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Week 1

Terrence Cody SOPH NT Alabama: Wow, what a player, totally destroyed the Clemson running game, could be a true star down the line, great looking talent in his first game.


Nate Irving ILB SOPH NC State: All over the field, was the best "new" linebacker I saw all weekend, fast, hits hard and can really get off blocks with ease.


Emanuel Cook JR S South Carolina: One of the best safeties in the nation, last year was a big hitter and is even better this season, great open field tackler. If he works a little more on pass coverage he could be the best safety in the nation.


Butch Lewis SOPH OG USC: Was a beast, showed great athletic ability for a big man and sure has a bright future as a Trojan.


Clay Matthews SR DE USC: Will come out in this years draft as a potential OLB in a 3/4, played a great game and showed great intensity.


Ronald Johnson SOPH WR USC: Really did not do much last season but might be one of the best of a group of stacked SOPH USC WR's.


Damien Williams SOPH WR USC: Obviously he has talent, great run after catch athlete and should be the next great USC WR.


Javid Best SOPH RB Cal: Really showed toughness at RB, and with his speed he could be one of the best RB prospects in the nation if he can handle the pounding RB's take.


Mark Dell SOPH WR Michigan State: Really impressive, made great catches all over the field, good route runner and will easily take the place of Devin Thomas of last season.


Branden Warren SOPH TE Tennessee: Did not have a great game but is back from being gone for a year, was a monster at Florida State as a freshman, and should be wonderful this year for Tennessee as a pass catcher.


Demetrice Morley JR S Tennessee: Another Vol back from the brink, amazing safety, love his size, speed and ability to not only take the ball away but also tackle really well. Could be a great safety and arguably Berry and Morley are the best two safeties in the nation on any one team.


Brian Price SOPH DT UCLA: Was great in the middle for the Bruins, very quick, got off the ball and really played well and make big plays all game long.




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Jasper Brinkley, I love him but really he will not be fast enough to play ILB in the NFL.

Sanchez is like a totally different player at QB on USC.

There are a lot of good but small CB's around in college football, here are a few just in terms of who I saw this weekend. Now everyone nows Munnerlyn is a player, but all of these other guys outside of Verner are new to me...very good prospects despite their size they can flat out cover and isn't that the point.

Captain Munnerlyn South Carolina
Alterraun Verner UCLA
Syd’Quan Thompson Cal
Bruce McCain Utah
DeAndre Morgan NC State
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Clay Matthews: Stock is really increasing, looked like a beast off the edge against Virginia. Could be a perfect 3/4 OLB prospect and could be one of the best available.



Zack Follett, Anthony Felder and Worrell Williams of Cal. What an amazing group of linebackers and all seem to be much improved over last year. Just in terms of three starters, they might have the best three starting linebackers of any team in the nation.

Otis Wiley: Had a big time game against Cal, he is big, can hit and cover.



Montario Hardesty: If he keeps up his solid play he will be a sleeper down the line for sure.
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Jevan Snead SOPH QB Mississippi: What can you say, wow, Mississippi now officially has a football team. What a QB, he can make all the throws, has a really strong arm, and can move around in the pocket a little also. What a prospect to watch.


Carlos Dunlap SOPH DE Florida: Such a large athletic human being, could be an absolute stud. Only problem, and it is the obvious problem, he is not consistent and is lazy at times because of his extreme talent. Amazing prospect though.


Erique Dozier SR ILB Bowling Green: Coming off his stellar performance against Pitt last year, this extremely athletic and fast ILB should be flying up the draft charts because of his intelligence and athletic ability on the field.


Robert Marve FR QB Miami FL: Quite an impressive showing for this young man, strong arm and he should be the QB, along with his other standout freshman teammate Harris, that bring the Canes back to a national powerhouse.


DJ Moore JR CB Vanderbilt: Big time player, amazing return man with great ball skills as a cover man. Plus he is built really well for a corner and can run.


