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College Football.

Washington Vs. Auburn.

By TOM

#21 *Taylor Rapp- 6', 207,-  He is a terrific quick Strong Safety in the Bubba Baker mode. This is his third season starting in a very talented secondary.

#7 JoJo McIntosh- 6-1, 211 SS, -

#29 Connor O'Brien- OLB, RS SR/2 7-

#99 Greg Gaines, DT/NT, 6-2, 321, - Nice inside player. He can find the QB inside when he takes off. He is a redshirt junior.

 

#72 Trey Adams- OLT, JR, 6-8, 320- He has a shot to be the first OLT taken. "He brings a different energy. Today we were doing a drill and I was at left guard and he was at left tackle, and I was setting someone and he came in and just blasted him. I was like, 'Holy crap! Trey’s back!' It’s so good to have him back," Washington OL Henry Roberts said. "In spring ball, he was coaching me up and coaching everyone from off the field. Now that he’s on the field, he brings a bigger presence. When you know you’re going into a bar fight with Trey Adams, you feel a lot more comfortable." If he stays healthy he is a lock to go in the First.

He got hurt last season, and they need him to be healthy this season. "We’re bringing him along slowly but surely, and he continues to make progress. He’s got to continue to gain confidence and I think he took a big step in that direction today in getting back and just getting out there in 2-minute drill and some of those things. I think he’s looking good. I’m happy with the progress he’s made. We’ve got to be smart with him and build him back up, but so far so good." They are expecting him to be full stregth against Auburn.

#58 Kaleb McGary- 6-7, 318, #58- He has the size. Now he just have to prove that he has the NFL talent.

#3 Browning- QB, JR, 6-3- Nice job turning and throwing quick on the WR screen. He can look to one side of the field and then throw to the other. Veteran QB who is as tough as it gets. He does throw the ball well through pressure. He throws a beautiful pass down the seam.

Gets it to his RB swinging out of the backfield with some nice speed. He can through into some small windows over the middle. Great tough on the sideline. He can put the ball were only his guy can get it, between three defenders. I would spend some draft capital on this kid.

He will take off when everyone is covered, and can get some yards with his feet, but only as a last resort. Knows when to throw it away, and does mess around. He always seems to make the smart play. Very decisive. He reads and then reacts as quick as anyone.

Nice feet and speed scrambling outside to pick up the 1st down when no one is open. Nice job running backwards with an LB grabbing his arm and shoulder, and throwing the ball away. Not as good a thrower scrambling to the left.

#79 Coleman Shelton- OC, 6-4, 297, SR/3- 

#9 *Myles Gaskin- RB, 5-10, 191, JR/3- He is a very productive little back. I don't know how he does it. But he scoots past everyone with great speed and agility. I don't know if he can do it on the next level. I'm not sure I would take him, but he is fun to watch.

He has some power in his thighs, and can run through tackles. He has very strong legs. Nice hop cut inside and outside. He runs real low, and can break a tackle with his legs and balance.

Nice cut back runner. They like him to run against the grain. Great weapon out of the backfield. Nice job curling against the grain, and using his feet to make a guy miss on the second level. Looks like a nice Day Three RB for a Zone Blocking scheme.

#89 Drew Sample- TE,  - He is a big blocking TE similar to Dissley. He hurt his ankle last season.

 

 

#8 Jarrett Stidham- QB, Soph, 6-3, 214- He has a good chance to be the top QB taken. "" He has that knack for coming up big in the 4th quarter. Terrific on 3rd down. He can take the big hit, and get up and complete the next pass.

#23 Ryan Davis- WR, 5-9, 185- He is a productive slot guy. He could end up a Patriot at some point. He has a great feel for routes in the slot. He is also great after the catch.

2017: Veteran of the receiving corps … third team all-SEC (Phil Steele) ... set Auburn single-season record for receptions with 84 for 815 yards, 5 TD … second in SEC with 6.0 catches per game … two receptions against Georgia Southern with a 19-yard touchdown catch from Stidham … eight catches gained 32 yard at Clemson … career-best nine catches vs. Mercer gained 68 yards … four receptions at Missouri … six catches vs. Mississippi State gained 32 yards … 75-yard touchdown catch from Stidham vs. Ole Miss was Auburn’s longest play of the season … 2 catches gained 67 yards at LSU, with a long play of 52 yards … 8 receptions at Arkansas gained 63 yards and threw a 62-yard TD pass to Darius Slayton (longest TD pass by a non-QB in Auburn records) at Arkansas … 7 catches gained 80 yards at Texas A&M, with a 2-yard TD catch … 55 yards on four catches vs. Georgia, with 32-yard TD reception … 6 catches vs. ULM … career highs with 11 catches for 139 yards vs. Alabama … 7 catches for 65 yards in SEC championship ... eight catches in Peach Bowl vs. UCF.

