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Post by gator3guy on Sun Aug 28, 2011 8:58 pm

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QB Ryan Williams is not that fast (70's for all 3 categories). Stronger arm.

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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:46 am

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DT Dontari Poe is one of the top DTs in the JR class. He’s just huge. SPD shouldn’t go up all that much, but the rest of his ratings should see an increase.

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Post by volstopfan14 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:32 pm

Please check the Tennessee section for new updates on the team.

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Post by gator3guy on Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:57 pm

Palo20 wrote:Memphis
DT Dontari Poe is one of the top DTs in the JR class. He’s just huge. SPD shouldn’t go up all that much, but the rest of his ratings should see an increase.

He's actually pretty quick off the ball for a guy that big. Definitely a 3-4 nose tackle at the next level.

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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:19 pm

volstopfan14 wrote:Please check the Tennessee section for new updates on the team.

Did Maggitt put on some weight? I'm looking forward to watching him play.

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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:57 pm

Quick Take on Iowa St's RB by committee. Not sure if all of these guys are in the game, but it gives a good description of their skillsets:



"(Shontrelle) Johnson, who served as Robinson’s primary backup last season, is likely to take the first snap at running back.

After that it could anyone from Jeff Woody, a 6-foot, 235-pound bruiser, to James White, a shifty back with a quick burst, to Duran Hollis, who can make people miss in space, taking the next snap.

Even the newcomers, DeVondrick Nealy and Rob Standard, might see action."


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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:16 pm

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True freshman running backs DeAndre Washington and Ronnie Daniels will play this season, Texas Tech offensive coordinator Neal Brown said Friday, and coaches haven’t decided whether to use Kenny Williams, another true freshman running back.

Brown said the 5-foot-8, 191-pound Washington isn’t necessarily ahead of the 5-10, 218-pound Williams, but his versatility gives him an edge right now.
Brown said, “We can play him at wideout. We can play him at running back. We can move him around in some different spots, where Kenny is definitely a feature running back.

Seven Red Raiders freshmen are listed second team: left tackle Le’Raven Clark, center Alfredo Morales, flanker Bradley Marquez, tight end Jace Amaro, defensive tackle Delvon Simmons, middle linebacker Sam Eguavoen and free safety Pete Robertson.

Texas Tech game 1 depth chart can be found here on Page 7:

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/text/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/2011-12/release/release_20110828aaa.pdf



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Post by gator3guy on Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:18 pm

Baylor
HB Terrance Ganaway named the starter

Georgia Tech
QB turned FB David Sims officially named the starter

Texas
Garret Gilbert named the starter





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Post by volstopfan14 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 4:06 pm

Palo20 wrote:
volstopfan14 wrote:Please check the Tennessee section for new updates on the team.

Did Maggitt put on some weight? I'm looking forward to watching him play.
He's listed at 215 but I'm willing to bet that he's bigger than that. He is going to be the starting SAM linebacker to open the season and I'm really excited about him.

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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 4:07 pm

Virginia Tech Frosh:

•The staff really likes its freshman class, and the Hokies will probably dress five true freshmen on defense for backup situations: Corey Marshall, Luther Maddy, Boye Aromire, Ronny Vandyke and Kyshoen Jarrett. On offense, it’s possible the Hokies won’t dress any true freshmen, with the possible exception of center Caleb Farris, a January enrollee.

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Post by Palo20 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 4:10 pm

Clemson LB situation:

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said freshmen linebackers Colton Walls and Lateek Townsend will redshirt. Fellow freshman B.J. Goodson is on the redshirt bubble, and five-star rated incoming linebackers Tony Steward and Stephone Anthony will play.

Swinney had announced earlier last week that the team's starting linebackers against Troy on Sept. 3 will be sophomores Jonathan Willard, Quandon Christian and junior Corico Hawkins.

The position is much deeper than in the previous two years. Sophomore Justin Parker is also in the mix to receive playing time.

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Post by gator3guy on Mon Aug 29, 2011 4:27 pm

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QB Michael Rocco will get the start. Metheny and Watford are co-number 2's.

I didn't go through every coach but I was playing Cincinnati and noticed they were playing a 3-4 (not your fault obviously). They are going to a 4-3 this year. If you change the head coach and defensive coordinator, they will play a 4-3 in-game. I bring this up because you moved the linebackers and de's and it would be a shame if they weren't playing the right scheme. Again nothing we can't edit ourselves,just bringing it to your attention. Thanks again for your work.

