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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Dragon View Post
    Also some of that is the game putting the players there if there aren't enough players at that position to fill up the depth chart. On Temple for example, however, Vaughn Charlton used to be a QB before switching to TE this year, and he is Temple's 3rd-string/emergency QB so that's why he remains there.
    yea, im using him as my real QB in my temple OD right now since his THP and THA are better than the starter his awr makes playing on the road a headache with all the squiggles though.

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    Arkansas Razorback race updates needed:
    Dominquez LT Light -> Medium
    Nash RE Light -> Dark
    Harris LOLB Light -> Dark
    Mitchell FS Light -> Dark and he should also be 6'1" not 6'7" lol

    Arkansas State Red Wolves race updates:
    Samuel TE Light -> Dark (He is also number 86 6'2" 225)
    Chavis RE Light -> Dark
    Davis LOLB Light -> Dark

    I may have missed one or two but these jumped out at me.

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    Gah, I need to make Chester Stewart's ratings better. That's one thing I've forgotten. Will get the Ark/Ark St. changes in.

    Temple's new depth chart at QB looks like this:
    #7 Chester Stewart, rJR
    #11 Chris Coyer, rFR
    #12 Connor Reilly, FR

    Going by how they come out as QBs it would now go Stewart, Charlton (TE), Coyer, and then Reilly, so Stewart is now better.
    Last edited by Iron Dragon; 07-19-2010 at 03:13 PM.

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    Dragon.. You have done awesome work.. Glad I could help on the Uva roster and will help send more as people send them too me!

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    Dragon- If you need a idea on a list of player that need their ratings put up or down. Post here.. I have very big knowledge into college football

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafton19 View Post
    Dragon.. You have done awesome work.. Glad I could help on the Uva roster and will help send more as people send them too me!
    Thanks alot for your help and glad to hear you like 'em.

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    Va Tech

    Curious, why is Tony Gregory rated higher than David Wilson for VT? Gregory hasn't even stepped on the field. Unless there's some hype I don't know about.

    And I think Dyrell Roberts should be faster than Jarrett Boykin. Also read an article that said Roc Carmichael and David Wilson were the fastest players on the team.

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    Weslye Saunders TE for South Carolina is rated as the #2 TE for the draft next year and is a 78 with 68 speed. Please fix this.

    Also, Cliff Matthews is a terror for South Carolina and is rated fairly low as well.

    South Carolina really got screwed on D overall, any changes to improve the defense would be appreciated.

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    Just a quick few corrections for SDSU I noticed:

    - WR #18 Doug Deakin should be Vincent Brown #80 (Change weight to 195, hometown to Rancho Cucamonga). It's odd that Brown got left off in the first place, from these and Brantley4Heisman's PS3 rosters, considering he's the star player, and widely considered one of the top WRs in the nation.

    - RB Brandon Sullivan should be moved to FB

    - FB DJ Shields should be moved to TE behind Umuolo.

    - RB Ronnie Hillman #22 should be added, and made starting RB. Should be rated 78

    - DE Ernie Lawson should be starting DE.

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    QB14 6'2/219/SO Kevin Prince (#4)
    QB17 6'5/186/FR Darius Bell (#13 / JUCO XFR / SO / 6'0 225 / Just as fast as Prince with better ACC & AGL / Rate just a nip better than Brehaut)
    QB18 6'3/207/SO Nick Crissman
    QB12 6'2/222/SO Richard Brehaut


    HB33 6'0/235/JR Derrick Coleman (Move to FB if necessary, but keep HB ratings)
    HB25 5'8/170/SO Damien Thigpen
    HB27 5'10/190/FR Jordon James (True FR)
    HB23 5'10/201/SO Johnathan Franklin
    HB2 5'8/202/SO Malcolm Jones (#28 / True FR / 60 215 / 5* HB; rate higher than Jordon James. #2, Milton Knox is transferring)


    FB36 6'0/266/FR Jayson Allmond
    FB45 5'11/236/SR Iuta Tepa (#96 / 61 244 / FR rs / Move to RE / Ratings = Stokes)


