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    SageBow got a reaction from npklemm in [2022] First Quarter Pro Bowl Candidates   
    Right now, I think Pro Bowl locks are:
    QB Nick Hall, Las Vegas, AFC
    RB Sean Bell, Cleveland, AFC
    WR Raheem Robinson, Jacksonville, AFC
    TE Scott Howard, Los Angeles Chargers, AFC
    DE Carlos Washington, Pittsburgh, AFC
    DT Bob Ballard, Houston, AFC
    OLB Tyrone Jones
     
    QB Aaron Devereaux, New Orleans, NFC
    RB Kenyon Randall, Detroit, NFC
    WR Sean Jenkins, New Orleans, NFC
    TE Curtis Henry, Carolina, NFC
    ILB Daleroy Smart, San Francisco, NFC
    CB Keyshawn Thompson, Lions, NFC
     
    I really like the odds for Aaron Shea to make the team, just can't lock him in yet. Otherwise, I think its too early in the season to tell for a lot of the other guys, or there's enough competition in their spots.
     
    Guys that need to step it up: QB Darrell Murphy, RB Vaughan Abraham, CB Cameron Newhouse, FS Randall Jones. I think all 4 can turn it around. 
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    SageBow got a reaction from npklemm in [2022] First Quarter Pro Bowl Candidates   
    Right now, I think Pro Bowl locks are:
    QB Nick Hall, Las Vegas, AFC
    RB Sean Bell, Cleveland, AFC
    WR Raheem Robinson, Jacksonville, AFC
    TE Scott Howard, Los Angeles Chargers, AFC
    DE Carlos Washington, Pittsburgh, AFC
    DT Bob Ballard, Houston, AFC
    OLB Tyrone Jones
     
    QB Aaron Devereaux, New Orleans, NFC
    RB Kenyon Randall, Detroit, NFC
    WR Sean Jenkins, New Orleans, NFC
    TE Curtis Henry, Carolina, NFC
    ILB Daleroy Smart, San Francisco, NFC
    CB Keyshawn Thompson, Lions, NFC
     
    I really like the odds for Aaron Shea to make the team, just can't lock him in yet. Otherwise, I think its too early in the season to tell for a lot of the other guys, or there's enough competition in their spots.
     
    Guys that need to step it up: QB Darrell Murphy, RB Vaughan Abraham, CB Cameron Newhouse, FS Randall Jones. I think all 4 can turn it around. 
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    SageBow reacted to Suffocation in [2022] Around the FCS: Week 4 Recap   
    FCS Week 4 Review
     

     
    Week 4 saw the conference level out again with all teams now having participated in 3 games each. 2 teams lost their unbeaten title for the year while another managed to grab the first win of the season. Fairly small selection of games this week, with week 5 offering a huge amount of FCS action, week 4 could be considering ‘the calm before the storm’.
     
    Now every team has played a few games, I’ve decided to include a ‘next up’ section after each game report just to offer some insight into the coming weeks.
     
    Saturday, November 17th, 2018
    Afternoon
    North Dakota (2-0) at Air Force (0-2)
     
    Game Report:
    Perhaps the most interesting out of conference game this year for FCS teams, all eyes were on Star Quarterback Robbie Koehler and the Fighting Hawks as they travelled to Colorado Springs to take on the 0-2 Air Force Falcons.
     
    Not the result the FCS hoped for as North Dakota took their first loss of the season but it a was a valiant first half effort which saw ND score all 21 of their points and enter the break tied. Unfortunately, defensive adjustments and a punt returned for a touchdown in the third quarter helped the Falcons regain control of a close game.
     
    Robbie Koehler and Co showed the could ball at the next level with the quarterback throwing for 290 yards, 3 touchdowns and an interception. His receivers were busy with Herbert and Zuniga surpassing 100 yards and finding pay dirt three times between them.
     
    North Dakota Fighting Hawks  21 – 31  Air Force Falcons  
     
    Next Up:
    North Dakota have sustained their first loss of the season but will be feeling confident going into a bye week in which they can regroup and get prepare for 3 game stretch at home. The conference is certainly still wide open and with an offense that leads the FCS in yardage, I’m not sure we will see many more defeats this year.
     
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Eastern Washington (0-2) at Delaware (2-0)
     
    Game Report:
    After two very close and competitive games that were decided by 1 score, Eastern Washington visited 2-0 Delaware and finally managed to get the goose egg out of their win column.
     
    Eagles quarterback Samuel Connor continued to ball out, throwing for 300 yards and 3 touchdowns whilst their leaky defense managed to do just enough to slow down the Blue Hens. They picked off Jeffrey Guzman twice and held him to just 140 yards through the air and also contained the ground game conceding just 37 yards.
     
     Eastern Washington Eagles  34 – 24  Delaware Blue Hens
     
    Next Up:
    Eastern Washington have to feel good to finally get a win, they will stay on the road to face Harvard and will be looking to their defense for a repeat performance as they try to stop Freshman Cameron Whaley from running wild. Their offense continues to put up good yardage (3rd in total offense) but will be facing a stingy Harvard defense (4th in total defense) so its set up to be an interesting game.
     
    Delaware travel to Louisville next week for their out of conference game. I’m sure they would’ve been happier facing the Cardinals with a 3-0 record and a stronger showing on offense but they will go into next week with every intention of causing an upset and coming away with the FCS’s first every out of conference victory.
     
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Youngstown State (0-1) at North Dakota State (2-0)
     
    Game Report:
    The only undefeated team to play this week that managed to stay undefeated, the Bison took control of the game by the half, leading 21-0 and despite taking their foot off the gas in the second half, cruised home to move on to 3-0 for the year.
     
    The Bison attack had great balance, throwing for 232 yards, 2 touchdowns and rushing for 121 yards, 1 touchdown. Defensively they had a solid outing aswell holding the penguins to just 205 total yards of offense and forcing 2 turnovers.
     
    Youngstown State Penguins  21 – 30  North Dakota State Bison
     
    Next Up:
    Youngstown State return home next week to face Northern Iowa, both teams will be looking at this game as a must win as they both rank towards the bottom in terms of total offense, defense and turnover differential. I can see the game coming down to whoever can protect the football.
     
    North Dakota State stay home for their 3rd consecutive home game, facing the 0-3 Montana Grizzlies. They will be looking to stick to winning ways and reach 4-0 before their bye week. North Dakota boast a great offensive attack (1st in total offense) but will need to work on defense as they’ve given up the third most yards in the conference.
     
