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elway777
02-25-2007, 06:25 PM
I know it's early but this just for fun, so guess the top 5-10 players of next year and predict which scholl they'll be at.Im still learning about the class so mine may seem a little odd.



1.)Terrell Pryor,Ohio State
2.)A.J. Green, Georgia
3.)T.J. Bryant, Florida
4.)Darrell Scott, Michigan
5.)Will Hill, Michigan

ToldLikeItIs
02-25-2007, 07:12 PM
Pryor, Bradham, Good, Scott, AJ Green

DoWnThEfiElD
02-25-2007, 09:58 PM
The number one linebacker is going to be Arthur Brown. He should contend for top 5 honors.

elway777
02-25-2007, 10:28 PM
The number one linebacker is going to be Arthur Brown. He should contend for top 5 honors.

Yeah I just started hearing about him, like I said before I don't know much about this class.

sodar21
02-25-2007, 10:31 PM
Boubicar Cissoko (sp?)

moc182
02-25-2007, 10:40 PM
AJ Green USC
Will Hill Florida
Arthur Brown Oklahoma
Julio Jones Alabama
Nigel Bradham Florida State
Darrell Scott Michigan

P-L
02-25-2007, 10:40 PM
I'm liking that you think Michigan is getting Scott and Hill. 8)

elway777
02-25-2007, 10:51 PM
AJ Green USC

<3

Do you know something I don't?



And PL Scott is actually a michigan lean at this point according to his coach, the others schools are said to be SC(if he wants to play D) and
UCLA(Dorrell is a terrible recruiter).

That Will Hill prediction is just based on whats going on around other boards.And im not concerned with the flaming florida homers who think they already have him.

DoWnThEfiElD
02-26-2007, 09:17 AM
That would be a huge get for us if we got Scott especially if he committs early like he might.

Newbs24
02-26-2007, 10:12 AM
I would have to say my Top 10 list in no order is:
AJ Green
Terrelle Pryor
Nigel Bradham
Arthur Brown
Darrell Scott
Will Hill
TJ Bryant
Julio Jones
Mike Adams
Stephen Good

DoWnThEfiElD
02-26-2007, 03:51 PM
that is a extremely realistic top 10 i would say.

gstock05
02-26-2007, 04:22 PM
1. Terrell Pryor
2. Aj Green
3. Will Hill
4. Darrell Scott
5. Julio Jones

Thats a pretty good top 5...

leftwich7
02-26-2007, 04:27 PM
1. Terrell Pryor
2. Aj Green
3. Will Hill
4. Darrell Scott
5. Julio Jones

Thats a pretty good top 5...

Is Pryor going to go both ways or stick to football?

gstock05
02-26-2007, 04:31 PM
For the rest of the spots 5-10, I'll throw in my 5, then a top 20 of guys who will be competing for those spots 5-10.

My top 10....

1. Terrell Pryor
2. Aj Green
3. Will Hill
4. Darrell Scott
5. Julio Jones
6. Mike Brewster
7. Daquan Bowers
8. Arthur Brown
9. Dj Shoemate
10. Tj Bryant


The rest of the top 20....


11. Mike Adams
12. Boubacar Cissoko
13. J.B Shugarts
14. Darrius Barksdale
15. Vinston Painter
16. Micheal Floyd
17. Shayne Hale
18. Sam Mcguffie
19. Jonathan Baldwin
20. Devoe Torrence

gstock05
02-26-2007, 04:32 PM
Is Pryor going to go both ways or stick to football?


He wants to play both sports in college. However, thats usually just a pipe dream for most kids once they realize how much work it is to play 2 collegiate sports. Either way, he's a top 3 prospect in football, and a blue chip basketball recruit as well.

DoWnThEfiElD
02-26-2007, 04:42 PM
gstock decent list, but shugarts isn't top 20 preseason, and shoemate won't be either. Also McGuffie isn't even the best back in Texas, Calhoun is, and is the best back out of Texas since AP. Also Adalius Johnson is way better than Baldwin.

