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Alabama Continues to Gain All First Place Votes - Top 25 Teams

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Alabama Continues to Gain All First Place Votes - Top 25 Teams

Players of the Week 8 - Oct. 21
Offense - QB Baker Mayfield - Oklahoma
Defense - DE Joe Ostman - Central Michigan

Team of the Week - Oklahoma

Photo - QB Baker Mayfield - Oklahoma

DraftInsiders.com Poll – Week 8 – Oct. 23
Rank/ Team/ Record

1 Alabama 8-0
2 Penn State 8-0
3 Georgia 7-0
4 Wisconsin 8-0
5 TCU 8-0
6 Clemson 6-1
7 Ohio State 6-1
8 Miami 6-0
9 Notre Dame 6-1
10 Oklahoma 6-1
11 Washington 6-1
12 Oklahoma State 6-1
13 Virginia Tech 6-1
14 Washington State 7-1
15 North Carolina St. 6-1
16 South Florida 7-0
17 Auburn 6-2
18 Michigan St 6-1
19 UCF 6-0
20 USC 6-2
21 Stanford 5-2
22 LSU 6-2
23 Michigan 5-2
24 Memphis 6-1
25 West Virginia 5-2

AP Football Poll
Rank/ Team/ 1st Place Votes/ Rec/ Points
AP Top 25
1 Alabama (61) 8-0 1525
2 Penn State 7-0 1444
3 Georgia 7-0 1409
4 TCU 7-0 1327
5 Wisconsin 7-0 1241
6 Ohio State 6-1 1165
7 Clemson 6-1 1113
8 Miami 6-0 1101
9 Notre Dame 6-1 1066
10 Oklahoma 6-1 1040
11 Oklahoma State 6-1 894
12 Washington 6-1 836
13 Virginia Tech 6-1 791
14 NC State 6-1 666
15 Washington State 7-1 648
16 Michigan State 6-1 615
17 South Florida 7-0 604
18 UCF 6-0 500
19 Auburn 6-2 397
20 Stanford 5-2 344
21 USC 6-2 319
22 West Virginia 5-2 196
23 LSU 6-2 182
24 Memphis 6-1 111
25 Iowa State 5-2 98

Dropped from rankings: Michigan 19

Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 74, Michigan 60, Mississippi State 43, San Diego State 7, Georgia Tech 5, South Carolina 2, Toledo 1, Marshall 1

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Alabama Gains All First Place Votes - Top 25 Teams

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Alabama Gains All First Place Votes - Top 25 Teams

Players of the Week 7 – Oct. 14
Offense - QB J.T. Barrett - Ohio St
Defense - LB Justin Phillips - Oklahoma St

Team of the Week - Syracuse

Photo - QB J.T. Barrett - Ohio St

DraftInsiders.com Poll – Week 7 – Oct. 16
Rank/ Team/ Record

1 Alabama 7-0
2 Penn State 7-0
3 Georgia 7-0
4 Wisconsin 7-0
5 Clemson 6-1
6 TCU 7-0
7 Ohio State 6-1
9 Miami 5-0
10 Oklahoma 5-1
11 Washington 6-1
12 Notre Dame 5-1
13 Oklahoma State 5-1
14 USC 6-1
15 Virginia Tech 5-2
16 Washington State 6-1
17 North Carolina St. 6-1
18 South Florida 6-0
19 Auburn 5-2
20 Michigan St 5-1
21 Michigan 5-1
22 UCF 5-0
23 Stanford 5-2
24 LSU 5-2
25 Memphis 5-1

AP Football Poll
Rank/ Team/ 1st Place Votes/ Rec/ Points
AP Top 25
1 Alabama (61) 7-0 1525
2 Penn State 6-0 1432
3 Georgia 7-0 1417
4 TCU 6-0 1322
5 Wisconsin 6-0 1241
6 Ohio State 6-1 1184
7 Clemson 6-1 1117
8 Miami 5-0 1109
9 Oklahoma 5-1 1066
10 Oklahoma State 5-1 900
11 USC 6-1 886
12 Washington 6-1 811
13 Notre Dame 5-1 798
14 Virginia Tech 5-1 727
15 Washington State 6-1 578
16 NC State 6-1 573
South Florida 6-0 573
18 Michigan State 5-1 563
19 Michigan 5-1 558
20 UCF 5-0 387
21 Auburn 5-2 303
22 Stanford 5-2 274
23 West Virginia 4-2 57
24 LSU 5-2 108
25 Memphis 5-1 62

