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devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
05-06-2009, 03:47 PM
I am going to be putting together a compilation thread of all the FBS and FCS conferences of quarterbacks and running backs. I have only taken 1 QB and 1 RB from each school as of now, but plan to add them after other give some input and advice. I would love some feedback and criticism. These rankings are to reflect there potential as an NFL prospect regardless of class.

SEC QB Rankings
1. Jevan Snead, Mississippi, Junior, 6’3/215
2. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas, R-Sophomore, 6’7/248
3. Tim Tebow, Florida, Senior, 6’3/245
4. Jordan Jefferson, LSU, Sophomore, 6’4/209
5. Stephen Garcia, South Carolina, R-Sophomore, 6’2/219
6. Mike Hartline, Kentucky, Junior, 6’6/204
7. Joe Cox, Georgia, Senior, 6’1/198
8. Kodi Burns, Auburn, Junior, 6’2/209
9. Mackenzi Adams, Vanderbilt, Senior, 6’3/215
10. Tyson Lee, Mississippi State, Senior, 5’10/200
11. Greg McElroy, Alabama, Junior, 6’2/220
12. Jonathon Crompton, Tennessee, Senior, 6’4/220

SEC RB Rankings
1. Charles Scott, LSU, Senior, 5’11/233
2. Mark Ingram, Alabama, Sophomore, 5’10/214
3. Caleb King, Georgia, R-Sophomore, 5’11/210
4. Ben Tate, Auburn, Senior, 5’11/217
5. Chris Rainey, Florida, R-Sophomore, 5’9/175
6. Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, Senior, 6’1/235
7. Brandon Bolden, Mississippi, Sophomore, 5’11/220
8. Brian Maddox, South Carolina, Junior, 5’11/224
9. Montario Hardesty, Tennessee, Senior, 6’0/210
10. Michael Smith, Arkansas, Senior, 5’7/176
11. Alfonso Smith, Kentucky, Senior, 6’1/204
12. Jared Hawkins, Vanderbilt, Senior, 5’10/202

ChiFan24
05-06-2009, 03:52 PM
If you're going off pro potential, I'd have to say Mallett ahead of Tebow. And Michael Smith seems a little low also, I could definitely see him as a change of pace back, though I don't know enough about the guys ahead of him to say anything.

Cigaro
05-06-2009, 03:54 PM
Stephen Garcia is going to make you look like a complete fool. He'll be numero cinco at least by seasons end.

And Eric Baker likely won't start for us.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
05-06-2009, 03:56 PM
Stephen Garcia is going to make you look like a complete fool. He'll be numero cinco at least by seasons end.

And Eric Baker likely won't start for us.

Is Spurrier done playing with his revolving door at QB yet?

Cigaro
05-06-2009, 04:09 PM
Is Spurrier done playing with his revolving door at QB yet?

He's got no choice. Smelley is gone, so the only other options are freshman who didn't show too well in the spring. Garcia did, however, show very well in his first full spring, and Mangus is basically his personal coach.

Race for the Heisman
05-06-2009, 04:12 PM
I am going to be putting together a compilation thread of all the FBS and FCS conferences of quarterbacks and running backs. I have only taken 1 QB and 1 RB from each school as of now, but plan to add them after other give some input and advice. I would love some feedback and criticism. These rankings are to reflect there potential as an NFL prospect regardless of class.

SEC QB Rankings
1. Jevan Snead, Mississippi, Junior, 63/215
2. Tim Tebow, Florida, Senior, 63/245
3. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas, R-Sophomore, 67/248
4. Jordan Jefferson, LSU, Sophomore, 64/209
5. Mike Hartline, Kentucky, Junior, 66/204
6. Joe Cox, Georgia, Senior, 61/198
7. Jonathon Crompton, Tennessee, Senior, 64/220
8. Kodi Burns, Auburn, Junior, 62/209
9. Mackenzi Adams, Vanderbilt, Senior, 63/215
10. Greg McElroy, Alabama, Junior, 62/220
11. Stephen Garcia, South Carolina, R-Sophomore, 62/219
12. Tyson Lee, Mississippi State, Senior, 510/200

SEC RB Rankings
1. Caleb King, Georgia, R-Sophomore, 511/210
2. Charles Scott, LSU, Senior, 511/233
3. Mark Ingram, Alabama, Sophomore, 510/214
4. Ben Tate, Auburn, Senior, 511/217
5. Chris Rainey, Florida, R-Sophomore, 59/175
6. Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, Senior, 61/235
7. Cordera Eason, Mississippi, Senior, 510/224
8. Eric Baker, South Carolina, Sophomore, 511/194
9. Alfonso Smith, Kentucky, Senior, 61/204
10. Montario Hardesty, Tennessee, Senior, 60/210
11. Michael Smith, Arkansas, Senior, 57/176
12. Jared Hawkins, Vanderbilt, Senior, 510/202

I don't think Mallett has more potential than Tebow. I was going to say the same thing, but honestly, if Tebow becomes a proficient passer, his athleticism > Mallett's arm/size. With that said, I like the top four. Mike Hartline at five? I just don't know about that. I wasn't impressed whenever I saw Kentucky, and he wouldn't have started if the other guy hadn't had issues. I'd have Burns over Cox and Crompton since those guys one have one year to put everything together and don't have Burns' athleticism. I think Stephen Garcia should probably be five, even if he most likely won't ever reach his potential.