P-L
02-26-2007, 04:58 PM
McGuffie probably won't even be a 5-star from things I've heard. I've also heard that he is 3rd best back in his own state. Not sure about him being a top 20 player.

gstock05
02-26-2007, 06:15 PM
First off, shoemate was offered by USC as a sophomore. USC offering a sophomore wide receiver says enough for me. I agree, scout and rivals wont rate him as high however due to him being injured last season, but he should be up there.

Shugarts might not be top 20, but I definitely think he should be. No reason to think he can't be top 20, he's absolutely dominated, but I agree he might not deserve top 20 recognition.

Some experts may not say McGuffie is the best runningback in Texas, but he's a freak athlete, and absolutely dominated the best competition in Texas. You don't run for 3000 + yards in the top ranked Houston area division without being a special talent. Then when you watch his highlight reels and look at his measurables (4.3ish 40 yard dash, 45 inch vertical) you see a reggie bush/maurice drew type athlete. I think he's a hybrid between Reggie and Maurice. Not sure if he'll be a runningback, but he'll be a very explosive and special player, but thats just my opinion.


And FWIW, I'm not trying to predict what Rivals or Scout will make their predictions, these are my own opinions from reading stuff, and watching stuff.

JeffSamardzijaIRISH
02-26-2007, 08:28 PM
[QUOTE=moc182;164291]AJ Green USC
QUOTE]

Didn't AJ Green already commit to UGA?

1. Terell Pryor(QB)-West Virginia
2. AJ Green(WR)-UGA
3. British Footman(HB)-FSU
4. David Posluszny(LB)-ND
5. Aldarius Johnson(WR)-FSU

Michigan
02-26-2007, 09:58 PM
boubacar cissoko!

DoWnThEfiElD
02-26-2007, 10:53 PM
Him and T.J. Bryant should be battling it out for the top corner position.

moc182
02-26-2007, 10:59 PM
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Do you know something I don't?



And PL Scott is actually a michigan lean at this point according to his coach, the others schools are said to be SC(if he wants to play D) and
UCLA(Dorrell is a terrible recruiter).

That Will Hill prediction is just based on whats going on around other boards.And im not concerned with the flaming florida homers who think they already have him.


He's already wavered in his commitment, and said he's now considering SC, ND, and one or two others. Just seems like an SC guy in the end.

elway777
02-26-2007, 11:02 PM
Trust me Pete will be throwing every thing at A.J. to try to get him to S.C.(And plz no money jokes)


Moc do you have any info on T.J. Bryant? I really like this kid.

snuff
02-26-2007, 11:13 PM
Actually AJ came out and said all the rumors of his wavering are false and hes UGA all the way!

moc182
02-26-2007, 11:19 PM
Trust me Pete will be throwing every thing at A.J. to try to get him to S.C.(And plz no money jokes)


Moc do you have any info on T.J. Bryant? I really like this kid.

Yea he's a a hell of a player, ND actually just offered him like 2 days ago. Not really sure where he's leaning though, I'd guess one of the Florida schools or out there.

metafour
02-26-2007, 11:52 PM
Yea he's a a hell of a player, ND actually just offered him like 2 days ago. Not really sure where he's leaning though, I'd guess one of the Florida schools or out there.

Florida State gets pretty much every player they offer out of Lincoln if thats what you wanted to hear. Furthermore, Bryant is good friends with highly recruited 2007 Lincoln player Brandon Paul, who surprise surprise, signed with FSU. I'd put FSU as the HEAVY leader right now - historically, they never lose players from Lincoln. Being biased, Auburn has pulled 3 players from Lincoln in the past two years (none had FSU offers) and literally came inches away from pulling a huge upset on Brandon Paul this past year. Huge need at Corner with rapidly increasing Auburn presence at Lincoln puts Auburn #2 IMO, although I doubt it matters in the end. Should be noted that another one of Lincoln's top players next year, OL/DL Steven "Moose" Robinson, already has Auburn as his leader.

