The 2020-2021

College Bowls. 

College Football

Play-Off Preview.

Match Up Sheet.

By TOM

 

Iowa ST Vs. Oregon

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Iowa State Defense: 

 

#58 Eyioma Uwazurike- 6-6, 310, DT, Rs-Sr- Another big athletic NT in odd fronts. Another freak athlete for a guy with his monstrous size. He is a giant Nose Tackle dude, who is so much more. He will line up outside at 5-Tech as well. They will shift him before the snap from NT to 4-Tech. Great job occupying multiple blockers to free up the rusher.

#3 JaQuan Bailey- 6-2, 261, DE, Rs-Sr- Big and strong and he can force the OLT to Hold. Nice job eyeing the QB and leaping up and batting it down. He is Iowa State’s all time sack leader. Excellent speed to power shove into an inside move.

#35 Jake Hummel- 6-1, 228, Will, SR- When he attacks forward he can find the RB.

2019: First-Team Academic All-Big 12 … played in all 13 games as a key reserve … posted 36 tackles, 4.5 TFL and an interception … had four tackles and returned an interception 48 yards for a touchdown vs. ULM … tallied five tackles and 2.0 TFL vs. Baylor.

#11 Lawrence White IV- 6’, 197, FS, Rs-Sr-

2019: Honorable Mention All-Big 12 … started all 13 games … second on the team in tackles with 84, ranking 12th in the Big 12 … had 50 solo stops … led the team with two interceptions … also had 4.0 TFL and four pass breakups … posted a season-high 11 tackles with two pass breakups vs. Iowa.

#12 Greg Eisworth II- 6’, 198, SS, Gr-Tr-

2019: First-Team All-Big 12 for second-straight season, one of four players in school history to earn first-team honors by the Big 12 (1996-present) multiple times … Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 … Co-Captain … started nine times in 12 games played … registered 65 tackles, 3.5 TFL and led the team with 11 passes defended, ranking sixth in the Big 12 … also tied for sixth in the Big 12 in pass breakups (10).

#23 *Mike Rose- 6-4, 245, Sam, JR- Captain. Makes tackles all over the field. Fast to the ball. Great in coverage. He leaf the Big-12 in Interceptions? Patent outside, and can shoot inside when the RB cuts back. Leading tackler for Iowa State. He had four INTs. Flashes inside fast when he sees the handoff. Consistently finds the RB. Good blitzer.

 

 

Iowa State Offense: 

 

#15 *Brock Purdy- QB, Iowa ST, 6-1, 212, 58.- When he loses his feet, he will under throw the pass outside. When the game is on the line in the 4th, he seems to make every right decision. Terrific throwing off schedule. Nice play action instantly into a fast throw. He is so elusive in the backfield in the 4th. Plays with much better instincts late in the game. He is one of those guys who throws better in the 4th than the rest of the game. He can be amazingly elusive in the pocket fighting for time. Then he threw the int to end it.

2021 Player Ratings from 2019 Tape:  

He tends to be a be a little wobbly to start games Needs a hit or two to get going. Stares down his first target too much. Shotgun QB who doesn’t move his feet enough in the pocket. Footwork needs a lot of work. He over relies on his arm and doesn’t use his body and legs in his throws. Throws flat footed and leans back too pressure too much.

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#88 *Charlie Kolar- TE, Iowa State, Rs-Jr, 6-6, 245, 120.- They like their TEs to lead block outside on swing passes a lot. Terrific receiving TE. He has that knack for getting open, and catches everything thrown to him. He has put on 12-pounds of muscle this past off season from 245 to 257.

2021 Player Ratings from 2019 Tape:  

2019: Second-Team All-American by the FWAA and PFF … Third-Team All-American by the AP … First-Team All-Big 12 … First-Team Academic All-American (CoSIDA) … one of eight semifinalists for the John Mackey Award … started 10 of 13 games as one of the nation’s best tight ends … first Cyclone in the history of the program to be named to an All-America team and Academic All-American … third on the team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (697) … led the team in touchdown receptions (7).

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#89 Dylan Soehner- 6-7, 272 TE Rs-Sr- Good seal blocker. Hits and turns nicely. Smart guy, who likes to point out things for his teammates.  He has that knack for making the big play on the big downs. Nice little inside shove when he breaks outside. Someone is going to steal him on Day Three. Terrific after the catch. He is so big he just keeps going after he catches the swing pass outside. Not fast.

2019: Honorable Mention All-Big 12 … First-Team Academic All-Big 12 … saw action in 12 games with six starts … posted seven receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown, averaging 15.3 yards per reception … caught a pass in seven different games … had a 21-yard snare vs. West Virginia and a 19-yard catch vs. Texas Tech … scored first career touchdown on a 23-yard reception vs. Oklahoma … also a valuable member on special teams and in power running packages.

#11 Chase Allen- 6-7, 240, TE, Rs-Sr- Good blocker on the 2nd level.

