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 Draft Scout Evolve: Most Recent CFB Player Rating Changes
Change Date
 Player Name  College  Position  Rating Changes Made
12/01/21
 Jake Haener    Fresno State  QB  From DS#21 rSr QB/2022 to 2023-Extra Year/Transfer...9/19/2021-From DS#42 rSr QB Up to #19...8/25/2021-From DS#55 Sr QB/Resetting at #40...10/15/2020-From Unranked/Transfer to #37 Jr QB
12/01/21
 James Houston    Jackson State  OLB  From DS#41 rSr OLB to #30...9/29/2021-From DS#999/Unranked/Transfer rSr OLB/Resetting at #42...1/6/2021-From DS#42 Jr ILB to 999/Unranked/Transfer...11/10/2020-From Unranked to DS#28 Jr ILB
12/01/21
 Shaun Shivers    Auburn  RB  From DS#24 Sr RB/2022 to #35 2023/Transfer RB
12/01/21
 Antwan Owens    Jackson State  DT  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer DT to #52...1/14/2021-From DS#999 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Transfer
12/01/21
 Branden Jennings    Maryland  OLB  From DS#7 Fr OLB to 999/Unranked/Transfer
12/01/21
 Coynis Miller    Jackson State  DT  From DS#81 Sr DT/2022 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rJr 2023...2/16/2021-From Unranked Transfer to DS#38 Jr DT
12/01/21
 Jordan Yates    Georgia Tech  QB  From DS#41 rFr QB to 999/Unranked/Transfer...11/10/2021-From DS#999/Unranked rFr QB to #41
12/01/21
 Malachi Wideman    Jackson State  WR  From DS#999/Unranked rFr Transfer WR to #28...6/15/2021-From DS#23 Soph WR to 999/Unranked Transfer
12/01/21
 Jordan Watkins    Louisville  WR  From DS#104 rFr WR to 999/Unranked/Transfer...9/6/2021-From DS#999/Unranked rFr WR to #83
12/01/21
 Aubrey Miller Jr.    Jackson State  ILB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer ILB to #60
12/01/21
 Abdul-Malik McClain    Jackson State  OLB  From DS#54 rJr OLB/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSoph 2024...2/16/2021-From Unranked Transfer to DS#45 Soph OLB
11/30/21
 Dennis Grosel    Boston College  QB  From DS#57 rSr QB to 999/Unranked/Recheck...9/27/2021-From DS#999/Unranked rSr QB to #63
11/30/21
 Dimitri Moore    Missouri State  ILB  From DS#31 rSr ILB to 999/Unranked/Recheck
11/30/21
 Kyriq McDonald    Missouri State  SS  From DS#71 rSr SS/2022 to #42 rJr/2023...2/12/2021-From Unranked Transfer to DS#26 Jr SS
11/30/21
 Kemari Averett    Bethune-Cookman  TE  From DS#47 rSr TE Up to #28...9/16/2021-From DS#999/Unranked Sr Transfer TE to #47
11/30/21
 Jahmin Muse    Boston College  SS  From DS#101 rSr SS to 999/Unranked/Recheck/INJ...9/27/2021-From DS#125 rSr SS/Resetting at #87...11/6/2020-From Unranked to DS#35 Jr SS
11/30/21
 Deon Jones    Boston College  FS  From DS#71 rSr FS to 999/Unranked/Recheck...11/6/2020-From DS#21 Jr SS to #31 Sr FS
11/30/21
 JJ Henderson    Indiana State  CB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Transfer CB to #154...1/22/2021-From DS#999 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
11/30/21
 Jake Moody    Michigan  K  From DS#19 Sr Kicker Up to #10...9/22/2021-From Unranked to DS#22 Sr Kicker
11/30/21
 JT Bohlken    Illinois State  P  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Punter to #41...1/21/2021-From DS#999 Sr Punter/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
. ---> Draft Scout Evolve: Full Player Rating Changes


