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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Been tellin' ya Braxton winnin' dat Heisman, man
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Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Been tellin' ya Braxton winnin' dat Heisman, man


If Jadeveon doesn't win heisman, then no D play will again.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 5:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Riley McMinn for 2015 Heisman
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So I'm starting scouting QBs, as of yesterday.

First QB I started was Stephen Morris. I see why he's getting all that hype. That's one pretty deep ball. His footwork needs some work. It's solid sometimes and lacking others. He also eats some ugly sacks.
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Senior Running Backs:
1. Charles Sims, West Virginia [6’0 213]
2. Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky [6’0 219]
3. James White, Wisconsin [5’10 197]
4. Damien Williams, Oklahoma [5’11 214]
5. Venric Mark, Northwestern [5’8 175]
6. Alfred Blue, Louisiana State University [6’2 220]
7. LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State [5’10 195]
8. Silas Redd, Southern California [5’10 200]
9. Tim Flanders, Sam Houston State [6’1 210]
10. James Sims, Kansas [6’1 202]

Junior Running Backs:
1. Bishop Sankey, Washington [5’10 200]
2. James Wilder Jr., Florida State [6’2 226]
3. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska [5’9 190]
4. De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon [5’9 176]
5. Lache Seastruck, Baylor [5’10 205]
6. Storm Johnson, Central Florida [6’1 216]
7. Tre Mason, Auburn [5’10 198]
8. Jerome Smith, Syracuse [6’0 217]
9. Isaiah Crowell, Alabama State [6’1 215]
10. Michael Dyer, Arkansas Baptist [6’1 212]

Redshirt Sophomores:
1. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin [6’1 206]
2. Storm Woods, Oregon State [6’0 197]
3. Brandon Williams, Texas A&M [5’11 192]
4. Jay Ajayi, Boise State [5’11 215]
5. Romar Morris, North Carolina [5’10 185]






Senior Wide Receivers:
1. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt [6’3 205]
2. Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin [6’2 188]
3. Cody Hoffman, Brigham Young University [6’4 215]
4. Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest [5’11 195]
5. Devin Street, Pittsburgh [6’3 192]
6. Dri Archer, Kent State [5’8 175]
7. Noel Grigsby, San Jose State [5’11 175]
8. Tevin Reese, Baylor [5’10 165]
9. Ryan Grant, Tulane [6’1 190]
10. Alex Amidon, Boston College [5’11 186]

Junior Wide Receivers:
1. Sammy Watkins, Clemson [6’1 205]
2. Brandon Coleman, Rutgers [6’6 220]
3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195]
4. Allen Robinson, Penn State [6’3 204]
5. Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia [6’1 192]
6. Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss [6’2 214]
7. Kenny Bell, Nebraska [6’1 185]
8. DeVante Parker, Louisville [6’3 204]
9. Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma [5’9 160]
10. Rashad Greene, Florida State [6’0 175]

Redshirt Sophomore Wide Receivers:
1. Mike Evans, Texas A&M [6’5 225]
2. Sean Price, Appalachian State [6’5 214]
3. Devante Adams, Fresno State [6’2 200]
4. LaDarius Brown, Texas Christian [6’3 220]
5. DeVaris Daniels, Notre Dame [6’2 190]






Senior Offensive Tackles:
1. Jake Matthews, Texas A&M [6’5 305]
2. Taylor Lewan, Michigan [6’8 309]
3. James Hurst, North Carolina [6’7 305]
4. Jack Mewhort, Ohio State [6’6 308]
5. JaWuan James, Tennessee [6’6 323]
6. Ryan Groy, Wisconsin [6’5 318]
7. Cornelius Lucas, Kansas State [6’9 328]
8. Seantrel Henderson, Miami (FL) [6’8 346]
9. Zack Martin (OG), Notre Dame [6’4 304]
10. Morgan Moses, Virginia [6’6 325]

Junior Offensive Tackles:
1. Cameron Erving, Florida State [6’6 310]
2. Antonio Richardson, Tennessee [6’6 332]
3. Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama [6’6 311]
4. Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin [6’8 342]
5. Cameron Fleming, Stanford [6’6 314]
6. La’el Collins, Louisiana State University [6’5 321]
7. Kaleb Johnson, Rutgers [6’4 300]
8. Eric Lefeld, Cincinnati [6’6 287]
9. Jake Fisher, Oregon [6’6 295]
10. Brandon Schreff, Iowa [6’5 315]

Redshirt Sophomores:
1. Tyler Johnstone, Oregon [6’6 292]
2. Brandon Shell, South Carolina [6’6 321]
3. La’Raven Clark, Texas Tech [6’5 303]
4. Greg Robinson, Auburn [6’5 311]
5. Kiaro Holts, North Carolina [6’4 295]
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No Ka'Deem Carey? No Cre-Di Bility.
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No Ka'Deem Carey? No Cre-Di Bility.


No....and.....no? Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Watched a few games of Fales the other day. I think he has underrated arm strength, but his accuracy isn't as good as it's being cracked up to be. I think it's footwork related though.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2013 6:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?
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3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?


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corry wrote:
3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?


Question


The fact that he's ranked third is what I'm questioning. I haven't watched any tape on any of these guys. I was just wondering what you're seeing that other people aren't, most have him as a top ten lock.
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Its A Sabotage wrote:
corry wrote:
3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?


Question


The fact that he's ranked third is what I'm questioning. I haven't watched any tape on any of these guys. I was just wondering what you're seeing that other people aren't, most have him as a top ten lock.


He's small and think he has questionable routes and hands. I think he's a slightly better Jeremy Maclin.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here are my QB Charts. Currently 15 QBs, 125+ charts.
http://draft-jaguars.blogspot.com/
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Its A Sabotage wrote:
corry wrote:
Its A Sabotage wrote:
corry wrote:
3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?


Question


The fact that he's ranked third is what I'm questioning. I haven't watched any tape on any of these guys. I was just wondering what you're seeing that other people aren't, most have him as a top ten lock.


He's small and think he has questionable routes and hands. I think he's a slightly better Jeremy Maclin.


Didnt maclin get drafted #18 or 19? Top-10 isnt outta the question if he is a better version no?
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corry wrote:
Its A Sabotage wrote:
corry wrote:
3. Marqise Lee, Southern California [5’10 195] ?


Question


The fact that he's ranked third is what I'm questioning. I haven't watched any tape on any of these guys. I was just wondering what you're seeing that other people aren't, most have him as a top ten lock.


He's small and think he has questionable routes and hands. I think he's a slightly better Jeremy Maclin.


Didnt maclin get drafted #18 or 19? Top-10 isnt outta the question if he is a better version no?


You also, at this time, have a better quality of top-end talent that will push him down.
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