Draft Preview: Three Games You Have to Watch.
ton of the Draft will be on display this afternoon. Here are the three I
think are the ones to watch the most.
mean, did you see Ohio State last week against Nebraska. They looked like
the best team in the nation. Watch out for Ohio State this year, they are
something to see.
6-4, 260 #48, EDGE- He is a guy you have to root for. He was a
walk on for two years and made the team as a sophomore. Last
season he garnered: 78 Tackles, 7 sacks, 1 FF, 2 FR, 8 Hurries, and
was voted 3rd team All-Big-10. The Michigan State pass rush
fell apart when he got injured in their Bowl Game against Oregon.
6-4, 303, NT/DT- He is a big running stuffing dude who
should go on Day Two. He has that knack for TFLs. He had 10.5
TFLs Last season. He also garnered 53 tackles and 2 Sacks. If he
wants to go in the 1st he needs to hit more quarterbacks.
He is a terrific run stuffer. Known as a team leader. Great at slant to the left and crushing the RB with his great size and power. He is a beast inside. He is so quick and powerful bursting to his left. He can hop around the OC, and smash into the RB behind the line.
TMIWHTMILH. Elite lateral burst to line up on the OC left, and hop right around him and tackle the RB on his right for a TFL.
2018: He has some clutch in him. He made the big stop on 4th down against Arizona ST. He can really rush up the
get to the QB. Great quick Rip over the OLG to hit the QB. He powered the OLG right off his feet, and got
to the QB and knock the ball out of the QB's hands. Great power when he has leverage.
He has to stay and play low.
Three-year letterwinner has started 29 consecutive games at nose tackle, tied for the longest active start streak on the team . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council and voted a team captain in 2019 . . . has 112 tackles in 37 career games . . . has 21.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks in his career, along with six pass break-ups and two forced fumbles . . . named to the watch list for the Outland Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top interior lineman . . . named a second-team preseason All-American by Lindy's . . . ranked the No. 4 senior defensive tackle for the 2020 NFL Draft by Gil Brandt of NFL.com . . . preseason All-Big Ten selection by Athlon Sports (second team) and Phil Steele (second
6-4, 300, DT- He
is another big DT type dude. He is one of the leaders of the
defense. He was almost 1st Team big ten last year, and should be 1st
team this year. He garnered 25 tackles, 6 TFLs, and 1,5 Sacks.
Three-year letterwinner has started 29 consecutive games at defensive tackle, tied for the longest starting streak on the team . . . has 64 tackles, including 9.0 for losses (31 yards) and 2.0 sacks (15 yards), with one interception, three pass break-ups and one blocked field goal, in 38 career games . . . his brother, Jacub, is a defensive end for the
6-2, 231. ILB- He
is the heart of the defense, the Mike. He has to prove he has the
athleticism to play in the NFL. Gaining some weight and strength
wouldn't hurt. But he can flash to the ball in the run game.
He has some great speed outside. Tough kid who got knocked out of
the game, and came back in and got the first tackle on the next
Two-year starting middle linebacker returns for his third season as the starter in 2019 . . . one of six players in the Mark Dantonio era to be named a captain twice (2018, 2019) . . . named first-team preseason All-American by Associated Press, Athlon Sports, CBS Sports, Lindy's, Phil Steele and Street & Smith’s . . . also named a second-team preseason All-American by Pro Football Focus, Sporting News, Sports Illustrated and CollegeFootballNews.com . . . named one of the top five linebackers in the nation by ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit . . . ranked among the top overall players in the nation by Athlon Sports (No. 26) and the Big Ten by CollegeFootballNews.com (No. 6) . . . rated the No. 4 linebacker in the nation by USA TODAY.
He is a returnee due to injury. He has to show he can still cover
and make plays in the passing game. He has 7 INTs and 6 PBUs in his
Three-year letterwinner and two-year starting safety has played in 36 career games with 23 consecutive starts . . . returns as one of the starting safeties in 2019 . . . two-time member of the team’s Eagles leadership council . . . has 121 career tackles with seven interceptions, six pass break-ups, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble in 36 games . . . has 108 interception return yards, needing just 16 more to break into MSU’s top 20 career list . . . two-time All-Big Ten selection (media first team in 2017, coaches third team in 2018) . . . his twin brother, Andrew, was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starting linebacker from 2015-18 . . . his younger brother, Michael, is a freshman defensive back for the Spartans . . . earned his bachelor’s degree in advertising management in December 2018 . . . two-time Academic All-Big Ten
*Josiah Scott- CB,
He should stay in school. He has to get bigger and
stronger if he wants to play in the NFL. He could be a Nickel on the
next level. He can play the ball in the air, which is an important
talent. He has the speed. Size is his biggest issue.
