Advance to Position Changes

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  1. Emmdotfrisk

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    Advance to Position Changes

    EVOLUTION TOP RECRUITING CLASSES

    TEAM CLASS RANK TOTAL SIGNEES
    Auburn 11 20
    Nevada 14 22
    Stanford 23 19
    Idaho 41 17
    Lousiana Tech 44 16
    Bowling Green 48 17
    Colorado State 62 16
    New Mexico 69 11
    Buffalo 79 18
    Central Michigan 90 17
    Northern Illinois 112 14
    Washington State 120 8



    Ok guys Position Changes is now up.....use the information below as a reference.

    Position Changes - Off Season
    All position changes must be posted during the off season, and following the guidelines below. D line, O line, LBs, DBs are all interchangeable, and don't necessarily need to be posted.

    Pos Notes
    QB: No Restrictions
    RB: No Restrictions
    FB: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 220 lbs
    Speed restriction < 88
    WR: No restrictions
    TE: Restricted
    Height restriction > 6'2''
    Weight restriction > 220 lbs
    Speed restriction < 87
    OL: No restrictions
    DT: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 245 lbs
    DE: Restricted
    Height restriction > 6'2''
    Weight restriction > 215 lbs
    Speed Restriction < 84
    OLB: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 200 lbs
    Speed Restriction < 86
    MLB: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 205 lbs
    Speed restriction < 86
    DB: No restrictions
    RET: No Restrictions
     
  2. T2

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    CSU and NV.... Please See Recruiting Offenders Program Thread....
     
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    I will get mine done this evening sometime! Out of town right now!!!
     
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    Nevada done
     
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    New Mexico done.
     
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    I'm about to leave, but I'll be back at 5 PST. If everyone else is done, I'd like to do the cut players stage. If not, no big deal.
     
  9. MILMONTpa

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    idaho done
     
  10. BG

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    NIU done position changes!!! ready to move on!
     
  11. Jvigorous1

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    H22, T2, and Nd are the remaining 3.
     
  12. H22APWRD94

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    H22 done. ND and T2 remain.

    Mike
     
  13. T2

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    getting ready to adv
     
  14. MILMONTpa

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    As per the following guidelines, I reversed one of my player position changes..

    "OLB: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 200 lbs
    Speed Restriction < 86
    MLB: Restricted
    Weight restriction > 205 lbs
    Speed restriction < 86
    DB: No restrictions"

    I had a 2 star FR / FS recruit that would have been a good fit at ROLB. The FS position had an extra body and ... if I understand the rule, a DB can be converted to OLB. Maybe I'm wrong, I don't know, hence this post.

    Anyway, I converted the FS to an OLB and saved the change... I lost some AWR. I came back and checked the restrictions and found that the FS's speed rating of 87 made him ineligible for OLB... so I changed him back to FS... losing additional AWR. Arghhhh !! He went from FS to OLB to FS again. He is now at 40 AWR.

    Anyway... in the future... can a FS be converted to OLB if he meets the weight and speed restrictions?

    My other position change was a TE to FB. For the 2nd year in a row, my targeted FB's didn't sign with me even though I was #1 on their list all year. To fill that gap, I changed a mediocre TE to an even more mediocre FB.

    (this message has been brought to you by a guy who had to work today - (new years eve), tomorrow - (new years day), and Saturday to boot)
     
  15. T2

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    Advanced to Training results

    I will leave this up for a couple hours..

    then advance..

    h22 and jvig will need to do there cuts tonight.
     
  16. T2

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    ill talk with the committee and get back to you..
     
  17. MILMONTpa

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    no problem. I've already switched that player back to his original position purely based on the fact that his spped DQ's him for OLB.... but for future position changes it might be good to know.
     
  18. Emmdotfrisk

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    On a side note.... How about those Vandals!
     
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    big day for Vandals for sure. They have been playing like that all year. high drama. lots of fun to watch
     

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