Examine your teams going forward We're nearing the end of another season. Anybody who has a few moments, I'd like to know how you feel about your team going into next season... I looked through today and saw that Va Tech lost their two games by a total of about 10 points, just like I did. Your defense was a LOT better this year man I think you are a team to be reckoned with going forward. Anyway, on to Georgia. What I'm excited about for next season is an offense that should be a definite A+, as long as I can keep everybody around. Scales is the biggest question mark. He had such a great season, I can't see him not trying to go pro. If he does go pro, I will have a solid QB that should be able to run the show but we'll be a lot less dangerous overall. Won't have to spy me very often that's for sure. Players I'm excited about: QB Jeff Scales - 93 OVR, Junior 198.0 career passer rating, 95 touchdowns and 33 interceptions. has also rushed for over 1,000 yards in the current season. Almost unstoppable. HB Mike Anderson - 96 OVR, Junior Neared 2,000 yards as a freshman, then injured for part of season 2 and almost all of season 3. If he can stay healthy he gives us a great shot to win any game. A true force. NEWCOMER WR Shawn Lee, 6'3" 187, A Speed - 4.30 forty time, fastest in the class. Needed him to replace Marlon Brown, and it looks like we will have a potent 1-2 punch in Lee and returning WR Michael Outlaw. Lee should have a fantastic career with the Bulldogs. TE Geremy Brown - 88 OVR, Freshman Didn't get many opportunities this year but he is a great all around tight end. Won't drop nearly as many passes as the previous starter. LT Ryan Moore, 89 OVR, Freshman Should be a fantastic player, stepping in for the departing Austin Long. There shouldn't be any dropoff whatsoever, he's just a great prospect. RG Orlando Richardson, 77 OVR Freshman He has played really well this year. One of three starters on our offensive line with better than 73 speed, he's the fastest of the bunch at 77 speed. We're a deadly screen team because of guys like this and he will only get better. RE Andrae Weeks, 90 OVR Junior - 6'2" 275 (86 speed, 81 STR) It will be interesting to see how much Weeks progresses. He could become an elite player next season. Abry Jones has hogged the spotlight a little this year, but Weeks has still managed 8 sacks and 15 tackles for loss. He will only get better. MLB Nathan Anderson, 91 OVR Freshman - 6'0" 226 (85 spd) Probably the best middle linebacker that's been recruited so far. As a freshman this season he had 87 tackes, 19 for loss, with the bowl game to go. He is just gonna keep improving and will be a superstar within the next two seasons. Then there's the question of the other middle linebackers. We do play the 3-4 some of the time still, and one of the following is going to step up and play alongside Anderson, and they're all very good: William DeAngelis, 88 OVR JR (81 SPD) Louis Lee, 88 OVR SO (86 SPD) Willie Hall, 86 OVR SO (81 SPD) OLB John Smith, 89 OVR (88 SPD) - 6'4" 222 - This guy just keeps improving by leaps and bounds. A guy that really fills up the stat sheet, he's solid rushing the passer, solid in space, and solid in pass coverage. 75 tackles, 8 for loss, 2 sacks, 5 INT and a defensive touchdown is damn good production for a sophomore. CB Joe Dixon, 90 OVR Soph. (93 SPD) 5'11" 181 - the cerebral guy of our CB group. Dixon seems to pick off a pass each game, ended up with 7 INT on the season. It's going to be interesting who wins the 2nd corner spot next year. One of the things I enjoy this year is just the arms race, assembling guys that can cover Tennessee's wideouts has been a real chore but it's resulted in a great group including the guy we signed in this class. One of these three will be starting alongside Dixon. NEWCOMER Eric Cole - 5-star, 6'1" 169) A speed, A Acceleration, 4.32 forty (second fastest in the class). The thing that separates him is the ACC, I can see him stepping in and winning the starting job if his OVR is anywhere near the following two guys.... Interested to see how good he is, hope he's not overrated. Curtis Elliott (81 OVR Frosh, 95 spd) has had a great season as evidenced by his complete lack of tackles and INT - Teams rarely throw in this guy's direction. Jake Rogers (81 OVR Frosh, 97 spd) is the fastest guy, playing the nickle. Pretty sure next year he'll be pushed to the dime role. FS Wesley Bryant, Junior - 95 OVR I don't play safety so the following numbers are just pure talent 93 tackles, 8 tackles for loss, 7 INT, 3 FF. Now has 14 interceptions in his career. He will probably be anywhere from 97 to 99 OVR as a senior and we expect him to have an even more phenomenal year. Can he push for a Thorpe? Without Kinger in the league, just maybe! Last but not least, the quandary at Strong Safety! Improvement will play a big role here, and my favorite two guys are the youngsters that are redshirting this season! Donnie Matthews - 83 OVR, 91 speed freshman - Good combination of ability and awareness. Played pretty well this season for 3-4 games but then got hurt and never got the job back because the following guy played so awesome: Kyle McBride - 82 OVR, 87 speed freshman - Has incredible awareness, 83 for a freshman is almost unheard of. He's never out of position, tackles well, and has great, great hands. Also a big guy at 6'2" 201. It's gonna be really tough to beat him out.... I love the idea of having all these physically talented guys and then a real student of the game back there too. Hopefully will be the glue of the defense but might lose the job to one of these two youngsters who are redshirting: SS Tanner Jenkins - 6'3" 216, 81 OVR, 92 SPD, 74 STR, 66 AWR, 84 HPW Awesome physical talents, hits like a ton of bricks. A great candidate to move to free safety... However, due to his size and Joe Forte having better AWR we are thinking of moving Forte. SS Joe Forte - 5'11" 213, 77 OVR, 92 SPD, 76 AWR, 92 HPW Struggles to get off blocks and doesn't have the greatest hands, but I guess the reason I like this guy so much is he was a 2-star. Maybe that's not a good reason to want him to turn out great but that's me, I like finding the diamonds in the rough. Explosive player who will probably move over to FS where he won't have as many blockers finding their way to him and he can just destroy people. His AWR will allow him to lose some and still be acceptable, similar to Jenkins at around 66 AWR.