ToldLikeItIs
02-27-2007, 12:21 AM
Stephen Good might be the best guard prospect I've ever seen.

DoWnThEfiElD
02-27-2007, 09:27 AM
Ya i've heard some people say he might be the best linemen in the nation

elway777
02-27-2007, 11:01 PM
Is T.J. Bryant at the same level RoJo was coming out last year?

DoWnThEfiElD
02-27-2007, 11:16 PM
T.J. Bryant is more polished from what i can see, RoJo was an amzing athlete and potential is huge, but he wasn't that polished as a corner, just more of a rediculous athlete.

Michigan
02-28-2007, 07:05 PM
T.J. Bryant is more polished from what i can see, RoJo was an amzing athlete and potential is huge, but he wasn't that polished as a corner, just more of a rediculous athlete.

RoJo is a WR. Still really wish MaJo didn't steer him away from Michigan...

georgiafan
03-01-2007, 07:55 AM
Yes AJ Green is committed to UGA and the rumors about him being soft commit are untrue.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-01-2007, 09:36 AM
RoJo is a WR. Still really wish MaJo didn't steer him away from Michigan...

That goes without saying

gstock05
03-01-2007, 09:55 AM
Stephen Good might be the best guard prospect I've ever seen.


I haven't seen his highlight reels, but if he's a better gaurd prospect than Brewster, I would be shocked.

I don't know if you have a rivals or scout membership (I don't) go watch his highlight reels. The only better offensive line highlight reel I've ever seen is Andre Smith's. I've seen the one posted on sunshinepreps, but it's no longer up on that website.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-01-2007, 11:56 AM
I like Goods more than Brewsters...

ToldLikeItIs
03-01-2007, 12:03 PM
Brewster is also a Tackle, Good is a guard.

You name it, I have it haha.

Hubie Graham TE out of Pennsylvania is built like a brickhouse, I'm really confident we'll land him. It's pretty cool when you can put a talent like on him on the offer backburner, it just goes to show you how good Jake Stoneburner really is.

gstock05
03-01-2007, 12:14 PM
Well, OSU is recruiting Brewster as a gaurd. He can obviously play tackle as well.

giant73zuma
03-02-2007, 05:40 PM
As of right now, its looking like Will Hill will be going to Florida and playing saftey. Although there is a chance he will go to WVU and suceed Pat White at QB, Prep runs WV's offense. But from what I hear he really wants to play saftey in college

Michigan
03-09-2007, 04:35 PM
As of right now, its looking like Will Hill will be going to Florida and playing saftey. Although there is a chance he will go to WVU and suceed Pat White at QB, Prep runs WV's offense. But from what I hear he really wants to play saftey in college

how many 5* safeties does florida need? o.0

goblue8888
03-09-2007, 05:34 PM
i hope dscott gets a michigan offer

rainbeaukid2
03-10-2007, 01:27 PM
darrell scott is a freakin beast and is one of the best RBs i have ever seen. he tore up my hs team in the CIF semifinals for like 250 yards rushing and that was the second time we played him. the first time we had around 60 missed tackles.

also, look for Delano Howell a RB/CB from Hart High School in Southern California, i have no idea where he will go but he is a great RB and may also go to the state championships for the track team

elway777
03-10-2007, 02:50 PM
Im beggining to think Scott will end up at Texas with how hard Mack Brown is recruiting him.

Jeff82
03-11-2007, 06:52 PM
He's already wavered in his commitment, and said he's now considering SC, ND, and one or two others. Just seems like an SC guy in the end.

AJ Green is solid to Georgia. He loves Richt and will be a Dawg. In fact Georgia has already started to put together an awesome class. Cornelius Washington, Richard Samuel, DeAngelo Tyson to name a few.

BUSTKUNTLAWL
03-11-2007, 07:39 PM
Jason Ford names Wisconsin & Illinois his leaders.

Jeff82
03-11-2007, 07:42 PM
Jason Ford names Wisconsin & Illinois his leaders.

