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 Draft Scout Evolve: Most Recent CFB Player Rating Changes
Change Date
 Player Name  College  Position  Rating Changes Made
11/28/21
 Michael Gerace    Maine  C  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Center to #63
11/28/21
 Devin Young    Maine  WR  From DS#999/Unranked rSr WR to #250
11/27/21
 Devin Harper    Oklahoma State  OLB  From DS#67 rSr OLB Up to #36...9/24/2021-From DS#122 rSr OLB/Resetting at #60...1/29/2021-From DS#57 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Extra Year...11/13/2020-From DS#98 Sr OLB Up to #77
11/27/21
 Jarrick Bernard-Converse    Oklahoma State  CB  From DS#68 Sr CB Up to #37...11/13/2020-From DS#52 Jr CB Up to #39...10/28/2020-From Unranked to DS#45 Jr CB
11/27/21
 Cody Smith    Middle Tennessee  OLB  From DS#154 rSr OLB/2022 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rJr 2023...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#59 Jr OLB
11/27/21
 Qwuantrezz Knight    UCLA  SS  From DS#80 rSr SS/Resetting at #28...8/24/2021-From DS#76 Sr SS/Resetting at #48...12/29/2020-From DS#45 Sr SS/2021 to 2022/Extra Year...11/27/2020-From DS#76 Sr SS Up to #47
11/27/21
 Tristen Vance    Northern Arizona  ILB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr ILB to #118
11/27/21
 Brandon Porter    Northern Arizona  WR  From DS#141 rSr WR to 999/Unranked/Recheck...8/7/2021-From DS#999/Unranked Sr WR/Resetting at #139
11/27/21
 Zach Charbonnet    UCLA  RB  From DS#11 Jr RB Up to #5
11/27/21
 Ray Miller    Maine  ILB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr Campbell ILB to #114
11/27/21
 Kyle Ulbrich    Middle Tennessee  P  From DS#50 rSr Punter/2022 Up to #12 rJr 2023...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#10 Jr Punter
11/27/21
 Chase Garbers    California  QB  From DS#25 Sr QB Up to #16...8/11/2021-From DS#36 Sr QB/Resetting at #20
11/27/21
 Decorian Patterson    Middle Tennessee  CB  From DS#47 rJr CB/2023 to 999/Unranked/Recheck/rSoph 2024...11/18/2020-From Unranked to DS#48 Soph CB
11/27/21
 Carson Taylor    Northern Arizona  DE  From DS#999/Unranked rSr DE to #114...1/21/2021-From DS#999 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
11/27/21
 DJ Arnson    Northern Arizona  P  From DS#45 rSr Punter Up to #26...1/21/2021-From DS#23 Sr Punter/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
11/27/21
 Luis Aguilar    Northern Arizona  K  From DS#14 rSr Kicker Down to #43...1/21/2021-From DS#16 Sr Kicker/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
11/27/21
 Collin Oliver    Oklahoma State  OLB  From DS#18 Fr OLB Up to #10...9/24/2021-From DS#18 Fr ILB/2025 to OLB
11/26/21
 Kris Thornton    James Madison  WR  From DS#999/Unranked rJr Transfer WR to #104
11/26/21
 Isaiah Ifanse    Montana State  RB  From DS#999/Unranked rJr RB to #54
11/26/21
 Nijuel Hill    Delaware  CB  From DS#999/Unranked rSr CB to #162...1/5/2021-From DS#999 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Extra Year
. ---> Draft Scout Evolve: Full Player Rating Changes


 College Football Player News & Notes


  Spencer Sanders threw for a touchdown and ran for another and No. 7 Oklahoma State beat No. 10 Oklahoma 37-33 on Saturday night to keep alive its College Football Playoff chances and stop the Sooners' streak of Big 12 titles at six. Oklahoma State (11-1, 8-1, No. 7 CFP) snapped a six-game losing streak to Oklahoma. The Cowboys will play No. 9 Baylor next Saturday for the Big 12 championship. Oklahoma (10-2, 7-2, No. 10 CFP) got the ball one last time at its 20-with 54 seconds remaining and no timeouts. Caleb Williams scrambled and ran 56 yards to put the Sooners in scoring range. But Oklahoma State's Collin Oliver sacked Williams on fourth down at the Oklahoma State 32 with eight seconds remaining, setting off a wild celebration.

Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy won for just the third time in 17 tries against Oklahoma. Now, the Cowboys can win their first Big 12 title since 2011. Oklahoma opened the second-half scoring in an odd way. Oklahoma's Perrion Winfrey hit Oklahoma State's Dominic Richardson, the ball came loose, and Oklahoma State recovered in the end zone for a safety. Oklahoma struck again after forcing a three-and-out. Presley muffed the punt, and Justin Broiles recovered in the end zone to give the Sooners a 33-24 lead. Sanders went 37 yards for a touchdown on an option keep, and Oklahoma State cut Oklahoma's lead to 33-31 with 13:52 remaining. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


(DS#24 QB) rJr/2023 QB Spencer SandersOklahoma State
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  11/27/21 - QB Jack CoanrSr/2022, Notre Dame, 6-2, 223 (DS#11 QB) + More +

  Jack Coan threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score and No. 5 Notre Dame finished off the regular season with a 45-14 victory over Stanford on Saturday to keep its playoff hopes alive. The Fighting Irish (11-1, No. 6 CFP) won their final seven games following a home loss to Cincinnati but will likely need some help next week to get into the College Football Playoff for the third time in the past four seasons. Stanford (3-9) lost its seventh straight game to end the season following an upset of then-No. 3 Oregon for its longest losing streak and most losses in a season since a 1-11 campaign in 2006.

The Cardinal were outscored 173-46 over the final four games. This game wasn't competitive from the start as the Irish forced a three-and-out on the first possession and answered with a 74-yard drive capped by Coan's 16-yard TD pass to Braden Lenzy. Coan added another TD pass to George Takacs and the Irish built a 24-0 halftime lead. He finished 26 for 35 for 345 yards with the 1-yard TD run in the third quarter. Jonathan McGill intercepted Coan's pass on the first drive of the second half to set up a 13-yard drive capped by Austin Jones' 5-yard run. That ended Notre Dame's streak of not allowing a TD at 219:17 of game action since North Carolina scored in the fourth quarter on Oct. 30. - Notre Dame/AP College Football


(DS#11 QB) rSr/2022 QB Jack CoanNotre Dame
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  11/27/21 - QB Will LevisrJr/2023, Kentucky, 6-2, 232 (DS#31 QB) + More +

  Will Levis rushed for career highs of four touchdowns and 113 yards, and Kentucky scored on its first four possessions to cruise past rival Louisville 52-21 on Saturday night and win the Governor's Cup for the third consecutive time. Big contributions by his feet and arm helped the Wildcats' junior quarterback outgain Louisville by himself (195-144) by halftime. Levis rushed for TDs of 29 and 7 yards on their first two possessions, then followed Matt Ruffolo's 43-yard field goal with a 5-yard score with 1:53 remaining in the second quarter. He added a 1-yard TD early in the third to put Kentucky (9-3) up 31-7 on the way to topping his previous rushing best of 108 yards against Rutgers on Nov. 30, 2019 while at Penn State.

Levis also completed 14 of 18 passes for 149 yards to outshine Louisville counterpart Malik Cunningham in a matchup of mobile quarterbacks. Cunningham rushed for 2-yard TD to tie the game at 7-apiece and completed 12 of 20 passes for 145 yards before being taken to the dressing room with 10 minutes left. Evan Conley came in and threw an 8-yard TD pass and Maurice Burkley rushed for an 7-yard TD with eight seconds left for the Cardinals (6-6). Chris Rodriguez Jr. rushed 16 times for 121 yards and a 2-yard TD, Kavoisey Smoke added a 13-yard score and La'Vell Wright one from 41 yards. Wan'Dale Robinson caught nine passes for 97 yards. - Kentucky/AP College Football


(DS#31 QB) rJr/2023 QB Will LevisKentucky
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  Mike DiLiello ran for one touchdown and passed for another and Middle Tennessee scored 24 unanswered points to earn a 27-17 come-from-behind win over Florida Atlantic on Saturday to become bowl eligible. The victory was Rick Stockstill's 100th as head coach of the Blue Raiders (6-6, 4-4 Conference USA). N'Kosi Perry threw two first-half touchdown passes, hitting Je'Quan Burton from 48 yards out and John Mitchell on a 32-yard strike to put Florida Atlantic up 14-0. Morgan Suarez kicked a 23-yard third-quarter field goal to put the Owls up 17-3 with 9:13 left in the third quarter.

