The 2020-2021

College Season. 

Alabama Vs Texas A&M 






Week Four

Alabama Vs. Texas A&M- 3:30 CBS. 


Taken From 2021 Player Ratings:

9. *Patrick Surtain II- CB Alabama, 6-2, 203, #2- He is my 9th rated player in the 2021 NFL Draft Preview: Long tall CB with great smarts and instincts. He doesn’t give up much. I mean, WRs can struggle to just get off the line. He doesn’t give up anything. Knows how to cut off the WR. Knows how to trap him on the line: Read More.

25. x-LaBryan Ray- DT/DE, Alabama, 6-5, 292, #89- Big D-end who you cannot run at. Quicker and more agile than a guy his size should be. Super athletic and twitchy. He can get cut blocked to the ground, power up instantly and hit the RB. Great eye discipline, he had a Sack against Mississippi State on a Flea-Flicker: Read More.

52. *Josh Jobe- CB, Alabama, 6-1, 192, #28- Young. He has some snap in his hips. Plays the man not the ball. When he gets his hand on the WR first he wins. Best in Press. Twitchy. Tall. Aggressive. Good hitter. Not afraid of the physical stuff. He plays Off. Good job holding his position infront of the WR. Primarily a special teamer last season: Read More.

67. **Christian Barmore- DL, RS-Soph, Alabama, 6-5, 310, #58- When he gets the QB in his sights, he smacks him down. Big huge dude who devastates QBs when he tackles them. He looks bigger than his listed weight. Remarkable size, speed, strength combo, with terrific football skills, instincts and smarts: Read More.

82. *Dylan Moses- 6-3, 235, ILB, Alabama, #32- He did not play in 2020. I had him rated at 82 in 2019 and 92 in 2020: I’m not his biggest fan. I was not a big fan of Mack Wilson, who I though was slow to the hole. He needs to have more impact plays this season. He played OLB in Even fronts sometimes and in odd fronts at ILB. He led Alabama last season (2018) with 86 tackles: Read More.  

#40 Joshua McMillon-6-3, 240, LB- Junior (2018): Veteran backer who worked on defense and special teams ... totaled 14 tackles for the season with one for loss (-1 yard) in 10 games of action as a junior. Louisville: Made one stop for the Tide from his linebacker post. Arkansas State: Posted two tackles against the Red Wolves. Ole Miss: Recorded a career-high three tackles against the Rebels, including one for loss (-1 yard).


10. Alex Leatherwood- OLT, Alabama, 6-6, 312, #70- He has very long arms, and plays at arm’s length very well. He was the best Left Tackle in the SEC. He faced the best and fastest rushers in the SEC and he only gave up 2 Sacks and 3 hurries last season! Read More.

14. DeVonta Smith- WR, Alabama, 6-1, 175, #6- He reminds me of Antonio Brown. Only hopefully without the chaos. He has become a star. On a team with some elite WRs, he has taken over as maybe the best. He has shown a knack for catching TDs in the past two weeks: Ole Miss and A&M. Phenomenal speed in pattern. Read More.

28. Jaylen Waddle- WR Alabama, 5-10, 182, #17- Like Donta Smith, when he got on the field he dominated. He is a smaller, probably a Slot WR, in the NFL. When he gets the ball in his hands he is dynamic. He is field fast in the SEC. He could get lost in the shuffle in the Draft next year. But he can play. Read More.

34. *Najee Harris- 6-2, 230, RB, Alabama, #22- He is a serious 1st Round talent who still has a lot of tread on his tires, because of the Alabama system of having three or four top RB recruits on the team every season. I’d take him in the 1st, but he is most likely to drift into the 2nd Round because of position. I like him more than Josh Jacobs. But, Harris will end up with a lot more career carries at Alabama than Jacobs. Read More.

48. Deonte Brown- ORG, Alabama, Rs-Sr, 6-4, 350, #65- Plays with good knee bend. Quick and balanced in pass pro. When he plays with his hands up you can’t beat him in pass pro. Good zone blocker. Smooth moving laterally with one arm holding off the DT. Teams refuse to rush his lane, which is saying something when you look at their O-line last season.

#4 Brian Robison- 6-1, 228, RB- Junior (2019): The Crimson Tide’s power back ... totaled 441 yards and five touchdowns on 96 carries ... also added 11 receptions for 124 yards ... recorded a UA first down or touchdown on 31 of his carries with five of his receptions moving the sticks as a junior.
#86 Carl Tucker- 6-2, 248, TE- Transferred from UNC. 

2019: Senior Season: Appeared in 11 games as a tight end • Missed the Georgia Tech and Wake Forest games with injury • Notched five receptions for 54 yards and one TD • Caught one pass for 16 yards against Miami • Scored his first TD of the season from 12 yards out as part of a three reception, 34-yard performance against App State • Added a reception for four yards at Pitt.

