Impact Freshman?

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  1. Mogriffjr

    Mogriffjr Walk On

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    Any freshman starting on ya team...post em up

    SS Justin Atkins- 6'3", 180lbs (74ovr)- Kid was recruited as a FS but we moved him to SS. He's an excellent tackler (91) and plays great man coverage (86). He hits with power (85) so we can't wait to have him blowing up run plays and the like. Also beware, Atkins played some WR in HS so he has decent hands.

    TE Eric Coleman- 6'4", 216lbs (74ovr)- Coleman was a highly touted TE for Rutgers and he comes in right away to start. He has solid speed (82) but is strong (77). He's not polished as a TE with his hands but surprisingly, he's a strong blocker (82 run block strength). Rutgers hopes Coleman can develop into a good all-around TE.
     
  2. jms493

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    True Freshman
    1. TE Luke Jones - 6'4 248 (76ovr) - A Nice receiving TE that will be our 2nd TE. He has solid hands and can move around the field will some decent speed. We need him to develop. I dont expect much this year....probably just a few holding calls.
    2. LT Wayne Johnson 6'6 301 (81ovr) - This guy will be an anchor on the line. I am starting right off the bat as he is my best choice at LT. I expect a few holding calls but I also expect a few huge holes.
    3. CB Mike Mason 5'9 166 (77ovr) - I need corner backs SOOOO bad and this guy I hope will be a savior. I don't think he is ready but I don't have any other options. He will be tested!


    Red Shirt Freshman
    1. DE Akeem Cunnigham 6'0 248 (84ovr) - #1 DE 2 classes ago I am excited to see what he can do.
    2. OLB Jermaine Thompson 6'4 227 (84ovr, 86 spd, 92 acc) - I honestly dont remember signing this guy but he is going to be a MONSTER. He actually is not starting but he is right on the ass of both OLBs. He will get his shot. I will throwing him in some games to see if he is a true game changer.
     
  3. Hellisan

    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

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    True Freshman
    1. [*]MLB Ron Flynn - 6'1 199 (81ovr) - Slightly undersized but his ratings are incredible. When you talk about an 81 OVR true freshman with 44 awareness.. If that was just like 60, he'd probably be an 85-87 OVR. Against Missouri in week 1 he ended up with 6 tackles, 4 assists, 4 tackles for loss, 3 sacks, and a forced fumble.

    Red Shirt Freshman
    1. [*]DT Brett Huff 5'11 302 (76ovr) - He's just a solid plugger, nothing special, but my DT's always seem to do good things for me.
    Incoming Non-Freshmen
    1. SOPH RT Joe Harris - 6'7 280 (83 OVR) - Really shores up our offensive line right away. Very solid all around.
     
  4. NYJuggalo45

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    iowa has no one, sorry can't add content to this thread
     
  5. jms493

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    Holy fuck is that an amazing first game for a freshman. Tough to get sacks with LBS and he achieved 3 in his first ever game. :eek::eek:
     
  6. Hellisan

    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

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    So true. I guess it's all downhill from here. I doubt he will get more than 5 all season, lol
     
  7. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    I have a slew of youngins' starting this year. Unfortunately I have no Dynasty access from work so I will list the ones I know off the top of my head and update later.

    Jermaine Kelly (76 OVR) 5'10 218 LBS: Not technically the starter YET, but he will almost certainly be getting a large amount of carries this season. 5-Star offseason grab by the Bulls. Kelly should threaten the all-time USF rushing record if he stays healthy. 90 SPD, 97 AGI, 86 ACC. The 97 AGI really shows up on the field. I did a little practicing with him and he is like driving a Porsche. Excellent handling.

    Justin King (79 OVR) 6'5 249: Two words can describe King: Robo Backer. This guy is the real deal, huge Fast (93 SPD), good change of direction (B AGI, B ACC) with decent tackling and good coverage ability. I'm hoping he will be a sideline to sideline stud for years to come.

    DE (80 OVR) Helluva DE. B+ Pur, B+ Block Shed B+ Speed. Going to be a nightmare.

    DT (79 OVR) A- Strength, B Pur. B PWR, B FIN. Big hogmolly, should clog the middle for a while.

    I'm starting a few other Freshman i believe--will report back later.
     
  8. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    Fixed
     
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  9. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    Too Soon?
     
  10. JCspartan2

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    DE Lance Allen, True Fresh, 73 overall. 73 speed, 81 acceleration, 82 finesse, 75 power, 75 block shedding, 77 tackle...pretty solid all around for a freshman. Week 1: 2 tackles, 1 sack.

    CB Jason Johnson, True Fresh, 77 overall, 91 speed, 92 acceleration, 80 man coverage, 91 zone coverage, 89 play recognition, 73 tackle, 73 press, 68 catching. Pretty phenomenal for a freshman. Week 1: 3 tackles, 3 passes defended.
     
  11. jms493

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    Looks solid.....lets see him cover my boy though!
     
  12. JCspartan2

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    Revis Island couldn't contain your boy.
     
  13. BRUCE80

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    Freshman 82 overall CB Stephen Keller 6'2 187: Blazing speed 98 sp and 96 acc and coverage ability 85 man and 90 zone with a 81 press rating, mixed in with good size. He cant catch a cold but he is a solid CB and is pushing for time at the nickle or #2 cb spot. I have a feeling he will get there.

    RS Freshman 84 overall WR Gavin McRea 5'9 196: Came in to the program and we werent sure what to do with him. We put him at WR and in one offseason he worked on his game and is working in our WR core right now and should end up in the slot or #4 spot. He was very very solid in his first game as a Bruin knotching four grabs and a td pass. He has 88 sp and 93 acc to create seperation and a 93 release rating. He is all mid to high 70's at all other recieiving ratings.
     

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