Saturday, Mar 06, 2021 - 07:07:19
134 results - (0.000 seconds)

Devonta Smith:

    Alabama teammates Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith along with Clemson's Trevor Lawrence and Florida's Kyle Trask have been named finalists for the Heisman Trophy. The Heisman will be awarded January 5 during a virtual ceremony. The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the usual trip to New York for the trophy presentation that usually comes with being a finalist. See more: Complete coverage of college football from CBSSports.com Jones and Smith are the eighth set of teammates to be finalists together since the tradition started in 1982. Smith is trying to become the first wide receiver to win the Heisman since Michigan's Desmond Howard in 1991. If it isn't Smith, who leads the nation in receptions (98) and receiving yards (1,511), the winner will be a quarterback for the 13th time in the last 15 years. Jones leads the nation in efficiency rating (202.34), completion percentage (76.5) and...
    Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner Show Skin in Their Festive Christmas Eve Looks Powell’s secret intelligence contractor witness is a pro-Trump podcaster Alabama WR DeVonta Smith leads group of 4 Heisman Trophy finalists The 2020 Heisman Trophy finalists were revealed Thursday, with four players still in the running for college football’s most prestigious award.  The finalists are Alabama quarterback Mac Jones, Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith and Florida quarterback Kyle Trask.  With Jones and Smith as finalists, it marks the second straight season that teammates will finish in the top four. Last year, Ohio State teammates Justin Fields and Chase Young finished third and fourth, respectively.  It was also revealed Thursday that Alabama running back Najee Harris finished fifth in the voting, making this year’s Alabama team just the second team ever to have three players finish in the top five of the same Heisman...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Heisman finalists: Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, Alabama teammates Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith and Florida’s Kyle Trask. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Just making it through the 2020 season was an impressive feat for college football players dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks in their programs and schedule chaos. Among those who were fortunate enough to play a large sample of games, several stood out above the rest for their on-field performances. When the Heisman Trophy finalists are announced Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. ET, four of them will be recognized for their competitive efforts. The Heisman winner will be declared on Jan. 5 in a virtual ceremony. Votes have already been submitted, so bowl performance will not sway the decision. Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith is the favorite for the award, having amassed 1,511 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns this year. MORE: Cases for and against each Heisman candidate Here is a look at the odds, finalists and historic winners for the Heisman Trophy: Current Heisman award odds 2020 Over the past week, DeVonta...
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Southeastern Conference coaches have chosen Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith as offensive player of the year over two fellow Heisman Trophy candidates. The top-ranked Crimson Tide dominated the awards and All-SEC teams released on Tuesday. Cornerback Patrick Surtain II was defensive player of the year and Nick Saban was named coach of the year. Tide teammates Alex Leatherwood and Landon Dickerson shared the Jacobs Blocking Trophy. Smith was chosen as top offensive player over candidates including Alabama quarterback Mac Jones and Florida quarterback Kyle Trask. All three are among the top Heisman contenders. Georgia punter Jake Camarda is special teams player of the year. Auburn tailback Tank Bigsby and Missouri quarterback Connor Bazelak are co-freshmen of the year. Jones was named the top scholar-athlete and first-team All-SEC quarterback. Alabama had nine first-team All-SEC selections while Florida, Georgia and Missouri had three each. The league’s...
    Public school enrollment slips, showing pandemics toll on education Fla. Woman Delivers Over 100 Christmas Trees to Families in Need: It Brings About a Peace Heisman Watch: Alabama teammates Mac Jones, DeVonta Smith tied in final poll In recent years, the college football regular season has ended with a pretty clear front-runner for the Heisman Trophy. That is not the case in 2020, with at least four finalists likely to be announced this week. Coaches Poll and CFP committee agree on top four teams USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Creighton Prep athlete looks to impress as Husker walk-on KETV Omaha College Football Playoff Champion Odds - via BetMGM College Football News Iowa Hawkeyes football team pauses in-person activities for at least 5 days WOI Des Moines Bessemer City High School basketball...
