Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by onaradio34, Oct 26, 2012.
Players Leaving now up. Remember to read the rules on swaying players back. Advance Saturday 4pm.
Stupid freshman transfers. Not good enough to play but could have been good depth in the future.
I'm ready to advance.
Oregon is Done and ready to advance
Syracuse is ready
Ready to advance. It's not an issue for me, but where's the rule on swaying players.
Cannot sway any Jr that is 95 OVR or higher or that has won a major award (Heisman, Thorpe, etc). RS Soph and any class kicker/punter may be swayed at any time. All-American does not count as a major award.
A player will not be allowed to attempt to sway a player from the pro draft if he:
is > 95 OVR
is a JR that has won the Heisman
is a JR and has won a major award (Thorpe, Maxwell, Biletnikoff, etc) and is > 85 OVR
Kickers and punters can be swayed from pro draft regardless of OVR and class.
Thanks guys. Haven't had any guys declare so far in this one, but haven't had many underclassmen , if any, rated over 85 overall anyway.
Hey onaradio34, I'm guessing that we'll go right through draft results, but I'd like to know if any of my guys get picked. Don't have to stop just for me, but if you see it and can pass it along I'd appreciate it. If not, no worries.
So which SR are you guys gonna miss most? For me it's gotta be DE Davon Coleman. He won the Lombardi and Nagurski award both seasons. I pretty much controlled him every down. The record book doesn't show it for some reason, but he set the NCAA mark for sacks with 29.5 this year, and had 55.5 for his career.
Looking forward to seeing how Frosh DE Greg Armstong does next year after redshirting this year. He was probably my top-rated recruit last year and should fill Coleman's position unless there's a big improvement from someone else.
Hawkins for me he was one of my top receivers!
Yeah, I won't miss him catching those touchdown bombs over my DBs.
It shows for you at Tranfer in requests next stage.
Thanks, didn't realize that. Had 3 guys get drafted. Hopefully that'll help my rating a little for pro potential. Gotta make up ground on USC and Oregon on the recruiting ratings. Gonna be a slow process though.
I'm going to miss my top 3 running backs. All SRs all mid 80s. I tried to spread it around to all of them because they were all good. I wish Louisville would have redshirted on of them and had some class balance. Oh well.
I have a RS Jr power back that will get some PT. He's a bit on the slow side though, but I run inside a lot. Hopefully one of my incoming recruits will be good and fast. My best recruit, who is currently a soft verbal, is a 5 star athlete. He might have good enough RB skills to start from day one. He might also be one of my better receivers too.
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