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Clemson sophomore QB Hunter Johnson will transfer.

Johnson was considered one of the top prospects in the 2017 class at the quarterback position, but the arrival of five-star signal-caller Trevor Lawrence and the presence of incumbent starter Kelly Bryant made it difficult to project Johnson becoming a starter for the Tigers anytime soon. In limited playing time, he completed 77 percent of his passes for 234 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Expect plenty of schools to have interest in the 6-foot-3, 200-pound quarterback, as he offers big-time upside at the position. Assuming Johnson transfers to an FBS school, he'll have to sit out the 2018 season -- assuming he doesn't receive clearance from the NCAA to play immediately.
Source: The State
May 21 - 11:10 AM

Redshirt freshman Andrew Ward announced his intention to transfer from Nebraska.

Ward becomes the fifth player to transfer -- or at least announce his intentions to transfer -- since Scott Frost took over as head coach. A three-star signing who had offers from schools like Penn State and Virginia Tech, Ward redshirted last year, and the 6-foot-1, 200-pound linebacker will still have three years of eligibility at whatever school he lands at. Unless that schools is an FCS or below, however, he'll have to sit out the 2018 season.
May 21 - 11:03 AM

ESPN's Alex Scarborough reports that South Carolina redshirt sophomore RB Ty'Son Williams could end up being the starter at tailback for the Gamecocks in 2018.

As Scarborough writes, the South Carolina passing game doesn't have many questions in the passing game with Deebo Samuel at wide receiver and Jake Bentley at quarterback. The running game does, however, but there are options here, particularly Williams. "There are three good options in A.J. Turner, Rico Dowdle and Ty'Son Williams, but no feature back," writes Scarborough. "Could Williams, who coaches believe could be the most talented of the bunch, step into that mold? The former four-star prospect had a touchdown and led all rushers with 63 yards on four carries in the spring game." Don't be surprised if the former UNC transfer becomes the top option for the Gamecocks in 2018.
Source: ESPN
May 20 - 2:00 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg lists Baylor redshirt junior Jake Fruhmorgen as one of the transfers to watch for in 2018.

Baylor is Fruhmorgen's third team, as he originally transferred from Clemson to Florida, but then left the program before enrolling at Baylor about a month and a half later. He made six starts for the Tigers in their national championship season, but lost his starting job after suffering a shoulder injury. As Rittenberg reports, Fruhmorgen is expected to handle the left tackle position for the Bears in 2018 on a line that should be the strength of Baylor's team this fall.
Source: ESPN
May 20 - 1:33 PM

Louisiana-Lafayette received a verbal commitment from 2019 three-star QB Chandler Fields.

Fields also had an offer from Memphis, and had interest from both Arizona State and Oklahoma State. While he doesn't possess elite size (5'11/182) he threw for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns during his junior year at Rummel HS in Louisiana, and 247 Sports ranks him the 35th best pro-style quarterback in the 2019 prep class. This could be the quarterback of the future for the Ragin' Cajuns.
May 20 - 1:22 PM

ESPN's Andrea Adelson reports that Miami senior T Tyree St. Louis could start at left tackle for the Hurricanes in 2018.

St. Louis has started the last 21 games for Miami at right tackle, but Adelson notes that St. Louis ended the spring on the left side. "The Hurricanes have to replace the entire starting left side of their offensive line, with KC McDermott and Trevor Darling gone," she writes. "But that remains a work in progress after a spring in which the line struggled to play consistently." St. Louis could see his draft stock improve dramatically if he starts at left tackle and performs well in the ACC in 2018.
Source: ESPN
May 20 - 12:59 PM

Mississippi received a verbal commitment from four-star 2020 T Eli Acker.

Acker (6'5/260) only has the Ole Miss offer at this point, but considering that his class is two years away from enrolling, the offers are likely going to start piling up. He also reportedly was considering Arkansas and Mississippi State. He currently ranks 29th among offensive tackles in the 247 Sports composite rankings, and sixth among 2020 players in the state of Mississippi.
Source: 247 Sports
May 20 - 12:44 PM

USC received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 QB Kedon Slovis.