Talented third-year player has 43 tackles, 17 pass break-ups and four interceptions in just 17 career games, all starting assignments at cornerback . . . member of the team’s Eagles leadership council . . . named to the Jim Thorpe Award Preseason Watch List (nation’s best defensive back) . . . preseason All-Big Ten selection by Athlon Sports (first team) and Phil Steele (second
6-3, 220, RS-SR, QB,
He was a failure last season. He needed to improve last year, and he
didn't. He has to improve this season or go undrafted. He has all
the physical traits you need, but can't put it together mentally. He
struggles to read defense and Throws too many interception.
Felton Davis III- 6-4, 200, Rs-Sr, WR-
He is a big WR who can move. He was 3rd team Big Ten. He blew out
his Achilles last season and was redshirted. He is rated 11th by
Draft Scout. He is physically talented enough to be in the top ten
for WRs. He garnered 31 catches for 474 yards. He played some
special teams and garnered 524 all-purpose yards. He has a lot to prove
Four-year letterwinner had 100 receptions for 1,450 yards and 14 touchdowns in 38 career games, including 22 starts . . . suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury vs. Michigan on Oct. 20, 2018 . . . finished his career ranked 11th in school history in receiving TDs (14), 26th in receiving yards (1,450) and 30th in receptions (100) . . . 80 of his 100 career catches (80 percent) went for either a first down or a touchdown . . . snared his 100th career reception in dramatic fashion with game-winning TD at No. 8 Penn State on Oct. 13, 2018 . . . was a member of the team’s Eagles leadership council in
6-2, 216, WR- He has a chance
to get drafted with a great senior season. If he improves as much in
2019 as he did in 2018 he could slip into Day Two.
Three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at wide receiver has 101 career receptions for 943 yards and three touchdowns in 34 games, including 13 starts . . . one of 30 players in school history to have at least 100 receptions . . . has 1,504 all-purpose yards (943 receiving, 376 kick return, 165 rushing, 20 punt return) . . . has MSU’s longest active streak with at least one reception in 24 consecutive
6-3, 215, WR- He is talented WR who should stay in
Two-year letterwinner has 77 catches for 1,045 yards and six touchdowns in 22 career games, including 14 starts . . . one of 44 players in program history with at least 1,000 receiving yards . . . 50 of 77 (.649) total catches have resulted in either a first down or touchdown . . . has also topped the 1,000 career all-purpose yards mark with 1,131 all-purpose yards (1,045 receiving, 45 punt return, 41 rushing) . . . has three career 100-yard receiving outings . . . his father, Sheldon, is the executive director of player personnel and recruiting for the Spartans and previously worked 19 seasons in the front office with the Detroit Lions; he played defensive back in the NFL for six seasons
6-4, 199, WR,
While Hill is more of an inside WR, Victor is more of the big
outside WR, who has the speed to get open deep. He is a pure
potential player. He can get up high and snag the ball over anyone.
This is probably too high for him, but he flashes when he is on the
field. I think he’ll finally produce in 2019. He a ton of talented
older guys in front of him, 3 guys drafted in last year’s Draft. I
like his speed and quicks on the field and his size is top notch. He
has terrific big hands. He was more highlight Tape than starter or
contributor last season.
5-10, 217, RB, Ohio State, #2- Dobbins is a well-known RB
who has been on the national stage the past couple years. He is
terrific at following his blockers. He is great on screens. He gets
outside following his blocker and breaks towards the endzone off
#11 Austin Mack-
6-2, 215, WR– He can open fast from the slot on the
out. Great route runner. He can make a fake on the double move that
makes the CB look foolish and get wide open deep.
6’, 195, WR, Ohio
Hill is only 50 catches away from David Boston’s all time
reception record at Ohio ST of 191. He has been the Slot guy with
all the outside talent OSU has had. He will be moved outside this
season. If he could break the OSU record, he will not last long in
this Draft. He has great hands. If he is a legit 6-feet tall, he is
a Day Two lock. He runs explosive patterns that get him wide open
running down the Seam. Elite at getting open going down the seam.
continues to get open almost at will. He knows when he is going to
get open on the goal line. Very smart WR.
