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  • Updated Rankings Discussion

    Hey,

    In case you missed it I made a major rankings update live today.

    Discuss it here and please keep it clean and productive.
    Scott Wright, President
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  • #2
    Quintin Demps still at #8?

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    • #3
      Good rankings.

      - Add Jonathan Stewart to Jr. RB list.
      - Add RB Dexter Jackson and S Corey Lynch, seniors from Appalachian State.

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      • #4
        Quintin Demps

        29 Total Tackles (19 solo)

        2.5 TFL

        1 INT (100 YD TD return)

        3 PBU

        1 Blocked Kick

        (New Mexico, Texas Tech, New Mexico State)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Man_Of_Steel View Post
          Good rankings.

          - Add Jonathan Stewart to Jr. RB list.
          - Add RB Dexter Jackson and S Corey Lynch, seniors from Appalachian State.
          Dexter Jackson is in the wideout rankings.
          Scott Wright, President
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          • #6
            Personally i dont think Sweed is the number one receiver... i hate doucet and i would have him in front of him. And when it comes down to it i liek Bowman better...

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            • #7
              Good to see Zbibkowski is no longer the #1 ranked S.
              "The liberator who destroys my property, is fighting to save my spirit. The teacher who clears all possessions from my path will set me free."-Tyler Durden

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              • #8
                after 3 weeks of college football there have been 2 surprise players who have really stood out to me. in fact these are 2 guys who i think will be drafted at least top 10 at thier respective postitions and who are ranked much lower. they are S Jamal Lewis from GT and LB Jordon Dizon from CU. both are simply natural football players who are allways around the ball. what is your take on these players scott?

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                • #9
                  Still trying to get anyones oppinion on Tryrell Fenroy... is he even in teh top 40 RB's in the country? i think he is a great player

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                  • #10
                    why is Dizon ranked so low at OLB?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Broncos_fan_from_uk View Post
                      after 3 weeks of college football there have been 2 surprise players who have really stood out to me. in fact these are 2 guys who i think will be drafted at least top 10 at thier respective postitions and who are ranked much lower. they are S Jamal Lewis from GT and LB Jordon Dizon from CU. both are simply natural football players who are allways around the ball. what is your take on these players scott?
                      I agree on Jamal Lewis...he's a beast.

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                      • #12
                        NOOOOO Jeremy Ito down to 4? that makes me sad.

                        I like the fact you have Foster at DE. He plays DT now, but projects more of a DE(or in the NYG discussion, possibe MLB) in the NFL
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Broncos_fan_from_uk View Post
                          after 3 weeks of college football there have been 2 surprise players who have really stood out to me. in fact these are 2 guys who i think will be drafted at least top 10 at thier respective postitions and who are ranked much lower. they are S Jamal Lewis from GT and LB Jordon Dizon from CU. both are simply natural football players who are allways around the ball. what is your take on these players scott?
                          Dizon is the nations leading tackler...
                          and is ALWAYS around the ball
                          hed be a great Cover 2 olb

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BufFan71 View Post
                            why is Dizon ranked so low at OLB?
                            He is 6-0 (maybe) and 220 lbs.
                            Scott Wright, President
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                            • #15
                              Kansas State's WR Jordy Nelson is still absent from the rankings. He's big (6'3"), fast, and productive on a team that hasn't thrown a lot of passes over the years. He's also currently averaging 10 catches and 127 yards per game. I think he's top 20 WR at MINIMUM. If he continues at his current pace, he'll be top ten easily.

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