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 Draft Scout Evolve: Most Recent CFB Player Rating Changes
Change Date
 Player Name  College  Position  Rating Changes Made
10/15/21
 Reese Taylor    Indiana  CB  From DS#28 Sr CB Down to #45...11/18/2020-From DS#80 Jr CB Up to #27...10/20/2020-From Unranked to DS#55 Jr CB
10/15/21
 Miles Marshall    Indiana  WR  From DS#74 rJr WR Down to #93...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#68 Soph WR
10/15/21
 Ryder Anderson    Indiana  DE  From DS#46 rSr Transfer DE Up to #28...1/4/2021-From DS#41 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Transfer...11/10/2020-From DS#72 Sr DE Up to #35/First Time in Top 750
10/15/21
 Mackenzie Nworah    Indiana  OG  From DS#120 rSr OG to 999/Unranked/Recheck...3/6/2021-From DS#62 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Extra Year...10/4/2020-From Unranked to #82 Sr OG
10/15/21
 Alfred Bryant    Indiana  DE  From DS#999/Unranked rSr DE to #139
10/15/21
 James Miller    Indiana  ILB  From DS#999/Unranked rJr ILB to #55
10/15/21
 Cam Jones    Indiana  OLB  From DS#146 Sr OLB/Resetting at #109...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#56 Jr OLB
10/15/21
 Jaylin Williams    Indiana  CB  From DS#37 Sr CB Down to #58...7/16/2021-From DS#49 Sr CB/Resetting at #27...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#40 Jr CB
10/15/21
 Matthew Bedford    Indiana  OG  From DS#31 Jr OT to #43 OG...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#34 Soph OT
10/15/21
 Raheem Layne    Indiana  FS  From DS#141 rSr CB to #56 FS...1/5/2021-From DS#99 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
10/15/21
 Weston Kramer    Indiana  DT  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer DT to #92...1/12/2021-From DS#79 Sr DT/2021 to 2022/Transfer...12/19/2020-From DS#129 Sr DT Up to #92
10/15/21
 Aidan Rafferty    Indiana  OT  From DS#24 rJr OT to 999/Unranked/Recheck...10/20/2020-From Unranked to DS#26 Soph OT
10/15/21
 Michael Ziemba    Indiana  DE  From DS#103 rSr DE Down to #144...1/5/2021-From DS#64 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Extra Year...10/20/2020-From DS#74 Sr DE Up to #65
10/15/21
 James Evans    Indiana  P  From DS#18 Fr Punter Up to #10
10/15/21
 Dylan Powell    Indiana  C  From DS#143 rSr OG to #54 Center...1/7/2021-From DS#61 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Extra Year...11/18/2020-From DS#98 Sr OG Up to #56...10/4/2020-From Unranked Transfer to #67 Sr OG
10/15/21
 JaHad Carter    Syracuse  SS  From DS#9 Soph SS to 999/Unranked/Recheck rFr/2025...11/9/2020-From Unranked to DS#8 Fr SS
10/15/21
 Geoff Cantin-Arku    Syracuse  ILB  From DS#31 Jr ILB/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck rSoph ILB/2024...11/9/2020-From Unranked to DS#25 Soph ILB
10/15/21
 Matthew Bergeron    Syracuse  OG  From DS#95 Jr OG/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck OG/2024...11/9/2020-From Unranked to DS#46 Soph OG
10/13/21
 Mataeo Durant    Duke  RB  From DS#25 rSr RB Up to #16...9/28/2021-From DS#42 Sr RB Up to #24...8/1/2021-From DS#52 Sr RB/Resetting at #40...11/6/2020-From Unranked to DS#45 Jr RB
10/13/21
 Terry Hampton    Arkansas State  DT  From DS#133 Sr DT to 999/Unranked/INJ Recheck...11/15/2020-From Unranked to DS#40 Jr DT
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 College Football Player News & Notes

  10/16/21 - WR David BellJr/2023, Purdue, 6-2, 205 (DS#8 WR) + More +

  Aidan O'Connell threw for 375 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, David Bell had a career-best 240 yards receiving and Purdue continued its recent mastery over No. 2 Iowa with a 24-7 victory Saturday. The Boilermakers (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) have won four of their last five games against the Hawkeyes (6-1, 3-1). The loss ended Iowa's 12-game winning streak. Purdue beat its highest-ranked opponent on the road since 1974 at No. 2 Notre Dame. It was the second time in four seasons Purdue has knocked off a No. 2-ranked team. The Boilermakers won at home over a second-ranked Ohio State in 2018.

