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Jacob Pugh's video is outstanding.
Agreed, adding him and Daub to LB just seems unfair at this point
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.
Just needs weight. he's listed at 205 but even that seems generous.
Could climb my rankings if he adds even 10-15 pounds before his senior year.
Jacob Pugh was the best player on the field in the Immokalee/Godby finals game. Think about that.
He can cover and has good ball skills but he's slow.
11.5 100 M as opposed to Sawyer being an 11.3. But I gave Randolph the nod in the rankings because he had solid film and most of Sawyer's consists of him playing RB.
I really like Dawson, Lammons, and Battle at CB, but those last 2 CB spots could have gone a million different ways.
Trumaine Washington would have made it if he wasn't both short and not very fast. Kid's still quick, tough, and super instinctive.
He is slow, no doubt
Pugh fans would also like Mike Smith.
Similar players (Pughe's longer) in the sense that they're both undersized, yet highly productive edge rushers whose value is probably tied to how well they show their ability to play in space at camps.
Smith getting 18 sacks last year at Northwestern is no joke.
18 sacks is great but his teammate Marquise Blanchard had 24 sacks, that defense at MNW was loaded
Wow. Are those stats inflated?
Nope those are official stats but somehow Blanchard ended up at Howard University, maybe his grades were bad ?
JC Jackson as Slot WR ,everybody in the country better want. JC Jackson as a CB whatever, there is alot better options.
I also think Scott should be the #2 WR kid is crazy good. The only thing he lacks is Ideal size.
Like this kid. Real raw and needs strength, but his flexibility and athleticism leads me to believe he has some serious upside.
He'll be in my updated OL rankings.
Watch David Sharpe, and 10 other videos.
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.
Thanks for the look, posted this on the noles site. We need a guy like this. Screw soft looking Reilly Gibbons. This guy is Menelik II
Who leads for Gibbons ?
i think i read an article saying we had an edge. doesnt mean much since its february and NSD is 11 1/2 months away.
plus OL dont go to FSU
This post was edited by phillip740il 14 months ago
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YH FSU need OL help and we also need DT help badly.
Did you credit, SU?
hahaha understatement of the century
A new safety I like, who just got offered by Louisville. I've seem him listed anywhere from 5'10 to 6'1, but there aren't many safeties that tackle like him. And one site claims he's a 11.1 100 meter guy...
Watch Andre Godfrey Jr, and 13 other videos.
The feedback I got from someone who knows much better than I do are my rankings on the line need work...need to give more consideration as to how they'll look in 3 years than how big and dominating they are right now.
Sharpe will be pretty high up the board next update, perhaps surprisingly so.
I totally agree. That dude would get owned so bad most noobs would think he's not worth a scholly if he played in an all star game in January. 4 years from now though he will be dominant. Potentially.
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