Nik's 2015 All-H4Y Team

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  1. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

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    Back for a 3rd installment boys!

    If this was day 1 of the season and I had to start a team from scratch for just a single season these were the guys I'd want on my team. I'm not including transfers as several of those would have made it but they aren't eligible.

    2015 All C-USA Offense


    Quarter Back


    [​IMG]Adrian Sapp 6'2 202 Senior(RS)
    88 OVR 76 SPD 80 ACC 82 AWR 86 THP 88 THA
    Definitely a case of the haves and the have not's as several teams are loaded at QB and several teams have nothing. Sapp is the best of the bunch though edging out Idaho's Brent Terry. He's got enough escapebility to keep you honest but will be more than happy to beat you with his arm.


    Half Back

    [​IMG]Rashad Carrington 6'0 204 Senior(RS)
    86 OVR 94 SPD 88 ACC 84 AGI 86 BTK 80 CAR 81 TRK 79 ELU
    Carrington gets the nod despite being rated 7 OVR points lower than UAB RB Dan Andrews. Carrington has a 5 point SPD advantage and a 6 point ACC advantage while giving up a mere 3 agility points. While Carrington doesn't quite posses elite secondary #'s his skill set is more ideal for my team.


    Full Back


    [​IMG]Charles Singletary 6'0 242 Sophomore(RS)
    85 OVR 71 SPD 96 ACC 78 AGI 84 BTK 90 CAR 82 STR 86 TRK 78 IBL 82 RBF
    I almost didn't even look for a FB this year after not including anybody the last 2 years but the LSU transfer Singletary makes the list. He's everything a FB should be with great ACC, CAR, STR, TRK and even decent hands. He's able to blow up the hole or get a short yardage first down and definitely has a place on this team.


    Wide Receiver


    [​IMG]Lucas Wilkerson 6'1 190 Senior(RS)
    83 OVR 94 SPD 79 ACC 87 AGI 79 CTH 89 RTE 68 CIT 61 SPC 81 JMP 87 RLS
    Wilkerson has played 2nd fiddle to Cory May for most of his career but on this team he's the #1 target. He's got enough speed to be a deep threat but with 87 AGI 89 RTE and 87 RLS is an ideal guy to work the intermediate as he gets great separation in a short amount of time.​

    [​IMG]Cory May 6'6 200 Senior(RS)
    79 OVR 93 SPD 86 ACC 85 AGI 76 CTH 67 RTE 71 CIT 79 SPC 82 JMP 86 RLS
    Cory May is a playmaker. He doesn't have one eye popping SPD/ACC/AGI # but all 3 make him a deadly weapon and with his height, jumping ability and release he's the premiere deep threat in the conference.​


    Tight End

    [​IMG]Gerald Johnson 6'4 263 Junior
    82 OVR 88 SPD 76 ACC 76 CTH 71 CIT 74 RTE 76 PBL 74 RBL 79 STR
    Year 3 for Johnson as he becomes a All-H4Y team staple. I don't even think much needs to be said about him as he run like a WR and blocks like a Tackle.


    Tackle


    [​IMG]Vince Palmer 6'7 288 Senior
    89 OVR 86 AWR 96 PBL 88 RBL 85 IBL 83 STR 94 RBF 84 RBS 88 PBS
    Palmer switches from RT on my team to LT as I need him to protect the QB's blindside. It's interesting that JQwon has him on the right side but to each his own. A little light on strength for an 89 OVR but an elite tackle.

    [​IMG]Brandon Powers 6'5 314 Junior(RS)
    75 OVR 81 ACC 80 AWR 84 STR
    The weak link to this offensive line Power's is nothing to write home about. His biggest attribute is his strength which will help him control the running game on the right side. Hopefully some tackles emerge for next years team.​


    Guard


    [​IMG]Kevin Bonner 6'3 320 Sophomore(RS)
    88 OVR 77 SPD 89 ACC 85 AWR 86 PBL 86 RBL 86 IBL 88 STR 91 RBS 85 PBS
    Bonner teams up with Palmer to form the left side of the line to form a impressive duo. He's a massive body and extremely well rounded. I wouldn't want to be that #2 DT lined up across from him.​


