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  1. Lmao guess I have to continue to build up my defense if I am going to be able to compete with you in the future.
  2. I don't know if @TheTodd15 is doing it on purpose but, I also saw that he is recruiting a OLB and a ILB from the same school too lol. Maryland must not have a lot of high schools lmao.
  3. AAC Recruiting Update Week 4 After a long wait, the most magical time of the year has arrived. Yes folks that's right!! #CROOTMAS is finally here after weeks of waiting and praying that Santa would be good to you, recruits were able to fully commit to a team for the first time this season. Some teams in the AAC left happy with the recruits they signed in Week 4, while others were forced to pickup the pieces after losing out on the recruits they targeted. Before I get into the recruiting rankings there are some things I need to mention first. I will be writing the recruiting updates this year and will try my best to get them posted on either Tuesday or Wednesday nights. There are no National rankings for the recruits listed but, the position ranking of the recruit will be listed if they are in the Top 100. Please PM me if you notice any errors or anything that I could add in future updates. Recruiting Rankings Navy Conference Ranking: 1 National Ranking: 15 Total Commits: 4 Commits WR6 WR Ty Simmons 5-10 170 Fr St. Frances Academy (Baltimore MD) 1.0 of 5.0 [Speed] QB6 QB Robert McCoy 6-1 205 Fr St. Frances Academy (Baltimore MD) 1.5 of 5.0 [Scrambling] K3 K Mike Cobb 6-0 173 Fr Hotchkiss School (Lakeville CT) 1.5 of 4.5 [Accuracy] LS4 LS Justin Slack 6-2 254 Fr Gilman School (Baltimore MD) 1.0 of 4.5 [Specialized] This week: Navy picked up two of the best and most exciting high school football players in the state of Maryland. Robert McCoy QB and Ty Simmons WR, both attend St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, MD and have troubled high school teams in Maryland for years with the connection they have on the field. The two will look to continue their success at Navy in the coming years. The other two recruits that Navy signed are not as exciting but, are valuable none the less. Navy signed the 3rd best Kicker in the nation, Mike Cobb and signed a very talented Long snapper Justin Slack. Tulsa Conference Ranking: 2 National Ranking: 19 Total Commits: 7 Commits ILB22 ILB Cole Hare 6-0 231 Fr Afton (Afton OK) 1.0 of 5.0 [Will] OLB23 OLB Bryan Thompson 5-11 216 Fr Weatherford (Weatherford OK) 1.5 of 4.0 [Blitz] WR 15 WR Martin Donahue 6-1 158 Fr Madill (Madill OK) 3.0 of 3.5 [Speed] TE27 TE Zaire Dudley 6-0 241 Fr Broken Bow (Broken Bow OK) 1.0 of 4.0 [Blocking] TE46 TE Michael Lord-Adamson 6-2 230 Fr Hominy (Hominy OK) 1.0 of 4.0 [Blocking] OT35 OT Jeremy Levesque 6-5 297 Fr Newcastle (Newcastle OK) 2.0 of 3.5 [Pass Blocking] N/A WR Kenyan Rollins 6-2 159 Fr Port Neches-Groves (Port Neches TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Speed] This Week: Tulsa is off to a nice start with this year's recruiting class. They look to boost their Linebacker corps with commits like ILB Cole Hare and OLB Bryan Thompson. These guys will likely be the leaders of the Tulsa defense in the next couple of years. On the offensive side of the ball, they added some depth to their roster with the signings of two 4-star Tight Ends and two 3.5-star WRs. Southern Methodist Conference Ranking: 3 National Ranking: 28 Total Commits: 2 Commits RB10 RB Glenn Church 5-10 205 Fr Pine-Richland (Gibsonia PA) 1.5 of 5.0 [Power] ILB9 ILB Donald Bowen 6-3 241 Fr Joaquin (Joaquin TX) 2.0 of 4.5 [Mike] RB Glenn Church telling Coach Time he's committing to SMU This Week: SMU signed two top recruits this week as they have continued to recruit well for the past few seasons. SMU has done an excellent job of bringing in top recruits from not only Texas, but from all over the country as they signed 5-star RB Glenn Church from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania this week. Church will likely be the replacement for former 5-star recruit Stephen Cunningham, who has already rushed for 900 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. Cunningham is a Junior so he will have to decide at the end of the season if he wants to declare for the NFL Draft early or not. Either way, Church will have a lot to live up to in the coming years because of the impact Cunningham has had on this team. ILB Donald Bowen is another recruit that will have to replace a leader on this SMU team. ILB Abdul Leggett has risen to be a leader on this SMU defense and will graduate at the end of this year. East Carolina Conference Ranking: 4 National Ranking: 34 Total Commits: 2 Commits RB 11 RB