    The 2020 Heisman Trophy race is one of the most-unique campaigns of all time given the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.   One candidate missed two games after testing positive for COVID-19. One team has three candidates that could finish in the top five. Another player might have several FBS passing records with a few more games.   The race likely will come down to Alabama’s trio of Mac Jones, DaVonta Smith and Najee Harris, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and Florida’s Kyle Trask.   Sporting News sizes up the case for each candidate (in alphabetical order by last name):   MORE: Updated odds for the 2020 Heisman Trophy watch (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e0/41/najee-harris-122020-getty-ftr_9x2zdjt7hb881r0weck8r62jp.jpg?t=2123131094&w=500&quality=80 Najee Harris, RB, Alabama   Pros: Harris rushed for 1,262 yards and 24 TDs this season, and he added 32 catches for 316 yards and three TDs. He is coming off an incredible performance in the SEC championship game with 178 rushing yards, 67 receiving yards and...
    The No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL draft has finally changed hands during the 2020 NFL season. Thanks to the Jets’ first win of the season over the Rams in Week 15, the one-win Jaguars now are in the driver’s seat to be on the clock first next April. The development is well-timed with the end of college football’s regular season and the beginning of bowl season leading into the College Football Playoff semifinals. A lot of top pro talent will be on the field when Trevor Lawrence and Clemson face Justin Fields and Ohio State, and while DeVonta Smith and Alabama battle Notre Dame. Here’s how we see the picks from 1-32 playing out now. The top 18 picks are based on the current draft order, according to Tankathon. The bottom 14 is based on SN’s projected finish of the current playoff teams through Super Bowl 55. MORE: Explaining...
    First shipments of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine preparing to roll out Romney Blasts Trump’s ‘Embarrassing’ Flirtation With Martial Law: ‘It’s Going Nowhere’ DeVonta Smith Favored to Become Only Fourth Wide Receiver to Win Heisman Alabama quarterback Mac Jones has been the favorite to win the Heisman the last few weeks. He did nothing to dispel that narrative in the SEC Championship, throwing for 5 touchdowns and 418 yards as the Crimson Tide finished off an undefeated regular season with a 52-46 win over Florida. © Provided by The Big Lead DeVonta Smith. | Chris Graythen/Getty Images In a surprising twist, Jones is no longer the favorite to win the Heisman despite that performance. Instead, his teammate, wide receiver DeVonta Smith, has taken the lead in the odds on all major books I reviewed. It's not a massive lead (-170 to +170 on one, -200 to +150 on another), but...
    Alabama star DeVonta Smith is the new Heisman favorite. In the latest odds from FanDuel, the electric receiver has moved into the top spot at -170. Alabama quarterback Mac Jones has been knocked back to second at +170. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Nobody else in the country is even close to competing for the Heisman.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by DeVonta Smith (@smityyy03) Honestly, these odds are very surprising to me. They’re damn near downright shocking. Smith over Jones? I’m not sure I’m buying it. Don’t get me wrong, he’s a star, but it seems like a bit of a leap.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Alabama Football (@alabamafbl) As a betting man, I’m still all in on Jones winning the award. While he’s apparently lost some serious...
      Najee Harris joined the Heisman watch with a monster SEC Championship Game, putting him right alongside Alabama teammates Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith. Jones completed 33-of-43 passes on the night and, even with an interception, he threw for 418 yards with five touchdowns on the night. While he and Smith are both deserving, the fact that this quarterback threw for 3,739 yards with 32 touchdowns and only four interceptions for the best team in the country likely means that Mac Jones is your 2020 Heisman Trophy winner. Next: Best college football QBs of the 21st century For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.