6-6, 310, OT/OG, Ohio
State, #75- He was
terrific against Nebraska. He was smooth and easy moving backwards
in pass pro. He looked much better than last season. He was also a
force moving forward in the run game.
is another guy who I just don’t see declaring for the 2020 Draft. He
looked good in 2018, but couldn’t stay healthy. He has to stay
healthy in 2019. He is a guy who some think is an OLG. He will go
lower than he should because of concerns about injuries. He has lost
time each season at Ohio State because of injury. If he stays
healthy and starts every game, he should declare instantly.
Jonah Jackson joined the Ohio State football program in the summer of 2019 as a graduate transfer following a four-year career at Rutgers … is expected to compete for a starting guard position along the offensive line. #76 Branden Bowen-
6-7, 325, ORG- Branden Bowen is a fifth-year senior who missed the entire 2018 season while recovering and rehabilitating a leg injury that he incurred in Game 6 of the 2017 season Maryland … Bowen practiced throughout the 2019 spring drills and he’s looking to pick up this where he left off in 2017: as a starter on the Ohio State offensive line … in 2017, Bowen battled through spring drills and fall camp and earned the right to start the opening game of the season, at right guard … excellent play kept him in the lineup for the first six games of the season, until he sustained the injury against Maryland … Bowen was the leader in offensive plays – 388 – among the starting five right up until his injury … Bowen is a veteran of 19 games along with those six starting
6-5, 265, EDGE, - It is
amazing who fast he can cross in front of the ORT just by grabbing
his hands and flashing past him, to hit the QB. He looked like a
lock to be the first non-QB picked in the 2020 Draft against
6-1, 200, CB, Ohio State, #1- He
looked like the best CB in the Draft against Nebraska. This
kid is a star in the making. Great
ball skills. Elite size. Looks like he has the speed.
plays outside on the QB’s right for Ohio State last season. That
has to count for a lot. They had a great secondary last season. Nice
speed turning and running while looking back at the QB. He is not a
strong run defender, but not a bad one. Great snap in his hips
turning and running outside. He plays on the QB’s right with great
#4 Jonathon Cooper-
6-4, 257, DE- He needs to make more impact plays. He
looked over rated against Nebraska.
Jonathon Cooper is a leader on this team, an academic stalwart and one of the top defensive ends on a defensive line full of talented players … a true senior, Cooper commands a presence on this team and is coming off a 13-start season in 2018 with 33 total games played as a Buckeye … expect his career statistics – 46 tackles; 10.5 tackles-for-loss and 5.5 quarterback
sacks. #53 Davon Hamilton-
6-4, 308, DT,- #67 Robert Landers- DT, 6-1, 285, –
6-3, 240, ILB, Ohio ST, #39- He
is finding the ball carrier in traffic so much better this season.
He could go in the 1st. He looked like a 1st against Nebraska.
He plays in a complicated defense. They like to
shift the entire front seven around before the snap. He lines up at
every Linebacker position and rarely plays the position he lines up
in first. They love to shift him all over the place before the snap.
He has the mental capabilities to play in a complicated NFL system.
OLB/DE 6-5, 247- He
is fast to the QB when he can swipe the ORT’s arms down. He has
some speed downfield. He scooped up a fumble at the 10 and almost
ran it back for a 90-yard TD against Oregon.
6-5, 291, #91, Auburn,
DL- Charge upfield too fast
without protecting the edge. Struggles to read screens.
6-5, 318, #5 Auburn- Tough
standing up OLs, but he has to find the damn RB. He can dig under
the OC and OLG and garb the RB by the foot. I like when he digs
under OLs. Nice explosion to hop past the OC right off the snap.
Nice power swim over the ORG. When he gets low and pushes the ORG up
he ahs some great power to the hole. Great hop out to eh OC right
and curl to the QB. But again, he handed the ball off.
6-5, 278, DT/5-Tech- He can get to the other side of the
line and tackle the RB when he sees it. He has nice quicks inside.
defensive end … 18 tackles for season … sack, two tackles vs.
