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  Tony Poljan won't be finishing his career at Central Michigan. The fifth-year senior quarterback-turned-tight end announced in a Twitter post Wednesday that he will pursue a grad transfer and use his final season of eligibility elsewhere.- Detroit News

(DS#3 TE) rSr/2021 TE Tony PoljanCentral Michigan
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  The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference voted on Tuesday, July 14, to suspend all mandated conference athletic events and championships through the fall semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conference has already undertaken a full review of its ability to shift fall sports competition and championships to the spring semester and fully intends to do so if a return to competition can be safely executed.

"The entire conference has worked hard these last few months to prepare for the return of sports to our campuses beginning this fall," explains PSAC Commissioner Steve Murray. "However, it has become apparent that the safe conduct of sports under the guidelines of social distancing is untenable for our members. We cannot place our student-athletes at greater risk than the general student body. Despite our planning and collective efforts, it has become clear that we are not able to do so." - Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Football


(DS#142 WR) rSr/2021 WR Jermaine Wynn Jr.Slippery Rock
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  07/14/20 - WR Nico CollinsSr/2021, Michigan, 6-3, 222 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Michigan's Nico Collins will no longer be wearing the jersey No. 4. The senior wide receiver posted on his Instagram story Monday that he is switching to No. 1. Some of the top receivers in Wolverines history have donned the No. 1, including Anthony Carter, Greg McMurty, David Terrell and Braylon Edwards. All four rank among the top 11 in career receiving yards at Michigan. Collins is the first Michigan receiver to wear No. 1 since Kekoa Crawford, who transferred to California after the 2017 season. Michigan senior cornerback Ambry Thomas also wears No. 1. The 6-foot-4 Collins has been one of the team's most consistent receivers over the past two seasons, catching 75 passes for 1,361 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns -- all team highs during that span. - Ann Arbor News

(DS#4 WR) Sr/2021 WR Nico CollinsMichigan
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  07/14/20 - QB Tanner MorganrJr/2022, Minnesota, 6-2, 215 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Gophers quarterback Tanner Morgan made the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award watch list Tuesday. The award, presented annually to the best college football quarterback in the country, has 30 watch list members. Last season, Morgan set the Gophers's single-season records for passing yards (3,253) and passing touchdowns (30). Morgan, a rising junior, was one of 16 semifinalists for this award in 2019, when the Gophers finished 11-2 and No. 10 in the nation. The quarterback is one of nine returners on offense, including receiver Rashod Bateman, who was also a preseason All-America pick. - Minneapolis Star Tribune

(DS#3 QB) rJr/2022 QB Tanner MorganMinnesota
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  Whether the college football season takes place this fall or in the spring, plenty of eyes will be trained on Kansas State's Wyatt Hubert. A rising fourth-year junior, Hubert was named to the watch list for the Chuck Bednarik Award on Monday. The award, presented by the Maxwell Football Club, annually is given to the player judged to be the best defender in the country. One of the top returning defensive ends in the nation, Hubert is the first Wildcat to land on the award's preseason watch list since D.J. Reed in 2017. He is the eighth player in school history to be considered for the award, which includes 1996 finalist Chris Canty and 2012 semifinalist Arthur Brown. Hubert, a Topeka native, was a first-team All-Big 12 selection last fall. He enters his junior season ranked 12th nationally among active players in career sacks per game (0.50) and 13th in career tackles for loss per game (0.91). - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#13 DE) rJr/2022 DE Wyatt HubertKansas State
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  07/14/20 - QB Brandon PetersrSr/2021, Illinois, 6-4, 230 (DS#11 QB) + More +

  Peters quickly squashed the notion of a quarterback competition in last August's training camp, his first at Illinois after transferring from Michigan. The 6-foot-5, 220-pound native of Avon, Ind., asserted himself into the No. 1 spot and held onto that title for the remainder of the season. Peters missed two games last fall because of a concussion, but he still had the most productive and efficient season by an Illinois quarterback since Wes Lunt in 2015. Peters completed 152 of 275 passes for 1,884 yards, 18 touchdowns and just eight interceptions. Pigeon-holing Peters as a pocket passer, though, isn't quite right. His rushing totals weren't outlandish - 74 carries for 213 yards and three touchdowns - but the one-time Division I basketball recruit managed to break a few big runs when they mattered most.

As Illinois offensive coordinator Rod Smith would say, Peters is "not an oak tree back there." The Illini quarterback has shown that off even more since the team's voluntary workouts with Hernandez and his staff resumed. "Watching him run, he looks absolutely incredible," Hernandez said. "He's got his big, long stride, and he's taking people down with it, winning some races. There's some competitiveness. He has definitely put some work in to help showcase some of his athleticism. "He's definitely standing out right now as a guy who continued to lift, continued to run and continued to work on his overall performance. I think that right there shows a lot to this football team, how important it is to our quarterback to get it done. Hopefully it's going to continue to spread throughout the remainder of our guys as well." - News Gazette Tribune


(DS#11 QB) rSr/2021 QB Brandon PetersIllinois
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  07/14/20 - CB Avery WilliamsrSr/2021, Boise State, 5-09, 198 (DS#40 CB) + More +

  Boise State had 12 players earn a total of 13 selections to the Phil Steele Preseason All-Mountain West Teams. Earning spots on the First Team were sophomore quarterback Hank Bachmeier, senior nickel Kekaula Kaniho, redshirt senior cornerback Jalen Walker, senior linebacker Riley Whimpey, and redshirt senior Avery Williams (at punt returner). Williams, the reigning Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Year, was twice honored on the list, also being named to the Fourth Team as a defensive back. - Idaho Statesman

(DS#40 CB) rSr/2021 CB Avery WilliamsBoise State
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  07/14/20 - QB Justin FieldsJr/2022, Ohio State, 6-2, 223 (DS#2 QB) + More +

  Ohio State football's Justin Fields should be in a season-long conversation for the title of nation's best quarterback. The season-opening watch list for the Davey O'Brien Award - given annually to the nation's top quarterback - included the Buckeyes' Heisman Trophy finalist. Fields threw for 3,273 yards with 41 touchdowns against three interceptions last season and also rushed for 484 yards and 10 touchdowns. Clemson's Trevor Lawrence, the player Fields is most widely compared to in the battle for the nation's best, also made the watch list. - Cleveland Plain Dealer

(DS#2 QB) Jr/2022 QB Justin FieldsOhio State
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