O'Connell was 30-of-40 passing with two touchdowns and ran for a score. He got the most work on a day when Purdue used backup quarterbacks Jack Plummer and Austin Burton in select situations. All three were in on different plays during the Boilermakers' first-quarter drive that ended with O'Connell's 6-yard touchdown run for a 7-0 lead. O'Connell threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to TJ Sheffield in the final minute of the first half to give Purdue a 14-7 halftime lead. He threw a 21-yard TD pass to Bell in the fourth quarter. Bell had 11 receptions. He has a combined 37 catches for 558 yards and five touchdowns against Iowa in three seasons. The Hawkeyes' only score was a 3-yard touchdown run by Ivory Kelly-Martin in the second quarter, and Iowa had just 271 yards of offense. Iowa scored its fewest points at home since a 13-7 loss to Nebraska in 2012. - Purdue/AP College Football


(DS#8 WR) Jr/2023 WR David BellPurdue
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  Tanner Brown's fourth field goal gave No. 12 Oklahoma State its first lead and Spencer Sanders' scrambling 10-yard touchdown run with 2:18 to play capped a victory over Texas to keep the Cowboys undefeated. Texas built leads of 17-3 and 24-13 behind three touchdowns from Bijan Robinson before Oklahoma State's defense and punishing run game behind Jaylen Warren took over for the Cowboys (6-0, 3-0 Big 12). Texas (4-3, 2-2) surrendered a big lead in a tough loss for the second straight week. The Longhorns led Oklahoma 28-7 before losing 55-48 last week. Brown's kicking and Jason Taylor II's 85-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter kept the Cowboys' in it while Sanders and the offense were struggling early.

The Cowboys allowed Texas just 317 total yards. Warren finished with 193 yards rushing on 33 carries, pounding out 154 yards in the second half rally. Sanders pulled Oklahoma State to 24-22 with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Brennan Presley. Brown's 29-yard field goal put the Cowboys ahead. Texas still had time to possibly retake the lead, but the Cowboys defense stuffed the Longhorns on fourth down at the Texas 42. Sanders scored two plays later and Oklahoma State then sealed the victory with Tanner McAlister's interception with 1:57 to play. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


(DS#61 RB) rSr/2022 RB Jaylen WarrenOklahoma State
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  10/16/21 - QB Stetson BennettrSr/2022, Georgia, 5-11, 190 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  With Georgia playing its first game as the nation's No. 1-ranked team since 2008, Stetson Bennett threw three touchdown passes and the Bulldogs got another stifling defensive effort to beat Kentucky. Bennett, starting his third straight game in place of injured JT Daniels, hooked up with freshman tight end Brock Bowers on a pair of scores. The senior quarterback was 14 of 20 for 250 yards in another solid performance with Daniels watching from the sideline for the Bulldogs (7-0, 5-0 Southeastern Conference),

Bowers, who has emerged as one of Georgia's most dynamic offensive weapons in his first college season, had five receptions for 101 yards. Georgia's defense allowed two touchdown in a game for the first time all season — the second with 4 seconds remaining after Kentucky (6-1, 4-1) called a timeout to take one last shot at punching it in from the 1. Otherwise, Georgia's top-ranked defense lived up to the billing, limiting Kentucky to 249 total yards and blocking a pair of kicks. - Georgia/AP College Football


(DS#44 QB) rSr/2022 QB Stetson BennettGeorgia
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  10/16/21 - QB Tim DeMoratSr/2022, Fordham, 6-3, 208 (DS#53 QB) + More +

