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  1. I fuckin told y'all Ryan Harris would be the GOAT
  2. even on here, bama losing is 8/10, 10/10 with Rice
  3. “Alright, so today, we're gonna be meeting up with who was it, Charlotte, right? Yeah, Charlotte. Jesus Christ.” Jordan's driving his car into the large, empty parking lot outside of Jerry Richardson stadium. A few scattered Charlotte 49ers banners are draped onto the sides of the stadium, which are at ground level. “Pleased to meet you Jordan” says a man of short stature who is engulfed in 49ers gear, including a fashionable women's tennis visor. “And you are?” “I'm Isaac, head coach of this team” “Right, nice to meet you Isaac. How have you guys been doing? How were you last year, I mean?” Jordan asks impatiently while looking around the room. The entrance to the stadium is empty, cold, corporate, with empty beige walls and a bored, plain-looking middle aged secretary named Barbara manning the admissions desk. “Well, last year we went 4-8,-” “Shit”, Jordan interjects. “Yeah, not good. Not good at all. We are hoping to turn ourselves around and get at minimum 10 wins this season.” “4 to 10, that's quite a difference isn't it?” “Yeah, call me optimistic, but I think we can do it. We have the talent, I think, we just need to figure out how to put it all together on the field, you know what I mean?” “Yeah, alright, well let's see the facilities shall we?” Jordan and Isaac walk through the halls of the stadium until they reach the locker room, which has articles of clothing and trash scattered throughout, but is otherwise empty. The walls are beige and featureless except for a few stains and patches of dirt on them. The plain blue carpet is similarly dirty. “Where are the players?” Jordan asks. “They're out on the field practicing right now.” “Is it always this messy in here?” “We try to keep it as clean as we can.” “Well, that's not very clean then”, Jordon quips incredulously as dramatic music plays in the background. “Don't the players ever pick up after themselves? Where's the responsibility here? If they can't be arsed to clean up after themselves, how do you think they can be trusted to practice hard?” “Yeah, I think there might be a motivation problem here in Charlotte, maybe that's why we struggle.” “Man, this room is fucking decrepit,” Jordan says as he swings open a rusty locker, its creaks filling the room. “What the fuck is this? Is this mold?” Jordan finds a suspicious bit of fuzz in the corners of one of the walls, “How the fuck can you expect to run a football team in a place like this? It's fucking filthy.” “You're right, yeah, we need to get someone in for that, it's not okay” “Not okay? It's fucking disgraceful. Jesus Christ. Let's go see the field, get me the fuck out of here.” Jordan and Isaac step out of the tunnel onto the football field, which is filled with players standing around, a few of them playing catch, while the coaches jot down notes from the sidelines. “What the fuck is this, what kind of practice is this? How are you supposed to get anything done?” Jordan asks Isaac with a confrontational tone. “Well, the coaches, they sort of let the players do the drills we assign them to, and then keep busy taking notes on how everyone is doing” “Do you not have fucking cameras? Work with them one on one during practice, then go over how they're doing in fucking film. It's not so fucking complicated” “Listen, Jordan, I don't tell you how to do your job” “Look, Isaac, you fucking donkey, you taking the piss? You asked me to come out here today, and I see this shit, and now you try and tell me I'm overstepping? Fuck off, yeah, get a fucking clue” “Hey, Gordan,” Chris Billings has come over and interrupts the argument, “It's great to meet you man, I have so many posters of you in my dorm room” “Hey, it's Jordan, you must be Chris, right?” “Yeah, that's me, star quarterback of Charlotte,” Chris says, laughing, “You're here to try and fix us up, turn us into winners, right?” “Well, shit, try to at least” “I'm sure together we can pull it off, we just have to stay calm and work things out” Chris says smiling, as he turns and chucks the football in his hand 40 yards towards reciever Garbiel Willis, missing 15 feet to the left. “Oh my god”, Jordan