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Alex Wilcox of WNDU-TV reports that transferring Notre Dame senior QB Malik Zaire has chosen Florida and is waiting for the SEC to change its graduate transfer restrictions.

The SEC prevents schools from adding grad transfers if they had a graduate transfer over the previous three years who did not hit certain academic benchmarks. That's a problem for Florida, because Mason Halter and Anthony Harrell didn't meet those requirements in 2015. The SEC will review the rule at its spring meetings -- starting on Wednesday -- and Florida is confident that it will be overturned. If it is, Zaire would compete for the starting job with redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks and senior Luke Del Rio. Texas badly wanted Zaire, and is likely his Plan B if the SEC doesn't alter the rule.
May 28 - 5:56 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Adam Friedman tagged uncommitted four-star 2018 T Penei Sewall as a standout performer in the Rivals 3 Stripe Camp series.

Sewall was denied OL MVP honors at the Los Angeles camp he attended, but only because three-star T Chris Murray -- who Friedman viewed as the best overall offensive line performer in the series -- was just a little better. Friedman writes that the 6-foot-5, 340-pounder (Rivals' No. 79 overall prospect for 2018) "lived up to his billing, dominating opponents with his size and athleticism." He has taken recent visits to Alabama and Oklahoma, but has yet to lock down a timeline for when he will make his eventual commitment.
Source: Rivals
May 28 - 3:55 PM

ESPN's Edward Aschoff tagged Texas A&M freshman DE Tyree Johnson as a summer-enrollee to watch in August camp.

With both Myles Garrett and Daeshon Hall out the door, the Aggies are looking to rebuild at defensive end. Writes Aschoff, "Johnson wasn't considered an elite recruit, but when you're looking for bodies at such an important position, its pretty much all hands on deck." He adds that the 6-foot-3, 247-pound Johnson is "quick and could still add some mass, but consistency will be key." Aschoff also singles out JUCO end Michael Clemons (who is likewise arriving on campus this summer) as another potential option to help Texas A&M on the defensive line.
Source: ESPN.com
May 28 - 3:41 PM

Mississippi State redshirt junior RB Aeris Williams said, "It's going to be hard to stop me this year."

"He is very confident in what he’s doing," said RB coach Greg Knox. "He is very knowledgeable in what he is doing. He is playing with that confidence that you want a guy to play with." While readying for the coming season this spring, Williams has packed on a little weight, with the 6-foot-1 sophomore indicating that he is now around 222 pounds -- compared to the 215 he was listed at last season. He rushed for 720 yards (5.3 YPC) and four touchdowns in 2016, numbers which he will try to top as the expected starter during the coming campaign.
May 28 - 3:25 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Adam Friedman notes that uncommitted four-star 2018 T Rasheed Walker's "progress over the last two years has been fantastic."

"He’s much stronger in the upper body and more patient and disciplined pass blocking," Friedman explains. The 6-foot-6, 350-pounder's strong work during the Rivals 3 Stripe Camp in New Jersey earlier this spring earned him an invitation to the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge. He ranks as the outlet's No. 209 overall player for the 2018 cycle.
Source: Rivals
May 28 - 3:10 PM

Florida freshman DB Shawn Davis said that he expects the NCAA to clear him as academically eligible soon.

Davis was unable to enroll early with the Gators due to the NCAA not approving one of the math courses he had taken. He indicated that he has taken the necessary course in the interim and is hopeful that he will be cleared for launch in the near future. The 6-foot, 190-pounder ranked as ESPN 300's No. 256 overall prospect for the 2017 cycle.
Source: SEC Country
May 28 - 2:54 PM
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