Alabama State … two stops vs. Arkansas … first career start came
against Southern Miss … sack, PBU, QB hurry vs. Tennessee …
ejected from Georgia game for targeting … sack and forced fumble
against Liberty ... scored on a 20-yard interception return vs.
Purdue in Music City Bowl.
Returning starter at corner and nickel … 107 career tackles …
41 tackles, 8 PBU for season … four solo tackles in Washington win
… recorded six stops and a PBU against LSU … 57-yard
interception return vs. Arkansas … four tackles, two PBU at
Mississippi State … eight tackles, two TFL against Tennessee …
five solo tackles, two PBU at Ole Miss … 15-yard interception,
6-yard sack, four tackles in Music City Bowl vs. Purdue ...
preseason: Bednarik Award watch list; all-SEC 3rd team (SEC
media/coaches), 4th (Phil Steele) .
*Noah Igbinoghene- CB, 5-11, 200, -
He is a track guy who also returns Kick. Elite speed outside. He
also played some WR for Auburn. He is track guy who has the speed
but can't find a position. He will try it at CB this season.
true freshman who contributes on returns … first reception came
against Georgia Southern … 3 catches gained 24 yards vs. Mercer
… two kick returns of 26 and 23 yards vs. Mississippi State …
70-yard kickoff return vs. Ole Miss ... 174 yards on six kick
returns vs. UCF in Peach Bowl ... Academic Top Tiger.
5-11, 209, SS- 2018: Starter at strong
safety … 125 career tackles … team-best eight tackles, PBU vs.
Washington … two interceptions vs. Alabama State, including a
29-yard touchdown … four tackles vs. LSU … leading tackler with
six stops and a 40-yard fumble recovery against Arkansas … three
tackles vs. Southern Miss … eight tackles vs. Mississippi State
… six tackles vs. Tennessee … 10 tackles at Ole Miss …
career-best 12 tackles, a forced fumble and a TFL in the Texas
A&M win … nine tackles and forced a Georgia fumble … six
tackles at Alabama.
6-7, 307, OLT, Auburn, 376- Oregon didn’t rush his lane on
the first 3rd and long. Then the DT tried to swing around the OLG,
and he stoned him with two hands. Better when the big D-end
doesn’t get a great blast off and he can shuffle back and catch
him. I’d like to see more slide. He lost his feet twice in the 1st
quarter against Oregon and let the rusher get past him.
ORT, 6-5, 296, - He is a graduate transfer from UMass
who is expected to start at Right Tackle. I'll be routing for him.
Grad transfer from UMass who earned the starting job at right tackle
... started every game ... AD Honor Roll and SEC first-year academic
honor roll . UMass (2015-17): Started 20 games in two seasons …
2017 Phil Steele all-independent first team and all-ECAC second team
after starting 12 games at right tackle … played in nine games as
a redshirt freshman, starting eight, playing left guard and tackle
… honorable mention Freshman All-America … redshirted 2015
season … graduated with honors in three years with a bachelor’s
degree in hospitality and tourism management.
starter at left guard … third team all-SEC (Phil Steele) ...
started every game ... preseason: all-SEC 3rd team (SEC
media/coaches) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2017: Offensive guard gaining a bigger role … saw
significant action at LSU with injuries to Mike Horton and Casey
Dunn … made first start at Arkansas … also a starter vs.
Georgia, ULM, Alabama and in the SEC championship.
6-1, 202, CB- He very smooth moving backwards. He tends to
ignore the run. He apparent gained 11-pounds this off season. He was
listed at 191 last season, and now at 202. Which is good. He was a
good sized Corner, but thin. Adding weight will help him a lot, if
he can maintain his speed. He has elite lateral quicks and great
change of direction.
6-1, 239, LB, Florida- Smaller ILB who can play with some
power. He is an LB, not a converted DB. He will line up as the Mike
and fill the hole and meet the RB in it. He lines up at ILB. He can
bounce off a block and get inside to hit the RB. He gets wiped-out
by blockers too often. He just doesn’t seem to know how to take on
blockers. To get drafted on Day Two, he has to learn to take on
blockers better. Struggles to shed blockers at the point.
6-4, 257, RS-Sr, DL, #92- He is a guy who should go on Day
Two, but he just doesn’t have the stats. He is a big looking dude
who weighed in at less than 250. I’d like to see him on the Edge
more. He looks and plays bigger. In fact, I always picture him as
more of a 5-Tech than a D-end.
