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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:39 pm    Post subject: The Opening and Elite 11 Thread Reply with quote

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QUARTERBACKS (17)
• Shane Buechele (6-2, 185) Arlington, Texas (Texas)
• K.J. Costello (6-4, 213) Santa Margarita, Calif. (Stanford)
• Messiah deWeaver (6-4, 215) Dayton, Ohio (Michigan State)
• Jett Duffey (6-0, 171) Mansfiled, Texas (Texas Tech)
• Jacob Eason (6-5, 205) Lake Stevens, Wash. (Georgia)
• Feleipe Franks (6-5, 220) Crawfordville, Fla. (LSU)
• Jarrett Guarantano (6-4, 200) Oradell, N.J. (Tennessee)
• Dwayne Haskins Jr. (6-3, 198) Potomac, Md. (Maryland)
• Malik Henry (6-3, 180) Bradenton, Fla. (FSU)
• Brandon McIlwain (6-0, 200) Newtown, Penn. (S. Carolina)
• Patrick O'Brien (6-4, 225) San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (Nebraska)
• Jawon Pass (6-5, 220) Columbus, Ga.
• Shea Patterson (6-2, 195) Shreveport, La. (Ole Miss)
• Brandon Peters (6-5, 205) Avon, Ind. (Michigan)
• Anthony Russo (6-4, 221) Warminster, Penn. (Rutgers)
• Nick Starkel (6-3, 186) Argyle, Texas (Oklahoma State)
• Dillon Sterling-Cole (6-2, 183) Houston, Texas

RUNNING BACKS (13)
• Tre Bryant (5-10, 195) St. Louis, Mo.
• Tavien Feaster (6-0, 204) Spartanburg, S.C. (Clemson)
• Najee Harris (6-1, 210) Antioch, Calif. (Alabama)
• Elijah Holyfield (5-11, 205) Atlanta, Ga.
• Travis Homer (5-11, 195) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Miami)
• Tony Jones (6-0, 212) Bradenton, Fla. (Notre Dame)
• Vavae Malepeai (6-0, 195) Mililani, Hawaii (Oregon)
• Demario McCall (5-11, 180) North Ridgeville, Ohio (Ohio State)
• Sean McGrew (5-8, 175) Bellflower, Calif. (Washington)
• Miles Sanders (5-10, 195) Pittsburgh, Penn. (Penn State)
• Melquise Stovall (5-8, 180) Lancaster, Calif. (USC)
• D'Andre Swift (5-9, 195) Philadelphia, Penn.
• Kareem Walker (6-1, 210) Wanye, N.J. (Ohio State)

WIDE RECEIVERS (28)
• A.J. Brown (6-1, 200) Starkville, Miss.
• Sam Bruce (5-8, 180) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Miami)
• Chase Claypool (6-5, 205) British Columbia, Canada
• Tyrie Cleveland (6-2, 189) Houston, Texas
• Donnie Corley (6-2, 180) Wyandotte, Mich.
• Dylan Crawford (6-1, 175) Santa Margarita, Calif.
• Kyle Davis (6-3, 211) Lawrenceville, Ga.
• Tren'Davian Dickson (6-0, 171) Navasota, Texas
• Trevon Diggs (6-0, 183) Rockville, Md.
• Devin Duvernay (5-11, 195) Sachse, Texas
• Bryan Edwards (6-3, 208) Conway, S.C. (S. Carolina)
• Trevon Grimes (6-3, 180) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
• Theo Howard (6-0, 170) Thousand Oak, Calif. (Oregon)
• Josh Imatorbhebhe (6-2, 205) Suwanee, Ga. (USC)
• Jack Jones (5-10, 170) Long Beach, Calif.
• Austin Mack (6-2, 205) Fort Wayne, Ind. (Ohio State)
• Javon McKinley (6-2, 203) Corona, Calif.
• D.K. Metcalf (6-3, 195) Oxford, Miss. (Ole Miss)
• Dillon Mitchell (6-0, 191) Memphis, Tenn. (Oregon)
• Donovan Peoples-Jones (6-2, 192) Detroit, Mich.
• Darnell Salomon (6-3, 198) Hollywood, Fla.
• Eli Stove (6-1, 178) Niceville, Fla. (Auburn)
• Stephen Sullivan (6-5, 230) Donaldsonville, La. (LSU)
• Freddie Swain (6-0, 172) Citra, Fla.
• Kalakausa Timoteo (6-1, 190) Mililani, Hawaii (Hawaii)
• Darryl Turner (5-9, 175) Hyattsville, Md. (Maryland)
• Tyler Vaughns (6-3, 175) La Puente, Calif.
• Binjimen Victor (6-4, 170) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