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    BYE: Harvard (1-2), Illinois State (3-0), James Madison (2-1), Montana (0-3), New Hampshire (1-2),Northern Iowa (0-3), South Dakota State (0-3).
     
    Conference Standings
     

     
    Season Statistics
    Offensive Leaders
    Yardage
    -          Passing
    1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 1144 yards
    2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 982 yards
    3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 775 yards
     
    -          Rushing
    T1. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 393 yards
    T1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 393 yards
    2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 321 yards
     
    -          Receiving
    1. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 372 yards
    2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 369 yards
    3. Nicholas Murphy (Eastern Washington) WR – 266 yards
     
     
    Touchdowns
    -          Passing
    1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 14 TDs
    2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 10 TDs
    3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 8 TDs
     
    -          Rushing
    1. Ronan Bentley (North Dakota) – 7 TDs
    2. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 5 TDs
    *T3. Willie Peters (James Madison) RB – 4 TDs
    *2 other backs with 4 rushing touchdowns.
     
    -          Receiving
    1. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 5 TD’s
    *T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 4 TDs
    *T2. Percy Brown (Eastern Washington) WR – 4 TD’s
    *1 more wide receiver has 4 touchdowns.
     
    Offensive Line Average
    1. North Dakota – 4.47
    2. North Dakota State – 3.68
    3. Eastern Washington – 3.5
     
    Defensive Leaders
    Tackles
    1. Felipe Wallace (Illnois State) OLB – 19 tackles
    2. Ron Singletary (Illinois State) ILB – 16 tackles
    3. Dillion Dickson (North Dakota) OLB – 14 tackles
     
    Sacks
    1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 4 sacks
    T2. Calvin Webb (North Dakota) DE – 3.5sacks
    T2. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 3.5 sacks
     
    Interceptions
    T1. Tristan Garrison (North Dakota) FS – 2 INT
    T1. Franklin McCloughan (Harvard) CB – 2 INT
    T2. A large number of defensive players have 1 interception
     
    Team Statistics
     
    Total Offense
    1. North Dakota – 1193 yards
    2. James Madison – 1142 yards
    3. Eastern Washington – 1127 yards
     
    Total Defense
    1. North Dakota State – 767 yards
    2. Illinois State – 805 yards
    3. Montana – 868 yards
     
    Turnover Difference
    1. North Dakota State - +2
    2. Eastern Washington - +2
    T2. North Dakota - +1
    *One more team on +1
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    SageBow got a reaction from mahrowkeen in [2022] Around the FCS: Week 3 Recap   
    SageBow on who’s better at calling run plays: Him or Northern Iowa's ManxBronco. “I don’t compare myself with anybody,” Then he rolled up his sleeve and showed a tattoo of Cameron Whaley. “I’ll let you interpret that however you want,” SageBow said.
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    SageBow reacted to acewulf in [2022] Week #4 - 1 PM   
    wait.  Culver didn't lose.
     
    NEVA LOST
     
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    SageBow reacted to bingo415 in [2022[ Week 3 Power Rankings, Part Deux (The Rest)   
    Ron Thomas scoots in to add to the Broncos' misery on Sunday afternoon
     
    Stability comes in many forms. It can be comfortable to always perform the same (so far the Rams, Jets, Cardinals, Seahawks, 49ers, and Chargers have all had the same negative outcomes for every game this season), and in some capacities, it can take the form of one player consistently carrying his team (read: Aaron Shea, returning from injury; and Christian Skaggs, doing Skaggs things). We're starting to see some stability pop into place, especially at the bottom of these rankings. And this week is no different. Here's Part Two of this week's Power Rankings, celebrating the leftovers of the NFLHC. May they all find stability somewhere.
     
    Remember, if you don't like where you are in these rankings...play better!
     
    13. Cincinnati Bengals (+8)
    14. Indianapolis Colts (+12)
    These two had the biggest gains on the weekend, and were perhaps victims of some really early injury problems prior to Week 3. The Bengals (really, Sila Lotamalu) broke Todd Jennings and then broke the Broncos with Joel King-to-Adrian Jankowski, wash, rinse, repeat. Not only did the Bengals shut down the Broncos completely, they made one of the League’s formerly elite defenses look entirely out of their element. In the competitive AFCN, the Bengals still have an uphill battle, but they do appear better armed for the fight. The Colts knocked off the Eagles with a complete game from both sides of the ball. Shea and Bartos were excellent, so was the OLine, and the Defense was excellent, especially the DLine. 5 sacks is impressive, no matter the opponent. Corralling Allan Taylor is even more eye-popping. Both teams, when healthy, will have something to say about their stacked division races.
     
    15. Atlanta Falcons (-1)
    16. Buffalo Bills (-4)
    17. Dallas Cowboys (-3)
    18. Carolina Panthers (+1)
    19. Denver Broncos (-8)
    These are the remaining “Best of the Rest” for 1-loss teams (Washington’s also got only one loss, but they are a cut below right now). The Falcons gutted out a win with Donald Culver getting his first start, but smartly relying on Akili Wallace and their excellent DEs Early Davis and Eric Jennings. The Bills, fed a bit of their own medicine by the Texans DLine, looked average without Matt Jones (even though Kamau Davis is about the best backup in the League) to fall to 2-1. The Cowboys actually played pretty well: Burnett was somewhat effective and the running game had some spunk; but still couldn’t keep up with the Lions’ firepower. The Cowboys appear to be capable of fighting with Washington for the 2nd spot in the East, and MIGHT give the Eagles a problem or two as well. The Panthers, fresh off a not-so-impressive tight win over the Chargers, are above the Broncos simply because they have a healthy quarterback. Carolina has absolutely no impressive wins, and actually have some work to do to keep up with the Falcons, to say nothing of the world-beating Saints. The Broncos lost their offensive leader Jennings, a player that is asked to do many things to keep the O humming, and promptly looked terrible after he went out. Their first road test of the season could not have gone worse, and are now stuck with a backup that has very little experience. They’ll try to learn from the Falcons and lean on a fabulous RB, a good OLine, and an experienced Defense. We’ll see, but don’t hold your breath. HOT TAKE: only one of these teams will make the playoffs. Take your pick.
     
