Draft Preview: Three Games You Have to Watch.
is a great week to be a Draft fan. In three games you can see the top four
QBs in this Draft. Some think Tua is the top guy. Lately Draftnics have
been pushing Joe Borrow to be the top pick in the Draft. I am starting to
lean towards Eason. While Herbert has dropped to clearly the fourth guy.
But this is a Draft where they could be the top four or five picks (because
Chase Young is looking, not like a 1st overall pick, but an all-time
6-6, 237, QB, #10- He
is throwing better when the play breaks down. He made a great TD
throw against Auburn when the play broke down. He took off outside,
and got his balance as he threw back to the TE in the Endzone.
6-5, 309, OL, Oregon, Rs-Sr #54-
He is good on the edge in space. He is vulnerable to the Swipe.
6-4 316, OLG, Oregon, #68- They ran behind him on the Goal line on the 2-point conversion and
converted against Auburn. Great job doubling the DT into the OC, and
going and sealing the ILB to give a great lane to the RB.
6-5, 295, OC, Oregon, #55-
He struggle against Auburn. He is a light and slight OC that has to
get stronger. He is a grabber and likes too head butt. #75 Dallas Warmack- 6-2, 316, ORG-
6-4, 226, LB, Oregon, #35-
He can get through traffic to the sideline and prevent the 1st down
with a hard form tackle out of bounds. He starts out slow. But as
the game goes on he gets more and more impressive. #32 La’Mar Winston Jr-
6-2, 227, LB-
*Thomas Graham Jr-
5-11, 197, CB, Oregon, #4- He had a great INT against Stanford. He charged the WR and grabbed
the tipped ball. He will also drop the INT.
DL, 6-3, 293, Jr-
5-9, 185, Nickel- He can shut down the big TE in the
Endzone. Impressive little slot Corner who played outside. He is as
tough as he has to be. He can cover the big guys. So he looks like
more than just a Nickel or Slot Corner.
6-6, 227, QB, Washington,
Rs-Jr- He has moved up into the top ten for me, though I
still don’t think he will declare. Right now it is a four horse
race at QB with Eason, Joe Borrow, Tua, are racing neck and neck to
the Draft, but Herbert still looks the part more than plays the
was great against Stanford and looked like the 1st pick in the Draft
to me. Borrow has been insanely good this season and is quickly
earning a nod as the 1st pick in the Draft in the SEC, for a lot of
Tua has seemed to be more quietly looking like he is holding onto
the top spot. Meanwhile Herbert has looked like a 2nd Round pick. He
is the proverbial player that looks like part, but struggles to play
the part. Comparing him to Eason is going to be fun.
OLT, Washington, 6-8, 314-
He has some fluidity back in his legs. I don’t trust him, but he
stoned the Stanford rushers like they were lava. He will miss the DE
on the quick snap. He will lunge when he gets in trouble. But it
appeared against Stanford that he lost a lot less in his broke legs
than I thought would be possible. He might still be an OLT in the
6-1, 302, OC, Washington, #56-
Undersized dud who does not play undersized. He is a tough little
bastard at Center for Eason.
#1 *Hunter Bryant-
H-back, 6-2, 239, Jr- He will drop the fast ball low and inside. He
can turn inside, on the outside pass, and block two different LBs.
He is more slot guy than WR, but he can block. Terrific receiving
#2 Aaron Fuller- WR, 5-11, 188,-
He can snag the pass low and inside. Nice ball skills. He can really
move in pattern.
Borrow is the hottest prospect in the draft. He has been
unstoppable. He is making every throw a QB has to make, and consistently
putting the ball where only his receiver can catch it. Some have
already said he is the best QB in this Draft, which means he is the Number
One pick. He is clearly having the best season of any QB in this
Draft so far.
*Saahdiq Charles- 6-5, 305, OLT-
starting left tackle for the past two seasons ... Has started at
three different positions in two years for the Tigers (17 at left
tackle, 1 at right tackle, and 1 at right guard) ... Powerful
offensive lineman that has the ability to dominant opposing
defensive linemen ... Explodes off the line of scrimmage with
powerful leg drive ... Still developing as a left tackle and has yet
to reach his potential ... Made an immediate impact in his first
year with the Tigers in 2017, starting nine games as a true freshman
... Has helped pave the way for back-to-back 1,000-yard rushers for
the Tigers in 2017 and 2018 ... In two years has played in 23 games.
playmaking wideout that excels in making the difficult catch …
Tremendous speed with great hands … Shifty receiver that is
difficult to cover … Developing into one of the top receivers in
college football … Has seen action in 19 games during his career,
starting 12 times … Has 54 career receptions for 875 yards and 6
TDs … The third of the Jefferson brothers to play football at LSU,
joining older brothers Jordan and Rickey as Tigers … All three
Jefferson brothers started during their career – Jordan played
quarterback for LSU from 2008-11 helping LSU to a 13-0 regular
season and an appearance in the BCS National Championship Game,
while Rickey played in the secondary from 2013-16.