Noah Butler 5-9 220 Fr Jacksonville (Jacksonville NC) 1.5 of 4.5 [Power] WR30 WR Shadrias Lewis 6-0 151 Fr Trinity (Trinity NC) 1.0 of 4.5 [Speed] This Week: East Carolina coach @Weeze56m might have had some regrets about letting RB Amir Turner Jr. transfer to Missouri last year but, he won't have them much longer as he went out and signed 4.5-star Running Back Noah Butler. It will be interesting to see how Butler will be used in the next couple of years with star QB Kyler Wilson leading the offense. Butler could be used to simply open up the passing game on a weekly basis or he could be the "go to guy" in goal line situations. Speaking of passing, ECU also signed 4.5-star WR Shadrias Lewis from Trinity, North Carolina. This will give Kyler Wilson another good target to throw to and this offense could be unstoppable by the time Kyler Wilson reaches his Senior year. Tulane Conference Ranking: 5 National Ranking: 54 Total Commits: 14 Commits K26 K David Roe 6-0 215 Fr LaSalle (Olla LA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Power] DE95 DE JaQuan Bennett 6-3 261 Fr Huntsville (Huntsville TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Contain] OLB56 OLB Maxim Lund 6-4 235 Fr South Grand Prarie (TX) 2.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] ATH17 ATH Delmetrice Finley 6-1 247 Fr Joaquin (Joaquin TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blitz] WR67 WR Simon Finley 6-0 201 Fr Poteet (Poteet TX) 3.0 of 3.0 [Target] OT49 OT Antonio Carmichael 6-7 265 Fr Kashmere (Houston TX) 1.5 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OG67 OG Derek Birch 6-1 326 Fr Haughton (Haughton LA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] N/A CB Shamar McNeill 5-10 197 Fr Wink (Wink TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] OLB79 OLB Martin Duke 5-11 235 Fr Mandeville (Mandeville LA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Coverage] LS26 LS Calvin Stuart 6-2 241 Fr Frankston (Frankston TX) 2.5 of 3.5 [Specialized] N/A CB Odel Slaughter 5-11 190 Fr Oak Forest Academy (Amite LA) 2.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] DT67 DT Kai Bradford 6-7 298 Fr Anson (Anson TX) 2.0 of 3.5 [2-Gap] ILB45 ILB Ayawamat Dodson 6-3 259 Fr Wylie (Wylie TX) 2.0 of 3.5 [Mike] ILB46 ILB Beckett Parish 6-3 230 Fr Seminary (Seminary MS) 2.5 of 3.5 [Will] This Week: Tulane will lose 8 of their starters to graduation at the end of this season. With so many Seniors on this Tulane team it is no secret that they need depth and they need players who can start right away. Wide Receiver Simon Finley might not be the best recruit of all time, but this guy is ready to play on Saturdays. Tulane Head Coach @anonemuss has handling the lack of depth in the best way possible by signing 14 solid recruits in the first week of commits. Houston Conference Ranking: 6 National Ranking: 59 Total Commits: 3 Commits DE20 DE Tank Shelby Jr. 6-2 269 Fr Wylie (Wylie TX) 1.5 of 4.5 [Contain] FS40 FS Captain Posey 6-0 195 Fr Elsik (Houston TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] OT59 OT Ned Schaffer 6-7 306 Fr Poteet (Poteet TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] This Week: Houston has really struggled the past two seasons. Houston's roster has talent but, it is still young and hasn't hit it's stride yet. A lot of Houston's struggles have come from it's terrible defense, that has allowed an average of 33 points to it's opponents this season. There is no doubt that Houston Head Coach Curby4 kept this in mind when recruiting 4.5-star DE Tank Shelby Jr. Shelby Jr. could be the player to turn this defense around and get Houston back on the right track. Shelby Jr. will likely start as soon as he gets on campus and will be a key player for this Houston defense in the next 4 years. Cincinnati Conference Ranking: 7 National Ranking: 83 Total Commits: 2 Commits ILB37 ILB Christopher Mize 6-2 236 Fr Triway (Wooster OH) 3.0 of 3.5 [Will] LS9 LS Dylan Hummel 6-0 269 Fr Jackson-Milton (North Jackson OH) 1.0 of 4.5 [Specialized] This Week: Not a lot to mention about Cincinnati's recruiting this week but, they did sign 3.5-star ILB Christopher Mize, who will fill a weakness for them at Inside Linebacker. Wize will most likely start as a freshman and will join a strong Cincinnati Linebacker corps that consists of 4.0 star OLB Raphael Jacobs and 4.0 star OLB Carlos Singletary. South Florida Conference Ranking: 8 National Ranking: 86 Total Commits: 20 Commits K20 K John Mulligan 6-4 205 Fr Inlet Grove (Riviera Beach FL) 1.5 of 3.5 [Power] RB57 RB Bryce Dawson 5-8 181 Fr Baker (Baker LA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Speed] N/A OLB Levi Everett 5-11 226 Fr Florida Christian (Miami FL) 1.0 of 3.5 [Coverage] TE39 TE Tyshaun Hubbard 6-5 200 Fr Brackett (Brackettville TX) 1.0 of 3.5 [Receiving] N/A ILB Elijah Worley 6-4 248 Fr Gaither (Tampa FL) 2.5 of 2.5 [Mike] N/A DE Luka Hobson 6-7 261 Fr Port Charlotte (Port Charlotte FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Contain] N/A QB Dillon Cornell 5-11 196 Fr Pineville (Pineville LA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pocket] N/A OT Avery Mcgraw 6-5 334 Fr Lutcher (Lutcher LA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] N/A OT Zion Santana 6-6 328 Fr Coconut Creek (Coconut Creek FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] N/A OG Timothy Harding 6-2 255 Fr Martin County (Stuart FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] LS48 LS Oliver Hoskins 6-2 240 Fr Eunice (Eunice LA) 1.5 of 3.0 [Traditional] SS87 SS Levi Adamson 6-0 186 Fr Angelo Rodriguez (Fairfield CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] N/A DT Esteban Chacon 6-6 282 Fr Hertford County (Ahoskie NC) 1.0 of 2.5 [2-Gap] N/A WR Kilohana Konishiki 6-3 213 Fr Poteet (Poteet TX) 1.0 of 3.0 [Target] N/A ILB Kamar Lindsey 6-2 240 Fr Desert Eagle (Scottsdale AZ) 1.0 of 2.0 [Will] FS62 FS Jaylen Eason 6-2 207 Fr Hillsborough (Tampa FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] RB98 RB Cyrus Patterson 5-8 200 Fr Lake Gibson (Lakeland FL) 1.0 of 3.0 [Power] N/A WR Mohamed Downing 6-0 189 Fr Azle (Azle TX) 1.0 of 2.5 [Speed] OLB97 OLB Levi Dubois 6-4 217 Fr Horizon (San Diego CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Coverage] N/A WR Tion Myles 6-4 198 Fr Olympic Heights (Boca Raton FL) 1.0 of 2.0 [Speed] This Week: A positive for USF is that they currently have the most signed recruits in the AAC at 20. However, that is where the positives end as USF is left without a coach at the moment and has not done well recruiting. Hopefully, USF will get a new head coach soon so that this team can go back to being successful. Central Florida Conference Ranking: 9 National Ranking: 97 Total Commits: 1 Commits OLB76 OLB Tierre Rawls 6-4 232 Fr Inlet Grove (Riviera Beach FL) 1.0 of 4.0 [Coverage] This Week: UCF only signed one player in Week 4 but, OLB Tierre Rawls will continue to add depth to this talented Linebacker corps at UCF. Central Florida has been a good team this year that will most likely make it to a bowl game. If this team continues it's success it will likely see a lot of recruits sign very soon. Temple Conference Ranking: 10 National Ranking: 112 Total Commits: 2 Commits OLB44 OLB Matt Vaughn 6-0 228 Fr Lake Highland Prep (Orlando FL) 2.5 of 3.5 [Blitz] PR3 PR Cory-Aundre Simpson 6-0 201 Fr Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg PA) 2.0 of 3.5 [Specialist] This Week: A team that is normally in the top of the recruiting rankings in the AAC isn't this week and it's quite odd. However, there is no need for Temple fans to get nervous as Temple is still battling on multiple 5-star recruits. One 5-star recruit that Temple is currently leading on is the number one Center in the nation, Graham Marlow from Groveton, Texas. Connecticut Conference Ranking: 11 National Ranking: 127 Total Commits: 5 Commits LS28 LS Jabari Covington 6-1 241 Fr Notre Dame (Lawrenceville NJ) 2.0 of 3.5 [Specialized] N/A DT Evan Hager 6-6 296 Fr Ocean City (Ocean City NJ) 1.0 of 3.0 [2-Gap] N/A WR Marcus Banks 6-5 234 Fr Taft School (Watertown CT) 1.0 of 3.0 [Target] SS46 SS Marc Patton 6-2 180 Fr Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey NJ) 1.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] N/A DE Marlon Tapia 6-5 240 Fr Notre Dame (Lawrenceville NJ) 1.0 of 2.5 [Contain] This Week: Connecticut has been without a coach all season but, it really doesn't seem to matter on the field as Connecticut is 4-2 and has a good chance to make a bowl game by the end of the season. Connecticut may not miss having a coach on the field but, they might miss having one when it comes to the recruiting trail because they have seemed unorganized in targeting recruits this season. Memphis Conference Ranking: 12 National Ranking: 138 Total Commits: 1 Commits RB79 RB Jaylin Whitehead 5-10 213 Fr Tucker (Tucker GA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Power] This Week: Memphis is at the bottom of the AAC rankings this week but, Memphis is currently in the hunt to sign a lot of players at the moment. Memphis doesn't seem rushed to sign the greatest recruiting class ever, they simply want to find the right pieces to help their program succeed. I like Memphis's approach to recruiting, they know what recruits they want and dedicate a lot of time to them. RB Jaylin Whitehead will add much needed depth to the RB position.
