Season 4 Recruiting Analysis

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    [​IMG] Alabama Crimson Tide
    Caliber Name Position Height Weight
    :3stars: Tyler Kramer K 6'6" 227lbs
    :4stars: Willie Taylor SS 6'3" 201lbs
    :4stars: James Sanders OLB 6'1" 229lbs
    :4stars: Brian Gallagher WR 6'0" 164lbs
    :4stars: Michael Cox FS 6'0" 188lbs
    :4stars: Mark Powell MLB 6'1" 223lbs
    :4stars: Roger Martin G 6'1" 280lbs






    [​IMG] Clemson Tigers
    Caliber POS Rank Name HT WT Hometown Comments
    :5stars: HB #1 Marcus Smith** 6'2" 205 Searcy, AR Ranked #1 in the class. He has solid ratings all around and will look to be the starter from Day 1.
    :5stars: HB #4 Mark Allen** 6'0" 199 Palm Coast, FL Another top HB. Not quite as good as Smith, but will provide solid depth.
    :4stars: DE #6 Steve Martinez** 6'4" 237 Fort Wayne, IN Solid DE prospect. Good strength and pass rushing moves, could use a bit more speed.
    :4stars: QB #6 Tyrone Berg** 6'2" 190 Spokane, WA Best QB prospect at Clemson since Heisman winner Kyle Parker. Has B+ arm strength, B accuracy.
    :4stars: ATH #13 Shawn Bryant** 6'0" 214 Port St. Lucie, FL ESPNU Top 150 athlete. Will probably end up at WR or DB.
    :4stars: ATH #15 Marcus Bishop** 6'6" 222 Fort Benning South, GA Another Top 150 athlete. His size and athleticism may be used at the TE in the future.
    :4stars: OLB #5 Chris Williams** 6'1" 220 Jacksonville, FL Solid LB skills. May move to the inside.
    :4stars: HB #12 Kyle Gooden 6'0" 190 Newport, KY The fastest of the 3 HBs. May redshirt next season.
    :4stars: DT #24 Corey Smith 6'5" 267 LaGrange, GA Corey was the first commit for the Tigers. He will provide some depth at DT.
    :3stars: CB #14 Jermey Scott 6'0" 178 Punta Gorda, FL A decent CB with good speed. May need some coaching/progression before hitting the field.
    :3stars: P #1 Chris Jackson 6'2" 217 Davidson, NC Hopefully Chris has a decent leg. Most likely will handle at least punting duties next year.
    :3stars: MLB #57 Chris Norton 6'1" 206 Adamsville, AL A JUCO guy who has decent skills, but is a bit undersized.
    :1stars: FB #63 Justin Patterson 6'2" 252 N Myrtle Beach, SC A JUCO, listed as a blocker and that's all the Tigers will need him to do.







    [​IMG] Florida Gators
    Caliber Name Pos Ht Wt State[/FONT]
    :4stars: Ryan Martin JUCO SO CB 6'1" 178 KY[/FONT]
    :5stars: James Pearson QB 6'3" 212 FL[/FONT]
    :5stars: Pat Louis CB 6' 194 IL[/FONT]
    :3stars: Jesse Samuel JUCO JR DT 6'3" 282 FL[/FONT]
    :5stars: Cole Williams HB 5'7" 183 FL[/FONT]
    :5stars: James Washington WR 6' 165 UT[/FONT]
    :4stars: Marcus Meade JUCO SO TE 6'6" 244 TX[/FONT]
    :5stars: Dion Wood G 6'6" 291 GA[/FONT]
    :3stars: Bobby Sanders FB 6'1" 253 NE[/FONT]
    :5stars: Nick Woodward C 6'2" 297 TX[/FONT]
    :5stars: Joel Archer TE 6’6” 209 *
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    [​IMG] Florida State Seminoles
    Shit Brick #2









