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The Athletic's Stewart Mandel writes that it wouldn't be a surprise if Auburn redshirt junior Jack Driscoll won the starting RT job.

Driscoll came to Auburn this spring after transferring as a graduate to Auburn from UMass. He made 20 starts for the Minutemen, and his experience gives him a chance to be a part of the Tigers' offensive line. He'll have to beat out a former five-star recruit in Calvin Ashley, but if Auburn wants to put it's most experienced offensive line up against what should be a strong Washington defense in the opener, Driscoll might be the way to go.
Jul 22 - 2:28 PM
Troy Dye - LB - Ducks

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein lists Oregon junior LB Troy Dye fifth among his top linebackers for 2018.

The inside linebacker position is loaded in 2018, and Dye is one of the best of the group. "Dye really separates himself from some of the other linebackers who are not on this list with his athletic talent and ability to range in pass coverage," he writes. "He has the lateral quickness to stay ahead of climbing blockers as well as the burst to shoot gaps and make tackles in the backfield." Dye has two years left, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see him in the NFL if he puts up another solid season for the Ducks this fall.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 22 - 2:15 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline lists Wisconsin redshirt sophomore center Tyler Biadasz as the "next top center" on the Wisconsin roster.

Wisconsin has several offensive lineman who get draftable grades from Pauline, but only right tackle David Edwards ranks above Biadasz on Pauline's board. He notes that he's not as big as some of the previous players at the position -- although at 6-foot-3, 322-pounds he's far from petite -- but his ability to explode to the next level as a blocker makes him intriguing. There are three more years of eligibility for Biadasz, but the NFL could come calling for the redshirt sophomore sooner than later.
Jul 22 - 1:59 PM

The Athletic's Max Olson writes that Troy will find a way to get Troy senior WR Traveon Samuel the football in 2018.

Samuel comes to Troy via Louisville, where he transferred after graduating to allow him immediate eligibility. The 5-foot-7 speedster caught 21 passes and started six games for the Cardinals, and his shiftiness and speed could make him a major threat in the Sun Belt conference. There are questions as to who will be delivering the football for the Trojans in 2018, but be it on screens, fly sweeps or your average pass route, Samuel has a chance to shine in the Troy offense.
Jul 22 - 1:46 PM

NFL Media's Lance Zierlein lists Ohio State sophomore RB J.K. Dobbins as the second best running back to watch in college football for 2018.

Dobbins ranks just behind Deandre Swift, a fellow sophomore. He was an immediate star for the Buckeyes, rushing for 1,403 yards and helping the Buckeyes win a Big Ten championship. "Dobbins is a quick-twitch runner who can glide, gather and burst whenever he spots an opening," writes Zierlein. "His ability to accumulate chunk yardage on the ground was a catalyst for Ohio State finishing sixth in the country at 41.1 points per game." Zierlein does note that Dobbins needs to run with more "conviction," but it's reasonable to expect that to improve as he gets more confident stronger through his college career.
Source: NFL.com
Jul 22 - 1:32 PM

Bruce Feldman of The Athletic lists Colorado sophomore LB Davion Taylor 22nd on his list of "freaks" for the 2018 season.

Taylor was a big get for the Colorado defense; ranking as the top JUCO linebacker in the 2018 class. One of the reasons why he could be a big part of the Buffaloes' front seven is that he isn't just fast for a linebacker, he's fast for a football player, period, and he participated on the track team after enrolling this winter. "The 6-3, 220-pounder was CU’s fastest sprinter, and he finished sixth in the 100 at the Pac-12 Championships," writes Feldman. "His top 100 time this year was 10.51 in the prelims of the Pac-12s." We can't wait to see that speed on the football field this fall.
Jul 22 - 1:16 PM

ESPN's Phil Steele predicts that Boston College will finish third in the ACC Atlantic in 2018.

What an improvement Boston College has made over the past few years. Steele notes that Boston College brings back one of the most experienced teams in the conference -- ranking 11th overall on his experience chart -- and that the Eagles finished 5-2 down the stretch (5-1 if you don't count the bowl game). With a star at tailback in AJ Dillon, the Eagles should be bowling again in 2018.
Source: ESPN
Jul 22 - 12:56 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Rutgers senior CB Blessaun Austin is the top prospect on the Rutgers roster.

It's understandable if you laugh considering how bad Rutgers is, but there's legitimate next-level talent on Rutgers now, particularly on defense. Austin (6'1/195) was impressive in his sophomore year and the first month of his junior, but he tore his ACL against Nebraska and missed the rest of the year. He's obviously be heavily scrutinized in terms of medicals, but with solid size and recovery speed, it's easy to see him going in the first 100 picks if he's healthy in 2018.
Jul 22 - 12:43 PM
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