    WR81 6'2/185/FR Micah Kia (#73 / 6'5 321 / SR rs / Move to LT, rate about 82)
    WR11 5'11/187/FR Ricky Marvray (#20)
    WR28 6'0/180/JR Josh Smith #3 / (60 203 / Great KR, 1 of the fastest on the team)
    WR85 6'4/204/SO Jerry Johnson (#9)
    WR88 5'11/175/FR Jerry Rice Jr (FR rs)
    WR1 5'10/184/SO Randall Carroll
    WR6 6'2/188/JR Tevin McDonald (#12 / True FR / 511 180 4.6 / 4* move to CB)
    WR83 6'5/211/JR Nelson Rosario
    WR82 6'3/208/JR Taylor Embree


    TE84 6'4/225/FR Joseph Fauria (#8 / 67 259 / SO rs)
    TE7 6'4/219/SO Morrell Presley
    TE87 6'5/254/JR Cory Harkey (262 lbs)


    LT78 6'7/290/SO Brett Downey (298 lbs)
    LT75 6'5/280/FR Chris Ward (True FR / Move to RG / 300 lbs / 4*)
    LG60 6'4/306/JR Jeff Baca
    LG77 6'4/339/SR Darius Savage (Move to RG)
    C51 6'1/309/JR Kai Maiava
    C53 6'4/285/FR Greg Capella (#64 / 64 320 / Move to RG)
    RG66 6'3/295/SR Ryan Taylor (Move to C)
    RG74 6'5/318/SO Stan Hasiak (Move to LT)
    RT44 6'5/270/JR Mike Harris (#65 / 65 331 / 2nd highest rated OL / JR rs)
    RT62 6'1/331/SR Eddie Williams (Move to RG)
    RT71 6'4/280/FR Wade Yandall (True FR / Move to LG)


    LE56 6'4/267/JR Datone Jones
    LE97 6'3/261/SO Damien Holmes (270 lbs)
    LE89 6'4/230/FR Owamagbe Odighizuwa (#94 / True FR / 240 lbs / 5*)
    RE91 6'3/266/SR Reginald Stokes
    RE92 6'3/234/FR Kody Innes (True FR / 63 273 / 3* RT)
    RE59 6'2/228/FR Keenan Graham (245 lbs)


    DT99 6'4/278/JR Justin Edison (289 lbs)
    DT98 6'3/275/FR Cassius Marsh (#71 / True FR / 64 270 / 4*)
    DT61 6'2/301/SR Nate Chandler (#89 / 65 291 / JR rs / 2nd highest rated DT)
    DT95 6'4/250/FR Aramide Olaniyan (#88 / True FR / 62 202 4.6 / 4* move to ROLB)
    DT72 6'5/294/SR Sean Sheller (Move to LT)
    DT85 6'5/290/SR David Carter (301 lbs)

    LOLB10 6'4/252/JR Akeem Ayers
    LOLB9 6'0/247/SO Donovan Carter (Move to DT / 280 lbs)
    MLB43 6'4/231/JR Steve Sloan
    MLB58 6'1/210/FR Isaiah Bowens (Move to LOLB / 240 lbs)
    MLB55 6'4/220/FR Jordan Zumwalt (#35 / True FR / 4*)
    MLB41 6'1/227/SR Patrick Larimore (#42 / 63 250 / SO rs / Ratings = Sloan)
    ROLB11 5'11/205/JR Sean Westgate
    ROLB52 6'2/225/FR Anthony Barr (#2 / True FR / 64 228 4.55 / 4* LOLB, but can play HB / SS; on roster as F Back)

    CB31 6'2/173/FR Anthony Jefferson (#8 / True FR / 180 lbs)
    CB26 5'10/176/SO Andrew Abbott
    CB23 6'0/160/FR Marlon Pollard
    CB21 6'1/203/SO Aaron Hester
    CB35 6'0/187/SO Brandon Sermons (#2 / 511 193)
    CB7 5'8/160/JR Courtney Viney
    CB22 6'2/165/SO Sheldon Price

