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Post by luvtotha9s on Tue Aug 23, 2011 7:41 pm

Post all suggestions for future Versions of my Rosters here: Please note, that most rosters are maxed out..so I can't just add players....for a player to be added, a player needs to go. So when you make a suggestion, follow it up with someone that can be deleted from the roster. Give examples, post sources.....thank you very much



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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by gcnyc25 on Tue Aug 23, 2011 7:58 pm

Replace J. Miller with QB 6 Terrel Hunt (6-3, 201, Fr.) Give QB And DB Stats he was an Athlete in High School Rosedale, N.Y./Christ The King

Replace TE D. Stevens with HB: Adonis Ameen-Moore 5-10, 244 FR

WR:Jeremiah Kobena is 6-0, 180, Keenan Hale is 6-2, 184, Kyle Foster is 6-3, 207, Marcus Sales no longer on team, 88 Jarrod West (6-2, 202, S0.)

TES: Nick Provo 6-4, 249, Beckett Wales 6-3, 253, (98 Max Beaulieu, http://blog.syracuse.com/orangefootball/2011/08/syracuse_university_football_c_27.html )

OL: LT Justin Pugh Cuse best O-linemen, C Macky MacPherson 6-2, 269,
and replace RG,Sean Hickey 282 2nd string,
LT Kristofer Curtis 6-3, 291, replace LG J.Lowery with RT 68 Nick Robinson (6-6, 292, Fr.)

DES: Junior Chandler Jones 6-5, 265, Mikhail Marinovich 6-5, 253

DTS: Jay Bromley 280 and a Starter, Cory Boatman 6-1, 281 and a starter, Eric Crume 332, Replace DT Ollie Haney wtih Ryan Sloan, FR, 324 Bellport, N.Y./Bellport.

LBS: OLB Dan Vaughan’s 219, MLB Marquis Spruill 6-1, 216, MLB 58 Lewellyn Coker (6-1, 221, So.)
OLB Dyshawn Davis 213

Replace DT Ryan Welsh with 15 Shutang Mungwa FR 6-1 208 move to SS, 28

Safety: Shamarko Thomas 5-10, 208

Removable Players: WR Marcus Sales, RG J. Lowery,
QB J. Miller, DT Ollie Haney, DT Robert Welsh, TE David Stevens

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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by Confubitated on Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:04 pm

I posted my suggestions under the Georgia forums. The rosters look great man. Are you going to release the version we got today to the public or will you be implementing suggestions from the inner circle before the official release? I was taking the inner circle release to be a sort of beta. I was really surprised how well this years first version came out. I can tell that you put a lot of research into them, Ugas default rosters were horrendous.

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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by luvtotha9s on Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:22 pm

gcnyc25 wrote:Replace J. Miller with QB 6 Terrel Hunt (6-3, 201, Fr.) Give QB And DB Stats he was an Athlete in High School Rosedale, N.Y./Christ The King

Replace TE D. Stevens with HB: Adonis Ameen-Moore 5-10, 244 FR

WR:Jeremiah Kobena is 6-0, 180, Keenan Hale is 6-2, 184, Kyle Foster is 6-3, 207, Marcus Sales no longer on team, 88 Jarrod West (6-2, 202, S0.)

TES: Nick Provo 6-4, 249, Beckett Wales 6-3, 253, (98 Max Beaulieu, http://blog.syracuse.com/orangefootball/2011/08/syracuse_university_football_c_27.html )

OL: LT Justin Pugh Cuse best O-linemen, C Macky MacPherson 6-2, 269,
and replace RG,Sean Hickey 282 2nd string,
LT Kristofer Curtis 6-3, 291, replace LG J.Lowery with RT 68 Nick Robinson (6-6, 292, Fr.)

DES: Junior Chandler Jones 6-5, 265, Mikhail Marinovich 6-5, 253

DTS: Jay Bromley 280 and a Starter, Cory Boatman 6-1, 281 and a starter, Eric Crume 332, Replace DT Ollie Haney wtih Ryan Sloan, FR, 324 Bellport, N.Y./Bellport.