Leaders for what player?

BUSTKUNTLAWL
03-11-2007, 09:16 PM
Leaders for what player?

Does this deserve a response?

rainbeaukid2
03-11-2007, 09:47 PM
Leaders for what player?

for where he wants to go

elway777
03-11-2007, 10:17 PM
If Georgia doesn't win more than 8 games this season Green most likely will be gone.

Jeff82
03-12-2007, 12:12 AM
If Georgia doesn't win more than 8 games this season Green most likely will be gone.

Georgia will win more than 8 and Green will be a dawg.

grizmoandchodey
03-13-2007, 05:57 PM
I would have to say my Top 10 list in no order is:
AJ Green
Terrelle Pryor
Nigel Bradham
Arthur Brown
Darrell Scott
Will Hill
TJ Bryant
Julio Jones
Mike Adams
Stephen Good

so right. I mean will hill and mike adams are huge players next season

JoeMontainya
03-13-2007, 06:25 PM
Didnt Adams just commit to the Buckeye? That dude is huge.

rainbeaukid2
03-13-2007, 10:04 PM
also, out of the school that darrell scott just transfered to, there is an OT that is 6'5" 320 lbs. his last name is dotsy so he might become a big name

Microphon200
03-13-2007, 10:07 PM
Who cares about the recruits right now? Why not make a thread about the top 5-10 players in college football next season?

Nobody cares about recruiting right now except for the programs.

elway777
03-13-2007, 10:29 PM
Who cares about the recruits right now? Why not make a thread about the top 5-10 players in college football next season?

Nobody cares about recruiting right now except for the programs.


How ignorant can one be? If nobody cared why would this thread have 3 pages already? Why don't you do us the pleasure and not post in a thread, and on a topic YOU don't care about.

Newbs24
03-13-2007, 10:52 PM
also, out of the school that darrell scott just transfered to, there is an OT that is 6'5" 320 lbs. his last name is dotsy so he might become a big name

Vaughn Dotsy will more than likely never play OT in college. He is a stud but will have to move inside to OG. He is not quick enough and would get exposed. He should be a Top 5-10 OG though. Good prospect.

NOBODY knows anything about where Will Hill is leaning or what he is thinking outside of a close nit grouop. The kid has basically shut it down for the entire football season. He wants to focus on that. It is gonna have to be a patient wait and see game with him. Michigan could get 2 other S prospects and still offer Thrill a starting job. Florida couldn't because they have Finch and Wright coming in right now. Gonna be hard for Urban Cryer to BS his way through this kid.

Darrell Scott has said that he will most likely make a summer decision. Hopefully Michigan is hitting him hard right now. He is the #1 guy on the offensive side of the ball I want in this class.

I would make 1 change on my list and put Jermie Calhoun in. He is the BEST RB in the nation for the class of 2008. OU has an unreal class going. It will get better when Jameel Owens(HIGH 4*) commits soon as well.

elway777
03-13-2007, 10:58 PM
My 2 cents on Scott.

He has a nice burst but doesn't have the top end speed or agility to be the top back. Kinda like John Clay last year, except Scott is more athletic. Texas,Ucla,Michigan have the best shots at landing him. He would fit in at Michigan the best,IMO with their blocking system. Also he has stated Texas has been recruiting him the hardest as of late.

P-L
03-13-2007, 11:20 PM
Someone on Rivals (I forget who) said that Scott is the best back in the state of California over the last five years, better than Reggie Bush.

Jericho@SC
03-14-2007, 01:26 AM
Patriots-Lions... you sig is amazing dude.


Also, Elway777: I know it's early, but at this point, which OL do you think USC will end up with? I'm thinking they take about 5-6 total. They need more guards.

Newbs24
03-14-2007, 12:39 PM
I have also heard that he is the best RB prospect out of CA since Bush. I just saw 3 new videos on Rivals and I am so amped about this kid. He seems to have plenty of speed for my liking. He also likes to run over people and make them miss. I am worried the Michigan coaches could lock up McGuffie and stop recruiting Scott. That would piss me off so much. But, with Carlos Brown moving to CB I would expect 2 RBs to come in this class. This kid is better than John Clay just not as big. I really like Scott. ALOT.

