During our offseason on Sunday Night, Cheez mentioned Stanford had 9 players at his safety positions. I believe he stated that none of the nine are good. His top two players are FS Jeremy Landrum SS Myron Ramsey are rated 91 and 90 OVR respectively. His complete depth chart is as follows FS RS Senior Jeremy Landrum OVR 91 RS Junior Matt Franklin OVR 89 RS Sophomore Joe Jackson OVR 83 Sophomore Logan Corbett OVR 79* Freshman Bryan Harris OVR 79 *Cheez and I battled for Corbett he ended up getting him because I didn't schedule a visit when I had three straight road games at the end of the season. Cheez represented to me Corbett was going to play CB. He doesn't play CB, and it appears someone promised no redshirt last season. SS RS Junior Myron Ramsey OVR 90 Junior Andrew Walker OVR 83 Freshman Kendrick Hogan OVR 74 Now, I will list the OVR Ratings for the starters with the other user teams. ASU-SS RS Junior Jamal Hollis-OVR 76, FS RS Junior-Ryan Ross OVR 77 Cal FS Sophomore Josh Britt OVR 77, SS RS Junior Marcus Patrick OVR 85 MSU FS Senior Brad Johnson OVR 89, SS Senior Shane Daniels OVR 85 NW FS RS Junior Jaron Triplett OVR 85, SS RS Senior Tim Connor OVR 85 OSU FS Senior Cedric Carter OVR 92, SS Senior Dan Hunt OVR 96 Neb. FS Senior Joseph James OVR 83, SS Senior Chris Clark OVR 89 UCLA FS Sophomore Joe Myrick OVR 78, SS Sophomore Brent Newell OVR 80 WSU FS RS Sophomore Peter Kelly OVR 72, SS RS Senior Leroy Jenkins, formerly Anderson OVR 81 This is what I take from this list. Cheez is F'NG DEMANDING. His starters rank #2 compared to other users teams. The only school with better players is OSU which is understandable. He believes that they can't cover, or do whatever he expects them to do. Most of his back ups could start at the other schools. I know Corbett would be playing and making big plays if he had came to WSU. Part of me thinks Cheez should play with Illinois, so he knows what bad/average safety play is. Those players are rated 82, and 84 respectively.