#76 Prince Tega Wanogho - WR, 6-7, 307, OLT- Is very young to football. He has tremendous physical gifts. Now he just has to put it all together mentally. It could take him a while, but he puts it all together he could be a 1st Round talent.

2017: Began season as starter at left tackle … could also wear jersey #98 … starter at left tackle the first four games of the season, at LSU and Arkansas and against ULM.

#3 Nate Craig-Myers- WR, 6-2, 214, - He has it all physically, but not mentally. He has to learn how to play WR to move on to the NFL.

2017: Starting wide receiver … 23-yard reception at Clemson was Auburn’s long gain of that contest … 3 catches gained 40 yards vs. Mercer … career long 57-yard TD catch from Jarrett Stidham at Missouri … 2 catches for 34 yards vs. Ole Miss … 26-yard catch at Arkansas … 13-yard reception vs. Georgia … 3-yard TD catch from Kerryon Johnson vs. Alabama … 6-yard TD catch from Stidham on opening drive of SEC championship game … three receptions in Peach Bowl gained 54 yards vs. UCF ... Preseason: 4th team all-SEC (Athlon).

#81 Darius Slayton- 6-2, 190,  n- Speed-speed-speed.

2017: Veteran receiver … 29 receptions for 643 yards (22.2 avg.) and 5 TD this season … three receptions against Georgia Southern gaining 43 yards … 49-yard reception vs. Mississippi State … 19-yard TD catch from Stidham was one of two receptions vs. Ole Miss … 25-yard reception at LSU … 146 yards on four receptions at Arkansas, including 62-yard TD from Ryan Davis … 99 yards on two catches at Texas A&M, the long a 53-yard TD from Stidham … 42-yard TD catch from Stidham vs. Georgia … 50-yard TD catch vs. ULM … the first Auburn receiver with a TD catch in four consecutive games since Emory Blake in 2010-11 … three catches vs. Alabama … two receptions in SEC championship ... five catches vs. UCF in Peach Bowl.

#33 Will Hastings- - He is a slot guy with a bum knee. He has to prove he is healthy first.

2017: Veteran wide receiver … 26 catches for season … leading receiver against Georgia Southern, with 4 catches gaining 68 yards and a 19-yard TD … 2 catches at Clemson … 3 catches gained a team-best 71 yards against Mercer … then-career best 46-yard reception from Stidham at Missouri … 47-yard TD catch from Stidham vs. Mississippi State … career-long 49-yard TD from Stidham was one of three receptions at LSU … 22-yard reception at Arkansas … 17-yard reception vs. ULM … 20-yard catch vs. Alabama ... gained 117 yards on six receptions vs. UCF in Peach Bowl, with a 26-yard TD catch ... Burlsworth Trophy nominee.

#64 Mike Horton- OG,6-4, 324, -

#77 Marquel Harrell- OG, 6-3, 307, -

 

 

#5 Derrick Brown- 6-5, 325, DT- I do like the way he move backwards. Played with more power moving forward in run game. Great job pulling inside and knocking the inside guys back. Nice quick hop outside and back when he has an edgerusher way outside.  

2017: Starter at defensive tackle … 56 tackles for season ... 6 tackles, sack, 1.5 TFL against Georgia Southern … sack, 2 TFL at Clemson … 3 solo tackles, PBU vs. Mercer … 3 tackles vs. Mississippi State … 6 tackles, 2 TFL vs. Ole Miss … 6 tackles at LSU … forced a fumble, 7-yard sack and 2 tackles at Arkansas … team-best 7 tackles at Texas A&M … 4 tackles, sack vs. Georgia … 5 tackles, TFL vs. ULM … forced an Alabama fumble … 4 tackles, TFL in SEC championship ... blocked a UCF field goal attempt in the Peach Bowl ... SEC Academic Honor Roll and Academic Top Tiger ... SEC Student-Athlete Leadership Council for football.

#3 Marlon Davidson- 6-3, 278, #5- He has to turn his vast talent into production. They said he was making plays in spring ball, for whatever that means. He plays hard and they keep him in on every down. Now he just has to get some stats.