  Tim DeMorat threw six touchdown passes, three to Fotis Kokosioulis, and Fordham rolled to a 66-21 win over Bucknell on Saturday. DeMorat had all his scoring strikes in the first half, tying the school record for scoring throws in a game. He finished 26 of 36 for 318 yards. In the second half Trey Wilson III scored on a 39-yard run, Antonio Cortez Feria went for 50 yards and Taj Barnes for 45. Dequece Carter had 10 catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns and also had eight tackles, four solo with a sack and two half-sacks. Garrett Cody also had a receiving touchdown and Trey Sneed ran for 141 yards. Fordham (4-3, 2-0 Patriot League) piled up 33 first downs, 343 yards rushing and 354 passing for 697 totals yards. Bucknell (1-5, 0-2) had 269 yards and three rushing touchdowns. - AP College Football

(DS#53 QB) Sr/2022 QB Tim DeMoratFordham
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  Chris Oladokun threw for two touchdowns, Pierre Strong Jr. ran for two and South Dakota State broke open a close game with a 21-point third quarter in taking a 41-17 victory over Western Illinois on Saturday. South Dakota State led 13-10 at halftime before Kinser Madison blocked a punt and Canyon Bauer returned it 9 yards early in the third quarter. After the Leathernecks rebounded with Myles Wanza's 15-yard TD run, the Jackrabbits added TDs on a 17-yard run by Strong and a Jaxon Janke 21-yard reception to lead 34-17 heading into the final quarter. Strong, who added his second touchdown of the game and ninth this season in the fourth quarter, finished with 122 yards on 19 carries. He collected his fifth 100-yard game this season and 15th of his career. Janke finished with 101 yards receiving on nine catches for the Jackrabbits (5-1, 2-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference), ranked eighth in the FCS coaches poll. Connor Sampson was 29-of-51 passing for 207 yards but no scores for the Leathernecks (1-6, 1-3). - AP College Football

(DS#20 RB) rSr/2022 RB Pierre Strong Jr.South Dakota State
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  10/16/21 - QB Matthew SlukaSo/2024, Holy Cross, 6-2, 215 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Matthew Sluka passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two scores in Holy Cross' 48-14 victory over Georgetown on Saturday. Sluka was 7-of-10 passing for 136 yards, and he carried it 10 times for 92 yards. Marco Siderman added 116 yards passing, completing 11 of 15. Sluka's 34-yard rushing touchdown made it 41-7. Peter Oliver and Jordan Fuller also had rushing touchdowns for Holy Cross (4-2, 1-0 Patriot). Liam Anderson's 39-yard interception return gave Holy Cross a 28-0 lead at halftime. Pierce Holley and Joseph Brunell each threw an interception for Georgetown (1-4, 0-2). Holley's deep pass to a wide open Joshua Tomas went for 58 yards before getting tackled at the half-yard line, setting up the Hoyas' first touchdown with 6:12 left in the third quarter. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Matthew SlukaHoly Cross
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  10/16/21 - RB Aidan BorguetrJr/2023, Harvard, 5-09, 200 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Aidan Borguet ran for 169 yards on 22 carries and scored twice and Harvard beat Lafayette 30-3 on Saturday. The Crimson (5-0) scored 10 points in each of the first three quarters against the Patriot League Leopards (2-5). Alex Washington had two interceptions for the Crimson. Ah-Shaun Davis threw for 182 yards for Lafayette with two interceptions. Harvard leads the series 18-3 and has gone 15-2 against the Leopards under head coach Tim Murphy since 1994. Harvard has won seven straight against Lafayette, and is 11-2 all-time against the Leopards in Cambridge. Entering the weekend, Harvard was one of eight undefeated teams in the FCS, joining Dartmouth, East Tennessee State, Eastern Washington, North Dakota State, Princeton, Rhode Island and Sam Houston State. - AP College Football

