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247Sports' Josh Henschke hears that former Central Michigan HC John Bonamego is drawing interest from the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions.

Bonamego was fired by CMU following a four-year run with the program in which his teams compiled an overall record of 22-29. Following his termination, he worked as a consultant for Michigan as they prepped for their Peach Bowl date with Florida (little good that did). According to Henschke, it's possible that Bonamego could land a role as analyst permanently with the Wolverines, though his focus at this time would be on a pro job. He is not green to the NFL in the slightest, having worked at that level for over a decade before CMU came calling back in 2015.
Jan 19 - 5:22 PM

Football Scoop reports that Florida HC Dan Mullen is "strongly considering" hiring former Philadelphia Eagles DL coach Chris Wilson to serve in the same capacity.

Wilson had been coaching on the Eagles' staff since 2016, but was not retained following Philly's loss to the Saints in the NFL playoffs this past weekend. He is already familiar with Mullen, having served as DL coach at Mississippi State under Mullen in 2010 and receiving a promotion to DC with the Bulldogs from 2011-12.
Jan 19 - 5:14 PM

South Carolina redshirt senior DE Shameik Blackshear transferred to TCU.

Blackshear (6'4/250) logged 27 tackles (4.0 for loss) and a sack while playing in 10 games during the 2018 campaign. It was his best overall season since enrolling at South Carolina as a four-star recruit in the 2015 class. As a graduate transfer, Blackshear will be eligible to play immediately at TCU once the 2019 season gets underway.
Jan 19 - 4:57 PM

UCLA received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 DE Noah Keeter.

Keeter (6'5/224) drew an offer from the Bruins on the heels of an official visit to the program taken earlier this month. Thus far, UCLA has been the only Power 5 program to show serious interest in the defensive end -- his other offers have come from the likes of Air Force, Army and Charlotte. On the 247Sports composite board, Keeter lands as the No. 90 weakside defensive end prospect in the 2019 class.
Source: 247Sports
Jan 19 - 4:50 PM

The Draft Network's Jon Ledyard passes along that Ole Miss WR DaMarkus Lodge (undisclosed) will not participate in the East-West Shrine Game.

Per Ledyard, Lodge was dinged up during Wednesday's practice. He's out there on the sidelines on Saturday, but won't be taking part in any of the action. The 6-foot-2, 204-pound wideout is a likely Day 3 selection for later this spring. He'll try to get back into the flow of the draft process at the NFL Scouting Combine next month (assuming he receives the invite, and assuming health allows).
Jan 19 - 3:23 PM

UCLA redshirt freshman TE Matt Alaimo transferred to Rutgers.

Alaimo (6'5/235) signed with UCLA as a three-star recruit last winter. He did not appear in a game during his first season of collegiate ball and will be able to preserve a year of eligibility via a redshirt. While Alaimo is hopeful that he will be able to play immediately in 2019, that would require a waiver from the NCAA. It's not immediately clear what grounds the tight end would have for that waiver.
Source: NJ.com
Jan 19 - 3:19 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline passes along that Colorado School of Mines WR Brody Oliver more than held his own during East-West Shrine Game practices.

Per Pauline, scouts viewed him as performing up to snuff when compared to West teammates KeeSean Johnson and Cody Thompson. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder shredded Division II competition this past season in logging a 73-1339-21 receiving line over the course of 11 games played. He'll try to make a splash in the East-West Shrine Game itself, kicking off shortly. At this juncture, Pauline stamps Oliver with a UDFA grade, though there should be room for him to improve off that if he can capitalize on the remainder of the draft process.
Jan 19 - 2:59 PM

New Mexico hired Liberty OC/QB coach Joe Dailey to serve in the same capacity.

Dailey has been working on staff with the Flames since 2012. During the 2018 campaign -- Liberty's first as an FBS Independent -- he helped guide an offense which ranked 35th in the country in scoring offense. Dailey steps in for Calvin Magee, who earlier this winter left to coach tight ends at Ole Miss.
Jan 19 - 2:49 PM
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