 College Football Player News & Notes

  11/30/21 - DE Aidan HutchinsonSr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 265 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  2021 BIG TEN SMITH-BROWN DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan,...Hutchinson is a finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the Senior CLASS Award, and the Lombardi Award presented to the country's top lineman. He is the sixth Wolverine to be named the league's Defensive Player of the Year, joining Devin Bush (2018), Jabrill Peppers (2016), LaMarr Woodley (2006), Larry Foote (2001), and Charles Woodson (1997). Hutchinson is the fifth U-M player to be named Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the year, joining his father, Chris Hutchinson (1992), Woodley (2006), Mark Messner (1988), and Mike Hammerstein (1985). No father-son duo had previously accomplished the feat. - Michigan Football

(DS#1 DE) Sr/2022 DE Aidan HutchinsonMichigan
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  11/30/21 - ILB Leo ChenalJr/2023, Wisconsin, 6-1, 261 (DS#3 ILB) + More +

  2021 BIG TEN BUTKUS-FITZGERALD LINEBACKER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Leo Chenal, Wisconsin,...Chenal finished second in the Big Ten in tackles per game (10.6). He was fourth in total tackles (106) despite missing the first two games of the season. The junior led the league in tackles for loss (1.7 per game). Penn State's Arnold Ebiketie was second at 1.5 per game. Chenal also finished fourth in sacks (0.7 per game). Chenal is the third UW player to be named the league's linebacker of the year. Chris Borland won the award in 2013, when he was named the league's defensive player of the year; and Joe Schobert won the award in 2015. - Marshfield News Herald

(DS#3 ILB) Jr/2023 ILB Leo ChenalWisconsin
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  11/30/21 - P Matt AraizarJr/2023, San Diego State, 6-1, 200 (DS#1 P) + More +

  2021 MOUNTAIN WEST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): MATT ARAIZA, JUNIOR, P/PK, SAN DIEGO STATE,...San Diego State has earned Special Teams Player of the Year honors in four of the last seven years...First punter to earn the honor since 2014 (Air Force's Will Conant)...Finished the regular season with a 51.8 punt average, which is on pace to set a NCAA single-season record...Set NCAA records for most 50-yard punts (36) and 60-yard punts (17) in a season...Has six punts of at least 70 yards and two 80-yard boots, including the longest in the country at 86 yards...Leads the nation in punt average (51.8), while tying for first in FBS in punts inside the 20-yard line (34)...Has also made 16 field goals, including three from at least 50 yards...Named Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Week on four occasions this season. - Mountain West Football

(DS#1 P) rJr/2023 P Matt AraizaSan Diego State
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  11/30/21 - QB Carson StrongrJr/2023, Nevada, 6-4, 215 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  2021 MOUNTAIN WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): CARSON STRONG, JUNIOR, QB, NEVADA,...First back-to-back winner of Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year award since 2015-16 (San Diego State RB Donnel Pumphrey) and fifth back-to-back winner overall...17th time a quarterback has won the award...Finished the regular season ranked top-10 nationally in completions per game (3rd; 30.4), passing yards (4th; 4,175), passing yards per game (5th; 347.9), passing touchdowns (6th; 36), completion percentage (8th; 69.9) and total offense (8th; 330.6)...The 4,175 passing yards are the third-most by a Mountain West quarterback in league history, while the 36 touchdowns are tied for the fourth-most. Additionally, the 36 passing touchdowns are a single-season program record...Leads the Mountain West with nine 300-yard passing performances, tying for the second-most in single-season league history and most since 2013...Earned MW Offensive Player of the Week honors twice in 2021 (Sept. 6 and Oct. 11). - Mountain West Football

(DS#4 QB) rJr/2023 QB Carson StrongNevada
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  NEC DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (COACHES): DB Gregory Reddick, Saint Francis,...The wait proved worth it for Reddick, who redshirted as a freshman in 2019 before missing the 2020 season due to Saint Francis' opt out. The defensive back stepped up and earned significant reps at safety in 2021, logging a conference-high 10 pass break-ups. Reddick forced two fumbles during the season and made one interception, which denied Bryant at the SFU 5-yard line in an eventual 18-17 setback. The native Floridian totaled 45 tackles for a Red Flash defense that limited opponents to 19.1 points per game. - NEC Football

