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I don't think Moody has had that much of an effect on the defense, he make a bit of a difference in the run game but the main reason FSU's defense has been playing better is they cut down on penalties and improved 3rd down defense. They played very well against OU outside of some penalties and a couple big plays. They even played well against Clemson but had huge penalties that allowed Clemson drives to continue (and score 21 points), and Wake it was a mix of both and the offenses turnovers.

Nigel Bradham has been nicely rounding into form this season as well, he's actually played very well but has made a couple of costly penalties on 3rd downs. But he's a guy with great triangle numbers, experience playing different LB positions and will have a ton of experience (3 years starting and leading tackler) who has also grown into a vocal leader. I think he could be a very nice 2nd rounder who could fit into any defense.
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DE Jake Bequette from Arkansas is absolutely owning SCAR's RT.
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DE Jake Bequette from Arkansas is absolutely owning SCAR's RT.
Well our RTs have both been Freshman...but yes.
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Yea I was flipping between all the games last night but it seemed like anytime I had the ARK - SC game on Jake Bequette was in the backfield making plays.
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Week 10:
*Brandon Taylor SR SS LSU: Had an amazing game against Alabama, made tackles behind the line of scrimmage consistently, was sound in coverage. Just having an all around great year, and if he keeps this level of play up, he could jump Bama safety Mark Barron as the #1 SS in the draft.


*Tyler Lockett FR WR Kansas State: Great game for him, sick return man much like his brother was. Great open field speed, and if he rounds out more as a receiver he could be a good one.


*Devonta Freeman FR RB Florida State: The Noles have found their running back, very elusive player, runs low to the ground, hard to find and can really make people miss. Will watch his development over the years I am sure.


*Brandon Jenkins JR DE Florida State: Arguably the best game he has played this season. Was great against Colorado, showed strength and quickness off the edge, consistently got into the backfield and was absolutely hell to block.


*Emmanuel Lamur SR OLB Kansas State: Big tall athlete, rangy, kind of a linebacker slash safety but has a lot of potential. Consistently makes plays on the K-State defense and has an outside shot at the NFL I feel because of his upside and physical size and speed.


*Kevin Graf SOPH OT USC: That USC offensive line is rounding out, Graft is a very athletic player, gets down field and blocks with the best of them. Is one to watch on that USC line in the future.


*Bobby Hart FR OT Florida State: A promising young offensive tackle for Florida State. Fine athlete, moves defenders with ease it seems, good base on him, could be a stud tackle in the next few years.


*Jake Bequette SR DE Arkansas: Like others have said, played great but did it against a young guard moved to tackle. Still, improving his stock in a very deep and talented defensive end class.


*Ron Brooks SR CB LSU: Will see his name called draft day. Big time athlete, tall, strong, can play in the box and can cover. Should be a great late round draft pick for any team.


*Clyde Aufner SR OT Kansas State: Not a super star, but like his athletic ability on the field. Good athlete, gets down field blocking, plays with good technique, just needs to get a little stronger.


*Chris Harper JR WR Kansas State: Former Oregon QB transfer, not receiver, has a big thick body, great lower body strength. Catches the ball effortlessly and has decent speed, a promising prospect for the 2013 draft possibly.



Disappointed:
Tyrann Mathieu SOPH CB LSU: Still love his potential like most, but that play he did against Kirkpatrick was just dirty. I admire toughness and strength, but doing what he did on that special teams play was just cheap. Much less the fact he got beat in coverage by some moderately average receivers on Alabama at times. Still a great looking prospect, but took a slight step back this week in the 'Game of the Century', which did not disappoint.
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I thought Eric Reid was the best S on the LSU defense last night. He had more tackles (6 to 5) than Taylor, and the huge INT in what turned out to prevent what would have been the only TD on the night and meant an LSU loss. He also set the tone early with a hard, fumble causing hit to Richardson on the first play of the game. Most of his tackles came early, but he really did set the tone for the D and had the biggest play of the night.
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Also like to see some love for Sanu. His 5th 10-catch, 100 yard game of the year. He also showed up most when his team needed him, which I really like to see from a big time prospect. 7 catches for 60 yards on the game-tying drive late, including a 1-handed miracle catch on 4th down.
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Timmy Jernigan FR-DT FSU Was in the backfield alot making plays. I watched him and i know it was against BC but he just blew up the guy across from him.
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Week 11:
*D.J. Swearinger JR SS South Carolina: Outstanding young safety prospect, came out of nowhere this year. Is great in coverage, fine skills and technique, tackles well, chases easily. Could argue he is the 2nd best strong safety prospect in the junior class.