#87 Forristall Miller- 6-5, 244, Rs-Sr, TE- Veteran who stepped into the starting role following the departures of Hale Hentges and Irv Smith Jr. ... caught 15 passes for 167 yards with four touchdowns to his name ... suffered an injury in the Arkansas matchup that held him out until the Citrus Bowl ... tabbed to the Mackey Award Watch List in the preseason ... selected as one of the Alabama coaching staff’s offensive players of the week for his play against Arkansas.

#69 Landon Dickerson- 6-6, 325, OL- Redshirt Junior (2019): A graduate transfer from Florida State who arrived before the start of fall camp and earned a starting job on the interior of the offensive line ... earned honorable mention All-America accolades at guard by Pro Football Focus ... named an All-SEC second-team honoree at center by the league coaches ... selected to the All-SEC second team at guard by the Associated Press ... started all 13 games, four at right guard and nine at center where he settled in for the remainder of the season ... graded out at nearly 88 percent at two different positions ... allowed only one sack and four quarterback hurries all season ... missed just four assignments in 727 snaps all season (99.4 percent success rate).

Texas A&M:  

Taken From 2021 Player Ratings:

57. Kellen Mond- QB Texas A&M, 6-3, 217, #11- Inconsistent QB. He has everything you want in a QB except consistency. Except, you need consistency from your QB to win consistently. He made a great decision to stay in school. Plays better as the game goes on. He has some clutch in him. Tends to start out slow and plays better in the 2nd half and 4th quarter: 


#77 Ryan McCollum- OC, 6-5, 300, Rs-Sr

2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at center and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt
2019 (JUNIOR): Played in eight games … Earned the Offensive Unselfish Leadership Award at the annual team banquet

#73 Jared Hocker- ORG, 6-5, 325

2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at right guard and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Made the start in the season-opening win over Texas State, clearing the way for two 100-yard rushers. 
#54 Carson Green- 6-3, 320, ORT, SR- 2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at right tackle and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Was named to the Preseason Coaches' All-SEC Third Team








#92 Jayden Peevy- 6-6, 295, DT- 2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at tackle and had five tackles, 1.5 for loss, in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt

#2 Micheal Clemons- 6-5, 270, DE, Rr-Sr

2020 (SENIOR): Served as team captain for the season opener ... Matched his career total entering the season with 1.5 sacks in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt, including a fourth-quarter sack for a 10-yard loss
#33 Aaron Hansford- 6-3, 245k LB, Rs-Sr

2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at linebacker and helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the first time in his career, in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt
#1 Buddy Johnson- 6-2, 240, LB,- Workout Warrior.

2020 (SENIOR): Served as team captain in the season opener ... Helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the third time in his career in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Prior to the season, was named to the Nagurski and Butkus Award Watch Lists
#0 Myles Jones- 6-4, 185, Safety

2020 (SENIOR): Had four tackles and a breakup in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Was second on the team with six pass breakups on the year … Had two interceptions, returned for 33 total yards in the season-opening win over Texas State


7:30 ESPN:


43. *Alec Lindstrom- OC, BC, 6-3, 295, Rs-Jr, #72- Plays in a Zone blocking system at BC. Smooth in pass pro. Great technician. Plays with his hands up balanced and ready to jab. Terrific job sliding over in front of the DT and hammering him with his hands on play action. Heavy hands. Plays mean. Typical BC OL


70. **Tyler Vrabel- OLT, BC, RS-Soph, 6-5, 305, #78- Big, strong, and smart like his father. He can hold up the weakside rusher for a long time because BC likes to go deep to their TE. That takes time. Power drive blocker in the run game. When a team lines up an OLB in front of him he destroys him run blocking. 

#77 Zion Johnson- 6-3, 310. OLT/OLG, Sr-Tr- Some think he is a better player than Vrabel. I had Vrabel rated 70th in my 2021 NFL Draft Preview, and Johnson won the Offensive Left Tackle position and moved Vrabel to Offensive Right Tackle. I haven't seen him play, but that is very impressive.

2019 (JUNIOR): All-ACC Second Team... played all 13 games and made seven starts at left guard... played 42 offensive snaps off the bench in his BC debut vs. Virginia Tech (8/31)... came off the bench for 36 snaps at left guard vs. Richmond (9/7)... played the majority of the game, 62 snaps, at left guard vs. Kansas (9/13)... played 71 snaps in first career start at left guard, while BC tallied 429 yards on the ground vs. NC State (10/19) and was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week... started at left guard at Clemson (10/26)... started at left guard at Syracuse (11/2) as BC piled up a program-record 691 yards of offense... started at left guard vs. Florida State (11/9)... started at left guard at Notre Dame (11/23)... started at left guard for all 79 snaps at Pittsburgh (11/30) and was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week... started at left guard against Cincinnati (1/2) in the Birmingham Bowl.