    20. Washington Football Club (--)
    21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-6)
    22. Kansas City Chiefs (+2)
    Perhaps the Chiefs should have moved up a bit higher with their very nice win over the Patriots. They got a good day from Ryan Harris, a great day from Terrence Rodgers, and an elite day from TE Spec Davidson. The Chiefs may also be the primary beneficiary of the Todd Jennings injury in the AFCW. It’ll take some more work from Mimsy, but KC might have a track on an AFC playoff spot. The two teams above them, however, are in a fight for the claim of “2nd best” in their own divisions. Washington got a much-needed win over the Seahawks on the strength of another Ricardo Reed masterpiece (100+ yards, highest rating on the team) and Tre’Davious Dikes showing up with a Pick and a Poke. It wasn’t pretty, and Seattle isn’t good, but a win’s a win. The Bucs have yet to show a consistent presence in yet this season at all. Currently 0-2 against the AFC West, and licking wounds from a beatdown by the Raiders in Tampa, no one knows exactly which Bucaneers team is going to show up. Heiden is, once again, the lone bright spot on this squad…when’s he going to get some help from the defense, and DeNorris Jackson?
     
    23. New York Jets (-5)
    24. Los Angeles Rams (-2)
    25. Chicago Bears (-1)
    These three had heaps of expectations to deal with this season, and have thus far laid big fat eggs. The Jets just can’t seem to find the answer on defense, and have been troubled by big offenses all season. Wegert has not lived up to his past few seasons, either. Whether that has to do with the complete lack of a reliable running game is worth conversation, but I think it more has to do with a deteriorating receiving corps. I suppose that was easy to see after the losses in the off-season, particularly free agency, not to mention the normal ebb and flow of franchise life. Chicago, on the other hand, came into the season with at least me on the bandwagon for improvement, if not contention in the North. They haven’t put it all together yet in any way, even though it’s becoming clear that Mohammed Foster IS starting to settle into the position better, primarily with the help of David Gaines and Vaughan Abraham. But the real head-scratcher for me is the Rams. They’ve gotten old and slow incredibly quickly, and even the League Commissioner was seen speculating on the tenure of the Rams head coach. Murphy doesn’t have it anymore, at least as his expected level, and he’s getting no help from the OLine at all. More surprising is the vacuum at playmaker on defense. Previous Rams vintages thrived on takeaways and pressure. They’re producing none of those things at present, and are most certainly in danger of missing the playoffs, even in their wretched division.
     
    26. Minnesota Vikings (-1)
    27. New England Patriots (--)
    28. New York Giants (--)
    One win for each of these teams, but not much to show for it. Giants put up a little fight against the Jaguars, but wasted a nice day and high YPC by OJ Carano. Curious that Khairi Bryant hasn’t shone in the way we all had expected. Is he over-matched? Out-manned? Not getting any help to take away double-teams? Yes, is the answer to all questions with the Giants. The Vikings are the current Invisible Middle Child in the NFLHC—honestly, how many people think of the Vikings AT ALL, besides their FO? Answer is: I almost always forget to write something about them because nothing really exciting ever happens. Yes, this is harsh (I’m still salty they wouldn’t consider a trade option this summer …). But still, be better Vikings. And the Patriots have loads of talent but are hampered by questionable coaching and perhaps a too-long-in-the-tooth backfield desperate for an infusion of youth and spark. All three of these teams are looking squarely at sub-8 wins at their present configuration. Shake it up! Try something new! Or else, you’ll be back here again next season…
     
    29. Seattle Seahawks (--)
    30. San Francisco 49ers (--)
    31. Los Angeles Chargers (--)
    32. Arizona Cardinals (--)
    I was tempted to move the Chargers up a bit with a decent showing against the Panthstars, but what’s the point. Ditto the Seahawks and their mere 7-pt loss to Washington. None of these teams is doing anything at all to move toward greener pastures. Yes, it requires talent acquisition, primarily though the draft. But it also requires some coaching experimentation coupled with an innate acumen in the coaching box. And I see essentially no evidence of that here…yet. I expect the Chargers to be the first of this Quartet of the Damned to get a win, and probably in Week 4 vs. the Broncos. Then, the Seahawks look most ready to challenge for a W. For the Niners: why stick with Rea? It’s not working. The rest of team has talent that is currently sitting idle. Make a move! And for the Cardinals: oof. Try a new coach. Or something. Do anything. Mostly, give the ball to Trevon Yeldon 30 times a game. No, I’m not kidding. Just run the Option. Don’t bother with Pistol, or Spread Option. Just run the Option or Wing T and call it what it is: developing your best player.
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    SageBow reacted to acewulf in [2022] Week #4 - Saturday Evening   
    BRUH WHAT.  
     
    HOW.  DYER YAS.  SOLOMON YAS.  THIS DUO OF JONES AND SAMPLE.  AHHHHHHHHHHH.
     
    GG @ZackTyzwyz  
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    SageBow reacted to Weeze56m in [Week 3, 2022] 2023 "Way Too Fucking Early" Mock Draft   
    fixed this for you
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    SageBow reacted to npklemm in [2022] Early Season Panic Meters   
    Hey All, Week 3 is past us and Week 4 starts tonight. I thought it'd be interesting to look at some teams struggling early on and assign them a panic level.
     
    Meter goes from 1 to 10, 1 being no panic at all and 10 being the most panic possible. I won't do every team, just some teams I thought it would be interesting to talk about.
     
    Los Angeles Rams (0-3)
    Panic Meter: 4.5
     
    I initially thought I might give the Rams a higher rating, but you have to take into consideration their schedule. They have lost to Cleveland, Green Bay, and New Orleans, who have a combined 8-1 Record. Those losses aren't the worst to have early on, but they are being outscored 26.67-15. They just can't get in the end zone right now, and can't hold on to the ball. They have 5 Turnovers in 3 games, and have only forced two turnovers. They have also struggled to defend the run, giving up over 100 YPG on the ground. This should give them a higher score, but they play in the NFCW. Literally every team in that division 0-3, the Rams still have 13 games left and should beat their divisional opponents. Everything taken into consideration, they get a 4.5
     
    New York Jets (0-3)
    Panic Meter: 7.0
     
    On my Podcast this week, I stated this isn't the time for panic. But, I think they should have some panic in them. They're two games back of the Bills. The Buffalo Bills, who have never had a record better than 7-9. They also play in the same division as the Miami Dolphins and the AFC Wild Card looks to be very competitive this year. Like the Rams, the Jets have played a tough slate. Losing to Tennessee, Baltimore, and Green Bay - a combined record of 7-2. The Defense is a major concern for New York however, they're giving up almost 400 YPG, 266 Passing and 133 Rushing. Tennessee mustered 95 yards on the ground against the Jets, they have 94 yards in their two other games combined. They've been fairly good on 3rd Downs Defensively, allowing a conversion rate just over 33%. That's not terrible by any means. By they've given up 300+ Yards twice. This defense has taken so many losses over the past couple of seasons, and they're clearly just not the same unit they used to be. There is still plenty of time for the Jets to get back into it, and I do trust this Franchise to make a run. But, they should be worried right now about the direction their season is taking.
     