  4. I changed some things that helped a lot. The rest of my schedule is a lot easier so hopefully I can get some wins.
  5. Man this one hurts lol. GG Rice! @Bubada
  6. Hopefully, I can turn it around next season or I might have to try a different team.
  7. Curby4

    [2023] Week #5 - TNF

    Tough game. Didn't expect to win but, didn't expect lose this bad. Still trying to figure out the best game plan though.
  8. It was hard to see how good Vaughn and Latta were based on their college stats. Both only started one season but, their stats were not great when compared to other programs. Latta had under 1,000 yards and Vaughn had 1,059 yards. Both of them also had only 12 rushing touchdpwns. Programs like USC and Notre Dame had running backs who rushed for over 1,500 yards and had more than 20 touchdowns. Just based on college stats alone it is difficult to say that LSU has had better running backs than say USC or Notre Dame. This could be from LSU having talent at other positions or it could be from only having one year of stats to go on.
  9. Running Back U I am back with another Position U and today, we will be acknowledging the Top 10 programs that have produced the best running backs in CFBHC. While picking the Top 10 programs of QBU, I noticed dominant programs like Missouri , Florida State , and Wisconsin . This was not the case however, when it came to picking the Top 10 programs of RBU. Almost every college football program has had talented running backs and many have had more than one. Some programs like Auburn and Florida State rose above the rest of the competition but, I cannot fail to mention the smaller programs like Western Michigan , which may soon be in the Top 10. Just like last time, I chose my Top 10 programs based on where their running backs were drafted, their stats, individual awards, and the longevity of their NFL career. I was torn between Florida State and Auburn on who to give the number one spot to but, I ultimately went with Auburn because they have the only running back to win a Heisman (Jaz Durant). The 10th and final spot was also tough because I was trying to decide between Florida and LSU . Florida's running backs had better college stats than LSU but, LSU has had running backs that were drafted higher and have had better NFL careers than that of Florida's running backs, so I went with LSU for the final spot. *Heisman Winner ^Doak Walker Award (2x Winner Sterling Brown (Texas) ) Top 10 RB Programs 1. Auburn Notable Running Backs: Rob Blackmon (2010-2013), Lionel Dickinson (2012-2015), Ben Offerdahl (2013-2017), *^Jaz Durant (2015-2018), and Jermaine Lockett (2016-2019) 2. Florida State Notable Running Backs: Tony Peaks (2010-2013), Akili Wallace (2012-2015), ^Mike Latta (2013-2016), and Elijah Harden (2016-2019) 3. UCF Notable Running Backs: Trace Buchanan (2010-2013), Travis Diana (2011-2014), Buzz Etcheverry (2012-2016), and ^DeNorris Jackson (2016-2020) 4. Oklahoma Notable Running Backs: J.J. Hammond (2010-2013), Greg Hadnot (2012-2015), Sean Egloff (2014-2018), and Maurice White (2018-2022) 5. Wisconsin Notable Running Backs: Asante Sowell (2014-2018) and Jamal Trufant (2018-2022) 6. Texas Notable Running Backs: ^^Sterling Brown (2012-2015) and Simeon Wells (2019-2022) 7. Oregon Notable Running Backs: Shawn Anderson (2013-2016) and ^Trevon Yeldon (2018-2021) 8. USC Notable Running Backs: Chester Henson (2011-2013), Jerry Rambo (2013-2015), and Bernard Shook (2018-2021) 9. Notre Dame Notable Running Backs: James Bush (2010-2013), Nick Engelberger (2013-2016), and Kalei Keil (2017-2020) 10. LSU Notable Running Backs: Vaughn Abraham (2011-2013), Ed Latta (2011-2014), Jayden Huff (2017-2020), and Kenyon Randall (2017-2021) Honorable Mention Kansas Virginia Tech Florida Mississippi State Iowa Boise State Purdue SMU Western Michigan Once again let me know what teams should be higher or lower on this list. Also let me know what teams or players I missed entirely.
  10. Curby4

    [2023] Week #4 - FNF

    Might have found my RB. Myles Hester looks a lot better than Christanson.
  11. Well.... I played the run and still couldn't stop McFadden lol
  12. Holy crap! Rice is good and I'm scared
  13. Curby4

    [2023] Week #3 - FNF

    Kyler Wilson for the Heisman!
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