says quietly to himself as he shakes his head. “So,” he says more loudly as Chris turns back towards him, “This a pretty typical day of practice for you guys?” “Yeah, this is pretty much how it goes around here. We all showed up on time today, though, since we heard you'd be here.” “And you normally don't show up on time?” “Nah, usually we're all like, 15 minutes late or so.” Chris says as he keeps wearing his pleasant expression, the sort of look that got him voted Best Smile in the Charlotte 2022 newspaper student poll. “My god,” Jordan starts, “does this sound like a well-adjusted football team to you?” Nobody responds for a few seconds, “Isaac, Christ, does this sound like a winning culture?” “No, I guess it doesn't.” “Alright, look we need to get to work on this, yeah? I'll be back in tomorrow with plans to improve everything. In the meantime, get your head out of your ass, okay?” Jordan comes in the next day, the skies much greyer than the day before. A cool breeze does not affect Jordan's hair, which is held in place with half a bottle of designer hair gel. “Jordan, hey, great to see you again” Isaac greets him while wearing the same outfit as the day before. “I got all the coaches to come in, and Chris too, they're all waiting in the conference room for us. “Sounds good, let's go there then”. “Sure, but Jordan, try not to undermine my authority, okay? I need these guys to respect me”. “Listen, if you want them to respect you, fucking change this football team and make them winners, even if it means getting over youself for just one fucking day. Piss off with that shit attitude”. “Look,” Gordon starts. He's sitting at the head of the table in the coaches room, around him are the 12 or so coaches that make up Charlotte's staff, most of whom are drinking water, staring into space or fiddling with something, and Chris Billings, who is staring intently at Jordan while licking his lips. “The problem here isn't the players, it's the culture. I mean, shit, you guys are in North Carolina. You're a stones throw from Georgia, you have fresh croots surrounding you, you should have a winning football team. You need to do a better job of motivating and coaching your guys.” “Okay, Jordan,” pipes up the offensive coordinator, who has a half eaten jelly doughnut in his hand and frosting from it around his mouth, “How do you propose we do that? How do we make these young men care? None of them do, they have their priorities all wrong, all they talk about is schoolwork, all they want to do is get six hours of sleep a night, they aren't willing to make the sacrifices they should for this team.” “You've got to fucking make them care, and you've got to start caring yourself,” Jordan says, lightly pounding his fist against the table, “It starts from the ground up. I mean, look at the desk clerk, she's fucking hideous. You've got to get a different desk clerk. I mean, make the players look forward to walking through those doors, there has to be plenty of cute girls, it's a college campus” “Cute guys, too” Chris Billings blurts out. Jordan and the coaches stare at him for a few seconds, “Just kidding?” Chris says half-heartedly. “Anyway,” Jordan resumes with a look of disgust still on his face, “you need to make this a place the players enjoy being. Redo the locker room, the whole thing, clean it up and install TVs at least. Those banners, outside, how are they supposed to make anyone hyped up to play here? Add bigger, better ones, it can't be that hard. And the practices, Jesus, be more interactive with the players, okay?” “Yeah, okay Jordan, whatever you say” says Isaac as he stares into space. The rest of the coaches nod in agreement. Jordan looks around the room, and sits back in his chair. “At this point,” Jordan says, now outside the stadium getting into his car, “it's up to the coaching staff, and the players. I can't do anymore for them, we'll just have to see if they take my advice. If they do, I don't know, maybe they can salvage this season, if not I don't see them doing anything.” Across campus, Chris Billings wakes up, and looks at his clock. 3:17. Practice started 2 minutes ago, and he isn't even out of bed yet. Chris looks down at his Jordan Ramsey body pillow, kisses it for good luck, and slowly crawls out of bed.
