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 Lastest Draft Scout Database Updates/Rating Changes

 Date  Player Name  College  Position  Changes Made
04/07/21
 JaMarcus Ingram    Texas Tech  FS  From DS#27 Sr FS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/07/21
 Adedayo Odeleye    Loughborough  DE  From Unranked to DS#35 Sr DT
04/07/21
 Zach Adams    Texas Tech  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/07/21
 Houston Miller    Southeastern Louisiana  DE  From Unranked to DS#45 2021 DE
04/07/21
 Eli Howard    Texas Tech  DT  From DS#35 Sr DE to #39DT
04/06/21
 Kene Nwangwu    Iowa State  RB  From DS#50 Sr RB Up to #36...11/13/2020-From DS#90 Sr RB Up to #72
04/06/21
 Avery Williams    Boise State  CB  From DS#38 Sr CB Up to #23...12/16/2020-From DS#43 Sr CB Up to #27
04/06/21
 Cameron Sample    Tulane  DE  From DS#13 Sr DT to #9 DE...12/9/2020-From DS#15 Sr DT Up to #12...11/12/2020-From DS#38 Sr DE to #14 DT
04/06/21
 Brennan Thieneman    Purdue  SS  From DS#39 Sr OLB to #25 SS...11/19/2020-From Unranked to DS#105 Sr OLB
04/06/21
 Robert Hainsey    Notre Dame  OG  From DS#13 Sr OT to OG...10/14/2020-From DS#23 Sr OT Up to #14/Rising
04/06/21
 Jarell White    Cincinnati  SS  From DS#23 OLB to #12 SS...12/17/2020-From DS#27 Sr OLB Up to #20...11/15/2020-From DS#41 Sr OLB Up to #28...10/25/2020-From DS#57 Sr OLB Up to #38/Rising/First Time in Top 750...10/2/2020-From DS#81 Sr OLB Up to #56
04/06/21
 *Blake Proehl    East Carolina  WR  From DS#47 WR Up to #34...12/5/2020-From DS#38 Jr WR to #38/2021 WR...11/12/2020-From DS#52 Jr WR Up to #40
04/06/21
 Nick Niemann    Iowa  OLB  From DS#31 Sr OLB Up to #19...10/20/2020-From DS#70 Sr OLB Up to #44
04/06/21
 Phillip Powell    Washington State  SS  From DS#28 Sr SS/2021 to 2022/Double Transfer
04/06/21
 Antjuan Simmons    Michigan State  ILB  From DS#27 Sr OLB to #20 ILB/10/31/2020-From DS#40 Sr OLB Up to #28/Rising
04/06/21
 Mac McCain III    North Carolina AT  CB  From DS#55 Sr CB Up to #42
04/06/21
 Ethan Tucky    Cincinnati  OLB  From DS#35 Sr OLB Up to #26
04/06/21
 Chris Wilcox    Brigham Young  CB  From DS#49 Sr CB Up to #36
04/06/21
 Syrus Tuitele    Fresno State  OG  From DS#32 OT to OG
04/06/21
 Cameron Murray    Oklahoma State  DT  From DS#40 Sr DT up to #30...11/13/2020-From DS#86 Sr DT Up to #65
04/06/21
 Jacob Capra    San Diego State  OT  From DS#32 Sr OG to OT...11/20/2020-From DS#57 Sr OT to #57 OG
04/06/21
 Teton Saltes    New Mexico  OT  From DS#31 Sr OT up to #17...12/16/2020-From DS#48 Sr OT Up to #35...10/27/2020-From DS#60 Sr OT Up to #43/First Time in Top 750
04/05/21
 Ty Nix    Middle Tennessee  DE  From DS#999 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/05/21
 Jayy McDonald    Middle Tennessee  RB  From DS#999 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/05/21
 Russ Hiett    Middle Tennessee  LS  From DS#999 Sr LS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/05/21
 Luke Harris    Middle Tennessee  C  From DS#25 Sr Center/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/04/21
 Carson Williams    Western Kentucky  TE  From Unranked to DS#24 Sr TE
04/02/21
 Billy Honaker    Navy  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/30/2020-From Unranked to DS#104 Sr OG
04/02/21
 Sam Poutasi    Oregon  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Ryan Mitchell    Navy  WR  From DS#999 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 CJ Williams    Navy  RB  From DS#999 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Dalen Morris    Navy  QB  From DS#999 Sr QB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Justin Self    Navy  C  From DS#999 Sr Center/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Tobe Okafor    Navy  DT  From DS#47 Sr DT/2021 to 2022/Recheck...12/1/2020-From Unranked to DS#112 Sr DT
04/02/21
 Evan Fochtman    Navy  SS  From DS#999 Sr SS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Ayden Hector    Washington State  SS  From DS#18 Fr CB/2024 to 999/Unranked SS-Transfer...11/23/2020-From Unranked to DS#17 Fr CB
04/02/21
 Micah Farrar    Navy  CB  From DS#999 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Justin Collins    Oregon  WR  From DS#92 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/02/21
 Jonah Tauanuu    Oregon  OT  From DS#10 rFr OT/2024 to 999/Unranked/Retired-Medical
04/01/21
 Steven Witchoskey    Western Kentucky  TE  From DS#999 Sr TE-FB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 McArthur Burnett    South Florida  CB  From DS#69 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Jacob Huesman    Appalachian State  QB  From DS#999 Sr QB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Eli Brown    Western Kentucky  OLB  From DS#39 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/18/2020-From DS#138 Sr OLB Up to #89
04/01/21
 Robert Cheatem    Charlotte  CB  From DS#80 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Seth Joest    Western Kentucky  C  From DS#20 Sr Center/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Johnny Ray    Charlotte  DT  From DS#56 Sr DT/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Hal Roberson    South Florida  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/01/21
 Jalen Madden    Western Kentucky  DT  From DS#49 Sr DT/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#121 Sr DT
04/01/21
 Cole Garrison    Appalachian State  OG  From DS#48 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/15/2020-From Unranked to DS#105 Sr OG
04/01/21
 Chris DeLoach    Central Florida  DE  From DS#50 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck

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 College Football Player News & Notes

  04/05/21 - QB Bryce YoungFr/2024, Alabama, 5-11, 194 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Alabama football held its first scrimmage of the spring Friday, leaving coach Nick Saban pleased with the intensity of the afternoon session inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. "There was a lot of good hitting, and there was a lot of good things to teach from," he said. The scrimmage was closed to fans as well as reporters because of ongoing COVID-19 protocols, but it was the first live opportunity for the coaching staff to evaluate young players that could play significant roles in a turned-over offense this season. "For a first scrimmage we're pretty pleased with it," Saban said.

Alabama is more than halfway through its 15-practice spring period, which will include another closed scrimmage next Saturday before its spring game open to fans April 17. Sophomore quarterback Bryce Young continues to earn positive reviews from Saban, who earlier this week said is a "lot more confident" than in his freshman season. Young, once a five-star recruit from California, is the frontrunner to replace Mac Jones as Alabama's starter this season. "I thought Bryce did a pretty good job of managing the game [in the scrimmage]," Saban said Friday. "[He] was accurate with the ball and did a nice job, made a few explosive plays, but I thought really did a good job of managing the whole situation on offense when he was in there." - Birmingham News


(DS#3 QB) Fr/2024 QB Bryce YoungAlabama
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  Receiver La'Vontae Shenault has a few off-the-field traffic incidents in the past year, but he's also flashed his tremendous talent. In the early going of spring, Dorrell said he's seeing some maturity in the redshirt freshman, who was suspended twice last season but caught 17 passes for 193 yards in the four games he played. "I would say it's an ongoing process, but he's getting so much better," Dorrell said of Shenault, who was recently recognized by the team for his academic work. "He's growing up. Vontae is a very passionate kid. He's doing a lot of really positive things right now. He's doing great in school; he's having his best semester he's had since he's been here in school, so that's a big positive."