#75 Sean Foster- 6-8. 318, OLT, Rs-Sr- A big guy who is tough to get around. Purdy will move behind him when he can’t find a receiver.

Oregon Offense: 

 

#7 CJ Verdell- RB, Rs-Jr- Fast and twitch. Constant motion. Tough to stay in front of. He can run through the legs tackle. Great acceleration. You can one shot at him and he is gone. Nice receiver outside.

Notes To Know: One of seven returning FBS players to rush for 1,000 yards in each of the last two seasons (2018 & 2019). Fourth among returning FBS players with a combined 2,238 career rushing yards the last two seasons.

#3 Johnny Johnson III- 6’, 199, WR,- He really is great tracking the ball. He can make the impossible catch with one foot down on the sideline. Has that knack for getting over the top and catching it in the endzone. Super impressive and even impossible ball skills. Reminds me of Terry Glenn. He’ll still drop the easy one sometimes, but he has vastly improved his hands.

Notes To Know: One of two players in program history with 200 yards receiving in a road game. One of three returning Pac-12 players that had over 800 receiving yards in 2019.

#30 Jaylon Redd- 5-9, 187, WR- He has that knack for getting into the Endzone. Looks like a Slot guy in the NFL. He can get through the contact to get downfield. Good job pushing off with his inside hand and arm. He is a small guy. Day Three guy.

As A Junior (2019) : One of three FBS players with at least seven receiving TDs and two rushing TDs … Tied for the team lead and seventh in the Pac-12 with seven receiving TDs … One of seven FBS players that had a receiving TD in six consecutive games.

#48 Hunter Kampmoyer- 6-4, 240, TE, Rs-Sr- Looks like an H-back. Played mostly Special team in his first three seasons at Oregon.

#77 George Moore- 6-6, 325, OLT, Gr-Tr- Hasn’t played a lot.  Good athlete. Light on his feet. Looks a little light. Pedal is a little clunky. He can collapse the line inside on short yardage. Good grabber and fighter. Gets low and likes to push the DE up and out of balanced. He can really grab shirt inside, and hold on and not let the DE redirect. Great strong hands.

 

 

 

Oregon Defense: 

 

#99 Austin Faoliu- 6-3, 300, DT, Sr- he will flow outside with the OG, and give a lane for the Rb to cut back into. Very light on his feet. Extends arms and always plays at arm’s length. He is the buy OLs consistently double. He’ll play DT and 5-tech as well as Nose.

As A Junior (2019) : PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 12). Totaled 25 tackles, including 4.0 for loss, and 2.0 sacks over the final five games … Played in 13 games and made eight starts … Part of the Oregon front seven that held five opponents under 100 yards rushing and finished 13th nationally against the run … Finished the season with 39 tackles, 5.0 stops for loss and 2.0 sacks … Played 454 snaps … Had five or more tackles three times … at Arizona State (Nov. 23): Had a career-high 1.5 sacks and six tackles … First full-sack of the season came at the end of the first half … vs. Oregon State (Nov. 30).

#0 Deommodore Lenoir- 5-11, 195, CB,- QB don’t like to throw to his side. He is a terrific shadow. He doesn’t give any room to throw into. Fast and easy athlete. Glides downfield like he’s jogging while running stride for stride. As smooth an athlete as you want to see. Patient in zone outside. They have him one the flat a lot.

Notes To Know: Enters the 2020 season with 27 consecutive starts at cornerback. All five career interceptions have come in Pac-12 play. Missed just three tackles in 137 opportunities in first three seasons, according to Pro Football Focus. 

As A Junior (2019): One of 13 players in the Pac-12 with an interception, fumble recovery and forced fumble … Made 47 tackles with 32 solo stops and 2.5 for loss … Had seven pass breakups, including one in six different games … Finished with five or more tackles three times … (Jan. 1): Matched a season high with six tackles, including one for loss, in the Rose Bowl win … Scooped up first-career fumble recovery.

#34 Jordon Scott- 6-1, 311, DT, Gr-

Notes To Know: Two-time Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention selection by the coaches. Has played over 1,000 combined snaps the last two seasons. Started 37 of the last 38 games over the past three seasons.

As A Junior (2019): Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention. PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 6). Team captain in two games …Totaled 32 tackles, including 14 solo and 3.0 tackles for loss …

#16 Nick Pickett-6-1, 210, FS

Notes To Know: Second on the team with 126 career tackles heading into the 2020 season.

As A Junior (2019): Started the first nine games and 11 of 14 on the season … Finished with six pass breakups and one interception.

#54 Dru Mathis- 6-3, 224, MLB, SR/TR- Nice job getting into the backfield to hit the RB.

As A Junior (2019): Played in seven games and made first career start at linebacker against Washington State … Finished with nine tackles, including three solo, and half a sack … Used primarily on special teams … Made three tackles in back-to-back games against Washington State and at USC.

