Discussion in 'Cradle to Grave' started by controllerabuser, Sep 16, 2013.
Post in here game summaries, stats, standings or anything related to the dynasty for season 2.
Who are you excited to bring in next season? Any recruits that will start? Or who could potentially be a star in a few years?
QB Desmond Harris; out of Louisville Co 6'4 228 laser rocket arm 79 ovr
LT Patrick Evans 6'6 306 out of Devils care ND 86 rb 80 pb. starter
this class is underrated by the AP 43 ovr but Coach third has had some of the best recruiting classes to date
#1 SS Terry Koch 6-5 195 from Covington, VA
Koch may start next season but that depends on Micah Eugene's decision to go pro or not. A huge need that the Tigers filled by getting Koch at SS as we had no one in line to replace Micah at SS. Boy, what a replacement! At 6'5, Terry provides a huge problem for defenses. His coverage skills need a bit of work but in time, he could cover anyone on the field with his frame. His tackling skills(90) are the best in state and could be in the nation. With the ability to get away from blockers(81) he presents problems for any offense. Terry will be a star for sure come his Freshman year whether it be as a true freshman or redshirt.
#7 CB Mark Harley 5-11 183 from Hoover, AL
Harley is fast(94) and can pack a punch when he hits you(80). His coverage skills are among the best in Alabama and the nation at 83 MCV, 80 ZCV and 81 PRESS. Harley won't start for a couple years because of the depth and youth at cornerback but he will be a star in years to come.
#6 ATH Jacob Bennett 5-11 221 from Kekouk, IA
H22APWRD94 would not have let this gem get away from Iowa. What a beast I found and got to commit to LSU! 93 Speed with 73 break tackle, 76 trucking and 87 elusiveness. If Jeremy Hill leaves, Bennett could find himself in a starting role. Or he could redshirt and share reps with another incoming athlete who looks to be good.
#22 ATH Joseph Mackey 6'2 218 from Newport Beach, CA
Mackey played HB in high schoool but also played both ways and started as CB. However, he will only play 1 way in college and LSU is recruiting him to play half back. With 91 speed and a good size to him, he looks to be able to endure the pounding it takes to play in the SEC. 74 break tackle and 80 trucking will allow him to share with Bennett and give LSU another 1-2 punch it needed as Hill will leave soon.
#75 WR Isiah Fenton 5-11 191 from West University, TX
Fenton is a raw product that could either be a gem or bust. His pros are 95 speed, 89 route running, 79 CIT and release. His cons, only 58 catching. Hopefully a redshirt and a year or two on the bench will have him ready. He could be a big deep threat the LSU offense has been missing but not if he can't catch the ball.
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