LBS: OLB Dan Vaughan’s 219, MLB Marquis Spruill 6-1, 216, MLB 58 Lewellyn Coker (6-1, 221, So.)
OLB Dyshawn Davis 213

Replace DT Ryan Welsh with 15 Shutang Mungwa FR 6-1 208 move to SS, 28

Safety: Shamarko Thomas 5-10, 208

Removable Players: WR Marcus Sales, RG J. Lowery,
QB J. Miller, DT Ollie Haney, DT Robert Welsh, TE David Stevens
I know Miller and Sales are both facing criminal charges and are suspended indefinitely...but until they are officially off the roster and I hear it from Doug Marrone...they are going to stay for now....do you know Marrone or something?
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by luvtotha9s on Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:26 pm

Confubitated wrote:I posted my suggestions under the Georgia forums. The rosters look great man. Are you going to release the version we got today to the public or will you be implementing suggestions from the inner circle before the official release? I was taking the inner circle release to be a sort of beta. I was really surprised how well this years first version came out. I can tell that you put a lot of research into them, Ugas default rosters were horrendous.
Thank you very much....Exactly....whatever feedback my Inner Circle Members give me will be implemented in time for Release to the public on August 29th
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Wisconsin edits

Post by PDDollars on Tue Aug 23, 2011 11:15 pm

I got some Wisconsin edits to make, I'll break it down by position (click on player names for team site profile)

Here is the link to the first official depth chart:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/blog/2011/08/badgers-release-depth-chart-for-season-opener.html

QB: Change WR #14 McAdams (has QB stats) into Fr QB #2 Joel Stave (6-5 220 light skin), since Budmayr may be out for season, same as Phillips

RB: Make Ball and White same ovr, same as Lewis and Gordon (change from #23 to #25, 6-1 200), both 74-76 ovr

FB: Looks good

WR: Change Fred Willis #80/Chase Hammond #89 (Willis may play this year) into Fr WR #6 Kenzel Doe (5-8 170 dark 4th/5th receiver, 3rd at KR/PR 75 ovr)

Change WR #87 Marquis Mason (out for season, torn ACL) into WR #19 Manasseh Garner (So 6-2 210 dark skin dreads, 79 ovr will be 3rd/4th WR for Game 2, out with hernia currently will miss Week 1)

TE: Change Wozniak to #85, Arneson to #49 (could possibly be changed to #86 Sherard Cadogan in future)

Oline: LT Burge to RG, LG Frederick up to 82-84 ovr, LG/C Current to 78-79 ovr,C Groy decrease to 82-84 ovr, RG Matthias to LG, RT Dehn to LT. (LT Ball could be changed to RG #73 Dallas Lewellan, keep as Ball for now)

DE: LE Kelly to 80-82 ovr, change LE Adeyanju to #99 (remove off DC for now), RE Gilbert to 80 ovr (will be starter)

DT: Make Kohout and Hemer same ovr (Hemer starter), move Allen to 80 ovr (4th in rotation). Change DT Gilbert into Rs FR DT #54 Kyle Costigan (6-4 285 light skin), make Briedis and him 74-75 ovr.

LOLB: Change Claxton to #9, Landisch to #30 (move to ROLB)
MLB: Change Armstrong to LOLB (top backup to Claxton, make 3rd at MLB on DC), change CB Lukasko to RS Fr MLB #59 Marcus Trotter (6-0 235, med/dark skin make 75-77 ovr)
ROLB: change Keefer to 6-3 230, move off DC for now, make Landisch #3 LB there

CB: Change CB Floyd into Fr CB Darius Hillary (5-11 185 dark skin, keep #29, Garner is #19), bump Jean to 72-74 ovr (Jean #4, Hillary #5 on DC)

FS: Decrease Michael Trotter to 75-77 ovr, change Captuo to Rs Fr WR #31 Connor Cummins (same H/W light skin 66-70 ovr)

SS: Move SS Fredrick to WR (6-3 220 68-72 ovr, #9 taken by Claxton, give #3 for now)

Depth Chart changes:
KR: White, Abbrederis, Doe
PR: Abbrederis, Henry, Doe
KOS: Welch
LS: Make Current or Groy

As you might be able to tell Wisconsin is pretty uncertain at WR, all these guys have the chance to play this year. Bielema said Fredrick, Gordon, Landisch and Hillary will all play for sure as true freshman.

