Potential HOF

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  1. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

    Jul 11, 2009
    Potential HOF

    Z. Mettenberger QB UGA

    Pro's 8,077 yards passing 61 TD's 3 rush TD's

    Con's 49 INT

    Verdict : Unless he throws a ton of TD's and picks up an award or two he will be on the outside looking in. No.

    Trent Richardson RB Bama

    Pro's 42 rushing TD's 2 Rec TD's 1 KOR TD

    Con's only 1922 yards rushing no 1,000 yard seasons

    Verdict: he has been instrumental in Bama's success but his rushing total may not be sexy enough. Borderline.

    Michael Ford RB LSU

    Pro's should rush for over 3,000-3,300 yards for his career and should hit 40 TD's.

    Con's No Awards, No 1,000 yard season

    Verdict : His numbers should put him close barring injury. If LSU can win a title and he snag an AA or an Award he could do it. Leaning yes.

    Kendall Kelly WR BAMA

    Pros over 2000 yards receivng and 19 TD's 22.7 yards per catch!!!!!!! 2 KOR TD's

    Con's only 93 receptions, no 1,000 yard seasons no season with over 36 receptions.

    Verdict: If he takes home the Heisman and his numbers increase he will have a nice resume. Top that with back to back BCS titles as the go to guy and it should seal the deal. Yes.

    Marlon Brown WR UGA

    Pro's 121 receptions over 2000 yards 22 TD's 2 KOR TD's

    Con's no 1000 yard seasons no awards

    Verdict: Flies under the radar but has great numbers. His team needs to win some big games and he has to shine to garner some attention. Leaning NO.

    Doug Castillo WR LSU

    Pro's should top 2000 yards has 20 TD receptions 7 KOR TD's !!!!!!!

    Con's no 1,000 yard seasons avr 43 yards a game

    Verdict: LSU needs to come up big down the stretch. Castillo needs to shine in big games. 7 Return TD's with his receiving stats is worthy. Mild Yes.
  2. Mr2Bits

    Mr2Bits 352

    Oct 16, 2009
    good list. Nice work.
  3. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

    Jul 6, 2009
    Great work, Diddy!

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