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 Lastest Draft Scout Database Updates/Rating Changes

 Date  Player Name  College  Position  Changes Made
04/12/21
 Hauati Pututau    Utah  DT  From DS#48 Sr DT/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/3/2020-From Unranked to DS#76 Sr DT
04/12/21
 JaChai Baker    Southeast Missouri  OT  From DS#43 Sr OT/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Joshua Fields    Texas-El Paso  RB  From DS#58 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Josh Caldwell    Texas-El Paso  CB  From DS#69 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Erik Mueller    Northwestern  ILB  From DS#999 Sr ILB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Elijah Blue    Old Dominion  CB  From DS#79 Sr CB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Quadraiz Wadley    Texas-El Paso  RB  From DS#41 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Darta Lee    Texas-El Paso  OG  From DS#44 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/23/2020-From Unranked to DS#93 Sr OG
04/12/21
 Sam Letton    Troy  FB  From DS#999 Sr FB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Max Gilliam    UNLV  QB  From DS#24 Sr QB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Devaughn Cooper    Texas-El Paso  WR  From DS#98 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Walter Dawn Jr.    Texas-El Paso  WR  From DS#85 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/23/2020-From Unranked to DS#217 Sr WR
04/12/21
 Jahmari Moore    Wyoming  FB  From DS#999 Sr FB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Jayson VanHook    Texas-El Paso  OLB  From DS#41 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 SaVion Harris    Texas-San Antonio  FS  From DS#26 Sr FS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Nathan De Jager    UNLV  K  From DS#999 Sr Kicker/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Stephen Forester    Texas-El Paso  ILB  From DS#32 Sr ILB/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/23/2020-From Unranked to Ds#77 Sr ILB
04/12/21
 Rodney Jones    UNLV  DE  From DS#48 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Bydarrius Knighten    Southeast Missouri  FS  From DS#23 Sr FS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Maisen Knight    Utah State  OT  From DS#999 Sr OT/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Forest McKee    Texas-El Paso  FB  From DS#13 Sr FB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 CJ Pollard    Utah State  SS  From DS#29 Sr SS/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Demetrius Stitmon    Old Dominion  OLB  From DS#47 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Messiah deWeaver    Old Dominion  QB  From DS#79 Sr QB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Ty Shaw    Utah State  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Jake Herslow    Old Dominion  WR  From DS#999 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Brandon Smith    Old Dominion  OG  From DS#52 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 James Fagan    Old Dominion  OG  From DS#45 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Matt Brayton    UNLV  OG  From DS#28 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Omardrick Douglas    Southeast Missouri  OLB  From DS#41 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Alesana Sunia    Hawaii  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Joey Nuuanu-Kuhiiki    Hawaii  OG  From DS#999 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Mason Vega    Hawaii  DE  From DS#48 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Tyrone Young-Smith    Utah  WR  From DS#93 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Brayden Smith    Indiana Wesleyan  WR  From DS#999 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Andre Collins Jr.    UNLV  WR  From DS#94 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Samu Elisaia    Utah  ILB  From DS#999 Sr ILB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Stan Gaudion    Hawaii  P  From DS#999 Sr Punter/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Jackson McCullough    UNLV  OG  From DS#46 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Cash Gilliam    Utah State  ILB  From DS#34 Sr ILB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Gerrid Doaks    Cincinnati  RB  From DS#32 Sr RB up to #22...12/9/2020-From DS#38 Sr RB Up to #29...10/25/2020-From DS#47 Sr RB Up to #36
04/12/21
 Nate Neal    UNLV  DE  From DS#999 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Johnny William    Marian (IN)  RB  From DS#55 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Skyler Miller    Wyoming  FB  From DS#999 Sr FB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Solomon Wise    Texas-San Antonio  OLB  From DS#43 Sr OLB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Jaylen Boyd    Lindsey Wilson  RB  From DS#999 Sr RB/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Bosah Osakwe    Texas-San Antonio  OG  From DS#50 Sr OG/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Daniel Gutierrez    UNLV  K  From DS#999 Sr Kicker/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Derek Wilder    Old Dominion  DE  From DS#999 Sr DE/2021 to 2022/Recheck
04/12/21
 Justin Garrett    Texas-El Paso  WR  From DS#75 Sr WR/2021 to 2022/Recheck...11/23/2020-From DS#169 Sr WR Up to #121

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 College Football Player News & Notes

  04/06/21 - QB Dustin CrumSr/2022, Kent State, 6-2, 207 (DS#8 QB) + More +

  Kent State has a bonafide star at the most important position on the field to build around in graduate student quarterback Dustin Crum, whose numbers over the past two seasons stack up favorably against anyone in the nation. Since taking over the starting signal-caller spot in the second game of 2019, Crum has completed 70 percent of his passes for 3,803 yards with 32 touchdowns compared to four interceptions while adding 947 yards rushing and 10 scores.