DoWnThEfiElD
03-14-2007, 04:43 PM
My 2 cents on Scott.

He has a nice burst but doesn't have the top end speed or agility to be the top back. Kinda like John Clay last year, except Scott is more athletic. Texas,Ucla,Michigan have the best shots at landing him. He would fit in at Michigan the best,IMO with their blocking system. Also he has stated Texas has been recruiting him the hardest as of late.


I totally agree with this, I need to see some more video to see that he is the top back in the nation. I have been saying for a while that Calhoun is the best back in the nation. OU is taking most of the best players out of Texas this year.

elway777
03-14-2007, 05:32 PM
Patriots-Lions... you sig is amazing dude.


Also, Elway777: I know it's early, but at this point, which OL do you think USC will end up with? I'm thinking they take about 5-6 total. They need more guards.

Micheal Brewster is who SC is going after the hardest as of right now.


Brandon Washington,Tyron Smith as well.

Vaughn Dotsy (340 pound guard) will get a offer if he plays well this season, and most likely will be a Trojan if he is offered.

Khaled Holmes just got an offer and will be a Trojan, but will go through all his visits before saying so.

gstock05
03-15-2007, 11:42 AM
Thats too bad because Brewster won't be a Trojan...

elway777
03-15-2007, 08:22 PM
Thats too bad because Brewster won't be a Trojan...


What makes you think that?

gstock05
03-16-2007, 01:23 PM
Dont feel like going thru and explaining again. But he's about 98% buckeye. Just take my word for it, he's been recruiting for us for over a year, and is good friends with one of the other linemen who already committed and they've mentioned that they'll play at the same school together. More to it than that, but you get the picture.

Jhasley10
03-16-2007, 08:45 PM
Someone on Rivals (I forget who) said that Scott is the best back in the state of California over the last five years, better than Reggie Bush.

i tend to disagree...the best back i ever seen in california was MARC TYLER < pre injury> no one touched his size to speed ratio

bush was decent in high school...i think he was overhyped cause of the team he played on with like 7 division 1 recruits and 3 of them were running backs 1 wr < watkins> and alex smith his jr year

DoWnThEfiElD
03-17-2007, 11:33 AM
i tend to disagree...the best back i ever seen in california was MARC TYLER < pre injury> no one touched his size to speed ratio

bush was decent in high school...i think he was overhyped cause of the team he played on with like 7 division 1 recruits and 3 of them were running backs 1 wr < watkins> and alex smith his jr year


wait overhyped, the guy went on to win the Heisman...

elway777
03-17-2007, 12:11 PM
wait overhyped, the guy went on to win the Heisman...

LOL, yeah his 4 star rating was too high I guess.

Newbs24
03-18-2007, 10:28 PM
Bush's tape was also INSANE. No way was that kid overhyped or overrated coming out of HS. I am cringing thinking about what Joe McKnight is gonna do.

gstock05
03-19-2007, 02:12 PM
No doubt McKnight is incredible, but he doesn't have Reggie's insane burst and top end speed. I would almost venture to say he might be better at cutting tho.

snuff
03-19-2007, 03:12 PM
Reggie Bush was the #2 player in the nation... not a 4-star..

elway777
03-19-2007, 10:37 PM
Reggie Bush was the #2 player in the nation... not a 4-star..

Well i was talking about scout.com This just shows why Rivals is better in ranking talent.

nafselon
03-20-2007, 03:00 PM
Here are the guys I would go after from the Sunshine State

1) Nigel Bradham, LB (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=802836) - Ferocious player, hard hitter, big-time playmaker from the LB position.

2) Marcus Fortson, DT (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=829291) - Best defensive line prospect in the nation IMO.

3) Aldarius Johnson, WR (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=814385) - Has some baggage, but he is a Freshman All-American playing in high school. He has no peers at his position.