    [​IMG] Georgia Bulldogs
    Caliber Name Pos Hometown Height Weight Comments
    :3stars: Ross Anderson ATH Lenoir, NC 6'4" 208 LBS pushing him towards FB
    :4stars: Luke Ashley DE Newport News, VA 6'3" 219 LBS Balanced
    :4stars: Alex Jones DT Coral Gables, FL 6'3" 266 LBS Balanced[/I]
    :5stars: Patrick Porter ATH Buford, GA 6'0" 188 LBS B+ in Speed, Acceleration and Tackling - possible future starting CB[/I]
    :4stars: Deshawn Sims MLB Sacramento, CA 6'0" 230 LBS CPU recuited 2 - perhaps leaning towards 3-4 defense[/I]
    :4stars: Jason Williams MLB Scott, LA 5'10" 238 LBS CPU recuited 2 - perhaps leaning towards 3-4 defense[/I]
    :3stars: Antwan Herring TE Brevard, NC 6'5" 210 LBS why did the CPU go for 2 average TEs ?[/I]
    :3stars: Anthony Dahl TE South Augusta, GA 6'2" 226 LBS why did the CPU go for 2 average TEs ?[/I]
    :3stars: Ricky Smith C Vinings, GA 6'2" 272 LBS no comment[/I]
    :3stars: Timothy Walton HB Anderson, SC 5'10" 194 LBS B+ in Speed[/I]
    :3stars: Brandon Wilson G Naples, FL 6'3" 275 LBS no comment[/I]
    :3stars: Charles Hubbard K Lake Magdalene, FL 5'11" 216 LBS no comment
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    [​IMG] Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
    Caliber Name Pos HT WT Hometown Comments
    :4stars: Austin Robinson T 6'5 205 Greenville, TN Robinson is designated as a pass blocking guard, he has good footwork
    :4stars: Jason Scott FS 6'1 198 Burlington, NC Scott is an ESPN U Top 150 player, #1 rated free safety, he has excellent speed and good acceleration
    :4stars: Justin George FS 6'1 194 Gainsville, GA George is an ESPN U Top 150 player, excellent speed and good tackler
    :4stars: Ben Mitchell DE 6'1 225 King Mountain, NC Mitchell is an ESPN U Top 150 player, rated very good at block shedding
    :4stars: William King FS 6'1 196 Warner Robbins, GA King is an ESPN U Top 150 player, good speed, is a good all around player
    :4stars: Kenny Bush FS 6'3 198 Princeton, KY Bush is an ESPN U Top 150 player, good speed and acceleration
    :4stars: Anthony Wood DT 6'3 277 Brunswick, GA Wood is an ESPN Top 150 player,will need to work on block shedding and tackling
    :4stars: Mike Green FS 6'2 216 Thomasville, NC Green has good speed and acceleration, will need to work pursuit and play recognition to get on the field
    :3stars: Marty Washington OLB 6'2 211 Talleyville, DE most likely will be redshirted this year







    [​IMG] Louisiana State Tigers
    Caliber Pos Name Height Weight Comments
    :5stars: MLB Jason Jones 6'0 238 lbs B+ Speed and tackling. Should be a force in the middle for years
    :5stars: G George Upshaw 5'11" 292lbs Excellent footwork, and more importantly impact blocking. Will probably be redshirted..
    :5stars: DT Marcus Bishop 6'7" 266 lbs A huge kid, will be batting down passes over the middle for years.
    :5stars: SS Eric Howard 6'0 175lbs A little smaller than I like my safeties. Excellent Zone coverage and play recognition.
    :5stars: MLB Devon James 6'0" 237lbs Excellent tackler, His signing makes us lean towards a 3-4 defense.
    :5stars: TE Michael Wynn 6'3" 250lbs All around one of the best TE in the country. Speed, blocking, and catching. He does it all. 1st round NFL pick
    :4stars: G Clint Moore 6'4" 301lbs Another Guard to add some depth to our O-line. Much better pulling than Upshaw.
    :4stars: DE Corey Eaton 6'2" 246lbs Very fast (B+), should be able to hit the edge quickly. May start as a Freshman
    :4stars: FS Matt Wilson 6'2" 212 lbs A+ Speed, A Acceleration, A-Hit power. Look the fuck out going over the middle.