Diyral Briggs SR DE Bowling Green: Could be a major sleeper in the draft, is a sack machine, not ideal size for the position but has great pass rush moves, a wonderful motor and just simply gets to the QB.


DJ Boldin SR WR Wake Forset: Wonderful WR prospect, has finally seemed to get it together and will follow his brothers footsteps right into the NFL next year.


Brandon Harris FR CB Miami FL: Very impressive prospect and is one to keep a big eye on.


Glenn Cook SR LB Miami FL: Played a great game for Miami, really showed up all over the field making place, not great size but could be a sleeper pick and in a way is built a little like and plays like Jon Beason the former Cane.



I was impressed with some of the prospects on Minnesota, they have three standout players on defense all from JUCO in S Brock, CB Simmons and LB Lawrence. Plus Bennett looked great, especially catching the football out of the backfield.


South Carolina, I am still ridiculously impressed with the talent they have on defense, despite the loss this week to Vandy. They have players at every level and their DL is outstanding. And despite Captain's poor game I still love his ability at CB.

Also really surprised with the players on Bowling Green, at WR they have some studs in Anthony Turner and Freddie Barnes.
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With the amazing success of Eddie Roya and DeSean Jacksonl so far in this NFL season, do not be surprised if small fast WR's go higher than expected in the up coming draft. Guys like...

Kenny McKinley South Carolina
Mike Thomas Arizona
Juaquin Iglesias Oklahoma
Jordan Norwood Penn State

Or JR prospects in Jacoby Ford, Tim Brown and Ray Small.
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Week 3


Jairus Byrd Oregon JR CB Oregon: What a game he had against Purdue, showed amazing ball skills, great quickness and truly is becoming one of the best CB's in the nation.


Chimdi Chekwa SOPH CB Ohio State: Very impressed with him, looks like he has taken the spot of talented Donald Washington and is going to stay the starter on Ohio State. Good athlete, can run and tackle.


Kerry Meier JR WR Kansas: Great looking prospect, will get the obvious comparisons to Matt Jones, but simply but the kid is huge, can run and has really soft hands.


Taurus Johnson SR WR South Florida: Monster WR, very big and physically strong and loved his intensity on the field against Kanas.


Patrick Turner SR WR USC: Really playing well and increasing his draft potential, is turning into quite a short yardage WR for the, really starting to use his great size and hold onto the ball.


Matthew Stafford JR QB Georgia: What can be said about the kid, he just played great and made some of the most impressive throws I have ever seen in that game against a super defense.


Jared Cook JR WR South Carolina: Played big time, is a huge man, in terms of being a prospect he is a lot like Hank Baskett, however Baskett did not get drafted but we all know he is a starter on the Eagles.


Geogia's SOPH LB's in Curran, Gamble and Dent: Wow, what a group of players at LB in that class, just amazing, all are fast, built low to the ground and can hit. What a talented group of young LB's.


Ed Dickson JR TE Oregon: Lived up to the hype, very athletic TE with great feet as anyone can see.


George Selvie JR DE South Florida: Simply put is probably the next great OLB/pass rusher in a 3/4 defense in the NFL.


Jonathan Wilson SOPH WR Kanas: Came out of nowhere and played wonderful, big long kid that really runs hard after the catch and has awesome hands.


Daniel Herron FR RB Ohio State: I was impressed with him early on, however they stopped giving him the ball. Good looking player though.
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Can Joe McKnight and Damien Williams get some love, they looked pretty good against Ohio St.



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That is true Joe McKnight has clearly become the #1 threat at the RB position in the nation. Last year he showed flashes, this year he is actually putting all that ability into on the field domination.

He is exactly like Reggie Bush, it is quite ridiculous. I must say, McKnight seems to be able to take a hit a little better than Reggie did back in the day.
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Good stuff Oz, like that Clay Matthews is getting some pub. Hard to say but probably would have been a much higher rated player had he gone to school somewhere else.

