NCAA '11 Player Rating Predictions

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  1. Masler

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  2. Hokie Effect

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    Suprised Ryan Williams isn't rated as one of the top RB's or Tyrod Taylor as one of the QB's. Maybe I am a little bias. UNC's defensive is gonna be tuff. Too bad they don't have that impressive of an offense or they may be a dark horse for next season.
     
  3. Masler

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    I was surprised to see Jake Locker rated above Pryor...I was for sure he'd be the best in the land now that McCoy, Tebow and Clausen are gone
     
  4. bravejaf

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    I was surprised Heyward wasn't among top 5 d-lineman, he is a beast and I'd rate him as best overall player on tOSU. Not sure Posey is a top 5 wideout but we shall see.
     
  5. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    I'm not sure what more Ryan Williams could've done last season to be in the top 5.
     
  6. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    I'm so sick of Terrelle Pryor. Sorry Buckeye fans......but is there a more overrated player in College football than Pryor?
     
  7. Drifterbub

    Drifterbub Help me hide a body?

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    These aren't official ratings. Just some arbitrary numbers the guys over there came up with. Take that for what you will...
     
  8. Masler

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    It's the only thing out there right now lol..thought it would make for a little fun is all
     
  9. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    Cut and paste please?
     
  10. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    Sweetness is over rated ;) I'll take Lonnie Pryor over him all day!!!
     
  11. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Top Five Running Backs

    #1 Mark Ingram, Alabama: 98 Overall
    #2 Quizz Rodgers, Oregon State: 96 Overall
    #3 Noel Devine, West Virginia: 95 Overall
    #4 John Clay, Wisconsin: 94 Overall
    #5 Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh: 94 Overall
    Top Five Quarterbacks

    #1 Jake Locker, Washington: 96 Overall
    #2 Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State: 95 Overall
    #3 Ryan Mallett, Arkansas: 95 Overall
    #4 Andrew Luck, Stanford: 94 Overall
    #5 Christian Ponder, Florida State: 93 Overall
    Top Five Wide Receivers

    #1 Julio Jones, Alabama: 98 Overall
    #2 A.J. Green, Georgia: 97 Overall
    #3 Terrance Toliver, LSU: 96 Overall
    #4 Michael Floyd, Notre Dame: 96 Overall
    #5 DeVier Posey, Ohio State: 95 Overall
    Top Five Tight Ends

    #1 Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame: 95 Overall
    #2 Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin: 94 Overall
    #3 D.J. Williams, Arkansas: 94 Overall
    #4 Weslye Saunders, South Carolina: 93 Overall
    #5 Mike McNeill, Nebraska: 93 Overall
    Top Five Offensive Lineman

    #1 Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin, 97 Overall
    #2 Anthony Castonzo, : 97 Overall
    #3 Rodney Hudson, Florida State: 96 Overall
    #4 Matt Reynolds, BYU: 96 Overall
    #5 Stefan Wisniewski, Penn State: 95 Overall


    Top Five Linebackers

    #1 Greg Jones: Michigan State: Overall 97
    #2 Bruce Carter, North Carolina: 97 Overall
    #3 Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina: 96 Overall
    #4 Mike Mohamed, California: 96 Overall
    #5 Mark Herzlich, Boston College: 95 Overall
    Top Five Defensive Backs

    #1 Patrick Peterson, LSU: 97 Overall
    #2 DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson: 97 Overall
    #3 Mark Barron, Alabama: 96 Overall
    #4 Deunta Williams, North Carolina: 95 Overall
    #5 Prince Amakamura, Nebraska: 95 Overall

    Top Five Defensive Lineman

    #1 Jerrell Powe, Ole Miss: 97 Overall
    #2 Robert Quinn, North Carolina, 96 Overall
    #3 Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson: 96 Overall
    #4 Marvin Austin, North Carolina: 96 Overall
    #5 Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh: 95 Overall
     
  12. GoGators

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    Those are a joke. I believe EA is stretching the ratings out like Madden this year, hopefully.

    Anyways, to take part in the fun:

    I don't see how AJ Green can be rated lower than Julio Jones. AJ Green was the UGA offense last season and he pretty much single handedly beat ASU in the beginning of the season. JJ had a sub par year last year.

    Andrew Luck as a 94 would be outrageous. I think he's great, but he's going to find out what it's like to not have a heisman HB behind him this season. Plus he's only a sophomore right? 94 for a sophomore is laughable.
     
  13. Papa Perry

    Papa Perry Leeroy Jenkins!!!

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    As a Bama fan I second this. Julio has a serious problem of not holding on to the ball for the easy completions.
     
  14. mcyork

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    wow Pryor will not be higher than a 91 can't be he hasn't done shit yet.
    also you guys know that Christian Ponder will be ranked 93-95 with EA's always biased FSU team!!!!
     
  15. KnightNoles

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    Alright now but he deserves this! I really think he should be # 3 or 4 top rated QB.

    Tyrod Taylor a top QB, hahaahhahahha lol


    All the other ratings look good...
    Mark Herzlich, Boston College: 95 Overall
    Coming off of chemo and cancer, there is no doubt the guy can play though

    and who the hell is Greg Jones lol..
     
  16. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    you know Pryor will be high tho...the media blows him up
     
  17. Jvigorous1

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    I agree with this 100%. Tyrod should be rated higher than Ponder. Ponder is garbage!!!
     
  18. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    All this Tyrod talk haha
     
  19. Mogriffjr

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    Tyrod is a RB playing QB ;).
     
  20. Hokie Effect

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    As opposed to Terrele Pryor?!?!

    Tyrod's passing #'s last season: 126/226 2102yds 13 td 3 int 55.8% 149.3 eff

    Pryor's passing #' last season: 166/294 2087yds 18 td 11 int 56.5% 128.4 eff

    Tyrod should be rated higher than Pryor as a QB. Oh and just for kicks Tyrod had a higher effeciency rating than Ponder, 149.3 to 147.7. Don't hate the Hokies will be holding up that crystal ball by seasons end.
     
  21. KnightNoles

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    He also played 3-4 more games than Ponder but Tyrod always seems to be the downfall of VT...

    Better hope that Boise doesn't wax that ass in Washington in their first game
     
  22. CLW

    CLW GBN Commish

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    I know UNC's defense is going to be good but Good Lord if those ratings were the case that defense would be NASTY (assuming there actually is defense in NCAA 11)
     
  23. Masler

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    I think you know
     
  24. KnightNoles

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    I know this Greg Jones

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  25. mcyork

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    Bud Foster better pull off the best coaching job of his career than cause you guys are losing 3 games with that D. Your RB's are sick but Miami and Boise will torch your weak secondary....
     

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