6-3, 263, Edge, Rs-Sr- Graduate transfer looking to heal his
knee and take one more shot at the NFL.
2018: Suffered a season-ending injury to his wrist on the first
defensive series of the season. Named team captain prior to the
season. Represented Louisville at 2018 ACC Media Days.
Appeared in 13 games and made five starts. Led the team with 15.5
tackles-for-loss and tied for team lead with seven sacks. Ended the
season ranked 32nd nationally in tackles-for-loss. Notched the best
game of his career at North Carolina when he tallied a career-high
three tackles-for-loss and a forced fumble. Recorded a career-best
two sacks at home vs. Kent State. Totaled a career-high nine tackles
and 1.5 tackles-for-loss vs. Boston College. Had five tackles in the
TaxSlayer Bowl against Mississippi State.
Saw action in 12 games and made one start. Made first start vs.
LSU in the Citrus Bowl where he tallied five tackles and 1.5
tackles-for-loss in the Citrus Bowl against LSU. Posted 22 tackles
and 2.5 sacks on his first year on the field. Made his collegiate
debut with five tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a sack vs.
Charlotte. Posted three tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a sack vs.
Florida State. Registered a pair of stops and picked off a pass and
returned it 42 yards against N.C. State.
Did not see any game action and redshirted.
6-2, 197, Rs-Sr, WR- This cat has the speed. He was a
transfer from Mississippi last season. He just has to put it all
together to break into Day Two.
in and started all 13 games… Led the Gators in receptions (35),
receiving yards (503), receiving touchdowns (six) and average yards
per game (38.7)… His six touchdown receptions tied Solomon Patton
(2013) for the third-highest season total by a Gator since 2009…
Returned three punts for 17 yards with a long of nine… Ranked
fourth on the team in points score (36) and all-purpose yards
(520)… Scored a pair of touchdowns against Charleston Southern in
the season opener with four catches for 34 yards and two scores…
Only Gators receiver during the season to grab multiple touchdowns
in a single game and tally three games with at least 50 receiving
yards… Totaled four grabs for 92 yards and a touchdown at Florida
State… Completed a pass for negative-three yards to Feleipe Franks
in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on a trick play.
(Ole Miss): 2017: Appeared in 10 games and started at
slot receiver in the first three games of the season... Finished
second on the team with 42 receptions... Recorded 456 receiving
yards and one TD... Had his best game of the season at Cal when he
hauled in a career-high 10 catches for 94 yards... Was Ole Miss’s
second-leading receiver at No. 12 Auburn with 89 yards off eight
catches...Recorded his first and only touchdown of the season at
Kentucky... Named Preseason All-SEC fourth team…2016: Garnered
Freshman All-America Third Team honors as an All-Purpose player from
Athlon... Earned First Team Freshman All-SEC accolades from the
league’s coaches and Gridiron Now… Captured Second Team All-SEC
honors from Athlon... Finished second on team with 49 catches, third
with 543 receiving yards and caught three TD passes... Returned four
punts for 11 yards and rushed five times for 40 yards on the
season... Ranked second among SEC freshmen with 4.1 catches/game and
third with 45.2 receiving ypg… Started each game throughout the
season at slot receiver... In his collegiate debut against Florida
State, he recorded two catches for 23 yards and a 20-yard
touchdown... Had six catches for 9a yards against No. 1 Alabama…
Grabbed a team-high seven passes for 79 yards against Memphis...2015:Did
not see action and was redshirted.
305, 6-1, OC, Florida-
He is a great and aware blocker. He can jam the NT inside with his
inside hand as he waits for the ILB blitzing from the second level.
Then shove the NT off to the ORG and stone the ILB. That is one of
the best blocks I have ever seen. He plays with great leverage,
power, and hustle. He is everything you want in an OC in the NFL,
except size. 6-1 is a very tough number for an NFL OL.