These are probably the best changes to make right now, I'm sure things will change after Week 1!

Thanks again Luv and I will definitely throw some more your way once I get the chance!


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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by luvtotha9s on Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:32 am

got it...thanks
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SUGGESTIONS FOR FLORIDA STATE

Post by Noles_IbleedG&G on Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:22 am

1st off Luv......one helluva job on the rosters bro!!! I listed below some minor changes.

Player changes
-Delete LG #66 Jacob Stanley (SR) & replace him with DT #8 Timmy Jernigan (FR)
**Timmy Jernigan is by far one of the crown jewels of FSU's recruiting class. Not having him on the roster would be a huge let down for all FSU fans. Ranked #2 DT (Rivals), #4 DT (Scout), #17 overall recruit (ESPNU 150), US Army AA, & All USA First-Team defense (USA Today)....just to give you an idea.

Jacob Stanley is a walk-on and will not see much action, if any this year. It is best to delete him.

*A full bio of Timmy Jernigan can be located on www.seminoles.com
DT #8 Timmy Jernigan, 6-3 297 lbs, (FR) Lake City, FL

-Delete FS #30 Tyler Hunter (FR) & replace him with CB #37 Keelin Smith (FR)
**Keelin Smith is currently a 3rd string CB. Ranked higher in all HS rankings compared to Tyler Hunter. Keelin Smith was ranked #34 CB (Rivals), #60 overall recruit (ESPNU 150) & Under Armour AA.....just to give you an idea. Smith will definitely see the field this year in some capacity.

Tyler Hunter is currently listed as 4th string FS. Most likely will red shirt due to depth at the FS position, and not be missed on this year's roster.

*A full bio of Keelin Smith can be located on www.seminoles.com
CB #37 Keelin Smith, 6-3 190 lbs, (FR) Fort Pierce, FL

Position changes
#72 Daniel Foose to LG
#24 Terrance Smith to LOLB
#4 Terrance Parks to FS
#10 Nick Moody to FS
#3 Justin Bright to FS
#20 Lamarcus Joyner to SS
#31 Terrence Brooks to SS

*Due to the defensive scheme that FSU runs, the SS acts like a FS and vice versa. However, both positions are somewhat inter-changeable in some of the different sets they run. I think it would be safe to change them to reflect how the actual roster/depth chart states (shown above).

Or you can leave them how you have them on version 1. If you keep them that way, I would just change #9 Karlos Williams to FS.

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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by DrK84 on Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:03 am

Darron Thomas (QB for Oregon) is a scrambling quarterback, and one of the best quarterbacks in the nation, but his stamina is 82. So that should definitely be raised to 92 instead of 82. A scrambling QB is going to get tired way too quickly with a stamina rating of 82, and that's definitely not the case with Darron Thomas in real life.

Also, it was announced a few days ago that Lache Seastrunk (RB) is leaving Oregon. He's transferring, but I'm not sure where. I didn't check to see if you had already taken him off.

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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by luvtotha9s on Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:18 am

cool...already have Seastrunk on Baylor
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by GoAztecs on Wed Aug 24, 2011 11:58 am

Don't have your roster Luv, but believe he would be on it

Vols abruptly dismiss All-SEC DB Janzen Jackson
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by Palo20 on Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:04 pm

Posted this in the UCLA thread:

I would re-do Brett Hundley's ratings a bit. He is a dual threat QB in the McNabb mold. I'd lower his 67 AWR (well above other true frosh QBs) and make his SPD, AGI, ACC somewhere in the 80s. Also has a strong arm.

