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  • #31
    I have a sence of sour grapes. All kidding aside, Hodges will be a S at Penn State and quit possibly could start as a true frosh at SS. Obviously he isn't that soft and play with no heart if the coaches like him that much to have him play a lot and start at SS.

    Kersey is a beast, and I am glad we got him.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
      I have a sence of sour grapes. All kidding aside, Hodges will be a S at Penn State and quit possibly could start as a true frosh at SS. Obviously he isn't that soft and play with no heart if the coaches like him that much to have him play a lot and start at SS.

      Kersey is a beast, and I am glad we got him.
      If there was sour grapes I'd be dissing Kersey too, who was actually committed to RU longer than Hodges, then de-committed.

      Well, to be serious, there is no piece of credible evidence that says the coaches think Hodges will be the opening day SS, and unless your backups completely blow, he wouldn't start for long. Kersey will be a stud though, I don't know much about your current receivers, but I think he can start as a true frosh.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by twista6002 View Post
        If there was sour grapes I'd be dissing Kersey too, who was actually committed to RU longer than Hodges, then de-committed.

        Well, to be serious, there is no piece of credible evidence that says the coaches think Hodges will be the opening day SS, and unless your backups completely blow, he wouldn't start for long. Kersey will be a stud though, I don't know much about your current receivers, but I think he can start as a true frosh.
        A lot of Penn State insiders believe he could start as a true frosh, or see a lot of time. One said that he is the most physically gifted player out there. One observer said that he compares him to Taylor Mays. I don't think he will have Taylor Mays potential though.

        Kersey won't start as a true frosh. He will get time, but not start. Justin Brown will play more then Kersey IMO.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
          A lot of Penn State insiders believe he could start as a true frosh, or see a lot of time. One said that he is the most physically gifted player out there. One observer said that he compares him to Taylor Mays. I don't think he will have Taylor Mays potential though.
          That's the thing about Hodges. He's as gifted an athlete as I've ever seen. But he just doesn't have tenacity. Maybe being at Penn State rather than Pooboro will give him devine intervention, but from everything I've seen he doesn't have the tenacity you want in a player. Mays is actually a good comparison, and I'm not a fan of Mays to say the least.

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          • #35
            I will do three players for my other three favorite teams:

            Arizona Wildcats

            1. Adam Hall WR/S- I expect him to start as a True Frosh. He absolutely dominated the Arizona ranks and he looks the part to be a real solid college player.

            2. Daniel Jenkins RB- I loved this kids film. He has moves and can outrun a lot of players. I believe this is a steal for the Wildcats.

            3. Dewayne Peace WR- Originally a Michigan commit, he is another solid get for the Wildcats. I don't expect him to contribute his true frosh season, but he looks to be a very solid possession reciever at the college ranks. Runs real good routes, can make some people miss, and has good hands.


            Arizona State Sundevils

            1. Vontaze Burfict LB- The gem of this class. He will start at MLB from day 1 and will help ASU form one of the best defenses in the Pac 10.

            2. Corey Adams DT- Another player who should start day 1. Has great size, speed, and can really play. Adams, Guy, Davis, Burfict, and Bolden is a great core of defenders to build around.

            3. Matt Tucker S- I compare him to Troy Nolan who just graduated. He is a big safety who could contribute in a year or two, and be a solid college player.


            Pittsburgh

            1. Kolby Gray QB- Pittsburgh's quarterbacks suck. I think Gray might be the best one of the bunch and start for the Panthers.

            2. Tyrone Ezell DE- A manbeast IMO. Has a lot of physical tools and I believe he has the best chance to get drafted in this draft class. I think he has the frame to kick it inside and play DT.

            3. Todd Thomas WR- A lot of talent, but **** for brains. If he gets his grades in order, the Panthers have a scary WR tandem in Jonathon Baldwin and Todd Thomas.

            Just missed from Pitt: Brock DeCicco TE/WR- I think he will be a WR in college.

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            • #36
              NFL prospects, assuming they progress as I expect:

              1. Ray Ray Armstrong as DE: Top 10 pick pick;elite Will be an impact player at the college level and will put freakish numbers at the combine. Impact pass rush specialist at the next level.

              2. Lamar Miller: First round pick Could compare to a Ronnie Brown at Auburn where he splits carries with another RB (either Mike James or Bryce Brown, or both), has a high YPC though and then at the combine will be put up a top 3 (for his year) 40 time combined with being a legit 215 pound back.

              3. Brandon McGee as CB: First round-high 2nd round pick Prototypical size/speed for an NFL corner.

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              • #37
                Miller could get redshirted, and if he does he'll have a year to himself to shine as a Senior. We've sent backs to the NFL off 1 year of production before.

                sig by BoneKrusher

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Hollywood View Post
                  NFL prospects, assuming they progress as I expect:

                  1. Ray Ray Armstrong as DE: Top 10 pick pick;elite Will be an impact player at the college level and will put freakish numbers at the combine. Impact pass rush specialist at the next level.

                  2. Lamar Miller: First round pick Could compare to a Ronnie Brown at Auburn where he splits carries with another RB (either Mike James or Bryce Brown, or both), has a high YPC though and then at the combine will be put up a top 3 (for his year) 40 time combined with being a legit 215 pound back.

                  3. Brandon McGee as CB: First round-high 2nd round pick Prototypical size/speed for an NFL corner.
                  Atleast you're being modest.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by BRAVEHEART View Post
                    Atleast you're being modest.
                    Two first rounders and one bubble guy from one class? Psshh that is modest for Miami!

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Hollywood View Post
                      Two first rounders and one bubble guy from one class? Psshh that is modest for Miami!

                      is it really?

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                      • #41
                        I like Brandon McGee a lot. He reminds me of Antrel Rolle.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by BRAVEHEART View Post
                          is it really?

                          Absolutely. The last 6-7 years don't count.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Hollywood View Post
                            Absolutely. The last 6-7 years don't count.
                            Why not?

                            have you seen the amount of talent we've put in the NFL the last 6-7 years?

                            Even with as bad a recruiter as Coker was we put out 1st round guys with consistency.

                            I'd be willing to bet we have average close to 2 1st rounders per year over the course of the last 10 years or so.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by JoeyJr09 View Post
                              Why not?

                              have you seen the amount of talent we've put in the NFL the last 6-7 years?

                              Even with as bad a recruiter as Coker was we put out 1st round guys with consistency.

                              I'd be willing to bet we have average close to 2 1st rounders per year over the course of the last 10 years or so.
                              The 2002 and 2003 classes both had two first rounders plus a fringe first round guy but you're right we probably do average about 2 first rounders a year for the last ten years. We need to get back to having classes like the 2001 class -

                              http://hurricanewarriors.com/joomla/...id=48&Itemid=2

                              Edit: Anyways I wouldn't say it's exactly modest but it's not far fetched either.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Hollywood View Post
                                The 2002 and 2003 classes both had two first rounders plus a fringe first round guy but you're right we probably do average about 2 first rounders a year for the last ten years. We need to get back to having classes like the 2001 class -

                                http://hurricanewarriors.com/joomla/...id=48&Itemid=2

                                Edit: Anyways I wouldn't say it's exactly modest but it's not far fetched either.

                                That's how feel, but at the same time, this new miami isn't the one of the last 10 years. The usual 1st rounders could be 2nd and 3rd rounders now, and this year and the next should be the marker as where the Canes are at for awhile. Luckily for the Canes southflorida is a hotbed for physical freaks and speedsters which should help continue Miami's draft dominance (only rivaled by OSU and USC).

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