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Week 15:
*Greg Robinson SOPH OT Auburn: Noticed him in this game, going to have to watch him more closely but shows some really elite level athletic ability and power run blocking. Something rarely seen with offensive tackles, will watch real close how he does in the championship game.


*Cassanova McKinzy SOPH LB Auburn: What a beast at linebacker, got to display his tackling ability against the run and did a great job. Very athletic linebacker, good strength and strong at the point of attack, very talented football player.


*Joey Bosa FR DE Ohio State: What a monster defensive end, strong at the point of attack, huge kid and only a freshman. Should be an absolute star in the future for Ohio State, big time player.


*Kenny Anunike SR DE Duke: Wow what a player, talk about a sleeper prospect. Quick off the ball, gives great effort push in the pocket. Could be a wonderful 2nd-4th round pick potentially. Really interesting prospect, no wonder Duke has been good this year with the players they have on defense.


*Darqueze Dennard SR CB Michigan State: Moved himself into being the 1st CB taken? I think so, kid is a star in coverage, has been good for some time and is extremely consistent at the corner spot and had a great game being challenged quite often.


*Bryan Stork SR C Florida State: Extremely strong at the point of attack, a good sized center, decent athlete, tough and could compete for the first center taken in the up coming draft.


*Jeff Heuerman JR TE Ohio State: Noticed him a little last year, really good athlete and is a huge player. If he comes back for his senior season he could be a monster for them at tight end.


*DeVon Edwards FR CB Duke: Where did Duke get these guys, he is one of many good FR and SOPH defensive backs for them. Shows good toughness, little guy but is quick and tackles extremely well for his size, love the fight in him but is going to have to learn he cannot knock everyone out.


*Nate Andrews FR S Florida State: Interesting player along with many Florida State defenders. Will see if he is moved to safety in the future or if he plays that small linebacker role for them. Nice prospect and shows great intelligence on the field.


*Charles Tapper SOPH DE OU: Had a big time game for him and was a huge reason they won that ball game. Made a few big plays, was quick off the edge and has a good combination of some size and speed at defensive end.


*Desmond Roland JR RB Ok State: Where was this all season, big tall kid, runs hard and showed some real big time playmaking ability. If he comes back for his senior season he could have a monster year for Oklahoma State.



Others who impressed:
Calvin Pryor JR SS Louisville
Sterling Shepard SOPH WR OU
Jalen Sanders SR WR OU
Bryon Fields FR CB Duke
Breon Borders FR CB Duke
Laken Tomlinson JR OG Duke
Jamison Crowder JR WR Duke
Max McCaffrey SOPH WR Duke
Dwayne Norman SOPH S Duke
Kelby Brown JR LB Duke
Ronald Darby SOPH CB Florida State
Donovan Clark SOPH OT Michigan State



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Jameis Winston: That was an odd game for him. The announcers touched on it more than once and anyone watching the game noticed, he was just off. And it showed really in the after the game interview when he just walked away after that one question. Clearly something about the week got to him emotionally and you could notice it. He did not seem as calm, cool or happy as he usually does. There was a ton of talking and arguing on the Florida State sideline from the coaches and players. Could be just them all wanting to win that badly and feeling a little pressure early on, who knows. Still amazing prospect but was interesting watching how Winston played after such an emotional week for him, seems like some of the ACC awards and Heisman hype kind of got to him a little, expecting almost too much of himself.

Still the kid is a great leader and you can tell, amazing prospect and will most likely be the #1 pick in 2015. Spoke of him on the first page of this thread after his first game, and he has totally lived up to it.





Duke: Where did they get all these defensive guys, it seemed like they had three nice looking freshman corners and a few sophomore defensive backs. And the supposed stars on the defense Cash and Cockrell did not do as much in the game but are great players, did not see Cash on the field a lot but still he was an All ACC selection. Totally are a must watch again, wow shocking they have so many good defensive players. Time to pay attention and take notice I guess.
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He walked away because directly after winning the ACC championship, Heather Cox asked multiple questions referencing the investigation...that he answered. And then she asked a completely non-football question in "why did you decide not to speak during the investigation." The smart and mature thing was to walk away after a lowball move by her. He was definitely a bit off yesterday though. Was just missing some throws.
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BuddyCHRIST He walked away because directly after winning the ACC championship, Heather Cox asked multiple questions referencing the investigation...that he answered. And then she asked a completely non-football question in "why did you decide not to speak during the investigation." The smart and mature thing was to walk away after a lowball move by her. He was definitely a bit off yesterday though. Was just missing some throws.
I know what was said and it was an oddly placed question but I would not blame Heather Cox, she was doing her job. He was rattled by the question and avoided it, just was kind of odd to just walk away like he did. He could of said you would have to talk to my lawyers or some answer like that... or right now I want to focus on my team and our big win etc....

