The 2020-2021

College Season. 

College Football

Preview.

Week Six.

By TOM

Let The Games Begin. 

This is the big one. Florida has two of the most dynamic prospects skyrocketing up the charts. Trask and Kyle Pitts. Trask was looking like Joe Burrow until last week against South Carolina. Then he dropped most of the 38-points in the 2nd Half, and was as near as good as Burrow again in the 2nd half. 

Florida @ Texas A&M ESPN NOON:

79. Kyle Trask- QB, Florida, 6-5 239, Rs-Sr, #11- What can I say, I’m a fan. I think I only watch him when he played well. He played in twelve games last season with ten starts. He stepped in when the starting QB got injured, helped hold the offense together, and won games. Great size for a QB. Prototype: Read More.

38. *Kyle Pitts- TE, Florida- 6-6, 239, #84- He’s a good route runner. Terrific hands. He can scoop it off the turf. Nice speed. He’s light for a TE, but he runs pattern with the speed of a WR. Good hands to reach back and snag the pass behind him: Read More.

#1 Kadarius Toney- 6’. 193, Y-Wr,

2020: Started at wide receiver against Ole Miss and South Carolina... Led the Gators in rushing with a career-high 55 yards (long of 50) and caught five passes for 59 yards and a touchdown against the Rebels, making him one of nine FBS players with at least 50 yards rushing and receiving in a game... Tied a career-high in receptions (6) and set a career-best in receiving yards (86) in Florida's 34-28 victory over the Gamecocks.

#8 Trevon Grimes- 6-4, 218, Z-Wr, Sr-Tr- Inconsistent hands. 

2020: Recorded two starts against Ole Miss and South Carolina… Caught three passes for 64 yards against Ole Miss, including a 22-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter… Finished with two receptions for 26 yards versus South Carolina

#7  Stone Forsythe- 6-9, 312, OLT, Rs-Sr

2020: Appeared and started at Ole Miss and against South Carolina.
2019: Appeared and started in all 13 games at left tackle… Helped provide the time for the 16th-ranked passing offense in the country… Blocked for an offense that ranked 16th nationally in yards per play (6.5)… Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

#51 Stewart Reese- 6-6, 350, Gr-Tr- Huge ORG. When he keeps his hands on the DL, he is driving him backwards. When he gets high he loses his balance. Needs to stay and play low better.

2020: Started in games against Ole Miss and South Carolina at guard.
Prior to Florida: Played in 37 games over three seasons at Mississippi State (’17, ’18, ’19) and redshirted as a freshman (’16)… Played at guard and tackle for MSU… Three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017, 2018).

 

FLA Defense:

 

112. Tedarrell Slaton- DT, Florida, 6-5, 358, #56- Huge dude. I mean, gigantic. And he can move in the run game. He will play Nose Tackle in Odd fronts and Defensive Tackle in Even fronts. Great big nose tackle looking dude. Powerful. Forceful. Aggressive. You can’t dig him out. 

140. Jeremiah Moon- Edge, Florida, Rs-Sr, 6-6, 228, #7- 2019: Made appearances in nine games, notching eight starts on the defensive line prior to sustaining a season-ending injury… Totaled 31 tackles on the year, including 6.5 tackles-for-loss and 3.0 sacks, three QB hurries and two pass breakups… One of eight Gators to finish with at least 3.0 sacks… Tallied at least four tackles in six games… Recorded sacks on two occasions (Tennessee, South Carolina)… Was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week after a season-high five-tackle and half-sack performance against Towson…

141. *Ventrell Miller- LB, Florida, Rs-Jr, 6', 222, #51-

2019Appeared in 12 games, starting 11 at linebacker… Finished second on the team in tackles (55)… One of eight Gators to finish with at least 3.0 sacks… Recorded six tackles and a career-high 2.0 sacks in season opener against Miami.

51. *Trey Dean III- 6-3, 194, CB, Florida, #21-  Not a lot of Tape on him. He only started six games. Smart kid. Good student. Anticipates well. Man! There are some big CBs in this Draft. This the third or fourth Corner I’ve looked at 6-3 or bigger. He was a Nickel 2018 until Marco Wilson got hurt and started nine games after that. He started 6 games in 2019: Read More.

101. Marco Wilson- CB/FS, Florida, 6', 190, #3- He looks so light on his feet. No trouble keeping up with the outside WR, while looking back at the QB. He can make a break on the ball better than the WR sometimes. He has some nice suddenness turning and running with the WR. He can dive out and intercept the ball low and outside. Doesn’t have the steadiest hands: Read More.  

#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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A&M Defense:

 

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: 

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#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

 

V-Tech @*UNC

Noon ABC:

V-Tech has a tragic lack of prospects on Offense. But a serious list of Prospects on Defense. There are three Prospects in this game who could work their way into Day One and will not get out of Day Two.  This is the first game this season I will be watching V-Tech, so I'm a little excited. 

18. $*Caleb Farley- CB, V-Tech, 6-2, 207, #3- Okay, so I’m a sucker for Virginia Tech CBs. All-American Cornerback. Smooth and quick feet moving laterally inside. Balanced and confident. He decided to sit out this season due to Covid. He has the most sudden hips I’ve seen in a while. He will step up and play Finesse Press.