Emerged as LSU’s top receiver in 2018, leading the Tigers in
receptions (54), yards (875) and TDs (6) … Played in all 13 games
with 12 starts … Caught at least one pass in all 13 games … Had
at least five catches in seven games, which included six on three
occasions (vs. Georgia, Alabama and Arkansas).
LSU's starting center for the second straight year in 2019 ... Developed into LSU's most consistent offensive lineman in what was his first season as a starter for the Tigers in 2018 … Started all 13 games at center a year ago and finished second among all LSU offensive linemen in total snaps with 973 … Tough and dependable player that rarely comes off the field … Missed only eight snaps in SEC games last year … Leader on the offensive line with tremendous technique and understanding of the game … Gives LSU a presence on the field as if there was a coach in the huddle … Works patiently with the younger offensive line, serving as a mentor to the Tiger
Damien Lewis I- 6-3, 332, OG-
Enters second year as a starter on the offensive line after joining the Tigers as a junior college transfer for the 2018 season … Powerful offensive lineman with tremendous leg strength … Strongest player on the team with a 635 pound squat and a bench press of nearly 500 pounds … A road grader for the Tigers up front … Punishing blocker who excels in both pass protection and running game … One of only two offensive linemen to start every game for the Tigers in 2018, joining center Lloyd Cushenberry III ... Early enrollee for LSU as he joined the Tigers for spring practice in 2018 … For career, has played and started 13 games for the
6-3, 203, LSU,
SS #9- Delpit
is the most versatile DB in this Draft. He lines up everywhere from
Slot Corner to Free Safety. But he plays his best at FS. Which
doesn’t mean he is bad in coverage like most Strong Safeties. He
can play Slot Corner. He can play outside on the WR sometimes. But
he excels at tackling RBs like he hates them. I marvel at how he can
then play over the top as a Cover Two Safety on the next play.
CB, LSU- 6’, 200, #22- He
makes the QB throw the tough pass to the WR almost every time. He
doesn’t always play the run with aggression. When the WR blocks
him, he too often grabs him and just holds on. He can slide back to
Cover One FS, which I think is interesting.
“Fulton started at corner for the Tigers in 2018 and was tied for
second on the team with 10 passes defended when he went down with an
ankle injury on Nov. 10 in a game against Arkansas.”
6-2, 308, DT, LSU, #90- When he burst into the backfield he
finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly
he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will
double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs
rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other
LSU DLs off the snap.
the Fiesta Bowl win, Lawrence gave LSU fans a highlight reel that
throws an aerosol can into the campfire of hype heading into the
Tigers' 2019 season," analyst Chris Patterson said.
"Lawrence dominated in the win, totaling four tackles for loss
and two sacks, giving credence to the idea that he is the special
sauce for LSU's defensive front."
6-2, 241, ILB/Edge, LSU, #45- He always seems to be a step
behind #40. He will get his chance to step up this season. He has a
knack for getting through the line and pressing the QB. They will
line him up on the Edge and have him rush like an Edgerusher. He has
a nice spin move outside. He has garnered 6-sacks and 14 TFLs.
Will be a defensive leader for LSU in 2019 after having a
breakout year as a junior ... Moves inside in 2019 after starting 11
games at outside linebacker in 2018 ... Good communicator on the
field ... Moved to the “Mack” linebacker position midway through
the spring and his impact was immediate ... Tough player.
6-4, 233, ILB/Edgerusher,
LSU, #6- True junior who is likely to stay in school. Not a
big impact in passing game. He was better in 2018. He has to get
better in 2019. He can read the run quick and get outside on the off
tackle run and find the RB. Nice quick burst forward off read.