4) Patrick Johnson, DB (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=814385) - A defensive back prospect that will either become a lockdown corner or an All-American quality safety.

5) Matt Patchan, OL (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=829984)- Son of a former NFL pro, well-conditioned and plays with a chip on his shoulder.

6) D.C. Jefferson, QB (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=825441) - Huge QB prospect with great size (6'6, 240) and a massive arm. His best football is ahead of him.

7) British Footman, RB (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=816444) - If he gets his grades right he'll be the best RB prospect in Florida this year.

8) T.J. Bryant, CB - Another great CB from the school that has produced Pat Watkins, Antonio Cromartie and others.

9) Eric Smith, RB (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=826776) - He missed most of last season with an elbow injury but returned for the playoffs about 15 pounds lighter and a lot faster.

10) Brandon Washington, OL (http://www.floridafb.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=11200&ATCLID=803447) - Miami isn't always my first choice for offensive line prospects, but this guy is a beast.

nafselon
03-20-2007, 03:04 PM
Well i was talking about scout.com This just shows why Rivals is better in ranking talent.

Rivals was better until they decided to stage a national All-Star game. The rankings after that game were pretty much based on who played in their game and how was they played. Ruined a lot of the process.

They used to be about 70% hit, 30% miss, now it's much closer to 50/50.

Scout is terrible. They base far too much of their opinions on combines and again they think less of kids who opt not to go to their combines and overrate kids who do. Mike Bakas doesn't have a clue as proven by his statements in the past few months.

I miss the days of using game film to evaluate kids over these combines.

Newbs24
03-20-2007, 03:13 PM
Rivals was better until they decided to stage a national All-Star game. The rankings after that game were pretty much based on who played in their game and how was they played. Ruined a lot of the process.

They used to be about 70% hit, 30% miss, now it's much closer to 50/50.

Scout is terrible. They base far too much of their opinions on combines and again they think less of kids who opt not to go to their combines and overrate kids who do. Mike Bakas doesn't have a clue as proven by his statements in the past few months.

I miss the days of using game film to evaluate kids over these combines.


On EVERY level people base rankings too much on measureables from workouts. Its a joke. I agree that film tells alot more about a player and some people think that a "4.3 forty" and a "42 in vertical" or "400lb bench/650 squat". You usually get 1 guy per year that does that going into the NFL. But there are usually 10 or so that do it fresh out of HS. People believe these myths and then put them in print.

Purple N Proud
03-31-2007, 03:15 PM
I gotta put Mike Adams the big tackle from Coffman as one of my favorites. Playing high school football in the central Ohio area this past year I met him on several occasions. The kid is gonna be a force at Ohio State. When the guide says 6'8 and 300 pounds I believe it. He's quick for his size too. The Coffman system doesn't really showcase how dominant he can be.

Gchu83
04-05-2007, 08:56 PM
I totally agree with this, I need to see some more video to see that he is the top back in the nation. I have been saying for a while that Calhoun is the best back in the nation. OU is taking most of the best players out of Texas this year.

Calhoun has major grade issues which is why UT stopped recruiting him, there is a chance he may not be able to attend OU at all.

Kslice28
04-07-2007, 12:18 PM
I don't think Calhouns grade issues are a big of a deal as people are trying to make them out to be. Geoff Ketchum, a mod and writer for rivals Texas site, has said several times that Calhoun will qualify. The reason texas stopped recruiting him is because they have very low graduation rates and are looking for guys who are gonna stick around for 4 years and graduate.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=cqLqabwlJS8

nextyear5
04-07-2007, 02:33 PM
Does anyone know who the front-runner for Michael Floyd is right now? He's the best prospect from Minnesota in a long time and I know he's been offered scholarships from Minnesota, Florida, Notre Dame, Ohio State, USC and some others. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