    What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, December 15 Mississippi police identify 2-year-old boy abandoned at Goodwill donation outlet, arrest suspect Heisman Watch: Alabama teammates Mac Jones, DeVonta Smith separate from the pack Alabama continues to show the myriad ways it can dominate a college football game. This is creating a dilemma for Heisman electors who must determine which Crimson Tide playmaker to put at the top of the ballot. Quarterback Mac Jones retook the lead in our USA TODAY Network weekly Heisman survey, but teammate DeVonta Smith has been gaining ground steadily and is now in second place. LSU upset leads to Florida tumble in Amway Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next USC AD Mike Bohn Chats with Jim Hill CBS Los Angeles Q&A with Alabama receiver DeVonta Smith before SEC Championship...
    Taylor Swifts best red carpet fashion moments How to land a good work-from-home job Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle calls out Arkansas for dirty hit on DeVonta Smith Arkansas Razorbacks special teams player Nathan Bax committed a dangerous and dirty tackle on one of the nation’s best receivers, Alabama’s DeVonta Smith. And though Bax got away with the tackle in the game, as he wasn’t flagged, former and current Crimson Tide players made sure to call him out. © Provided by For The Win Smith helped the Alabama Crimson Tide put up a quick lead over the Arkansas Razorbacks with a punt return touchdown, the first of his collegiate career. But on the following punt return, Bax and a teammate tackled Smith, with Bax twisting Smith’s ankle long after he was down. That didn’t sit well with Jaylen Waddle, who pointed out the play on Twitter. Cmon now Arkansas!!!...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Heisman watch is tighter than ever before after Kyle Trask and Florida’s struggles opened the door for Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith in the Heisman race. As we come down the final stretch of the 2020 college football season, it’s time for the Heisman watch to narrow its focus. While we’ve ranked the top 10 candidates for the entire year, the fact that we have reached the end game here means that it’s time to close the lens and start focusing on just the top five candidates to win the award. What’s interesting is that those top five candidates in the Heisman race made things interesting on Saturday in Week 15. Florida quarterback Kyle Trask played his worst game of the season while Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith, though they didn’t put up wild numbers, continued to roll...
    Its Official! Meet All the Women Hoping to Win Over Matt James on The Bachelor Pfizer’s Covid vaccine ships within hours. Heres how the U.S. plans to deliver it Saturday rundown: Takeaways from Week 15s biggest games theScore runs down the top storylines and developments from Saturday's college football games, and what it all might mean moving forward. © Collegiate Images / Getty Georgia's a juggernaut with JT Daniels It happened too late for Georgia to make a push for the College Football Playoff this year, but the Bulldogs' offense looks lethal with JT Daniels at quarterback. The USC transfer missed the first six games of the season, a stretch that saw Georgia lose to both Alabama and Florida, but has been on fire since cracking the starting lineup against Mississippi State. Daniels' latest strong performance came Saturday at Missouri, as the talented passer threw for 299 yards and...
    Arkansas is tired of Devonta Smith making them look silly. Smith continued his rapid rise up the Heisman charts with an 84-yard punt return touchdown against the Arkansas Razorbacks of Saturday. Smith’s return score marked the beginning of a 35-point swing (and potentially more) in Alabama’s direction, and the Razorbacks are caught on the wrong end of a lopsided scoreline. The possession after Smith’s impressive return, he wasn’t so lucky, as he was tackled after gaining just a few yards of field position. After the hit, however, Arkansas special teams player Nathan Bax may have gotten away with a dirty play. At least, that’s definitely the Alabama perspective on things. Arkansas Playing Dirty pic.twitter.com/uaoOtNUOSf — InsideBamaRecruiting (@RTRnews) December 12, 2020 Arkansass Nathan Bax should be ejected and suspended. — Baelen Hurts Fan Club (@JGFiegel) December 12, 2020 Alabama fans are convinced Bax got away with oneThe fact that Bax’s...
