Freshman Focus 2012

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  1. Hova

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    On the Radar....

    Name: QB Patrick Wilson
    Overall: 80
    Caliber: :5stars:
    Hometown: Adamsville, Alabama
    Stats: 148.6 Rating 25/49 468 YDs, 5 TDs, 4 INTs
    Synopsis: Patrick looks to be having a solid season as the starter for the Gators. He isn't quite the leader of the offense yet but he has a solid rating despite throwing 4 INTs. We will see how he fares in SEC play..

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    Name: WR EJ Turner
    Overall: 80
    Caliber: :5stars:
    Hometown: Post Falls, ID
    Stats: 3 Rec, 34 YDs, 2 TDs
    Synopsis: Patrick looks to be having a solid season as the starter for the Gators. He isn't quite the leader of the offense yet but he has a solid rating despite throwing 4 INTs. We will see how he fares in SEC play..

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    Name: WR Spencer Bain
    Overall: 77
    Caliber: :5stars:
    Hometown: Bel Air North, Maryland
    Stats: 10 Rec, 146 YDS, 2 TDs
    Synopsis: Spencer has been great in the slot for UofM this season. He leads the team in receptions with 10 and has found the endzone twice already. He has good speed and has found ways to get open early in the season. Let's see if he can keep it up.

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    Name: WR Isaac Timmons
    Overall: 71
    Caliber: :4stars:
    Hometown: Regina, Connecticut
    Stats: 6 Rec, 265 YDs, TD
    Synopsis: Isaac has done what he was recruited to do... catch the deep ball. With his huge 6'5 frame he has been able to amass 265 yards and a TD this season. He hopes to continue to be a deep threat for UofM.

    Name: LE Bryce Glover
    Overall: 80
    Caliber: :5stars:
    Hometown: Huntington Beach, California
    Stats: 15 Tackles, 6 TFL, 4 Sacks, Defl, FF
    Synopsis: Bryce has made a huge impact as a freshman thus far with 4 sacks and a team leading 15 tackles. He is making plays early and often. Look for him to be a strong contender this season.

    Going Forward:

    1. I would like pics of all the current players on the radar.

    2. You should be updating weekly in this thread what your freshman are doing. You can post photos, videos, and stats each week. The more information you provide on your freshman the more they have a chance of winning. This should be great content for us.

    3. If you have a freshman starting to make an impact that was overlooked by me feel free to post them and I will add them to page one, also continue to update us on him throughout the season. The FOTY winner will be selected at the end of the season. (Must be a TRUE freshman)
     
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  2. Wick36

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    Nice work. Only thing I would say is that you put Patrick's write up under Turner's as well. Tough to see someone winning FOTY other than Patrick if the Gators have much success this season.

    My only starting Freshman are my kickers and OLB Morris Smith. He doesn't play in nickel or dime, so he doesn't get much time on the field, unfortunately.
     
  3. bawvu97

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    my freshman were all in the 60's most were redshirted except my punter who is backing up my kicker on punts :( welcome to oregons tate football
     
  4. Ceewo

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    Wilson is developing and I like his arm. Hopefully we can decrease the amount of INTs and make a run at Georgia. In our game with Boise State Patrick completed 72% of his passes for 309 yards and 4 TD.

    CB Matt Berry is another Freshman producing for us. He is the Nickle CB and so far has produced 14 tackles(10 solo), 2 TFL, and 8 pass deflections.

    Ill try to get pics over the next few games.
     
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  5. bravejaf

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    I only have my kicker and he is terrible... He is so bad I'm recruiting another kicker, despite having a true freshman on my roster in both kicking positions :(
     
  6. abolishthefed

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    No true freshman are seeing the field at Ohio State.
     
  7. FacePlant City

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    No freshman here. All are too pathetic. 3-stars.
     
  8. uncleho

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    Week 5 saw freshmen WR E.J Turner only haul in 9 yards worth of receiving yards, yet he had two touchdowns on the day against Oregon State.
     
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    WR Timmons hauls in the 64 YD TD recepetion

    WR Bain had 3 receptions for 124 YDs and a TD. He was the player of the game vs TCU.
     
