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    started a topic Top 3 Teams Unit-By-Unit

    Top 3 Teams Unit-By-Unit

    Go unit by unit and give me your top 3 teams for 2007 (because it's only top three, chances are your favorite team won't be ranked in any category)

    Quarterbacks
    1. USC
    2. Louisville
    3. Michigan

    Backs
    1. USC
    2. Arkansas
    3. Clemson

    Recievers
    1. Michigan
    2. Florida
    3. Purdue

    O-Line
    1. USC
    2. Michigan
    3. Alabama

    D-Line
    1. USC
    2. Iowa
    3. LSU

    Linebackers
    1. USC
    2. Virginia Tech
    3. Ohio State

    Defensive Backs
    1. Miami (FL)
    2. USC
    3. Penn State

  • TPFKA#1SaintsFan
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    LSU = best defensive line.

    Originally posted by Scout.com
    Watch Out For ... this to be the nation's best defensive line. The return of Dorsey cemented the honor as the Tigers have a signature superstar for the other superstars to work around.

    Strength: Size. When you have quick, athletic ends who check in at 292, 260, 273 and 252 pounds, you're big up front. The all can move.

    Weakness: Making big plays against the run. Nitpicking time for a group that should hold everyone to well under 100 yards rushing, but for all the talent and all the NFL skills, the line didn't make nearly enough tackles for loss last year as the team only cranked out 69.

    Outlook: Utter destruction. No one's running on Dorsey, Alexander and Favorite, while the pass rushing from all four spots should be relentless. If Alem and Johnson can be merely adequate on the right side, this group will be a dominant force.

    Rating: 10
    http://cfn.scout.com/2/636846.html

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  • scottyboy
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    Originally posted by Jughead10 View Post
    Rutgers will be producing a lot of NFL O-linemen over the next few years. One got drafted this year and another picked up as UDFA.
    Rutgers may have the best T duo in the country with Sosa and Zuttah. Also they have another great senior G in Fladell. Throw in the high recruit whjo turned down OSU in davis, thats a very good line.

    although, its not 100% the freshman Davis will start right away, but eventually thisyear, he'll be the starter.

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  • Sniper
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    Originally posted by tdpennstate View Post
    I dont think michigan even has the best wr group in the big 10. Penn State has Derrick Williams, Deon Butler, Jordan Norwood. Michigan has the best wr in the big ten, but not the overall best group.
    Butler and Norwood are legit, but Derrick Williams is probably the Big 10's most overrated player

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  • Jughead10
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    Rutgers will be producing a lot of NFL O-linemen over the next few years. One got drafted this year and another picked up as UDFA.

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  • -black
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    LSU should be on the list IMO for QB

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  • schmiddog
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    Originally posted by Michigan View Post
    Gable, Moody, and Washington have proven themselves. Dennis and Reed are upperclassmen and we'll see what the talents of McKnight and Bradford can bring to the table. Also, USC has better fullbacks than Arkansas.

    O, and I admit, the Michigan #1 recievers pick was a bit biased and shortsighted. We have one of the top duos, but not much depth behind them. Our TE is experienced but not much of a threat in the passing game.
    USC does not have better fullbacks than the Razorbacks. Peyton Hillis is the premier FB prospect for the 2008 draft.

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  • sodar21
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    Purdue may actually have the best Recieving group (WRs and TEs) in the Big Ten and one of the best in the country.

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  • Geomar
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    why isnt miami on the d-line they should be like #3 or #2 cmon.

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    I dont think michigan even has the best wr group in the big 10. Penn State has Derrick Williams, Deon Butler, Jordan Norwood. Michigan has the best wr in the big ten, but not the overall best group.

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  • doingthisinsteadofwork
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    Cal should be #1 for WRs.

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  • VY10
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    Originally posted by ncbigbody View Post
    Texas has the deepest set of recievers in the country. Sweed, Pittman, Cosby, Shipley and counting TE's Jermichael Finley.
    Agreed. Sweed is the obvious standout but all of those guys can play ball.

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  • ncbigbody
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    Texas has the deepest set of recievers in the country. Sweed, Pittman, Cosby, Shipley and counting TE's Jermichael Finley.

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  • DorianSmith
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    AT LB Oregon State has a better group than Ohio State

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  • georgiafan
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    I agree Ark should be #1 in RB

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