(DS#999 FS) rFr/2025 FS Gregory ReddickSaint Francis (PA)
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  2021 MEAC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Justin Redd, Norfolk State,...Redd anchored a Spartans offensive line that helped Norfolk State lead the MEAC in total offense (440.5 yards per game) and scoring offense (33.2 points per game) this season. Norfolk State also had the conference's top rushing offense, averaging 212.2 yards per game, and their passing offense (228.3 yards per game) ranked second in the league. Redd was part of an offensive line that only gave up 17 sacks on the season, tied for the lowest amount in the MEAC. - MEAC Football

(DS#63 OG) rJr/2023 OG Justin ReddNorfolk State
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  11/30/21 - RB J.J. DavisrFr/2025, Norfolk State, 5-09, 170 (DS#79 RB) + More +

  2021 MEAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (COACHES): J.J. Davis, Norfolk State,...Davis is the MEAC's leading rusher, having averaged 80.6 yards per carry for the Spartans. His 10 touchdowns were tied for the most among conference running backs, and Davis also ranked seventh in total offense. The five-time MEAC Rookie of the Week had four 100-yard rushing performances during the season, including a season-best 217 yards against North Carolina Central. - MEAC Football

(DS#79 RB) rFr/2025 RB J.J. DavisNorfolk State
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  11/30/21 - CB Riley MossSr/2022, Iowa, 6-0, 194 (DS#18 CB) + More +

  2021 BIG TEN TATUM-WOODSON DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Riley Moss, Iowa,...University of Iowa senior defensive back Riley Moss has been named the Big Ten Conference Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year and senior wide receiver Charlie Jones has been named the Big Ten Rodgers-Dwight Return Specialist of the Year. Moss becomes the fifth Hawkeye to win Big Ten Defensive Back of the Year, and the first since Amani Hooker in 2019. The Ankeny, Iowa, native ranks 11th in the country and third in the Big Ten with four interceptions. Moss had two interceptions returns for touchdowns in Iowa's opening win over Indiana. - Iowa Football

(DS#18 CB) Sr/2022 CB Riley MossIowa
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  11/30/21 - DE Aidan HutchinsonSr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 265 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  2021 BIG TEN NAGURSKI-WOODSON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan,...Twice voted a team captain, Hutchinson is third among all U-M defenders and first among defensive linemen with 54 tackles this season (32 solo). He has generated a team-leading 14.5 tackles for loss and a program-record 13 sacks (No. 3, NCAA), along with 10 quarterback hurries, three pass breakups, a pair of forced fumbles and one fumble recovered. Hutchinson is graded as the No. 1 defensive player in the country by Pro Football Focus College (93.8). Hutchinson and Ojabo are the first pair in U-M history to both reach double-digit sack totals (10-plus) in the same season. With 13 from Hutchinson and 11 from Ojabo, no pair of teammates in Michigan history, or in the NCAA this season, have matched the duo's 24-sack total. - Michigan Football

(DS#1 DE) Sr/2022 DE Aidan HutchinsonMichigan
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  11/30/21 - P Jordan StoutrSr/2022, Penn State, 6-3, 209 (DS#6 P) + More +

  2021 BIG TEN Eddleman-Fields Punter of the Year (COACHES): Jordan Stout, Penn State,...Stout is a Ray Guy Award finalist and has been named the Ray Guy Award National Punter of the Week twice this season and Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week four times...Among the three Ray Guy Award finalists, according to Pro Football Focus, Stout is the highest graded punter (93.1), and leads in fewest punt return yards allowed (33), fewest punt return yards allowed per attempt (2.4) and highest average hang time (4.36)...He is the second specialist in Big Ten history to earn Special Teams Player of the Week in a season four times. Purdue's Travis Dorsch (4) in 2001 was the other. Dorsch went on to win the Ray Guy Award in 2001...He leads the country in PFF punting grade (93.1) and average hang time (4.36) and is second in net punting (45.08)...He owns Penn State's best career punt average (44.81), leading by 1.68 yards per punt, while also holding Penn State's highest season punt average (46.55)...Stout, who has 28 career punts of 50+ yards, has averaged at least 50.0 yards per punt in five games this season and 25 of his 62 punts this season have been 50 or more yards. - Penn State Football

(DS#6 P) rSr/2022 P Jordan StoutPenn State
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