  10. uncleho

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    WR E.J. Turner ties the game at 14-14 in the second quarter against #5 Wisconsin. It was his only reception of the game (20yds).
     
  11. Ceewo

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    Week 7 saw QB Patrick Wilson on the bench with an injury.

    CB Matt Berry came up huge and was a very big part in our upset win over LSU. Berry had a pair of 4th quarter INTs. 1 was returned for a TD and the other ended LSU's last ditch effort to get back into the game.



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  12. bravejaf

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    I know real life guys are not eligible but figured its worth mentioning my redshirt freshman kick returner has 3 touchdowns in 5 or 6 games. He also fumbled a return in my game against Tennessee that cost me a shot at tying the game :(.
     
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    Week 8 update - The youngsters were not spectacular this week, but didnt make many mistakes in a win over the Vols.

    Wilson - 229 passing yards 1 TD 1 INT

    Berry - 5 tackles(2 solo), 1 TFL, 1 DEFL in the endzone to prevent a TD

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    Nick James - 6'4" 205 :5stars: Oregon

    18 catches 271 yards 2 TDs

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    Bryce Glover - 6'3" 262 :5stars: California

    27 tackles 15 TFLs 10.0 sacks 2 deflections 4 FFs

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    Phil Cunningham - 5'11" 217 :5stars: California

    36 tackles 5 TFLs 1 interception 3 deflections
     
  15. uncleho

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    Since the Wisconsin game E.J. Turner has put up 4 rec for 84 yards and a TD against Purdue, was blanked against Northwestern, and had 3 receptions for 74 yards and 2 TDs against Illinois. I believe that brings his total TD number to 8 on the season, which means that a majority of his receptions are TDs.

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    54 yard TD reception from the Illinois game.​
     
  16. Hova

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    Bain and Timmons both made big plays vs Minny this week including a 64 YD TD by Bain.

    Here are there season stats thus far:

    WR Spencer Bain 15 Rec, 323 YDs, 4 TDs

    WR Issac Timmons 9 Rec, 408 YDs, 3 TDs

    Freshman CB Anthony Bush also had his first career INT which he ran back for an 86 YD TD
     
  17. Ceewo

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    Week 10 vs Georgia. This was a big game vs Georgia. We are now in control of the SEC East and are looking for some love in the Polls. We are only ranked 17th as a 1 loss team while two other 1 loss teams that we beat are in the top 5, USC and LSU.

    QB Patrick Wilson 8/16 107 yards 1 TD 0 INT

    CB Matt Berry 3 Tackles 1 INT
     
  18. Wick36

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    Alright... it's time for me to nominate one of my players for this award.

    Freshman Kicker Anthony Macklin

    He is 6'2" 211 and has dreads. He is a kicker.

    He's 20/24 on field goals this year, with a long of 52. He is a perfect 53/53 on extra points. He is also my punter, and his punts have a net average of 41.8. 41% of his punts have ended up inside the 20, with only 1 ending up in the end zone.

    He currently sits at #2 in the Groza race.

    He has accounted for a total of 113 points on the season.

    Also, Macklin has dreads.

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  19. Hova

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    Screw him
     
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  21. Hova

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    He's a kicker! haha
     
  22. Wick36

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    Exactly.
     
  23. Ceewo

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    Updated season stats for the Florida duo:

    QB Patrick Wilson 151.3 Rating 96/186 1840 yards 16 TD 11 INT
    Patrick needs to become more consistent. He has had some flashes that show why he is starting as a freshman and other games that show that is his just a freshman.

    CB Matt Berry 32 Tackles 5 TFL 1 Sack 5 INT's 13 pass deflections
    Wilson may have been the big name recruit, but it is Berry who is producing in The Swamp. Berry has been solid against the pass, 2nd in the SEC in INTs and deflections. We thought he would be good in coverage, but his has surprised us with his tackling skills. 5 TFL and a sack. He has produced in our biggest games of the season with a pair of INTs against LSU and another against Georgia.
     
  24. bravejaf

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    Pretty sure this year's award is going to Oregon's defensive end
     
  25. Ceewo

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    Going to have to agree with you. Glover is a beast on the #1 team in the country.
     

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