    [​IMG] Miami Hurricanes
    Caliber Pos(Rank) Name State Height Weight
    :5stars: TE(2) Kevin Perry FL 6'7 267 lbs
    :4stars: MLB(3) Antonio Hunter FL 6'0 199 lbs
    :4stars: G(4) Justin Griffith FL 6'2 302 lbs
    :4stars: FS(1) David Turner CA 6'3 185 lbs
    :4stars: DE(4) Jorge Boyd TX 6'4 239 lbs
    :4stars: WR(4) Michael Gibbons LA 6'2 183 lbs
    :4stars: WR(6) Tyrone Lawrence FL 6'4 202 lbs
    :4stars: OLB(2) Tyler Levine TX 6'1 186 lbs
    :3stars: MLB(18) Matthew Walton FL 6'4 231 lbs
    :3stars: DE(37) T.J. Rucker AL 6'4 236 lbs
    :3stars: ATH(42) Jonathan London FL 6'4 177 lbs
    :3stars: DE (101) Brandon O'Neill FL 6'7 213 lbs






    [​IMG] Michigan Wolverines
    Caliber Name Pos Rank HT WT State
    :5stars: Keith Hall T 16 6'8 310 TX
    :4stars: Kevin Johnson SS 43 6'0 192 VA
    :4stars: Zach Fritz G 57 6'0 303 MI
    :4stars: Brian Kendrick OLB 98 6'4 249 WV
    :4stars: Jason Adams SS 101 6'1 207 WI
    :4stars: Mike Harrison CB 241 6'2 234 TX
    :3stars: Matt Bryant TE 296 6'5 224 VA
    :4stars: Sean Smith K 347 6'0 180 MI
    :4stars: Jeff Whitlock CB 596 5'10 161 NJ
    :4stars: Anthony Callahan FS 618 6'1 214 GA






    [​IMG] Michigan State Spartans
    Caliber Name Pos(Rank) Height Weight Hometown
    :4stars: Cedric Olsen G(12) 6'5 321 Lansing, MI
    :4stars: Fred Merritt OLB(8) 6'5 233 North Laurel, MD
    :4stars: Jason Cook HB(8) 5'10 195 Oxford, OH
    :4stars: Davon Fry G(10) 6'5 284 Dearborn Heights, MI
    :4stars: Ryan Love T(8) 6'7 315 Ypsilanti, MI
    :4stars: Robert Avery DT(19) 6'2 294 Greenville, MI
    :4stars: Randall Bonds MLB(10) 6'0 226 North Madison, OH
    :4stars: Wade Grimes SS(2) 6'2 188 Morgantown, NC
    :4stars: Corey Moore HB(18) 5'10 196 Red Chute, LA
    :3stars: Anthony Barry HB(58) 6'2 219 San Gabriel, CA
    :3stars: Charles Crum CB(33) 5'11 186 Villa Platte, LA
    :2stars: Jeff Davis OLB() 6'2 215 Bakersfield, CA








    [​IMG] Ohio State Buckeyes
    Caliber Name Position Height Weight Hometown
    :5stars: Matt Peterson G 6'3" 268 Amite City, LA
    :5stars: Jacob Stewart C 6'1" 274 Boca Del Mar, FL
    :4stars: Anthony McIntyre TE 6'4" 244 Willowick, OH
    :4stars: Eric Holloway G 6'3" 294 Kankakee, IL
    :4stars: Brandon Baldwin MLB 6'0" 238 Struthers, OH
    :4stars: Donny Lewis DT 6'3" 324 Lancaster, PA
    :4stars: Zac Horne DT 6'1" 292 Bristol, PA
    :3stars: Mike Thompson T 6'3" 282 Port Orange, FL
    :3stars: Alex Evans OLB 6'0" 220 Williamsport, OH
    :3stars: Kevin Foster G 6'4" 324 Carbondale, PA








