination of size, discipline, toughness and quickness to become a top-tier lead back," Zierlein writes. He also notes that he only had double-digit carries once, and it's worth mentioning that Georgia brought in two five-star running backs this winter. Still, for all the reasons Zierlein mentions, Swift could easily be the top tailback in college football in 2018.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 20 - 8:19 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline gives Ohio State junior WR Binjimen Victor a second-round grade coming into the season.

Victor is one of four players to get first or second-round pick grades, joining defensive end Nick Bosa, defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones and safety Jordan Fuller. He's also one of four wideouts to get a Day 2 grade along with Parris Campbell, Austin Mack and K.J. Hill. "The junior wideout has excellent length and legitimate speed," writes Pauline. "He presents himself as a vertical receiver and also catches the underneath routes on a regular basis." There doesn't seem to be much consensus as to who the top wideout on the Buckeyes is among analysts, but with a 6-foot-4, 200-pound frame, it's easy to see why Victor tops Pauline -- and several others -- boards to start the season.
Jul 20 - 7:25 PM

Alabama redshirt junior C Ross Pierschbacher is one of 58 preseason nominees for the Remington Trophy.

The Remington Trophy -- surprise, surprise -- goes to the top center in the country. Pierschbacher is making the switch back to center this year, and is considered one of the top interior lineman in the country. Others on the list include Georgia’s Lamont Gaillard, Texas A&M’s Erik McCoy, and Texas’s Zach Shackelford, The full list of nominees can be viewed in the line below.
Jul 20 - 7:14 PM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein lists Michigan junior LB Devin Bush third among linebackers to watch in 2018.

Bush was a star for the Michigan defense in 2017, as Zierlein notes, and his speed made him a force to be reckoned with in the middle of the Wolverine linebacker corps. As an NFL player, however, Zierlein believes that Bush and his 5-foot-11, 232-pound frame plays better as a weak-side linebacker. "Bush plays with a good feel for sifting through the traffic when he's pursuing ball carriers and he's very adept adjusting his pursuit angles when needed," he writes. "However, he will need to be careful about running under blocks and opening running lanes." Bush is getting first-round grades from several top analysts, and if he does leave as a junior, he should be one of the top linebackers off the board come this spring.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 20 - 7:02 PM
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