  4. Dacder

    CFBHCVision XX

    Radiohead - Weird Fishes
  5. The Seattle Seahawks have the worst receiving corps in NFL history, and because of the lack of help he gets Tucker Dowden is guaranteed to bust. Marcus Williams is the only good thing about this team and they need to rebuild around him. The Green Bay Packers are guaranteed another superbowl victory this season, but Jason Johnson's inefficiencies this game make me think it's about time for him to be replaced. The Las Vegas Raiders' dynasty is coming to a close given that they could only barely beat the Patriots. Their oline is the worst we have seen from a contending team in NFL history and Nick Hall is 100% going to be injured, whether or not he can will himself past that injury will decide this team's year. New England Patriots are on a downward spiral because Reggie Watkins is too content with being mediocre. He lacks the competitive edge needed to compete at the highest levels and Josh Beckett should be replacing him as soon as possible. The Houston Texans were being held back by coach Rome all these years and without those shackles Alex Leshoure is going to tear the lid off the NFL. His willpower is immeasurable and he has all the intangibles, as long as he doesn't choke he'll be fine. The Cincinnati Bengals went from the playoffs last season to losing game one this year, the FO shuffling they did has been as disaster and picking up the coach of one of the worst franchises in the league has clearly killed any motivation the players had left. The Baltimore Ravens were unable to get even a single sack, proving my theory that Tyrone Jones and Kenyatta Henderson are both washed up and that this defense will be mediocre or bad this season. Marcus Black's 6'6 frame looked great out there in that uniform though, he is definitely the real deal. The Jacksonville Jaguars will need to be carried by Taylor Rodriguez from now on as Asante Sowell's injuries have caught up to him and made him useless as an NFL running back. That being said, Taylor is one of the best quarterbacks I've ever seen, and the Jaguars are guaranteed to win the superbowl. The Tennessee Titans are guaranteed to win the superbowl if Chad Dess continues to play as well as he did this game. Their rookie tackle's injury has proven to be a good thing for the team as the offensive line performed great without him holding them back. However, the 74 yards of penalties show a lack of discipline on this team that might ruin their playoff hopes. Pittsburgh Steelers Christopher Clayton is the worst football player in history and if he isn't cut in the next 24 hours it shows that the Steelers are okay with mediocrity. Carlos Washington is the best football player in history and if he isn't extended in the next 24 hours it shows that the Steelers will reject the incredible. New York Giants Eric McLean has been proven a bust and if I were the Giants I would immediately begin looking for replacements. Maybe if they are lucky they can get Desean Jenkins to come back and play for them again. Cyrus Paulsen's actions in the 4th quarter were disgusting and disgraceful and I sincerely hope he never plays in the NFL again. Minnesota Vikings should feel good. Shane McCord has intangibles unlike any player I've ever seen. He's a fighter. He won't back down. For as bad as Brian Vardell is at throwing the football, McCord might just single handedly carry this offense to 5 wins. The Los Angeles Rams are dead in the water as a franchise and have been since their move west. Fair weathered southern California fans have removed any semblance of team morale and former superstars like Darrell Murphy are bad now because of it. Walt Peck also dropped a ball, proving he is washed up and should never have been signed to his current contract. Philadelphia Eagles have a difficult decision ahead of them. Alex Bridgewater looked great today, he looked like a genuine winner. Allan Taylor has been injured constantly of late and his game does not look to transition well to old age. Not to mention his constant choking issues. There is a bonafide quarterback competition in Philadelphia and I think Bridgewater is the favorite. The San Francisco 49ers are about to begin the greatest dynasty in NFL history. McLaughlin looks to be the best runningback in NFL history and I would be shocked if they drop a game the next 3 years. NFL, say hello to your Warriors. I honestly don't recognize any players on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which says just as much about their roster as it does about my NFL knowledge and journalistic skills. Clearly the Carolina Panthers last ditch efforts to save their team have been about as effective as my last ditch efforts to save my marriage. If you're reading this, Lisa, I still love you. Please come back to me. I'll do anything you say. Wegert might have won this game for the New York Jets but it doesn't mean he won't choke in the playoffs. I already told you all why they should move on from him and there is absolutely no way I can be wrong. If I'm wrong about footall I won't have anything left. Also, Marvin Washington proves you don't need to eat to be good at football. What's your excuse now, offensive linemen? Cleveland Browns quarterback named North has sent the team's ability to win games south. Aren't I so clever. Anyway it doesn't help when your wide recievers drop your balls constantly. In order to succeed in football you need a support network, just like in life. I