    [​IMG] Penn State Nittany Lions
    Name Position Stars Height Weight Hometown Comments
    Lawrence Moore FB :2stars: 5'11 229lbs Finneytown, Ohio A Good blocking FB who is surprisingly quick with decent hands
    Terry Davis DE :3stars: 6' 244lbs Guntersville, Alabama A quick DE with only average skills across the board.
    Rufus Garrett WR :4stars: 6'3" 196lbs Derry, New Hampshire A prototypical Penn St receiver with good hands and good size. Perfect fit for Big-10 football.
    Lonnie Booker C :4stars: 6'4" 300lbs Winnfield, Louisiana Big physical Center that can do it all, good run and pass blocker. Great get for PSU.
    Brad Mills RB :4stars: 5'11" 198lbs Thibodeaux, Louisiana Another kid from the Bayou. Physical runner perfectly suited for this offense.
    Eric Rhodes RB :4stars: 6' 208lbs Belleville, New Jersey Yet another big powerful runner suited for the wintery conditions of the Big-10.
    Josh Alfred TE :4stars: 6'3" 257lbs Trenton, New Jersey Has all the tools to be a star in Happy Valley. Kid can block and get out and catch passes, thrilled with this signing.
    Broderick Coles SS :4stars: 6'5 208lbs West Milford, NJ Another kid from the Jersey pipeline. SS was a massive need so this kid may get playing time sooner rather than later.
    Johnathon Ward FS :4stars: 6'1" 205lbs Belleville, New Jersey Another Belleville kid.. Any signee that is in the secondary will be a welcomed additon. Don’t expect this kid to red-shirt. Lacks man coverage skills that the new coaches crave though.
    Andy Wesley QB :4stars: 5'11" 199lbs Lanham-Seabrook, Maryland A true drop back QB.. Will be red-shirted next season and probably won't see the field for around 3 years.
    Eric Thornton OT :5stars: 6'6" 300lbs Southwood Acres, Connecticut The crown jewel of the class. Will be red-shirted next season but expect this kid to be a four year starter in Happy Valley.
    Calvin Watson ATH :5stars: 6'4" 216lbs Carlisle, Pennsylvania We would love to line this kid up at CB but his man skills dictate he would be better suited for a SS or FS. We'll let spring practice decide where this kid end's up.
    Aaron Riggs ATH :4stars: 5'11" 166lbs New London, Connecticut Riggs has the look of a WR.. How good of one is to be seen. There isn't anything about this kid that jumps out at you.. Except his size, he's really skinny.




    Top Impact Recruits
    Team Recruit Caliber Pos Impact
    Alabama Roger Martin :4stars: G Coach Masler only has 3 guards on the team, all of which are in the 70s overall. This isn't that exciting of a pick here, but he looks desperate at this position.
    Clemson Marcus Smith :5stars: HB McDowell is leaving after this year and there isn't a clear option behind him to replace him. Smith is the #1 recruit and there is no question the team will look to him to fill McDowell's shoes from game 1.
    Florida Dion Wood :5stars: G Again not a flashy pick here. Florida's roster is unbelievably stacked at every position, except guard. RG will be left with a 70 overall freshman after this season.
    Georgia Patrick Porter :5stars: ATH Georgia is going to be extremely thin at CB after this season, but Porter looks to be a solid replacement in his first year if he can learn the position quickly.
    Georgia Tech Anthony Wood :4stars: DT With only 2 DTs on the roster, and one graduating, Tech will desperately need Woods skills at the start of the season. Wood is a serious pass rushing threat, even as a freshman.
    LSU George Upshaw :5stars: G Another guard. Seems like everyone has issues here. LSU only has 3 guards on the roster and 1 is leaving. Upshaw may need to start from day 1.
    Miami Kevin Perry :5stars: TE Miami has two TEs in the 70s, neither is a great pass catcher or blocker. Perry is both, and will most likely take the reigns as he looks to follow in the footsteps of other great Miami TEs.
    Michigan Brian Kendrick :4stars: OLB Michigan loses long time starter Thomas Gordan at ROLB and Kendrick looks like the immediate replacement. Kendrick might be the best athlete on the defense with his B speed B- strength B- agility A- jumping.
    Michigan State Wade Grimes :4stars: SS Longtime starter Jairus Jones leaves after this year, and with no clear replacement MSU may turn to Grimes, who looks to be one of MSU's best recruits in history. He's a great cover safety.
    Ohio State Matt Peterson :5stars: G Once again, Shaun will only have 2 guards on the roster after this season, and no starter at LG. Peterson is yet another massive run blocker for OSU.
    Penn State Jonathon Ward :4stars: FS PSU will only have 2 FS that are rated in the 60s after this season. Ward will have to learn quickly, especially in the man coverage department. Still, there is no question he starts in week 1.
     