    Indianapolis Colts (1-2)
    Panic Meter: 5.0
     
    The Colts are last in their division, and the other teams have looked damn good so far. The Colts lost to a surprise Buffalo (again, a historically bad team), a healthy Denver team (who have since lost their QB), and have beaten Philadelphia. A loss to Philly would have put this score closer to the Jets' score, but getting Shea back and beating Philly in OT is enough to cool the coals in the panic machine for now. Indy has the worst rushing attack in the league, and have struggled to defend the run. They give up 106 RYPG, but they have been surprisingly solid defending the pass, giving up only 209 YPG through the air. The Passing Game has been great when Shea is healthy, but the offense still has 4 Turnovers in 3 games. The Colts are in a slightly better spot than the Jets right now, but the Jets division should be give them easier wins to get back into the Playoff Race. But, that win will help the Colts FO stay calm for the time being.
     
    Denver Broncos (2-1)
    Panic Meter: 6.5
     
    QB Todd Jennings is lost for the season. They still have a good running back in JB Blacknall, but this offense was predicated upon balance. Now, they're starting Eric Jennings at QB, and I imagine Blacknall's workload will increase significantly. The FO should be worried right now about how that change will work or not work. They are getting just over 100 RYPG offensively, and we should see that increase. Defensively, there is some concern. The rush defense has been very good so far, holding Tampa to 55 yards and Indy to 27. Cincy did get 104, but they're an outlier. Defending the pass has been a major issue so far though. They're giving up over 293 PYPG. True, they did play two passing offenses in Indy and Cincy, but Indy was without Shea for that game. With how Eric Jennings performed in relief for Todd, this FO is very likely panicked about the rest of their season.
     
    Washington Football Team (2-1)
    Panic Meter: 4.0
     
    Washington might seem like an odd inclusion, they're 2-1. But, I see some signs for worrying. They lost to the Titans by 18, and beat the Vikes by 5 and the Seahawks by 7. Minnesota has given up about 28 PPG in their two other games and Seattle has given up 38.5 PPG in their other two games. However, Washington only scored 17 on each of them. That shows some offensive dysfunction to me. With Philly and Dallas in your division, you need to get better on offense and score some points. Outside of the Seattle game, this offense has only gotten any real production out of its passing game. 39 Rushing Yards against Minnesota and 26 against Tennessee have put all the pressure on Bowman. And he hasn't done well in those two games. Throwing for fewer than 250 yards in each game. When he got some rushing help in the Seattle game (131 Yards) he threw for 290 Yards. But they still only managed 17 points, They have converted just about 28.57% of their 3rd Down Attempts, which would help explain why they tend to not score enough. But, they're still 2-1. They have the Giants in their division and who knows what Dallas is going to be over the course of the season. So they still have plenty of opportunities to get into the playoffs.
     
    Carolina Panthers (1-2)
    Panic Meter: 8.0
     
    A higher score than a team with no wins? Yes, yes it is. Carolina has lost a few guys to injury already and they have not been able to work past those injuries They lost close ones to Vegas and Detroit, and then barely scraped by the Chargers. It's the win against he Chargers that concerns me the most I think. They had 261 Passing Yards and 108 Rushing Yards, and only won by 4. They gave up 371 Passing Yards to Matty Swift. They're giving up over 400 YPG (321.67 Passing, 84.67 Rushing). This defense is getting absolutely torched by opposing Tight Ends, and they don't have an answer for it. Skaggs has thrown 4 picks already and is throwing just 288 YPG (288 is not a low number, but its low for Skaggs). This team is behind both New Orleans (who might have the lowest panic score in the league right now at -100) and Atlanta. The NFC looks down right now, so they can still make the playoffs, but it's hard to see this defense getting that much better to give this team a chance.
     
     
    Let me know what Scores you'd assign these teams, and what Panic Scores you'd give to teams not mentioned in the article.
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    SageBow reacted to Franz Kafka in [2022] Franz's Facts: Week 3   
    Welcome to Franz's Facts!
    Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like
     
    Week 3
     
    STAT LEADERS
     
    Passing yards
    Joel King, CIN - 409
    Aaron Shea, IND - 379
    Matty Swift, LAC - 371
     
    Rushing yards
    Sean Bell, CLE - 129
    Marcus Barry, MIA - 109
    Jaz Durant, GB - 109
    Kenyon Randall, DET - 109
    Moussa Goode, BAL - 108
    Major Morris, LV - 108
    Akili Wallace, ATL - 108
     
    Receiving yards
    Raheem Robinson, JAX - 150
    Lamont Crawford, LV - 140
    Mosi Bartos, IND - 136
     
    Tackles
    Cleveland Merrill, MIN - 8
    Markus Golden, LAR - 7
    Daleroy Smart, SF - 7
     
    Sacks
    Carlos Washington, PIT - 2.5
    Michael Bruce, LAR - 2.0
    Josiah Harden, ARI - 2.0
    Tyler Jones, TEN - 2.0
    Hudson Adam, IND - 2.0
    Anthony Miller, IND - 2.0
    Demarius Strong, CAR - 2.0
    Kendrick Droughns, CAR - 2.0
    Austin Olson, NO - 1.5
    Deyonte Davis, DEN - 1.5
    Tyrone Jones, BAL - 1.5
    Quentin Smith, PIT - 1.5
    (many with one sack)
     
    Interceptions
    Georgia graduate FS Alyn Namath,  2
    (many with one interception)
     
     
    Week 3 FACTS
     
    We had a tie for the highest temperature in Week 3
    Tampa, FL - 94 F 
     at
    Jacksonville, FL - 94 F 
     at  
     