Dropped from rankings: San Diego State 19, Texas Tech 24, Navy 25

Others receiving votes: San Diego State 56, Texas A&M 46, Iowa State 16, Virginia 10, Kentucky 8, Utah 4, Mississippi State 3, Iowa 2, Navy 2, South Carolina 2, Texas Tech 2, Marshall 1, Florida State 1, Georgia Tech 1

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

NFL Power Poll – Chiefs Host Steelers in Top AFC Matchup

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NFL Power Poll - Week 6

NFL Power Poll – Chiefs Host Steelers in Top AFC Matchup

Team of the Week - Packers

Offensive Player of Week – QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
Defensive Player of Week – Safety Earl Thomas - Seahawks

Rookie of Week - RB Leonard Fournette - Jaguars

Photo - Leonard Fournette - Jaguars

Game of Week #6 - Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (5-0)

NFL Ranking /Record /Team
#1 - 5-0 Chiefs
Chiefs toasted a highly regarded Texan defense to stay unbeaten. Host the Steelers this week.
#2 - 3-1 Falcons
Falcons return from their bye week to host struggling Dolphins.
#3 - 4-1 Packers
QB Aaron Rodgers is just unbelievable to watch and gives Pack a chance vs anyone.
#4 - 3-1 Broncos
Broncos coming off their bye and host the battered winless Giants.
#5 - 3-2 Patriots
Pats well rested after their Thursday night victory and travel to Big Apple to face a surprising Jets’ club.
#6 - 4-1 Eagles
Eagles exploded vs the Cardinals behind an emerging QB Carson Wentz.
#7 - 3-2 Steelers
Steelers’ Big Ben threw five interceptions with two for pick sixes vs Jaguars.
#8 - 3-2 Lions
Lions let the Panthers come back and win behind QB Cam Newton.
n a number of ways and is an improved dangerous club this year.
#9 - 3-2 Ravens
Ravens jumped the Raiders without Derek Carr with an improved offense.
#10 - 3-2 Seahawks
Seahawks defense stopped the high scoring Rams to take the lead in the weak NFC West.
#11 - 4-1 Panthers
Panthers’ offense came back vs the Lions and face big NFC matchup with the Eagles coming in Thursday night.
#12 - 3-2 Bills
Bills fell to the Bengals with another low scoring performance. They get their bye week to work it out.
#13 - 3-2 Jaguars
Jaguars bashed the Steelers and host the Rams this week in a battle of young emerging clubs.
#14 - 2-3 Raiders
Raiders are simply a different club without QB Derek Carr. Host the Chargers this week.
#15 - 2-3 Cowboys
Boys defense was abused again this time by the Packers and are not currently near playoff levels.
#16 - 3-2 Vikings
Vikes beat the Bears late to stay tight in the NFC North race.
#17 - 2-2 Redskins
Redskins come off their bye week and host the 49ers with key NFC matchups on the schedule the next month.
#18 - 2-2 Bucs
Bucs had 10 days to digest letting the Patriots game get away from them.
#19 - 3-2 Rams
Ram’s young offense struggled vs the veteran Seahawks defense. Travel to face the improved Jaguars Sunday.
#20 - 2-3 Bengals
Bengals found a way to beat the tough Bills and get their bye week to regroup after slow start.
#21 - 2-3 Titans
QB Mariota sat out and the Titans offense surrendered 6 sacks vs the Dolphins. Host Colts Monday night in important AFC South matchup.
#22 - 2-3 Texans
Texans lost key game to Chiefs and two start defenders JJ Watt and Whitney Mercilus for the season.
#23 - 2-2 Saints
Saints’ are well rested to host the Lions in a key NFC contest.
#24 - 3-2 Jets
Jets are on a three-game winning streak and host the Patriots in a telltale early season matchup.
#25 - 2-3 Cardinals
Cardinals did not show up vs the Eagles and face two big NFC games before their bye week.
#26 - 2-2 Dolphins
Dolphins beat up the struggling Titans and travel to Atlanta in a huge test.
#27 - 2-3 Colts
Colts have beat back to back winless teams without QB Andrew Luck. Hope he returns for their Monday night matchup vs the Titans.
#28 - 1-4 Chargers
Chargers found a way to win vs struggling GMen.
#29 - 1-4 Bears
Bears going through growing pain with rookie QB Matt Trubisky to lost Monday game vs the Vikings.
#30 - 0-5 Giants
GMen overrated defense stops no one in crunch time.
#31 - 0-5 49ers
49ers shot themselves again vs the Colts t in OT. Go to the Capital searching for their first win.
#32 - 0-5 Browns
Cleveland’s HC Hue Jackson fell to 1-20, losing late to ex-Brown’s QB Josh McCown and Jets.