DiLiello, who came on in relief of starting quarterback Nick Vattiato and got the Blue Raiders into the end zone, punching over from the 1 to cap a six-play, 75-yard drive, then put them ahead, 21-17 with a 6-yard pass to Zaylin Wood with 4:41 left. The Owls (5-7, 33-5) drove to the Middle Tennessee 22, but Perry was hit by a blitzing DQ Thomas and fumbled. Jordan Ferguson scooped up the loose ball and returned it 71 yards for the game's final touchdown. DiLiello finished 12 of 19 for 131 yards and ran for another 43 to lead the Blue Raiders. Perry finished 32 of 49 for 328 yards and two touchdowns for Florida Atlantic. LaJohntay Wester caught 14 passes for 95 yards. - Middle Tennessee/AP College Football


(DS#77 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB DQ ThomasMiddle Tennessee
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  West Virginia will finish its season in a bowl game. Sure beats Saturday night inside mostly empty Memorial Stadium in Kansas. Jarret Doege threw for 170 yards and three touchdowns, Leddie Brown ran for 156 yards and another score, and the resilient Mountaineers held off the Jayhawks 34-28 to reach the six-win plateau that qualifies them for the postseason. Winston Wright Jr. had two TD catches and Tony Mathis Jr. added 118 yards rushing for the Mountaineers (6-6, 4-5 Big 12), who also got two picks in the end zone from Josh Chandler-Semedo in beating the Jayhawks for the eighth straight time. Jalon Daniels gave Kansas (2-10, 1-8) a chance with his touchdown run with 1:46 left, but the Jayhawks had no timeouts left and were forced to try an onside kick. The Mountaineers recovered it and ran out the clock. Gavin Potter had a pick-6 for the Jayhawks that made it 21-all in the second half. But the Jayhawks made too many mistakes on the other side of the ball, getting stopped three times on fourth down and finishing 3 of 6 in the red zone. - West Virginia/AP College Football

(DS#60 QB) rSr/2022 QB Jarret DoegeWest Virginia
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  11/27/21 - RB Will ShipleyFr/2025, Clemson, 5-10, 205 (DS#4 RB) + More +

  Clemson finished an unusual season in a very familiar way with a dominating win over rival South Carolina. Will Shipley ran for 128 yards and a touchdown and Clemson's defense smothered the Gamecocks for its seventh-straight win in the Palmetto State rivalry 30-0 on Saturday night. The Tigers had won six straight Atlantic Coast Conference titles and were picked to make it seven straight this past summer before a 2-2 start cost them. Still, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney was thrilled his team excelled in the biggest sporting event each year in the Palmetto State. The Tigers (9-3; No. 23 CFP) won their fifth straight this season and matched the longest win streak in the series that they set from 1934-40.

Clemson's defense limited South Carolina (6-6) to 206 yards, its second lowest output this season. It was the Tigers' first rivalry shutout since a 45-0 win in 1989 and its first time holding an opponent scoreless since a 49-0 win over The Citadel in 2020. The Tigers outrushed the Gamecocks 265 to 43. "There's nothing more demoralizing than to have the ball run on you," Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott said. The lone drama at the end was whether South Carolina could put points on the board. With five seconds left, quarterback Zeb Noland ran 12 yards to the Clemson 3 before getting tackled by Jeremiah Trotter Jr. Clemson's bench jumped from the sidelines to celebrate the shutout and the landmark win in a game that's the most anticipated sporting event in South Carolina each year. - Clemson/AP College Football


(DS#4 RB) Fr/2025 RB Will ShipleyClemson
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  11/27/21 - QB Max JohnsonSo/2024, LSU, 6-4, 219 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  Max Johnson hit Jaray Jenkins with a 28-yard scoring pass down the right sideline with 20 seconds left, and LSU knocked off No. 14 Texas A&M 27-24 on Saturday night to give coach Ed Orgeron a triumphant send-off in his final game in Tiger Stadium. LSU had lost a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter and looked to be on the brink its first losing season since 1999 when Johnson, who'd been sacked six times in the second half, came alive on fourth-and-6 from the LSU 19. Johnson kept the )Tigers alive with a decisive pass over the middle to tight end Jack Bech and then hit Jenkins for a 31-yard gain. An 11-yard pass to Malik Nabers put LSU on the 28, setting up the go-ahead score three plays later and setting off a wild celebration in Death Valley while Orgeron smiled from ear-to-ear on the sideline.

LSU linebacker Damone Clark, a Butkus Award finalist, sealed the victory by sacking Aggies QB Zach Calzada twice. The victory gave LSU (6-6, 3-5 SEC) two straight wins to close the regular season as a bowl eligible team. The loss likely relegated Texas A&M (8-4, 4-4) to a less prestigious bowl while ending the Aggies chance for a first 10-win season since 2012. Orgeron, who presided over an undefeated national championship season in 2019 and has gone 11-11 since and agreed back in October to step down after this season. One of the coaches LSU was widely believed to be pursuing as a candidate to replace Orgeron is Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher, a former LSU offensive coordinator and national championship coach at Florida State who was lured to College Station by former A&M athletic director Scott Woodward, who now holds the same post at LSU. But Fisher has said emphatically that he has no plans to leave the Aggies, who have been competitive since his arrival in College Station in 2017, but have yet to seriously contend in the SEC during his tenure. - LSU/AP College Football