    The lowest OL rating this week was 7.93

     
    Teams with a higher OL rating than their opponents were 11-5 this week
    And 30-18 on the season
     
    There were ten "severe" injuries this week
     CB Alex Stanford - Severe ACL Rupture
     FS Chad Walker - Severe Achilles Rupture
     QB Todd Jennings - Severe ACL Rupture
     DE Joey Davis - Severe Back Hyper-Extension
     OT Ricky Edwards - Severe Hip Bruise
     WR Eli Austin - Severe Shoulder Dislocation
     OLB Brian Hernandez - Severe Back Disc Tear
     OLB Richard Jones - Severe Hamstring Bruise
     K Riley McNeil - Severe Groin Pull
     RB Brendan Milton - Severe Hip Bruise
     
    Of those severe injuries...
    Four on offense (QB, RB, WR, OT)
    Five on defense (DE, OLB, OLB, CB, FS)
    One on special teams (K)

    Five teams had an OL rating of 8.5+
     8.67
     8.60
     8.52
     8.50
    8.50

    Four kickers made 50+ yard field goals
    Gino Chiaverini, ATL - 57, 52
    Sam Sarahi, DEN - 53
    Lorenzo Rodgers, PIT - 51, 50
    Ben Morrison, MIA - 50
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    SageBow got a reaction from npklemm in [2022] Week 4 Discussion - Thursday Night Football   
    Going to be a key game to see if Ricardo Reed can build on his season and deliver a strong rushing game to give the Deadskins some balance. I don't see this going well for them if Bowman has to win it by himself.
     
    Big bounce back opportunity for AT to show he's still the top QB in the NFCE, and he's got an chance to dance all around an unremarkable American Indians defense. A loss would be crushing for the Eagles.
     
    Eagles 27 Washington Football Team 17
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    SageBow got a reaction from npklemm in [2022] Week 4 Discussion - Thursday Night Football   
    Going to be a key game to see if Ricardo Reed can build on his season and deliver a strong rushing game to give the Deadskins some balance. I don't see this going well for them if Bowman has to win it by himself.
     
    Big bounce back opportunity for AT to show he's still the top QB in the NFCE, and he's got an chance to dance all around an unremarkable American Indians defense. A loss would be crushing for the Eagles.
     
    Eagles 27 Washington Football Team 17
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    SageBow reacted to bingo415 in [2022] Week 3 Power Rankings, #1-12   
    Chester Henson pulls Titan defenders along on a late-game scamper
     
    We're beginning to see some solidification of the Top 12, not to mention the Bottom 5. I've been really impressed with Road victories over good teams, and have 'weighted' them slightly here. There are a number of interesting, hard-hitting divisional matchups on the way that will deliver some separation shortly, so enjoy another week of Power Rankings and great NFLHC action. Part Two coming tomorrow...
     
    Remember, if you don't like where you are in these rankings...play better!
     
     
    Power Rankings – Following Week 3
     
    1. Miami Dolphins (+2)
    Head man Smackems wakes up, sees his team is back in a familiar spot in the Power Rankings, sips some coffee, and silently nods his head. The Dolphins are here, quite frankly, because #1 has been a bit of a curse of late. The Eagles fell after an OT loss to the Colts; the Raiders after the slippage against CLE. What makes this precarious for the ‘Phins? Well, they just lost OLineman #3 to a serious injury. Further, Brian Brown was NOT his usual efficient self, but did manage to engineer another 4th quarter comeback. Lucky for BB his trusty sidekick, Marcus Barry, was on-point all day. Special shout out to ILB Phillip Moore: 4 tackles are just fine, 3 PDs from his inside ‘backer spot are NICE. The Dolphins D doesn’t eat you up in that classic way of many dynasties past, but they are sneaky efficient and just plain solid.
     
    2. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2)
    Soluna’s men laid waste to the Giants and find themselves looking up at Soluna’s Old Men. The Jags haven’t REALLY played anyone, and they have a couple injuries to keep an eye on, particularly the Sowell re-injury (moderate in nature) and SS Larry Reeves going down. But, this offense is currently humming like $130,000 BMW (*glances at Soluna to see if that is his preferred German auto or not…*) because Taylor Rodriguez and Raheem Robinson are making a serious connection through the air. Plus, the defense is stifling at all three levels. Jags have some interesting games coming up, including against a Colts team that has thrust itself back into the conversation. I don’t think the Jags stay at #2, but I also don’t think they drop that far.
     
    3. Philadelphia Eagles (-2)
    An OT loss on the road really only should cost you if you’re the Raiders, so the Eagles get a tiny cut from their previously lofty perch. What was surprising was just how mediocre the PHI offense looked overall in Indy. They’re usually secure OLine let the Colts monsters up front dominate proceedings to the tune of 5 sacks, and as such, Allan Taylor could never get untracked. The real takeaway from the Philly loss this week? The AFC is head-and-shoulders a better conference. Eagles will be okay since they play in a weaker division, but the coaching staff should consider some game plan alterations when venturing into AFC (South) territory.
     
    4. Green Bay Packers (+1)
    Of course, right after espousing the clear-cut supremacy of the AFC, we look at another NFC team that actually DID beat a formerly high-level AFC team. The Pack went into the Meadowlands and walked out with a solid victory over the currently-reeling Jets. Here’s a fun game: go ahead and name Green Bay’s linebackers. I’ll wait. This No-Name Defense (Marquise Reed is the exception that proves the rule) just sits back and gets it done. And when a healthy Jaz Durant is doing his +7.5 ypc thing, this team is just fun to watch. I have the sneaking suspicion that GB will float just under the radar most of the season and we’ll look up and they’ll be 13-3 again.
     
    5. Las Vegas Raiders (+1)
    Raiders get the nod here over the Steelers because Major Morris decided to prove himself valuable and provide enough balance to make this team filthy dangerous on O. One thing I noticed this week: Raiders started out this game on fire, and I think it was due to their use of Game Film in the Practice Week. Yep, I’m speculating, but that’s my hunch. Also, it’s nice to get a punt return TD, and of course it was against the Bucs. If Lamont Crawford emerges to take some of the receiving load off of Mike Tripplett, it’s gonna get ugly quickly for AFC West teams.
     
