Nevada 2010 Season Thread under construction Nevada 2010 Season Outlook Column 1 Column 2 Week Team 1 BYE 2 Colorado St (jello1717) 3 @ Penn State 4 San Jose State 5 UNLV 6 @ Idaho 7 BYE 8 @ La Tech (TheEra25) 9 Boise State (HovaTheGodMC) 10 @ Hawai'i 11 New Mexico State 12 Utah State 13 @Fresno State (MaxAttack360) 14 @ Georgia 15 BYE Blue = User Game Red = Rival Game Second Team All-Americans Mose Denton - Soph - CB 2009 - 100 Tackles 82 - Overall First Team All-WAC Mike McCoy - Junior - WR 2009 - 83 Receptions, 1253 Yards 90 - Overall Mose Denton - Soph - CB 2009 - 100 Tackles 82 - Overall Second Team All-WAC Mike Ball - Senior - FB 2009 - 264 yards, 18 TDs 86 - Overall Kaelin Burnett - Junior - OLB 2009 - 83 Tackles, 16 Tackles for loss 81 - Overall Dwayne Sanders - Senior - Kick Returner 2009 - 426 Rec Yards, 460 Punt Return Yards, 778 Kick Return Yards, 1 Return TD 85 - Overall Key Newcomers John Davis - RB #15 Halfback #128 Overall From the experts: "Deceptively thicker and more muscular than what most people think. Possesses unbelievable change of direction and explosion and is durable enough to take the punishment of 20-25 carries a game. He will eventually play at heavier than 200 pounds." Shawn Triplett - FS #13 Free Saftey #220 Overall From the experts: "Is one of the biggest hitters pound-for-pound in the country, and he does have a short-term memory if he gets beat on a play. " Adam McFadden - C #10 Center #232 Overall From the experts: "He has a real quick pass set to go along with excellent hand placement and impressive lateral movement once engaged. McFadden has also improved the tenacity and nastiness needed to become an utterly intimidating pass blocker. Kasey Parks - OLB #29 Outside Linebacker #355 Overall From the experts: "It is going to be hard to keep this aggressive, athletic linebacker off the field as a freshman. He definitely has what it takes to run down on special teams and wreak havoc. Parks should become a multiple-year starter with all-conference potential." James Richards - DE #35 Defensive End #663 Overall From the experts: "It's possible that he will end up a 6-8, 280-pound strongside defensive end with enough speed to catch any quarterback from the backside. Don't be surprised if he has an impact as a true freshman."