    DeVonta Smith really does it all for Alabama football. You already know Alabama football star DeVonta Smith is the best receiver in college football. But he’s also a pretty lethal punt returner after taking one back to the house against Arkansas for his first career punt return touchdown. He really can do it all and his game is why many in the college football media are advocating for the wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy. Smith has a chance but as a wide receiver, the odds are stacked against him. Nevertheless, he is the best player regardless of position and at a minimum should be a finalist. But members of the media aren’t settling for that. They want Smith to win the Heisman.DeVonta Smith adds to his Heisman resumeDeVonta passes on the opportunity to strike the pose but he could have. #Heisman — Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) December 12, 2020...
    Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith is without question the best at his position, but can he outshine his quarterback Mac Jones to win the Heisman Trophy? The Heisman Trophy has always been the plaything of running backs and quarterbacks. Those power positions have combined to claim it 89 times, with the passers dominating since 2000 with 17 wins, and they’re well on their way to another, with Florida’s Kyle Trask and Alabama’s Mac Jones leading the way with less than two weeks before ballots are due. Smith isn’t going to change that line of thinking, but his continued dominance could still help Alabama make history. No team has ever had both its quarterback and a wide receiver finish in the top three in voting. Doing that ina season when his quarterback has become the front runner would become among the most impressive feats for a position that has long...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA – DECEMBER 05: DeVonta Smith #6 of the Alabama Crimson Tide (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) DeVonta Smith will get plenty of pro attention this offseason. Alabama had two wide receivers drafted in the first 15 picks of the 2020 NFL Draft, as Henry Ruggs and Jerry Jeudy were selected by the Raiders and Broncos, respectively. Nick Saban has once again outdone himself, as DeVonta Smith’s outburst against LSU might help the speedy deep threat get picked higher than either of those last two studs. DeVonta Smith put on a show last night against LSU and honestly has been the best player in college football for over a month now pic.twitter.com/Vlk2jf5ifA — Connor Rogers (@ConnorJRogers) December 6, 2020 Even if Smith doesn’t take the WR1 title away from LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase, these three teams should be...
    The thought of the Kansas City Chiefs potentially adding star wideout DeVonta Smith to their stacked offense should terrify the rest of the NFL.  Each week, the Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes continue to dazzle on offense. Seriously, what in the world are defenses supposed to do to try and slow them down? It’s nearly an impossible task. Whether it’s Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Sammy Watkins, Mecole Hardman or someone else, the playmakers Mahomes at his disposal are endless. But, what if this offense somehow found a way to get even more lethal through the air? What if they used their first-round pick next year on DeVonta Smith? Goodness, that would just be unreal for the defending Super Bowl champs. DEVONTA SMITH IS RIDICULOUS pic.twitter.com/NhCkPJAccB — CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 6, 2020 Devonta Smith joining the Kansas City Chiefs offense would be too unfairSmith went viral on Saturday night...
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Checking in on Heisman watch after Week 14 as DeVonta Smith is the best player in college football but is still behind Kyle Trask and Mac Jones in the Heisman race.  For better or worse, the Heisman Trophy has become a quarterback award. It’s the most important position on the field and the stats in modern college football tend to be gaudy, so it stands to reason why only two non-quarterbacks have won the award since 2000, both of whom were running backs. But if we’re truly looking for the best player in college football this season, it’s not a quarterback. It’s Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver, DeVonta Smith. The senior has been one of the best at his position for quite some time but he’s gone to another level in the 2020 season. His dominant performance against LSU...
    Julio Jones. Amari Cooper. Calvin Ridley. Jerry Jeudy. Henry Ruggs III. Each of those receivers is in the conversation of best to ever play the position at Alabama. That each of them played under coach Nick Saban is a stark reminder of the quantity and quality of elite players he has coached in Tuscaloosa. But Saban might not have coached a better one than DeVonta Smith — something for which the Amite, La., native provided an emphatic argument on Saturday. MORE: Alabama vs. LSU final score: Tide roll in dominant revenge match Smith enjoyed a homecoming for the ages in No. 1 Alabama’s 55-17 win, grabbing eight receptions for 235 yards and three scores against LSU, just 60 miles southeast of his hometown. That includes an absurd first half in which he nabbed seven passes for 219 yards and three scores. And he didn’t even meet the mark set...
