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05/24/16 - James ConnerrJr/2018, Pittsburgh, 6-2, 240 (DS#9 RB) [Newsfeed]
Pittsburgh running back James Conner says he is cancer-free, less than six months after being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. Conner posted on his Twitter account Monday: "God is AMAZING. Just got the call that my body is clean of cancer!!!" Been a long road but God has my back. Thanks everyone who said prayers!" Conner was the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year in 2014, then tore a ligament in his right knee in the first game of last season. Doctors discovered tumors on Conner's chest and neck at Thanksgiving and he was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. He started chemotherapy in December. Conner threw out the first pitch at a Pirates' game last month and said then he hoped to be ready for the start of Pitt's season. - AP Sports

05/24/16 - Troy FlutieJr/2018, Boston College, 6-0, 182 (DS#999 QB) [Newsfeed]
Boston College suspends WR Flutie...Boston College wide receiver Troy Flutie, the nephew of former Eagles and NFL quarterback Doug Flutie, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving on Saturday and was suspended from the team, the school announced Monday. Flutie, 20, crashed his car into a curb in his hometown of Natick, Mass. early Saturday morning. He denied to police officers that he had been drinking, failed field sobriety tests and refused to take a breathalyzer test, resulting in the loss of his driver's license for 180 days. "Troy has been suspended from the football team by Coach Steve Addazio pending further investigation and faces the possibility of additional University sanctions pending the outcome of the court proceedings," Boston College said in a statement to school newspaper The Heights. Flutie, who played quarterback at Natick High School, also spent time at the position for Boston College during the 2015 season, completing 24 of 49 passes for 382 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. He did not record a catch in 2015, but he rushed for 33 yards on 23 carries. - The Sports Xchange

05/24/16 - Connor MitchrJr/2018, South Carolina, 6-3, 212 (DS#16 QB) [Newsfeed]
QB Mitch to transfer from South Carolina...Former starting quarterback Connor Mitch is leaving South Carolina as a graduate transfer this summer. Mitch, who began the 2015 season as the starter before he was injured, will complete his undergraduate studies this summer and then go elsewhere for his final two seasons of eligibility. As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately at another school. Mitch informed Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp of his decision. "I have enjoyed my time at South Carolina and will graduate later this summer," Mitch said in a release. "I believe it's in my best interest to continue my playing career at another school. I'd like to thank all the Gamecock fans for their support during my time in Columbia."

After winning the starting job last summer, Mitch guided South Carolina to a 17-13 victory over North Carolina in the 2015 opener before suffering shoulder and hip injuries in the next game against Kentucky that ended his season. Mitch completed 13 of 29 passes for 165 yards and a touchdown in the two games. After spring practice last month, Mitch was buried on the depth chart behind senior Perry Orth and freshman Brandon McIlwain. - The Sports Xchange

05/24/16 - Maty MaukrSr/2017, Eastern Kentucky, 6-0, 200 (DS#52 QB) [Newsfeed]
Former Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk has signed an athletic grant-in-aid to play this season for Eastern Kentucky. EKU athletics spokesman Kevin Britton confirmed Saturday that Mauk will join the FCS program after going 17-5 over three seasons as the Tigers' starter and leading them to back-to-back Southeastern Conference Eastern titles. He will have one season of eligibility remaining with the Colonels. Mauk was suspended three times in four months during his junior season. New Tigers coach Barry Odom dismissed him in January for another violation of team rules after a video was posted to Twitter that showed a person appearing to snort a white, powder-like substance. - AP Sports

05/24/16 - Davis WebbSr/2017, California, 6-3, 227 (DS#7 QB) [Newsfeed]
Quarterback Davis Webb is leaving Texas Tech and heading to Cal as a graduate transfer after earlier saying he would play for Colorado next season, according to reports from multiple media outlets Wednesday. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Webb is considered an NFL prospect and a candidate to replace 2016 No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick Jared Goff as Cal's starter. As a graduate transfer, Webb will be eligible to play immediately. Webb was enrolled for the spring semester at Texas Tech when he said in January that he would join the Colorado Buffaloes after graduating, but it was a verbal commitment only and he reportedly started to question his decision in February.

Colorado offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini tweeted his support for Webb's decision. Cal coach Sonny Dykes and new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital worked under former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach, who developed the pass-oriented "Air Raid" offense. Webb passed for 5,557 yards and 46 touchdowns with 22 interceptions in three seasons at Texas Tech, but he was supplanted as the starter by Patrick Mahomes. - The Sports Xchange

