Discussion in 'The Flashback' started by hornfaninbama, Jan 17, 2014.
Playbook declaration and available Scholarships. You know the drill.
Offense: Auburn matthew34brown
2016 Utah Utes Recruiting
70 - 66 Players on Roster = 4 + 9 Seniors = 13 Available Scholarships
8 Filled = 5 Scholarships Left
Offense: Custom based off Oregon's Playbook; Formations at the bottom
Defense: Custom 43; Added the 34 Over Ed (essentially a 43 formation moves the DE's to the same side and rolls a LB to opposite DE spot), and 44 Normal
#39 recruit (#16 Ath)
San Bruno, CA
#17 Recruit (#10 Ath)
Rodney Village, DE
#26 Recruit (#3 WR)
#35 Recruit (#15 Ath)
Ath (DB, WR)
#74 Recruit (#24 Ath)
Ath (DB, WR)
#60 Recruit (#21 Ath)
#242 Recruit (#15 MLB)
Newport Hills, WA
Ath (RB, DB)
#773 Recruit (#73 Ath)
5 WR Trio
Slot F Wing
Split Y Offset
Split Y Flex
Spread 4 WR
Trio 4 WR
Trio 4 WR Strong
Trio HB Weak
Trips Open Strong
Wing Offset Weak
Wing Trips Offset
Y Trips Offset
The 2016 Ohio Bobcats
Offense - Ohio State
Defense - 4-3
25 scholarships?!? That's rough man. I had 19 and thought that was a lot.
Current Class Rank #79
1.TE David Bonner 6'6" 249 Richardson, TX #2320 (#117 TE) JUCO
2.MLB Josh Concepion 6'1" 231 Lufkin, TX # 2025 (#106 MLB) JUCO
3.DT William Kenney 6'4" 267 Pass Christian, MS #221 (#18 DT)
4.CB Kurt Carlson 5'11' 195 Dearborn, MI #519 (#29 CB)
5.CB Terrance Roberts 6'0" 197 Webster Groves, MD #157 (#10 CB)
6.C Ron Kennedy 6'6" 285 Cloverleaf, TX #2058 (#58 C) JUCO
7.T Jeremy Wade 6'3" 261 Worthington, OH #1465 (#84 T)
8.SS Michael Cowan 5'11" 206 Deer Park, TX #1317 (#52 SS)
9.C Jamaal Baker 6'1" 288 Greensburg, IN #1171 (#29 C)
10.QB Ron Johnson 6'2" 196 Struthers, OH#183 (#2 QB) ESPNU 150
11.WR Andrew Green 6'3" 220 Brooklyn Center, MN #1014 (#148 WR)
12.ATH Ray Horton 6'1" 192 North Laurel, MD #156 (#34 ATH)
Scholarships: 70-65=5+22= 27
Recruiting is gonna SUCCKKKKKK!
It's time to move on. Come out to greener pastures in the MAC
I'm aiming for a BCS conference school.
I was just in the orange bowl my man
Found my next QB
93 speed, 90 acceleration, 86 juke, 85 spin, 86 throwing power, 81 throwing accuracy. If I can't pull him in I've got number 2; 88 speed, 88 acceleration, 87 juke, 87 spin, 87 throwing power, 80 accuracy. I knew moving to the west coast would you keep you guys off my recruits!
I should be able to say hands off considering I won the heisman lol
hahaha I've still got to beat a few schools for him, but they're dropping every week. If you want to take the user heisman thread and run with it you're more than welcome to. We can do the same rewards we had before.
SunofGod5 can u post your playbook and scholarships please
As good as he looks, he's far from the best player I've had at QB. I found a recruit on 13 that looked like this
6'1" 221 pounds, 93 throwing power, 86 throwing accuracy, 94 elusiveness, 92 spin, 91 juke, 96 agility, 99 acceleration, and 98 speed. The last season in that OD he threw for 3357 yards 40 TD and 12 picks. And ran for 1616 yards and 15 TDs. He broke the single season rushing record his redshirt freshman season, and the career record his junior year, and was coming back for his senior season. One season he led the country in rushing and finished top 5 in passing, and lost the Heisman. He lost the Heisman the year he broke Barry's record. Possibly the single biggest mismatch I have ever gotten to use in NCAA. He made Michael Vick on Madden 04 look crappy.
