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Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry will enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

No surprise if this one comes to pass, as Harry is viewed as one of the best receivers in the 2019 pool of draft-eligible players and is a likely Round 1 pick. You can expect to see a range of opinions when it comes to his pro potential during the evaluating season. Pauline, for one, voices concern over the overall athleticism level he's seen on film -- though he's been told that the wideout is expected to run well at the combine -- while The Draft Network's Benjamin Solack has questions regarding Harry's discipline in his routes, and his sometime-tendency to be pushed around by more physical corners. We can't wait to see Harry tango with Washington's Byron Murphy on Saturday.
Sep 21 - 5:19 PM

The Draft Network's Benjamin Solack notes that Oregon redshirt senior DE Jalen Jelks is "spending his time more frequently on the outside instead of the interior."

Solack sees this as a plus for Jelks' draft prospects, likewise the fact that the 6-foot-6, 245-pounder has added weight since the close of the 2017 campaign. He'll be one to watch when the Ducks take on Stanford upcoming. Writes the analyst, "If Jelks is the early-round selection I think he is, he must shed the tweener label — that effort truly begins on Saturday night." What Solak will be look for, in particular, is how Jelks handles Cardinal LT A.T. Hall. That's a matchup that Jelks should be able to win.
Sep 21 - 5:01 PM

Kansas State received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 TE Konner Fix.

Fix (6'5/225) was receiving considerable interest from G5 programs such as UConn, Louisiana Tech and SMU, as well as a little P5 love, with both Purdue and Duke kicking the tires with offers, here. And Kansas State, of course. 247Sports' Gabe Brooks refers to the newest baby Wildcat as a "terrific pass-catcher, especially for a projected tight end" and notes that he has a frame which should allow for added healthy playing weight, which would in turn help him to handle in-line duties when asked.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 21 - 4:47 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline writes that Kentucky senior LB Jordan Jones is an "underrated commodity" as a prospect.

Pauline notes that the 6-foot-2, 221-pound Jones "plays sideline to sideline." In his study of the senior linebacker, the analyst has observed that he possesses very nice coverage chops for his position. Medical checks will be important for his draft stock, as he's dealt with shoulder injuries -- he underwent surgery for one in April, and missed four games a year ago with a separate issue. Pauline stamps Jones with a fifth-round grade for the spring. Three games into the 2018 campaign, Jones has registered 16 tackles with four passes defended.
Sep 21 - 4:32 PM

UCLA redshirt sophomore QB Devon Modster will transfer.

In his Twitter announcement, Modster (6'1/250) thanked former Bruins HC Jim Mora -- who recruited him -- for the opportunity he had been afforded. This is as logical a decision as you'll see. Setting aside Wilton Speight, who is a quarterbacking one-off, Modster has clearly fallen behind true freshman Dorian Thompson-Robinson in the eyes of the coaching staff. He's yet to attempt a pass this season, and that's even with Speight missing the last two games, both of which ended as blowouts. Modster did have one touch of time in the sun last season, when the former four-star recruit filled in for an injured Josh Rosen to throw for 671 yards with a 4/0 TD/INT ratio while seeing the field in five games.
Sep 21 - 4:17 PM

USC senior LB Porter Gustin will sit out the first half of Friday's game against Washington State as punishment for his targeting ejection in the second half of last weekend's loss to Texas.

Just a friendly reminder in case you tune into our first bit of Pac-12 After Dark action on Friday and are left wondering why Gustin's not on the field. Gustin was ejected last Saturday after leveling Sam Ehlinger with a big hit which knocked the quarterback's helmet off. The hit itself did not look particularly egregious in terms of targeting, and frankly, if a helmet is being worn properly, it shouldn't be able to fly off at all. Regardless, Gustin's out for a half. Look for redshirt freshman Hunter Echols to see an extended run against the Cougars as the team tries to cover for the temporary absence of its senior leader. Through three games, he has registered 15 tackles (5.5 for loss), four sacks and one pass defensed.
Sep 21 - 3:56 PM

San Diego State junior RB Juwan Washington (toe) is expected to play in Saturday's game against Eastern Michigan.

Washington (5'7/190) is dealing with a bout of turf toe (on the left hoof) and was held out of practice early in the week, but Kirk Kenney of the San Diego Union-Tribune hears that the junior standout was able to practice during Thursday's closed session. Barring a late setback, he should be good to go versus EMU. Washington has stepped right up to replace Rashaad Penny without issue this season, rumbling for 452 yards (5.2 YPC) and five touchdowns through three games. He's topped 135 yards in every game this year, with two of those contests seeing him go off for more than 155 yards.
Sep 21 - 3:46 PM

Uncommitted three-star 2019 LB Travion Brown tagged Washington State as the leader for his pledge.

Brown (6'3/215) will take an official visit to Pullman when HC Mike Leach's squad plays host to Utah on Sept. 29, a week from Saturday. Thus far, that's the only official he has lined up. Fresno State is the other prime contender in the mental hierarchy of the Temecula, California, native, but it would appear that the Bulldogs will have some ground to make up over the coming months. Brown told 247Sports that he plans on signing with his future program during the early December window. On the outlet's composite board, he ranks as the No. 77 prospect in the state of California for the 2019 class. While that might seem like a bottom-feeding ranking, 247Sports, itself, sees things in a slightly more optimistic light and assigns him four-star status while grading him as the No. 343 overall prospect in the cycle.
Source: 247Sports
Sep 21 - 3:38 PM
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