05/22/16 - Raekwon McMillanJr/2018, Ohio State, 6-2, 240 (DS#1 ILB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ohio State (6-2, 240, Hinesville, GA): Led Buckeyes with 119 tackles; had 16 in one game, 14 in two others; 3rd in conference in total tackles; All-Big Ten; Butkus finalist; Team captain in 16. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - James McFarlandrSr/2017, Texas Christian, 6-1, 255 (DS#21 OLB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: James McFarland, DE, TCU (6-3, 255, West Monroe, LA): Missed 2015 season with broken foot; Defensive MVP of the Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl in 2014; Had 12 tackles for losses, 7 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 41 total tackles that season. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Cameron MalveauxrSr/2017, Houston, 6-5, 270 (DS#29 DE) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Cameron Malveaux, DE, Houston (6-6, 270, Beaumont, TX): 33 tackles, 8.5 tackles for losses, 9 quarterback hurries; won the Hamshire-Fannett Outstanding Student-Athlete Award in high school; member of the HFHS Student Council and Chess Club. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Dallas LloydrSr/2017, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#22 SS) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Dallas Lloyd, S, Stanford (6-3, 215, Pleasant Grove, UT): Academic All-Pac 12 (2nd team); National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete in high school; Eagle Scout; 55 tackles last season. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - William LikelySr/2017, Maryland, 5-07, 176 (DS#15 CB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: William Likely, CB, Maryland (5-7, 175, Belle Glade, FL): All-American punt returner, led the nation with 1,197 return yards in 2015; All-Big Ten cornerback as a sophomore and junior; Started one game at wide receiver, too; Academic All-ACC as a freshman. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Jourdan LewisSr/2017, Michigan, 5-09, 176 (DS#4 CB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Jourdan Lewis CB, Michigan (5-10, 175, Detroit, MI): All-Big Ten performer; several All-American teams; Thorpe and Bednarik semi-finalist last season; 52 tackles, two interceptions in 2015. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Micah KiserrJr/2018, Virginia, 6-1, 245 (DS#6 ILB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Micah Kiser, LB, Virginia (6-2, 240, Baltimore, MD): Led team with 117 tackles; All-ACC; 3rd team All-American, ACC Academic Honor Roll; volunteers at Ronald McDonald House and Agape House. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - A.J. WolfrSr/2017, Duke, 6-4, 270 (DS#29 DT) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: A.J. Wolf, DL, Duke (6-4, 270, Greenwich, CT): Academic All-American; 54 tackles last season; father was an Olympic shot putter. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Tim WilliamsSr/2017, Alabama, 6-2, 230 (DS#1 OLB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Tim Williams, LB, Alabama (6-4, 237, Baton Rouge, LA): Had 10.5 sacks last season, 12.5 tackles for loss; Disruptive pass rusher. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Jordan WhiteheadSo/2019, Pittsburgh, 5-10, 185 (DS#4 FS) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Jordan Whitehead, DB, Pitt (5-11, 185, Aliquippa, PA): One of the top freshmen in the country last season; Consensus Frosh All-American; led Pitt with 109 tackles, most ever by a freshman; Also Academic All-ACC; Rushed 12 times for 122 yards and two touchdowns. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Anthony WalkerrJr/2018, Northwestern, 6-1, 225 (DS#2 ILB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Anthony Walker, LB, Northwestern (6-1, 225, Miami, FL): Fourth in the nation with 20.5 tackles for loss; All-Big Ten; on several All-American teams; led team with 113 tackles. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Drue TranquillJr/2018, Notre Dame, 6-1, 225 (DS#8 SS) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Drue Tranquill, S, Notre Dame (6-1, 225, Fort Wayne, IN): Newcomer of the Year for Irish in 2014; injured last season; high school baseball star. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Jordan ThomasJr/2018, Oklahoma, 6-0, 191 (DS#8 CB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma (6-0, 187, Klein, TX): All Big-12 selection; 46 tackles; 5 interceptions for 153 return yards with one touchdown. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - M.J. StewartJr/2018, North Carolina, 5-11, 200 (DS#9 CB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina (5-11, 200, Arlington, VA): His 18 passes defended tied for most in the ACC; 62 tackles on the season; 4 interceptions, Second team All-ACC. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Weston SteelhammerSr/2017, Air Force, 6-2, 205 (DS#6 SS) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Weston Steelhammer, S, Air Force (6-2, 200, Shreveport, LA): Leading tackler on team last season with 80 stops, had 5 interceptions (11 in last two years), 10.5 tackles for losses; on Watch List in 2015; National Honor Society in high school, cadet cadre survival training in 2015; All-Mountain West first team selection. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Arrion SpringsJr/2018, Oregon, 5-11, 205 (DS#25 CB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Arrion Springs, DB, Oregon (5-11, 205, San Antonio, TX): Led Ducks with 12 passes broken up; recorded 53 tackles. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Cameron SmithSo/2019, Southern California, 6-1, 245 (DS#1 ILB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Cameron Smith, LB, USC (6-2, 245, Roseville, CA): Became first freshman to start at middle linebacker for Trojans in 38 years; Had 78 tackles on season; 3 interceptions in win over Utah, one for a touchdown and was National Player of the Week. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Jabrill PeppersrSo/2019, Michigan, 6-0, 205 (DS#1 SS) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Jabrill Peppers, S, Michigan (6-1, 208, East Orange, NJ): Versatile athlete who returned kicks and punts last season while starting on defense and playing some running back; Moved to linebacker in spring; Named All-Big Ten defensive back; Had 45 tackles; Set New Jersey high school record in 200-meter dash (20.79). - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Calvin MunsonSr/2017, San Diego State, 6-1, 235 (DS#6 ILB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Calvin Munson, LB, San Diego State (6-1, 240, St. Charles, MO): On Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List last season; Lott Player of the Week after returning two interceptions for touchdowns in Week 1; Led Aztecs with 98 tackles and 15 tackles for losses; also a standout baseball pitcher. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

05/22/16 - Viliami MoeakiolarSr/2017, Arizona State, 6-0, 214 (DS#17 OLB) [Newsfeed]
2016 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List: Viliami Moeakiola, LB, Arizona State (6-1, 215, Euless, TX): Team captain; 51 tackles, 6.5 tackles for losses. - Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation/Lott IMPACT Trophy

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