*Isaiah Johnson SOPH SS Georgia Tech: Another fine safety, young player that really gives great effort on the field. Willing to lay out and put his body in harms way. Nice looking safety who one needs to keep an eye on.


*Chris Rainey SR RB Florida: Never been a fan of the guy, especially early in his career. But hard to argue with what he is doing now, quick, hard to tackle, is using more than just his speed in the open field. His improved quickness and lateral escape ability really is increasing his draft stock. More of a NFL runner and not just a gimmick college trick play threat.


*Tommy Streeter JR WR Miami FL: Has huge arms and hands, great in jump ball situations and is an outstanding end zone target. Much improving over past seasons, and if he comes back for his senior year he could really turn into a good prospect I feel.


*Andrew Jackson SOPH ILB Western Kentucky: Talked about him earlier, just realized I categorized him incorrectly and put him under my senior list. Best thing is he is only a sophomore, just thick with some more conditioning and game experience, he could be an outstanding prospect. Great talent, and played quite well against #1 LSU this weekend.


*Ryan Hewitt JR FB Stanford: What players they have at Stanford, loved Marecic last year, and now they have another player just like him who is a better pass catching target and just as aggressive as a blocker. Super talent, and I would put him as the #1 potential talent FB this year if he came out.


*Brandon Wilds FR RB South Carolina: He has a good offensive line blocking, but this kid can run too. Good quickness, good speed, runs hard, can take a hit and still gain yards. Another fine SC back, and just think how good Wilds and Lattimore will be next year sharing carries.


*D.J. Fluker RS SOPH OT Alabama: Kid has tree trunks for legs, seriously one of the biggest offensive tackles around in terms of his leg base. Absolutely huge, and improving his pass protection, and is already a masher as a run blocker.


*Logan Thomas SOPH QB Virginia Tech: Improving a lot as the season goes on, nothing to not like about his size, and if he keeps improving on his decision making and passing ability, absolutely great prospect here, part of a stellar sophomore QB class.


*Terrence Owens SOPH QB Toledo: Love his athletic ability, really good looking athlete, could be a possible receiver, but also has an interesting arm. Nice talent and is one to watch out for and see him develop in the MAC.


*Adonis Thomas SR RB Toledo: Good back, nice speed, love his quickness, big time speeder prospect as a runner. Might go undrafted but I could see him get a shot at the NFL potentially.


*Eddie Pleasant SR SS Oregon: Great athlete, really impressive his switch to SS. Really strong upper body, tackles well, improving in coverage, nice developmental prospect and since he is so good physically he might get a shot just because of his upside.


*Jordan Matthews SOPH WR Vanderbilt: Moved him up the list again, what a receiver, part of a great sophomore class of receivers. But this kid is good, awesome hands, thick lower body, good overall body control. Just an elite receiver that could develop into something great.


*Brandon Mitchell SOPH QB Arkansas: Next great Arkansas QB? Possibly, huge man, long arms, and will get his chance in time.



Disappointed:
Seantrel Henderson SOPH OT Miami FL: Played here and there against Florida State. Still very disappointed, cannot play the entire game, coming off injury, but even last year he was in and out. Has great power but simply is not that athletic, sad coming from a former overall #1 OT prospect in the nation, and was 1st in his class since he was in 8th grade it seems.