 

 

 

 

 

CFP Semifinal:

NC ST Vs. Kentucky

4:PM ESPN:

 

NC ST Defense: 

 

#29 *Alim McNeill- 6-2, 320, Jr- Dude is a beast. Great mover. This is, ironically, the year of the Nose Tackle. With the entire football world turning to Run and Shoot Offense? We have seen the emergences of the most athletic Nose Tackles I have ever seen: McNeil, the even freakier athlete from Arkansas, Jonathan Marshall; Bohanna, who is in this game and moves at unhuman speed for a 360-pound dude; the passrusher from Alabama, Christian Barmore; the forgotten Jay Tufele; the kid on BYU you never heard of Khyiris Tonga (astonishing athlete). And that doesn’t include the bigger well known run stuffers: Marvin Wilson FLA ST, Tedarrell Slaton FLA, Jordan Davis Georgia, Tyler Shelvin LSU, etc.

#99 Daniel Joseph- 6-3, 265, DE, Grad-

AS A GRADUATE (2020): Graduate transfer from Penn State who earned his degree in labor and employment relations.

AS A RS - JUNIOR AT PENN STATE (2019): Saw action in seven games. Registered two tackles and a sack against Idaho.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#86 Emeka Emezie- 6-3, 220, WR,- Good player. He could raise his stock, maybe to the end of Day Two, with a great showing in this Bowl Game.

AS A SENIOR (2020): Tied for 13th in school history with 122 career receptions. Has caught a pass in 20 straight games - the 10th-longest streak in school history.

#86 Cary Angeline- 6-7, 250, TE, Rs-Tr- Another good not great player. Good receiving TE. When you throw it to him, he catches it. He should get drafted on Day Three as well. Good size.

#71 Joe Sculthorpe- OLG, 6-3, 307, Rs- Sr-

AS A RS-SENIOR (2020): A third-team preseason All-ACC choice according to Athlon.

#42 Dylan Autenrieth- 6-4, 240, H-back, Rs-Sr- Good receiving H-back who is draftable if he can stay on the field.

AS A GRADUATE (2020): Was granted a sixth year of eligibility so has two years remaining.

Kentucky Offense: 

 

#67 Landon Young- 6-7, 321, OLT, Rs-Sr- I wish he had more balance sometimes. I wish he gripped shirt a little better sometimes. I wish he would stay and play lower sometimes. But besides that he looks like an NFL OLT. He certainly can step in and play OLG. He’s probably a late Day Two guy, who a coach picks up early because he sees him as a Left Tackle.

#3 Terry Wilson- QB, Gr-Tr-

2019 Junior (Team Captain): Missed most of the season with a torn patellar tendon in his left knee which required surgery ... Injured in the third quarter vs. Eastern Michigan. In two games, completed 33 of 52 passes (63.5 percent) for 360 yards and two touchdowns ... Also had 44 net rushing yards and a TD. Since the start of the 2018 season, only two active SEC quarterbacks have had five games with a completion percentage of at least 70-percent (min. 20 att.): Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa and Kentucky's Terry Wilson.

#6 Josh Ali- 6’, 193, WR, SR,- He has a chance to be a great Slot WR in the NFL. He developed into Kentucky’s Number One WR this season. He was really a one-man band in 2020 for Kentucky. I don’t know how he ever got open. I would have doubled and tripled him to death. No other WR on Kentucky has had over a 100-yards receiving going into the Alabama game.

#52 Drake Jackson- 6-2, 292, OC, Rs-Sr-

#79 Luke Fortner- 6-6, 300, ORG, Rs-Sr-

#10 Asim Rose- 6-1, 214, RB, Rs-Sr-

2019: Junior: Team's second-leading rusher with 149 carries for 826 yards and six scores. Also had 11 catches for 67 yards. Became the 37th player in school history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a career on Nov. 9 vs. Tennessee ...

 

#95 Quinton Bohanna- 6-4, 357, NT, Sr- Dude is a beast. A pure size-athlete freak. He was flashing like a 1st rounder against Alabama. Needs more consistency. There is no way he is 350. He moves way to well for that weight. Great short area explosion. He just dived forward on the Goalline and shoved the gigantic and powerful Deonte Brown back four yards and out of the play. But he ended up on the ground. He does this odd thing on the Goalline where he literally dives forward and pops the OL back yards and slops down on the ground loke a fish out of water. But I haven’t seen Brown get push back so fast and easy before.

#26 Brandin Echols- 5-11, 178, CB, Sr-Tr-

#92 Phil Hoskins- 6-5, 315, DT, Sr-Tr-

#31 Jamar Watson- 6-3, 244, Sam, Rs-Sr-  

2020 Senior: Preseason Second-Team All-SEC (Athlon Sports). PFF ranks him as the third highest-graded returning edge rusher among all Power 5 schools

SEC's leading sack returner.

 

 

 

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