wouldn't be a great writer without my editors. I wouldn't have been, and am not, a well-adjusted human being without Lisa. But hey, that's life, and we need to move on sometimes. I've told you guys all along that Matty Swift is the perfect quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers. He's finally about to prove me right, he's finally about to deliver swift vengeance to the NFL. Get it? Anyways, this team looks better than they have in years, so maybe they're finally turning around. The Denver Broncos looked franky awful. Almost as awful as my ex-wife Lisa when she woke up in the morning and hadn't put on her makeup yet. God, Lisa, you know I don't mean that. I don't know why I say what I say sometimes. Listen, I really miss you. J.B. Blacknall is injured, and without him the Broncos offense looks absolutely anemic. At this point, they might want to just focus on the draft. The Detroit Lions looked incredible, like superbowl favorites, and for that reason they are guaranteed to win the superbowl. I wish more people could be winners. It's cruel, really, that only 53 people and one head coach are capable of winning the championship in any given year. Why is it that so many people must be failures? Why can't we just allow everyone to win? I want to win. But, then, what is winning if there is no losing? The finest part of life is showing off your success to your colleagues and making them jealous. That's why I bought my Lambo and drive it to work every day. That's the only thing I'm living for anymore, really. Kenyon Randall looked really great today, but Doug Carolan, the only person with a sack on the Lions, went down, which makes it likely they get absolutely zero quarterback pressure until he's back. Too bad for them. The Chicago Bears' offense finally showed their potential with MoFo&Co scoring 28 points, however the defense looked absolutely dreadful and given the recent drama with the Bears' HC being slow to post official NFL correspondence one has to remain concerned for this franchise. The Kansas City Chiefs looked amazing as Ryan Harris had one of the greatest games in NFL history. Harris is a winner, and as I've said before, if your QB is a winner then anything is possible. It is for that reason that the Chiefs are one of my superbowl favorites this season. But Harris should be careful. High quality performances like that are a double edged sword. When you give enough of them, people come to have high expectations of you, and when you don't match those expectations they send you hateful messages or post about how you have fallen off, and it makes you lose confidence in your own performance, be it football or writing, and soon you find yourself having a mental breakdown in the middle of an article while eating junk food and listening to Limp Bizkit in a fruitless effort to regain your lost youth and return to a time when you could just have fun writing about football and not worry about ratings or reviews. Be careful what you wish for, Ryan Harris. Dallas Cowboys looked great with Rodney Montgomery carrying them through the first week. This is a team that knows how to win and they will be dangerous come postseason. It gives me great joy that Montgomery, someone I thought was washed up, has returned to form. It shows me, and us all, that perhaps there is hope to improve even when you've begun to deteriorate. Maybe I can find myself a younger, hotter wife than Lisa. Maybe my hair will stop receding and come back to full strength. Anything is possible. But then, I identify more with the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals once were a good team with hopes of being a perennial contender. Jarius Jones looked great for them back then. But they've gotten worse, and worse since then with no real rejuvenation. This team still looks like a bottom feeder, and I see so much of myself as a writer and person in them. Come on, Cardinals, fly. Do something incredible. Shock the world. Show your old friend Dick Shameless that dreams really do come true. I'm sorry guys, I really am. Back to football, I swear. New Orleans Saints' runningback DeSean Dockery looked like the worst ball carrier in the league today, and if the Saints are to improve they will need him to start caring and show some confidence in himself. The Saints' defense looked shockingly good, so if they can keep that up this team might make a serious push at the superbowl. The Washington Redskins continue to grow as a team with this statement victory in week 1. Bowman, however, was overshadowed by Ryan Harris this week so the Redskins should feel ashamed of themselves for making the wrong selection two years ago. The Atlanta Falcons looked absolutely dreadful in their loss to the Dolphins by an entire 4 points. First AJJ busted, now Donald Culver looks like an even worse bust. This team just keeps going downhill at quarterback, just like I keep going downhill at living life. God, Lisa, please. Just come back to me, give me another chance. That's probably what the Falcons are saying to AJJ right now. I think the Falcons identify as much as I do with this song right now. The Miami Dolphins won, thanks to the heroic efforts of Brian Brown. The best quarterback in the league once again hard carries his team to a close victory. When will the Phins get a proper team around this man? Everywhere I look on Miami I see mediocrity except behind center. If they want to return to winning ways, they need to upgrade across the board.