Frank Coyle is a long time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Alabama & Clemson Retain Top 2 Spots - Top 25 Rankings

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Alabama & Clemson Hold All First Place Votes - Top 25 Teams

Players of the Week 6 – Oct. 7
Offense - RB Kerryon Johnson - Auburn
Defense - LB Joe Bachie - Michigan St

Team of the Week - Iowa St.

Photo - WR Christian Kirk - Texas A&M

DraftInsiders.com Poll – Week 6 – Oct. 9
Rank/ Team/ Record

1 Alabama 6-0
2 Clemson 6-0
3 Penn State 6-0
4 Washington 6-0
5 Georgia 6-0
6 Wisconsin 6-0
7 Washington State 6-0
8 TCU 5-0
9 Ohio State 5-1
10 Auburn 5-1
11 Miami 4-0
12 Oklahoma 4-1
13 San Diego St 6-0
14 Oklahoma State 4-1
15 Notre Dame 5-1
16 USC 5-1
17 North Carolina St. 5-1
18 Michigan St 4-1
19 Michigan 4-1
20 South Florida 5-0
21 Navy 5-0
22 Virginia Tech 5-1
23 UCF 4-0
24 Utah 4-1
25 Texas Tech 4-2

AP Football Poll
Rank/ Team/ 1st Place Votes/ Rec/ Points
AP Top 25
1 Alabama (43) 6-0 1507
2 Clemson (18) 6-0 1481
3 Penn State 6-0 1370
4 Georgia 6-0 1327
5 Washington 6-0 1284
6 TCU 5-0 1192
7 Wisconsin 5-0 1127
8 Washington State 6-0 1094
9 Ohio State 5-1 1051
10 Auburn 5-1 914
11 Miami 4-0 908
12 Oklahoma 4-1 851
13 USC 5-1 795
14 Oklahoma State 4-1 712
15 Virginia Tech 5-1 617
16 Notre Dame 5-1 583
17 Michigan 4-1 524
18 South Florida 5-0 482
19 San Diego State 6-0 465
20 NC State 5-1 421
21 Michigan State 4-1 416
22 UCF 4-0 274
23 Stanford 4-2 109
24 Texas Tech 4-1 105
25 Navy 5-0 74

Dropped from rankings: Louisville 17, Utah 20, Florida 21, West Virginia 23

Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 39, West Virginia 26, Louisville 25, Utah 17, LSU 9, Florida 9, Kentucky 6, Iowa State 5, Texas A&M 4, Memphis 2

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Jet's Rookie Safety Jamal Adams' Scouting Report - Draft Insiders

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Draft Insiders’ 2017 Yearbook - Jamal Adams Scouting Report
March, 2017

Photo - Safety Jamal Adams #33 - Jets

Jamal Adams has started since day one in the NY Jets secondary and is showing impact ability despite his limited experience. At the NFL quarter pole, he has gained attention as a defensive rookie of the year.

