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2010 High School Player Draft (Finish your teams)

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  • C Hroniss Grasu Encino, Ca.
    G Graham Rowley Waialua, HI


    • QB- Jeffrey Godfrey
      RB- Storm Johnson
      RB- Silas Redd
      WR- Christian Green
      WR- De'Joshua Johnson
      WR- Ricardo Miller
      LT- Shon Coleman
      LG- Kolton Houston
      C- Hroniss Grasu
      RG- Graham Rowley
      RT- Jake Mathews

      DE- Corey Lemonier
      DT- Louis Nix
      DT- Todd Chandler
      DE - David Perry
      OLB- Matt Elam
      ILB- Kevin Nelson
      OLB- Christian Jones
      CB- Terrence Mitchell
      FS- Jonathan Dowling
      SS- Lamarcus Joyner
      CB-Greg Dent


      • I want to have 3-5 judges rank the teams from 1-8, anyone have a problem with that? Post your complete rosters and any type of write up you want with it for the judges.

        That is correct comahan
        I ******* LOVE YOU DG
        <3 dg


        • QB- Jesse Scroggins (USC)
          RB- Lache Seastrunk (Undecided)
          WR- Shakim Phillips (Boston College)
          WR- Kyle Prater (USC)
          WR- Corey Brown (Ohio State)
          TE- Randall Telfer (USC)
          LT- Andrew Norwell (Ohio State)
          LG- Torrian Wilson (Stanford)
          C- Russell Bodine (North Carolina)
          RG- Zach Fulton (Tennessee)
          RT- Brent Benedict (Georgia)

          DE- Reggie Wilson (Texas)
          DT- George Uko (Undecided)
          DT- Nick Acree (Virginia Tech)
          DE- Gabe King ( Undecided)
          OLB- Khairi Fortt (Penn State)
          MLB- CJ Mosley (Undecided)
          OLB- Shaydon Akuna (Undecided)
          CB- Jaylen Watkins (Florida)
          FS- Ahmad Dixon (Baylor)
          SS- Demetrius Wright (Undecided)
          CB- Nickell Robey (Georgia)

          My team is going to run the spread offense. Seastrunk is a playmaker who is impossible to guard with a linebacker and most safetys. The wideouts are a combonation of size (Prater), speed (Brown) and both (Phillips). Brown will be the slot guy and a total mismatch with his 4.3 speed. Also Telfer is a wide receiver in a tight ends body and will be a nightmare across the middle. The offensive line is solidly put together with Norwell and Benedict as the anchors and both are supreme athletes for guys their size

          My defense should be able to get pressure on the QB with just the front four, as King and Wilson are two of the top pass rushers in the country. Uko and Acree are very athletic who can also take up multiple blockers. Fortt and Mosley will be good at stopping the run because of Uko and Acree which allows Akuna to cover tight ends and running backs. The secondary does not have a shutdown guy but Robey and Watkins are SEC bound which really shows their playmaking ability.
          Hi Mom. Send money!


          • QB: Paul Jones McKees Rocks, PA
            RB: Marcus Lattimore Duncan, SC
            RB: Braylon Heard Youngstown, OH
            WR: Chris Dunkley Pahokee, FL
            WR: Kenny Stills Encinitas, CA
            WR: Justin Hunter Virginia Beach, VA
            OT: Chaz Green Tampa, FL
            OG: Christian Lombard Palatine, IL
            C: Jose Jose Miami, FL
            OG: Chris Ward Sana Ana, CA
            OT: Arie Kouandjio Hyattsville, MD

            DE: Chris Martin Auroa, CO
            DT: Michael Thorton Stone Mountain, GA
            DT: Evan Hailes Chesapeake, VA
            DE: TJ Clemmings Paterson, NJ
            OLB: Justin McCay Shawnee Mission, KS
            MLB: Mike Hull Cannonsburg, PA
            OLB: Jamel Turner Youngstown, OH
            CB: Joshua Shaw Palmdale, CA
            FS: Latwan Anderson Cleveland, OH
            SS: Sean Parker Harbor City, CA
            CB: Cody Riggs Fort Lauderdale, FL


            With PJ as our quarterback, we get a McNabb/Big Ben type of quarterback who can make plays with his arm or legs. He has a cannon of an arm and that's why we got 3 speed recievers. Lattimore and Heard will be in the backfield together and they can make plays running or as a reciever out of the backfield. The oline is very athletic who can pass block real well. We also have maulers who can open big holes for our running backs.