Dorrell also said Shenault is stepping up as a vocal leader in the receiver room. "He's doing a great job this offseason, in training," Dorrell said. "He looks great and he's practicing great. There's a positive vibe that he's going through right now. We're hoping there's a consistency that he can develop and maintain for the rest of his career. If he does that, he has a chance to be special." - Daily Camera


(DS#35 WR) rFr/2024 WR LaVontae ShenaultColorado
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  Canteen led the nation in interceptions last season with six. He was named to The Athletic and FWAA Freshman All-American teams, All-Sun Belt Conference first team and ESPN's All-Bowl team after his three-tackle, one-interception performance against Louisiana Tech. After such a strong debut, many athletes would be looking and training to top that season. For Canteen, he's just hoping to put himself in the best position to help his team win games. "The outside noise from last year doesn't add any extra pressure or expectations for this spring and this year," Canteen said. "I'm always competing with myself. It's always me versus me. I always try to hold myself to a higher standard."

His cornerbacks coach sees Canteen working after practice and wants to see the redshirt sophomore continue to be himself in his second year. Whitley thinks the best way to accomplish this is by leading by example. "If we become vocal leaders, that's great, but when you're talking, it doesn't really mean anything unless you're putting in work," Whitley said. "If he keeps working hard and bringing the young guys along, we'll be good." - Savannah Morning News


(DS#17 CB) rFr/2024 CB Derrick CanteenGeorgia Southern
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  UW's wide receiver depth continues to dwindle. Redshirt junior wideouts Austin Osborne and Marquis Spiker have informed the Washington coaching staff of their decision to enter the transfer portal - Osborne's father, Jim Osborne, said Friday. He declined to comment further on their decision. By late Friday morning, Osborne and Spiker's names had been removed from UW's online roster. A Wildomar, California, native, Spiker recorded just three catches for 67 yards in 10 career games at UW - despite setting the California state record with 72 career receiving touchdowns at Murrieta High School in 2017. - Seattle Times

(DS#999 WR) rSo/2023 WR Marquis SpikerWashington
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  Centeio is the clear-cut starter, with only freshmen backing him up. The former Temple transfer won the starting job last season, too, but struggled in the first game and was replaced by Patrick O'Brien, who left over the winter for Washington as a graduate transfer. O'Brien is the only starter on either side of the ball from last season who didn't return this spring. Centeio is a better passer than he showed last season, when he completed just 14 of 36 passes with one touchdown and one interception, Addazio and McBride said. And he has some tremendous playmaking abilities, they said, that were on full display this spring. "He's an unbelievable player," McBride said Thursday. "...He throws a really good ball, he's really smart, he understands the game, and I'm thrilled that he's our quarterback." - Fort Collins Coloradoan

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Todd CenteioColorado State
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  04/05/21 - SS Ladarius TennisonFr/2024, Auburn, 5-09, 197 (DS#10 SS) + More +

  One of the big questions surrounding the secondary this offseason concerned who plays safety alongside Monday after Sherwood declared for the draft following his junior season. While there's still plenty time for that question to be answered, it appears two players are thoroughly in the mix. Rising sophomore Ladarius Tennison played nickelback behind Tutt in 2020 and ended the season with 21 tackles, but through the start of spring he's gotten looks as Sherwood's replacement at safety. Tennison handled safety duties alongside Monday on the first-team defense during the Tigers' open spring practice on March 20. Mason said on March 22 that Monday was definitely going to be the leader in the secondary given his experience but also commended Tennison for how he had performed through the early portion of the spring. "I have seen LT - Tennison - show up, and he's been phenomenal back there in the first three practices in terms of how him and Smoke have worked together in terms of their ability to communicate," Mason said. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#10 SS) Fr/2024 SS Ladarius TennisonAuburn
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  04/05/21 - OLB Jake HummelrSr/2022, Iowa State, 6-1, 228 (DS#57 OLB) + More +

