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In your opinion?
For LSU: Jamario Rasco, every time he's played, he's flashed big time. He'll be a full time starter and should shine.
Also, Kwon Alexander. He was playing like a madman until he broke his ankle. Kwon is a special player.
So those are my 2 guys.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Quay Evans and Denico Autry on defense. On offense wanna say Corey smith and either nick griffin or josh Robinson
Matt Barkley ... oh, wait ...
Mike Hull on defense and maybe Eugene Lewis on offense, supposed to be the best athlete on the team, but didn't play at all last year.
I'll go with B.Vogler should be a real threat. Blocking has improved , and J. Pagan has shown signs of being a dominate force at times.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
QB: Devin Gardner
TE: Devin Funchess
CB: Blake Countess
LB: James Ross
Landon Collins will be a first round pick when it is all said and done.
A.J. Johnson and Antonio Richardson will both be serious 1st team All-SEC contenders
Defense: Adolphus Washington- He's going to be a load at SSDE or DT. Did a good job disrupting offensive lines as a true freshman backup.
Offense: Philly Brown- He really started doing great things toward the end of the season. He'll have a very good senior year.
Freshman: Jalin Marshall. He's an electrifying playmaker who can make anyone miss. He'll he Urban Meyer's Ohio State version of Percy Harvin.
Just a guess but probably a WR in this system. Not sure who. Maybe Ricardo Louis or Sammie Coates.I think obviously our QB will look a ton better but that is going to have to do more with the system. Lot less thinking and just doing. Shows more talent than brain power in this system. Chris Todd put up record breaking numbers in it.... I would hope that whoever our QB is next year would be able to do something and that is 10 times more than what was done this past season. I think we will have three legitimate contenders for starting QB next year in J. Johnson, K. Frazier, and J. Wallace.
WR Davaris Daniels, Amir Carlisle (USC transfer)
On D, hopefully Ishaq Williams. Prince Shembo dominated this year so Ishaq didn't really get the chance to play that much after the MSU game
I guess Golson could count...but I dunno, I think he has done too well this year to be considered a breakout player
QB Max Wittek- He should have too many stars around him not to have a break out season.
CB Kevon Seymour- He's not going to have much of an option, he better break out.
Offense: Jordan Thompson
Defense: Karl Joseph.... Again
Yeah pretty much all of this. I'll add that one of the RB's (Tenpenny, Jones, Henry) will probably have a breakout freshman year.
Offense: James Quick
Defense: Armani Reeves
Offense: Cayleb Jones
Defense: Peter Jinkens or Shiro Davis
No offense Kite. But did Chris Todd really out up record numbers? I find that hard to believe.
Offense: Jake Waters. Hasn't committed yet(most likely will choose us tomorrow), and doesn't have a rocket arm, but he's very fluid when he runs, makes excellent decisions, and is extremely accurate with the ball. O'Brien turned a walk-on into a conference leader in passing, I'm pretty sure a guy like Waters fits very well with what he tries to do on offense.
Defense: Deion Barnes. He was a FR AA this season, and he will be the guy we're counting on for pressure on the line next season. Extremely athletic. Hopefully he sticks with us through our summer free agency.
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
Offense- Jaylen Walton, did great on kick return and has the ability to break free at any moment
Defense-the return of DT Shackleford, 2 seasons lost to injury but he will be back to enforce a dominating LB corp
You need to go back and watch some film Williams was a heavy contributor. I think Daniels was already a big contributor and Golson's favorite WR. I'll say Davonte Neal-slot receiver, Chris Brown-WR, Golson, and Shumate-CB/S..
He threw the most TD's in a season in Auburn history at the time. Of course, Cam Newton broke that the next year.
Huddles are for rookies.
Mario Edwards Jr and Chris Casher on Defense
Offense Menelik Watson and Mario Pender
Special Teams Marvin Bracy
These are going to be our LBs next year, all of the starters this year are seniors 3 of these 4 are going to be the starters next year and I think they are going to be an improvement. Im really excited to see them play.
Edit: Anderson played very well in his short time before injury, hopefully he comes back at 100%.
This post was edited by Hskr4Life23 19 months ago
Wow, I didn't realize that. Gus is one hell of an offensive mind, no doubt about that.
Offense: WR Sammie Coates #18
Defense: LB Kris Frost #17
Freshman: QB Jeremy Johnson (I honestly believe he'll be starting by the end of the year.)
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