Can't really argue with your running back rankings too much as I don't know them that well and it looks solid overall based on what little I do know. I will say I've heard good things about Michael Smith, whereas I haven't heard of a few of the guys ahead of him.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
05-06-2009, 04:13 PM
He's got no choice. Smelley is gone, so the only other options are freshman who didn't show too well in the spring. Garcia did, however, show very well in his first full spring, and Mangus is basically his personal coach.

I hope that you are right then and Garcia suceeds. I don't want to see the kid flop.

YAYareaRB
05-06-2009, 04:45 PM
Jordan Jefferson! BABYYYYY

diabsoule
05-06-2009, 05:04 PM
Jordan Jefferson! BABYYYYY

JJ and Russell Shephard are going to be awesome in the Wildcat.

CashmoneyDrew
05-06-2009, 05:15 PM
The only list Jonathan Crompton should be on is the colossal disappointment list.

YAYareaRB
05-06-2009, 05:33 PM
JJ and Russell Shephard are going to be awesome in the Wildcat.

ZOMGZZZ!!! Excuse the bulge in my pants. I can't wait for Football to start. The Tigers are coming for our 3rd

Halsey
05-06-2009, 05:34 PM
I like Caleb King and know him because I just finished a class we took together. However, he has no business being at the top of any rankings. He hasn't even shown he's the best back currently on the Dawgs roster. Richard Samuel played better last year and Carlton Thomas played better in spring practice.

yourfavestoner
05-06-2009, 05:46 PM
No Jeff Demps?

YAYareaRB
05-06-2009, 05:52 PM
I read the rules but Keiland Williams is a BEAST!

This offense is gonna do major things next season.

fischbowl
05-06-2009, 10:10 PM
I'd like to see Hardesty a little bit higher and I feel Caudle will win the Auburn job

georgiafan
05-07-2009, 08:18 AM
I like Caleb King and know him because I just finished a class we took together. However, he has no business being at the top of any rankings. He hasn't even shown he's the best back currently on the Dawgs roster. Richard Samuel played better last year and Carlton Thomas played better in spring practice.

Yeah Caleb shouldn't be #1, if I had to guess Samuel gets more carries then him this year.

LizardState
05-07-2009, 09:39 AM
With room to grow on his 6-7 frame, Mallett = v. 2.0 of Jared Lorenzen, aka The Pillsbury Throwboy. :rolleyes:

Menardo75
05-07-2009, 01:23 PM
I love the way Charles Scott runs the ball my favorite back in the SEC.

CroomDawgs
05-07-2009, 01:26 PM
Tyson Lee at the Bottom come on now. He's better than McElroy and Jonathan Crompton. In fact why isn't Crompton at the bottom of the list? I don't think he is even starting anymore.

And if this is potential Ryan mallett should be 2nd or maybe first. If he matures he could be a top 10 pick when its all said and done

Don Vito
05-07-2009, 01:51 PM
I would put Brandon Bolden on there over Eason for Ole Miss' running back, Bolden is going to be the starter this year.

BNad
05-07-2009, 02:06 PM
I like Caleb King and know him because I just finished a class we took together. However, he has no business being at the top of any rankings. He hasn't even shown he's the best back currently on the Dawgs roster. Richard Samuel played better last year and Carlton Thomas played better in spring practice.

I rode on a bus with him one time and the conversation that ensued made me afraid he'd never be eligible to play.

Don Vito
05-07-2009, 05:59 PM
There really are a lot of unproven players that are going to have to step up in the SEC.

Geason Noceur
05-07-2009, 11:36 PM
The only list Jonathan Crompton should be on is the colossal disappointment list.

I couldn't agree more. He was even ranked thirteen among SEC QBs last year. Some pitiful backup managed to do better than him.

Rockrule40
05-07-2009, 11:48 PM
Where do you think Bryce Brown should be on that list?

Race for the Heisman
05-08-2009, 08:12 AM
Where do you think Bryce Brown should be on that list?

Somewhere around three, give or take a place or two.

critesy
05-08-2009, 10:07 AM
I'd like to see Hardesty a little bit higher and I feel Caudle will win the Auburn job

if caudle wins the job, im going to lose it.

TitanHope
05-09-2009, 06:46 AM
Tyson Lee at the Bottom come on now. He's better than McElroy and Jonathan Crompton. In fact why isn't Crompton at the bottom of the list? I don't think he is even starting anymore.

Unfortunately, he is starting...

But, with Montario Hardesty, who I love with all my footballheart, Bryce Brown, and possibly David Oku pending possible redshirting/prep-school, it'll be hard to mess that up.