  Jake Hummel could read a depth chart. He also knew talent when he saw it. The Dowling Catholic product could do a little math, too. Despite playing as a true freshman, Hummel had Marcel Spears a year ahead and a spot above of him at linebacker. Spears, a three-time all-Big 12 selection, wouldn't be surrendering a starting linebacker spot. That left, Hummel knew, just one season for him to show what he could do as a starter for the Cyclones. As preparation for that lone year began, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, throwing everything into question. Eventually, though, the football season would come to be and, because of the NCAA's blanket waiver of additional eligibility, Hummel gets the chance to build upon his best season of football at the collegiate level. "This extra year, I knew I was going to have it," Hummel said Wednesday, "and I knew right away I was going to come back. "After last season I'm only more hungry to get better and work on myself." Hummel excelled in his first year as a starter, earning honorable mention all-conference honors after starting all 12 games and finishing second on the Cyclones with 77 tackles. - Des Moines Register

(DS#57 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Jake HummelIowa State
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  04/05/21 - ILB Josh RossrJr/2022, Michigan, 6-1, 230 (DS#24 ILB) + More +

  Perhaps for the first time since Michigan's football team concluded its abbreviated 2020 season are we getting an honest assessment. Sure, Jim Harbaugh made drastic changes to the coaching staff this offseason - a sign that he wasn't happy with the job done last fall. But the words have yet to come out of his mouth, leaving everyone wondering his true motive for upheaval. But a 2-4 record and defensive ranking near the bottom of the Big Ten (and 84th nationally) was lured linebacker Josh Ross back for a fifth season with the Wolverines, he told reporters on Thursday. "It was unfinished business," Ross said. "That was pretty obvious. Last year was not good enough for myself, and not good enough for our team. I felt I had to come back. I had to come back. And we have to prove something and have a chip on our shoulder and (have) go get it."

Ross - a fifth-year senior from Southfield, Mich. - called the team's struggles last fall "the main reason" for his return. He's appeared in 36 games over four seasons, starting 10 of them, and earned all-Big Ten honorable mention honors in 2018. Ross was named a team co-captain in 2020. "Coming back was about proving myself and proving ourself as a team," said Ross, who played in all six games last fall and lead the team in tackles (53). "Getting better and just building our football knowledge and building everything. Because last year wasn't good enough." - Ann Arbor News


(DS#24 ILB) rJr/2022 ILB Josh RossMichigan
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  Just days before Kendall Abdur-Rahman enrolled at Notre Dame for the first time, in June of 2019, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly gave voice to a premonition that the three-star prospect might surprise a few people. And quickly. Yet after two full seasons and three spring practices into a third, Abdur-Rahman has decided to continue that quest at another school. Friday afternoon, the 6-foot, 190-pound junior-to-be announced on his Twitter account that he is entering the transfer portal. He also thanked the coaching staff and praised the Notre Dame experience.

The decision is all about finding traction on the depth chart - something that former standout quarterback at Edwardsville (Ill.) High near St. Louis struggled to do at both wide receiver and running back. His only game action at ND came last season in a 52-0 blowout of South Florida on Sept. 19. He did not record a statistic of any kind in that game. Abdur-Rahman played running back for the Irish in 2020, but when freshmen Logan Diggs and Audric Estime arrive in June, the Irish will have five players and plenty of quality and experience. - South Bend Tribune


(DS#999 WR) rFr/2024 WR Kendall Abdur-RahmanNotre Dame
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  Junior Max Duggan has put together two impressive seasons at TCU. Taking over as QB1 his freshman year and continuing his leadership on the team in 2020 as a sophomore, Duggan has the potential to take the next step during his junior year. The thing that is intriguing about Duggan is not only his ability to see the field, but his legs. He is fast and doesn't let defenders pull him down easily. He led the team in rushing yards (713 gained, 526 net) and the next closest to him was Darwin Barlow with 444 (428 net). We could see some serious improvement from Duggan too with former TCU quarterback Kenny Hill moving into the role of quarterbacks coach. - Dallas Morning News

(DS#13 QB) So/2023 QB Max DugganTexas Christian
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