Explosive moving forward. When he finds a crack, no one gets through
it faster than him. He is a run around guy, not a take on the
linebacker that has the ability and the drive to be one of the best
to ever play the position for the Tigers by the time his LSU career
is over ... Had sophomore season cut short after just one game due
to injury ... Is fully recovered and will be back at full strength
end that seems to improve with each game ... Had breakout year in
2018 with 46 tackles and 4.0 sacks ... A key member of LSU’s
defensive front ... Big-bodied defensive end that is good at
pressuring the quarterback and difficult to run on ... Plays with a
great deal of confidence ... Since arriving on campus has shed 30
pounds ... Has played in 25 games during his career, staring 12
times ... 63 career tackles with 5.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.
6-2, 185, Rs-Jr, CB, Mississippi State, #3- Long tall CB,
who some say is a shutdown Corner in the SEC. He is a guy who is
being overlooked right now. If he improves on what he did last
season he could be an easy Day Two pick and might slip into the 1st
with his size. Not good at catching the ball. He had 2 INT last
season and 11 PBU. He can be a good tackler in space on the Edge.
safety who had a solid junior season in his MSU debut ... Former
junior college secondary prospect who enrolled at MSU in January
2017 and redshirted … Took first-team reps at strong safety this
past spring ... Earned his undergraduate degree from MSU in December
Preseason All-SEC selection, who moves into a starting role at
defensive end on the strong-side and is poised for an outstanding
season in 2019 … A skilled pass-rusher with great size and burst
off the line of scrimmage … Enters his senior year, his second
season for the Bulldogs … Was a highly-coveted junior college
defensive line prospect at East Mississippi, who arrived at MSU in
January 2017 … Comes from the same high school in Georgia
(Stephenson) as former MSU All-American Montez Sweat, who was
selected 26th overall by the Washington Redskins in 2019, MSU
All-SEC defensive lineman Preston Smith, who is currently with the
Green Bay Packers, and current Bulldog graduate transfer wide
receiver Isaiah Zuber.
Leo Lewis- 6-2, 245, OLB-
instinctive linebacker who enters his fourth year as a starter …
Plays the WILL spot and is part of one of the top trios in the
country at the position, which also features Erroll Thompson and
Willie Gay Jr. … Claimed SEC Defensive Freshman of the Year honors
in 2016 by Athlon Sports and was also a Freshman All-America
selection that same fall … Played in 38 games with 35 starts and
has recorded 170 tackles, including 8.5 for loss and 2.0 sacks …
Arrived at MSU as the top inside linebacker prospect in the nation.
CAREER: Smart, instinctive, hard-hitting junior
who is one of the best linebackers in college football … Started
at Mike linebacker for the nation’s No. 1 defense in 2018 … A
preseason All-SEC selection who was voted team captain by his
teammates following the 2019 Maroon and White Spring Game … Earned
second-team All-SEC honors from The Associated Press in 2018 after
making the 2017 SEC All-Freshman Team during hi
s redshirt freshman season … Served as the backup to Dez Harris
at MLB for most of his redshirt freshman campaign but took on the
starting role late in the year due to Harris’ injury … Enters
his fourth year with the program after an outstanding high school
career in Florence, Alabama ... Heads into his junior season with
133 total tackles, including 14.5 for loss and six sacks, in 26
games played … Started 16 games during career.
CAREER: Strong, physically
imposing linebacker who is coming off a breakout sophomore campaign
… The Preseason All-SEC honoree enters 2019 as a candidate for the
Butkus Award ... Teams with Erroll Thompson to form one of the elite
linebacker tandems in the country … Started six games at WILL
linebacker for the nation’s No. 1 defense in 2018 … A local
product that reunited with his former defensive teammate Kobe Jones
of Starkville High School … Heads into his junior season with 71
total tackles, including 7.5 for loss and six sacks in 26 games
played … Started six games during his career.
State- 6-2, 310-
He played OLG in 2018. He moved over to Center for the 2019 season.
impressive offensive lineman who has appeared in 26 games …
Replaced 2018 NFL Draft pick Martinas Rankin as starting left tackle
last season … Totaled 17 starts on the offensive line … Enters
his second straight season as a starter after a strong sophomore
campaign … Transitioned from left tackle to right tackle this
big-play threat who can stretch the field and was the team leader in
receiving yards (440) during his first year with the program in 2018
… Expected to be a strong target at the ‘X’ spot … Has the
size and speed to go up and make plays.
190, Sr-Sr, WR-
shifty slot receiver who enters his fifth year with the program …
Also a major contributor in the return game with one touchdown to
his credit … Came to MSU after a brilliant prep career in Memphis
… Provides great experience with 36 career games played and eight
starts … Team’s active career leader in receiving touchdowns
with seven heading into 2019 … Also has 46 career receptions for
527 yards … Longest catch of his career is 44 yards.