Smashmouth
04-07-2007, 09:07 PM
McGuffie probably won't even be a 5-star from things I've heard. I've also heard that he is 3rd best back in his own state. Not sure about him being a top 20 player.You got to be kidding he might be the best back in the country.Your talking 4.3 speed and now he's 190 lbs.Plus he runs for over 3100 yds 44 tds in the the biggest class of football in Texas.He has offers from FLorida who just got Chris Rainey,Notre Dame which Weis talked to him on the phone and told him not to many highlights impress him like McGuffie did.Ohio State,Michgan who told him they wouldnt recruit another RB if he commited.Kansas,Texas Tech,Texas A&m.Oklahoma were Bob Stoops told him he's the fastest player he's seen on tape.If he 's not 5-star than somebody don't know a thing about football.

DHVF
04-07-2007, 09:13 PM
Does anyone know who the front-runner for Michael Floyd is right now? He's the best prospect from Minnesota in a long time and I know he's been offered scholarships from Minnesota, Florida, Notre Dame, Ohio State, USC and some others. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
Mauer was a much better prospect.:D

elway777
04-07-2007, 09:20 PM
Does anyone know who the front-runner for Michael Floyd is right now? He's the best prospect from Minnesota in a long time and I know he's been offered scholarships from Minnesota, Florida, Notre Dame, Ohio State, USC and some others. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

From reports it seems as if Notre Shame is in the lead for Floyd.

P-L
04-07-2007, 10:00 PM
You got to be kidding he might be the best back in the country.Your talking 4.3 speed and now he's 190 lbs.Plus he runs for over 3100 yds 44 tds in the the biggest class of football in Texas.He has offers from FLorida who just got Chris Rainey,Notre Dame which Weis talked to him on the phone and told him not to many highlights impress him like McGuffie did.Ohio State,Michgan who told him they wouldnt recruit another RB if he commited.Kansas,Texas Tech,Texas A&m.Oklahoma were Bob Stoops told him he's the fastest player he's seen on tape.If he 's not 5-star than somebody don't know a thing about football.
He may end up being a 5-star, but he isn't the best back in the country. Calhoun and Scott are better.

elway777
04-08-2007, 12:05 AM
He may end up being a 5-star, but he isn't the best back in the country. Calhoun and Scott are better.


He's better than Joe Mcknight IMO.

Smashmouth
04-08-2007, 12:06 AM
[QUOTE=Patriots-Lions;283719]He may end up being a 5-star, but he isn't the best back in the country. Calhoun and Scott are better.[/QUOTE ) I will still take McGuffie over them because to me the thing that McGuffie has that a lot of High School Players don't is excellent vision.I mean this kid follows his blocks better than any one i've seen and on his mixtape what impress me more than the way he jumps over people was how on 1 run he seen 2-guys both had the angle on him but he brought them together then stops his feet so they crash into each other then cuts off them.On another run he will bring the LB into the hole then make quick cuts back across the grain.

'backer
04-08-2007, 11:08 AM
I've seen Mike Adams' film on scoutingohio.com, and he looks solid, but not dominant. He just doesn't seem to have the feet, strength, and nasty that separates the great ones from the good ones.

Gchu83
04-08-2007, 11:58 AM
You got to be kidding he might be the best back in the country.Your talking 4.3 speed and now he's 190 lbs.Plus he runs for over 3100 yds 44 tds in the the biggest class of football in Texas.He has offers from FLorida who just got Chris Rainey,Notre Dame which Weis talked to him on the phone and told him not to many highlights impress him like McGuffie did.Ohio State,Michgan who told him they wouldnt recruit another RB if he commited.Kansas,Texas Tech,Texas A&m.Oklahoma were Bob Stoops told him he's the fastest player he's seen on tape.If he 's not 5-star than somebody don't know a thing about football.


You have to be kidding if you think McGuffie is the best RB in the country, he's not even the best RB in Texas, some even have him the 3rd or 4th best in Texas (not saying I agree).

gstock05
04-08-2007, 05:51 PM
I've seen Mike Adams' film on scoutingohio.com, and he looks solid, but not dominant. He just doesn't seem to have the feet, strength, and nasty that separates the great ones from the good ones.