  2. JCspartan2

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    For some reason I can't get the UofM and GTech tables to work even though there isn't anything different. I'll continue working on it today....

    Apparently even Comp Code doesn't like the Wolverines
     
  3. Shaun Mason

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    I tried to fix UM, but fucked it up worse.
     
  4. JCspartan2

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    Maybe because we are editing it at the same time? Do you see something wrong with that table? To me nothing looks different than the others.
     
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    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Alright, I'll just redo the whole table myself later today. Same with G-tech.
     
  7. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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    Everytime you make a post with formatting about Michigan it never works lmao Same thing happened in my freshman focus write up
     
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    There is a "|" before Caliber at the very beginning of Michigan's. So you have a blank column at the beginning, and in the 2nd row you don't have enough columns (to match the incorrect first row) so its all messed up.

    EDIT: I just looked it all, and there seems to be a "|" before almost every team, so maybe it wasn't that, although it's causing the columns to not align properly. There is a "|" at the end of each of his lines that may not need to be there.
     
  9. JCspartan2

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    Ya I noticed a couple of those, I'm messing with it now (redoing it myself) so I don't have those mistakes, but I'm still getting it split into two tables.

    And now I can't see ANY issues with it, but it's still not formatting properly.
     
  10. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    All I have to say is your guys' new fangled tables suck donkey dick! Also, your new forums screw up my emacs firefox plugin. Hitting CTRL-b moves the cursor back like it supposed to, but now it also activates "bold", which the old forums (and all other forums that I use) don't do.
     
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    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Do you use emacs on Windows or a Linux distro?
     
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    Heyo, fixed the uofm table. weird.
     
  13. JCspartan2

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    Alright sweet, got all the tables working. Still waiting on Masler, Dakota, and Shaun for their classes. When you guys post them I would appreciate it if you would have them formatted in tables already so I don't have to do it like I did with the majority of the above classes.

    @MaslerBoros16
    @dakota7
     
  14. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    I only surf the net on my windows box.
     
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    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Your 1 of about 3 people who use emacs on Windows then.:)
     
  16. JCspartan2

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    Tonight I will add some more to this post.
     
  17. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    I use it all the time on my linux box so why wouldn't I want to try to make my windoze box more efficient?

    Are you saying that your site isn't optimized for everyone?
     
  18. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    Shaun and I are already adding a lot to this post.

    Next we'll debate which is better, vim or xemacs (but of course everyone knows that the answer is xemacs).
     
  19. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Of course I care about 0.0001% of the population that uses that combination!!

    Now the IE users, screw them.
     
  20. jello1717

    jello1717 "Those who stay will be champions." -- Bo

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    0.0001%?!?!

    Are you claiming that there are 10,000 TF site users. My how this site has grown!!!!!
     
  21. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    As a percentage of traffic, yes.
     
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    Bama

    Name Caliber Position Height Weight
    Tyler Kramer :3stars: K 6'6" 227lbs
    Willie Taylor :4stars: SS 6'3" 201lbs
    James Sanders :4stars: OLB 6'1" 229lbs
    Brian Gallagher :4stars: WR 6'0" 164lbs
    Michael Cox :4stars: FS 6'0" 188lbs
    Mark Powell :4stars: MLB 6'1" 223lbs
    Roger Martin :4stars: G 6'1" 280lbs[\table]
     
  23. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    I'll get something up tomorrow, most likely.
     
  24. AJ Hart MN

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    Damn Masler, I guess you weren't kidding when you said you were having issue's recruiting with Bama. Has it always been like that or is this year just one of those years?? I noticed alot of CPU controlled teams in the top 5 on the recruiting trails (including my Nittany Lions.. lol). Is the recruiting on heisman??
     
  25. Shaun Mason

    Shaun Mason Somebody you used to know.

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    Nope, we just all suck.
     

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