Jandy - Oregon Ducks Jandy has been planning on using Oregon for some time now, and him getting the first pick all but sealed that fate. He returns a ton of talent, most notably with speedster running back DeAnthony Thomas. That being said Chip Kelly's departure left the Ducks with an average recruiting class, by their standards at least, so Jandy will have to hit the recruiting trail hard in season 1. LongGone24 - Georgia Bulldogs Georgia definitely isn't the most talented team in the SEC, and they aren't the best recruiting program either. But they are a program that LongGone seems comfortable with. He joined very late in last years league, so it will be interesting to see how he competes out of the starting block. Spayer419 Ill be back in Columbus this year, and this time the Buckeyes roster will be far more formidable than it was out of the box last season. But in what could be a much improved Big 10, things won't get any easier. Cmassey - Arkansas Razorbacks Cmassey finally gets to run with his favorite team. The question is, will he adopt Bielama's smash mouth style, or install the spread we saw him use to so much success at Texas? CyHiphopp - Texas A&M Aggies With Jonny Manziel at quarterback and bevy of skill position players around him, Cy inherits a very capable team. And, as the only program in Texas, he has a big leg up in one of the most crucial recruiting hot beds. Cy and Cmassey were two of the most dominant users last year, so it will be fun to watch that rivalry develop now that they are in the same conference TheMNorthface - USC North had a short-lived, yet successful stint with Notre Dame last year. Though he didn't last long enough as a user to reap their benefits, North recruited many of the players that Cy wreaked havoc with at ND - namely J.R. Gant. With his schedule clear for a long dynasty run this year I'm excited to see who North can bring in to USC, and then how he uses them. Jbek - Penn State Nittany Lions Jbek was an original member of CL, and back in NCAA 09 we went 13 seasons and split our series 7-6. I'm very excited to have him back, and think that he will add a very competitive element to a Big 10 conference which needed a 3rd competitive user last year. Glen Cieske - Wisconsin Badgers Speaking of the Big Ten, Glen is back again at Wisconsin. Last year Glen and I went back and forth, and developed what I thought to be the best rivalry in the league. It will be great to have that rivalry again this year, and with Jbek at Penn State the conference should be even more interesting. Additionally, Ohio State and Wisconsin will be in separate divisions in 2014, so we will finally get to meet in a conference title game. Boraby - Stanford Cardinal Though not his first choice, Boraby landed a great program in Stanford with a team that can compete for a championship from year one. California is known for having great QB recruits, so maybe he will find the next Andrew Luck or John Elway to good use. But of he does, Boraby will need to work on protecting the ball, as that was his downfall in user games last year. CJTHA1 - UCLA Bruins Last year CJ won the inaugural championship with Virginia Tech, and then rejoined the dynasty later on to find success with Florida. Though he likely doesn't have a team capable of winning it all right away, he inherits a quality program with a young QB. UCLA plays its home games in the Rose Bowl, but don't be surprised to see them play some post season games there too. MrWitness36 - LSU Tigers As one of the two brand new members of CL, I can't say much about Witness' stick skills. But with the 11th pick he certainly got as good of a program that you could ask for. He will have his work cut out for him, however. The SEC definitely has the hardest group of computer teams and, in my opinion, the best group of user talent too. ssuwr86 - Minnesota Golden Gophers SSU was forced into the Big Ten as he had the last pick, but this was still a shocking selection. He spurned the likes of Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State and Iowa for Minnesota. On the plus side, SSU will get to play the first season in a division by himself, but he better make most of that good fortune because the Big 10 looks to be a strong group and he will be at a disadvantage in talent from the get go. What are your impressions from the team draft? Which conference do you think is shaping up to be the strongest? What potential user rivalries are you interested to see unfold?