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last updated: 12/29/11
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Auburn Reporter writer takes an in-depth look at University of Oregon tight end David Paulson, who has attracted considerable attention from N.F.L scouts.

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Sporting News draft tracker's updated One Round Mock Draft still has Andrew Luck going #1 overall.

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Speaking of the #7 pick in SN's most recent mock, Delaware Online takes a long look at (six pages) Penn State's high-impact defensive tackle Devon Still.

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last updated: 12/28/11
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Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is somewhat insulated from the N.F.L. Draft hype.

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The Tucson Padres announced Tuesday they had purchased the rights to Casino Del Sol College Football All-Star Game.

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North Carolina State receiver T.J. Graham sets sights on fast track to pros.

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North Carolina State's Terrell Manning might be packing for N.F.L. after Belk Bowl.

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Suntimes.com: 30 best players in the NFC North under 30 ***

last updated: 12/24/11
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North Central College (D-III) tight end Kyle Fiedorowicz is drawing strong interest from the New York Jets and several other N.F.L teams.

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NFL.com: With Matt Barkley now out of the picture, attention turns to Robert Griffin III and some scouts have questions about him.

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last updated: 12/23/11
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Basketball made Arizona State star Brock Osweiler a better quarterback.

DD.comment: In this fascinating link we posted here 6 years ago, Colts president Bill Polian warns against drafting players that are 'too tall'.

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Alabama nose guard Josh Chapman, who is an unsung hero for the Crimson Tide's defense, has been invitated to the Senior Bowl.

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Can a pair of record-breaking Virginia Tech wide receivers -- Jarrett Boykin and Danny Coale -- play at the next level?

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Seton Hill University linebacker Nick McGahagan hopes that he caught the eye of pro scouts at the 2011 Division II vs N.A.I.A. Senior Bowl.

Related Item: Rosters for the Dec. 3rd 2011 Division II vs N.A.I.A. Senior Bowl.

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Should the Minnesota Vikings Draft Andrew Luck if the opportunity arises?

DD.comment: All three teams that have a shot at the #1 overall pick (Colts, Vikings & Rams) would be very wise to use the #1 overall pick on Luck and let the chips fall where they may. No guts; no glory, right? Let's see, Vikes and Rams have won two games each thus far, so why should Bradford and Ponder be deemed "untouchable" (as the some at ESPN have suggested) over a kid many believe is the best quarterback prospect since Elway? Also, with so many teams wanting a solid, young quarterback prospect and Matt Barkley staying at U.S.C and Landry Jones possibly staying in school, also, there could be solid demand for Bradford and Ponder via the trade market. Matter of fact, word was both Cleveland and Washington tried very hard to trade up in order to draft Sam Bradford in the spring of 2010. While he hasn't been awesome in his first two years, with such terrible busts on the Rams' O-Line, he still has decent potential.

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last updated: 12/21/11
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Sporting News draft tracker's updated One Round Mock Draft still has Andrew Luck going #1 overall, but he urges Cleveland to draft a "special" quarterback.

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CBS Sportsline draft writer has just put forth a page full of Draft News & Notes.

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Houston quarterback Case Keenum will end his college career as the leading passer in N.C.A.A. history, but he's not considered a starter on the N.F.L. level.

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last updated: 12/20/11
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South Carolina junior wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will have a tough bowl game matchup against Nebraska senior cornerback Alfonzo Dennard.

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Georgia Tech junior guard Omoregie Uzzi has requested evaluation from the N.F.L. draft advisory board.

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Alabama junior safety Robert Lester is weighing his options to turn pro.

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Wisconsin junior offensive tackle Ricky Wagner has stated he will return to school for his senior year.

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Penn State senior cornerback Chaz Powell has helped his team with multiple position switches.

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Mississippi State running back Vick Ballard has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Florida Atlantic wide out T.Y. Hilton has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Oregon freshman running back De'Anthony Thomas is excited to be playing in the Rose Bowl.

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last updated: 12/19/11
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San Diego State defensive lineman Jordan Long has greatly improved his draft stock this season.

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Western Michigan senior wide out Jordan White has been named to five All-America teams this post-season.

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Southern Mississippi senior center Lamar Holmes prepares for his final college game.

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2 Nevada players, linebacker James-Michael Johnson and Rishard Matthews have accepted invitations to play in the Senior Bowl.