Has some growing up to do but hope he is more careful with everything he does off the field from now on because it did effect his play and his mentality.
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No it really wasn't...

She asked multiple questions in a row that referenced the investigation but somewhat asked about football. Then as a guy is celebrating the ACC championship she asks him something that has nothing to do with football? It was straight up garbage on her part and she was trying to bait him into a sound bite.

He wasn't rattled in the slightest. If you notice, right when she asks that question, he gets a tug on his shirt by a guy in a suit and they both walk away. In the background you can hear someone say "That's real cheap Heather," who sounded like Coach Fisher. He was set up to interview right after and then himself declined her interview because of her lowball move.

He said all that stuff about focusing on football, on his team, maturity, etc...the first three times she tried to ask that question.

All this stuff about him being rattled, or affected by stuff off the field is complete speculation by you. I think he just wasn't sharp in a big game to clinch a spot in the NC game. He was just inches off on some throws and Duke played good defense early in the game. He has just set impossibly high standards up to this point, so all of a sudden 380 yards of offense and 4 TD's is him being affected. He'd been great up to this point, so to say its all of a sudden affecting him now is silly.
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BuddyCHRIST No it really wasn't...

She asked multiple questions in a row that referenced the investigation but somewhat asked about football. Then as a guy is celebrating the ACC championship she asks him something that has nothing to do with football? It was straight up garbage on her part and she was trying to bait him into a sound bite.

He wasn't rattled in the slightest. If you notice, right when she asks that question, he gets a tug on his shirt by a guy in a suit and they both walk away. In the background you can hear someone say "That's real cheap Heather," who sounded like Coach Fisher. He was set up to interview right after and then himself declined her interview because of her lowball move.

He said all that stuff about focusing on football, on his team, maturity, etc...the first three times she tried to ask that question.

All this stuff about him being rattled, or affected by stuff off the field is complete speculation by you. I think he just wasn't sharp in a big game to clinch a spot in the NC game. He was just inches off on some throws and Duke played good defense early in the game. He has just set impossibly high standards up to this point, so all of a sudden 380 yards of offense and 4 TD's is him being affected. He'd been great up to this point, so to say its all of a sudden affecting him now is silly.
Whatever man, I like the kid, I was a fan from day one when I saw him. I am just commented on a strange game in terms of his actions and reactions to his teammates. And being off had nothing to do with his statistics on the field. As for speculation by me, of course it is, as is your guy in a suit tugging on his shirt and Jimbo Fisher saying real cheap Heather....whatever.

But Heather Cox gave him a way to clear some things up, clear his name a little, make a quick statement about nationally publicized rape charge and during his Heisman campaign. Him walking away comes off bad, not good and was something that might not have been best idea I feel.

Unless you are an obsessed fan, then Heather Cox is the devil and that is that...;o)
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Bowl Season:
*Sean Parker SR S Washington: He really impressed in that bowl game, was all over the field at safety. Seems to be solid in coverage, tackles hard and is quick. With a good workout I could see him shooting up the draft boards. He is should be in the talk for the top 5 safeties in the draft I think with his play of late.


*Zach Martin SR OT Notre Dame: What an outstanding player, kind of forget about him, thought he was going out for the draft last year. Still the kid is an elite talent and should be a 1st round pick. Played great in the bowl game and is a punishing run blocker and solid in pass blocking. Not the sexy pick but he could be a fine player in the NFL.


*Derrick Henry FR RB Alabama: Wow, the kid was a monster in that game. What a beast, with more carries and a more experienced offensive line next year he will just rip it up. Such a talented kid and is what averaging 10 yards a carry at the moment, wow.


*Cassanova McKinzy SOPH LB Auburn: Already had my eye on him but wow, what a freak show. Very athletic linebacker, all over the field, having a Myles Jack type performance at times, quick to the ball, physical and strong. Really stood out on a huge stage that is for sure.


*Jamison Crowder JR WR Duke: Even in a loss, showed some really big time play making ability and leadership. Has outstanding speed in the open field, can make you miss and take a hit despite his small size. Could be an outstanding professional without question.


*Mario Edwards Jr SOPH DE Florida State: Has had a great season so far for Florida State and did amazing things in the championship game to who many think is one of the most athletically gifted OTs in the nation in George Robinson. Made him look silly at times and totally bull rushed him. Edwards is a monster and great to see after his difficult time he had as a freshman, if he keeps this play up next year probably talking a top 10 pick.


*Marcus Smith SR DE/OLB Louisville: Really athletic off the edge, had a great bowl game and just gives consistent pressure. Is most likely going to be a 3/4 OLB prospect with his size, could provide a good pass rush but will have to prove he can holdup against the run as well, but is a nice athlete overall.


