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ESPN National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert talks about the strong group of offensive linemen at today's The Opening Atlanta regional camp.

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Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest mock draft has Mitchell Trubisky going to the Browns with the No. 12 pick, and Deshaun Watson to the Cardinals at No. 13. If Kiper's prediction holds true, it would be only the second time in the last 15 years with no QB drafted in the top 10 picks.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

The 22nd-ranked player in the ESPN Jr. 300, Jamaree Salyer absolutely dominated three consecutive reps, one at left guard and two at right guard.

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ESPN Jr. 300 tight end Will Mallory has a top three of Michigan, Miami and Georgia. Warming up here at The Opening Atlanta regional camp

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Watson looks forward to buying his mom a car (1:06)

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech transfer DT Breiden Fehoko is visiting Louisville this weekend and LSU next week, he told ESPN. He enjoyed his trip to Auburn and also plans to visit Georgia and Ole Miss. The former ESPN 300 signed was a two-year starter for the Red Raiders and will have to sit out 2017 as a transfer.

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Best of Watson at Gruden's QB Camp (3:29)
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Gruden not scared away by 'gunslinger' Watson (1:44)
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Gruden puts Watson through the paces at QB camp (1:50)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt was high on freshman OG Navaughn Donaldson (6-6, 345), who's been working with first team offense during first week of spring ball. But Richt sounded even more enthusiastic about the guys on the line arriving this summer, highlighted by tackle Kai-Leon Herbert, who's now pushing 300 lbs. "Freshmen are definitely going to make an impact" on the line, Richt said.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami players were asked about National Championship aspirations, a thought that makes Mark Richt uncomfortable. "I'm not going to put a limit on what can happen," he said, "but I'm not making any bold predictions either."

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Watson defined by clutch moments against Alabama (2:07)
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Deshaun Watson is all in on and off the field (2:55)
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High-impact transfer: QB Max Browne

Max Browne watched from the bench last season as his team won the Rose Bowl. This season, he's trading in his Trojans jersey for a Panthers jersey as he heads to Pittsburgh in search of a starting job.

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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State is hoping for a big season from Josh Sweat, who'll be healthy for the start of the 2017 season, which would be a first. He was recovering from major knee surgery in 2015, underwent minor knee surgery during 2016 and now is waiting for his finger to heal after surgery. If healthy, he's one of the more complete defensive ends in the ACC.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney told me a few things have changed since he won a national title. There's the obvious -- more mail, more phone calls, more interview requests, more things to sign (including a cast that was cut off and mailed to him). But he said he is still trying to keep his life "simple." He is coaching his 13-yr-old's baseball team for the seventh year, cleaning out his garage and attic, and taking his family to the beach today. The difference in his team? "A true belief and confidence in golly, we can do it." He said he has never measured his own success by winning a national title. It wasn't a goal, he said -- it was a byproduct of their other goals.

Todd McShay ESPN Senior Writer 

One interesting tidbit from QB Mitchell Trubisky's pro day: An NFL personnel director told me that Trubisky's skill set reminds him of Aaron Rodgers entering the league. The similarities: The quick release, the arm talent and the ability stay in balance while moving his feet. A lot of time and motivation went into Rodgers' NFL development, of course, but you see the raw tools with Trubisky.

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