Mark Barron SR SS Alabama: Still a fine safety, but with the improved play of other safeties in the nation, I doubt he is the first strong safety taken in the draft. Great tackler, but just so so in coverage, not bad but not having the years others are having.
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Marvin McNutt had a huge game for Iowa. 8 for 130 and a TD. Also had a 19-yard run. 4 straight 100 yard games, and 7 out of 10 this year. The latest of which came against what was the 7th ranked pass D in the nation coming into Saturday.

McNutt has passed Nick Toon for me and is now my #5 WR behind Blackmon, Floyd, Jeffrey, and Sanu. He's only 53 yards behind Justin Blackmon in receiving yards this season, and his team doesn't throw constantly like Oklahoma St does.
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Actually Pleasent doesn't play SS any more. He struggled a bit in more of a FS role, but he plays the "Rover" in our D, which is a hybrid SS/OLB where he can basically just roam around and make plays. He's a BEAST in that role, and has enough athleticism to play in coverage, but does need some coaching up.
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Week 12:
*Leonard Johnson SR CB Iowa State: Had a sick game against arguably the best receiver in the nation. Very competitive, stayed with him, played the ball well in the air, and tackled when he needed too. Great game and seriously shot his stock up at least 7-10 spots and is not quickly becoming part of that second tear of solid corner prospects for the upcoming draft.


*David Amerson SOPH CB NC State: Hard to argue with his production, quite a ball hawk, and attacks the football in the air just like a receiver. Has great hands and if he rounds out his game more, he will be a 1st round pick potentially at corner.


*Kelechi Osemele SR OT Iowa State: Just gets better and better in my book. Great size, very thick, does not get pushed around, does not get beat by speed despite being his size. Overall solid lineman and should be a 1st round pick.


*Jared Barnett FR QB Iowa State: Had one heck of a game for Iowa State. Big time game on National television and he preformed, was their entire offense at times. Made big throws and showed a lot of athletic ability and ability to throw on the run.


*LaRoy Reynolds JR OLB Virginia: I like him as an athlete, he runs well, is active on the field, ok at rushing the quarterback as well. Not a bad prospect and is part of improving Virginia defense.


*Marcus Martin FR OG USC: Is a flat out mauler, really gets after in run blocking. Aggressive player, nice size and strength, could be a fine prospect in the years to come.


*Jacob Lattimer SR OLB/DE Iowa State: Liked him last year and he still does his thing, gives good effort off the edge and could be a fine late round pick for free agent signing for any 3/4 defensive team.


*Marqise Lee FR WR USC: Had a really great game, big time speed in the open field, quick, hard to bring down and has solid hands. Gains good seperation as well and is part of a very undersized but very fast class of freshman receivers across the nation.


*Deon Broomfield SOPH CB Iowa State: Another defensive back that stood out to me for Iowa State. Made very good tackles in the open field for Iowa State, and is part of a surprisingly solid secondary, which was even solid last year as well.


*Rhett Ellison RS JR TE/FB USC: Really increasing his stock I feel. Showing he can play full back as well as tight end. Always been a great blocker, aggressive at the point of attack and could be a fine full back or H back in the NFL for a power running team.


*Khaled Holmes JR C USC: Having a fine year, former guard moved to center and is part of a stellar USC offensive line playing great overall football.





Disappointed:
Morgan Moses SOPH OT Virginia: Did not like how he played, got beat a few times by speed off the edge. Had a strong freshman year but still has a little ways to go to become an elite level offensive tackle. Has the size but still needs to work on some things, in time he should be ok though.
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Leonard Johnson made himself a lot of money on Friday night. I think he's a sleeper for late 2nd round now. 4 year starter, doesn't have great measurables and isn't a ballhawk, but is probably as physical as any CB in this draft. Going to be a guy that will press at the line of scrimmage and can turn and run a little. Appears to also be as technically sound as any CB in the draft.