Perine- 5-11, 218, RB,-
in all 13 contests and recorded one start (Missouri)… Led the team
with 134 carries, 826 rushing yards and seven touchdowns… Caught
13 passes for 170 yards and a touchdown… Ranked first on the
Gators in total yards (996) and second in scoring (48)… Tallied a
pair of rushing touchdowns against LSU and South Carolina… Notched
100-yard rushing performances at Vanderbilt (23-121) and Florida
State (13-129)… Tallied 22 rushes of more than 10 yards… Bought
into Dan Mullen’s philosophy to spilt carries with Jordan Scarlett,
which kept them both fresh throughout a game and the entire
season… Overall, the Gators ranked fourth in the SEC in
yards per carry (5.29) and yards per game (213.15) and totaled 2,771
yards rushing on 526 attempts during the season… That mark passed
the 2007 Gators (2,602) for the program’s third-highest rushing
yardage total since the start of 1990; only the 2008 Gators (3,326)
and 2009 Gators (3,105) had higher totals… Also as a team, UF
rushed for 200-plus yards nine times, which tied the 2008 Gators for
the highest number of times it hit that mark in a season since the
start of 1996… Perine (826) and Scarlett (776) are the first pair
of Gators with at least 775 rushing yards in a season since Elijah
Williams (858) and Terry Jackson (780) both hit that mark in 1995…
Was one of three players (Scarlett, Feleipe Franks) who scored at
least five rushing touchdowns, which marked the first time UF
accomplished that feat since 2010.
@ Stanford- 10:30 ESPN:
6-6, 227, QB, Washington,
Rs-Jr #10- He looks like a top five QB in this Draft. Hebert
and Tua have the better arms. He is more a similar thrower to the
Utah State QB Jordan Love. They have similar arms, and both throw
very accurately. He has been chewing up the competition this season
with a 75% competition percentage.
was a top recruit to Georgia. And saw a lot of action as a freshman.
He had to redshirt last season to transfer to Washington and has two
year of eligibility left. I don’t see why he would come out in
this Draft. He hasn’t played in years, and I think he wants to QB
Washington for a couple of seasons. He has a nice arm and can make
all the throws. He is built like an NFL QB.
Redshirted the 2018 season due to NCAA transfer rules ... will be eligible to play in 2019, as a redshirt (fourth-year) junior ... won the Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout Squad MVP at the UW postseason awards banquet. AT GEORGIA: Spent the 2016 and 2017 seasons at Georgia ... as a true freshman in 2016, played in all 13 games, starting 12, for the Bulldogs ... completed 204-of-370 passes for 2,430 yards and 16 touchdowns with eight interceptions in 2016, leading Georgia to an 8-5 overall record and a win over TCU in the Liberty Bowl ... began the 2017 season as the starting QB, but was injured early in the
OLT, Washington, 6-8, 314-
He was a great OLT, but he is not that anymore. I do not trust him
to stay on the field. I won’t touch him until Day Three. He lost
his great agility. He will have a long time to get the strength back
in his legs, and hopefully his burst and agility as well. He looked
like he was playing on stilts too much last season.
Started at left tackle in each UW game so far this season ... named to the preseason All-Pac-12 first team ... also a second-team Associated Press preseason All-America ... also named to the preseason watch list for the Outland
6-1, 302, OC, Washington, #56- Undersized guy who might be
best for a zone blocking scheme in the NFL. But he can play.
Named to the preseason All-Pac-12 team ... also second-team Associated Press preseason All-America ... also named to the watch lists for the Outland Trophy, the Wuerffel Trophy and the Rimington Trophy ... has started each game so far this season at center ... named the UW coaches' lineman of the game following the win over
Hawai'i. 2018: Played in and started 13 out of 14 games ... started every game other than North Dakota at center ... named the coaches' lineman of the week for the win over BYU ... won the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year Award at the UW postseason awards
5-11, 196, Jr, RB- He has exploded onto the scene this
season. He looked like he might declare if he continues to be great
Named to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award ... started vs. Eastern Washington, rushing for 44 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries, with two catches for 23 yards ... new career highs vs. California, when he had 21 carries for 119 yards ... scored a 21-yard TD vs. the Bears and also caught one pass ... rushed for 83 yards on just eight carries, and had two receptions for 13 yards, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... missed the BYU game due to injury ... returned as the starter vs. USC, and rushed for a career-high 15 yards on 17 carries ... scored an 89-yard touchdown vs. the Trojans, the fifth-longest run in Husky history ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the game after the USC
#1*Hunter Bryant- 6-2, 239, H-back, Junior- He is an
undersized H-back, who could be a good player in the slot in the
NFL, as a big slot who can block outside.
