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Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 1  1  *Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson
Jets 2021 Draft History
 2  2  *Zach Wilson QB Brigham Young
49ers 2021 Draft History
 3  3  *Trey Lance QB North Dakota State (From Dolphins thru Texans)
Falcons 2021 Draft History
 4  4  *Kyle Pitts TE Florida
Bengals 2021 Draft History
 5  5  *JaMarr Chase WR LSU
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 6  6  *Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama (From Eagles)
Lions 2021 Draft History
 7  7  *Penei Sewell OT Oregon
Panthers 2021 Draft History
 8  8  *Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina
Broncos 2021 Draft History
 9  9  *Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama
Eagles 2021 Draft History
 10  10  DeVonta Smith WR Alabama (From Cowboys)
Bears 2021 Draft History
 11  11  *Justin Fields QB Ohio State (From Giants)
Cowboys 2021 Draft History
 12  12  *Micah Parsons OLB Penn State (From Eagles thru Dolphins/49ers)
Chargers 2021 Draft History
 13  13  Rashawn Slater OG Northwestern
Jets 2021 Draft History
 14  14  *Alijah Vera-Tucker OG Southern California (From Vikings)
Patriots 2021 Draft History
 15  15  *Mac Jones QB Alabama
Cardinals 2021 Draft History
 16  16  *Zaven Collins OLB Tulsa
Raiders 2021 Draft History
 17  17  Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 18  18  *Jaelan Phillips DE Miami (FL)
Football Team 2021 Draft History
 19  19  *Jamin Davis ILB Kentucky
Giants 2021 Draft History
 20  20  Kadarius Toney WR Florida (From Bears)
Colts 2021 Draft History
 21  21  Kwity Paye DE Michigan
Titans 2021 Draft History
 22  22  *Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech
Vikings 2021 Draft History
 23  23  *Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech (From Jets thru Seahawks)
Steelers 2021 Draft History
 24  24  Najee Harris RB Alabama
Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 25  25  Travis Etienne RB Clemson (From Rams)
Browns 2021 Draft History
 26  26  *Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 27  27  *Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota
Saints 2021 Draft History
 28  28  Payton Turner DE Houston
Packers 2021 Draft History
 29  29  *Eric Stokes CB Georgia
Bills 2021 Draft History
 30  30  *Greg Rousseau DE Miami (FL)
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 31  31  *Jayson Oweh DE Penn State (From Chiefs)
Bucs 2021 Draft History
 32  32  *Joe Tryon DE Washington

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  As USC leaves behind a by-committee approach to its backfield, one of its most experienced running backs is planning to leave USC. Stephen Carr has decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal, a person familiar with the decision confirmed to The Times, ending an up-and-down, four-year tenure that started with a bang as a freshman, only to taper off in the seasons that followed.

His departure clears the way for Texas transfer Keaontay Ingram to join forces with sixth-year senior Vavae Malepeai as the two top backs in a Trojans rushing attack that last season ranked among the worst in college football. USC averaged just 97 yards rushing per game during its shortened 2020 campaign, worse than all but seven teams at the FBS level. Carr played a mostly part-time role, rushing for 176 yards and two touchdowns on 46 attempts, second-most on the team behind Malepeai. But the trio of Malepeai, Carr, and oft-injured Markese Stepp, who left in January for Nebraska, never found its rhythm. A lackluster showing on the ground led USC to replace its offensive line coach and run game coordinator and retool its philosophy. In January, running backs coach Mike Jinks told The Times that USC planned to scrap its by-committee approach in favor of using "an RB1 and an RB2". - Los Angeles Times

(DS#30 RB) rSr/2022 RB Stephen CarrSouthern California
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  05/12/21 - RB Jamale CarothersJr/2022, Navy, 5-09, 203 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Navy football is losing its leading returning rusher, a surprising development that is a gut punch for an offense hoping to recover from a disappointing 2020 season. Multiple sources told The Capital that projected starting fullback Jamale Carothers has been dismissed from the Naval Academy because of an honor code offense. He has entered the NCAA transfer portal and will spend his senior season elsewhere. Carothers played in 20 games with 12 starts as a sophomore and junior at Navy, rushing for 1,092 yards and 16 touchdowns. The 5-foot-9, 203-pounder also totaled eight receptions for 208 yards and three scores over the previous two seasons. - Capital Times

(DS#999 RB) Jr/2022 RB Jamale CarothersNavy
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  Eastern Washington quarterback Eric Barriere, Sacred Heart running back Julius Chestnut and VMI receiver Jakob Herres are among the Walter Payton Award finalists highlighting The Associated Press FCS All-America team released Wednesday. The Championship Subdivision’s spring season, pushed back nearly six months because of the pandemic, will conclude Sunday with the national title game between No. 2-seeded Sam Houston and top-seeded South Dakota State in Frisco, Texas. The two biggest awards in Division I football’s second tier will be handed out Saturday. The Payton award goes to the player of the year and the Buck Buchanan Award honors the top defensive player in the FCS. The AP’s All-America first team includes five of the 16 Payton award finalists and 10 of the 18 Buchanan finalists. Barriere passed for 2,448 yards and 19 touchdowns in seven games for Eastern Washington. The second-team quarterback was Cole Kelley from Southeastern Louisiana. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rSr/2022 QB Eric BarriereEastern Washington
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  Tyreke Johnson's tenure with Ohio State football mostly lingers as unrealized promise for a player asked to live up to someone else's lofty estimations. Johnson has entered the transfer portal, as first reported Wednesday by Rivals. Johnson later confirmed the development on Twitter. The Jacksonville, Florida, native came to Ohio State as a five-star prospect in the 2018 class. Yet Johnson could never climb the depth chart, and coming out of his fourth spring in the program seemingly had no path to a 2021 role.

After using a redshirt in 2018, Johnson played in eight games off the bench in 2019. Yet in 2020, even after an early season-ending injury to Cam Brown and no other veteran options in the secondary, Johnson could not establish a role. Johnson totaled five tackles in four 2020 games. He is the fourth OSU player to enter the portal since the end of last season, joining receivers Mookie Cooper and Jameson Williams and offensive lineman Max Wray. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#999 CB) rSo/2023 CB Tyreke JohnsonOhio State
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  05/12/21 - RB Travis DyeJr/2022, Oregon, 5-09, 200 (DS#21 RB) + More +

  Dye had 64 carries for a team-leading 443 yards and a touchdown last fall but it was his nine catches for an obscene 239 yards and four scores that separated him from most any other back in the Pac-12. Getting Dye a head start on routes of the backfield was clearly effective and offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead did so in a variety of ways to create favorable matchups last season. That should only increase next year. "Coach Moorhead used the phrase, 'It's time to take the training wheels off this year,'" Dye said. "I'm very excited; I cannot wait. He's utilizing me really well, the way I want to be utilized and it's going to be a really fun season." With Verdell likely getting a bigger share of carries at full health and Sean Dollars and Trey Benson also likely to see more reps to make up for the loss of Cyrus Habibi-Likio, the proportion of work Dye gets in the fall will be of note. He's clearly an effective weapon, it's a matter of what the balance is for carries and pass protection for the entire group. - The Oregonian

(DS#21 RB) Jr/2022 RB Travis DyeOregon
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