Rivals:

On the Hoof: Hundley is probably slightly shorter and lighter than his listed size. He really looks like a taller Charlie Ward with an athletic basketball lower body. He clearly has room to fill out and could eventually play around 230 pounds yet still keep his overall athleticism.
Needs Improvement: He sometimes has a tendency to lock onto receivers in the flat, which is very dangerous. His deep balls need a little more air allowing his receivers time to glide underneath. Hundley has to become more confident while rolling left.
Most Impressive: Hundley has smooth change of direction and can make tacklers miss in the open field. He possesses a strong arm, which allows him to make almost any throw in the playbook. If you are looking for an intelligent player with natural leadership skills then this is your guy.
Conclusion: He will likely redshirt while he learns the offense but has a chance to make a big splash as early as his second year on campus.

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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by volstopfan14 on Wed Aug 24, 2011 2:41 pm

As GoAztecs said, Janzen Jackson has been dissmissed from Tennessee. I'd suggest replacing him with safety Rod Wilks. I haven't seen the roster yet either but I'm assuming that Wilks isn't already on the roster. If he is, the third post in the Tennessee Roster Info thread has some names of players who could be added.

Prentiss Waggner may be moved back to FS, but that is unknown at this point.

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Duke Suggestions

Post by Jaydub918 on Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:46 pm

QB#19 Sean Renfree is more of a pocket passer with escapability. Probably shouldn't be faster than Connette. Drop speed to 80, bump AWR to maintain OVR 88.
QB #18 Brandon Connette could probably have a bump in speed. Team's 2nd leading rusher last year. Increase SPD to 81.

HB #33 Desmond Scott was a primary KR last year. Raise RET to 80s.

TE #88 Danny Parker - Strongest TE on the team. Should have higher STR
http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=1097612
TE #89 Braxton Deaver - Way too low rated. Ahead of Farrell on fall depth chart that I previously posted in Duke's section. Receiving TE who is backup long snapper. Also plays lacrosse for Duke, so a legit athlete.

Change LG#52 Marcus Apprahamian into #65 Cody Robinson. He's a higher regarded prospect.
http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=22667&SPID=1843&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=205152938&Q_SEASON=2011

LDE #95 Jamal Wallace is probably a little underrated, was a three star recruit.
LDE#95 Dezmond Johnson was also 3 star recruit. and should be much closer to Wallace's overall at least. Probably mid 60's with Wallace upper 60's.
Both were given higher rating by Rivals in last years recruiting class than true Frosh #90 Mario Sanders who is 65 overall.

CB #1 Zach Greene ran a 4.42 this spring. Maybe bump speed to 90.
http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=22667&SPID=1843&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=204766124&Q_SEASON=2011

CB #31 Tony Foster is the fastest player on Duke's team. 4.31 40 and 37.5in vert leap. Speed at least 94, JMP at least 88 given team's ratings.
http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=22667&SPID=1843&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=1549219&Q_SEASON=2011

SS #20 Lee Butler - top returning PR. Up RET rating.

KR Depth Chart should go
#33 Desmond Scott
#9 Josh Snead
#23 Juwan Thompson
#2 Conner Vernon
# 43 Patrick Kurunwune

PR Depth Chart
#20 Lee Butler
#37 Johnny Williams




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Oklahoma State Suggestions

Post by Jaydub918 on Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:52 pm

3rd string QB should be JW Walsh (not the CB you turned Johnny Deaton into)

HB #1 Joseph Randle is faster than #31 Jeremy Smith. Smith is a more physical runner.
As such, up Randle's speed to 92ish, decrease STR to 67 or so. Increase CTH (2nd in Big 12 in receptions by a RB last year, behind Demarco Murray and OU's Finch has a 77 CTH).
#31 Smith, SPD 90, STR 72, ACC 86, BTK 80s, TRK 77. Coaches also rave about his blocking. He lined up in some packages at FB and not just as a decoy. He can block. I'd say bump his PBK and RBK 5 or so.
#23 Desmond Roland was projected by some to play WR at D1. Up his CTH a little.