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Post by Jaydub918 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:44 pm

Oklahoma State Depth Chart
Kye Staley is the starting FB for game 1

Wilson Youman has been named starting TE. He's much more physical than Horton, who is a receiving TE.


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Post by luvtotha9s on Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:00 pm

Ok....there are a few things that can be added here and there....7 or 8 teams can still have a created player.....have at it....here is Version 1
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Post by HollywoodBob on Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:17 pm

I sent you an email Luv, but I'll post in here too. Here is the updated 2-deep that was released from the coaches today.

WR (X) 84 Quinton Dunbar 4 Andre Debose
WR (Z) 6 Deonte Thompson 85 Frankie Hammond
TE 11 Jordan Reed 32 Gerald Christian
F-21 8 Trey Burton 41 Hunter Joyer
F-12 32 Gerald Christian
Z-11 85 Frankie Hammond 4 Andre Debose
HB 1 Chris Rainey OR 28 Jeff Demps 23 Mike Gillislee
QB 12 John Brantley 16 Jeff Driskel
LT 73 Xavier Nixon 75 Chaz Green
LG 56 Dan Wenger 64 Kyle Koehne
C 72 Jonotthan Harrison 56 Dan Wenger
RG 67 Jon Halapio 58 Nick Alajajian
RT 71 Matt Patchan 75 Chaz Green

Defense

Buck 7 Ronald Powell 93 Kedric Johnson
DT 2 Dominique Easley 44 Leon Orr
NT 6 Jaye Howard 99 Omar Hunter
DE 73 Sharrif Floyd 96 William Green
Sam 34 Lerentee McCray 49 Darrin Kitchens
Mike 52 Jonathan Bostic 51 Michael Taylor
Will 3 Jelani Jenkins 13 Dee Finley
CB 5 Marcus Roberson OR 14 Jaylen Watkins OR 8 Jeremy Brown
S 22 Matt Elam 9 Josh Shaw
S 26 De’Ante Saunders 24 Josh Evans
CB 36 Moses Jenkins OR 31 Cody Riggs 15 Loucheiz Purifoy
Nickel 26 De’Ante Saunders 31 Cody Riggs

Specialists
P 40 David Lerner 44 Kyle Christy
H 47 John Crofoot 10 Tyler Murphy
K 19 Caleb Sturgis 98 Zack Brust
LS 46 Drew Ferris 54 Christopher Guido
PR 1 Chris Rainey 11 Jordan Reed OR 85 Frankie Hammond

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Post by HollywoodBob on Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:18 pm

Here is just some commentary about the offensive 2-deep.

Quarterback
#12 John Brantley; #16 Jeff Driskel

Brantley has been the solid leader from day one and the offensive staff has really talked him up. He has missed some time recently due to an injury and the issue here is that he is facing no contact in practice and still injured his back. Regardless, Will Muschamp and company have stated quite clearly they have faith in Brantley and what he is capable of doing.

It has been one of those wait and see things for Driskel. The high school phenom with all of the tools to be an elite talent was not being talked about at all in the spring and into early fall camp. Midway through, Driskel was suddenly named the backup at the position and pushed ahead of redshirt freshman Tyler Murphy… everything seemed to fall in line with what was ‘expected’.

In the last week or so, with Brantley’s injury, Driskel has gotten the majority of the snaps at practice and that can only be good for him. He should get a lot of playing time in the opener and in a situation where he can play loose and hopefully under control.

Half Back
#1 Chris Rainey OR #28 Jeff Demps; #23 Mike Gillislee

It has been Rainey or Demps since the beginning. According to sources Rainey has supposedly been a terror behind the closed gates of the practice field and is expected to be the guy that gets the first snap on Saturday. Of course he is also the first punt returner, so things could changed based on any long return he might have.

Demps is capable of doing just about anything Rainey can and can do most of it faster. He will get just as many carries as Rainey and likely will be used a little more in the power role when necessary compared to Rainey.

Interesting that they clearly made Gillislee the third guy and ahead of Mack Brown, but the order certainly isn’t a shocker. That he is listed at all is a good sign in my opinion that he gets some decent action on Saturday.