    College football Week 14 takeaways, including DeVonta Smith putting on a show for Alabama vs. LSU and Ohio State looking worthy of a playoff spot. Alabama restores order in LSU rivalryLSU sure does miss Joe Burrow. There was no Burrow on the field when LSU hosted Alabama and was thoroughly embarrassed as Nick Saban got revenge for what happened last year with a 55-17 win in Tiger Stadium. Consider 2019 a fluke as the Tide restored order in the SEC West to clinch another division title and will play Florida in the SEC Championship Game on Dec. 19. Alabama wanted to win this game more than any other game — including Auburn which sounds sacrilegious — after what happened in last year’s game and even though they had to wait a few extra weeks after the original date was postponed due to COVID issues with the Tigers, Alabama and...
    Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver DeVonta Smith caused Twitter to crash during his dominant first half against the rival LSU Tigers. Last Sunday, football fans marveled at the dominating first quarter that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After watching that, there’s no way we could see a similar performance on short notice. As it turns out, it took less than a week for that to happen. On Saturday, Alabama Crimson Tide senior wideout DeVonta Smith roasted and toasted the secondary of the LSU Tigers throughout the first half, as he caught seven passes from quarterback Mac Jones for 219 yards and three touchdowns. Just like when Hill embarrassed the Buccaneers’ defensive backfield, Twitter erupted while watching Smith make easy work of his rival. https://t.co/zqlmYWR8be pic.twitter.com/75Wqs8i4jT — Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) December 6, 2020 Told Smitty I need 300 receiving he said he...
    Alabama receiver DeVonta Smith is putting on a clinic vs. LSU.What DeVonta Smith did vs. the LSU Tigers in the first half was utterly sensational. Smith had seven catches for 219 yards and three touchdowns in the first two quarters vs. the Bayou Bengals. His connection with quarterback Mac Jones was too much for Ed Orgeron’s team to contain in the first two frames. While Smith’s first two touchdown grabs were electrifying, his third one shortly before halftime has to be one of the best catches of the college football season. DEVONTA SMITH IS RIDICULOUS pic.twitter.com/NhCkPJAccB — CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 6, 2020 Just give DeVonta Smith the Biletnikoff already and be done with itSmith already owns the all-time SEC receiving touchdowns record and is one away from tying Alabama legend Amari Cooper for the most in a single season with 16. It is already a foregone conclusion that Smith...
    Alabama football star receiver DeVonta Smith is on pace to break the single-game record for receiving yards in a game. Alabama receiver DeVonta Smith had seven catches for 219 yards and three touchdowns in the first half vs. LSU. He is on pace to break the FBS single-game record for receiving yards of 405 set by Troy Edwards. The Louisiana Tech receiver was on fire in 1998 when he had 21 receptions for 405 yards and three touchdowns against No. 4 Nebraska. The 21 receptions were three shy of the record held by Jerry Rice but he set a new benchmark for receiving yards. It was thought to be a record that would never be broken, but the way passing offenses have evolved in recent years, it’s only a matter of time until it’s broken.DeVonta Smith could break the record for receiving yards in a gameCould that fall in 2020...
    Alabama football star receiver DeVonta Smith is the new SEC record-holder for career receiving touchdowns. No one in the SEC has caught more touchdown passes than Alabama’s DeVonta Smith.