Crum certainly has no intentions of resting on his laurels. "He's really attacking the preparation and diving deeper into the knowledge and understanding of how everything works," said Lewis. "It's been really great to see him come into his own as a more vocal leader this offseason and really take guys on the journey that he's on with him. I think that past couple of years it's been about his individual journey. Obviously he's moved the program forward. Now he's really making a conscious effort to grab other guys and bring them along and elevate their play, so they can have the same level of success that he's had." - Akron Beacon Journal


(DS#8 QB) Sr/2022 QB Dustin CrumKent State
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  04/06/21 - RB DeMario McCallrSr/2022, Ohio State, 5-09, 195 (DS#46 RB) + More +

  Back for a sixth season with Ohio State football, Demario McCall may be in line for a third position. McCall was working out with the cornerbacks when reporters watched a couple of periods of the Buckeyes' Friday practice. Ryan Day said the former running back and slot receiver has been practicing at nickel back - a move prompted by McCall's suggestion. "The guys on defense saw him do a few drills and he kind of caught their eye right off the bat," Day said. "So he's been building and learning. It takes time to change positions like that. And I know he's kind of done some different things for us on offense, but this is a huge opportunity for him." McCall began his college career as a running back and ran for 270 yards and three touchdowns as a true freshman. Yet he totaled only 283 rushing yards in the following three seasons - including a redshirt year - then moved to the receiver room last season. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#46 RB) rSr/2022 RB DeMario McCallOhio State
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  04/06/21 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 213 (DS#5 QB) + More +

  Nix faced several true challenges leading up to his sophomore season in 2020, namely learning how to play under a new offensive coordinator despite a limited offseason due to the coronavirus pandemic. While those were unfavorable situations, they ultimately don't absolve Nix of having some of the same issues as a sophomore that he had as a freshman. The good news for Nix is he has two coaches in Harsin and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo who have built their reputations on developing effective quarterbacks. Bobo mentioned on March 22 that Nix is keying in on his footwork and his progressions, and during the Tigers' open practice on March 20 Harsin repeatedly took Nix aside and discussed several plays after the fact. Nix's talent is undeniable, but harnessing his ability and doing so consistently has yet to happen. The A-Day scrimmage should offer an early glimpse at Harsin and Bobo's early influence on Nix. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#5 QB) So/2023 QB Bo NixAuburn
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  Michigan State football has secured former Louisville receiver Christian Fitzpatrick from the transfer portal. The Southfield native tweeted the news Saturday. He played at Southfield A&T and Waterford Mott, and was a three-star prospect and the No. 23 recruit in Michigan in the 2020 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. He is 6 feet 4 and 215 pounds. Fitzpatrick was slowed by injuries as a freshman in 2020, playing in one game - the regular season finale vs. Wake Forest. He is the younger brother of Louisville receiver Dez Fitzpatrick. - Lansing State Journal

(DS#999 WR) Fr/2024 WR Christian FitzpatrickMichigan State
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  04/06/21 - RB Kobe PaceFr/2024, Clemson, 5-09, 215 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Clemson's rotation at running back has been one of the biggest question marks this spring. Lyn-J Dixon appears he will get the first crack at replacing Travis Etienne, who will be drafted into the pros later this month. Dixon played for the White team and rushed four times for 25 yards. But Saturday's game let the coaches and fans see other guys get a shot, including Kobe Pace and freshmen Will Shipley and Phil Mafah. Pace shined early and rushed for 69 yards, most of that coming on the opening drive. Mafah scored a TD late in the game and finished with 38 yards. Shipley rushed for 13, caught a pass and also played on special teams.

Swinney on the TV broadcast said that Shipley and Mafah have a chance to be similar to the "thunder and lighting" duo the Tigers had with James Davis and CJ Spiller years ago. Swinney said Shipley, who played at Weddington High in North Carolina, is ahead of where Travis Etienne was at this point in his freshman year. "He's better than advertised," Swinney said. "He's going to be a great one. He's going to be a great player. He's incredibly dynamic. He can return, he can catch and he's physically way ahead for a high school kid." - The State