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3 Wisconsin players, quarterback Russell Wilson, guard Kevin Zeitler and wide out Nick Toon have accepted invitations to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Furman cornerback Ryan Steed has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Florida State linebacker Nigel Bradham has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Louisiana-Lafayette tight end Ladarius Green has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Boise State tailback Doug Martin has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Colorado guard Ryan Miller has accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game.

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Georgia junior tight end Orson Charles has submitted paperwork to the N.F.L. Advisory Committee.

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last updated: 12/15/11
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List of players who are expected to attend the 2011 F.C.S. Senior Bowl on 12/17/11 in Myrtle Beach.

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Closer look at University of Virginia cornerback Chase Minnifield, who has caught the eye of N.F.L. scouts.

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University of Miami junior safety Ray-Ray Armstrong will return for his senior season.

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ESPN blogger: Unsolicited advice for five Big 12 stars who might leave early for the N.F.L. draft.

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Notre Dame junior Tyler Eifert has worked the N.F.L. into his vocabulary, even if he's whispering the letters more than shouting them.

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last updated: 12/13/11
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Iowa State offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele and cornerback Leonard Johnson have accepted invitations to the Senior Bowl.

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Wayne State senior offensive lineman Joe Long (brother of Jake) is attracting the interest of N.F.L. scouts.

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Mississippi State junior defensive tackle Fletcher Cox is still weighing the decision to turn pro.

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Winston Salem State redshirt junior Nic Cooper is deciding whether or not to declare for the N.F.L. draft.

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Oklahoma junior defensive end Ronnell Lewis is likely to declare for the N.F.L. draft.

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San Diego State senior punter Brian Stahovich believes he can perform in the league.

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South Dakota senior offensive lineman Tom Compton and other small-schoolers that could get invites to the Indianapolis National Scouting Combine.

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Rutgers athletic department issued a statement that junior wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has not made a decision to declare.

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Washington junior running back Chris Polk is waiting until after the bowl game before he decides his future.

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Morgan State senior tight end Lamont Bryant and other top performers from the HBCU Combine.

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North Carolina senior linebacker Zach Brown and other ranked top 10 outside linebackers.

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last updated: 12/08/11
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N.F.L. has announced several regional combines after the usual Indy event.

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Georgia redshirt sophomore outside linebacker Jarvis Jones will return to school for another year.

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Southern California junior left tackle Matt Kalil is leaning toward returning for his senior season.

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Miami wide out Tommy Streeter and fellow Hurricane defensive tackle Marcus Forston have announced their intentions to declare for the N.F.L. draft.

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Useful preview of N.F.L. prospects to watch in upcoming Bowl games.

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NFL.com: The top 3 defensive line prospects attend college in the Carolina's.

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Mount Ida (Div III) running back Johrone Bunch hopes that the scouts have paid attention to his college career.

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North Carolina State sophomore cornerback David Amerson set a new school single season record for interceptions with 11.

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last updated: 12/05/11
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Arizona senior quarterback Nick Foles might have the skills to start in the N.F.L.

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L.S.U. junior wide out Rueben Randle stepped up in the leadership department this season.

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Midwestern State senior left tackle Amini Silatolu and 9 other under-the-radar prospects.

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N.F.L. scouts will not be allowed to attend the NFLPA Game in Los Angeles.

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Georgia senior left tackle Cordy Glenn held his own against a strong L.S.U. defensive line last weekend.

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South Florida junior tailback Darrell Scott is thinking about declaring early for the N.F.L. draft.

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Wyoming senior linebacker Brian Hendricks recorded 9 tackles in win over Colorado State.

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JB Scouting has recently published an updated Weekly Report, and it is a great read for small school news.

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last updated: 12/01/11
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Marshall senior defensive end Vinny Curry has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.

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Several underclassmen, including Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley, Virginia State tailback David Wilson, Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks and Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has submitted paperwork to the N.F.L. Draft Advisory board.

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N.F.L. analyst Mike Mayock has paid his dues in broadcasting.

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Georgia senior center Ben Jones wears his late father's jersey number to honor his memory.

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Pittsburgh senior guard Lucas Nix is projected to be a top 120 selection by an area scout.

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Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin is glad he returned to school for his senior season.

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