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  • 2009 Big East QB and RB rankings

    I am going to be putting together a compilation thread of all the FBS and FCS conferences of quarterbacks and running backs. I have only taken 1 QB and 1 RB from each school as of now, but plan to add them after other give some input and advice. I would love some feedback and criticism. These rankings are to reflect there potential as an NFL prospect regardless of class.

    Big East QB Rankings
    1. Tony Pike, Cincinnati, Senior, 6'6/225
    2. Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, Senior, 6'4/221
    3. Zach Frazer, Connecticut, Junior, 6'4/225
    4. Bill Stull, Pittsburgh, Junior, 6'3/215
    5. Matt Grothe, South Florida, Senior, 6'0/205
    6. Justin Burke, Louisville, Junior, 6'3/229
    7. Ryan Nassib, Syracuse, R-Freshmen, 6’3/215
    8. Domenic Natale, Rutgers, Senior, 6’2/210

    Big East RB Rankings
    1. Victor Anderson, Louisville, Sophomore, 5'9/185
    2. Noel Devine, West Virginia, Junior, 5'8/175
    3. Mike Ford, South Florida, Junior, 6'2/225
    4. Joe Martinek, Rutgers, Sophomore, 6’0/215
    5. Jordan Todman, Connecticut, Sophomore, 5'9/190
    6. Jacob Ramsey, Cincinnati, Senior, 6'0/230
    7. Delone Carter, Syracuse, Junior, 5'10/214
    8. Shariff Harris, Pittsburgh, R-Sophomore, 6'1/215
    Last edited by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006; 05-02-2009, 07:02 PM.

    Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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    Lovelace won't see the field at all this year. Dom Natale is the starter until Tom Savage wins the job. Young lost his starting job to Joe Martinek, and is a question mark because of knee problems.

    Pretty sure Dion Lewis is the starter for Pitt at RB, and Ryan Nassib at QB for Syracuse.

    I'd use these rankings:

    QB.

    1. Pike
    (order after this doesn't matter, none of them will sniff the NFL)
    2. Brown
    3. Stull
    4. Frazer
    5. Natale
    6. Grothe (bad year, short, doesn't do anything but scramble)
    7. Burke/Froman
    8. Nassib

    RB:

    1. Anderson
    2. Devine
    3. Martinek
    4. Carter
    5. Ford (great tools but can't stay healthy)
    6. Todman
    7. Lewis
    8. Ramsey

    RB is actually loaded again.
    Last edited by Jonny; 05-01-2009, 03:39 PM.

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    • #3
      Stull and Frazier suck honestly. I like Jordan Todman. I think he was very underrated coming out of high school. Wished Penn State went after him a little harder.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jonny View Post
        Lovelace won't see the field at all this year. Dom Natale is the starter until Tom Savage wins the job. Young lost his starting job to Joe Martinek, and is a question mark because of knee problems.

        Pretty sure Dion Lewis is the starter for Pitt at RB, and Ryan Nassib at QB.

        I'd use these rankings:

        QB.

        1. Pike
        (order after this doesn't matter, none of them will sniff the NFL)
        2. Brown
        3. Stull
        4. Frazer
        5. Natale
        6. Grothe (bad year, short, doesn't do anything but scramble)
        7. Burke/Froman
        8. Nassib

        RB:

        1. Anderson
        2. Devine
        3. Martinek
        4. Carter
        5. Ford (great tools but can't stay healthy)
        6. Todman
        7. Lewis
        8. Ramsey

        RB is actually loaded again.
        I'm rooting for D.C. Jefferson personally.
        #Chop


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        • #5
          brown will have a very good year

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          • #6
            Jefferson won't see the field.

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            • #7
              Toddman will beast but Frazer is god awful


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              • #8
                RB:
                1. Pike - no-brainer
                2. Grothe - has the most experience and production of the rest, which is sorta sad; probably not a NFL prospect, though
                3. Brown - first-year starter, has shown some talent
                4. Frazer - first-year starter, maybe he'll get it with some experience
                5. Stull - bleh. Don't count on him.
                6a. Dom Natale (or alternative) - tentative spring starter at RU
                6b. Whoever wins it at 'ville
                8. Whoever wins it at 'Cuse

                RB:
                1. Anderson - no-brainer
                2. Devine - needs to show he's capable of carrying the game on his back
                3. Martinek - cuz I'm a homer and damn did he look good last season
                4. Todman - he could be a stud
                5. Andre Dixon (UConn) - Had a great '07, needs to bounce back from injury
                6. Ford - at this point, Ford has a long way to go.
                7. Carter - probably the best RB in the stable for Cuse last year. Curtis Brinkley was productive, but he wasn't the guy Cuse fans wanted to see in the clutch
                8. Lewis (or alternative) - whatever.
                9. Ramsey - Cincy's system doesn't seem to be tailback-friendly. They need more of a bruiser, I think, 'cuz their O-line isn't designed to open up holes

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                • #9
                  grothe is not an nfl prospect

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                  • #10
                    The Big East QB's with the exception of Pike are awful.

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                    • #11
                      Well, we're talking four first-year starters, probably five once they figure it out at Cuse, so it's not really fair to count them. Grothe is a great college QB the first part of the season and horrible the second part, so he averages out into a decent scrambling QB who'll never make it in the pros, unless it's at fullback or something.

                      And Stull is awful, yes. One out of three? Not bad.

                      Keep in mind, it's a small league. Just eight teams.

                      But the tailback situation, I think, is fairly impressive.

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                      • #12
                        I wish Delone Carter never got injured, he would be one of the top backs overall.

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                        • #13
                          brown has the tools, just needs to have a great year

                          cant blame him though, he had to sit behind pat white for 4 years

                          but, hes been in the film room all the time, so we'll see if it pays off

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                          • #14
                            I have updated the rankings to try and reflect the opinion of the posters who have replies.

                            Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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                            • #15
                              RU QB situation is a big unknown right now. Jabu Lovelace is hilarious because of his name and scrambling ability and terrible accuracy. Natale seems to be the leading guy to start, but in all honesty, I wouldn't be surprised to see DC see time.

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