  6. Dacder

    [2023] Week #1 - FNF

    Hell yeah Fresno! Go Bulldogs!
  7. Yoko Takahashi - A Cruel Angel's Thesis
  8. FCS: 78 (+5)MWC: 166 (-5)
  9. Offense Quarterbacks QB Felix Luck 6-1 234 (Sr) Denison (Denison, TX) 4.5 of 4.5 [Pocket] QB L.K. Pollock 6-1 206 Jr Dutton (Dutton, MT) 2.5 of 3.0 [Pocket] QB Mike Mackey 6-1 197 (Jr) Newark Memorial (Newark, CA) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] QB Josh Patton 6-2 230 (Jr) Chugiak (Eagle River, AK) 2.0 of 2.0 [Pocket] Running backs RB Randarious Brown 5-8 200 Jr Westlake (Westlake Village, CA) 2.5 of 3.5 [Speed] RB Dekion Fowler 5-11 203 Sr Parker (Parker, AZ) 2.0 of 2.0 [Speed] RB Khiry Harris 6-1 182 Fr Wright (Wright, WY) 1.0 of 1.5 [Power] RB Robert Guy 6-1 181 (Fr) Oceanside (Oceanside, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Power] RB Teddy Flores 5-8 196 Fr Mt. Eden (Hayward, CA) 1.0 of 1.0 [Speed] Fullbacks FB Johnny Hamilton 6-1 208 Sr Wyoming Indian (Ethete, WY) 1.5 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] FB Nick Mills 5-11 204 Fr Camas Valley (Camas Valley, OR) 1.0 of 2.0 [Pass Blocking] FB Andrew McCabe 5-11 199 Fr Barstow (Barstow, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Receivers WR Troylen Bolden 6-3 193 Sr Hoover (San Diego, CA) 4.5 of 4.5 [Target] WR Dareion Stallworth 6-5 178 Fr Montclair Prep (Van Nuys, CA) 1.0 of 5.0 [Target] WR Thomas McNulty 6-3 175 (Fr) St. Vincent (Petaluma, CA) 1.5 of 3.0 [Target] WR John Phillips 6-5 183 So Hunter (West Valley City, UT) 1.0 of 2.0 [Target] WR D'Ante Miles 6-1 190 (So) De Anza (Richmond, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Speed] WR Caleb Warren 5-9 188 Fr Placer (Placer, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Speed] Tight Ends TE Wilson Bonds 6-2 225 Fr Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, CA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Blocking] TE Brian Ware 6-3 226 Jr Twin Falls (Twin Falls, ID) 1.5 of 2.0 [Blocking] TE Bryce Mobley 6-4 234 Sr Ingraham (Seattle, WA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Receiving] Left Tackle OT David Martinez 6-6 298 Sr Valley (Las Vegas, NV) 3.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] OT Garence Foster 6-8 274 So Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park, CA) 1.0 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] OT A.J. Underwood 6-2 300 Fr Pacifica (Garden Grove, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Run Blocking] Left Guard OG Vincent Holcomb 6-3 299 Sr Argonaut (Jackson CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] OG Steven Adams 6-3 274 So Woodbridge (Irvine, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] OG Clayton Daniel 6-3 275 So Anderson Valley (Boonville, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] Center C Blake Diaz 6-7 313 Sr Fort Sumner (Fort Sumner, NM) 3.0 of 3.0 [Pass Blocking] C Scott Maldonado 6-2 298 Sr Arvin (Arvin, CA) 1.0 of 1.0 [Run Blocking] Right Guard OG Chris Shannon-Hicks 6-6 283 