*Jeremy Cash SOPH S Duke: Is one to watch in the future. Showed flashes of big play making potential at safety. Has nice size, decent speed and is an improving tackler. Must watch next season, exciting player.


*Lorenzo Taliaferro SR RB Coastal Carolina: Very interesting prospect, great size, nice looking athlete. Kind of getting put under the rug with all the juniors coming out at RB, but he could be a nice find late for many teams.


*Jayron Kearse FR S Clemson: Freak show athlete, related to Jevon Kearse. Huge kid, love his size and potential at safety. Now can he cover, hopefully he sticks at it because cannot beat a large coverage safety with athletic ability.


*Geneo Grissom JR DE Oklahoma: Had a monster game against Alabama. Was in the backfield a lot, showed flashes during the season and is turning into a very good solid pass rusher. Has nice size, strength and a decent amount of quickness as well.


*Jalen Sanders SR WR Oklahoma: Had a monster game for OU, played so tough on the football field. Showed great leadership and fight, has nice speed and is very quick. Could be a return man, really fine prospect coming on late and could be a nice late round pickup.


*Stephone Anthony JR ILB Clemson: Had a great game, was all over the field. Always has been a very long and athletic linebacker and he is getting better and better as the season goes on.


*Tre Mason JR RB Auburn: Has had some great games this season. Strong between the tackles, very hard to bring down, physically strong and aggressive. Hard not to like him, might be a product of the offense that made Michael Dyer look like one of the best backs in the world but hard to argue with his play this season.


*Blake Lueders SR LB Stanford: Has gotten very overshadowed on that extremely talented Stanford defensive front. A senior, wish he had more time at school. Still a nice looking player, fine size and could be a great late pickup for any 3/4 defense, fine player.


*Eric Striker SOPH OLB Oklahoma: Hard to not be impressed with him, terror on the edge rushing the passer. Now what will become of him, going to have to gain a lot of weight to improve as a linebacker. But hard to not like his athletic ability and speed.


*Ross Cockrell SR CB Duke: Is very solid in coverage, not a great player but is pretty consistent and was part of a big turnaround at Duke defensively. Will be interesting to see how he stacks up against the other corners in the draft.


*Charles Tapper SOPH DE Oklahoma: Had a good game for OU on that DL. Gave a lot of consistent pressure off the edge, has good size and strength for his size as well with a good motor.


*Trevor Knight FR QB Oklahoma: What a game, who expected that? Now can he do it next year, basically had as many yards in that game as he did all season. Will see how he does without the great senior leadership from the WR position next year but he made one pay attention.


*Cameron Clear JR TE Texas A&M: Wow what an athlete, huge kid, long arms, should have a monster year next season for them if he does not come out early. Really fine looking player with worlds of potential as a pass catcher.


*Trevon Pendleton SOPH FB Michigan State: Nice player, made some big plays in that game as the full back and some big blocks. Tough kid and nice looking prospect with room to improve.


*James Conner FR RB Pitt: Hard to not be impressed with his play, had a great game, good size and speed. Will be fun to watch play next year on Pitt.


*Dyshawn Davis JR OLB Syracuse: Really like his potential, very good athlete, fast and very active on the field. Had a really nice game and could be a fine prospect if he comes back for his senior year.


*Orleans Darkwa SR RB Tulane: I like him physically, tough kid that is built well. Probably will not be picked till late but might be worth a gamble with his potential physically.


*Kapri Bibbs SOPH RB Colorado State: Had a monster year for them, good talent, very surprised he went out early but might have realized the talent that will come out early next year potentially as juniors in 15. Good looking player, tough, runs hard and is a nice mid round prospect.


*Dak Prescott SOPH QB Miss State: Watch out next year, big kid, good leader and is a nice duel threat QB. Could be part of a very improved Mississippi State team next season that will compete.


*Jay Bromley SR DT Syracuse: Had a very sound game, I like his athletic ability for his size. Very good on his feet and is a nice looking player for the up coming draft that is for sure.


*Teddy Bridgewater JR QB Louisville: With two games left to go in his college season he was not looking all that great but he a tough grind it out win against Cincinnati then totally dominates his home town Miami Hurricanes. Even better than his play against Florida, will be the #1 pick in that draft with those showings and very strong end to the season.




Others who impressed:
Gator Hoskins SR TE Marshall
Deone Bucannon SR S Washington State
Sean Thomas JR CB Louisiana Lafayette
Lorenzo Mauldin JR DE Louisville
Ryan Switzer FR WR UNC






Disappointed:
Derek Carr SR QB Fresno State: Did not play all that great against easily the best defense they played all year. He has an odd release I think and was a product of being in a system for many years and playing great in it. Might be a smart kid but I am not so sure I would take the guy in the 1st round.