    [​IMG]Devon Dunbar 6'5 327 Senior(RS)
    84 OVR 75 SPD 93 ACC 85 AWR 81 PBL 84 RBL 83 IBL 92 STR 90 RBF
    Dunbar goes to the right side as he's the strongest linemen on the team and is an absolute mauler. The only trouble I could see him having is against a quick DT as he's not a great pass blocker but I could make due as he might be strong enough to never let them get off his block.​


    Center

    [​IMG]Jamil Daniels 6'2 307 Junior(RS)
    97 OVR 96 ACC 93 PBL 91 RBL 88 IBL 90 STR 93 RBF 89 RBS 91 PBF 88 PBS
    He's the best player in the conference and is a terror along the line. He could probably play any position on the line though he would be undersized at T. Definitely a guy that you would key off of on dives as he's got the ACC to get to the 2nd level.​

    2015 All C-USA Defense
    Defensive End
    [​IMG]Adam Carter 6'0 233 Junior
    85 OVR 83 SPD 90 ACC 88 AGI 75 STR 82 TAK 90 PMV 90 FMV 85 BSH 85 PUR 84 POW
    Carter makes his 2nd appearance on the after taking home the Lombardi awards in 2014. Carter's only real weakness is he isn't great holding up at the point of attack but that's mitigated due to him playing on the weak side. He's by far the best pass rusher in the conference and a terror off the edge. He's borderline unstoppable.

    [​IMG]Beau Brown 6'7 209
    81 OVR 79 SPD 93 ACC 77 STR 80 BSH 81 PUR
    Brown makes his one and only appearance on the team. He's really not a great complement to Carter but he'd like up on the strongside despite being built like a NBA small forward. His biggest asset is his ability to close. The DE's are undersized but would be a definite nightmare against the pass.​
    Defensive Tackle
    [​IMG]John Goowdin 6'1 310 Sophomore(RS)
    81 OVR 75 ACC 80 STR 80 TAK 85 PMV 85 FMV 85 PUR
    Goodwin is the best defensive tackle in the league which isn't saying a whole lot. He should develop over the next 3 years into a dominate offensive linemen as his pass rushing repertoire is already above average and his strength and acceleration increase.​
    [​IMG]John Warren 6'4 268 Senior
    78 OVR 69 SPD 72 ACC 63 AGI 79 STR 78 PMV 85 FMV 81 BSH 85 PUR 79 POW
    Warren again makes the team based more on things like career achievements and his Lombardi awards than sheer talent. He's got 30+ career sacks and has been a great representative for the conference.​
    Middle Linebacker
    [​IMG]Jacob Skinner 6'2 246 Senior
    86 OVR 80 SPD 98 ACC 88 TAK 82 PRC 80 BSH 79 ZCV 81 MCV 80 POW 89 STR
    Skinner makes another appearance on the team and pretty much the same excact thing can be said about him. Skinner plays weakside LB on the Cajuns but I'm moving him inside to MLB. His acceleration would allow him to get to any spot between the tackles which is what I need in the 4-3. His range is limited but he's got such ability to take on blocks from O-Linemen that I'm not worried about him making a lot of tackles on the edge.​
    Outside Linebacker
    [​IMG]Greg Bowser 6'2 236 Senior(RS)
    82 OVR 92 SPD 93 AGI 79 TAK 80 PRC 80 BSH 81 POW 84 PMV 80 STR
    Bowser plays in the middle for Crumb but moves to the strong side for me. He is more of an athlete than a LB but he's got legitimate ability and with the talent around him a few mistakes more than make up for the plays he can get to. He's a 3 down player as well and can cover a slot WR if need be.​

    [​IMG]Terrence Johnson 6'0 201 Sophomore
    78 OVR 83 SPD 88 ACC 81 PRC 84 BSH 87 POW 84 PMV 85 FMV
    Johnson is undersized and would play on the weakside in this defense. He's got the speed and acceleration to come across and make plays from the backside and is also an excellent blitzer. Will develop over time into an elite LB.​


    Corner Back

    [​IMG]John Cohen 6'0 182 Senior
    76 OVR 90 SPD 90 ACC 78 AGI 84 MCV 83 ZCV 81 PRS 81 PRC 82 PRS 80 JMP
    Cohen makes it for the 3rd season in a row as MTSU lone representative. I'd love to write a glowing review about him but CB is one of the weakest positions in the conference which is part of why you see some of the offensive #'s you do. Cohen doesn't have decent athleticism but not when compared to top WR's.​


