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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Temple is promoting Director of Player Personnel Larry Knight to be the new OLB coach.

Knight will replace Cory Robinson, who is leaving the Owls to be the new DB coach at Rutgers. He joined the staff in February of last year as a quality control coach for defense and recruiting.
Feb 18 - 6:39 PM

Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports that Pitt DL coach Charlie Partridge is a candidate to coach the defensive line at Alabama.

Zenitz also reports that South Carolina DL coach Lance Thompson, former Seahawks DL Travis Jones, and assistant DL coach for the Chargers Eric Henderson are candidates for the position. Partridge was formally the head coach at FAU, but was let go after a 3-9 season. He signed on with the Panthers in 2017, and is now a candidate to coach the loaded Alabama front four. The opening comes after Karl Dunbar left the Crimson Tide to coach on the Pittsburgh Steeler staff.
Source: AL.com
Feb 18 - 6:20 PM

Scarlet Nation reports that Rutgers will hire Temple's Cory Robinson to be the new DB coach.

It was Robinson's first year on staff at Temple, and he helped the Owls have the best pass defense in the AAC in 2017. Prior to that he coached at at Toledo, and he was also an analyst at Maryland.
Feb 18 - 6:12 PM

Duke is hiring Louisiana Tech LB coach Lanier Goethie to serve in the same capacity.

Goethie previously played under Blue Devils HC David Cutcliffe at Ole Miss. In addition to coaching at Louisiana Tech, he's also been a part of staffs for Delta State and North Greenville, and he served as a graduate assistant for Cutcliffe at Ole Miss as well.
Feb 18 - 6:04 PM

ESPN still lists Clemson as the No. 1 team in their way-too-early top 25 teams for the 2018 season.

Clemson remains at one, Alabama remains at two, Georgia jumps from five to three, Ohio State goes from three to four, Oklahoma drops from four to five, and Washington jumps up one to six. The Tigers return a boatload of talent, and also ranked first in the Football Power Index, or FPI. "After falling short of winning back-to-back national championships, the Tigers should enter 2018 as a heavy favorite to win the ACC and make their fourth straight appearance in the CFP," they write. It's a long way away, but another Clemson-Alabama matchup could be percolating.
Source: ESPN
Feb 18 - 5:46 PM

FanRag Sports writer Peter Bukowski projects the Seahawks to select Texas A&M Christian Kirk with the 18th pick in his seven-round mock draft for Seattle.

This would be interesting. The Seahawks have Doug Baldwin as a legit top-option, but Paul Richardson is a free agent, and so is Jimmy Graham. The Seahawks obviously need pass-catchers, but they also have huge needs on the offensive line, and potentially running back. They also don't have a pick in the second or third round. "The Seahawks don’t seem to mind having a shorter group of receivers and at 5-foot-11, Kirk is hardly "small," particularly at a rocked-up 200 pounds," Bukowski writes. "If the Legion of Boom’s time is coming to a close, perhaps prioritizing offensive skill talent to build a team around Russell Wilson will be the move."
Feb 18 - 5:18 PM

Pro Football Focus lists Colorado State RB Dalyn Dawkins as one of the most versatile offensive weapons in the 2018 draft class.

Dawkins was mostly used at running back for Colorado State, and he was one of the most productive backs in the Mountain West during his time with the Rams. He's also shown effectiveness as a receiver, and PFF notes that some believe he profiles best in the slot. "[Dawkins has] shown though that he can be a value-added slot player who can still take carries from the backfield in the same way Green Bay’s Randall Cobb has or Percy Harvin did in the past," the analysis team writes. At 5-foot-9, 175-pounds, Dawkins will have to show that versatility if he's going to be drafted. He could be a steal if he does.
Feb 18 - 4:57 PM

Multiple players have reported that workouts under new Florida HC Dan Mullen and the strength and conditioning coaches have been more difficult than in the past.

It's Mullen's first year at the school, so that could lead to the extra intensity, but it was commonly understood that workouts for the coach at Mississippi State were also difficult. That's not to say that workouts under former coach Jim McElwain were "easy," but Mullen appears to be pushing players harder as they try and get back to relevance in the Southeastern Conference. We'll find out if that pays off for the Gators in a little over six months.
Feb 18 - 4:40 PM
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