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05-12-2010, 04:05 PM

QB: Andrew Luck, Stanford
RB: Evan Royster, Penn State
RB: Jeffrey Demps, Florida
WR1: James Rodgers, Oregon State
WR2: DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss
WR3: Austin Pettis, Boise State
WR4: Niles Paul, Nebraska
OT: Matt Reynolds, Brigham Young
OG: John Moffitt, Wisconsin
C: Mike Pouncey, Florida
OG: Zach Hurd, Connecticut
OT: Jason Pinkston, Pittsburgh

Offensive Strategy: Andrew Luck should be able to throw all over the field with Rodgers, Brown, Pettis, and Paul to target. Rodgers would play the Percy position like in the Florida offense. Pettis would play in the slot, and Paul would be a vertical threat. The offensive line features four all-conference first team selections, and Mike Pouncey, who will likely find his way onto the All-SEC 1st team after this year. Royster would be the bruiser in the running game, with Demps as the scat back. The offense would likely look a lot like the Gators offense under Meyer, but with Royster taking the carries normally given to Tebow.

DE: Adrian Clayborn, Iowa
NT: Jerrell Powe, Ole Miss
DE: Adrian Taylor, Oklahoma
OLB: Von Miller, Texas A&M
ILB: Greg Jones, Michigan State
ILB: Carmen Messina, New Mexico
OLB: Christian Anthony, Grambling State
CB1: Patrick Peterson, Louisiana State
CB2: Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State
CB3: Greg Reid, Florida State
FS: Blake Gideon, Texas
SS: Tyler Sash, Iowa

Defensive Strategy: The defense is led mostly by the front seven, which is incredibly disruptive and gets to the quarterback with ease. With Miller and Anthony coming off of the edge, and Jones and Messina (316 combined tackles) patrolling the middle, the quarterback would be under constant pressure, and the running game would be rendered useless. With Patrick Peterson locking down half the field, the Gideon and Sash would be free to roam, while Reid and Chekwa lock down the remaining receivers.

KR: James Rodgers, Oregon State
PR: Greg Reid, Florida State

Offensive Scheme: Pro-Style Spread
Defensive Scheme: 3-4



QB - Jacory Harris, Miami
RB - Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech
RB - Trent Richardson, Alabama
WR - Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma
WR - Greg Little, North Carolina
WR - Travis Benjamin, Miami
TE - Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin
LT - Mike Adams, Ohio State
LG - Brandon Washington, Miami
C - T-Bob Hebert, LSU
RG - Stephen Schilling, Michigan
RT - Marcus Cannon, TCU

OFFENSE - Pro Style, Balanced (Whipple)

Jacory Harris leads the most dangerous offense in college football. This Mark Whipple-style offense will feature the most talented backfield tandem in the nation. Ryan Williams and Trent Richardson complement each other perfectly. They will be on the field at the same time as well as will sub each other off to provide a change of pace. They will run behind our massive offensive line. An offensive line that is as talented as any combines raw power and talent with grit and experience. Because of this dominant RB's, we will use run to set play action Ryan Broyles is the do it all WR. He has the speed to beat anyone deep but also has a great feel for the offense and is an excellent route runner. UNC's Greg Little is a freak and one of the most physical WR's in college football. He has the ability to win the jump ball and is a beast after the catch. Lance Kendricks may be the top TE heading in to next season. He can stretch the seam off play action and is a reliable target on 3rd down. He's also a much better blocker than he gets credit for. Travis Benjamin is the cherry on top. Benjamin is one of the most dangerous players in college football and is sure to beat your team over the top while lining up in the slot.

DE - Robert Quinn, North Carolina
DT - Stephen Paea, Oregon State
DT - Drake Nevis, LSU
DE - Dontay Moch, Nevada
RLB - Akeem Ayers, UCLA
MLB - Kelvin Sheppard, LSU
LOLB - Luke Kuechly, Boston College
CB - Rashad Carmichael, Virginia Tech
CB - Desmond Trufant, Washington
CB/S - Javes Lewis, Oregon
S - Rahim Moore, UCLA
S - Ahmad Black, Florida

DEFENSE - 4-3, Aggressive, Varied Fronts (Spags), Primarily Zone Coverage

With the explosion of spread offense in college football, I picked a very athletic and aggressive defense. The D-Line is very athletic and very disruptive. DT's, Stephen Paea and Drake Nevis are two of the best penetrators in the country and are very active on the other side of the line of scrimmage. Robert Quinn is the best DE in the country and a freakish talent combines with the highly productive, high motor, athletic DE in Dontay Moch. 6'4 255 beast, Akeem Ayers will line up at DE in passing situations and Quinn will kick inside to DT creating mismatches. The LB core is very athletic and and very aggressive. Akeem Ayers teams up with BC's Luke Kuechy who is a tackling machine who was 2nd in the nation in tackles with 158 and Kelvin Sheppard is a an experienced and productive MLB who flies sideline to sideline. My secondary is full of ball hawks. Rasahd Carmichael is the next great VT CB and he had a terrific junior season with 6 INT's. Pac-10 CB, Desmond Trufant and Javes Lewis are both taller CB's who are very athletic. Lewis has the versatility to play corner or safety Rahim Moore was the best ball hawk in CFB last year collecting 10 INT's. He'll team up with Ahamad Black to create a opportunistic secondary.

KR - Travis Benjamin, Miami
PR - Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma

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