Jamal Adams #33 - 6-0, 215, LSU - Sp. 4.45 Rating 93 - Hindu Theory: Landon Collins
Big, versatile, experienced true junior finished an excellent career, starting since late in his freshman season. Earned 1st team All-American and All-SEC in 2016 and 2nd team SEC honors in 2015. Fine physique and height with very long 33 3/8” arms and solid frame for either safety position. Physical defender played in 37 games with 26 starts. Terrific athlete and effective as either the box or high safety. His versatility strengthens his resume in the eyes of many scouts to climb up draft boards with strong pre-draft workouts. Very aggressive in pursuit and closes downhill hard. Displays the start/stop quickness to recover and change directions easily. Naturally smooth in coverage and closes to the ball well. Strong hands and flexibility to adjust to the ball and pick it off. With the increasing need in bigger safeties, he fits the role to handle tight ends in coverage or support the run at the line. Fine fluidity in the open-field with the ability to finish with bone crushing tackles. Good backpedal and flexible hips to open up and run with tight ends and backs. Smooth change of directions with the ability to close. Able to turn, run and recover when the ball is in the air. Reads routes well and dependable in coverage and seldom out of position. Can call defensive signals. Some experience over the slot receiver in sub packages with the ability to play bump and run well. Exceptional playing zone coverage with good eyes and capable of finishing with big hits. Covers tightly and will pinch down throwing lanes. Average to plant and drive on throws, though arrives with a physicality that forces turnovers. As a run defender, plays with a sense of urgency, taking precise pursuit angles to track high to low. Physical thumper when tackling and many stops drop ball carriers in their tracks. Carries out his assignments with a good football IQ and rarely takes a penalty. This defender has scheme versatility to matchup in a few roles. As a junior, he made 76 tackles, 7.5 TFL, 1 pick, 1 FF, 1 sack and 4 PBU, starting 12 games. Earned first team SEC honors. As a sophomore, he started 12 games and made 67 tackles, 5 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF, 6 PBU and 4 picks and first team SEC honors. Over his three-year career, he made 209 tackles with 17.5 TFL, 15 PBU, 2 FF and 5 picks. At the NFL Combine, he came in just over 6’, 214 lbs. with 33 3/8” arms and 18 reps in the lifting. He ran 4.56 time with a 31.5” VL and 10’ BJ. He had a 4.13 shuttle and 6.96 three cone. He did well in the positional drills for an outstanding overall workout. At his pro day, he ran an improved 4.33 sprint time. Compares well to Landon Collins in size, AA along with his strengths and impact on a game. Displays good recovery speed for the next level and can be effective in either a man or zone scheme. He has the size/speed ratio to be an intriguing prospect with rookie starting time after a strong SEC career. Plug and play three down safety with impact. Maybe the safest selection in the entire draft. Shows the mental toughness to take on leadership roles. Probable top 10 pick off his talent, production and upside. Starter with a high ceiling in the right setting. Future Pro Bowler with early impact ability.
Draft Projection: 1st Round

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

NFL Power Poll – Chiefs Remain Only Undefeated & Top AFC West

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NFL Power Poll - Week 5

NFL Power Poll – Chiefs Remain Undefeated & Top AFC West

Team of the Week - Houston Texans

Offensive Player of Week – RB Todd Gurley - Rams
Defensive Player of Week – DE Cameron Heyward - Steelers

Rookie of Week - QB Deshaun Watson - Texans

Photo – RB Todd Gurley - Rams

Game of Week #5 – 10/8 - Green Bay Packers (3-1) at Dallas Cowboy (2-2)

