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Strongest: LB core - Jake Ryan is a beast, while Joe Bolden and James Ross had a lot of early PT as Freshman and should make huge strides between Frosh and Sophomore year
Weakest: RB - There really isn't a clear cut starter next year. Fitz Toussaint went out with a terrible ankle injury late in the year this year, and there's really no news as of yet of how he's healing. Behind him there is a a couple unproved guys. Freshman DeVeon Smith and potentially Derrick Green could get a lot of PT next year
Position group I think can start out WEAK, but end up pretty good is the Offensive Line. A couple new starters on the line next year (one being 5* Guard Kyle Kalis), but with Taylor Lewan coming back it will help out immensely.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Not ever? The program does have 6 national championships, and you never know how things will work out. It's not like Michigan State is Mississippi State here.
Michigan State does not and will not run the 3-4 defense.
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.
Yep. I would put our RBs and WRs before our CBs. If Green commits and is the stud that many project him to be, then RBs are good to go. WRs have 2 small guys (Gallon and Dileo) and a potential stud TE in Funchess, and all question marks after that.
Avery and Floyd were just kinda average. Taylor did pretty well. I'm not sure how replacing Kovacs is going to go.
Strongest - DL
Weakest - LB
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