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Ranking the bowl QB starters as pro prospects 1-78

• Senior analyst at Pro Football Focus • Contributes regular columns to ESPN Insider Using PFF grades, stats and some projection, here's a look at the pro potential of the starting bowl quarterbacks. Although many of the signal-callers are not yet draft-eligible, many have already shown areas for optimism and others for concern, and it's never too early to look ahead to the prospects in future classes (data available for FBS quarterbacks only): Yes, we have Mayfield ranked slightly higher than some evaluators, but what he lacks in prototypical size, he more than makes up for with other NFL traits such as accuracy and his ability to handle pressure. He earned the top overall PFF grade for the

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USC fell short of the playoff but will not end 2017 empty-handed

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN.com SEC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2011. Graduated from the University of Florida. Follow on Twitter LOS ANGELES -- Every time Clay Helton sits at the desk inside his USC office, two of his sanctuaries are in full view. To his left, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Trojans’ practice fields. On the wall directly in front of him sits a giant photo of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum littered with cardinal and gold on game night. When Helton talks about being home, that practice field and that stadium -- in which he's 16-0 -- are it. Which is why it’s fitting that the Southern transplant turned hopeful USC lifer has shielded what lies behind that massive

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Transcript Bud Foster

Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster will have his hands full against Oklahoma State in the Camping World Bowl Dec. 28. You have faced a number of great receivers during your time here, what are your thoughts on Oklahoma Sate’s James Washington? Marcell Ateman is equally as talented but he’s a little bit taller and they are a two-headed monster from that standpoint of a receiving corps, then you have a couple other guys that are good as well.

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Christmas Will Be Coming Early For West Virginia Coaches

For the West Virginia Mountaineers, the 2018 recruiting class has the potential to be a game-changer. Capitalizing on the 10-win season from 2016, the coaches from cornerbacks coach Doug Belk to receivers coach Tyron Carrier to Tony Gibson and Jake Spavital have all helped bring in recruits who are highly rated. The gem of the class is Alliquippa safety Kwantel Raines. Raines, who was courted by a host of Power 5 schools, including his home state Penn State Nittany Lions and Pittsburgh Panthers, gave an indication on Twitter that Christmas won’t be December 25th but actually December 20th. Kwantel’s decision should be considered the cherry on top of a spectacular recruiting season. Most of the

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