Named to the preseason All-Pac-12 second team ... also named to the preseason watch list for Mackey Award ... has started each game so far this season, other than vs. Hawai'i ... started vs. Eastern Washington, finishing with a team-high six catches for 81 yards ... four catches for 40 yards vs. California ... made five catches for 115 yards, including a 47-yard TD on the third play of the game, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the game after that victory ... four catches for 49 yards in the win at BYU ... four receptions for 49 yards in the USC
5-11, 188, WR- He has a chance to be a good slot guy in
Earned honorable mention on the preseason All-Pac-12 team ... also named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award and the Earl Campbell Award ... started the season-opener vs. EWU, when he made two one-handed catches for touchdowns ... finished that game with five catches for 73 yards and two TDs ... three receptions for 40 yards vs. California ... in a start vs. Hawai'i, had five catches for 55 yards, including a 37-yard TD ... returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown at BYU, where he also caught a game-high eight receptions for 91 yards and a touchdown ... named the UW coaches' special teams player of the game after the win in Provo ... caught six passes for 68 yards in the victory over
Earned honorable mention on the preseason All-Pac-12 team ... has started each game so far this season ... three tackles vs. California ... two stops in the UW win over Hawai'i ... four tackles, including half of a sack, in the win at BYU ... made five tackles in the victory over USC, earning honors as the UW coaches' lineman of the
- 5-9, 185, Nickel- Very small guy for the NFL. Hard to
see him more than a nIckel. But he has some talent.
Named to the preseason All-Pac-12 first team ... also named to the preseason watch lists for the Nagurski, Thorpe and Bednarik awards ... has started each game so far this season ... led the Huskies with eight tackles in a start vs. Eastern Washington ... three tackles vs. Cal ... named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week following the win over Hawai'i, when he had two interceptions and a sack ... totaled four tackles in the UH game ... also named the UW coaches' defensive player of the week following the victory over the Rainbow Warriors ... led the Huskies with nine tackles in the win at BYU ... had seven tackles, including one and a half for a loss, in the victory over
6-1, 190, CB, Stanford,
Nice feet and quicks sliding back in off, and then great COD when
the WR bolts back and catch the screen, he can get to him before he
can cross the line. He has the athleticism to play in the NFL.
#72 WalkerLittle- 6-7,
309, #72, OLT, Stanford- I love
the way he grabs the DE on the inside burst, and then grabs his
shirt and almost pulls him to the ground as he pulls himself outside
to pick up the DL stunting outside. Nice power and feet moving
sideways. He can take the DE out of the play his with just his
plays better in the 2nd Half. He can look a little tight early in
the game Great strong hands that are nearly impossible to rip off
once he grabs shirt. He has really mastered the shirt grab.
6-5, 22, QB, Stanford-
He can get to his 3rd option on 3rd and long. Great seal blocker on
4th and 1.
He can get open in pattern with his size. He runs a great Dig at the marker. When he gets his hand up and see the
ball he has very soft hands. He is not thrown too as he as he
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,
or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to
petition the government for a redress of grievances:
1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written
by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of
citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want
to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article
in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:
CANNOT IMPEACH THE MORALLY- DISGUSTING,
AND DESPICABLE "Little-Mikey PENCE."
will not vote to make Nancy Pelosi President.
have to sell our souls to get Trump Treason out of office.
if that means selling out the Presidency to the homophobic,
and master of the fake morals
"The Pussy" Pence.
BARR, POMPEO, AND GIULIANI HAVE TO GO TO JAIL!
BY PENCE AFTER THE 2020 ELECTIONS:
"Attorney General William Barr, who is deeply embroiled in the Trump-Ukraine affair, doesn’t care about his place in history. “I’m at the end of my career,” he told Jan Crawford of CBS in March. “Everyone dies.”
Rudy Giuliani, the president’s fixer, who is even more deeply embroiled in the Trump-Ukraine affair, is likewise indifferent. “I don’t care about my legacy,” he told The New Yorker last month. “I’ll be dead.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, 55, who is especially embroiled in the Trump-Ukraine affair, also has his eye on an End Times cleansing. “It is a never-ending struggle,” he told a Kansas church group, describing his work for the president. “Until the Rapture.”
Poets have envisioned death in thousands of ways. Clouds, worms, reunions, virgins and more. But Barr, Giuliani and Pompeo — each in the midst of a distinct moral crisis — may have a new one. Death as sweet, sweet liberation from congressional oversight."