            We are an attacking zone blitz defense. Martin, Thorton, Clemmings, and Turner can all get after the quarterback. Hailes, Hull, and McCay can all rush the passer as well, but they're very good tacklers and run stoppers. Shaw is very physical and will be very good in our scheme. Riggs, while small, is perfect for a zone blitz team. He has excellent hands and very good hips and breaking ability on the corner. Parker could be used as another LB in our defense. Very good tackler and a hard hitter. Anderson is a ballhawk and extremely fast. He will be our centerfielder.


            • QB- Connor Wood (Texas)
              RB- Brennan Clay (Oklahoma)
              RB/WR- DeMarco Cobbs (Texas)
              WR- Da'Rick Rogers (Georgia)
              WR- Adrian Coxson (Penn State)
              TE- C.J Fiedorowicz (Iowa)
              LT- Ian Silberman (Florida)
              LG- Trey Hopkins (Texas)
              C- Miles Dieffenbach (Penn State)
              RG- Erik Kohler (Washington)
              RT- Andrew Rodriguez (Nebraska)

              Offense- This group is explosive. Led by superstars Da'Rick Rogers and Texas-bound DeMarco Cobbs, this group can run. Brennan Clay, like Cobbs, is a very versatile running back who can do a variety of things with the football. Clay was the first San Diego-area running back to ever attain the 1,000-yard plateau in both rushing and receiving yards in one season. Rogers can stretch the field, and Adrian Coxson is very adept at making plays over the middle. Big 6'7" TE C.J Fiedorowicz gives the team a great red-zone threat, and Fiedorowicz's terrific hands make him an attractive third-down option. QB Connor Wood is calm in the pocket and can move a little bit. We will be running a spread similar to Texas', and Wood's abilities fit the scheme perfectly.

              The offensive line is somewhat light but very mobile. We decided to scrap brawn in favor of speed in order to match-up better with some of the elite speed rushers in the tournament. Since most high school players tend to rely on speed and quickness, we feel as if our gamble will pay off.

              DE- J.R Ferguson (Undecided)
              NT- Calvin Barnett (Oklahoma State)
              DT- Kelcy Quarles (South Carolina)
              OLB- William Gholston (Michigan State)
              ILB- Jeff Luc (Florida State)
              ILB- Anthony Barr (Undecided)
              OLB- Fre'Shad Hunter (N.C State)
              CB- John Fulton (Undecided)
              FS- Keenan Allen (Alabama)
              SS- Jarrick Williams (Alabama)
              CB- Tony Grimes (Undecided)

              Defense- Good luck to you if you decide to try to score against them. Ferguson, Barnett and Quarles make up a perfect three-man line. Ferguson and Quarles are big, quick and fast enough to play the ends in the 3-4. Barnett is a brick house in the middle.

              On the outside, Michigan State-bound William Gholston amassed 27 sacks this season, so you know he'll get to the QB. Like Gholston, Fre'Shad Hunter is an explosive guy who can move around, so the pair gives us the options to give a variety of different looks. Jeff Luc is the hardest-hitting LB in this class and will make you think twice before going around his middle. Luc can stuff the run with the best of them and is adequate in pass coverage. Anthony Barr is a star at either RB or LB, so you know he can run.

              Our secondary is led by a trio of DBs headed to the SEC. While Fulton hasn't announced yet, he's likely ticketed for the SEC. Fulton and Grimes are both big corners who can match up well with some of the bigger receivers they will face. Williams and Allen will make Crimson Tide fans salivate at their potential. Allen can play the deep middle efficiently and allow Williams to seek and destroy.

              3-4 aggressive defense.