NFL Ranking /Record /Team
#1 - 4-0 Chiefs
Chiefs beat Redskins on late charge. Travel to Houston for key AFC matchup.
#2 - 3-1 Falcons
Falcons were shocked at home by the Bills. Get a bye this week to regroup.
#3 - 3-1 Steelers
Steelers jumped the Ravens to redeem their lost to the Bears.
#4 - 3-1 Packers
QB Aaron Rodgers smoked the Bears’ and Pack get 10 days to prepare for trip to Big D.
#5 - 3-1 Broncos
Broncos were dominant on defense vs the Raiders last week.
#6 - 2-2 Patriots
Defending champs were beat at the buzzer on a 48 yard FG to go .500.
hind Tom Brady worked their miracles again late this time vs the Texans.
#7 - 3-1 Lions
Lions can win in a number of ways and is an improved dangerous club this year.
#8 - 2-2 Raiders
Broncos beat the Raiders for the 2nd week in a row with QB Derek Carr nixed up again.
#9 - 2-2 Cowboys
Boys defense was abused by the Rams that exploited several key liabilities.
#10 - 3-1 Eagles
Eagles are finding ways to win and host Cardinals this week in a key NFC contest.
#11 - 3-1 Bills
Bills drilled the Falcons in their building with one of the more impressive wins of the early season.
#12 - 2-2 Ravens
Ravens were bashed by their rival the Steelers with another weak offensive output.
#13 - 2-2 Titans
QB Mariota gets hurt while the Titans defense gets taken to school by rookie QB Deshaun Watson.
#14 - 2-2 Seahawks
Seahawks toasted the pathetic Colts. Travel to LA for key West test with the Rams.
#15 - 2-2 Vikings
Vikes lost a tight battle with the Lions and goes to Chicago Monday nite for key NFC North matchup.
#16 - 2-2 Redskins
Redskins fought the Chiefs down to the wire only to lose on a FG on the final play.
#17 - 2-1 Bucs
Bucs came back late with two drives to beat the winless GMen.
#18 - 3-1 Rams
Rams offense shows signs of life with huge win over the Cowboys that keeps them atop the NFC West.
#19 - 3-1 Panthers
Panthers’ offense beatup the Patriots for an impressive victory that keeps them tied for the South lead.
#20 - 2-2 Texans
Texans exploded vs the Titans with another huge effort by rookie QB Deshaun Watson.
#21 - 2-2 Saints
Saints’ defense shutout the Jets and get their bye week to celebrate the defensive gem.
#22 - 2-2 Jaguars
Jaguars lost to the Jets in OT and now must travel to Pittsburgh for a key AFC contest.
#23 - 2-2 Cardinals
Cardinals beat the 49ers in OT to get to .500. Face key road game in Philly Sunday.
#24 - 2-2 Jets
Jets coming off two game winning streak and travel to Cleveland for key matchup.
#25 - 1-3 Bengals
Bengals hope last win puts them on the beam with tough Bills coming to town.
#26 - 1-2 Dolphins
Dolphins were shut out by the Saints, by the Saints!!!!
#27 - 1-3 Colts
Colts hoping QB Andrew Luck returns in the next few weeks to give this club stability.
#28 - 1-3 Bears
Bears host Monday game vs the Vikings that determines their early direction.
#29 - 0-4 Giants
GMen host the battle of winless clubs with Chargers coming to MetLife.
#30 - 0-4 Chargers
Chargers continue to find ways to lost close games.
#31 - 0-4 49ers
49ers lost in OT to the Cardinals. Go to Indy for their first win.
#32 - 0-4 Browns
Brownies were toasted by instate rival, the Bengals. Host Jets in a winnable matchup.

Frank Coyle is a long time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Alabama & Clemson Claim Top 2 Rankings

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Alabama & Clemson Claim Top 2 Rankings - Top 25 Teams

Players of the Week 5 – Sept. 30
Offense - RB Saquon Barkley - Penn St
Defense - CB Jalen Davis - Utah St.

Team of the Week – Auburn

Photo - QB Luke Falk - Washington St.

DraftInsiders.com Poll – Week 5 – Oct. 2
Rank/ Team/ Record

1 Alabama 5-0
2 Clemson 5-0
3 Oklahoma 4-0
4 Penn State 5-0
5 Washington 5-0
6 Georgia 5-0
7 Wisconsin 5-0
8 Michigan 4-0
9 TCU 4-0
10 Ohio State 4-1
11 Washington State 5-0
12 Auburn 4-1
13 Miami 3-0
14 San Diego St 5-0
15 Oklahoma State 4-1
16 Notre Dame 4-1
17 Southern Cal 4-1
18 Louisville 4-1
19 South Florida 5-0
20 Utah 4-0
21 Virginia Tech 4-1
22 North Carolina St. 4-1
23 West Virginia 3-1
24 Florida 3-1
25 UCF 3-0

AP Football Poll
Rank/ Team/ 1st Place Votes/ Rec/ Points
AP Top 25
1 Alabama (44) 5-0 1506
2 Clemson (17) 5-0 1475
3 Oklahoma 4-0 1392
4 Penn State 5-0 1325
5 Georgia 5-0 1237
6 Washington 5-0 1218
7 Michigan 4-0 1115
8 TCU 4-0 1079
9 Wisconsin 4-0 1028
10 Ohio State 4-1 1016
11 Washington State 5-0 980
12 Auburn 4-1 802
13 Miami 3-0 782
14 USC 4-1 713
15 Oklahoma State 4-1 664
16 Virginia Tech 4-1 549
17 Louisville 4-1 507
18 South Florida 5-0 440
19 San Diego State 5-0 373
20 Utah 4-0 358
21 Florida 3-1 349
Notre Dame 4-1 349
23 West Virginia 3-1 221
24 NC State 4-1 149
25 UCF 3-0 120

Dropped from rankings: Mississippi State 24, LSU 25

Others receiving votes: Oregon 19, Florida State 15, Georgia Tech 10, Texas Tech 10, Stanford 8, Navy 7, Kansas State 3, Memphis 2, Texas A&M 2, Maryland 1, Troy 1

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

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