Farrod Green- 6-4, 240, TE-
and experienced tight end with a great motor who can both catch and
block … Enters his fifth year with the program and will once again
be a leader on the offense … Punishing blocker, especially on
numerous touchdown runs during the last three seasons … Because of
his physical ability, has also seen action on special teams …
Played in 38 games with 21 starts … Goes into his senior season
with 31 catches for 376 yards and one touchdown … Longest
reception of career is 62 yards.
athletic, lockdown graduate transfer that will make an immediate
impact at wide receiver this season … Has major conference
experience after playing three season at Kansas State and leading
receiver crops for the Wildcats … Left Kansas State with 127
career reception with 11 touchdown catches, both 10 top career marks
for the Wildcats … Accumulated 1,321 career receiving yards …
Has at least one catch in 31 of his 38 career games at K-State with
multiple receptions in 30 contests.
6-1, 218, QB,- He is tough
to take out of the top spot. He has been great. Borrow is the hot
guy, who also has the size. He has to stay healthy this season and
show his size s not a deal breaker at #1 overall. He is also
throwing it better this season.
love how he throws on the run. He will through the ball a little
late and behind on the Slant. He
can find the TE on the 3rd or 4th guy and put it right in his TE’s
hands. He is really finding guys later in the progression this season.
job throwing to only where his WR can catch it. He throws those
inside slants with elite accuracy to give his WRs the ability to run
after the catch. The slant is designed for run after the catch.
Terrific job dumping in off when the coverage is great.
WR, , 6-1, 192- They lined
him up in the slot more as Smith started going nuts.
WR, , 6-1, 175, Jr- He
reminds me of Antonio Brown, only hopefully with the chaos.
Ruggs III- 6’, 190, WR-
A pure speed guy, who blazes downfield after the catch.
6-2, 230, RB, - He can catch
it in traffic and run for the TD right in the middle of the field.
6-6, 310, ORG/OLT-
He has very long arms, and plays at arm’s length very well.
6-6, 308, ORG- They like to
run behind him.
6-7, 312, 5-T/DT- Nice job
absorbing the double and grabbing the RB on short yardage. They
still double him when Alabama rushes four. Not a great stunter. He
gets too high twisting around the other DT.
6-3, 266- He is not as
explosive as Lewis, but he finds the ball behind the line much
6-5. 252, Edge,-
He can find the RB on the edge when they run at him. I don’t think
he did that nearly as well last season. Great explosion inside on
short yardage, when he is all out trying to stop the run.
has to tackle the QB better. He has to find the QB better. He will
step into he flat sometimes, and cover the RB sneaking out of the
backfield. He can look a little shaky doing that. He looks better in
zone drop over the middle.
6-2, 207, CB- He is right on
the WR’s shoulder as he crosses over the middle. Terrific size to
cover the big guys. He can shed the WR at the point, and hit the RB
swinging outside behind him.
6’, 195, #5, CB/Nickel-
Terrific covering the RB out of the backfield, and can get to him as
he catches it behind the line. Super speed when he can get
aggressive moving forward. #15 *XavierMcKinney-
6-1, 200, SS, - Nice blitzer
up the gut and can get past the OC and flush the QB. He can step in
front of the slot WR and almost catch it, but he doesn’t have
great hands. However, anything he does in coverage makes him so much
more valuable on Draft Day. Very aware player in the middle of the
field in traffic, and will dive on the fumble a few yards in front
of him. He is a tackling machine in the middle of the field.
(2019): Worked in a
rotational role early as a freshman before suffering a season-ending
foot injury late in the year ... provided depth in the defensive
line room as a sophomore, working in all 15 games ... earned the
starting defensive end spot during the fall before suffering a lower
leg injury at South Carolina. Duke: Totaled five stops against the
Blue Devils, including half a tackle for loss (-1 yard). New Mexico
State: Finished with two tackles, including one sack (-11 yards) ...
added a forced fumble in the home opener. South Carolina: Exited the
game early with a lower leg injury that sidelined him for the second
half ... recorded two tackles prior to his injury.
6-3, 235, ILB- Junior
(2019): Out due to injury.
6-3, 217, QB, Jr– I like his game. If he can get a little
more consistent he could be a good one in the NFL.
(JUNIOR): Was 19-for-27 throwing for 194 yards and three touchdowns, adding 25 rushing yards and a touchdown on the
ground. 2018 (SOPHOMORE): Started all 13 games… recorded a 134.99 QB rating … completed 238-of-415 passes for 3,107 yards and 24 touchdowns, while also rushing for 474 yards and seven touchdowns … finished sixth in the SEC in passing
6-4, 204, WR, Jr– He has a chance to be a great one.