TIGHT ENDS (6)
• Devin Asiasi (6-5, 260) Concord, Calif.
• Miller Forristall (6-5, 220) Cartersville, Ga. (Alabama)
• Jake Hausmann (6-5, 235) Cincinnati, Ohio (Ohio State)
• Isaac Nauta (6-4, 237) Buford, Ga. (FSU)
• Kaden Smith (6-5, 235) Flower Mound, Texas (Stanford)
• Naseir Upshur (6-3, 233) Philadelphia, Penn.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (21)
• Jack Anderson (6-4, 285) Frisco, Texas
• Calvin Ashley (6-7, 307) Orlando, Fla. (Auburn)
• Parker Boudreaux (6-4, 287) Orlando, Fla.
• Ben Bredeson (6-5, 293) Hartland, Wis.
• Terrance Davis (6-4, 305) Hyattsville, Md.
• Landon Dickerson (6-5, 306) Hudson, N.C.
• Michael Eletise (6-4, 313) Honolulu, Hawaii
• Brett Heggie (6-4, 290) Mount Dora, Fla.
• Drake Jackson (6-2, 288) Versailles, Ky. (Kentucky)
• Baveon Johnson (6-3, 310) Lakeland, Fla. (FSU)
• Tommy Kraemer (6-5, 305) Cincinnati, Ohio (Notre Dame)
• Greg Little (6-5, 305) Allen, Texas (Texas A&M)
• Frank Martin (6-5, 301) Santa Ana, Calif. (USC)
• Frederick Mauigoa (6-3, 295) Pago Pago, Samoa
• Austin Myers (6-4, 291) Manvel, Texas (TCU)
• Michael Onwenu (6-3, 365) Detroit, Mich. (Michigan)
• Sean Pollard (6-5, 290) Southern Pines, N.C. (Clemson)
• E.J. Price (6-6, 311) Lawrenceville, Ga. (Georgia)
• Trey Smith (6-5, 280) Jackson, Tenn.
• Taleni Suhren (6-5, 290) Charlotte, N.C. (Wake Forest)
• Johncarlo Valentin (6-5, 290) Philadelphia, Penn.

DEFENSIVE TACKLES (10)
• Derrick Brown (6-4, 275) Buford, Ga.
• Raekwon Davis (6-7, 315) Meridian, Miss. (Alabama)
• Rashan Gary (6-4, 311) Paramus, N.J.
• Antwuan Jackson (6-2, 285) Ellenwood, Ga.
• Kendell Jones (6-4, 361) Killeen, Texas (Alabama)
• Dexter Lawrence (6-5, 310) Wake Forest, N.C.
• Rashard Lawrence (6-3, 305) Monroe, La.
• Ed Oliver (6-2, 277) Houston, Texas (Houston)
• Mike Panasiuk (6-3, 285) Roselle, Ill. (Michigan State)
• Boss Tagaloa (6-3, 295) Concord, Calif.

