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Revisiting the epic 1997 Heisman finalist class.

The 1997 Heisman finalists of Peyton Manning, Ryan Leaf, Charles Woodson and Randy Moss is one of the most dynamic ever.

1:13

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Are college transfers bound to become the norm?

Scott Van Pelt digs deep into college football's transfer trends among some of the biggest collegiate programs.

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Texas A&M

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Kirk gets next-level training session.

Former Texas A&M wide receiver Christian Kirk prepares for the NFL draft by engaging in an intense workout with a personal trainer.

2:05

Alabama

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Saban on same page with Hurts' father.

Nick Saban says he had a 'positive' meeting with Jalen Hurts' father, regarding the QB's future.

1:41

South Carolina

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Nothing holding Samuel back on road to recovery.

SEC Network gets an inside look into South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel's journey through rehab after sustaining an injury early last season.

3:48

Florida

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Mullen excited for new challenge at Florida.

Gators head football coach Dan Mullen joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss his transition from Mississippi State to Florida.

5:38

Notre Dame

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Prospect Profile: Mike McGlinchey.

Todd McShay calls former Notre Dame OT Mike McGlinchey a plug-and-play starter due to his versatility and strength.

0:32

Oklahoma State

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Prospect Profile: James Washington.

Todd McShay says WR James Washingon, out of Oklahoma State, make plays and is great at playing the ball in the air.

0:45

Boise State

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Prospect Profile: Leighton Vander Esch.

Todd McShay says former Boise State LB Leighton Vander Esch will bring immediate versatility and playmaking ability to the team drafts him.

0:39

Oklahoma

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Prospect Profile: Orlando Brown.

Todd McShay says former Oklahoma OT Orlando Brown has the talent to be a starter for a long time in the NFL.

0:28

UCLA

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Prospect Profile: Kolton Miller.

Todd McShay sees former UCLA OT Kolton Miller as a younger Nate Solder and potential star NFL tackle.

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Looking ahead to next season

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  • College football's breakout players for 2018

    The calendar has turned to 2018 and there's only one game left in this season, so let's look ahead to some of the players who will define next year's season.