With the advent of the triple-threat athletes many of the "QBs" we see in the wildcat will be WR/QB/RB (you pick the order) type athletes this year. I imagine that they still improve only at the ratings relevant to their position, so to maximize their skill set most people will probably put them as their QB. So follows these questions: 1) Will we see a "wildcat quarterback" position eventually on the depth chart sort of like the 3rd down back in Madden? I'm thinking of a guy like Bruce Ellington for South Carolina. Dual-sport athlete who plays point guard and is a WR, KR, and an effective wildcat QB (led his team to the AAAA state championship playing QB). He gets plenty of practice snaps in this formation, so he should be able to improve his TP and TA to a certain point without having to put him at QB and then have his awareness at WR be crap when I play around on the depth chart. 2) Will there ever be legitimate players that play on both sides of the ball? I'm really thinking WR/DB here. I would love to see a defensive player get some Heisman votes. I'm not asking every athlete in the recruiting database to be Charles Woodson, but if it's in the game... 3) Will more players come in with something other than 40 for TP and TA? The accuracy and power on some of the throws that I've tried to execute from PA in the wildcat have been pathetic. I understand not being able to hit a guy in stride, but to completely miss wide open guys (not even in the right third of the field on longer throws) and throw ducks every time its more than 20 yds is a bit much for me. This is with SECElite's sliders, but I still find the same to be true for standard sliders. 4) Could we see some more input in off-season training or position drills in future installments? I'm sure you've answered some, if not all, of these before, but I haven't seen them in the threads I've read. Thanks!