Ty Montgomery
Stanford's Montgomery (Knee) Could Miss Season Opener
Ty Montgomery, WR, STNFRD
News: Ty Montgomery (knee) could miss Stanford's season opener against UC Davis on Aug. 30, CBS Sports reports.
Analysis: Ty Montgomery, who was injured in Stanford's Rose Bowl defeat last season, missed all of spring ball in wake of surgeries to both his knee and arm. The dynamic playmaker is expected to be limited when training camp opens Aug. 4, but the hope is that he'll be able to participate in contact portions of practice by the end of camp. Until further notice, Montgomery appears questionable to play versus UC Davis, a game Stanford should be able to win without him, and will at least aim to return for Week 2 against conference rival USC. In addition to ranking second in the country in kickoff return yards per game last season, Montgomery was far and away Stanford's best receiver, totaling 61 receptions, 958 yards, and 10 touchdowns during his junior campaign.

Brandon Carter
Brandon Carter Update
Brandon Carter, WR, TCU
News: Brandon Carter's career at TCU is likely over because of academic issues, CBS Sports' Dane Brugler reports.
Analysis: He was arrested in April for possession of marijuana, but coach Gary Patterson said Brandon Carter "will not make it" this season due to poor grades. Patterson said that it would be best for Carter to use his remaining redshirt year to get a new start somewhere else. Carter is considered a mid-round NFL draft prospect, and if he can gain eligibility at a new program, he could still have a future in the college fantasy game, but it won't be with TCU.

Dezmon Epps
Idaho's Epps Dismissed From Team
Dezmon Epps, WR, IDAHO
News: Dezmon Epps has been dismissed due to a violation of team rules, The Spokesman-Review reports.
Analysis: Dezmon Epps was likely on thin ice after a DUI arrest in April, and this latest, undisclosed violation will cost him his senior season. As a junior in 2013, Epps was arguably Idaho's best player, amassing 980 receiving yards and four touchdowns in 12 games.

Justin Scott-Wesley
Justin Scott-Wesley - questionable (Knee)
Justin Scott-Wesley, WR, UGA
News: Justin Scott-Wesley (knee) may not be at full strength at the start of the season, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Justin Scott-Wesley was sidelined for most of 2013 with an ACL injury, and [coach Mark] Richt wasn't as sure about when Scott-Wesley would return to 100 percent... He believes he'll be available early in fall camp, though. "I think he might be available to play Day 1, but I don't know if he'll be playing at a tempo in where we feel like he's ready to do it at the highest level," Richt said. "And there's a lot of competition at that position, as well. I'm not 100 percent sure how long it'll be before he gets in there and can go full speed."

Malcolm Mitchell
Malcolm Mitchell - probable (Knee)
Malcolm Mitchell, WR, UGA
News: Malcolm Mitchell (knee) is expected to be ready for the start of the season, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: An ACL injury cut down Malcolm Mitchell's 2013 campaign, but [coach Mark] Richt said that Mitchell, who was a starting receiver for the Bulldogs for two seasons before his injury, "looks great" and that he expects him to be ready for the opening of fall camp. Mitchell has caught 85 career passes for 1,237 yards with four touchdowns and is considered one of the SEC's most talented returning receivers.

Laquon Treadwell
Laquon Treadwell Update
Laquon Treadwell, WR, MISS
News: Laquon Treadwell could be poised for a monster season, according to Greg Ostendorf of ESPN.com.
Analysis: Alabama wideout Amari Cooper beat out Laquon Treadwell for Preseason All-SEC honors, but Treadwell was third in the conference in receptions as a freshman last season, while also compiling 608 yards and five touchdowns. Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace...compared Treadwell to Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant. "I don't like to compare anybody -- you get in trouble when you compare people -- but he's that type of player," Wallace said.

Sammie Coates
Sammie Coates Update
Sammie Coates, WR, AUBURN
News: Sammie Coates has been named to the Preseason All-SEC squad, USA Today reports.
Analysis: Sammie Coates was a breakout player in 2013, snagging 42 passes for 902 yards and seven touchdowns in Auburn's storybook season. The Tigers won't sneak up on anybody this season, though, so it remains to be seen if Coates will be able to match this production.

Amari Cooper
Amari Cooper Update
Amari Cooper, WR, BAMA
News: Amari Cooper has been named to the Preseason All-SEC squad, USA Today reports.
Analysis: This comes as a bit of a surprise, as Amari Cooper had a down sophomore season and loses starting quarterback AJ McCarron to the NFL. The Crimson Tide are hoping that Cooper can regain his freshman form of two seasons ago when he gained 1,000 yards through the air and hauled in 11 touchdowns.

Rob Bolden
LSU's Bolden Transers To Eastern Michigan
Rob Bolden, WR, LSU
News: Rob Bolden transferred to Eastern Michigan on Monday, Hondo Carpenter of SpartanNation.com reports.
Analysis: Rob Bolden's meandering march through college football continues in order to try his wares as a quarterback yet again. In two seasons at Penn State (2010-11 and 2011-12), he completed 165-of-328 passes (50.3 percent) for 2,045 yards and seven touchdowns versus 14 interceptions. It's unclear if he'll be eligible immediately to play QB, but with an unsettled situation at the position, Bolden could immediately fill in under center.

Demarcus Robinson
Demarcus Robinson Update
Demarcus Robinson, WR, FLA
News: After performing well in the spring, Demarcus Robinson appears poised for a significant role in the 2014 Florida offense.
Analysis: The Gators have high hopes for their 2014 passing game after adding Kurt Roper (formerly of Duke) to their offensive coordinator position, and any success the team has will likely have a lot to do with Demarcus Robinson. Robinson dealt with academic and disciplinary issues in his first year and a half with the Gators, but but he seems more focused this year. He's one of college football's most talented receivers, possessing elite athleticism at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds.

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