This one wouldn’t be the most exciting pick in the world, but it would help fill a key need for the Detroit Lions.
According to the latest mock draft by Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com, the Lions will take Florida left tackle D.J. Humphries at number 23 overall in the first round of this year’s draft:
Humphries had a great showing at the combine last week and now his draft stock...
Tony Pauline reports that Florida OT D.J. Humphries is one of the players who’ll leave the Combine with biggest bump in their draft stock.
According to Pauline, more than 20 team interviews scheduled with Humphries. Not to far
Utah OT Jeremiah Poutasi reportedly has 17 interviews scheduled.
Pauline views UMass TE Jean Sifrin and Rutgers TE Tyler Kroft as under-the...
Looks like the Minister of Mayhem will have the perfect man to administer the mayhem. Geoff Collins’ defense got a huge boost when defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard announced that he would stay at Florida for his senior season. We all knew … Continue reading →
Florida OT D.J. Humphries is entering the 2015 NFL Draft. (Rand Getlin)
Rice DT Christian Covington is entering the 2015 NFL Draft. (Joe Schad)
Adam Teicher doesn’t see the Chiefs trading OLB Tamba Hali, as he does have some value to them and his contract would limit the number of teams interested in acquiring him.
Teicher writes that the odds of Kansas City...
On Wednesday, the Gainesville Sun reported that Florida offensive tackle D.J. Humphries will bypass his senior season and declare for the NFL Draft.
Humphries, a 6-foot-5, 295-pound offensive lineman, is projected to be a first round pick.
Is he actually leaving, though? Thursday morning, Humphries tweeted that he is yet to make a decision on his future.
I have NOT made my...
At roughly 7 p.m. E.T. Saturday, Will Muschamp’s tenure as Florida’s head coach will be over. The Gators’ coach will be resigning at the end of the regular season, which comes to a close following this weekend’s bout against Florida State.
If all goes according to plan for Florida against the Seminoles, Muschamp won’t be walking off the Doak Campbell Stadium field. He’ll...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- D.J. Humphries won't mind if he is heckled Saturday at Tennessee.
That means he is back with the team after missing the past two games and much of the season opener due to a high-ankle sprain.
As a freshman in 2012 in Florida's last visit to Neyland Stadium, Humphries got an earful from Tennessee fans. Humphries visited Tennessee multiple times during the recruiting...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Offensive linemen D.J. Humphries and Chaz Green give the Gators a pair of talented tackles when both are healthy. Humphries started at left tackle Saturday and Green started on the right side after missing all of last season due to a shoulder surgery.
When the Gators host Kentucky on Saturday, Green will be on the left side and redshirt freshman Roderick Johnson...