FB #9 Kye Staley has been running with the first team (somewhat because Paulsen has been a little nicked up). Regardless, his STR should probably be higher than 72, and his blocking should be a little higher. He was also a HS QB, so maybe some 60s in the throwing stats.

WR #25 Josh Cooper is underrated. Had 68 catches last year. Very good in the slot. #8 rated WR in the Big 12 per ESPN. I'd say around 90 overall. Increase AGI and ACC, as he's very shifty. I'd say 92 and 90 to put him at 90 OVR.
WR #84 Hubert Anyiam - 37.5 in vertical leap, runs a 4.4. Was our leading receiver the year Dez had dinner with Deion. Very physically gifted, has trouble with drops though.
WR #82 Isiah Anderson - Fastest WR on team. SPD to 93 or so.
Change #15 Issac McCoy to #5 Josh Stewart. Came in as a CB but has now unseated Colton Chelf for backup IR spot. He also returns punts. Despite the number of stars he garnered in recruiting, he looks to make a pretty big impact. Should be around mid 70s OVR. #5 should work as the #5 on the game has left the team.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/stewart_josh00.html
http://tamu.scout.com/a.z?s=187&p=8&c=1&nid=4838563
http://newsok.com/john-helsley-receiver-josh-stewart-will-be-osu-footballs-biggest-freshman-contributor/article/3597303

TE#17 Charlie Moore is a WR who will likely see more snaps than Colton Chelf or Kevin Johnson. Move him to WR, change Colton Chelf to TE #86 Wilson Youman
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/youman_wilson00.html
Youman will play both offense and defense for the Cowboys this year. As such, he needs respectable D-line stats as he is looked to be a pass rusher from the RE spot.

LT #75 Nick Martinez is now backup (co-starter?) at RG. He's a bit overrated, decrease his strength and AWR just a little bit to 88 OVR or so at RG.
http://www.tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/OSU/article.aspx?subjectid=93&articleid=20110808_93_0_bPosit175053
LT #61 Michael Bowie is underrated. He took the starting spot from Nick Martinez. I'd put him around an 87 OVR.
LT #69 Devin Davis should be changed into #76 Eli Dickerson, who will be 3rd string LT.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/dickerson_eli00.html
Maybe a little better than 67 OVR that Davis is (70?) but that's just because I'm a homer/OSU always cranks out amazing O-lines and nobody notices.

RG #68 Lane Taylor underrated. Should be 89 or so OVR. Oklahoma State had one of the best lines in the country last year, giving up onoly 10 sacks last year despite throwing the ball more than 500 times. His stamina is waaaaaay too low.
RG# 60 Evan Epstein should be changed into #66 Travis Cross and moved to LG
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/cross_travis00.html
http://rivals.yahoo.com/oklahomastate/football/recruiting/player-Travis-Cross-94907

RT #73 Levy Adcock is horribly underrated. He was All Big 12. As such, he should be rated as the best RT in the conference. Athlon rates him as the 6th best player in the Big 12, as does ESPN. Also, he is a pass blocker, surrendering no sacks last year. While he is a solid run blocker, his ratings should reflect this. (I'd say 94 OVR, bump SPD, STR, AGI, ACC a few points, AWR in 90s, increase PBK to 90s, with increase PBF and PBS.)
www.athlonsports.com/columns/saturday-takeaway/ranking-big-12s-top-25-players-2011
http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/tag/_/name/2011-big-12-top-25
RT #79 Parker Graham is the backup LT.

LE #99 Richetti Jones - Benches over 500lbs now (our strength and conditioning coach with Boone Pickens-funded facilities does wonders). He is also the better pass rusher of the two starting ends. His SPD and STR deserve a bump.
http://texastech.scout.com/2/1091998.html
http://newsok.com/osu-notes-brandon-weeden-standing-up-for-the-d/article/3592512

RE #50 Jamie Blatnick - Also benches over 500lbs. See above links
RE #90 Joe Okafor has been moved to DT. Move him and bump STR a point or three.
TE #86 Wilson Youman should be the third string RE on the depth chart.