I agree that film didnt look the BEST.

However, his feet strength and ability are not what he's lacking. I wanna see a better highlight reel. I think he just needs some technique work...

Smashmouth
04-08-2007, 10:42 PM
You have to be kidding if you think McGuffie is the best RB in the country, he's not even the best RB in Texas, some even have him the 3rd or 4th best in Texas (not saying I agree).You need to open your eyes if you can't see it.Tell me what RB in Texas is better and why McGuffie played 5-a Ball and put up Tremendous Stats who has better?Then tell me who has better measurables because they just don't McGuffie should set the Spark All Time Rating in May.Well Stoop must be wrong saying he's the fastest then he ever seen on tape.Or Weis who must be wrong saying he never gets impress by a guys highlight.Or Michgan must be crazy to tell him they want recruit another Back if he comes on board.I've seen a lot of Great High School RB here in Fla CJ Spiler,Emmitt Smith,Leon Washington,Chris Rainey or even John L Williams none have a High School Highlight Tape like that.We are talking about Texas football here which is suppose to be the king right.It's not like he's doing this in some small class of football this is the City of Houston were i think he should be competing against some of the best Athletes in the COUNTRY.

Music and Football
04-10-2007, 08:24 PM
You got to be kidding he might be the best back in the country.Your talking 4.3 speed and now he's 190 lbs.Plus he runs for over 3100 yds 44 tds in the the biggest class of football in Texas.He has offers from FLorida who just got Chris Rainey,Notre Dame which Weis talked to him on the phone and told him not to many highlights impress him like McGuffie did.Ohio State,Michgan who told him they wouldnt recruit another RB if he commited.Kansas,Texas Tech,Texas A&m.Oklahoma were Bob Stoops told him he's the fastest player he's seen on tape.If he 's not 5-star than somebody don't know a thing about football.

I have heard that he isn't even being considered for 5 star status and might not be top 10 player in the state of Texas.

If he is so great, why have Texas and LSU not offered yet, considering that is their home court?

Smashmouth
04-10-2007, 10:20 PM
I have heard that he isn't even being considered for 5 star status and might not be top 10 player in the state of Texas.

If he is so great, why have Texas and LSU not offered yet, considering that is their home court?

He obviously deserves a five star from not only his measureable but also his production. Tell me WHO HAS BETTER THAN HIM???????These STAR systems are ridiculous stupid. I mean Brady Quinn and Jamarcus Russell were 4 star Qb's and now both top five picks. In that same year Demetris Summers was a five star back and a top 20 player in the nation and has done nothing. As for Texas they have recruited four Rb's in the last two years, and Texas knows that he is not interested in them either. The LSU offer is coming. But I mean its not like he dosn't already have offers from Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Texas Tech, Kansas, Texas A&M which his high school coach played for and is probaly the favorite if he stays in Texas.

gstock05
04-11-2007, 01:24 PM
If he is so great, why have Texas and LSU not offered yet, considering that is their home court?

McGuffie didnt wanna be a horn. I'm pretty sure thats why he's not offered. Not sure about LSU.

However, there are many other reasons that go into why a player is or isn't offered aside from talent. What I do know is that his measurables are off the charts, his production is off the charts, and his highlight reel is up there with Reggie Bush and Noel Devine's. Not sure why he wouldn't be a top 5 runningback. Texas fans will quickly say he's not the best runningback in texas because he wasn't offered. I'll believe it when I see it.

DWilliams2IndyColts
06-26-2007, 08:12 PM
Here's mine.

Top 10

1.Darrell Scott RB Florida
2.Terrelle Pryor QB Ohio State
3.Arthur Brown LB Florida State/North Carolina
4.Will Hill S Southern Cal
5.Julio Jones WR Auburn
6.AJ Green WR Georgia
7.Matt Kalil OT Southern Cal
8.Shane Hayle DE LSU
9.EJ Manuel QB Florida State
10.Justin Johnson RB Oklahoma