Many teams have already begun spring practice ahead of college football's 2015 season with spring games on the horizon.
One of Week 1's most interesting matchups will be a prime-time Friday night special as Boise State hosts Washington.
Deeyung Entertainment made a slew of concept helmet designs for numerous college teams.
For a guy who's been interviewing prospects at the combine for 27 years, who stood out most in Indy? Jameis Winston and Amari Cooper top a list of 12.
Washington CB Marcus Peters said all the right things to the media at the NFL combine, but it's how he answers the tough questions from NFL teams behind closed doors that will determine his draft stock.
Names like Leonard Williams and Danny Shelton are no-brainers, but keep an eye out for the Eddie Goldmans and Jordan Phillipses of this draft, who could move up to fit some teams' needs.
Scouts turn private investigators every year in an effort to flip every stone from a prospect's past and build an accurate picture of a player's makeup. These are the most notable red flagged prospects in the 2015 draft.
Former University of Washington cornerback Marcus Peters appears to have every trait of a top-10 pick. His dismissal from the program Nov. 6 after multiple run-ins with the coaching staff will make his efforts at the 2015 scouting combine critical to his final draft status. In a frank conversation, Peters shares what happened and why the NFL should believe that he's a changed man.
Four-star running back Chris Warren says he chose Texas as a result of a coinflip he made during his Signing Day announcement.
College football recruiting rankings matter ... until they don't. A look at the top-ranked classes and prospects over the last few years tells you so.

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