2019 NFL Draft offensive ranks

2019 NFL Draft offensive ranks
Thor Nystrom dives deep, ranking his top-15 at each offensive position in a too-early look at the 2019 NFL Draft.
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Uncommitted four-star 2019 DT Siaki Ika took an unofficial visit to Washington on Friday.

"The coaches made it very clear that I’m high on their board and that’s something that sticks with me," said Ika, who came away from the visit quite impressed with the program in Seattle. The 6-foot-3, 360-pound defensive tackle has locked in an official visit to Washington, though that won't be taking place until Dec. 14. He plans on making use of the early signing window, a good sign for the Huskies given that the scheduled official will fall just about one week before Ika can put pen to paper with his NLI. Last impressions are often best impressions in the recruiting game. As for programs to watch beyond Washington, both Alabama and USC should be considered prime contenders for the pledge. On the 247Sports composite board, Ika ranks as the No. 175 overall prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
May 26 - 1:36 PM

Uncommitted four-star 2019 WR Trey Knox plans on taking official visits to Arkansas, Florida, Notre Dame and Tennessee this summer.

Knox (6'5/218) already has his eye on those four programs for his officials, leaving him one last such allotted visit. That could potentially go to one of Auburn or Alabama, though it should be noted that the Crimson Tide have yet to actually extend an offer to the four-star wideout. Rivals analyst Woody Wommack predicted earlier this month that the Volunteers would ultimately snag his pledge. His size is palatable for early red zone work and he's strong in his routes on top of that, though there are some questions about just how much separation he'll be able to make at the collegiate level, especially early in his career.
Source: Rivals
May 26 - 1:13 PM

Indiana redshirt junior WR Nick Westbrook (knee) was medically-cleared for spring practice.

Westbrook (6'3/215) saw his 2017 derailed before it had barely begun, tearing his ACL on the opening kickoff of last year's opener versus Ohio State. He subsequently received a medical redshirt for the campaign. While he's still rehabbing from that severe knee injury this offseason, all is on track for a healthy return. He was cleared on the medical front prior to spring practice. That the team opted to put him in a non-contact jersey for those practices was in large part a play-it-safe move. During a healthy 2016 season, Westbrook caught 54 passes for 995 yards and six touchdowns.
May 26 - 12:57 PM

On Clemson's freshly released summer depth chart, sophomore RB Travis Etienne was listed as the starting running back.

Etienne (6'0/195) split carries with Tavien Feaster last season, exploding for 776 rushing yards (7.2 YPC) and 13 touchdowns while receiving relatively diluted touches. He finished with 107 totes of the rock for the year. Expect that number to see a significant jump this time around. Feaster and Adam Choice are fighting it out for depth-chart positioning behind the sophomore. Unless one of them makes a monster push in August camp, it looks like this could be Etienne's show during the upcoming campaign.
Source: The State
May 26 - 12:39 PM

Oregon State redshirt senior LB Bright Ugwoegbu was suspended indefinitely at the start of spring practice.

Ugwoegbu (6'2/235) was forced to sit out spring ball in Corvallis due to an unspecified violation of team rules. The redshirt senior linebacker has made 20 starts for his career -- tops among returning players -- and posted 55 tackles (4.5 for loss) and a forced fumble last season. Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Hamilcar Rashed, Kee Whetzel and Kameron Carroll were all receiving extended looks in Ugwoegbu's absence this spring. Just when he might be eligible to return from his indefinite suspension is not yet known.
May 26 - 12:30 PM

Texas received a verbal commitment from 2020 QB Hudson Card.

Card (6'2/170) is the first prospect from the 2020 class to opt in with the Longhorns. His offers list also included Ole Miss, Oregon, Michigan and Arizona (among others). This upcoming season will be his first starting at quarterback for Lake Travis (Tex.), as he had previously been blocked by Matthew Baldwin. Baldwin signed on with Ohio State over the winter. A sign of his athleticism, the dual-threat quarterback began his high school career as a receiver. On the 247Sports composite board, Card ranks as the No. 170 overall player in the 2020 class.
May 26 - 12:14 PM

Ohio HC Frank Solich will be awarded the Tom Osborne Legacy Award at the Outland Trophy banquet in Omaha, Nebraska, on Jan. 9.

The award in question is handed out annually by the FWAA for excellence in areas including integrity, fair play and sportsmanship. This particular award figures to be quite meaningful to Solich, who not only played ball at the university, but also took over for Osborne at Nebraska in 1998. He proceeded to post a 58-19 record up until his firing following the 2003 season. Ohio brought him in to serve as head coach in 2005. When Solich accepts the award in Omaha this winter, it will represent a rare public appearance in the state of Nebraska since he was let go in Lincoln 15 years ago.
Source: ESPN.com
May 26 - 12:03 PM

Uncommitted five-star 2019 T Devontae Dobbs has narrowed his field down to eight finalists.

Dobbs (6'4/270) is aiming to commit to one of Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oklahoma and USC, but don't expect him to make his choice in the near future. He fully plans on making use of his allotted official visits. At this juncture, Michigan State may well be the program to beat. 247Sports' Allen Trieu notes that while Dobbs plays tackle currently, his cleanest collegiate fit might come at guard. On the 247Sports composite board, he ranks as the No. 10 overall prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
May 26 - 11:36 AM
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