              • Team JFLO

                Quarterback: Tyler Bray - Kingburg, California ****
                Running Back: Roderick Smith - Plainfield, Indiana ****
                Running Back: Jordon James - Corona, California *****
                Wide Receiver: Martavis Bryant - Anderson, South Carolina****
                Wide Receiver: Dyjuan Lewis - Indianapolis, Indiana****
                Tight End: Alex Smith - Cincinnati, Ohio****
                Offensive Tackle: James Hurst - Indianapolis, Indiana*****
                Offensive Guard: Eric Mack - Saint Matthews, South Carolina****
                Center: Nathan Clarke - Washington D.C.****
                Offensive Guard: Nick Rowland, Peoria, Arizona****
                Offensive Tackle: Matt James - Cincinnati, Ohio****

                Defensive End: Jackson Jeffcoat - Plano, Texas*****
                Defensive Tackle: Leon Orr - New Port Richey, Florida****
                Defensive Tackle: Jeff Whitaker, Warner Robin, Georgia****
                Defensive End: Brandon Willis - Duncan, South Carolina*****
                Outside Linebacker: Jordan Hicks - West Chester, Ohio*****
                Inside Linebacker: Justin Parker - Beaufort, South Carolina****
                Outside Linebacker: Josh Shirley - Fontana, California****
                Cornerback: Adrian White - DeSoto, Texas****
                Safety: Tony Jefferson - Chula Vista, California*****
                Safety: Marquis Flowers - Goodyear, Arizona****
                Cornerback: Louis Young - Olney, Maryland****

                Offense: The offense will be a run first scheme with two of the best running backs in the nation, in the north/south Roderick Smith and east/west blazer, Jordon James. Paving the way for that dynamic duo is arguably the best offensive line of the draft. Arguably two of the best tackles in the nation (James Hurst and Matt James) will not only protect the quarterback's arm but also give leeway for both Smith and James to break big runs. Underrated guards Nick Rowland and Eric Mack have the athleticism to pull and also make some key blocks.

                From a passing standpoint, there may not be a quarterback with more potential than Tyler Bray. He has massive size and, on this team, three great targets to throw to. Martavis Bryant is a A.J. Green "clone" and has the length and speed to be a gamechanger as a freshman. DyJuan Lewis is massively under the radar and has the size and hands to be a great possession receiver.

                Defense:On the defensive side of the ball, the most pass rushing threat will come from two 5-Star defensive ends in Jackson Jeffcoat and Brandon Willis. Willis is also capable of playing defensive tackle. However, playing defensive tackles are two of the most athletic players at the position in the entire nation. Leon Orr has massive size but is easily one of the, if not the most athletic defensive tackle in the nation.

                The best linebacker in the nation leads the corp as Jordan Hicks is lined up with Josh Shirley and underrated Justin Parker.

                In the secondary, Tony Jefferson will be the rangy, sideline-to-sideline type safety and could eventually move to linebacker. Adrian White is arguably the most physical corner in the nation while Louis Young is as athletic as they come.

                This team is easily the most balanced team in the draft and is capable of beating any other team.

                BoneKruser with the DOPE sig


                • QB: Devin Gardner - Inkster HS (Inkster, MI)
                  RB: Dillon Baxter - Mission Bay HS (San Diego, CA)
                  RB: Spencer Ware - Princeton HS (Cincinnati, OH)
                  WR: Darius White - Dunbar HS (Fort Worth, TX)
                  WR: Markeith Ambles - Henry County HS (McDonough, GA)
                  SL: DeAndrew White - North Shore HS (Galena Park, TX)
                  LT: Seantrel Henderson - Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, MN)
                  LG: Bronson Irwin - Mustang HS (Mustang, OK)
                  C: Dominic Espinosa - Cedar Park HS (Leander, TX)
                  RG: Quinton Spain - Petersburg HS (Petersburg, VA)
                  RT: Nick Demien - Timberland HS (Wentzville, MO)

                  SDE: Garrison Smith - Douglass HS (Atlanta, GA)
                  NT: Jay Guy - Eisenhower HS (Houston, TX)
                  DT: Taylor Bible - Guyer HS (Denton, TX)
                  JACK: Jacques Smith - Ooltewah HS (Ooltewah, TN)
                  WLB: Nick Forbes - Thomas Johnson HS (Frederick, MD)
                  ILB: David Wilkerson - Monte Vista HS (Danville, CA)
                  SLB: LaDarius Owens - Jess Lanier HS (Bessemer, AL)
                  CB: Cullen Christian - Penn Hills HS (Pittsburgh, PA)
                  FS: Eric Reid - Dutchtown HS (Geismar, LA)
                  SS: Marvin Robinson - Lake Region HS (Eagle Lake, FL)
                  CB: Dior Mathis - Cass Tech HS (Detroit, MI)

                  I'll be running a classic spread offense and it will be led by the best and a most dangerous dual threat quarterback there is. The running backs are led by Dillon Baxter who is not only a home run hitter but a serious threat at catching the ball out of the backfield. Spencer Ware is a tough power back who also has some wheels on him and is difficult to bring down. He's the perfect compliment to Baxter. Darius White and Markeith Ambles are the outside receivers and will both be tough to cover one-on-one. Slot receiver DeAndrew White is a match up nightmare. I believe the offensive line is the best in the draft, especially the left. Opposing teams are going to struggle to get to the quarterback with Seantrel Henderson protecting the quarterback's blind side.