Farley has opted out for this season. So this Bio with links to four 2019 games is your best look at a 1st Round Talent at CB in the 

2021 NFL Draft.

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#17 Divine Deablo- 6-3, 226, RS SR- Good ball skills. He has that knack for the turnover. Huge Safety who could play some LB against Spread teams. Great long speed. He had a 99-yard or so return for a TD on a fumble recovery. He can cover the WR one on one. Against NC ST he dived out infront of the WR he was covering for an INT. Great talent. 

2020: Made six tackles and registered an INT vs. NC State (9/26).
2019: Started all 13 games at free safety and finished second on the squad with a career-best 84 tackles (42 solo) ... Also had an INT, a forced fumble and a 98-yard fumble return TD ... Posted 10 tackles in the season-opener at Boston College (8/31) 

#9 Justus Reed- 6-3, 255, DE, Gr-Tr- Transferred from Youngstown State. 

2020: Had two tackles at Duke (10/3) ... Started vs. NC State (9/26) and registered five total tackles and 2.0 sacks. In 30 career collegiate games, he owns 66 total tackles, 19.0 sacks, four forced fumbles, three passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. 
#36 DaShawn Crawford- 6', 290. DT, Sr-Tr- Junior College Transfer. 

2019: Started 11 contests, recording 27 total tackles, 6.0 TFL and 3.5 sacks ... Made two stops in the Belk Bowl vs. Kentucky (12/31) ... Registered 2.5 TFL and a sack at Virginia (11/29) ... Had 1.5 sacks and forced a fumble at Georgia Tech (11/16) ... Had an INT against Wake Forest (11/9) and was named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week ... Earned PFF College ACC Team of the Week honors following wins vs. Wake Forest (11/9) and at Georgia Tech (11/16) … Made five stops against Duke (9/27) ... Recovered a fumble and had three tackles against Furman (9/14) ... Had three stops in his Tech debut at Boston College (8/31.
#5 Jarrod Hewitt- 6-1, 280, NT, Rs-Sr

2020: Registered 1.5 TFL at Duke (10/3).
2019: Started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... Was the team’s overall Hard Hat winner in the off-season strength and conditioning program … Recorded 33 total tackles, 6.5 TFL and 4.0 sacks (-18.0 yards).
#8 Emmanuel Belmar- DE, 6-2, 255, RS SR

2020: Registered a career-best three sacks at Duke (10/3) earning ACC DL of the Week honors ... Had three tackles and a QB hurry vs. NC State (9/26).
2019: Started all 13 contests, posting 39 tackles, 5.5 TFL and 4.0 sacks ... Collected three tackles in the Belk Bowl vs. Kentucky (12/31).

#23 Rayshard Ashby- 5-10, 245, SR

2020: Led Tech in tackles with 10 at Duke (10/3), registered 1.5 TFLs ... Had six stops and one sack vs. NC State (9/26), also had two QB hurries.
2019: Was named the ACC Linebacker of the Week five times, the most POW honors of any ACC defensive player in 2019 … Also received votes for the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year Award ... Named the top linebacker in Virginia by the Touchdown Club of Richmond … Led the ACC with 120 total tackles ... The only ACC player to produce 100+ tackles in both 2019 and 2018.

#24 Devin Taylor- 6-1, 200, CB, Gr-Tr- He is a Grad Transfer from Illinois State. Great production on small school level.

Illinois State: Played in 35 contests at Illinois State, registering 80 tackles, nine INTs, 31 passes defended and one sack before transferring to Virginia Tech in August 2020
2019: Named a third-team FCS All-American by Phil Steele.com ... All-Missouri Valley Football Conference First-Team selection ... Started all 15 games at cornerback for the Redbirds … Led the Missouri Valley with 24 passes defended, including a league-high 19 breakups … Finished the season sixth in the FCS in passes defended with 1.6 per game … Those 24 passes defended was one shy of the ISU single-season record of 25 set by Sam Young in 1999.

 

#21 Khalil Herbert- 5-9, 212, RB, GR

2020: Was named ACC RB of the Week and Specialist of the Week following a stellar effort at Duke (10/3) where he ran for 207 yards and accounted for 357 all-purpose yards setting a VT record .... Registered 104 rushing yards and a TD on six carries vs. NC State (9/26), also caught two passes for 46 yards and averaged 22.5 yards on two kick returns.
#14 Evan Fairs- 6-3, 208, WR, Gr-Tr

Kansas: Played in 25 career games at Kansas, catching 28 passes for 392 yards (14.0 avg.) with one TD … Saw duty in two games in 2019, catching a 21-yard pass at Oklahoma State (11/16/19).
#85 Changa Hodge- 6-1, 207, , Gr-Tr   

2019: Played in 13 games and had career bests in catches, yards and touchdowns … Tallied 65 receptions for 1,118 yards and 13 scores … Hauled in a 45-yard TD at Colgate … Made six grabs at Towson … Caught eight passes at JMU for 134 games and two scores.

 

 

 

 

 

 

#5. Dazz Newsome- WR, North Carolina, 6-3, 205, 107- They use him as a decoy a lot. He howl for the ball when he thinks he is open. They him run backwards like it’s a bubble screen a lot.

#15 Beau Corrales- 205. WR, SR- Nice job to the edge outside and leading the RB outside.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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