On the other side would be Taylor Mays who i guess will let his numbers stand based on the combine because he cant get near the football.
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On the other side would be Taylor Mays who i guess will let his numbers stand based on the combine because he cant get near the football.
I said another poster, Mays does not get near the football because he is the deep guy, Ellison is around the line Mays is the one player on that team not asked to play around the line of scrimmage. Heck even the corners get in on more action. Mays physically is very talented and really at safety it is all about how you can cover the pass, and if say he went down to a injury USC could not do a lot of the things they do because he would not be back there as the safety net literally.

As for the big time players, sure they are great but I also like talking about the smaller guys. Like in my world Kerry Meier is a super looking prospect, he is not great but as a lesser known guy he is a player as is all of the ones I have listed.
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Kendric Burney SOPH CB UNC: How could I forget, that kid is a flat out ball hawk, great ability to intercept the ball and has good speed. Despite his size he backs a punch as well.
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Stephon Green from Penn State not huge numbers but has a ton of potential...but is behind Evan Royster who putting up good numbers although its against very bad competition.
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Week 3

LaGarrette Blount JR RB Oregon: What a beast as a RB, huge man with great size, will be very interesting to follow his career at Oregon.


Tyson Alualu JR DE Cal: Massive man, plays like a LB, tackles like a LB but is a DE that is about 290. Really impressed and if he keeps up this level of play watch out for him down the line. Really promising looking prospect.


Syd'Quan Thompson JR CB Cal: Had another great game, played even better, amazing balls skills, great quickness and surprisingly toughness tackling.


Scott Burley SR OT Maryland: Very solid OT prospect, and comes from a school that can produce good offensive linemen.


Jamie Thomas SR OG Maryland: Love his size, can really get down on a defender and push him around. Should be a solid OG prospect come draft time.


Lansford Watson FR TE Maryland: Potential star at TE, great athlete, can really run and make plays down the field.


Dave Philistin SR ILB Maryland: What a monster LB, can run all over the place and is a wonderful tackler. With his speed and ability to close in on ball carriers he could potentially be one of the better LB prospects in the draft.


Moise Fokou SR OLB Maryland: Physically he looks like a freak, huge man despite being someone light for a LB, he looks massive. Very quick and is a awesome pass rusher off the edge. Great prospect and do not be surprised if he is one of the top LB's when it is all said and done this year.


Kevin Barnes SR CB Maryland: Do not know much about him, but from what I have seen he plays hard, has good size for a CB and tackles well. Also seems to have great closing speed as well.


Brandon Tate SR WR UNC: What a prospect, do not be surprised if he is a 1st day selection come draft day. The kid is fast as can be, runs great routes and is strong. Very promising prospect that has to be remembered.
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Stephon Green from Penn State not huge numbers but has a ton of potential...but is behind Evan Royster who putting up good numbers although its against very bad competition.
Evan Royster for me is one of the most complete backs in the entire nation. Green is a nice change of pace back, but to me Royster is the one who makes this offense go. He isn't the biggest or fastest guy but he flat out knows how to run the ball. Insane vision to see the wholes, and is very shifty and hard to tackle. Also can be a powerful runner between the tackles, good pass blocker and receiver. Green might get more exciting plays but Royster is what keeps things going. He will be their Tony Hunt the next few years.
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After tonight

Victor Anderson - RB - Freshman - Louisville - He has to be mentioned in this thread after a breakout performance against K-State. Showed burst, vision, wiggle, and the speed to take it the distance. Someone to keep an eye on in the future.

For the season

Derrick Washington - RB - Soph - Missouri - I am going to be a homer and mention him here. He has had a great start to the season. Has only 35 carries YTD, but is averaging 7.8 ypc and has flashed great vision and burst. Patient ball carrier who knows how to set up blocks and pick the correct hole. He is a powerful 5'11" 215lbs. Is also an excellent pass catcher out of the backfield. Will never be showcased in the Missouri offense, but will be counted on much more in upcoming conference play.
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Evan Royster for me is one of the most complete backs in the entire nation. Green is a nice change of pace back, but to me Royster is the one who makes this offense go. He isn't the biggest or fastest guy but he flat out knows how to run the ball. Insane vision to see the wholes, and is very shifty and hard to tackle. Also can be a powerful runner between the tackles, good pass blocker and receiver. Green might get more exciting plays but Royster is what keeps things going. He will be their Tony Hunt the next few years.