    [​IMG]Alex Allen 6'4 209 Sophomore(RS)
    73 OVR 92 SPD 87 ACC 88 AGI 83 AWR 85 MCV 73 ZCV 79 PRS 89 JMP
    Allen being on this team speaks as much to the weakness at the position than his talent. Several CB's were considered for this last spot but his raw ability gave him the bump. He's got great size and leaping ability to go along with great straight line and recovery speed. Now if only he could learn to play the position.​

    Free Safety
    [​IMG]Malcom Cochran 6'3 209 Sophomore
    82 OVR 94 SPD 86 ACC 76 AGI 87 TAK 82 MCV 82 ZCV 80 POW 82 PUR 84 PRS 80 BSH
    Cochran is the highest rated recruit to ever join the C-USA as he comes in as an 82 OVR in his first year on campus. He's a bit raw in his skill set but is a great athlete who over the next 3 years should develop into one of the C-USA's top playmakers.​

    Strong Safety

    [​IMG]Patrick Sherman 5'11 203 Junior(RS)
    91 OVR 93 SPD 93 ACC 84 AGI 91 TAK 87 MCV 87 ZCV 83 PRC 84 POW 87 PUR 91 PRS 96 JMP
    Sherman moves back to his natural position of SS after spending the previous season at FS. He's extremely versatile as he could be a #1 CB on the team as well as come up and support the run. He's probably the best defensive player in the conference.​
     
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  2. nikpin

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    I will post the defense this week as well.
     
  3. xtreme snoopy

    xtreme snoopy H4Y - Ragin' Cajuns

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    excellent work as usual
     
  4. hammerhead1010

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    Damn Nik you have a hell of a pair of receivers.
     
  5. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

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    Griffin>May

    Comparable receivers but Griffin has 86 catch (10 more than May) while being a year younger.
     
  6. TheCrumbIsHere

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    It'll be nice having Daniels for the rest of this year and next year. He's definitely been a nice addition to the fold thanks to the transfer wire. I'll admit I have too much fun watching him reach the second level. That's one thing that I have been able to really improve from the start at this dynasty with EMU is on the OL as that's honestly where I've had my most success recruiting outside of the addition here.
     
  7. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

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    Age doesn't matter. Griffin couldn't outrun May's parapelegic brother.
     
  8. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

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    May'd play safety for me. I cringe seeing your bullshit receivers up there. I'm gonna start calling you Al Davis.
     
  9. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

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    Speed kills baby!
     
  10. JQwon13

    JQwon13 Walk On

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    How bout you put the defense on here dickface...
     
  11. nikpin

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    I'm going to do it sometime today. Douchecock.
     
  12. nikpin

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    The defense is up!
     
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  13. hammerhead1010

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    Good work Nik.
     
  14. DirtycashDylan

    DirtycashDylan I came here to scheme and chew bubblegum...

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    @nikpin

    I have to call blatant, homer shenanigans on you putting your 2 WRs in there but not Jason Merritt from Army. This dude is 6'6 with 98 speed!!! Jesus H. Best WR in the conference.
     
  15. nikpin

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    I let JQwon have a say at WR as well and he went with my two guys with the names redacted. Jason Merritt was basically a one trick pony.
     
  16. JQwon13

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    Yeah, he gave me a bunch of WRs to choose from without names or what teams they played for. The two I picked just happened to be his.
     
  17. hammerhead1010

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    Someones done their scouting report for this weeks game [​IMG]
     
  18. xtreme snoopy

    xtreme snoopy H4Y - Ragin' Cajuns

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    who were the other receivers?
     
  19. nikpin

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    I think Steamer had someone on there as well as Jason Merritt.
     
  20. nikpin

    nikpin Universitas Brunensis

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    Here is what I sent JQwon

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  21. JQwon13

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    Yeah it was tough choosing between them, but i looked at it wanting to take one of the 6'1 guys and one of the 6'6 guys. If you look at the 3rd guy, Cory May, he's not a one trick pony like the other guy. Plus he's 6'6 with 82 jump compared to 53. That one was easy for me...I thought he was the best of the 4. It was tougher deciding between the other 2.
     
  22. Steamer43

    Steamer43 Cleveland Steamer

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    Ya that first one looks like my WR Kenny Hall.
     
  23. nikpin

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    I'm really disappointed I can't upload that 51 yard bomb I threw into double coverage at the end of the half where Cory May just out nigged both of your corners for the home run. It's on the dynasty wire for your viewing pleasure though.
     

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