Sr Lund (Lund, NV) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] OG Dwayne McClure 6-6 294 (So) Big Bear (Big Bear Lake, CA) 1.0 of 2.0 [Run Blocking] OG Neal Schumacher 6-2 295 Jr Pittsburg (Pittsburg, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Pass Blocking] Right Tackle OT Jesse Dunn 6-1 279 So Tucumcari (Tucumcari, NM) 2.0 of 3.5 [Run Blocking] OT Walter Johnson 6-5 299 (So) Robert Louis Stevenson (CA) 1.5 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] Defense Left Defensive End: DE Ruben Jarrett 6-4 244 (Fr) Arrowhead Christian Academy (CA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Contain] DE Joe Wallace III 6-4 266 Jr Monterey (Monterey, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Blitz] Defensive Tackles: DT Dontae Minor 6-3 300 Jr Tucker (Tucker GA) 3.0 of 3.0 [2-Gap] DT Anthony Hood 6-7 250 Fr Miramonte (Orinda, CA) 1.0 of 2.5 [1-Gap] DT Francisco Griffith 6-1 273 Jr Venice (Venice, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [2-Gap] DT Freddy McKee 6-3 253 So Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [1-Gap] DT Jontray Holland 6-7 266 Sr Calaveras (San Andreas, CA) 1.5 of 1.5 [1-Gap] Right Defensive End DE Leeshawn Barrett 6-2 295 Sr San Marino (San Marino, CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Contain] DE Walter Mitchell 6-3 256 So Houston (Houston, AK) 1.5 of 3.0 [Contain] Left Outside Linebacker OLB Ronald Buchanan 6-1 229 Sr Kendrick (Kendrick, ID) 1.5 of 1.5 [Blitz] OLB Da'Jonte Jackson 6-1 242 (Jr) Highland (Salt Lake City, UT) 1.0 of 1.5 [Blitz] OLB Danny Winston 6-1 217 So St. Bernard Catholic (CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Blitz] Inside Linebackers ILB Vernon Payne IV 6-2 225 Sr Bellevue (Bellevue, WA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Mike] ILB Allen Smith 5-11 229 Fr De La Salle (Concord, CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Will] ILB David Greer 5-11 226 Jr Palo Verde (Las Vegas, NV) 1.5 of 2.5 [Will] ILB Darryon Johnson 6-2 223 (So) Alamogordo (Alamogordo, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Mike] Will Linebacker ILB Allen Smith 5-11 229 Fr De La Salle (Concord, CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Will] ILB David Greer 5-11 226 Jr Palo Verde (Las Vegas, NV) 1.5 of 2.5 [Will] Mike Linebacker ILB Vernon Payne IV 6-2 225 Sr Bellevue (Bellevue, WA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Mike] ILB Darryon Johnson 6-2 223 (So) Alamogordo (Alamogordo, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Mike] Right Outside Linebacker OLB Jose Antonio Ruiz 6-1 209 Fr Roundup (Roundup, MT) 1.0 of 2.0 [Blitz] OLB Gary Price 5-11 237 Jr Highland (Albuquerque, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Coverage] OLB Muhammad Brown 6-2 215 (Fr) Del Norte (Crescent City, CA) 1.0 of 1.5 [Blitz] Cornerbacks CB Andrew Jones 6-1 177 Sr Rancho Cucamonga (CA) 3.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Terryl Wheeler 6-1 171 Fr Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, CA) 2.