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National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert gives his breakdown of standouts at The Opening Miami Nike Regional camp.

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Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

Uncommitted ESPN 300 defensive back Asante Samuel Jr., does a nice job of not giving up on the play.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

ESPN 300 running back James Cook, the 39th-ranked player in the country and an FSU commit, might not be as smooth as his older brother Dalvin, but he's not far off.

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Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

5-star DB Patrick Surtain Jr. will be releasing a top 10 soon but says that LSU, FSU, Florida, Alabama, Clemson, Miami and Ohio State will be on that list. Surrain is out today with a hamstring injury.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

ESPN 300 running back James Cook, younger brother of Dalvin Cook said he's still interested in other schools such as Florida and Georgia. Said he was about "70-80%" committed to FSU.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

Alabama ESPN 300 ATH commit Xavier Williams sporting Alabama gloves. The 18th-ranked player in the country said he'll visit Alabama for junior day as well as Clemson at some point this spring.

Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

ESPN 300 OL Curtis Dunlap checking in at The Opening regional Miami. Visited the Hurricanes yesterday. No timeline on decision yet.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Herman's first 2018 commit: Florida WR Justin Watkins has flipped from Florida State to Texas. Watkins is the No. 10 recruit and No. 1 ATH in the ESPN Junior 300.

Todd McShay @McShay13

Just finished 6-gm study of Deshaun Watson. Completed 79% w/in 25 yards beyond line of scrimmage. Impressive! But only 29% beyond 25 yards

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy, but after Deshaun Watson's performance in the College Football Playoff, some wondered whether voters had "Heisman remorse." Louisville coach Bobby Petrino weighed in on that topic, telling ESPN.com Friday, "I think all you have to do is look at his numbers. What Lamar did probably won't be matched for a long, long time. It was one of the most amazing seasons anyone has ever put together." Jackson threw for 3,543 yards, ran for 1,571 yards and scored 51 total touchdowns. Watson finished second in the December voting.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Pitt RB James Conner, who missed most of 2015 with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, received a clean scan today, a week prior to combine, per source.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech has hired Terrance Jamison as defensive line coach. Jamison arrives after three seasons coaching defensive line at Florida Atlantic.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

It likely won't matter, but Florida State star safety Derwin James (knee) received a redshirt and enters 2017 as a sophomore again. He'll still be eligible for the draft after this season. Fellow safety Nate Andrews (pectoral) received a medical redshirt, extending his career. Andrews played in every game his first three seasons before the midseason injury in 2016.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

With the amended NOA, Ole Miss' football program now faces 15 Level I violations. Nine of the. came from the previous NOA. One was upgraded as well. There are six in the new NOA.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Hugh Freeze: "I am extremely disappointed to learn that any member of my staff violated any SEC or NCAA rules, and as the head coach, I regret those actions. Any behavior by my staff that is inconsistent with that commitment to do things the right way simply does not reflect the emphasis I personally place on NCAA compliance. As the record will show, I am constantly communicating to our compliance office, the SEC office, and industry leaders to make sure we are using best practices when it comes to doing things the right way. Contrary to the allegations, I have demonstrated throughout this entire process that I have a strong record of promoting compliance and monitoring my staff, and I look forward to presenting that evidence to the Committee on Infractions."