2017: Second-year starter at defensive end … 43 tackles for season ... 4 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 TFL against Georgia Southern … forced a Clemson fumble along with 3 tackles and 2 TFL … 33-yard fumble recovery at Missouri, along with 4 tackles, TFL … 5 tackles, PBU vs. Mississippi State … 4 tackles at LSU … sack at Arkansas … 4 tackles at Texas A&M … 3 tackles, sack vs. Georgia … 6 tackles, TFL vs. ULM … 3 tackles vs. Alabama … 2 solo stops in SEC championship game … SEC DL of Week: Missouri … Preseason: 2nd team all-SEC (SEC coaches, Athlon, Lindy’s, Birmingham News, SEC media, CBS Sports), 3rd team all-SEC (Phil Steele).

#95 Dontavius Russell- DT, 6-3, 320,- He is run stuffer who doesn't give much in the rush. Watch to see if he plays on passing down. That is what will move him up in the Draft.

2017: Returning starter at defensive tackle … 115 career tackles … had 3 tackles vs. Georgia Southern … sack at Clemson … TFL vs. Mercer … team-best 7 tackles at LSU … led team with 6 tackles at Arkansas … 4 tackles at Texas A&M … 10-yard sack, 4 tackles and a forced fumble vs. Georgia … 5 tackles, sack, 3.5 TFL vs. ULM … 4 tackles vs. Alabama … 6-yard sack in SEC championship … five tackles vs. UCF in Peach Bowl ... Preseason: 2nd team all-SEC (SEC coaches), 3rd team all-SEC (SEC media, CBS Sports).

#13 Javaris Davis- 5-10, 187, CB- He is a pure speed guy. Now he has to learn how to play Corner. If he can get his techniques down, he has the speed the NFL craves.  

2017: In the mix as a starter at cornerback … 29 tackles for season ... four solo stops at Clemson … 3 tackles, TFL vs. Mercer … 37-yard interception return for a score vs. Mississippi State, along with 3 tackles … 2 tackles at Texas A&M … interception, forced fumble, PBU and 2 tackles vs. ULM … 3 tackles vs. Alabama … 5 tackles in SEC championship.

#12 Jamel Dean, 6-2, 208, CB- He has the size and athleticism that NFL craves. He now has to prove it on the field as well.  

2017: In the mix as a starter at cornerback … 43 tackles for season ... 4 solo tackles, TFL, PBU at Clemson … made first start at Missouri, 4 tackles, 3 PBU, TFL vs. Mississippi State … team-high 7 tackles vs. Ole Miss … 4 tackles at LSU … TFL, PBU, 2 tackles at Arkansas … 3 tackles at Texas A&M … 2 tackles, PBU vs. ULM … 2 tackles vs. Alabama … 5 tackles in SEC championship ... recorded six tackles in Peach Bowl vs. UCF ... SEC Academic Honor Roll and Academic Top Tiger.

#20 Jeremiah Dinson- 6', 195, FS- He is another super athlete. He is also a good football player. He can also step up and play some slot Corner. Watch him in the slot this afternoon to see his real NFL potential. 

2017: Veteran safety and starting nickelback … 47 tackles for season ... recovered a Clemson fumble, along with 2 tackles and a PBU … team-high 6 tackles vs. Mercer … 5 tackles, TFL at Missouri … 3 solo stops vs. Mississippi State … 2 solo stops vs. Ole Miss … 5 tackles at LSU … 8-yard sack, 4 tackles at Arkansas … 5 tackles at Texas A&M … team-best six tackles vs. Georgia … 3 tackles, PBU vs. ULM … 2 solo stops vs. Alabama … 3 tackles in SEC championship.

#57 LB Deshaun Davis- 5-11, 225, LB, -

#61 Montavious Atkinson- 6-1, 219, LB, -

 

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

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The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:

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We are watching the theft of our Country 

 

in more ways than one.

 

We elected a gang of criminals who are stealing

 

 everything they can.

 

And don't think for a second 

 

that they don't plan on 

 

CONSPIRING WITH PUTIN AGAIN 

 

and

 

STEAL OUR DEMOCRACY AGAIN! 

 

Hey Trump, go pee in a hole!

 

BEWARE AMERICA! OUR DEMOCRACY IS DYING!

 

WE ARE NOW IN A "WORST CASE SCENARIO" 

SITUATION!

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