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Some UGA players that will be household names in 2012:
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Silas Redd, JR RB. He's a stud, and with a much improved OL he is going to be our only offensive threat.
Gerald Hodges, SR LB. Great athlete, and with a much more Aggressive defense he should get a few more chances for highlight reel plays.
Matt McGloin, QB. The most gingerest ginger alive. With O'Briens new offense, he'll be throwing the ball more often then with our last offensive system. For better or worse.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
I thought Black signed with Indiana...did he decommit, transfer, or this is a different kid
I think I would consider Redd a household. Most people know about him, at least Bama fans do haha
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RB Le'Veon Bell
SAM LB: Denicos Allen. Just because he can fly.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
He was committed to Indiana at one point.
i like the williams and hubbard picks.
i'd also go lacy. i don't think he's as good as either ingram or trent, but with the oline we should have, he might put up similar #'s. also, if aj and the wr's can keep it open it will only help him.
don't know if anyone considers him a household name yet though.
DE Will Gholston
RB Leveon Bell
CB Johnny Adams
Who downvoted this? A UM fan or something?
I just upvoted it for you.
by household, i'm considering that to be national
therefore, i'm only putting one
Johnthan Banks (and yes it Johnthan)
hes considered a top 3 NFL draft prospect at CB and yet very few people know of him because he is at state.
state should have a pretty good season this year (8+ wins hopefully) and he will get some great exposure
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Yea I agree, Silas should be known by most college football fans, but he should take that next step this year and truly be an a elite back.
For PSU I'll go with
LB Gerald Hodges-flat out stud, one of the best LBs in college football
DT: Jordan Hill-played great last year, but was overshadowed by Devon Still
CB: Adrian Amos-showed flashes of greatness as a true freshman, should be our best player in the secondary. It might take another year for him to fully break out, but he is a real good player with great potential.
Adrian Hubbard will be a monster
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He's really a tremendous running back, who's stuck on a pedestrian to sub par offense. Leaning toward sub par.
If he has any help he's capable of putting up some really impressive numbers, and possibly even winning the Walker award.
For Auburn I think it would have to be... I think Lutz, Blake, and Lemonier people already know of so I'm not going to pick them. If you they fit this category IYO then just replace mine with those three...
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all three are good choices but imo Deion Belue makes the list by early September.
look for Ed Stinson's name to blowup by 2013 .
I haven't heard of Ford or Fulse. What positions?
Belue would've been my next pick after Hubbard. I think Hubbard will put up bigger numbers just because of his position tho. But both will be very good.
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