Fullback (F-21)
#8 Trey Burton; #41 Hunter Joyer

The (21) designation in (F-21) stands for the personnel in a particular play. In the numerical order, the first number stands for the number of backs on the field and the second number for the number of tight ends. Given that the skill positions other than the quarterback total five on the field at any one time, the (21) means there are two backs, one tight end, and the remainder of the five (2) are receivers.

They have to find ways to get the ball in Burton’s hands and so I am surprised that he is only listed as a fullback on the 2-deep. Either way, this will be his primary position and I expect him to get the rock a bit from the fullback position.

Burton is such a coach friendly player with his versatility and ability to learn on the run, he will make a huge impact this year as he did in his freshman season.

I assumed G. Christian would be listed second at fullback, but I think it is a big sign that Hunter Joyer will get on the field early and often that he is already listed in the 2-deep. Joyer is a huge kid and should be a devastating blocker once he really learns everything he is supposed to do on the field.

Tight End
#11 Jordan Reed; #32 Gerald Christian

The first tight end spot can either be a flexed out receiver or an extension of the line tight end. As a flexed out receiver Reed is the best one we have and probably one of the top 4-5 athletes on offense with the ball in his hands.

Weis wants a tight end that can block and that isn’t Reed’s strong suit. Freshman A.C. Leonard was the guy here, but was hurt and will be out for a good part of the season. In the meantime, Christian has stepped up big time and has become a reliable blocker. Don’t be surprised in a run heavy offense if Christian is the lone tight end on the field a lot.

2nd Tight End (F-12)
#32 Gerald Christian

Again the personnel designation for the (F-12) indicates there is a second tight end on the field. In all, it is 1 back, 2 tight ends, and 2 receivers. With only one name on the list, if the gators go to a second tight end it will be Reed at the first and Christian is that second guy. Again, he is the best blocker of the bunch. Noticeably absent is freshman Clay Burton who was moved to the position from defense in the middle of fall preseason practice.

Wide Receiver
Receiver (X) #84 Quinton Dunbar; #4 Andre Debose
Receiver (Z) #6 Deonte Thompson; #85 Frankie Hammond
Receiver (Z-11) #85 Frankie Hammond; #4 Andre Debose

The lack of numbers overall is the scariest part of the 2-deep lineup at receiver. However, in a traditional pro-set, there are only two receivers, so the four guys listed should be the main receivers we see in week one.

If there is a surprise it is probably that Dunbar is the starter at (X) basically pushing Hammond out of the starting lineup. By all accounts the tale of the two has been that Hammond has been the steadiest and most reliable while Dunbar has been the biggest play maker. Maybe this is a sign of what the staff is really looking for?

As we have talked about here, Thompson is the likely starter at one spot and that is the way it is set at this point.

The (Z-11) designation means they are playing with 1 back, 1 tight end, and 3 receivers, and is marked for the slot receiver. This what we expected in that Hammond would move into the slot with Dunbar and Thompson on the outside. Debose as the backup is somewhat of a surprise and in my opinion bodes well for maybe a renewed ability to cut and move better after recovering from injuries in the past.

Offensive Line
LT #73 Xavier Nixon; #75 Chaz Green
RT #71 Matt Patchan, #75 Chaz Green
C #72 Jonotthan Harrison; #56 Dan Wenger
LG #56 Dan Wenger; #64 Kyle Koehne
RG #67 Jon Halapio; #58 Nick Alajajian

At tackle the three guys listed for two spots has been pretty much the status quo all fall. The main thing that has changed in the last two weeks was Patchan took over the starting right tackle spot from green who has played well and is now the very flexible backup to both tackle positions.

Halapio has been a staple at right guard since Muschamp’s first practice and is considered by most to be the line’s leader. Alajajian has made big strides lately and may very well have earned big playing time early in this season.

At left guard, we have one of the more contested spots on the entire roster. Ten days ago Ian Silberman was the starter at left guard. Now, he isn’t in the two deep and has been passed by senior Notre Dame transfer Wenger and tackle turned guard Kyle Koehne. Muschamp said Monday the position is not settled yet, so that is a big battle moving forward.

Jonotthan Harrison finished the spring as the starter at center and has never lost ground at the position. He is big, solid, and nasty in the trenches and has a bit of intelligence needed for the position. His backup is Wenger which makes me believe that Koehne will indeed get that starting left guard spot.

