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  • #61
    Early 2000's Miami Hurricanes squad: Reggie Wayne, Santana Moss, Andre Johnson, Jeremy Shockey, Kellen Winslow, Clinton Portis, Frank Gore, Willis McGahee, Najeh Davenport, Jonathan Vilma, D.J. Williams, Ed Reed, Sean Taylor, Phillip Buchanon, Antrel Rolle, Bryant McKinnie, Vernon Carey, Vince Wilfork. Few others that aren't coming to me at this second. That's the most talented NCAA team ever. BY FAR.
    Good call, even though Reed and Taylor really did not play together all that much at all.


    They were on the same roster barely

    2001 Miami Hurricane defensive backs:
    Ed Reed, Sean Taylor, Antrel Rolle, Mike Rumph, Kelly Jennings, Phillip Buchanon, Marcus Maxey and Maurice Sikes.

    Star power they have it over LSU I guess, the two best safeties to possibly ever play kind of do that. But LSU has more depth top to bottom maybe, because Maxey and Sikes were not really all that good of players.



    2001 Miami Hurricanes defensive line:
    Vince Wilfork, William Joseph, Jerome McDougle, Andrew Williams, Thomas Carroll, Orien Harris and Matt Walters


    LSU has it over them still I feel, still a great group though.

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    • #62
      I expected helluva lot more from William Joseph as a pro. He did absolutely NOTHING for the Giants. I felt Mike Rumph was always overrated too and should've never gone in the first round. Dude had zero int's as senior and with that front 7 there was no excuse. Buchanon was sick in college and Reed led NCAA in int's that year (and year before too).

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      • #63
        Can anybody think of a better freshmen recruiting class as: Winslow, Taylor, Wilfork, Rolle, Gore ?

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
          2001 Miami Hurricanes defensive line:
          Vince Wilfork, William Joseph, Jerome McDougle, Andrew Williams, Thomas Carroll, Orien Harris and Matt Walters
          They were very good but I don't think they should be in the conversation for best D-Line ever.

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          • #65
            They were very good but I don't think they should be in the conversation for best D-Line ever.
            True LSU of 04 and Florida of 06 were much better. Florida still, hard as hell to beat that, but LSU has more top to bottom depth.

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            • #66
              Wisconsin RB 99'

              Michael Bennett, Ron Dayne, Booker Stanley, Anthony Davis

              That was an incredibly productive group, probably the most productive of all time now that I think about it.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                Wisconsin RB 99'

                Michael Bennett, Ron Dayne, Booker Stanley, Anthony Davis

                That was an incredibly productive group, probably the most productive of all time now that I think about it.
                dude, 2001 Miami SMOKES this with ease.

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                • #68
                  If the thread is based on collegiate productivity, no they don't.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                    If the thread is based on collegiate productivity, no they don't.
                    http://www.uwbadgers.com/pdf/?id=10426

                    I don't see Stanley and Davis. Am I missing something?

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                    • #70
                      Nope, they came in 01'. My bad.

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                      • #71
                        **** the voting lets just argue hahahaha

                        81 BYU Quarterbacks for the mutha-*******-win!


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                        • #72
                          The boys from Southern Cal deserve a mention for runningbacks.

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                          • #73


                            OHMYYYYYYGOSSSSSHHHHH!!! University of Texas


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                            • #74
                              Hide the women and children.

                              John Henderson and Albert Haynesorth


                              Marcus Stroud and Richard Seymour

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                              • #75
                                Charles Grant was also on the that team? Jeez!


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