(DS#999 RB) rJr/2023 RB Aidan BorguetHarvard
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  10/16/21 - RB Jerome FordrJr/2023, Cincinnati, 5-10, 220 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  Jerome Ford rushed for a career-high 189 yards and four touchdowns, helping No. 3 Cincinnati roll past UCF 56-21 on Saturday. Desmond Ridder passed for 140 yards and a touchdown as the Bearcats (6-0, 2-0 AAC) extended the nation's second-longest home winning streak to 24 games. It was first time in school history that Cincinnati scored 50 or more points in consecutive games. "The offensive line was the highlight of the day," Ford said. "It's the physical runs that took the heart from the defense. Tempo was the big thing this week. We wanted to take the pressure off Des." The all-time series was tied 3-3 coming in, with the Bearcats winning the previous two meetings by a combined six points. Saturday's game wasn't that close. It was just four seasons ago that UCF beat the Bearcats at Nippert Stadium by a similar score, 51-23. "This is a far cry from where we were five years ago," said Bearcats head coach Luke Fickell. "The guys that are still here turned the culture around." Cincinnati's special teams made the first big play when Josh Whyle partially blocked a punt to give the Bearcats the ball at the UCF 38. That led to a 1-yard TD run by Ford to put them ahead 7-0.

Ridder, who completed just six of his first 12 passes, hooked up with Alec Pierce in the back corner of the end zone for a 19-yard TD that put the Bearcats ahead 21-0 in the second quarter. "If you put a ball within a six or seven-foot radius, that kid is going to go up and get it," Ridder said of Pierce. The Bearcats didn't need to rely on Ridder and the passing game on Saturday, not with Ford gaining big chunks of yardage. Ford, who ran for a then-career high 149 yards in last week's win over Temple, sprinted 79 yards untouched for his third TD run to make it 28-0. "He makes my job a whole lot easier," Ridder said. - Cincinnati/AP College Football


(DS#12 RB) rJr/2023 RB Jerome FordCincinnati
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  10/16/21 - QB Nick HowardJr/2023, Dartmouth, 6-2, 230 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Nick Howard ran for three touchdowns, Derek Kyler passed for two and Dartmouth remained undefeated with a 38-21 victory over in-state rival New Hampshire on Saturday. Kyler was 20-of-25 passing for 326 yards while Howard, the Big Green's wildcat quarterback, rushed for 131 yards on 18 carries. Dartmouth had 634 yards offense, the most in at least a half-century. Howard had a pair of 6-yard touchdown runs to open the scoring, the latter coming after New Hampshire turned the ball over on downs at the Dartmouth 1-yard line. The Big Green drove 99 yards for the first time in 2008 to make it 14-0. Chris Davis added a career-long 51-yard field goal, a yard shy of the school record, and Kyler threw a 13-yard TD pass to Joe Kramer for a 24-7 lead after one quarter. Kyler's pass to Paxton Scott in the flat turned into a 52-yard score early in the third quarter and moved Kyler to third all-time in Big Green history with 34 career TD passes. Two UNH touchdowns, including Dylan Laube's second long scoring run of the day - a 53-yarder - cut the lead to 10 in the third quarter but Howard gave Dartmouth a cushion with a third 6-yard score. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Nick HowardDartmouth
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  Ryan Hilinski threw for 267 yards and two touchdown passes on Saturday afternoon to boost Northwestern to a 21-7 victory over Rutgers. Hilinski, making his third start since transferring from South Carolina, opened the scoring for the Wildcats (3-3, 1-2 Big Ten) by capping off a 98-yard drive in the first quarter, hitting Malik Washington for a 64-yard touchdown pass. The completion - Hilinski's longest as a Wildcat - helped his team secure its first conference win of the season. "I think one of the biggest things is that we're continuing to have fun," Hilinski said. "This is a game we played when we were 5 years old. I personally play best when I'm having fun and just recognizing that this is a game we've been playing our whole lives." Washington plowed through a downfield defender on his touchdown grab and finished with 84 receiving yards on five catches.

Fellow wideout Stephon Robinson Jr. had 115 yards, taking pressure off a Wildcats rushing attack that struggled to get going throughout the day. Often a key to Northwestern's offensive approach, the ground game combined for just 135 yards on 48 attempts. "Really proud of the squad," Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald said. "The way they bounced back this game and these last couple weeks. I thought they put a ton of work in to get better fundamentally. We were able to carry our preparation over into the game." - Northwestern/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Ryan HilinskiNorthwestern
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