Pac-12: Hamani Stevens
- Another Ka'Deem Carey draft profile.
- A look at 10 ASU players who distinguished themselves this spring. And this is just an awesome picture.
- A closer look at a Cal commit.
- Changes coming to Colorado's facilities (plus other Buff links).
- Oregon's Hamani Stevens is having a standout spring.
- A roundtable discussion on OSU and spring ball.
- Ex-Cardinal players find their draft stock sliding.
- UCLA's Fabian Moreau talks about his development at corner.
- USC's spring game is probably not indicative of what we'll see in the fall.
- A Q&A with former Utah standout Trevor Reilly.
- Some standouts from Washington's spring game.
- Backups looked strong during WSU's scrimmage.
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
Perhaps transfers happen in threes?
First, it was projected starting receiver Aaron Pflugrad. Then it was veteran backup quarterback Justin Roper. Now Oregon is losing receiver Chris Harper, who showed great promise in 2008 after switching positions from quarterback.
Harper has been granted a release and will transfer from Oregon, possibly to Kansas State, Kansas or Oklahoma State, which are closer to his home in Wichita, Kan.
The Eugene Register-Guard also pointed out that "combined with the loss of defensive tackle Tonio Celotto, who gave up football, and center Hamani Stevens, who took a church mission, the Ducks have lost five players" who likely would have started or contributed in 2009.