He just needs more consistency.
2019 (JUNIOR): Caught a pass for 12 yards, returning from a preseason injury, in the win over Texas
2019 (SOPHOMORE): Made his first start, making three tackles in the season-opening win over Texas
State. 2018: Appeared in one game before redshirting due to a season-ending
injury. 2017 (FRESHMAN): Accumulated 33 tackles, six tackles for loss, three sacks and a forced fumble in 13 games ... named to the Freshman All-SEC
(JUNIOR): Was in on three tackles, adding a pair of QB hurries in the win over Texas
State. 2018 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 13 games, was fourth in total tackles with 40, tallied 10.5 TFL totaling 38 yards, 5.5 sacks for 31 yards lost and led the team with five QB hurries … registered three tackles and a sack for an 8-yard loss against No. 2
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.
#58 Jonathon Greenard-
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.
2017: 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.
#12 Van Jefferson-
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. HE has been showing some great
hands this season.
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.
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.
#2 Lamical Perine- 5-11,
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.
6-6, 310, NT/DT,
Carolina, #3- He plays in a
lot of odd fronts. He is a tall rough and tough DT. Great talent and
physical specimen. If he can put up better stats in 2019 he could go
late-1st early-2nd. I’m just not convinced he can. But when he is
good he is as good as it gets in this Draft.
6-5, 260, Edge- Honors
candidate at the Buck position as he returns for his senior
campaign... a two-time SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week
selection... one of just three sophomores who was named a permanent
team captain in school history... has appeared in 31 games over the
past three seasons with 18 starts... owns 100 career tackles
including 20.0 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks... named a Dr. Harris
Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete during the spring game.
Junior who suffered through an injury-plagued season... limited
to five games, all starts... credited with 11 tackles, including 3.5
tackles for loss and a pair of sacks... made three tackles against
Coastal Carolina, including 1.0 for loss, before leaving the game
with a sprained ankle... returned from a five-game hiatus to have a
big day in the Tennessee win, with three tackles and 2.0 sacks,
including a sack on UT’s final play... named SEC Defensive Lineman
of the Week for his efforts... with brother, Dylan, earning SEC
Defensive Lineman of the Week the same week, became the first set of
brothers to earn league honors the same week... had a key fumble
recovery in the Ole Miss win... missed the final three games due to
the ankle injury... a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
linebacker who is the leader of the defense... all-star candidate in
his final season for the Garnet & Black... has started every
game over the past two seasons... has collected 206 career tackles
including 15.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks... sat out the spring
while recovering from off-season surgery.
6-3. 215, WR, SouthCarolina,
#89- He was a good and
productive player for them. He was named Offensive MVP in 2017. Then
he garnered the strength and conditioning off season award this
year. They are expecting big things from him this year. If he can
step up his game another level this year, he will be an early Day
6-3, 315, OL, RS-Jr– Senior
offensive lineman who returns for his sixth season... a leader up
front... can play either center or guard... has appeared in 38 games
making 26 starts including 12 at center, 10 at left guard and four
at right guard... named the Joe Morrison Offensive Player of the
Spring. 2018: Fifth-year junior offensive lineman who started all
13 games, the first 12 at center and the Belk Bowl at right guard...
also played left guard against Kentucky and Akron... nominated for
the Rimington Award which goes to the nation’s top center... one
of four players honored by the coaches following the season with the
Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete Award... graduated
in December with a degree in sport and entertainment management...
was a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Gamecocks’ top rusher on the 2018 squad returns for his senior
season with the Garnet & Black... hopes to remain injury-free
and put together his best season in 2019... has appeared in 29 games
over the past three seasons with 19 starts... has rushed for 1,669
yards on 322 carries, a 5.2-yard average, with a dozen touchdowns...
ranks 23rd on the school’s all-time rushing list... owns six
100-yard rushing games, including a career-best 226-yard effort, the
sixth-biggest single-game rushing day in school history... has
scored 15 career touchdowns... was limited in the spring with a
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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:
we can't impeach and remove #TrumpTreason
American Democracy is Dead.
might as well just throw our Constitution into
Republican bathrooms, so everyone with
(R) next to their names can wipe their asses with it.
single week, he is caught committing another act of Treason
is an Impeachable act, and more and more often
commits more than one crime that is Impeachable