Podcast: Waldman on QBs

Podcast: Waldman on QBs
Josh Norris and Matt Waldman dissect the top quarterback prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft.
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Wake Forest senior WR Tabari Hines will pursue transfer opportunities after graduating in the spring.

A school spokesman reports that he's "looking into opportunities to find a place to start." Hines' departure would be a big loss for the Demon Deacons, and potentially a significant gain for whichever program he transfers to. He caught 53 passes for 683 yards in the 2017 campaign, and also scored seven touchdowns. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound receiver will become immediately eligible for whatever program he transfers to since he will leave with his degree.
Feb 23 - 5:28 PM

New Mexico redshirt freshman RB Daevon Vigilant is expected to see more carries this spring with Lobos RB Tyrone Owens sitting out (academics).

Vigilant (5'7/182) was expected to be a part of the Lobos' rotation last year, but he broke a finger in the 2017 season opener, so he was limited to just four carries. He recently won a medical hardship waiver because he also tore an ACL just before his freshman season was supposed to get going in 2016. Reports indicate he's a shifty runner who can make tacklers miss, so even when/if Owens is ruled eligible, he's a player that could get a significant amount of touches in New Mexico's new spread offense.
Feb 23 - 5:20 PM

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield, UCLA QB Josh Rosen and Wyoming QB Josh Allen will all throw at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Get your popcorn ready. The three quarterbacks join Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph as top signal-callers who have announced that they will throw at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on March 3, and USC's Sam Darnold and Louisville's Lamar Jackson are also expected to take part. This doesn't come as a major surprise, as it's been an Olympic cycle since we've seen a top-ranked quarterback not throw at the event when Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel elected to pass, or not pass, to be more accurate, in 2014. Mayfield, Rosen are all very likely to go in the first round, but a strong showing in Indianapolis next week will help cement their status.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 23 - 5:10 PM

Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports reports that Ed Warinner is expected to take over the offensive line coaching duties for Michigan with Tim Drevno stepping down.

Warinner was hired as an analyst this offseason. He's coached offensive lines at both Ohio State and Minnesota. He was also a candidate to join the Titans staff this offseason to work for the Titans. It's unknown at this point what Michigan will do at the offensive coordinator position, but it could go to recently hired former Florida coach Jim McElwain.
Feb 23 - 5:03 PM

Purdue HC Jeff Brohm said that redshirt senior G Shane Evans (undisclosed) is expected to miss "quite a bit" of spring practice.

The exact nature of Evans' injury is not known. Brohm said merely that he'd gotten "some work" done on the surgical front this offseason. That it might not keep him out of the whole of spring practice is at least somewhat encouraging. The 6-foot-4, 310-pounder transferred over to the Boilermakers from Northern Illinois last summer and went on to start at left guard for his fresh outfit during the 2017 campaign. All told, Brohm ticked off eight players who will either miss spring practice outright or miss a large chunk of it.
Source: Rivals
Feb 23 - 4:57 PM

Purdue junior RB Richie Worship (knee) will sit out spring practice.

Worship (6'0/260) underwent surgery for an injury to his ACL in mid-November. Prior to his sidelining, he had rushed for 257 yards and a trio of touchdowns. There's no current timetable for his recovery, but a return by August camp would be realistic enough barring setback.
Source: Rivals
Feb 23 - 4:43 PM

New Mexico redshirt senior RB Tyrone Owens (academics) will not participate in spring practice.

Owens (5'9/187) has been an integral performer for New Mexico over the past two seasons, having rushed for 1,867 yards across 24 games played in that space. With classroom issues holding him back for the spring, that'll open the door for Daevon Vigilant, Kentrail Moran and Zahneer Shuler to see closer looks. JUCO transfer Ahmari Davis will also be in the mix. It's a very inexperienced running backs room beyond Owens. To whit, if we set Davis aside, Vigilant, Moran and Shuler have combined for just 36 yards on 20 carries. We'll have to wait and see whether Owens can overcome his academic hurdles by the start of August camp. If he can't, that would put the Lobos in a very tough spot.
Feb 23 - 4:37 PM

Purdue redshirt sophomore OL Grant Hermanns (knee) is expected to miss spring practice.

Hermanns (6'7/295) sustained a torn left ACL in early November and subsequently underwent surgery to repair the injury. Boilermakers HC Jeff Brohm is hopeful that he'll be ready to roll by the start of August camp. We should see further update on his health as the offseason continues on its steady way.
Source: Rivals
Feb 23 - 4:24 PM
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