What is the heart and soul of your team?

Discussion in 'The Tradition' started by Hellisan, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. Hellisan

    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

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    I am requesting a small profile from everybody on what the heart and soul of their team is... Should be either a general position (linebackers for instance) with a profile on those... Or it could be a single player with a short profile on him. This should include some ratings etc. If you want you can go to the EA sports online dynasty, click on a player in the roster, and print screen / paste into paint or another program, or simply copy/paste the text and re-arrange it to work for you if you don't feel like typing up ratings.

    I will post mine later in the day.

    Mogriffjr
    HotRod
    smlVICTORIES53
    Twister18
    I Peench
    Gravityyyy
    mboda
    jms493
    MaxATX34
     
  2. Gravity

    Gravity Hey, I'm Batman

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    James Hodge
    QB #2 6'5 206
    94 Ovr

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    This guy has been a 3 year starter for me, and has led the team to some big wins over users. 3 Bowl wins under his belt(I think)
    Awesome QB. Finally developed into a lethal passer this year. Had his best season last year throwing over 35 TD's. Has been off to a slow start this year due to the tough schedule.

    BASE
    Speed 88 Strength 64

    Agility 86 Acceleration 81

    Jumping 82 Awareness 74

    Stamina 91 Injury 91

    PASSING
    Throw Power 91 Throw Accuracy 93

    RUSHING
    Break Tackle 79 Trucking 64

    Elusiveness 88 Stiff Arm 52

    Spin Move 76 Juke Move 81

    Carrying 57 Ball Carrier Vision 79
     
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  3. smlVICTORIES53

    smlVICTORIES53 Walk On

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    Heart and soul....this was easy
     
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  4. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

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    That is your key to recruiting!!
     
  5. Gravity

    Gravity Hey, I'm Batman

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    Better wear a rubber dude.
     
  6. MaxATX34

    MaxATX34 Texas Football

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    RB #34 (RS)Senior
    6'2 260lb Los Angeles, CA
    Reggie "The Mexican Mailman" Romero

    99 Overall
    93 Speed
    87 Agility
    97 Acceleration
    81 Strength
    82 Awareness
    99 Break Tackle
    96 Trucking
    97 Spin Move
    92 Stiff Arm
    95 Juke Move
    91 BCV

    Beast. If he gets his touches Utah is hard to beat. I didnt utilize him the way I wanted to vs. HotRod so that is something I will try to rectify if I get a rematch in the CCG. This guy is the ultimate "fall-forward" back. I can totally botch a play, get hit in the backfield, and still get a couple of yards out of it. Think you have him stopped short? You're probably wrong as he tends to break into absurd animations (or a string of animations) that carry him well beyond the sticks. He is fast too, so its not like he cant catch the corner. Deadly out of the backfield as well. Probably the single-best player I have recruited in '12. I have his clone as a (RS)Freshman right now too! I am going to decimate his carries from here on out in an effort to save him for a post-season run.
     
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  7. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

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    RS SR MLB David Archer is definitely the heart of the Wolverine defense. His idol growing up was Ole Miss MLB Brad Daugherty. He makes the plays and is a huge deterrent for opposing QBs to throw over the middle. Here are his stats:

    190 Total tackles
    33 TFL
    7 sacks
    9 INTs
    18 Deflections
    10 FF
    5 FR
    1 TD
    1 Blocked FG.
     
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  8. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    Brad Daugherty was like 1 year older than him, LOL.
     
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  9. smlVICTORIES53

    smlVICTORIES53 Walk On

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    he grew up a lot in that year
     
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  10. Twister18

    Twister18 I aint got time to bleed!

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    Yeah, he was a very aware child!
     
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  11. jms493

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    Penn State QB TJ Rowe

    He may not be the prospect or possess the talent that backup Sean Warner has but he is a leader and if he plays well then the whole team plays well. He has no excuses, he has more than enough weapons and a defense that is growing stronger each game.

    Vote for TJ ROWE!!!
     
  12. Gravity

    Gravity Hey, I'm Batman

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  13. Hellisan

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    Undoubtedly, Sophomore WR Frank Pearson is my most dominant performer on offense and always gets the highlights. However the heart and soul of my team and the driving force behind last year's title run is a pair of defensive tackles who are curerntly Juniors and have started alongside each otherf or three years.

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    DT Jonathan Robinson


    Both are prototypical 4-3 defensive tackles and are (alongside Penn State's freakishly good Junior DT) the highest rated Junior DT's in the nation.

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    They have a combination of solid speed, good acceleration, and moves / block shedding that makes them very hard to stop. Combined with two very good ends, we will typically get through the pass blocking before too long.

    Robinson is a bit more of a pass rusher, while Horn is a bit more of a run stopper. However, both are adept at either tactic. Stanford's senior DT Jermaine Butler is the current career sack leader in the NCAA at 36.5, but Robinson is right behind him at 35.5, and Horn is in 3rd place at 28.5.
    Current career stats

    Robinson: 104 Tackles, 61 Solo, 43 ATK, 54 TFL, 35.5 Sack, 4 Defl, 4 FFumb, 2FmbRec
    Horn: 111 tackles, 67 Solo, 44 ATK, 43 TFL, 28.5 Sack, 2 Defl, 3 FFumb, 0 FmbRec
     
  14. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    WR James Freeman
    6'2, 223 lbs
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    94 SPD, 99 ACC, 95 CTH, 94 RLS, 95 RTE

    41 REC, 910 YDS, 10 TD
     
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  15. jms493

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    You guise that can actually pass the ball would love this guy....

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  16. HotRod

    HotRod You ain't bout dat life!

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    That's something I felt this game always lacked. Your offensive/defensive philosophy and overall production out of the position should factor in more to recruiting.
     
  17. smlVICTORIES53

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    These three make the team.
     
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