    6. Pittsburgh Steelers (+2)
    It’s tough to call their win over the Titans an upset since it was in the Steel City, but you still have to be impressed with how the Steelers got out to a nice lead at the half, and then matched the Titans score-for-score down the stretch. Carlos Washington was a man among boys, with 4 tkls, 3 TFLs, and 2.5 sacks. Plus, major kudos to K Lorenzo Rodgers on his 4/4 day kicking with two boots longer than 50 yards. Brooksheer is just what this offense needed: a steady hand that can manage clutch passing situations and create some running room for Chet Henson. Steelers are currently the #1 in the AFC. Let that sink in for a bit.
     
    7. Detroit Lions (--)
    This ranking is borderline unfair for the Lions, who played so well ON THE ROAD in Dallas that they made throttling an intense defense like the Cowboys seem routine. LeCount, Randall, and Calvin Jones are über-dynamic in the backfield, and Keyshawn did Keyshawn things again, as he celebrated a milestone Pick Six. Detroit finally has everyone healthy and Slinky has put the pedal to the metal with this team. Look out, rest of the NFC. As a neutral, I can’t wait for two DET-GB games coming up.
     
    8. Tennessee Titans (-6)
    Little drop for the Titans, who took a knock to Chad Dess and had to rely on Chris Bell to open up the run game. Bell was decidedly ineffective, and that put the onus back on Wheeler to be very special. Frankly, he didn’t have time (in the pocket) to be that guy, getting harassed by Carlos Washington and Co. Titans still will be a tough out most teams on the road, and I think that they will compete nicely with the Jags and Colts and Texans in the South. Just a matter of time to see who emerges as the top dog in that cluster.
     
    9. New Orleans Saints (--)
    Again, this ranking almost seems unfair to the Saints, and is really a function of teams in front of them not losing (enough). NOLA has found a tremendous gem in WR Mike Miller, currently doing his best to make Sean Freaking Jenkins look pedestrian, and even get some contributions from the run game, when it suits them. Saints haven’t really played anyone yet, but luckily those easy victories—and boy, have they been easy—have shown the rest of the League just how GOOD Austin Olson is. On Thursday, his 6 tkls, 2 TFLs, 1.5 sacks and a safety were essentially all the Saints needed to send the Rams to loss #3.
     
    10. Cleveland Browns (--)
    The Brown Bags find themselves in an interesting spot: they were EXPECTED to blow-out the 49ers…and they did! The Browns are among a few feel-good stories this season, with a solid and opportunistic defense, a steady game-manager at QB, and an MVP-candidate at RB in Sean Bell. Bell’s enormous day vs. San Fran is just the latest example of game plans working better for certain players now as opposed to a few seasons ago. Of course, that takes nothing away from his immense talent. Browns might deserve, like a few above them, to be higher on this list. Unfortunately, beating the Niners doesn’t quite do it for the Power Rankings like it used to. One other note: get a load of this off-season acquisition: Michael Hernandez had 3 tkls, a Pick Six and a PD…and he was a LATE addition to the team in a deal that made barely a ripple. Well done, Browns FO.
     
    11. Baltimore Ravens (+2)
    We’ve entered the Highly Questionable portion of the rankings, with basically everyone below here making only a half-hearted plea for the top #12. The Ravens are the Best of the Rest, if you’ll excuse the phrase. B’more had a sub 8.0 line rating. Gabe Shields was their best offensive player not named Moussa Goode, and this was basically Shields’ first game. The Defense always comes to play, but is holding Arizona to a FG really that impressive? Here’s what I think: you need to be able to score more than 16 on the Cardinals (right now) if you want to be a real contender. Baltimore did not.
     
    12. Houston Texans (+3)
    Rounding out our top 12, the Texans deserve some credit for walking into Buffalo, knocking out Matt Jones and Manbearpig, and escaping with a win. The win was even more impressive when you consider that HOU also was devastated by injury in this game, with three “severe” type injuries, including to their kicker. This one did come down to a FG, but luckily it was on the other side. Houston has some issues to think about: DLine is nasty but linebacking unit isn’t doing much to help out, which is putting pressure on the secondary. AND…they just can’t run the ball. Here’s guessing Arturo Pacheco—newly ‘experienced’ after losing his job to the now-injured Brendan Milton—will step up and meet the expectation of 4 ypc set by head man Rome. Leshoure will help. Trust in Leshoure. This makes three AFCS teams in the top 12. Houston, we have a problem…
     
    Coming up in Part Two...
    Going Up: , , 
    Going Down: , , 
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    A little bit of shuffling going on at the two ends of the rankings this week. Great FCS matchups this week have answered some questions... and proposed some new ones.
     
     
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    Rank
    1
     North Dakota State Bison (2-0)
    Previous Rank: 2
     
    Dear FCS, please meet Zach McAllister and Stevie Henderson.
    The two connected for 10 receptions for 170 yards and 2 touchdowns as the undefeated Bison marched through the Northern Iowa Panthers. McAllister had a near perfect day and even added a rushing touchdown of his own and the rest of the squad held their own. The Bison D-line tried its best to contain Raekwon Thomas, but he still managed almost 100 yards rushing and had a touchdown. The Bison move up to the top spot this week after two convincing victories.
     
    Coming up: vs. Youngstown State
     
    Rank
    2
     North Dakota Fighting Hawks (2-0)
    Previous Rank: 1
     
    BYE
     
    Coming up: at Air Force
     
     
    Rank
    3
     Illinois State Redbirds (3-0)
    Previous Rank: 3
     
    Illinois State pulled off another close victory this week. Quarterback Phillip Stephenson started strong but did not end on as high of a note as he had hoped, completing 15 of 25 passes for 219 yards and 1 score. Offensive weapons Franke Boone and Stevie Hampton, however, shined as the Redbirds escaped a tough New Hampshire defense.
     
    Coming up: BYE
     
    Rank
    4
     Delaware Blue Hens (2-0)
    Previous Rank: 4
     
    BYE
     
    Coming up: vs Eastern Washington
     
    Rank
    5
      James Madison Dukes (2-1)
    Previous Rank: 5
     
    The Dukes took care of a very capable Harvard team this week, winning 30-17. It was certainly a game of two halves as the Dukes took a 21-0 lead into the half but gave up 14 points in the fourth quarter. Cooper Fleming will look to continue to improve after only throwing at a 72% rate this week. 
     
