I would agree and at this point say it’s haskins until one of the other guys proves otherwise. I’m looking forward to the competition
Always nice when young folks have their feet on the ground
I'll say that I felt the same, but probably because a lot of his catches seemed to come at key moments, and he had a ton of YAC on a lot of them, I think that's why I was surprised as well to see such a low number of receptions.
I won’t be able to make that match but I will for sure be looking for it on TV. Kyle Snyder is other worldly. Can’t wait to see what he does in life. UFC champion? Next WWE mega star?
without question, my crowning achievement here on 11w.
I gotta believe all three of these guys get drafted, I'd put webb in that 2/3 area, Worley in that 4/6 and Barrett may be a 7th round pick, but some coach is going to fall in love with his intangibles.
Past Buckeyes continue to be one of the main and most true pitches you can give to a potential recruit.
Sam Hubbard is going to be some DCs dream. Kid just loves the game and will do whatever it takes to be the best
What a time to be a DL commit at Ohio State. You get to learn from Larry Johnson and now is a time when you’ll most likely be able to garner early playing time
Potter and Harrison are 100% must haves, no question. They're a huge position of need especially considering who we just lost and that Bosa for sure isn't sticking around for a fourth year. Rumler would be a huge get if we could pull him from the grips of Harbaugh, but I think he projects more to the interior OL, and we're super deep there. We need more beef at OT for sure.
QB: JT Barrett
HB: Ezekiel Elliott
WR: Michael Thomas
WR: Devin Smith
H: Curtis Samuel
LT: Taylor Decker
LG: Michael Jordan
C: Billy Price
RG: Pat Elflein
RT: Jamarco Jones
TE: Jeff Heuerman
DE: Joey Bosa
DT: Jonathan Hankins
DT: Dre'Mont Jones
DE: Nick Bosa
OLB: Darron Lee
MLB: Raekwon McMillan
OLB: Ryan Shazier
CB: Marhson Lattimore
CB: Gareon Conley
S: Von Bell
S: Malik Hooker
Homie is hungry, no? I am a big fan of competitive eating, but I prefer my football players to not have a belly full of garbage.
Nick Saban has a thing for hiring douche OC's, eh?
Honestly, I'd like to see more fresh blood see the light of day from that positional group. I feel like we've seen the best of McLaurin and Campbell, and I think there are players behind them that deserve a shot. I like that Dixon will be back, smart move by him, he needs to show that he can play more than 1 full season.
I would like to see Victor, Mack, and Hill come in and take over and show that they can't be taken off the field.
It's tough to say. I still feel like the cream always rises. Yes it is on the coaching staff to put the best 22 guys on the field at any given point in time, but it's also on the player to show the coaches that even if you're only a second year guy, the team is exponentially better with you on the field.
It's a two way street for sure, but McCall is sitting in a spot where many of the guys that share positions with him aren't game breaking studs, so if he wants to play he needs to ball out.
They're going to be tough as nails once again, if they find their rhythm on offense, Clemson has to be early favorites besides the Tide.
It will be another fun one all the way through next year!
Been a member since 2012, always operated a bit in the background but decided in the last couple years to be more active, and thusly ended up getting myself entrenched on the leaderboard, and I'm happy to say I'm squarely in the middle of that bad boy now.
I love 11w, great place to come and get your buckeye fix, any time of the year.
Worley is an attractive option as he fills sort of the hybrid big safety/mid-sized OLB roll. He's got decent instincts, he's a multiple year starter, he's intelligent, and he's played multiple positions. He'll surely get a look, and I would bet he makes a squad as a helluva special teams player.
I will say that Demario McCall is one of the guys this year that is in that “go do something” position. If you have it within you, go prove it. Go do something
True, but because the offensive units don’t have lots of time to gel you see a lot of turnovers and very little success in the run game.
Sounds promising, all you can ask for at this stage of the game. Go get em fellas!
Just win, that’s it. What a fantastic start to conference play!
Keep the train rolling, keep winning those conference games! Go bucks!
Washington’s performance at the UA game is made all the more impressive by the fact that most of those games don’t see any offensive players really get in a rhythm and have big time success. The DLs usually dominate those games.
I will say I would rather the open spots go to pass rushers and OL, but obviously the staff knows better how the numbers crunch is going to fall out better than anyone
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