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  • #31
    Originally posted by Acreboy View Post
    You think Alem will beat out Jean-Francios if he keeps his grades up?
    If Ricky gets his act together, he'll be in the mix. As of now he's got Alem and Tremain Johnson above him.
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    • #32
      I'm also not sure why there would be a possibility of Minor moving to fullback since he's really not that big at a listed weight of under 220, and the fact he had the second most carries on our team last year and averaged almost 6 yards per carry.



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      • #33
        PSU:

        QB - Anthony Morelli
        RB - Austin Scott
        FB - Matt Hahn
        WR - Derrick Williams
        WR - Deon Butler
        TE - Andrew Quarless
        OT - Gerald Cadogan
        OT - Denis Landold
        OG - John Shaw
        OG - Lou Eliades
        OC - AQ Shipley

        DE - Maurice Evans
        DE - Aaron Maybin/Josh Gaines
        DT - Phillip Taylor
        DT - Abe Karoma/
        OLB - Sean Lee
        OLB - Jerome Hayes
        ILB - Dan Connor
        CB - Justin King
        CB - AJ Wallace
        FS - Tony Davis
        SS - Anthony Scirrotto....if he's suspended then it would be either Spencer Ridenhour or Bani Gbadyu

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        • #34
          Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan View Post
          The 2007/08 National Champion LSU Tigers:

          QB - Matt Flynn
          RB - Keiland Williams
          FB - Jacob Hester
          SE - Brandon LaFell
          FL - Early Doucet
          TE - Richard Dickson
          LT - Ciron Black
          LG - Will Arnold (if healthy)
          C - Brett Helms
          RG - Herman Johnson
          RT - Carnell Stewart

          LE - Tyson Jackson
          DT - Glenn Dorsey
          DT - Marlon Favorite
          RE - Rahim Alem
          WLB -Ali Highsmith
          MLB - Darry Beckwith
          SLB - Luke Sanders
          CB - Chevis Jackson
          CB - Jonathan Zenon
          FS - Curtis Taylor
          SS - Craig Steltz

          K - Colt David
          P - Patrick Fisher
          KR - Trindon Holliday
          PR - Early Doucet
          As Acreboy already said, absolutely no way Alem beats out RJF if his grades are up.

          Also I would not count out Demetrius Byrd as the number two WR, that is if he qualifies haha. Most experienced aside from the best receiver in the nation(Early).

          Charles Alexander will most likely start ahead of Favorite, higher on the coaches lists.

          I dont know if Stewart is going to be the starting RT either, still a work in progress.
          Last edited by 504 to ATL; 06-06-2007, 06:48 PM.

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          • #35
            [QUOTE=504 to ATL;437236] Most experienced aside from the best receiver in the nation(Early)./QUOTE]

            Haha yeah right. Doucet isn't even the best WR in the SEC, let alone the country

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            • #36
              Your 2007 USC Trojans

              OFFENSE:

              QB: John David Booty
              TB: CJ Gable
              FB: Allen Bradford
              SE: Patrick Turner
              TE: Fred Davis
              LT: Sam Baker
              LG: Jeff Byers
              C: Matt Spanos
              RG: Chilo Rachal
              RT: Drew Radovich
              FL: Vidal Hazelton

              DEFENSE:

              DE: Lawrence Jackson
              NT: Sedrick Ellis
              DT: Fili Moala
              DE: Kyle Moore or Everson Griffen
              WLB: Keith Rivers
              MLB: Rey Maualuga
              SLB: Brian Cushing
              CB: Cary Harris
              FS: Taylor Mays
              SS: Kevin Ellison
              CB Terrell Thomas

              SPECIAL TEAMS:

              K: David Buehler
              P: Greg Woidneck
              LS: Will Collins
              HLD: Michael McDonald
              KR: CJ Gable
              PR: Travon Patterson

              Michael "Franchise" Young QB Akron Zepplins #10
              164/281, 58.4% 1956 yards, 10 TD/8 INT
              50 rushes, 321 yards, 4 TD, 6.4 YPC
              Record: 7-3

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              • #37
                Originally posted by 504 to ATL View Post
                As Acreboy already said, absolutely no way Alem beats out RJF if his grades are up.
                I definitely would not say absolutely. Alem (Alfred Jones) was a slightly higher rated prospect than Jean-Francois coming out, and although Ricky has seen more playing time to this point, it's not like he performed so spectacularly that he has the starting job locked up. Even if RJF gets his act together, I wouldn't be surprised if he's at least slightly in the doghouse for a while.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by 504 to ATL View Post
                  Most experienced aside from the best receiver in the nation(Early)./QUOTE]

                  Haha yeah right. Doucet isn't even the best WR in the SEC, let alone the country
                  Early Doucet is the best WR in the nation.
                  I'm a state.

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                  • #39
                    Eh, I'm a big fan of Doucet but there really is no definitive top WR.

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                    • #40
                      Early Doucet has the POTENTIAL to be the best WR in the nation. It's been a little while since LSU has had a clear-cut #1. I expect, dare I say, Josh Reed-like production out of him.
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                      • #41
                        obviously Kenny Britt is the best WR in the nation :)
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Michigan View Post
                          Early Doucet is the best WR in the nation.
                          I prfer Bennett from Vanderbilt, but that's just me.

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                          • #43
                            haha I thought that quote would strike some discussion. I dont think there is a clear cut #1 as someone else said already, but I do expect his numbers to vastly increase this season.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by 504 to ATL View Post
                              haha I thought that quote would strike some discussion. I dont think there is a clear cut #1 as someone else said already, but I do expect his numbers to vastly increase this season.
                              Don't get me wrong. Early Doucet is damn good, but I take Bennett by a hair

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                              • #45
                                I take Manningham over Doucet or any other WR except maybe DeSean (but he is a jerk, so I take Mario). That's saying something considering how much I love Michigan (about as much as the devil loves Jesus)

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