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Or that you think will make an argument for top spot at their position by seasons end?
CB - Justin Gilbert
RB - Joe Randle
P - Quinn Sharp
This post was edited by BamaRyder 23 months ago
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RB? Not even close.
Center- B. Jones
Guard- C. Warmack
DT- J. Williams
And Eddie Lacey will be in the top group at RB.
Jesse williams is likely the top 34 nose, maybe not dt. EL won't be in that top group bc of injuries. Fluker deserves mention among tackles.
Last time I ckd 34 nose was a DT....
EL may get injured but a healthy EL is one of the top 5 RBs in the nation.
A NT is a NT and a DT is a DT, generally when people say DT, they are referring to a 4-3, also while I do think Lacy is a good back, he's not even tops in the SEC, let alone top 5 in the country.
Lattimore, Davis, Michael are all better and I would say Stacy is just as solid, one benefit that Lacy has, though, is the OL he runs behind.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
This post was edited by kray98721 23 months ago
DE. Devin Taylor,Jadeveon Clowney
RB.. Marcus Lattimore
C... TJ Johnson
FS.. DJ Swearinger
Interesting that there are fans of three different teams who each believe their center is best
And three different free safeties: TJ McDonald, Robert Lester and DJ Swearinger
D-end: Jenkins/Werner/carradine dt: jernigan/Dawkins nose tackle: amp McCloud linebacker: Jones safety: Joyner corner: x. Rhodes. Kicker: Dustin Hopkins
This post was edited by duvalnole 23 months ago
DE Barkevious Mingo
DE Sam Montgomery
DT Bennie Logan
S Eric Reid
P Brad Wing
Wing and Reid are the only ones currently the best. The others are in the conversation later.
This post was edited by jtmva 23 months ago
RB Marcus Lattimore
DE Jadeveon Clowney
Swearinger has a chance at FS
Both are in the top group at their position. Hodges might actually be the best OLB in the country though.
LT- Taylor Lewan
Dual Threat QB- Denard Robinson (note: I do not think he will be in contention as best overall QB, just as the best dual threat.)
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
TE-Eifert, MLB-Teo, C-Cave, LT-Martin, I'll also go with one that's not there yet but will be DE-Tuitt...
I thought the other tight end whose cousin is at Miami was better, because I use him a lot in the game.
I'll take the one that is the defending Outland winner.
Yeah, IMO it's Barrett Jones and not even close.
This post was edited by Never Lose Hoke 23 months ago
If the stipulation is that by season's end they will be in the conversation, then
QB - Braxton Miller
FB - Justin Boren
WR - Jake Stoneburner
OLB - Ryan Shazeir
DE - John Simon
DT - Johnathan Hankins
CB - Bradley Roby
Redd wouldn't have even been the best back in the B1G this year.
He came in ranked higher, but Telfer started more - if not all - games last year (both were r-Fr last year; r-So this year). Xavier Grimble, the guy you're thinking of, has had butterfingers this fall. Grimble will definitely be the #2 TE though, and Kiffin anticipates many 2-TE sets.
Grimble is a beast on NCAA
Grimble is a better blocker, Telfer a better receiver.
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