    Coming up: vs. BYE
     
    Rank
    6
     Eastern Washington Eagles (0-2)
    Previous Rank: 6
     
    BYE
     
    Coming up: at Delaware
     
    Rank
    7
     Harvard Crimson (1-2)
    Previous Rank: 7
     
    The Crimson suffered a disappointing loss this week to James Madison, but there were some bright spots. Cameron Whaley rushed for 109 yards and 2 scores and the defensive, for the most part, played decently. Harvard will need to figure out their defensive identity, however, as the game against the Dukes showed that there are a few gaps within this unit.
     
    Coming up: at James Madison
     
    Rank
    8
     Youngstown State Penguins (1-1)
    Previous Rank: 11
     
    The Penguins sure have something to say to the author of these power rankings and the message is loud and clear: "Don't dismiss us yet!" Youngstown State put up 35 points behind Brad McCaffrey's 3 touchdowns and Troy Norris's 2 rushing touchdowns. Defensively, the Penguins snagged two interceptions and racked up a nice list of tackles. Could the Penguins be more real than we thought?
     
    Coming up: at Montana
     
    Rank
    9
     New Hampshire Wildcats (1-2)
    Previous Rank: 8
     
    A crushing loss to the undefeated Illinois State will have Wildcats fans craving for more. Questions arise at quarterback as Jack Mayberry is only able to produce 160 yards through the air. On defense, however, this unit is almost rock solid. Thomas Logan managed 8 (!!!) tackles and three others combined for another 8 total tackles. It was not enough, however, as Frankie Boone was able to run for 111 yards.
     
    Coming up: BYE
     
    Rank
    10
     South Dakota State Jackrabbits (0-3)
    Previous Rank: 10
     
    South Dakota State visited the 0-2 New Mexico Lobos hoping to wreak havoc in the FBS. Unfortunately, all they found was a beat-down. The Lobos dominated the hapless Jackrabbits in pretty much every aspect of the game. However, the ever-reliable Harrison Hacker nailed back to back 51 yard field goals, definitely not a stat to ignore. The Jackrabbits look to regroup during this upcoming bye week.
     
    Coming up: BYE
     
    Rank
    11
     Northern Iowa Panthers (0-3)
    Previous Rank: 12
     
    It was not a great week for Northern Iowa. The Panthers visited North Dakota State and came out with more questions at the quarterback position. As Jameson Beckwith barely managed to get over the century mark this game. One thing, however, is for certain - that kid Raekwon Thomas sure can run the ball.
     
    Coming up: BYE
     
    Rank
    12
     Montana Grizzlies (0-3)
    Previous Rank: 9
     
    The Grizzlies are our new team on the bottom of our list this week. A 2.0 offensive line rating and an ugly 35-10 loss at the hands of the Youngstown State Penguins are just some of the evidence. Gary Chisholm missed two field goals and Gabriel Gage connected with two Penguins defenders in a very disappointing game for the Grizzlies.
     
    Coming up: BYE
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    FCS Week 3 Review
     

     
    Week 3 is wrapped up and we have seen a team rise to 3-0 and three teams fall to 0-3. Unfortunately, life has gotten in the way so this week’s review won’t have the usual write up but I wanted to get something out.
     
    Saturday, November 10th, 2018
    Afternoon
    Illinois State (2-0) at New Hampshire (1-1)
     
    The Redbirds kept to winning ways with another close contest vs the wildcats. A strong offensive outing ensured the Redbirds maintained the lead from start to finish and a missed 39 yard field goal from New Hampshire Kicker Stephen Beyer stopped this game from going to overtime. Illinois State are the first team in the FCS to move to 3-0 for the year.
     
    Illinois State Redbirds  23 – 20  New Hampshire Wildcats
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Harvard (1-1) at James Madison (1-1)
     
    A comfortable victory for JMU who shut the Crimson’s offense out in the first half. Dukes Quarterback Cooper Fleming continues to grow in his offense, throwing for 260 yards, 1 Touchdown and a pick. Freshman Cameron Whaley continued to run hard for Harvard going for over 100 yards again but put the ball on the ground for the third time in as many games.
     
    Harvard Crimson  17 – 30  James Madison Dukes
     
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Youngstown State (0-1) at Montana (0-2)
     
    Montana slip to 0-3 this year after Youngstown state turned in a dominate performance versus the Grizzlies. The penguins defense got to the Quarterback twice and forced 2 turnovers. Montana now have a much needed bye before facing a scary looking North Dakota State team, 0-4 is a big possibility for the Grizzlies unless they can sort something out during their week off.
     
    Youngstown State Penguins  35 – 10  Montana Grizzlies
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Northern Iowa (0-2) at North Dakota State (1-0)
     
    North Dakota State had a well rounded showing with Quarterback Zack McAllister throwing for 299 yards and 3 touchdowns. He clearly has a favourite target in Stevie Henderson who had 10 receptions and went for 170 yards and 2 touchdowns, Stevie picked up FCS Player of the Week honours for this dominant performance. Northern Iowa fall to 0-3 and are still struggling to move the ball on offense.
     
    Northern Iowa Panthers  17 – 38  North Dakota State Bison
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    Night
    South Dakota State (0-2) at New Mexico (0-2)
     
    Predictable outcome in this out of conference game as the FBS side outclassed South Dakota State but the Jackrabbits kicker turned in a memorable performance that could catch the eye of scouts with 2 long range field goals of 51 yards each to at least get his team on the scoreboard.
     
    South Dakota State Jackrabbits  6 – 52  New Mexico Lobos
    Full Game Stats:
     
     
    BYE: Delaware (2-0), Eastern Washington (0-2), North Dakota (2-0)
     
    Conference Standings
     

     
    Season Statistics
    Offensive Leaders
    Yardage
    -          Passing
    1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 854 yards
    2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 682 yards
    3. Phillip Stephenson (Illinois State) – 629 yards
     
    -          Rushing
    T1. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 393 yards
    T1. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 393 yards
    2. Frankie Boone (Illinois State) RB – 321 yards
     
    -          Receiving
    1. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 264 yards
    2. Desmond Mercer (James Madison) WR – 263 yards
    3. Stevie Henderson Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 250 yards
     
     
    Touchdowns
    -          Passing
    1. Robbie Koehler (North Dakota) – 11 TDs
    2. Samuel Conner (Eastern Washington) – 7 TDs
    3. Zack McAllister (North Dakota State) – 6 TDs
     
    -          Rushing
    1. Cameron Whaley (Harvard) RB – 5 TDs
    T2. Willie Peters (James Madison) RB – 4 TDs
    T2. Raekwon Thomas (Northern Iowa) RB – 4 TDs
     
    -          Receiving
     
    1. Gabriel Sorensen (North Dakota) WR – 4 TDs
    *T2. Peter Neely (North Dakota) WR – 3 TDs
    *T2. Dominick Hebert (North Dakota) WR – 3 TDs
    *4 more wide receivers have 3 touchdowns.
     