                  I'm running a 4-3/3-4 hybrid defense. The base defense will be a 3-4 but I'm going to switch to a 4-3 when I need to generate a pass rush. Jacques Smith is perfect fit for my "Jack" position, the DE/OLB hybrid. Garrison Smith and Taylor Bible are going to be terrors on the line with Jay Guy taking up two blockers between them. The linebacking corps is led by Nick Forbes who plays outside in the 4-3 and inside in the 3-4. My front seven is definitely going to be a strength. My only weakness on defense is my cornerbacks, but I expect to generate enough of a pass rush to keep pressure off of them. Both safeties, Reid and Robinson, are excellent in coverage. The hybrid defense allows me to generate a bunch of different looks to confuse the opposing offense. I will be using lots of differnt blitz packages.


                  • FINAL TEAM

                    I really like this team, I don't think it's the best, but I think I have a tremendous spread offense set up. Reed and Jones are absolute playmakers, Dyer is awesome. Robert Bolden is about as perfect as it gets for a spread QB, he's not asked to make too difficult of throws and gets to use his athleticism. Top it off with an elite left tackle and you got yourself a fine offense.

                    Defensively, we get after the QB with Odi and TJ Stripling, our interior defensive line frees up our stud outside linebackers (both ranked in the top 40 nationally). We are a little weak at MLB, but Shembo has a lot of tools and will be a good player. In the secondary, we have 2 elite safeties, the best corner in the country IMO, and I really like Christian Bryant.

                    I had a lot of fun doing this even though it took so long.

                    QB- Robert Bolden, St. Mary's HS, Michigan - 6'4 190 ****
                    RB- Michael Dyer, Little Rock Christian HS, Arkansas - 5'9 210 *****
                    RB- Eduardo Clements, Booker T. Washington HS, Florida - 5'11 190 ****
                    WR- Trovon Reed, Thibodaux HS, Louisiana - 6'0 180 ****
                    WR- Chris Jones, Daingerfield HS, Texas - 6'0 172 ****
                    TE- Gerald Christian, Dwyer HS, Florida - 6'3 220 ****
                    LT- Robert Crisp, Athens Drive HS, North Carolina - 6'7 300 *****
                    LG- Adam Shead, Cedar Hill HS, Texas - 6'4 315 ****
                    C- AJ Cann, Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS, South Carolina - 6'3 260 ****
                    RG- Thomas Rickets, North Allegheny HS, Pennsylvania - 6'6 265 ****
                    RT- Brandon Linder, St. Thomas Aquinas HS, Florida - 6'6 290 ****

                    DE- Owamagbe Odighizuwa, David Douglas HS, Oregon - 6'3 240 *****
                    NT- Ricky Heimuli, Brighton HS, Utah - 6'4 280 ****
                    DT- Denzel McCoy, Northview HS, Georgia - 6'4 275 ****
                    DE- TJ Stripling, Southwest Dekalb HS, Georgia - 6'6 220 ****
                    OLB- Cecil Whiteside, Newport Harbor HS, California - 6'3 220 ****
                    ILB- Prince Shembo, Arbrey Kell HS, Carolina - 6'2 232 ****
                    OLB- Tevin Jackson, Garland HS, Texas - 6'3 230 ****
                    CB- Demarcus Millner, Stanhope Elmore HS, Alabama - 6'1 180 *****
                    FS- Dion Bailey, Lakewood HS, California - 6'1 195 ****
                    SS- Dietrich Riley, St. Francis HS, California - 6'1 200 ****
                    CB- Christian Bryant, Glenville Academic Campus HS, Ohio - 5'10 195
                    "Compadres, it is imperative that we crush the freedom fighters before the start of the rainy season. And remember, a shiny new donkey for whomever brings me the head of Colonel Montoya."


                    • Oooook so the recruiting jerks won't judge this so new plan! Everyone rank the 7 other teams and PM your rankings.