Slovis (6'3/195) picked the Trojans over programs like NC State, Arizona State, Cal and Oregon State, among others. He's rated the 54th best quarterback by 247 Sports in their 2019 rankings, and the 25th best player out of the state of California. He'll have to battle with several highly recruited players at the position to get on the field, but Slovis is reportedly a smart player that can read defenses, and that along with quality accuracy could help him do just that.
May 20 - 12:26 PM

Chattanooga signed three-star DT Josh Walker in February.

Walker had offers from much bigger schools, and was a commit to Arizona at one point. He was also considering Wake Forest, Arizona State and Minnesota at one point, and had offers from several other Power Five schools. As one of the few "highly rated" prospects that signed with an FCS program, there will be a lot of eyes on the 6-foot-2, 285-pound defender, but we've certainly seen prospects at that level become NFL prospects. There's a long way to go before that happens, but he's certainly a name to keep an eye on.
May 20 - 12:11 PM

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg listed LSU redshirt junior Breiden DT Fehoko as one of the transfers to watch for in 2018.

Fehoko transferred to LSU in April of 2017, and the former five-star recruit is expected to play a big part of the Tiger defense this fall. "A defensive front that loses Arden Key and Christian LaCouture needs productive players to step up," writes Rittenberg. "Fehoko brings experience after starting two seasons for Texas Tech, but he'll need to be more productive in a superior league for LSU."
Source: ESPN
May 20 - 11:55 AM

Wisconsin received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 T Logan Brown in November.

Brown is considered one of -- if not the -- best offensive lineman in the class, so it goes without question that this is a tremendous get for Wisconsin. He was also considering Michigan, Florida and Alabama to name a select few, and had offers from basically all of your major powers. Reports indicate that Brown (6'5/285) has "jolting" power and that he can get to the second level with athleticism. In the Badgers' system, that's huge. Brown could be another in a long line of impressive offensive lineman to make their way from Madison to the NFL.
Source: Land Of 10
May 20 - 11:43 AM

Redshirt junior G Dallas Warmack is transferring from Alabama to Oregon.

Warmack (6'2/313) was rumored to be heading to Oregon as soon as he announced his decision to transfer earlier in May, but now it's official. Because he's transferring as a graduate, he'll be immediately eligible to play for the Ducks, and will also have two years of eligibility. He's the brother of Chance Warmack, a former first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans back in 2013.
May 20 - 11:34 AM

Notre Dame received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 DE NaNa Osafo-Mensah.

Osafo-Mensah's reported finalists were Notre Dame and Texas, but he also had interest from schools like Alabama, Florida, LSU and Michigan. The 6-foot-4, 231-pound edge-rusher is a major get for Brian Kelly and staff, as he ranks 69th in 247 Sports list of the top players in the country. Reports indicate he'll have to improve his reaction times, but that he doesn't have a significant weakness, and he's quick to disengage from blockers.
May 20 - 11:21 AM

Junior WR Rashad Still will transfer from Minnesota to Davenport.

No, Still is not transferring to a sofa. Davenport is a Division II program located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Because he's transferring out of the FBS level, he'll be immediately eligible to play. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound wide receiver has battled injuries and suspensions, and made only two catches for the Gophers in 2018. He could have a chance to show off his talent at the lower levels.
May 20 - 11:10 AM

Nebraska junior C Michael Decker announced that he's stepping away from football.

It's effectively a "retirement" for Decker, who started five games at center for Nebraska in 2017. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound lineman was sidelined with a knee injury in October, and Decker announced on Twitter that he could "no longer [accommodate] football's commitments." Cole Conrad and Hunter Miller are the most likely candidates to start at center for the Cornhuskers in 2018.
May 20 - 10:59 AM



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