DT #72 Christian Littlehead is little low on STR. mid 80s, as he lost about 30 lbs of fat and now is somewhat sculpted looking.
Change #97 Diamonte Wheeler into #91 James Castleman who is expected to contribute as a true Fr. All-district Punter as well.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/castleman_james00.html
http://oklahoma.scout.com/a.z?s=146&p=8&c=1&nid=4792492

I'd flip all the ROLBs and LOLBs. Our STAR linebacker typically lines up on the Strong side of the field. I guess it doesn't matter a ton especially in this game, with ROLBs running Nickel, but I think it'd be more realistic.

OLB#37 Alex Elkins is underrated. He's expected to start ahead of #29 Joe Mitchell. He's a big hitter who flies around the ball. I'd say put him around 77 OVR.

MLB #40 Tyler Johnson hits a bit harder than started Caleb Lavey.
MLB #33 LeRon Furr left the team for medical reasons. Change him into #52 Ryan Simmons, who is expected to be 3rd string MLB.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/simmons_ryan00.html
http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/high_school/high_school_football/article/Steele-s-Simmons-commits-to-Oklahoma-State-960515.php

OLB #11 Shaun Lewis - also underrated. 5th best linebacker in the conference according to Athlon. 4th best per ESPN. Big 12 Freshman of the year.
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_/id/44664/ranking-the-big-12s-top-10-linebackers
Change OLB#41 Nico Ornelas to OLB #27 Lyndell Johnson. Played safety in high school and after a likely red shirt year in our weight room, will be a great fit for our STAR linebacker/safety hybrid spot. Should be third on depth chart behind Lewis and #22 Thomas. He's a 4 star prospect, so should be rated a bit higher than Ornelas is. Increase SPD, AGI, ACC.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/johnson_lyndell00.html
http://recruiting.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=8&c=1&nid=4259714
OLB #5 Chris Dinkins left the team. Change him into SS #7 Shamiel Gary who will redshirt this year after transferrring in from Wyoming. He was on their default roster.
http://www.okstate.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/gary_shamiel00.html

CB #4 Justin Gilbert is the fastest player on the team. He has unseated Hedgepeth as the starter opposite Brown. SPd to 96, AGI 93, ACC 95, AWR 78, CTH 69, RET 90s
www.seaoforange.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/osu-vs-texas-a-m-2010-o.gif Wait for him at the end.
Ran a 10.47 in the 100m in HS http://www.milesplit.com/rankings/2010/outdoor/hs/m/100m

FS #8 Daytawion Lowe - Has been playing nickelback in practice quite a bit. Game has him a little slow and little underrated coverage skills. He is tabbed by some to be a breakout player. Many were counting on him to step up last year, but had a shoulder injury that sidelined him all year.

SS #10 Markelle Martin - grossly underrated. He is easily the best safety in the conference and EA didn't even have him as the best safety on his team. Sporting News has him as the top draft prospect at safety. Their snippet gives a pretty good description.
http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2011-08-14/markelle-martin-tops-safeties-class-with-nfl-athleticism
93 or 94 OVR seems about right.

I'd say instead of K #91 Bobby Stonebreaker, make him #49 Matt Green. Doesn't matter a ton as #13 Quinn Sharp will handle all kicking duties. However, Green is on scholarship and a true Freshman, while Stonebreaker is a walkon rsFR. Also, Green played DE in high school, so STR, TAK, etc. should be at least decent. I'm not talking 5 star, but he could've walked on places as DE.
http://oklahomastate.scout.com/2/1044836.html

KR
Johnny Thomas
Justin Gilbert
Josh Cooper
Josh Stewart

PR
Josh Cooper
Josh Stewart
Justin Gilbert


*Edit, I do not mean to sound ungrateful, which I'm sure I do. I'm more taking offense with the piss poor job EA did with the roster. What you've done is incredible and I cannot thank you enough.


