Offense Expectations are high after ANOTHER(I think that's 4) National Championship by Coach Nacho CheeseBowl. Yes sire the third year was a charm again as once again I figured out the game and cheesed my way to a championship in the 3rd season of action. Can I do it again? This might be one of the better offenses I have had in my years in the Redshirts. There is no 99 overall Malcom Brown or Marcus Lattimore, what I think might make it pretty good is how balanced it will be and will be the first time I will actually focus on passing the ball. Gone are the days of passing it 10 times a game. At least for now. Quarterback Tanner McEvoy will be the guy to start the season. McEvoy is a 6'6 senior who lead the team in passing last season. Great things are expected of him this year, but if things start to go bad then freshman Kareem wood who has a monster arm may be called upon to start his career as a starter early. Brock Berry is the third string guy here, he may only see action in a few games this year as he will be mainly a running quarterback. Berry is also the 5th CB -_- Running Back Shon Carson will be the starter from day 1 and I don't see him being unseated from that position unless he becomes injured. Carson has 4.35 speed and amazing acceleration through the line. His only problem is his small stature makes breaking tackles a challenge. Nonetheless, he will be in the running for the Heisman and screw will whine becuase an 88 overall RB is wrecking shit. His backup Mike Davis might be better overall, but Davis' lack of speed and experience has made him the backup, although Davis may get the majority of the goal line carries. Fullback I love my fullbacks and finally found one half decent. Matthew Calhoun is a run blocking machine and also has a decent amount of speed for his 6'0" 244 frame. Calhoun could see a lot of time as the running back in shotgun formations because this. Wide Receiver Damiere "Big" Byrd is the only guy worth a damn in this group. Fortunately he has world class speed and every cornerback in the nation will struggle to keep up with him. He will be going for the Kraft Player of the Year award. There is definitely depth and a variety of skills in the 2-5 slots. Shaq Roland also has blazing speed while KJ Brent and Adam Williams are both 6'4" and will be big targets for McEvoy. The 2-5 guys are all 84 overall so it will depend on the matchup on who is getting the start. Tight End Nothing special going on here. Matt Wright will be the starter and might catch 10-15 balls this year. The big thing here is Trey Love who is a 6'8" monster, but is being redshirted this Offensive Line One half badass, the other half mehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. It should be decent enough to not be a problem, it's not like the CPU will even be allowed to be blocked most of the time anyways. Defense Ends It's kind of hard to replace an all-american like Jedeveon Clowney who racked up 16 sacks in his seniior season. It definitely isn't being done by the group on the field now Senior LaMicheal Fanning and Sophomore Mike Andrews are average players and won't make much of an impact. Tackles Jack shit here too, but at least some depth. New on the line is Ginn who is a 6'8" juco transfer and also new to the starting lineup is Gerald Dixon who sucks. Linebackers This group isn't half bad. Adam Tremblay was the #1 rated LB coming out 3 years ago and has started his first two seasons of play. Last year Tremblay racked up 43 tackles. Beside him is Mason Harris who has been the starting ROLB the past 2 seasons. Harris is the fastest guy up front and should cause havoc in backfield with the special Nachos LB juke move. The other OLB sucks. Corners Young, young, young. Two RS freshman starting. The defense is going to suck now, but damn this secondary will be tough to beat in 2 years. Safeties The entire secondary is young. Starter Frederick at FS is just a sophomore, but has a year under his belt already and had two interceptions as a freshman. The other guy is a Sr and sucks. Special Teams The 2014 Ray Guy award winner has to be replaced at punter and true freshman Gerald Hayford might win it again.