                      My team:
                      QB- Phillip Sims, QB, Chesapeake, VA
                      RB- Mack Brown, RB, Lithonia, GA
                      FB- Malcolm Jones, ATH, Westlake Village, CA
                      WR- Ivan McCartney, WR, Miramar, FL
                      WR- Mike Davis, WR, Dallas, TX
                      TE- Xavier Grimble, TE, Las Vegas, NV
                      LT- Jawuan James, OT, Suwanee, GA
                      LG- Giovanni Di Poalo, OL, Ventura, CA
                      C- Austin Woods, OL, Rockwall, TC
                      RG- Evan Washington, OG, DeSoto, TX
                      RT- Cedric Ogbhuehi, OT, Allen, TX

                      DE- Ronald Powell, DE, Moreno Valley, CA
                      DT- Sharrif Floyd, DT, Philadelphia, PA
                      DT- Ashton Dorsey, DT, Tyler, TX
                      DE- Corey Miller, DE, Duncan, SC
                      OLB- Javarie Johnson, OLB, Washington, DC
                      MLB- Michael Taylor, MLB, Atlanta, GA
                      OLB- Corey Nelson, OLB, Dallas, TX
                      CB- DeAndre Hopkins, CB, Central, SC
                      FS- Robert Woods, ATH, Gardena, CA
                      SS- Alex Ogletree, ATH, Newnan, GA
                      CB- Keion Payne, CB, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

                      Offense: The offense is very pro style with a focus on the ground game and multiple sets. It's led by the best pro QB Phillip Sims who has a great arm. The run game will focus on Malcolm Jones power running and Mack Brown's big play ability. Jones will line up at FB when they are both in the backfield but Jones have plenty of sets where is the single back and Brown is split wide. Ivan McCartney has the ability to be a great possession receiver and Mike Davis brings big play ability. Xavier Grimble is the best TE in the country and has the ability to stretch the seam and is also a great blocker. The OL is extremely athletic with two of the best pass blockers in the country at tackle and an amazing athlete in Di Poalo, who will be pulling a lot on the run game. The offense will have tons of play action and both zone and man run blocking concepts to take advantage of the athleticism and power of the OL.

                      Defense: Athleticism is the focus on the defense. Ronald Powell is possibly the best athlete in the entire country and will combine with Corey Miller to create a great edge rush. Floyd is a big time run stuffer in the middle and both him and Dorsey can push the pocket. Corey Nelson is an explosive linebacker you can make plays all over the field. Javarie Johnson is a huge athlete at 6-4 and is a great pass rusher and has the ability to blow up run plays in the backfield. Michael Taylor is one of the best sideline to sideline players in the country and is a very pivotal player to the defense. There aren't a better pair of safeties in the country than Robert Woods and Alex Ogletree. Woods has amazing range at 6-2 to be a center fielder and also has the ability to man up with most WRs. Ogletree is a huge punishing safety with the athleticism to stay with TEs and backs. DeAndre Hopkins is another big athlete at 6-2 and has a knack for getting his hands on the ball. Keion Payne is a great man CB from one of the best programs in the country and also has solid size. The defense front plan is relatively simple in that it will rely on the great front 4 to get pressure, though Johnson will be blitzed when needed. The coverage will be a lot more complex however. For the most part the CBs will be in press man coverage but the safeties will have both cover 1 looks with Woods roaming deep and Ogletree being an enforcer down low as well as cover 2 looks with Taylor's athleticism being used to cover the deep middle.

                      Summary: The offense will have tons of motions and shifts using the versatility of the players to create mismatches and will use the running game to set up play action often. The defense to will use their superior athletcism to man up across the board and physically dominate the opponent.

                      That is correct comahan
                      I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                      <3 dg


                      • I judged........ :(
                        Credit to BoneKrusher for the Sig
                        RIP themaninblack


                        • Yea but your rankings sucked! And no one else would vote. :|

                          That is correct comahan
                          I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                          <3 dg


                          • What are the results? Make brackets and polls, damn it!


                            • Originally posted by draftguru151 View Post
                              Oooook so the recruiting jerks won't judge this so new plan! Everyone rank the 7 other teams and PM your rankings.
                              Reading is awesome.

                              That is correct comahan
                              I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                              <3 dg


                              • I need rankings from Hollywood, Hines and CL4H.

                                That is correct comahan
                                I ******* LOVE YOU DG
                                <3 dg



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