I tried this last season but no one bit besides Goose. I'll try again and see if anyone wants to talk about their teams.... QB - RS Junior Lawrence Roberts (87ovr) is a stud. 90THP 94THA. If the receivers can get open, he won't miss many throws. Backup RS Junior Clayton Bobo is a better runner than thrower but expect to see him used occasionally in games as a change of pace to the offense. RB - RS Sophomore Steve Ewing (90ovr) is also a stud. 97spd 95acc 94agi 84btk and 93elu = devastating in this offense. I'm going to try not to milk him too much for fear he may get on a lot of award radars and go pro way too early. He is backed up by another stud, Trey Martinez (89ovr) 97spd, 99acc, 95agi, 98elu who will also return punts. 3rd on the depth chart is the still capable Josh Rosario (89ovr.) The Bucks are loaded in the backfield. WR - Easily the biggest weakness for the Buckeyes. Led by RS Senior Devin Smith (84ovr) and RS Senior Evan Spencer (83ovr) the group is average at best. No burners and no true #1 go-to-receivers could equal bad news in tight games. OSU will have to find someone that can step up in this group. TE - 6'6 243lb RS Senior Jeff Heuerman (84ovr) is quietly one of the best TE's in the country. 85spd 87cth, 89cit and very good blocking skills to boot. He's as complete a TE as they come and will look to be worked into the offense a lot given the apparent weak WR situation in Columbus. OL - Senior LT Tim Thompson (91ovr), Sophomore LG James Johson (83ovr), RS Junior C Max Watson (83ovr), RS Senior RG Tommy Brown (87ovr) and Senior RT Jonathan Sutton (88ovr) will start and makeup a sound offensive line for the loaded Buckeye backfield to run behind. Should be a very stable unit. DL - Senior LE Steven Gross (90ovr), RS Senior Michael Bennett (88ovr) and RS Senior Kenny Hayes (86ovr) make up the most experienced unit on the entire Buckeye squad. Good depth behind them could prove a winning combination for OSU's new 3-4 defense. MLB - Junior Leslie Key (88ovr) and RS Junior Todd Conley (83ovr) start in this unit and the "key" is the do it all, athletic Leslie Key who barring injury will lead the Buckeyes in tackles this fall. Conley is more of a gap filler while Key should really be the star of the front 7. OLB - Senior Larry Neal (87ovr) will couple with Leslie Key in passing situations due to his tremendous athleticism and in the base defense he will be flanked by RS Senior Ryan Shazier (84ovr) - both players should make a ton of plays for the Buckeye defense. CB - RS Senior Doran Grant (88ovr) and Sophomore David Coleman (84ovr) will start for this unit. Coleman bring elite athleticism to the position so expect to see him matched up on speedsters while Grant's consistent presence should be an excellent combination in the secondary. Junior Kevin Fritz (82ovr) will play the Nickel. FS - Junior Van Bell (86ovr) will be a key defensive component in the revamped OSU defense with his speed and cover skills. He plays like a corner that can tackle, he's pretty special. SS - RS Senior Jeremy Cash (81ovr) is very underrated and again has key coverage skills at the safety position that the coaching staff covets. He is backed at the always important #2 SS position by RS Sophomore Tony Watkins who figures to see ample time in the Buckeyes new defense. KR/PR - HB's Trey Martinez and Josh Rosario are excellent returners and could easily finish atop the country in return numbers. K/P - RS Junior Isiah McCarty (95ovr) can do it all - he is backed up by K Patrick Mills (89ovr) - should be one of the best units in the Big Ten.