    DeVonta Smith dominated Mississippi State in the first half without Jaylen Waddle.The Mississippi State Bulldogs had no answer for DeVonta Smith in the first half. With Smith’s receiving buddy Jaylen Waddle out for the season with a broken ankle, he went out there on a mission to single-handedly destroy Mississippi State in primetime. Smith had nine catches for 159 yards and three trips to pay dirt. Conversely, the entire Mississippi State offense mustered a grand total of 38 yards on the Alabama Crimson Tide defense. This one is already over. The Heisman front-runner???? Mac Jones????DeVonta Smith pic.twitter.com/DJNbhmuAJG — PFF College (@PFF_College) October 31, 2020 DeVonta Smiths route was so nasty he had Jaylen Waddle shaking his head ???? pic.twitter.com/d7fD5HeB7s — SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 1, 2020 Alabama may be shorthanded, but the Crimson Tide are far from out of itAlabama will remain a top-two team when the latest...
    Calif. ballot box set ablaze, damaging ballots How to Practically and Specifically Help Restaurants This Election Year Ranking Alabama wide receiver prospects from Amari Cooper to Devonta Smith to Jaylen Waddle Who would've ever thought Alabama, coached by defensive oracle Nick Saban, would stake its claim as wide receiver university? In 2020, absolutely anything is possible, and here we are, with the Crimson Tide positioned for two receivers landing inside the first round in back-to-back years, something of course that has never ever happened before. © Provided by CBS Sports After a pair of heroic performances from Jaylen Waddle and Devonta Smith in the colossal win over Georgia Saturday night, we figured it'd be an appropriate time to compare and rank recent wideout prospects from Alabama. Of course, for Waddle and Smith, more games are to be played at the collegiate level, but they've been so good for so...
    Sundays have become tough to watch for Jets and Giants fans, with both teams still in search of their first win five weeks into the season. Perhaps Saturdays might offer some more hope. With the Jets and Giants all but assured of locking up a high pick for the 2021 NFL Draft, and plenty of later picks to add much-needed talent to their rosters, it’s never too early to begin looking to the future. Here’s a look at three games on the slate for Saturday with some intriguing prospects to keep an eye on: No. 3 Georgia at No. 2 Alabama, 8 p.m., CBS The SEC’s regular-season game of the year is, not surprisingly, chock full of draft prospects. That’s particularly true at positions of need for the Giants and Jets, including wide receiver and cornerback, which could make for some entertaining battles Saturday night. Alabama has two of the...
    If you made it out of Week 2 with no significant injuries on your fantasy football team…then you’ll probably suffer some next week. Sorry, but it looks like that’s how it’s gonna go this year, at least early on. The only thing you can do is build depth to weather the inevitable injury storm. A good place to start is with our list of the top Week 3 fantasy waiver wire pickups. Grabbing some of the potential long-term contributors, like Jerick McKinnon, Dion Lewis, Darrell Henderson, Joshua Kelley, Tre’Quan Smith, or even Devonta Freeman, who isn’t even on a team right now, is a must. Even if you don’t feel the need to use a waiver claim, adding some free agents after waivers clear around 4-5 a.m. ET on Wednesday morning in ESPN and Yahoo leagues is worth your time. Our full free agent list is loaded with players at every position. Many of the names on the list...
    Summer is bringing a new wave of coronavirus hot spots. See how the map is changing. Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse decision to require masks at all stores, but request customers wear them 2021 NFL Draft film room: Alabama WR DeVonta Smith As we look ahead to the 2021 NFL Draft, it’s time to get acquainted with some of the top prospects in next year’s class. © John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports DeVonta Smith | WR | Alabama What does Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith bring to the table? Check out the film and see for yourself: [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCVwlV_SpZw&w=560&h=315] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLnKNEwVo1k&w=560&h=315] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRO37KRftys&w=560&h=315] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktG20ev6kF4&w=560&h=315] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THdk1W8cw7c&w=560&h=315] MORE:Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence: 'We want to play' MAC becomes 1st FBS conference to suspend 2020 college football season Pittsburgh DL Jaylen Twyman opts out of 2020 college football season WATCH: Henry Ruggs III makes incredible catch at Raiders training camp 2021 NFL Draft film room: Oklahoma...
12