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Arizona State wide receiver Ellis Jefferson announced on Instagram that he'll be transferring to Houston for his senior season. "Being the first Jefferson in my family to go to college and also get a degree was the biggest achievement in my life so far. With my last year of eligibility I'll be going to The University of Houston. Thank you ASU." Jefferson recorded 25 receptions for 325 yards and two touchdowns in his three seasons with the Sun Devils. (Photo credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

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J.T. Barrett enters next season with the chance to set a Big Ten record. Only Purdue's Drew Brees has been responsible for more touchdowns in the conference's history.

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No surprises here: Alabama is the favorite to win the 2017 national championship, according to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Ohio State has the second-best odds. Of the three teams tied for third-best chances, only Florida State has appeared in the College Football Playoff.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech announced receiver Damon Hazelton has officially enrolled at school, but must sit out 2017 because of NCAA transfer rules. He still helps bolster a Virginia Tech receiver group that has question marks for this season and beyond. Cam Phillips, a rising senior, is the only receiver back who contributed in a significant way a year ago. If Hazelton meets his potential, he's in line for a big role in 2018.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami offensive tackle Sunny Odogwu is leaving the program, leaving the Hurricanes without one of their more experienced linemen for 2017. Odogwu started 14 games over three seasons, but missed most of last year with a leg injury and was limited during spring practice. He told coach Mark Richt he feels he will have a better opportunity at playing time at another school. Odogwu has already graduated, so he will have a chance to play right away at his next destination.

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After playing football at Florida State University and advancing to the NFL, Myron Rolle graduates from medical school today. While at FSU, Rolle was a Rhodes Scholar. (Photo courtesy: myronrolle/Instagram)

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Alabama lost a commitment from ESPN 300 running back Dameon Pierce on Thursday. That decommitment brings the Alabama commitment total down to two prospects for the 2018 class with Xavier Williams and Jordan Davis. This is the first time since ESPN started its class rankings in the spring that Alabama is outside the top 11 of the rankings as the Tide aren't even in the top 25 for 2018.

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Tennessee continued its momentum on the recruiting trail Friday by landing ESPN 300 safety Brendon Harris, which is the third ESPN 300 commitment in the month of May for coach Butch Jones. The in-state prospect is ranked No. 274 overall and gives the Vols five ESPN 300 commitments in the 2018 class.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

East Carolina announces three graduate transfer additions from Power 5 programs: Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk, Clemson running back Tyshon Dye and Minnesota defensive lineman Gaelin Elmore. All three will be eligible this season.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas defensive lineman Jordan Elliott has announced that he's transferring. Elliott, a backup, was a top 100 recruit a year ago. Texas also confirmed that defensive lineman Marcel Southall is no longer with the team.

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Michigan regents approved a 14.8 million dollar addition to Schembechler hall on Thursday according to a release. The new performance center renovation will include renovations for athletic medicine, rehabilitation, wellness and nutrition for the football program as well as renovations to team meeting and equipment rooms.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa State defensive back Mike Johnson, who was arrested in February for a domestic incident and later pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, will not return to the Cyclones, coach Matt Campbell has announced. He was suspended after the incident. Johnson started eight games and made 44 tackles last season.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford was asked about SEC commissioner Greg Sankey refusing to recuse himself from the ongoing investigation into North Carolina. Sankey serves as chair of the committee on infractions. "The peer aspect of that whole process, that's what it's been for a long, long time," Swofford said. "I can remember when Paul Dee, the former AD at Miami, Paul was the chair of the committee when Miami joined our league and I can remember having conversations with him about how uncomfortable that was at times, so it's not any different now than it's been. Whether that should be changed in some way has been under discussion for a while, multiple years and so until someone comes up with a better way to approach that kind of situation, we'll see. I doubt that's imminent, but there are discussions about the process and what is the best process to have. My biggest complaint has consistently been how long these kinds of things take sometimes, and unfortunately we've had several that have fallen into not as long as this one, but still lengthy because it would help a great deal all the way around if we could come up with a process that brought things to a culmination more quickly."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said he expects the revenue gap between his conference and the Big Ten and SEC to close once the ACC Network launches in 2019. "That's why we're doing the channel," Swofford said. "We fully expect a gap with particularly the Big Ten and SEC here for a couple of years but that's the very reason we've signed to do what we're doing. We fully expect that gap will narrow considerably when we get the channel up and running."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said what struck him during the relatively quiet spring meetings was "a sense of normalcy that hasn't been there in a decade or so."

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ACC commissioner John Swofford said the league has complete assurances from ESPN that everything is "full blast" and completely on schedule for the launch of the linear ACC Network in 2019.

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Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson called changes to the recruiting calendar "crazy" multiple times, pointing out the unintended consequences on current student-athletes. "If you host a recruit while you're in spring practice, you have to have a day off," Johnson said. "You're going to have to come in and lift or do something on that day and you're going to have to take your day off on a Tuesday, when all your other teammates are lifting. So when they find that out, wait a minute I've got to come back on Saturday and lift because this is my day off and it counts when I'm hosting? It's crazy. Who's going to host in June when they get a little break?"

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina coach Larry Fedora said he would trade the addition of a 10th assistant coach to get the new changes to the recruiting calendar undone. ACC coaches unanimously expressed frustration with the new rules, including spring official visits and a December signing date. "It's almost like they were dangling that and said, 'OK if you want this, you've got to take all this other stuff,'" Fedora said. "Kind of like the way our government works. Isn't that the way that works? Let's stuff some things in there, whether you want it or not, and if you want these things, you're going to have to take this."