(DS#999 RB) Fr/2024 RB Kobe PaceClemson
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  04/06/21 - WR Braden LenzyrSo/2023, Notre Dame, 5-10, 180 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  Grad senior Avery Davis, Notre Dame's lone returning starter among the three wide receiver spots, continues his ascent that follows a breakthrough season in 2020. The other two wide receivers who have caught Kelly's eye are coming off enigmatic showings last season, in part due to injuries - seniors Braden Lenzy (7 catches, 63 yards, 1 TD) and Lawrence Keys III (5 catches, 51 yards). "I think what we've been looking for is consistency in performance," Kelly said. "Now this is only practice 4, so I'm going to put an asterisk next to them, but Lenzy and Keys have has been really good. "Now, they have to be consistent, because that has been the area that they haven't been for us. They haven't been consistent. But they made a commitment in the weight room that is different from what we've seen in the past. "These guys have been outstanding in the weight room, and you can see it in the way they're translating that onto the field. They're explosive. They're running outs. They're breaking tackles. You can see in the way they're practicing and playing." - South Bend Tribune

(DS#999 WR) rSo/2023 WR Braden LenzyNotre Dame
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  04/06/21 - WR Dimitri StanleyrSo/2023, Colorado, 5-11, 185 (DS#43 WR) + More +

  In the past two seasons, Dimitri Stanley has become one of Colorado's best receivers. The sophomore doesn't believe, however, he's reached his full potential. "I want to improve upon my blocking," Stanley said after the Buffs' third practice of spring on Friday. "I think I could have been a lot more efficient in the blocking game and in the run game. And then pretty much yards after catch - I think I can do a lot more from that standpoint. "Even on punt return, I think I can be one of the best returners in the (Pac-12). Just going into the season with that kind of confidence is going to take my game to the next level."

With KD Nixon transferring to Southern California this winter, the 6-foot, 190-pound Stanley is entering his fourth season with the Buffs as the most experienced receiver on the team. In 21 career games, Stanley has caught 55 passes for 690 yards and three touchdowns, while returning 18 punts for 124 yards. During the abbreviated 2020 season, he caught a team-high 20 passes for 335 yards and a touchdown. During the first week of spring practices, Stanley feels ready to take his game to another level. "So far I feel a lot better, honestly," he said. "I feel faster, stronger, quicker. I feel like I'm making guys miss. I feel like I'm catching the ball better. I'm honestly thinking that I'm just getting ready for the season now. I think I'm halfway there already. So, from this standpoint, it's just seeing how far I can go." - Daily Camera


(DS#43 WR) rSo/2023 WR Dimitri StanleyColorado
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  04/06/21 - ILB Lakia HenryrSr/2022, Mississippi, 5-11, 235 (DS#5 ILB) + More +

  As high as the expectations are for Ole Miss football in 2021, senior linebacker Lakia Henry believes they should be higher. "It bothers me," Henry said. "We should be at the top 10, top 5 in my opinion. And we've got the people to do it. We just have to do it." There are no official rankings of football teams five months before the start of the season, of course. But after Ole Miss won four of its last five games to end 2020, including an Outback Bowl victory over a top-10 opponent, the Rebels' program is engulfed by hype. Or at the very least, intrigue. - The Clarion Ledger

(DS#5 ILB) rSr/2022 ILB Lakia HenryMississippi
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  04/06/21 - ILB Chad MumaJr/2022, Wyoming, 6-3, 227 (DS#67 ILB) + More +

  After spending the 2019 season as the Cowboys' primary backup at the position, Chad Muma stepped in for Wilson and kept the production going in the middle of UW's defense. The junior led the team with 72 tackles - 28 more than the second-leading tackler, safety Esaias Gandy - and three sacks during a season that was limited to just six games because of the coronavirus pandemic. That averaged out to 11.8 stops per game, which was good for third nationally.

Muma ended the season earning first-team all-Mountain West honors and enters his second year as the Cowboys' starting middle linebacker and one of the unquestioned leaders of the defense after also being voted a team captain last season. Lining up beside him again this spring will be outside linebacker Charles Hicks, who emerged from relative obscurity in his first season as a starter to finish with 27 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks and an interception. - Casper Star Tribune


(DS#67 ILB) Jr/2022 ILB Chad MumaWyoming
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  Clemson's quarterback depth took a big hit on Saturday. Sophomore backup quarterback Taisun Phommachanh suffered a torn Achilles during the annual Orange-White game, Coach Dabo Swinney confirmed. The injury came on the final drive of the game when Phommachanh completed a pass to Davis Allen. Swinney said Phommachanh thought someone hit him on the play but it was a non-contact injury. Phommachanh was on the ground for several minutes and couldn't put any weight on his left leg as he left the field. "I hate to see that for him," Swinney said. "He has four years left and it is so easily to magnify the pain of the moment, especially when you are a young person. His experience, knowledge, progress and all things he has been able to do that isn't going to go away. "This is definitely a setback for him and our team, but everybody deals with setbacks and challenges along the way. It is how you respond to those things that really determines everyone's success. We know he will respond the right way. We will get a great team around him and get him back better than ever." - The State

(DS#999 QB) rFr/2024 QB Taisun PhommachanhClemson
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