DEFENSIVE ENDS (10)
• McTelvin Agim, (6-2, 265) Hope, Ark.
• Oluwole Betiku (6-3, 240) Gardena, Calif.
• Brian Burns (6-5, 212) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
• Jonathon Cooper (6-3, 230) Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State)
• Erick Fowler (6-1, 232) Manor, Texas (LSU)
• Mark Jackson (6-2, 226) Cibolo, Texas (Texas A&M)
• Connor Murphy (6-7, 250) Phoenix, Ariz.
• Caleb Roddy (6-5, 241) Denham Springs, La. (LSU)
• Janarius Robinson (6-5, 260) Panama City, Fla. (Florida State)
• Shane Simmons (6-4, 221) Hyattsville, Md. (Penn State)

LINEBACKERS (19)
• Krys Barnes (6-2, 220) Bakersfield, Calif. (UCLA)
• Markail Benton (6-2, 214) Phenix City, Ala.
• Devin Bush Jr. (6-0, 220) Hollywood, Fla.
• Carter Coughlin (6-4, 212) Eden Prairie, Minn. (Minnesota)
• Ben Davis (6-4, 230) Gordo, Ala.
• Camilo Eifler (6-1, 215) Oakland, Calif.
• Aaron Hansford (6-2, 210) Washington, D.C.
• Daelin Hayes (6-4, 250) West Bloomfield, Mich. (USC)
• Dontavious Jackson (6-2, 239) Houston, Texas
• Jonathan Jones (6-1, 220) Orlando, Fla.
• Keandre Jones (6-3, 198) Olney, Md. (Maryland)
• Mique Juarez (6-2, 222) Torrance, Calif. (USC)
• Caleb Kelly (6-3, 215) Fresno, Calif.
• Jeffrey McCulloch (6-2, 230) Houston, Texas
• Curtis Robinson (6-3, 205) Santa Ana, Calif. (Stanford)
• Rahshaun Smith (6-3, 225) Bradenton, Fla. (Clemson)
• Lyndell Wilson (6-2, 220) Montgomery, Ala.
• LaMar Winston (6-4, 200) Portland, Ore.
• Jaquan Yulee (6-0, 252) Chesapeake, Va. (Alabama)

DEFENSIVE BACKS (29)
• Deontay Anderson (6-1, 192) Manvel, Texas
• Traveon Beck (5-10, 170) Bellflower, Calif. (Cal)
• Brandon Burton (6-2, 195) Gardena, Calif.
• Eric Cuffee (5-11, 188) Waco, Texas
• Stephen Davis Jr. (6-4, 215) Irmo, S.C. (Auburn)
• Obi Eboh (6-1, 184) Southlake, Texas
• Kristian Fulton (6-0, 177) Metairie, La.
• Chauncey Gardner (6-0, 194) Cocoa, Fla. (Florida)
• Deangelo Gibbs (6-2, 204) Suwanee, Ga.
• Damar Hamlin (6-1, 175) Pittsburgh, Pa.
• Lavert Hill (5-10, 166) Detroit, Mich. (Penn State)
• Jaylon Jones (5-11, 182) Allen, Texas
• Nigel Knott (5-11, 175) Madison, Miss.
• Khalil Ladler (5-10, 168) Bradenton, Fla.
• David Long (6-0, 175) Los Angeles, Calif.
• Jared Mayden (6-0, 190) Sachse, Texas
• Kyle Meyers (6-0, 170) New Orleans, La. (FSU)
• Eric Monroe (6-0, 180) Houston, Texas (LSU)
• Trayvon Mullen (6-2, 175) Pompano Beach, Fla.
• Byron Murphy (5-11, 160) Scottsdale, Ariz.
• Marquill Osborne (5-11, 185) Cornelius, N.C. (Tennessee)
• Jordan Parker (5-11, 180) Pittsburg, Calif. (UCLA)
• C.J. Pollard (6-1, 180) Gardena, Calif.
• Trevon Sidney (5-11, 160) La Puente, Calif.
• Saivion Smith (6-1, 175) Bradenton, Fla. (LSU)
• Nigel Warrior (6-0, 175) Suwanee, Ga.
• Andraez Williams (6-2, 166) Shreveport, La. (LSU)
• Jamyest Williams (5-9, 170) Lawrenceville, Ga.
• Joejuan Williams (6-2, 195) Nashville, Tenn.

