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Penn State redshirt senior CB Amani Oruwariye received an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Oruwariye has beenone of the top defensive backs in the country this year, and has received some first-round talk. At 6-foot-1, 205-pounds, his size will obviously be something teams covet, and analysts have noted his ability to make plays on the ball as well. Assuming he accepts an invitation, he will be one of the most highly talked about players in Alabama this January.
Nov 14 - 7:30 PM

LSU redshirt sophomore CB Greedy Williams was named the top "lockdown" cornerback in college football by ESPN's Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr.

The two draft analysts were asked to build the best defensive backfield they could, and Williams (6'3/184) isn't the only LSU player on the list, with Grant Delpit being named the best deep-ball safety. Williams came into the year with plenty of hype, and he's lived up to it for the stingy LSU defense. "Williams struggled a little bit a week ago against Alabama, but he doesn't have much bad tape," they write. "He has an extremely high ceiling and is a potential top-five pick."
Source: ESPN
Nov 14 - 7:18 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay lists Oklahoma State sophomore WR Tylan Wallace as a prospect on the rise.

Wallace (6'0/185) has been sensational as of late; he has two 10-catch, 200-plus yard performances in the last three games, with the in between game being an 8/122/1 effort. "Wallace is a true sophomore and won't be draft-eligible until 2020, but his above-average speed pops," McShay writes. "At just 6-foot and 185 pounds, he has average size, but he can still come down with the ball on contested targets and excels at adjusting to poorly thrown passes." McShay believes that he's a potential day-one pick, meaning he has a chance to be taken in the first 32 selections.
Source: ESPN
Nov 14 - 7:05 PM

Western Michigan DC Tim Daoust has been relieved of his duties.

The timing of this is a bit surprising, as there's just one game left in the season. The dismissal comes after a 42-41 overtime loss to Ball State on Tuesday. "I appreciate Tim and his family's dedication to the Bronco football family these past two seasons. At this time I felt we needed to go in a different direction," Broncos HC Tim Lester said. Defensive line coach Tim Esposito will be the acting defensive coordinator for the rest of the season.
Nov 14 - 6:48 PM

LSU redshirt senior S Terrence Alexander is practicing with the first-team at cornerback.

Alexander (5'10/187) could be the starting corner for the rest of the year, as Kristian Fulton (undisclosed) is going to be out "a while" according to head coach Ed Orgeron. A transfer from Stanford this season, Alexander has played mostly in a safety role for LSU this year, but he came over as a corner, so he shouldn't have any trouble making the adjustment. LSU faces lowly Rice on Saturday.
Nov 14 - 6:38 PM

Ohio State sophomore LB Baron Browning (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday against Maryland.

Browning also missed Saturday's game against Michigan State with the undisclosed injury. There's no timetable for a return at this point.
Nov 14 - 6:28 PM

Kentucky received a verbal commitment from three-star JUCO 2019 WR JaVonte Richardson.

It's a reunion of sorts, as Richardson was originally a Kentucky player who transferred after a redshirt season. Richardson currently plays at Iowa Western -- a school that has produced a ton of high-level talent -- and Richardson is considered one of the best junior college players in the country. He ranks second among wideouts in 247 Sports rankings, and 17th overall among JUCO players. It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone if the 6-foot-4, 220-pound wideout was an immediate contributor for Kentucky in 2019.
Nov 14 - 6:18 PM

Temple senior RB Ryquell Armstead received an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl.

Armstead (5'11/215) is coming off a monster game on Saturday, rushing for six touchdowns and 210 yards in the upset victory over Houston. He's far from a one-week-wonder however, as he also ran for 14 touchdowns as a sophomore, and has been among the best running backs this season in the AAC. Armstead currently projects as a Day 3 prospect to most analysts.
Nov 14 - 6:03 PM
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