(DS#10 QB) So/2024 QB Max JohnsonLSU
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  11/27/21 - QB Kenny PickettrSr/2022, Pittsburgh, 6-2, 220 (DS#1 QB) + More +

  Kenny Pickett threw for four touchdowns to break the Pittsburgh school record for scoring passes in a season, and the 20th-ranked Panthers beat Syracuse 31-14 on Saturday night. Pittsburgh (10-2, 6-1 Atlantic Coast Conference, CFP No. 20) won its fourth straight and finished the regular season 5-0 on the road. It's the Panthers' first 10-win season since 1981. Pickett connected with tailback Rodney Hammond Jr. and wideout Jordan Addison in the second quarter. He hit tight end Gavin Bartholomew and Addison again in the third to stake the Panthers to a 28-7 lead. Pickett boosted his season total to 40 touchdown passes, three more than the previous record set by Dan Marino in 1981 and matched by Rod Rutherford in 2003, and his career total to 79, equaling Marino's mark. Pickett finished 28 of 38 for 209 yards with one interception.

Syracuse closed within 28-14 on Garrett Shrader's second touchdown pass of the game to Courtney Jackson late in the third, but the Orange offense struggled all night. Shrader finished 17 of 24 for 217 yards and was sacked six times. Syracuse (5-7, 2-6) was coming off a pair of lopsided losses and failed in its quest to reach the six victories required to play in the postseason. It's the fifth losing season in coach Dino Babers' six years. The Panthers clinched the ACC Coastal Division last week with a 48-38 win over Virginia and were hoping to keep building momentum heading into their second appearance in the conference title game, something they failed to do in 2018. Pitt wrapped up the division that year with a win at Wake Forest, then headed to Miami and was drilled by the Hurricanes. A 42-10 loss to eventual national champion Clemson followed. - Pittsburgh/AP College Football


(DS#1 QB) rSr/2022 QB Kenny PickettPittsburgh
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  Avante Cox had a career-high 10 receptions for 148 yards and a touchdown, Romeir Elliott scored on a 5-yard run midway through the fourth quarter and Southern Illinois beat South Dakota 22-10 on Saturday night in the first round of the FCS playoffs. Southern Illinois improved to 4-3 all-time against the Coyotes. Despite both teams being in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, the programs hadn't faced off since the Salukis won 48-28 at South Dakota in 2019. The Salukis (8-4), ranked No. 23 in the FCS coaches poll, plays at third-ranked and No. 2 seed North Dakota State — another MVC member — next Saturday. Southern Illinois won its last meeting with the Bison 38-14 on Feb. 27, ending NDSU's 39-game win streak. Southern Illinois scored on drives of 14, 15 and 16 plays in the first half to take a 13-0 lead into the break.

Nico Gualdoni made a 50-yard field goal to cap a 30-yard drive and open the scoring midway through the first quarter, an 85-yard drive culminated when Cox caught a wide-open 4-yard TD pass with 8:04 left in the second quarter and the Salukis marched 83 yards before Gualdoni kicked a 26-yard field goal as time expired in the first half. SIU's Qua Brown, a sixth-year senior who went into the game with two career interceptions, picked off two passes in Salukis territory. On the opening possession, Carson Camp sailed a pass over the middle intended for Caleb Vander Esch that Brown intercepted at the 26 and Brown undercut a back-shoulder pass at the 1 to preserve a 16-3 lead late in the third quarter. Camp, who went into the game having thrown just four interceptions this season, was picked off a third time when Clayton Bush intercepted a pass on third-and-17 with 5:29 to play. - Southern Illinois/AP College Football


(DS#119 WR) rSr/2022 WR Avante CoxSouthern Illinois
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  Cole Kelley threw four touchdown passes and Southeastern Louisiana beat Florida A&M 38-14 on Saturday night in the first round of the Football Championship Series playoffs. Southeastern Louisiana (9-3) will move on to play third-seeded James Madison in the second round. Kelley tossed a 6-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Nolan Givan to cap a 98-yard drive early in the second quarter. Kelley's shovel pass to Taron Jones stretched the Lions' lead to 21-0 with 10 minutes remaining before halftime.

Kelley threw a strike to Nick Kovacs in the end zone for a 20-yard score that ended another long drive. Kelley then tossed a screen pass to Jones, who broke loose for a 39-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter and the Lions led 38-0. Kelley was 31-of-45 passing for 345 yards. Kovacs also had a 21-yard touchdown run to open the scoring. Jones finished with five catches for 85 yards and added 55 yards rushing. Rasean McKay threw for 238 yards with a pair of late touchdown passes for Florida A&M (9-3). - Southeastern Louisiana/AP College Football


(DS#9 QB) rSr/2022 QB Cole KelleySoutheastern Louisiana
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