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Differing styles and burgeoning NFL prospects highlighted the late-night Big Ten/Pac-12 showdown between Rutgers and Washington State with the Scarlet Knights and star running back Paul James outlasting the Cougars and hard-luck quarterback Connor Halliday.
In his first game at left tackle, Texas A&M senior Cedric Ogbuehi looked every bit the part of a projected top three pick. The shocker wasn't that the Aggies could replace Jake Matthews but how quickly sophomore Kenny Hill could make college football forget about Johnny Manziel.
An in-depth look at the premier NFL prospects to watch in the top college football matchups this weekend
Today's kickoff of the D-I season serves as the New Year holiday in football. As such, here are my five bold predictions for the 2014 season and the impact they'll have on the 2015 NFL draft. Surprising Heisman winner? Check. Breakout NFL prospects? You know it. Improbable national title and Super Bowl predictions? Yep, got those too.
The Commodores aren't as talented as many of their SEC competitors but a couple of seniors could aid new head coach Derek Mason's transition from Stanford and boost their own NFL chances along the way. This is the last in a summer-long series from NFLDraftScout.com breaking down the top prospects from every D-I program.
As prepares for his final collegiate season, Kikaha talks about his return from two ACL surgeries, moving positions as a senior and the areas he still needs to improve before he is ready for the NFL
Early jumps to the NFL from Johnny Manziel, Mike Evans and others has left the draft-eligible talent surprisingly shallow for the Aggies. One notable exception, of course, is Cedric Ogbuehi, the top-rated senior prospect in the land, regardless of position.
Due to a broken bone in his left foot, Louisville's top wide receiver is expected to miss most of the 2014 college football season, which not only hurts the Cardinals chances in the ACC, but also Parker's NFL Draft stock
The Vols haven't qualified for a bowl game the last three years but remain very much on the NFL radar with eight draft picks over that time, including two first round selections (Ju'Wuan James, Cordarrelle Patterson). Defenders A.J. Johnson and Brian Randolph (among others) will have the scouts returning to Knoxville this fall.
With Green-Beckham ineligible to play at Oklahoma in 2014, the Missouri transfer has several options for his football future and the most appealing might be to enter the 2015 NFL Draft
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