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NFL.com's Lance Zierlein compares Boston College CB Isaac Yiadom to Washington Redskins Bashaud Breeland.

Zierlein projects Yiadom (6'0/187) to be drafted in the 3rd round, saying he "looks long and lean, but he plays with adequate strength in disrupting routes and has the aggressiveness to challenge and muddle the catch-point." Zierlein also mentions his "special teams value may move him ahead of similar cornerbacks in this draft." Yiadom continued to help his draft stock after standing out in the Senior Bowl during one-on-one drills and recording three pass breakups during the game.
Feb 21 - 9:07 PM

An anonymous NFC area scout said USC LB Uchenna Nwosu is "worth a pick on day three because we haven't really seen what he's going to be yet."

The scout mentioned Nwosu (6'3/240) only starting 2.5 years at USC as a potential issue. NFL.com's Lance Zierlein compares him to Browns LB Christian Kirksey and projects him as a 3rd-to-4th round pick. He "flashes the athletic traits and speed off the edge that teams will be looking for but the overall tape is very uneven." Zierlen also notes that if he tests well at the combine "teams may fall in love with his burst and eyeball a future role as a designated pass rusher."
Source: NFL.com
Feb 21 - 8:51 PM

Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph (foot) said he's 100-percent healthy.

Rudolph was forced to miss the Senior Bowl while recovering from a mid-foot sprain suffered in the bowl game. He'll be healthy for the NFL Combine, including throwing drills -- though Rudolph said he may not be able to do the short shuttle or L-drill. "As of today, I'm running full speed during some 20- and 40-yard dashes," he said. "I'm also 100 percent in regard to throwing and all of that." The 6-foot-5, 230-pounder was asked about pre- and post-snap reads in the OSU offense, a question mark surrounding his pre-draft evaluation process. "When I dropped back, there were a lot of progression reads," he said. "Yes, there were coverage reads that eliminated one side of the field. But there were true progressions as well where I had to look at one, two, three, four or even five depending on the coverage."
Feb 21 - 8:49 PM

An anonymous AFC area scout said South Carolina State LB Darius Leonard "has a chance to be a war daddy once he has an NFL training table and strength program behind him."

The scout mentioned that Leonard is a hard worker and fast learner. NFL.com 's Lance Zierlein comps Leonard to Tennessee Titans LB Wesley Woodyard and projects him as a Day 2 pick. "He lacks play strength and there are times you want to see more nasty in his field demeanor, but he has the traits and talent to become a good, three-down linebacker who can play 3-4 inside backer or 4-3 WILL," Zierlein wrote. The analyst predicts that Leonard will "light up the combine."
Source: NFL.com
Feb 21 - 8:37 PM

North Carolina hired Arkansas State WR coach and special teams coordinator Luke Paschall to its coaching staff.

No word yet on what his official title will be, but Paschall's responsibilities will reportedly include working with the special teams. Paschall was a grad assistant at UNC during the first two years of HC Larry Fedora’s tenure (2012 and 2013). He's been with the Red Wolves since.
Feb 21 - 8:23 PM

Appalachian State sophomore RB Daetrich Harrington suffered a torn ACL.

Harrington (6'0/185) tore his ACL during spring practice and will have surgery within the next two weeks. After serious injuries to the Mountaineers top two running backs in 2017, Harrington was forced into action and racked up 259 yards on 59 carries. If rehab goes well, Harrington should return at some point during the 2018 season.
Feb 21 - 8:20 PM
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