Agreed, watching Royster run every Saturday is amazing. He's big enough to run between the tackles and has the speed to run to the outside. Granted the games so far have been cakewalks but this production should not dip due to Penn State returning the entire o-line from last year, plus the fact that the offense is much less predictable. On the other hand Green looked great in the blue-white game last spring, but is not ready to be the go to guy just yet.

Penn State's receiving corps are also looking strong, Deon Butler made some acrobatic catches against Syracuse and Jordan Norwood has been arguably the best wideout in the Big 10. Derrick Williams needs to stop making stupid plays such as somersaulting into the end zone against Syracuse in a game that was already a rout. He's been shaken up in the alst 2 games.
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Victor Anderson - RB - Freshman - Louisville - He has to be mentioned in this thread after a breakout performance against K-State. Showed burst, vision, wiggle, and the speed to take it the distance. Someone to keep an eye on in the future.
Totally agree, he really looked good last night however K-State obviously has a horrible defense on every level. Very good looking young player though hopefully he can keep it up. I also love Bolen on that team running the ball with his toughness.
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Josh Chichester FR WR Louisville: Great looking young prospect, is a huge WR at 6-8, showed ok agility for his size and potentially he could be one heck of a target down the line. Hopefully he has more intensity and a better work ethic than Mario Urrutia.


Hunter Cantwell SR QB Louisville: Played great last night, a lot better than he did against Kentucky. What I liked most about him is his play fakes, really fine ball handler. He could be a sleeper in the draft.


Doug Beaumont SOPH WR Louisville: Extremely impressive little WR, showed wonderful hands and was not afraid to make catches in traffic, if he continues his fine player everyone will know his name real soon.


Deon Murphy JR WR Kansas State: Another outstanding small WR, has wonderful speed, a little questionable as a punt return man, but overall with his speed he was wonderful potential. Amazing prospect overall especially if he works on his catching punts more soundly.


Brandon Banks JR WR Kansas State: Yet again, a great small WR, and the smallest around literally. He looked amazing last night, blazing speed obviously and is very difficult to bring down. Watch out for him, he could potentially be a major weapon in the NFL.


Jeron Masturd JR TE Kansas State: Massive TE, is a real fine target in the open field and can really run. Wonderful prospect, just has to keep playing well on the field and he could become a elite TE prospect if he keeps being such a great deep threat TE at his size.




*Where does Kansas State get these guys? They have all of these players that are exactly like Darren Sproles or Yamon Figuers? Banks and Murphy are two big time small WR prospects and like I said before with the success little WR's are having in the NFL, these guys could be very valuable.

*Also I was ridiculously impressed with Louisville, I thought they would be horrible this year because last year was just awful. But now seems like they actually are a tough football team with good leadership. Ron English will be gone after this year though if they keep playing this well on defense, he has to be a head coach somewhere obviously.
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I have not got the chance to really see him play consistently as of yet. Wish I could have saw that Notre Dame Michigan game last week though.
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I have not got the chance to really see him play consistently as of yet. Wish I could have saw that Notre Dame Michigan game last week though.
Fair enough. Donovan Warren, sophomore corner from Michigan, is another good one. 2 PI calls against ND but one was straight ********. Other than that, he's cash money.
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Where is Sam McGuffie on your list?
What is your take on McGuffie? To me he doesnt really have the size to be a back at the pro level but i can certainly see him playing WR. Could be an Anthony Carter or Wes Welker type if he moves outside. Do you see him staying at RB for his career there?
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He's only a freshman. Give him a couple years. He has time to get bigger and stronger for the NFL.
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