Discussion in 'After Midnight' started by Kapono, Jan 25, 2012.
I think everyone knows what to do... I'll wait for players leaving to see if I have any nominees
Lukas Adams WR #85 Michigan State
Adams came to Michigan State as a WR and was part of coach Kapono's 1st draft class at Michigan State. He played his first year on campus and started, receiving for over 1,000 yards. He had a decent season as a sophomore, but he went out for the season after a week 7 injury. He had a huge junior year, catching 15 TD passes, but his career came to an end as he decided to enter the NFL draft. Adams holds the Michigan St. records for career receiving yards, receptions and TD's despite only playing 3 seasons and also holds the MSU record for receiving TD's in a single season.
Freshman- 63 receptions for 1,155 yards, 12 TD, 82.5 YPG
Sophomore (7 games)- 39 receptions for 706 yards, 6 TD, 100.9 YPG
Junior- 63 receptions for 1,245 yards, 15 TD, 95.8 YPG
Career- 165 receptions for 3,106 yards, 33 TD, 91.4 YPG
Nebraska True Junior Quarterback Steven White
Yards Per Game
Steven White came to Nebraska as Athlete, but it was clear he was meant to play QB and only QB. He was viewed as a program changer and he did just that in his short time here. The stats are above so I wont go into detail on those. White Started from day 1. He lead the team to a 10-3 record his freshman season, year 2 He improved even more and lead them to an 11-2 mark as well as a rose bowl victory. In year 3 his Junior Season White would take home the award for Best QB and lead his to a 12-1 Record and held the #1 Ranking for a good chunk of the season. He is a true pocket passer and showed the Husker faithful what quarterbacking was all about.
Awards (I cant seem to find any of the award threads for 2017 or 2018 are they just not there Cheez)
2017 Freshman All American (Unconfirmed, can't find the awards thread for that year, pretty sure he was there though)
2019 O'Brien Award for Best QB
White Also holds every career and season passing record for the Huskers.
UCLA DT Kyle Freeman #97
Kyle was only a 2 year starter but what a 2 seasons it was. He was the Nose Guard when the Bruins switched to the 3-4 defense in the 2018 season. Freeman dominated the middle of the line of scrimmage, taking double teams and opening blitzing lanes for the linebackers in the 3-4 scheme. The 6' 3" , 308 pound DT out of Buena Park, CA will be the measuring stick for future Nose Guards should the UCLA Bruins continue with their current defense.
I'll update with Stats before advancing tomorrow.
I need to remember to take some pics of candidates... No nominees this year though from OSU.
Looks like 3 nominees this year. Should we start a new thread for the vote?
2 guys, I never got my stats But even I swore I would never vote for a Defensive Lineman so no worries. I'll start one tonight or tomorrow morning. Long day at the in-laws and gettin my ass kicked at the Shoe is in the near future!
Yeah I was going to vote no on him anyways whatever his stats were . I'm going to guess both guys get in this year but idk
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