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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by Palo20 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:37 am

^^^Good insight on Oklahoma St, but I have to question the Josh Cooper rating. You say he's rated as the #8 WR in the Big 12 and that warrants a 90 OVR? That's a lot of WRs to give 90+. 8th best WR in the Big 12 isn't 90 OVR worthy IMO.

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Post by luvtotha9s on Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:43 am

Don't worry....over time I have derived a keen sense of seeing through slight homerism....90's are meant for draft eligible prospects...overall good insight
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by Jaydub918 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:47 am

Blackmon, Broyles, Fuller and Moe are all really strong WR. Kendall Wright at Baylor, then unfortunately Kenny Stills at OU. He, however is not far and away better than OSU's Cooper and he's like a 93 or something. Swope at TAMU is prolly a touch underrated. Cooper is better than Torres at TTech who is an 89. That is how I arrived at 90.

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Post by luvtotha9s on Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:52 am

Oklahoma State is going to be a fun team to watch this season
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Post by Palo20 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:57 am

Jaydub918 wrote:Blackmon, Broyles, Fuller and Moe are all really strong WR. Kendall Wright at Baylor, then unfortunately Kenny Stills at OU. He, however is not far and away better than OSU's Cooper and he's like a 93 or something. Swope at TAMU is prolly a touch underrated. Cooper is better than Torres at TTech who is an 89. That is how I arrived at 90.

Fair enough. I was also surprised at Stills' rating but McShay was just on Twitter recently raving about how good Stills is and how he and Broyles make up the best combo in the nation.

I think Torres is overrated as none of Texas Tech's WRs really stand out.

90 for anyone is high praise, that's all.


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Post by Palo20 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:03 am

At first glance at the rosters, it seems EA has some random players at the top of the RTE category.

I think some of the best route runners in the nation should be (no particular order):

Blackmon
Broyles (prob the best)
Jeffery
Criner
Moe
Fuller


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Post by Palo20 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:57 am

Florida

--Thanks for the THP and AGI change for Driskel.

--Brantley and the QBs should have either white or blue QB wristbands. Nothing on right arm for Brantley.

--WR: Dunbar should be faster than 86 and Alli should definitely not be 97 SPD. I'd say Dunbar should be around 90 and Alli should be 85-86 SPD. Also, Alli may be rated a little high OVR. Probably should be around 73 or so like Ju'Juan Story.

Dunbar has been impressing since spring ball and he'll be in the mix as either a starter or 3rd WR this fall.

--RE Tevin Westbrook is overrated. 78 OVR is elite 5 star range for a true frosh. He should probably be a 68-70 OVR.

--CB: True frosh Marcus Roberson is in line to start at this point. His 38 AWR can use a bump to bring his OVR more in line with the other CBs. He doesn't have to be an 80-81 OVR, but I think 75-78 is reasonable. He should have slightly better athleticism than the other CBs but lower AWR as he is a true frosh. 38 AWR is just too low though.

--SS Jaylen Watkins should be higher than 69 OVR (also plays CB). FS Jabari Gorman can be lowered a bit from 71 OVR.

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Post by Palo20 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 3:29 am

Just surfed through the rosters, these are my suggestions (most are based off EA's default ratings):

Arizona
Tom Savage should have a fairly strong arm, probably 90+.

ColoradoQB Nick Hirschman is said to have an NFL type arm. 90 THP or so.

FIU
WR TY Hilton should have elite SPD, AGI, and ACC. He’s a top KR/PR and an NFL prospect.

Iowa St
QB Steele Jantz is a run-first QB. His SPD, AGI, and ACC should be more in line with Tiller’s


Michigan
SS Jordan Kovacs is overrated. He’s an overachieving run stopper who struggles in coverage. Even the biggest Michigan fans agree that 89 OVR is too high for him.

Michigan St
WR Keith Nichol is a former QB. Should have higher THP and THA

DT Jerel Worthy is expected to be a high 1st round pick. Should be 90+ OVR. Explosive DT.

Nebraska
ROLB Lavonte David should probably have higher SPD and ACC. His OVR is already pretty solid but speed is his game.

