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If we've already had a thread on this feel free to lock/delete this thread mods. By household I mean a relative unknown to fans outside of your school.
Christion Jones- True Soph. WR. Was sent in to return kicks and punts against LSU after Maze went down in January, had several good returns and had a very good spring and spring game by all accounts, from everyone in the program he's set to be a great WR before he leaves Alabama.
Jesse Williams- SR DL. 6'4 320 and Austrailian. Played DE for us last season but has slid inside this spring. Ran at Pro Day earlier this year and our mods reported a 4.87 and 4.75 in the 40. Still very much learning the game, but should make great strides from year 1-2 and will be one of the top DL drafted next year IMO.
Adrian Hubbard- Sophomore OLB 6'6 240ish and can move very well. Another player who was reported to have a great spring. I think has a good chance to lead Alabama in sacks this season.
Players for your team? Could be fun to bump at the end of the season
Eric Reid (Bama fans know him)
Odell Beckham Jr
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
This post was edited by ButchCassidy 22 months ago
Bonus: Bradley Roby
Also, I'm still amazed by how underrated Devin Taylor is. He could easily be on this list.
Demarco Cobbs - OLB, dude plays balls to the wall every play
Desmond Jackson - DT, might be the best DT we have at the moment, but a relative unknown because of our rotation but now that Randall is gone he can start
DJ Grant - TE Poised to break out as our best receiving TE as long as he can stay healthy.
XoGisele, Ashley Sky, Niki Skyler
This post was edited by Slugjuice 22 months ago
Not one single Hurricane
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Jake Ryan LB, hits anything that moves, hard and always seems to be in the right place at the right time when the game is on the line.
Fitzgerald Toussaint RB, not sure if he is a household name already, but regardless the kid is a true RB that has good speed, great vision, and has nice wiggle. Should be in line for a 1,500 yards rushing campaign if he stay healthy.
Jibreel Black DT, athletic beast that just got moved to the inside. He has a great first step and has a knack for getting in the backfield. Should be a problem for other teams this year.
I was going to put Fitz, but thought many already knew about him. Thought about Jibreel as well, but went with Clark instead. I agree on Jake Ryan, though.
Chris Gragg, TE, Sr.
-SEC fans know who he is, but I doubt the national guys do. He's one of the top-rated TE's in next year's draft. He's athletic, fast, and has great hands.
Trey Flowers, DE, So.
-Made a splash last season as a true Freshman. He grabbed one of the last scholarship offers given out by the Hogs in 2011. He's quick off the edge as a pure pass rusher.
Marquel Wade, WR, So.
-Some know him as the kid who laid out the Vandy punt returner last season. Others may know him due to his arrest this offseason. He will probably be suspended a few games; however, I still believe he will drastically impact this team. He can run, catch, and break your ankles. Remember Joe Adams? Yea, this kid is Joe Part 2.
This post was edited by wps88 22 months ago
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
I was going to put Clark down, but I'm not sure if he'll get the job over Brennan Beyer.
I imagine they'll both be rotated there at WDE this fall. We'll know when they hit the field in 87 days.
TE Randall Telfer SO - A dangerous vertical threat
DT George Uko So - Quick and disruptive
LB Hayes Pullard So - Oregon fans know how good this guy is
yeah im sure they will be household names in Alabama
We know all those dudes.
I agree with yours and m&b's, but I'll go all out and say WR Jerald Robinson. He's our most complete WR and I really think he has a huge year, a la Roundtree in 2010.
So I'll go with:
RB Fitzgerald Toussaint - 1,000 yard rusher last year despite not winning the job right away. With a full year, he'll be a workhorse and could leave early.
WR Jerald Robinson - I could be way off and he could easily never see the field, but I like what he brings to the table in an offense that's severely lacking a WR playmaker
LT Taylor Lewan - MSU fans already know him quite well, but I think he solidifies himself as a top 15 draft pick (if he decides to leave). If he stays for his senior year, very realistic comparisons to Jake Long will be thrown around a lot.
This post was edited by Helen of Troy 22 months ago
"It's what a brother would do for another brother"
They will if we get to play them in the NC.....
I'll do both of my favorite teams
-Ryan Shazier- OLB
-Michael Thomas- WR
-Carlos Hyde- RB
-Everett Golson- QB
-Ishaq Williams- OLB
-George Atkinson III- RB
James Wilder Jr
gotta add Terrence Brooks
This post was edited by cuznchips28 22 months ago
Yup.. Not on the National scene.. yet
Ishaq Williams- Soph. Similar to Hubbard. Plays OLB in our 3-4 and is 6'5"
Stephon Tuitt- Soph. 6'6" 290lb DE in our 3-4.
Everett Golson- RFr. 5'11" QB think Charlie Ward. Pass first QB that can run.
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