That Missouri team I built was unreal. I had 1 WR who was 6'7 238 pounds, and another that was 6'6 220 (with 96 jump!), a 96 speed HB, a 94 speed power back with 99 break tackle. a 6'5 TE with 86 speed and 99 catching, the lowest starter on my OL were 87's at the tackle spots. A 6'5" 331 pound DT, and a 6'6" 284 pounds tackle, the one coming up behind them was a redshirting freshman at 6'7, my FS was 6'4 with 98 speed, the SS were 6'4 with 97 speed and 6'2 with 98 speed. I really miss that team...
That's not all from memory, I pulled it up on the '13 OD site.
I just realized the freaks that '13 put in the athlete spot, I pulled last season's flashback. I had an 89 overall redshirt sophomore RB with 99 speed and accleration, 99 juke, 99 elusiveness. And he wasn't even the starter.
Ohio is about to throw down on sine recruits
I don't get it
Its a sine graph.
Gay but funny
Utah Picks up 1st Commit of Jenkins Era
Greg Timmons Chooses Utes
Concord, CA- Greg Timmons chose to attend the University of Utah for his college career, and became the first commitment of the T-Dawg Jenkins Era. Timmons is the #15 athlete in the country, but figures to make the transition to CB at the next level.
Timmons is part of the new wave of CB ushered in by Richard Sherman and other oversize DB's having success in the NFL. Timmons is 6'3" 194 pounds with good cover skills (80 man, 89 zone) and very good speed (93.) He may get a look at SS, but more than likely he will end up at the CB spot.
Timmons was a highly sought after recruit with offers from: LSU, Tennessee, and Georgia in addition to the Utah offer. "I just felt the other schools were too far from home. Being close to my family is very important to me, and while it would be great to play in the SEC playing in the Pac 12 is almost as good."
Timmons commitment leaves the Ute's with 12 spaces to fill in this season's class.
Coach Brown Signs Six After An Impressive Win At Home
Coach Brown: "This is a big week for us in recruiting and we have signed some players in some key positions that could see the field as early as next season. We signed two guys who both in high school were dual threats and it will be a battle this spring for the starting QB position. We also have signed great talent for our offensive line. We are happy to have these young men join our program and I expect some to play early, I feel if you are here to play football then that's what you will do, play football."
Utah Looks Forward to Welcoming Recruits
6 Prospects visiting Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, UT- Cal vs Utah isn't "The Big Game" in terms of importance, but the matchup between the 2 resurgent Pac 12 schools will take on more signifance this year for Utah as they have 6 big time recruits coming to visit campus and see the Ute's play.
The first player to arrive was North Richland Hills, TX guard Nigel Lawerence. Lawerence is a prospect who figures to redshirt next season if he joins Utah. Utah has a very strong pipeline into Texas and Lawerence could help secure more commitments down the line. He's not a spectacular recruit, but he is a good run blocker and figures to add significant size and strength to his 6'5" 285 pound frame.
Will Stephens is a 6'3" athlete out of Euclid, OH who projects as a CB or FS at the next level. Stephens looks like he is headed out of state to play ball. In state OSU didn't offer the recruit and neither did burgeoning MAC power Ohio. If Stephens commits and he sticks at CB Utah would have a set of 6'3" CB to lock down WR.
Kenard Godfrey is another 6'3" athlete from the midwest, but he is from Bloomington, IL. And like Stephens and the already commited Greg Timmons he projects at a few different positions. He has the ball skills to play WR, or anywhere in the defensive backfield. The coaching staff has told the players they will all be able to play, But when they get to campus they will see who fits at which position, and make sure they are all in the right position to succeed and help the team.
Eric Rivera looks like he will be the lone prospect to sign with Utah this season. The 6'2" 209 pound WR from Norman, OK is the #3 WR in the country and #26 player overall. He would be, by far, the highest rated recruit to ever sign with the Ute's. He fits the mold of WR that Coach Jenkins likes; big, sure handed, and consistent.
The lone defensive line recruit in town this week is 6'6" 245 pound DE Joe Harris from Elk Plain, WA. Utah is battling Wyoming for a commitment from Harris, but has made up significant ground the past few weeks, and could be in position to sign him with a solid win. Harris would continue the recent tradition of excellent defensive line play started by Star Lotulelei and continued by his younger brother Lowell, and current NCAA sack leader Hunter Dimick.
Finally we have Courtney Wyatt, another tall and lanky athlete who could play multiple positions, but it looks like the coaches have him earmarked for the QB role going forward. Wyatt is 6'2" 199 pounds and hails from Rodney Village, DE. Early on it looked like Texas might be the team to beat, but Mack Brown backed off him and Wyatt looks to be headed to Salt Lake City.
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