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] CB Johnson Perry 6-1 171 Jr Tacoma Baptist (Tacoma, WA) 2.0 of 3.0 [Man Coverage] CB Dontrell Ellison 6-1 173 Jr Vasquez (Acton, CA) 1.0 of 2.0 [Zone Coverage] CB Caleb Knapp 5-8 162 (Fr) Saratoga (Saratoga, WY) 1.0 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] CB Bradley Wilde III 5-11 161 Jr Los Alamos (Los Alamos, NM) 1.0 of 1.5 [Man Coverage] Free Safety: FS Daniel Scott 5-10 174 Sr Tucumcari (Tucumcari, NM) 3.0 of 3.0 [Zone Coverage] FS Charlie Stone-Flowers 5-11 188 Jr Juneau-Douglas (Juneau, AK) 1.5 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] FS JaMichael Webb 5-9 166 So Cedar City (Cedar City, UT) 1.0 of 1.5 [Zone Coverage] Strong Safety: SS Robert Johnson 6-1 189 Fr San Mateo (San Mateo, CA) 1.0 of 3.5 [Man Coverage] SS Robert Akins 5-10 179 Jr Valley (Sacramento, CA) 1.5 of 2.0 [Man Coverage] SS David Messer 5-11 180 Sr Bell (Bell, CA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Man Coverage] Special Teams Kicker: K Will McDonald 5-9 179 So Radford (Honolulu, HI) 3.0 of 4.0 [Power] K Mark Curtis 6-3 184 Jr Ventura (Ventura, CA) 1.5 of 1.5 [Accuracy] Punter: P Jason Perreira 6-2 202 (Jr) Rawlins (Rawlins, WY) 2.0 of 2.0 [Power] P Anthony Young 6-4 175 Fr Central (Cheyenne, WY) 1.0 of 1.0 [Accuracy] Kickoff Specialist K Will McDonald 5-9 179 So Radford (Honolulu, HI) 3.0 of 4.0 [Power] Longsnapper C Scott Maldonado 6-2 298 Sr Arvin (Arvin, CA) 1.0 of 1.0 [Run Blocking] Kick Returner RB Dekion Fowler 5-11 203 Sr Parker (Parker, AZ) 2.0 of 2.0 [Speed] Punt Returner RB Dekion Fowler 5-11 203 Sr Parker (Parker, AZ) 2.0 of 2.0 [Speed] Holder QB L.K. Pollock 6-1 206 Jr Dutton (Dutton, MT) 2.5 of 3.0 [Pocket] Redshirts (9/10) QB Tyrice Hicks 6-3 188 So Murrieta Valley (Murrieta, CA) 1.5 of 4.0 [Scrambling] QB Will Miller 6-2 206 Fr Lake Mead Christian (Henderson, NV) 1.0 of 3.0 [Hybrid] WR Kevante Christensen 6-4 182 So Esparto (Esparto, CA) 1.0 of 2.0 [Target] TE Randolph Samuels 6-2 219 So Palo Verde (Las Vegas, NV) 1.0 of 2.0 [Blocking] OT Thomas Fisher 6-3 292 Fr Long Beach Polytechnic (CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] OG Frederick Crawford 6-7 273 Fr Edison (Stockton, CA) 1.0 of 2.5 [Pass Blocking] C James Lee 6-8 266 Fr McCurdy (Espanola, NM) 1.0 of 3.0 [Run Blocking] DE Hakim Hubbard 6-3 257 Fr Buena Park (Buena Park, CA) 1.0 of 3.0 [Blitz] ILB Salvador Bailey 5-10 217 So Benicia (Benicia, CA) 1.0 of 2.0 [Will]
  10. I've had a couple rebuilds and I always focus on filling in my biggest needs first. IMO a balanced team is better than one that's only good at one or two things.
  11. you say that but nobody even challenged me for the 3.0/5.0 center a few years ago and I didn't even have that many points.
  12. Shamarcus "the Kid" Pierce wins both. If I'm being serious then I think Marcus Black and, as a dark horse, Jeremy McKinney
  13. Rhapsody - Emerald Sword
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