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willy_law


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Montee Ball
Silas Redd
Savon Huggins - 2014 WATCH OUT
Lattimore
Davis
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LETSGOBROWNIES wrote:
brownie man wrote:
Michael Dyer is going to be a stud but hes not coming out till 2014. And yes him being a SEC runningback helps. When your playing against the best players in college and your dominating that speaks volume.


Tell that to Montario Hardesty. Cool


I wouldnt put him in the same conversation as Hardesty. Mo had injury problems before he even stepped on the field at Tennesee. Dyer has been productive since a freshman. Whenever you watch him he makes plays and is a 3 down player. I think he'll be a very solid productive back in the mold of a Frank Gore with more burst but not as shifty.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

brownie man wrote:
LETSGOBROWNIES wrote:
brownie man wrote:
Michael Dyer is going to be a stud but hes not coming out till 2014. And yes him being a SEC runningback helps. When your playing against the best players in college and your dominating that speaks volume.


Tell that to Montario Hardesty. Cool


I wouldnt put him in the same conversation as Hardesty. Mo had injury problems before he even stepped on the field at Tennesee. Dyer has been productive since a freshman. Whenever you watch him he makes plays and is a 3 down player. I think he'll be a very solid productive back in the mold of a Frank Gore with more burst but not as shifty.
Montario Hardesty never even averaged 5.0 yards a carry and never "dominated" anything iin the SEC.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's everyone think about Cameron Marshall out of Arizona State?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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What's everyone think about Cameron Marshall out of Arizona State?


I really like the kid. Off the top of my head he might be the best RB in the Pac 12 next year. From what I've heard his brother is probably going to be even better than him Shocked

FWIW here's next year's top 25 by Chris Steuber (Georgia Force's GM) http://chrissteuber.com/features34.html
Only RB on it is Lattimore at 15
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I also like Stepfan Taylor. What's everyone's thoughts on him? I have a feeling most will say "He's a product of the great OL of Stanford."

I also think Michael Ford and Spencer Ware are Sleepers.
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BBando wrote:
Lattimore is the most talented one. But all the miles and the torn MCL will drop him like Frank Gore. As of right now. The class looks really weak.
If Spurrier doesnt run him into the ground.He is going to ruin that kid
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If Dominique Whaley recovers just fine from his broken ankle, and all the coaches say he's way ahead of schedule, he could be a high pick. He was averaging just under 105 yards a game before his injury. He a powerful runner but can also run right by you.
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Knile Davis is a cut above the rest IMO. Like Lattimore, but he is going to be very worn down. Dyer has mega potential, but who knows what happens there.

I don't think Knile Davis will go very high. Obviously he has all the physical tools, but his durability is a major red flag. And not the Adrian Peterson type of minor red flag, but a really big one. He had major injuries in high school, not to mention his ankle injury last spring practice.

Maybe if he runs thru his junior year injury free, teams might forget. But I'd be cautious, tho.
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