All in all it wasn’t a surprising release of the depth chart. We knew the battles at receiver and at the left guard spot were definitely there. I think the lack of real numbers of receivers on the list may in part be due to the fact they have two running backs, a tight end, and a fullback that they really need to distribute the ball to.

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Post by HollywoodBob on Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:34 pm

Also, Duron Carter made it into school today at Bama and practiced with the team.

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Post by PDDollars on Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:54 pm

Thanks for getting those updates in for Wisconsin, everything looks great! I'll let you know what may need to be changed after they play Thursday!

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Post by GoAztecs on Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:27 pm

Louisville :cornerback Adrian Bushell (transfer from Florida) is now a member of the Cardinals football program. Bushell has already participated in two practices, but Strong said he won’t be available for the opener Thursday.

He is eligible to play this season, however, after spending last year at Coffeyville (KS) Community College.

at work so not sure who he could replace.

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Post by shawb28 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:31 pm

PSU just released depth chart.

http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/082911aad.html

And if history tells us anything, it will not be close to who is on the field.

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Post by Eugene3755 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:52 pm

Michigan's has released their official week 1 depth chart.

Depth Chart

It's pretty damn close to what I posted last week, but I didn't realize you started this thread for corrections when you sent out version 1 via e-mail. So if you haven't seen that yet (been working all day so I haven't check out the new release yet), check the link below.

Version 1 Notes

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Post by GoAztecs on Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:29 pm

Hawaii wide receiver Darius Bright and linebacker Aaron Brown have been suspended indefinitely following their arrests Sunday morning

Stump Godfrey QB (transfer from New Mexico)


Texas announced that Fozzy Whittaker will be the starter at running back

Kansas The depth chart was released Monday - Daymond Patterson and D.J. Beshears will start at the two wide receiver slots while freshmen Brandon Bourbon and Darrian Miller will back up James Sims at running back.

Washington State Logwone Mitz starting RB

Wake Forest named as starting wide receivers Danny Dembry and Lovell Jackson.

Maryland something to look into: Maryland's depth chart was released with the biggest surprise being running back D.J. Adams' glaring omission.




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Post by HollywoodBob on Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:50 pm

Here is the offensive depth chart for Minnesota:

Left Tackle
58 – Ed Olson (6-7, 300, So.*)
74 – Marek Lenkiewicz (6-5, 270, Fr.*)

Left Guard
68 – Chris Bunders (6-3, 292, Sr.*)
53 – Tommy Olson (6-4, 289, Fr.)

Center
60 – Ryan Wynn (6-5, 305, Sr.*) OR
62 – Zach Mottla (6-2, 289, So.*)

Right Guard
78 – Ryan Orton (6-4, 290, Sr.*)
52 – Zac Epping (6-2, 297, Fr.*)

Right Tackle
76 – Jimmy Gjere (6-7, 315, Fr.*)
70 – Sean Ferguson (6-6, 296, Fr.*) OR
77 – Foster Bush (6-5, 275, Fr.)

Quarterback
5 – MarQueis Gray (6-4, 240, Jr.)
11 – Max Shortell (6-6, 226, Fr.)

Tailback
22 – Duane Bennett (5-9, 205, Sr.*)
32 – Lamonte Edwards (6-2, 210, Fr.*)
20 – Donnell Kirkwood (5-10, 215, Fr.*)

H-Back/Fullback
85 – Eric Lair (6-3, 232, Sr.)
30 – Mike Henry (6-1, 237, So.)

Tight End
88 – Collin McGarry (6-4, 261, Sr.)
81 – John Rabe (6-4, 252, Jr.)
83 – Drew Goodger (6-5, 249, Fr.)

(Y) Wide Receiver
6 – Da’Jon McKnight (6-3, 211, Sr.)
84 – Victor Keise (6-1, 180, So.*)
80 – Devin Crawford-Tufts (6-2, 191, Fr.)

(X) Wide Receiver
86 – Malcolm Moulton (5-11, 186, So.)
15 – Marcus Jones (5-8, 170, Fr.)
2 – Ge’Shun Harris (6-3, 215, Jr.)
1 – Brandon Green (6-0, 186, Jr.*)

(V) Wide Receiver
86 – Malcolm Moulton (5-11, 186, So.)
15 – Marcus Jones (5-8, 170, Fr.)

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