    FS3 6'1/197/JR Rahim Moore
    FS19 6'0/194/SO Dietrich Riley (#1 / True FR / 61 195)
    FS4 6'1/200/FR Stan McKay (Move to SS)
    SS20 6'4/210/JR Glenn Love (Move to ROLB / 216 lbs / Ratings = Westgate)
    SS6 5'11/199/JR Tony Dye (206 lbs)

    K25 6'0/192/SR Kai Forbath
    P18 6'1/204/SO Jeff Locke

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    More Wisconsin
    DT Butrym- sp 66, st 86, agi 64, acc 64, awr 86. Ov now 86 from 88.
    SS O'Neal- st 64, awr 62. hit pow 76- he is a big hitter, Ov now a 68 from 65. Also a Rfr, not FR

    TE switch Korslin- Create #49 Brian Wozniak rFr, 6-4/249, loveland, ohio, light skin.
    http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-fo...k_brian00.html
    He is the next stud Badger TE- think Garrett Graham more than Beckham though. Little bit more a blocker, more TE like speed. 75 OV ish

    QB Phillips is out for the year- depth chart change.

    FB- Davidson- he didn't play last season. Ewing (i have at 75) is more likely to see FB time than him. #3 Behind Ewing and TE Byrne at FB. I would drop him across the board with blocking being his main strength (i have him at 72 ov now). but raise TAK from 40- most FB in general are on ST.

    K Welch- raise KACC +2, awr also. His OV you want to target at 86. PS #2 B10 Kicker.


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    QB Nate Montana- he is a hit or miss. I think increase him to mid 60s. I have seen him the backup QB some sources. He is supposedly accurate- maybe focus on that and awr a little.

    QB could switch Massa to Tommy Rees- i have also seen him listed the #2. http://www.und.com/sports/m-footbl/m...s_tommy00.html accurate and decent feet.

    QB Crist- break tak- 56, trk 56, elu 40.


    FB- Hughes- he is power back who has produced some- increase truck, btk, etc


    WR- John Goodman needs to be created. I would probably boot Toma for him. #81 John Goodman, rSo (?), 6-3/205, fort wayne, ind. If i remember right- he can throw too. I have at 79 ov

    CFN on him - Will John Goodman be ready to take on a bigger role? At 6-3 and 205 pounds, he’s big and has tremendous speed with the ability to play any of the three receiver spots. He’ll push hard for the open No. 3 job after a decent midseason stretch with six catches for 104 yards and a score, but he didn’t do anything over the other nine games. Quick enough to be used as a returner and occasionally getting the ball as a runner, he’s too athletic to not get the ball in his hands.

    WR Deion Walker- Should be behind Goodman and Jones, probably Riddick too.

    WR Floyd- Inj 78

    WR Riddick- Tate like, quick. AGI increase, AWR. Good returner- RET increase

    WR- S Evans- really didn't do much last year- i would probably drop him to 80

    RT Zack Martin to LT- according to most sources i saw. Starter over Romine

    LT Romine- INJ 82, ACC 72

    RG Alex Bullard to RT

    RG Trevor Robinson is probably the best Irish OL- i would improve him to 85 ish

    LG- I don't see Chris Stewart or Andrew Nuss on the rosters. Stewart tends to be the starter in the information i see. Use LG Hernandez to create Stewart. #59, Senior, 6-5/344, spring, Texas. dark skin. I have Stewart 82 ov. Stewart is considered the second best OL. Nuss the backup at LG

    LG Watt to RG- can drop ov- he is the backup

    C Golic is third string from everyone i have seen- Should be rated 68
    C Wenger is the back up. spd,agi,acc,awr could use improvement



    NT Sean Cwynar is the #2- his awr is at 40 for some reason. He is more quick than strong.