ATHLETES (10)
• Jamel Cook (6-4, 185) Miami, Fla. (FSU)
• Jordan Fuller (6-2, 190) Westwood, N.J.
• Mecole Hardman Jr. (5-11, 173) Elberton, Ga.
• Lamar Jackson (6-3, 205) Elk Grove, Calif.
• Dylan Moses (6-2, 220) Baton Rouge, La. (LSU)
• Sewo Olonilua (6-2, 217) Humble, Texas (TCU)
• Demetris Robertson (6-1, 165) Savannah, Ga.
• Levonta Taylor (5-11, 182) Virginia Beach, Va. (FSU)
• Christian Wallace (6-2, 211) Sealy, Texas
• Devin White (6-0, 235) Springhill, La.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BS 40 times and verts. BS 40 times and verts everywhere.
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JammerHammer21 wrote:
BS 40 times and verts. BS 40 times and verts everywhere.


47 inch vert doe

Completely realistic, don't know why anyone would ever question it.
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JammerHammer21 wrote:
BS 40 times and verts. BS 40 times and verts everywhere.


47 inch vert doe

Completely realistic, don't know why anyone would ever question it.


The jump was crazy because Imatorbhebhe basically floated for a second, but it wasn't even close to 47. Doing a time test is absurdly stupid. Just do the traditional method. Gotta pump them numbers up.
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Ed Oliver commited to Utah? Laughing
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@TomVH: 2017 Detroit Cass Tech WR Donovan Peoples-Jones wins the Nike football rating championship with a 149.49.



His recruitment is gonna be fun
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@TomVH: 2017 Detroit Cass Tech WR Donovan Peoples-Jones wins the Nike football rating championship with a 149.49.



His recruitment is gonna be fun


Sounds like UM, OSU, MSU, USC, and Florida right now. Long way though.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:29 pm    Post subject: Re: The Opening and Elite 11 Thread Reply with quote

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• Jett Duffey (6-0, 171) Mansfiled, Texas (Texas Tech)


Best name in the nation tbh
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DalCowboyzRule wrote:
zelbell wrote:
• Jett Duffey (6-0, 171) Mansfiled, Texas (Texas Tech)


Best name in the nation tbh
http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/player-LilJordan-Humphrey-167730;_ylt=A0LEVjRkRpJU1O0AS6APxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTByMG04Z2o2BHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDMQRjb2xvA2JmMQR2dGlkAw--

Not even the best name with a Tech offer.
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Devin Bush came in at 5'9.
Go head Michigan.
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JammerHammer21 wrote:
1King wrote:
JammerHammer21 wrote:
BS 40 times and verts. BS 40 times and verts everywhere.


47 inch vert doe

Completely realistic, don't know why anyone would ever question it.


The jump was crazy because Imatorbhebhe basically floated for a second, but it wasn't even close to 47. Doing a time test is absurdly stupid. Just do the traditional method. Gotta pump them numbers up.
it would be fine if they didn't try to correlate the jump force and hang time into an actual vertical jump. If they just posted the force and hang time there would be no issue/controversy.
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Cheesehead430 wrote:
Devin Bush came in at 5'9.
Go head Michigan.


Where did you see 5'9? I've seen 5-11.
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broncosfan07 wrote:
DalCowboyzRule wrote:
zelbell wrote:
• Jett Duffey (6-0, 171) Mansfiled, Texas (Texas Tech)


Best name in the nation tbh
http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/player-LilJordan-Humphrey-167730;_ylt=A0LEVjRkRpJU1O0AS6APxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTByMG04Z2o2BHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDMQRjb2xvA2JmMQR2dGlkAw--

Not even the best name with a Tech offer.


His teammate and actual Texas Tech long snapper commit IV Seacat laughs at you.
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These SPARQ ratings don't even use 225 on the bench like in the combine. Also factoring in the Power Ball is a lulz
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JammerHammer21 wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
Devin Bush came in at 5'9.
Go head Michigan.


Where did you see 5'9? I've seen 5-11.


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-Although Devin Bush of Pembroke Pines (Fla.) Flanagan measured in at around 5-foot-9, once they hit the field he fit in. Bush is quick and physical, and he covers a ton of space. More than anything, he goes hard every rep. He’s a guy that also could possibly play safety.


Buster Davis was an absolute stud and was only 5'9. Still should be a solid player.
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