Cro has all the physical tools. Hopefully Jim Chaney can help fix the mental part.

etk
05-09-2009, 08:55 AM
I am going to be putting together a compilation thread of all the FBS and FCS conferences of quarterbacks and running backs. I have only taken 1 QB and 1 RB from each school as of now, but plan to add them after other give some input and advice. I would love some feedback and criticism. These rankings are to reflect there potential as an NFL prospect regardless of class.

SEC QB Rankings
1. Jevan Snead, Mississippi, Junior, 63/215
2. Tim Tebow, Florida, Senior, 63/245
3. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas, R-Sophomore, 67/248
4. Jordan Jefferson, LSU, Sophomore, 64/209
5. Mike Hartline, Kentucky, Junior, 66/204
6. Joe Cox, Georgia, Senior, 61/198
7. Jonathon Crompton, Tennessee, Senior, 64/220
8. Kodi Burns, Auburn, Junior, 62/209
9. Mackenzi Adams, Vanderbilt, Senior, 63/215
10. Greg McElroy, Alabama, Junior, 62/220
11. Stephen Garcia, South Carolina, R-Sophomore, 62/219
12. Tyson Lee, Mississippi State, Senior, 510/200

SEC RB Rankings
1. Caleb King, Georgia, R-Sophomore, 511/210
2. Charles Scott, LSU, Senior, 511/233
3. Mark Ingram, Alabama, Sophomore, 510/214
4. Ben Tate, Auburn, Senior, 511/217
5. Chris Rainey, Florida, R-Sophomore, 59/175
6. Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, Senior, 61/235
7. Cordera Eason, Mississippi, Senior, 510/224
8. Eric Baker, South Carolina, Sophomore, 511/194
9. Alfonso Smith, Kentucky, Senior, 61/204
10. Montario Hardesty, Tennessee, Senior, 60/210
11. Michael Smith, Arkansas, Senior, 57/176
12. Jared Hawkins, Vanderbilt, Senior, 510/202

Mallett has WAY more pro potential than Tebow. Jefferson as well. Garcia should move up big time. He has 3 years to prove himself and he has WAY more potential than 5-10, who all either lack physical ability or have proven their suckage.

Keiland Williams>Charles Scott.

Javzz
05-10-2009, 02:42 AM
Jefferson certainly has arm strength and height and I like to think the "it" factor about him. His completion percentage wasn't decent, but he looked to be pretty far ahead in that aspect for a T-Freshman.

However, his god-awful release is going to hinder his pro potential. It's one of those that needs to be completely overhauled.

M.O.T.H.
05-10-2009, 07:03 AM
He's got no choice. Smelley is gone, so the only other options are freshman who didn't show too well in the spring. Garcia did, however, show very well in his first full spring, and Mangus is basically his personal coach.

I still have high hopes for B Maddox but, who knows what will happen there, I wouldnt be surprised to see one of the newcomers starting by the end of the year. Hopefully Brian can break out, he does have a whole lot of talent, havent seen much of that on the college level yet, though.

As for Garcia, he could end up being great. He just has to stay out of trouble and stop trying to force too many passes. Saunders should be his best friend this year. It also doesnt hurt that, that other thug, Dion Lecorn, is back at receiver.

yourfavestoner
05-10-2009, 12:54 PM
Again I ask, why no Jeff Demps?

SuperKevin
05-10-2009, 01:39 PM
Again I ask, why no Jeff Demps?

He said one player per team

dunagan15
05-10-2009, 03:15 PM
I rode on a bus with him one time and the conversation that ensued made me afraid he'd never be eligible to play.

Haha this is great. I went to HS w/ Caleb and played with him his senior year when he transferred and there is no way in hell he was eligible to get into UGA, but he plays football. He did absolutely nothing senior year, and at a private school that is unheard of.

I have no idea how he is eligible to play. He is a great guy but there is no way he is passing his classes on his own and even with help it seems like it would be a struggle.

StorminNorman
05-10-2009, 06:02 PM
Mallett has WAY more pro potential than Tebow. Jefferson as well. Garcia should move up big time. He has 3 years to prove himself and he has WAY more potential than 5-10, who all either lack physical ability or have proven their suckage.

Keiland Williams>Charles Scott.

Cox neither lacks physical ability, nor has he proven he sucks.

etk
05-11-2009, 01:50 PM
Cox neither lacks physical ability, nor has he proven he sucks.

6'1 198?

I have to see it to believe it.

Only Robert Marve and Michael Vick have good physical tools at that size (both are bigger too) and both struggle with accuracy and decision making.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
05-11-2009, 03:56 PM
And Eric Baker likely won't start for us.

I looked at the spring depth chart that had him listed as the number one back. Who is going to start? Brian Maddox?

M.O.T.H.
05-11-2009, 03:57 PM
I looked at the spring depth chart that had him listed as the number one back. Who is going to start? Brian Maddox?

Brian Maddox is actually working with the 1st team now and will more than likely start the season as such. He's the more talented of the two anyway.

devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
05-11-2009, 04:05 PM
I have updated the rankings to try and reflect the opinion of the posters who have replies.

JHG722
05-11-2009, 04:07 PM
#1 QB Timmy Tebow
#1 RB Timmy Tebow

Go Gayta.