    NT Hafis Williams to RE

    ROLB Teo to MLB should be rated 82-83
    MLB Brian Smith to ROLB
    ROLB Posluszny to MLB
    MLB Anthony McDonald a slight increase- he is starting in the 3-4 behind Teo
    LOLB Spond to ROLB
    ROLB Steve Filer- #2 ROLB- i have no idea why he is a 58 OV. He is #2 ROLB and more 74-76 ish.


    CB Walls and Gray are the likely starters. I have Gray 82, Walls 79 and Blanton 79. Walls is the most athletic of the group. They all have struggled with getting picks and coverage. AWR, play rec, pursuit, etc, etc.

    SS H Smith- He is a hitter, increased TAK, Hit Power, coverage a little, awr. 84 OV i have him .

    K Tauch- leg power 88.

    P Turk- leg power 85. 38 average last year.

    Overall, i have the OL a tad better, the CB a bit worse is how it shook down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafton19 View Post
    Va Tech

    Curious, why is Tony Gregory rated higher than David Wilson for VT? Gregory hasn't even stepped on the field. Unless there's some hype I don't know about.

    And I think Dyrell Roberts should be faster than Jarrett Boykin. Also read an article that said Roc Carmichael and David Wilson were the fastest players on the team.
    Gregory isn't even on my roster. Not sure where you're seeing him.

    Boykin's 40 is faster than Roberts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafton19 View Post
    Weslye Saunders TE for South Carolina is rated as the #2 TE for the draft next year and is a 78 with 68 speed. Please fix this.

    Also, Cliff Matthews is a terror for South Carolina and is rated fairly low as well.

    South Carolina really got screwed on D overall, any changes to improve the defense would be appreciated.
    Not going to do anything to Saunders since he might not playing in 2010 due to his investigation.

    Matthews is fine at 86.

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    I hadn't checked over Tech's yet, so I was just sending something my friend sent.. I thought Roberts was faster. Who has the higher ACC?

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    I thought the same about Matthews.. I have a few friends over for the next few days doing some college football research/

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    unc
    lb zach brown runs 88 spd 80 agi 84 acc
    cb kendrick burney - 2 ovr
    fs deunta williams +5 ovr
    de quinton couples - 3 ovr
    robert quinn + 3 ovr
    rb ryan houston 81 speed
    rb shaun droughn 85 spd
    quan sturdivant is the wlb
    bruce carter is the rolb 87spd
    qb tj yates -5 ovr
    wr erick highsmith -5 awr +5 spd - 3 route - 4 cth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafton19 View Post
    Just a quick few corrections for SDSU I noticed:

    - WR #18 Doug Deakin should be Vincent Brown #80 (Change weight to 195, hometown to Rancho Cucamonga). It's odd that Brown got left off in the first place, from these and Brantley4Heisman's PS3 rosters, considering he's the star player, and widely considered one of the top WRs in the nation.

    - RB Brandon Sullivan should be moved to FB

    - FB DJ Shields should be moved to TE behind Umuolo.

    - RB Ronnie Hillman #22 should be added, and made starting RB. Should be rated 78

    - DE Ernie Lawson should be starting DE.
    Brown is on my roster as a starter.

    Sullivan switched to FB.

    Shields to TE.

    Hillman created as a 75 OVR RB.

    Lawson moved to DE and now a 73.

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    Iron- I found that link to donate. Will do so later this week.. I think it's awesome people like you do this. Before going to med school at Ohio St. Me and my g/f used to do rosters. You rock!

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    South Carolina
    OVR THP THA
    Stephen Garcia 86 88 83 - Should be an 82-83
    Andrew Clifford 81 86 86 Shouldn't be Good- Shoule be a 78
    Zac Brindise 82 84 86 Shouldn't be Good- Should be a 80
    Connor Shaw 68 80 80 2nd String Coming out of Spring- Should be an 80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grafton19 View Post
    Iron- I found that link to donate. Will do so later this week.. I think it's awesome people like you do this. Before going to med school at Ohio St. Me and my g/f used to do rosters. You rock!
    Thanks in advance for shooting a donation in my name or how ever you'll do it to TGT, thanks for the help you've given me. Just trying to get a good roster for everyone.

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