LE Eric Martin is a pass rush specialist. His ratings for SPD, ACC, PMV, and FMV can be upped to reflect this while lowering STR a little.

Notre Dame
QB Rees should not have 91 THP. He does not have a great arm. He’s probably more in the 85 THP range. Hendrix may be a 90+ THP. Crist is good at 93 THP.

LE Aaron Lynch, LE Stephon Tuitt, and ROLB Ishaq Williams could use a slight OVR boost. I’d give Lynch and Williams more SPD and ACC while Tuitt could use higher STR. All 3 bring better physical gifts to ND’s defense than they’ve had in recent years.

Oklahoma
QB Blake Bell could use a SPD and AGI bump as he’s a scrambling QB despite his size of 6-6 245.

Oregon
WR Lavasier Tuinei is way too fast and explosive. He’s 6-5 216. He should be in the mid-high 80s range in SPD, AGI, and ACC.

WR Josh Huff should have the type of explosiveness that Tuinei has by default.

Oregon St
QB Ryan Katz should have one of the strongest arms in the nation. 92-94 THP is reasonable.

Pittsburgh
QB Mark Myers had one of the strongest arms from last year’s QB class. Should be higher than 80 THP.

Rutgers
Personally, I think QB Chas Dodd is overrated at 86 OVR as a true Sophomore. More of an 80 OVR compared to the other QBs in the game.

South Carolina
WR Ace Sanders is tiny and he’s a shifty slot WR. His AGI should be the highest of the WRs.

WR Damiere Byrd is one of the fastest players on the team.

LE Jadeveon Clowney: I think his skillset should be altered a bit. He’s lanky and explosive, expected to fill out into a Julius Peppers type player but he doesn’t have that type of strength at this point. I think his ACC should be upped from 85 to 90 (already turning heads in camp with his first step quickness), and FIN up to 75. Lower his STR from 80 to 73 and he keeps his 83 OVR and probably plays more like the pass rush specialist he should be at this point.

Texas A&M
ROLB Damontre Moore is a pass rushing OLB in the Von Miller mold. He needs much higher PWR and FIN. Probably should be in the 80s for each.

USF
LE Ryne Giddins should be an explosive pass rusher. I’d say in the 90 ACC range and 80+ SPD. Maybe lower STR and bump up PWR and FIN.

UCF
QB Jeff Godfrey (like Dodd at Rutgers) is also probably overrated at 87 OVR as a true sophomore.

USC
WR Brice Butler always seems to randomly get 97 SPD from EA. Don’t think he’s close to the fastest on the team or even in the WR corps. Should be back around 90 SPD.

LT Matt Kalil is a potential 1st round pick and could use a boost.

Something got screwed up with the OLine. USC’s top two OLine recruits were Cyrus Hobbi and Aundrey Walker. They were in the default roster as 73 OVR and 74 OVR respectively. My true freshman chart has their default ratings which were pretty solid.
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by luvtotha9s on Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:32 am

Thank Palo...got them all
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Re: Roster Suggestions

Post by Jaydub918 on Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:38 am

Palo20 wrote:
Jaydub918 wrote:Blackmon, Broyles, Fuller and Moe are all really strong WR. Kendall Wright at Baylor, then unfortunately Kenny Stills at OU. He, however is not far and away better than OSU's Cooper and he's like a 93 or something. Swope at TAMU is prolly a touch underrated. Cooper is better than Torres at TTech who is an 89. That is how I arrived at 90.

Fair enough. I was also surprised at Stills' rating but McShay was just on Twitter recently raving about how good Stills is and how he and Broyles make up the best combo in the nation.

I think Torres is overrated as none of Texas Tech's WRs really stand out.

90 for anyone is high praise, that's all.


That's true. I just thought, Cooper's numbers last year are comparable to Stills. Both had nation leading receivers on their team and put up good numbers. UT's Davis is also around a 91, who Cooper is ahead of on the previously mentioned list. Just my thoughts.

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