    Offensive Line Average
    1. North Dakota – 4.95
    2. North Dakota State – 3.85
    3. Eastern Washington – 3.8
     
    Defensive Leaders
    Tackles
    1. Felipe Wallace (Illnois State) OLB – 19 tackles
    2. Ron Singletary (Illinois State) ILB – 16 tackles
    3. Thomas Logan (New Hampshire) ILB – 13 tackles
     
    Sacks
    1. Tavarreus Ricks (South Dakota State) DT – 4 sacks
    T2. Marvin Lambert (James Madison) DE – 3 sacks
    T2. Frank Dunlap (Delaware) DE – 3 sacks
     
    Interceptions
    1.       Franklin McCloughan (Harvard) CB – 2 INT
    *T2. Sidney Brown (James Madison) FS – 1 INT
    *T2. Trent Franklin-Cummings (New Hampshire) CB – 1 INT
    *15 more defensive players have 1 interception each.
     
    Team Statistics
     
    Total Offense
    1. James Madison – 1142 yards
    2. Illinois State – 950 yards
    3. New Hampshire – 918 yards
     
    Total Defense
    1. North Dakota State – 562 yards
    2. Delaware – 609 yards
    3. Eastern Washington – 742 yards
     
    Turnover Difference
    1. Delaware - +2
    *T2. Illinois State - +1
    *T2. North Dakota - +1
    *One more team on +1
     
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    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
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    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
  21. Like
    SageBow got a reaction from boogyman10 in [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits   
    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
  22. Like
    SageBow got a reaction from boogyman10 in [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits   
    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
  23. Like
    SageBow got a reaction from boogyman10 in [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits   
    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
  24. Like
    SageBow got a reaction from boogyman10 in [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits   
    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
  25. Like
    SageBow got a reaction from boogyman10 in [2022] SBI 5 Stars Recruits   
    Week 3 Crystal Ball Check-In
    1. Brendon Irving, CB, 5-9, 164, DeLand, FL.Rating: 1.0000 -  100%
    2. Erick Daniels, FS, 5-10, 195, Saraland, AL Rating: 0.9999 -  100%
    3. Travanis Ponder, DE, 6-4, 246, Malvern, AL Rating: 0.9995 -  50%  50%
    4. D'Onta Streeter, SS, 6-2, 192, Bothell, WA Rating: 0.9992 -  75%  25%
    5. Mike Freeman, RB, 5-10, 229, Midlothian, VA Rating: 0.9988 -  85%  15%
    6. Antonio Jackson, WR, 6-3, 214, Portage, MI Rating: 0.9986 -  100%
    7. Gabe Weber, OG 6-7, 322, LaPorte, IN Rating: 0.9985 -  100%
    8. Anthony Carlin, OT, 6-3, 277, Hot Springs, SD Rating: 0.9984 -  100%
    9. Brandon Willis, WR, 5-10, 175, Bakersfield, CA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    10. Joey Wolfe, QB, 5-11, 229, Kennett Square, PA Rating: 0.9981 -  100%
    11. Shane Hadley, OT, 6-7, 258, Veedersburg, IN Rating: 0.9975 -  45%  45%  10%
    12. Terrence Walker, CB, 5-10, 201, Mission Viejo, CA Rating: 0.9973 -  100%
    13. Kayvon Harris, CB, 5-11, 177, San Marcos, CA Rating: 0.9964 -  100%
    14. Sean Davenport, OG, 6-7, 291, Pensacola, FL Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    15. Ryan Small, OT, 6-5, 263, Katy, TX Rating: 0.9962 -  100%
    16. Donte Delmas, ATH, 5-11, 150, Anniston, AL Rating: 0.9957 -  100%
    17. Dante Barfield, ILB, 6-3, 253, Laurel, MS Rating: 0.9947 -  100%
    18. Riley Stark, OG, 6-3, 316, Franklinton, LA Rating: 0.9945 -  100%
    19. Tran Nguyen, WR, 6-3, 190, Castle Dale, UT Rating: 0.9942 -  70%  15%  15%
    20. Jack Green, OT, 6-4, 309, Indianapolis, IN Rating: 0.9934 -  100%
    21. Tremaine Clemons, RB, 6-0, 197, Merced, CA Rating: 0.9932 -  100%
    22. Byron Hubbard, TE, 6-1, 192, Magazine, AR Rating: 0.9928 -  80%  10%  10%
    23. Dillon Dooley, OG, 6-6, 256, Des Moines, IA Rating: 0.9927 -  100%
    24. Booker Hawkins-Hawthorne, WR, 6-0, 220, Gibsonia, PA Rating: 0.9919 -  100%
    25. Finn Leonard, QB, 6-3, 196, West Valley City, UT Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    26. Marcus Kimbrough, ATH, 6-0, 208, Port Neches, TX Rating: 0.9912 -  100%
    27. Demarion Moore, RB, 6-0, 210, Columbia, SC Rating: 0.9910 -  100%
    28. Larry Frey, OG, 6-6, 287, Bayard, NE Rating: 0.9905 -  60%  30%  10%
    29. Logan Miles, WR, 6-3, 205, Lawrenceville, GA Rating: 0.9891 -  80%  20%
    30. DaJuan Banks, DE, 6-3, 258, New Deal, TX Rating: 0.9883 -  80%  20%
    31. Rashard Pitts, FS, 6-0, 203, Moville, IA, Rating: 0.9880 -  100%
    32. Bryce Echols, TE, 6-3, 222, Bowman, SC, Rating: 0.9869 -  100%
    33. Oluwafemi Okoye, DE, 6-5, 250, McLean, VA, Rating: 0.9868 -  75%  25%
    34. Grant Pace, C, 6-2, 246, Auburn, ME, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    35. Kavon Palmer, DT, 6-1, 282, Port Charlotte, FL, Rating: 0.9853 -  100%
    36. Luke Cleary, RB, 5-6, 231, Elmira, OR, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
    37. Nicholas Farnsworth, OT 6-1, 299, Covington, TN, Rating: 0.9851 -  100%
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