#64 Ben Petrula- 6-5, 315, ORG-BC might have the best O-line in college football. Petrula isn't chopped liver either. He played Right Tackle last season. Plus!!! He's from Freehold NJ, the Home of Bruce Springsteen

2019 (JUNIOR): All-ACC Second Team... Preseason All-ACC: The ACC, Athlon, Phil Steele... started all 13 games at right tackle... started 25th consecutive game vs. Virginia Tech (8/31) as the right tackle for all 77 snaps... played at right tackle vs. Richmond (9/7) for 53 of 68 offensive snaps... started at right tackle vs. Kansas (9/13) for all 83 snaps... started at right tackle at Rutgers (9/21)... started at right tackle vs. Wake Forest (9/28)... started at right tackle at Louisville (10/5).


#9 Chibueze Onwuka- 5-11, 285, DL, Gr-Tr- Good not great college player. But a lot of good not great Offensive Centers have gone on to have good careers in the NFL. 

Transfer from Alabama who is Tennessee’s starting center and was the only offensive lineman to start all 13 games for the Volunteers in 2019 … Has appeared in and started 15 games during his three seasons at UT … Was awarded an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA following the 2019 season … Appeared in 25 games while making 15 starts throughout his collegiate career, including his time at Alabama.

#93 Luc Bequette- 6-2, 290, DT  Gr-Tr- BC: Spent five years at the University of California before transferring to Boston College in September 2020 … granted a sixth-year of eligibility for the 2020 campaign following the 2019 season, getting a year of eligibility back for a 2016 redshirt freshman season in which he played in only four games before being injured.

#28 John Lamot-6', 230, LB, Rs-Sr,- 2019 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR): Started all 12 games played and was second on the team with 78 tackles... contributed 4.5 TFLs, one sack and three PBUs... returned to starting lineup for eight tackles and 1.0 TFL with two pass breakups vs. Virginia Tech (8/31).

#14 Max Richardson- 5', 230, Gr-Tr,- He transferred into BC from Maryland.  

2019 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE): Appeared in the first 10 games of the season with six starts at safety ... tallied 34 tackles (22 solo), one forced fumble and a pass breakup ... recorded a career-best seven tackles (three solo) at No. 17 Minnesota (10/26) ... tallied then career-best six tackles (four solo) vs. Indiana (10/19) ... earned first career start vs. No. 21 Syracuse, securing three tackles and forcing a fumble..

#5 Deon Jones- 6', 200, FS, Rs-Sr- Michigan Transfer.

Physical defensive lineman who enters his senior year … Made Tennessee debut and was a consistent starter in 2019 after transferring from Michigan and becoming immediately eligible … Played his freshman and sophomore seasons with the Wolverines before enrolling at UT … Including his time at Michigan, played in 31 career games and recorded 52 total tackles … Was one of the top defensive line recruits in the nation for the Class of 2017.


83. Chazz Surratt- ILB North Carolina, 6-3, 230, #21- He is a very unique athlete. He was a backup QB in 2018, and an All-ACC ILB in 2019. That’s just a crazy transition. Solid tackler. Good form tackler. Solid run defender on the 2nd level. He will play the Will when they go into a 4-3. Good hitter. He can really stick the ball carrier. Solid wrap up tackler.

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#12Tomon Fox- 6-3, 255, LB- 2019 – Junior Season:
Started all 13 games at outside linebacker • Tied for the team lead with 6.5 sacks and was tied for second with nine TFL • Compiled 41 tackles and ranked second on the team with five QBH • Named to Ted Hendricks Award Preseason Watch List (top defensive end) • Came up with four tackles and a half sack against South Carolina • Set a single-game career high with 3.0 sacks against Miami.



































107. Dazz Newsome- WR, North Carolina, 6-3, 205, #5- Nice speed and acceleration in pattern. He can make the impossible catch on the CBs back. Seriously one of the best catches I’ve ever seen. Great punt returner: 

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#15 Beau Corrales- 205. WR, SR- Giant small school transfer. Has good speed. Size-Speed prospect who we will see if he can play this season. 

-2019 - Junior Season: Appeared in all 13 games and made 11 starts at wide receiver • Ranked third on the team in catches (40), yards (575) and receiving TDs (6) • Scored a receiving TD in four-straight games • Named to Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List • Hauled in the game-winning TD on a 17-yard connection with Sam Howell in the season-opening victory over South Carolina.

#42 Tyrone Hopper- OLB, 6-4, 245, Rs-Sr

2019: Junior Year: Appeared in 12 games along the defensive line and on special teams • Registered 16 tackles, three hurries and 1.5 sacks • Had a season-high five tackles against App State • Came up with one sack and three tackles at Wake Forest • Had two tackles against both Clemson and Mercer • Had a single tackle and a half TFL at Pitt • Registered three tackles against Temple in the Military Bowl..








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