Cyrus Kouandjio JR OT Alabama: Obviously had a very hard game, did not play all that well but hard to against such a small and athletic pass rusher with a wide split. Still a solid prospect but has not been as dominating as he should have been this year.

Stephen Morris SR QB Miami FL: Just an awful season, had such a surprise junior year but this year he did not show much leadership on the team and did not make good throws. Against Louisville he was a total non factor and that cannot happen when you are the teams quarterback. He will most likely be drafted in the QB happy NFL but not till the leader rounds.

Logan Thomas SR QB Virginia Tech: Has simply had a rough year, had very few receivers to throw to but so did Aaron Murray and he did fine. Has all the size and length you want but might not have what it takes at the next level based on what he has done so far. Is a total project but could get picked up late in the draft.
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Logan Thomas has had a rough two years - once he lost coale and boykin he showed that he was not a pro caliber QB
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I hope Logan Thomas is flexible in his position at the next level. I just don't see a NFL QB when I watch him. The tools are there sure but thats it. WR/TE should be interesting option for him. I wonder if he would consider doing any receiving work at the Senior Bowl. I know he wants to be a QB but you don't want to end up like Collin Klein.
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Yeah that would be interesting. It is strange why quarterbacks do not change positions, like Tebow the freaking guy could have been in the league but guess he wants to be a college football commentator... for a little while he could have stuck around as a running back or H-back, same with Klein one would think.

Joe Webb is a good example, he got his time at QB, did some good things but only in preseason really. Moved to receiver this year and is doing ok, would have been much better off if he moves there earlier in his career though.

Thomas will get a shot, but I doubt the VT system or staff is the reason for his lack of development. Thomas even went to the famous George Whitfield Jr, which is kind of a joke, it is not like going to him made him any better, this great QB guru accomplished what for him this year? Logan Thomas just seems to not be able to process things quick enough, or have a good enough command of the ball. His statistics have just kind of stuck and has not won any real big games one can remember. Love his size though and just because of that he will get a look by teams.
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*Jayron Kearse FR S Clemson: Freak show athlete, related to Jevon Kearse. Huge kid, love his size and potential at safety. Now can he cover, hopefully he sticks at it because cannot beat a large coverage safety with athletic ability.
I'm not sure what you mean by "now he can cover", he was directly responsible for two of OSU's touchdowns and overall has been the largest liability in coverage for the Tigers for this entire season. You're right, he's very athletic, but he may be best suited for moving to linebacker, rather than continuing to get exposed while at safety.
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I'm not sure what you mean by "now he can cover", he was directly responsible for two of OSU's touchdowns and overall has been the largest liability in coverage for the Tigers for this entire season. You're right, he's very athletic, but he may be best suited for moving to linebacker, rather than continuing to get exposed while at safety.
It says Now can he cover.....
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It says Now can he cover.....
Which I quoted, and which makes no sense, given that only two weeks ago in his most recent collegiate game, he made a number of costly coverage mistakes. Talented? Sure. but I'm not sold on him being a safety, not at least by what he's shown on the field.
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Which I quoted, and which makes no sense, given that only two weeks ago in his most recent collegiate game, he made a number of costly coverage mistakes. I'm not sold on him being a safety, not at least by what he's shown on the field.
No, you quoted it as "Now he can cover" which implies that he is good in coverage but it was actually "Now can he cover" as in now we will need to see if he can cover to go along with his athletic ability. He should have put a question mark there so it was confusing but given the rest of his post I'm pretty sure that's what he meant.
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No, you quoted it as "Now he can cover" which implies that he is good in coverage but it was actually "Now can he cover" as in now we will need to see if he can cover to go along with his athletic ability. He should have put a question mark there so it was confusing but given the rest of his post I'm pretty sure that's what he meant.
Perhaps I misread, given that he listed him as a standout I had assumed he was approving of his coverage skills.
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Perhaps I misread, given that he listed him as a standout I had assumed he was approving of his coverage skills.
Yeah, you definitely misread that. Ozzy was saying the question is if he can cover, because adding coverage skills to his size/athleticism would make him a great prospect.
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Perhaps I misread, given that he listed him as a standout I had assumed he was approving of his coverage skills.
Like others have said, it was misread, " Now can he cover, hopefully he sticks at it because cannot beat a large coverage safety with athletic ability."

Sounds a lot different with everything in there. That is obviously still the big question if he can cover or not, and sorry for the confusion. And yes he might be moved to linebacker but like I said one cannot really beat a large safety that can cover because there are not many out there. A talented player like Ha Ha Dix is considered big and he is only 6-1 and will probably turn out to measure 6-0 with long arms, Kearse is legit 6-3 to 6-4 with fine athletic ability which makes him an excited player to watch develop.
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