Osemele seems to be very underrated and I'm not sure why. He has plenty of experience. And for someone who is projected to NOT be able to play LT at the next level, he sure doesn't show it in the college game. I honestly think Osemele could be the next Carl Nicks if you put him at G at the next level. But if not, I don't see any reason why he could not play OT, and possibly even LT if he has to.
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Any love for Montee Ball?
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Looks like someone watched a lot of the Iowa St. - Okie St. game.

Also, I like Osemele but he is pretty injury prone. Anyone think that's going to scare teams away?
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another disappointment player:

C Mike Brewster. He had 3 or 4 lousy snaps out of the shotgun. Has had a ton of bad snaps this year after virtually never having bad snaps during his previous 3 years as a starter. Doesn't really make sense, just another part of the turmoil this senior class at Ohio State is going through this year.
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We cant replace Alshon's talent so easily, but Brandon Wilds has really put me at ease for life after Lattimore.

109 yards 2 Tds ; 4 receptions 55 yards against the Citadel this week. Pretty much the numbers he's been consistently putting up since taking over for Lattimore, regardless of opponent.
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Looks like someone watched a lot of the Iowa St. - Okie St. game.

Also, I like Osemele but he is pretty injury prone. Anyone think that's going to scare teams away?
He has had his share of injuries, but I don't think he's ever missed a game. Played in every game as a RS freshman, and started every game in 2009 and 2010. I don't believe he's missed any full games this year, though he has left a few early. I don't think you can call that "prone". He's a 360lb lineman, he's going to have his nicks.
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He has had his share of injuries, but I don't think he's ever missed a game. Played in every game as a RS freshman, and started every game in 2009 and 2010. I don't believe he's missed any full games this year, though he has left a few early. I don't think you can call that "prone". He's a 360lb lineman, he's going to have his nicks.
This is true, I'm not sure he's missed a start. But I have seen him leave a number of games early. I'm pretty sure he didn't finish the Iowa game this season or last, can't remember which.

I'm not sure if it's bad luck, where guys fall on his leg or something, or if he just gets dinged up a lot. But earlier this season there was a noticeable difference between his play while hurt, so even if he doesn't miss a game it still shows. He seems to have recovered to be beastly, but there is evidence over the last 2 seasons at least where his injuries have had a negative effect on his play.
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*Tramain Thomas SR SS Arkansas: Absolutely outstanding game, kid was sick against LSU. All over the field, tackled aggressively in the open field, was solid in coverage and hit hard ever chance he had. I would not be surprised to see his name come off the board very late 1st or the 2nd round.


*Cornellius Carradine JR DE Florida State: Playing like a man the last two weeks. Big strong kid, really getting good pressure on the quarterback. If he comes back for his senior season he could really develop into an elite DE.


*Matt Elam SOPH SS Florida: Another safety that played a great game, was really aggressive tackling, has not issues handling his man and making plays. If he keeps up his development and proves solid in pass coverage he could easily be one of the best safeties in his class.


*Kenny Hilliard FR RB LSU: Another beast back for LSU, playing more now and doing a lot with his carries. Big kid, 240 pound back with speed. Could develop into a monster down the road.


*Brad Smelley SR TE Alabama: Might be the best game I have seen him play. Played aggressive, made key catches in the passing game and blocked well. One of many solid H-back type tight ends in the up coming draft.


*Kris Burd SR WR Virginia: Has a hard road with so many receivers in the draft, but he could be a sleeper. Nice body, good hands, plays aggressively and can make catches in traffic.


*Julian Miller SR DE West Virginia: Played very good for WV, could be an ideal 3/4 DE potentially, can rush the passer very well and has the size to stuff the run as well.


*Zac Stacey JR RB Vanderbilt: Another surprise on Vandy, a very stout runner, thick legs, hard to take down. Could have a real standout year next year for a much improved Vanderbilt team.


*Jay Wooten SR K South Carolina: Has not kicked much, but against Clemson he shot some bombs. Great leg, had wonderful arch on the kicks and accuracy. If he can kick it as far as he showed against Clemson, he could get a shot at the next level potentially.


*Nick Gentry SR DE Alabama: Another possible Alabama standout, one to watch in the bowl game, good pass rusher from his DL spot. Might be a solid sleeper prospect.
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I was really impressed with 2 guys this past weekend. Texas A&M scored on their 1st drive then the Texas defense just took them out of the game. Keenan Robinson - olb - was all over the field. Looks like a great will in a 4-3 scheme.

Kevin Zeitler - G -Wisconsin destroyed PSU's dt's all night. Devon Still and Jordan Hill. Showed good movement when asked to pull. Wouldn't take it as a negative for Still(He had the flu from prior to the OSU game and didn't practice all week) but a positive for Zeitler. Hill is a good junior dt and got wiped out all game.

Anyone know much about Kenny Vaccaro - FS - Texas? Wasn't even listed as a starter pre-season. But, he's playing very well. Guy on our Pats site says he's playing better than any FS in the country. Haven't seen Texas much. He did make a nice Int against the Aggies covering Jeff Fuller on an out.
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I thought Rueben Randle had a really good game. His 9 catches and 134 yards were both season highs. I feel like whenever I've seen him play, all he catches are WR screens and go routes. But he showed the ability to sell the go route and run the 12-15 yard out. He showed he could find the space in a zone. He ran a solid slant pattern and a good comeback route. Showed good ability after the catch, especially when DBs tried to tackle him high. Also, adlibbed and caught a big pass when Jefferson got outside the pocket. Best game he's played this year, IMO.

Also, Terrance Ganaway for Baylor had a huge game, especially after RG3 went out.

Alfonso Dennard also was strong against red hot Marvin McNutt.

Jeff Fuller easily had his best game in a loss to Texas.

oh and Denard was beastly.
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I thought Rueben Randle had a really good game. His 9 catches and 134 yards were both season highs. I feel like whenever I've seen him play, all he catches are WR screens and go routes. But he showed the ability to sell the go route and run the 12-15 yard out. He showed he could find the space in a zone. He ran a solid slant pattern and a good comeback route. Showed good ability after the catch, especially when DBs tried to tackle him high. Also, adlibbed and caught a big pass when Jefferson got outside the pocket. Best game he's played this year, IMO.
He just might end up being my 3rd ranked WR. If he had even slightly competent QB play, I think he'd be getting first round talk. He's a very talented athlete - 6'3, explosive, great hands, great body control, can stay low and accelerate out his breaks and he has an impressive feel for the position for someone who's only played WR three years in his life.
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the thing is warren normans comin back so he might lose some carries, but he is an amazing running back. Set Vanderbilt season records in Rushing yards and Rushing TDs, just a lil tank
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Kevin Zeitler - G -Wisconsin destroyed PSU's dt's all night. Devon Still and Jordan Hill. Showed good movement when asked to pull. Wouldn't take it as a negative for Still(He had the flu from prior to the OSU game and didn't practice all week) but a positive for Zeitler. Hill is a good junior dt and got wiped out all game.

Anyone know much about Kenny Vaccaro - FS - Texas? Wasn't even listed as a starter pre-season. But, he's playing very well. Guy on our Pats site says he's playing better than any FS in the country. Haven't seen Texas much. He did make a nice Int against the Aggies covering Jeff Fuller on an out.
I did not get to watch that Texas vs A&M game. Robinson played that well, that is good, he was flat out awful against Oklahoma earlier in the year.

So Zeitler really did that well against Devon Still? That is impressive if he did, Still is a good player.

As for Vaccaro and someone saying he is playing better than any safety in the country. I do not buy that and call total BS. He is good and but no where near the best safety in the country I think.

Guys like Matt Elam, DJ Swearinger, Brandon Taylor, Eric Reid, Bacarri Rambo, Winston Guy etc.... are all having great years at safety just to name a few of the many.




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Yeah he is a good player, playing better and better with the improved quarterback play. However I think he should wait and come out next year. Doubt he would ever go ahead of Blackmon, Floyd or Sanu and maybe even Jeffery. Alshon would be wise to go back for his senior year as well.
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