The 2020-2021

College Season. 

College Football

Play-Off Preview.

Match Up Sheet.


CFP Semifinal:

Clemson Vs. Ohio State

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Clemson Defense: 


#1 *Derion Kendrick- 6’, 190, CB, Jr- He can come off his man, and go defend the pas to the TE. He is one of the top Corners in this Draft. He should fall in a similar place as Terrell. Though a little lower I think. Though he does have excellent ball skills that teams need.

67. *Dorian Kendrick- 6’, 190, #1- He played in 2018 and garnered 15 catches for 210 yards and rushed 5 times for 41 yards. Switched over to CB in 2019. Quickly took over the starting role in a very talented Clemson Secondary. That is very impressive. Great returner who can contribute right away on special teams

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Entered 2020 having played a total of 972 snaps at cornerback and wide receiver in 30 career games (15 starts) and having been credited with 51 tackles (3.0 for loss), six pass breakups and two interceptions (including one returned 38 yards for a touchdown). Also recorded 15 career receptions for 210 yards and has returned 15 career kickoffs an average of 23.3 yards from 2018-19.

#47 James Skalski- 6’, 240, Will LB, Rs-Sr-  He is a pure thumper.

2020: Recorded three tackles (one for loss) and a pass breakup in one half of play at Wake Forest … scored first career touchdown on a 17-yard fumble return and added two tackles vs. The Citadel, collecting team defensive player of the game honors … credited by the coaching staff with 13 tackles and a pass breakup vs. Virginia … credited with five tackles including a half-sack vs. No. 7 Miami, sharing team defensive player of the game honors … contributed four tackles and a pass breakup at Georgia Tech … missed three games over five weeks but returned to action vs. Pitt, contributing six tackles (one for loss) … made one tackle in limited action at Virginia Tech.

#10 Baylon Spector- 6-2, 230, Will/LB, Rs-Jr- Good spy. He can get to the QB when he runs. He can get in the passing lane and get a hand up to knock it down.

2020: Started at Wake Forest, posting six tackles including a half-sack to collect team defensive player of the game honors … split a tackle for loss among his two tackles vs. The Citadel … earned Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week and ACC Linebacker of the Week vs. Virginia after being credited with 13 tackles (seven solo, 1.5 for loss) and a half-sack … also shared team defensive player of the game honors against Virginia … added six tackles (2.5 for loss) with 1.5 sacks vs. No. 7 Miami … contributed four tackles at Georgia Tech … made four tackles (0.5 for loss) vs. Syracuse … notched a team-high eight tackles (one for loss) and a forced fumble vs. Boston College … collected team defensive player of the game honors after posting a team-high nine tackles, a pass breakup and a fumble recovery at No. 4 Notre Dame … contributed three tackles including a sack vs. Pitt … notched seven tackles at Virginia Tech.

#24 Nolan Turner- 6-1, 205, Rs-Sr-

2020: Recorded three tackles at Wake Forest … added a tackle vs. The Citadel … contributed eight tackles (seven solo) and an interception vs. Virginia, sharing team defensive player of the game honors … finished with three tackles (one for loss) vs. No. 7 Miami … contributed one tackle, splitting a tackle for loss, and recorded his second interception of the season at Georgia Tech … notched his single-season career-high third interception of the season vs. Syracuse, also adding four tackles (one for loss) and a pass breakup in the game to share team defensive player of the game honors … credited with six tackles (0.5 for loss) vs. Boston College … registered six tackles and a pass breakup at No. 4 Notre Dame … had a team-high seven tackles and a pass breakup vs. Pitt … earned team defensive player of the game for a 13-tackle effort with two tackles for loss at Virginia Tech.

#44 Nyles Pickney- DT, Rs-Sr- Big dude. They like him in on run downs. Great heavy hands to shove off the OC can get to the other side and meet the RB at the Line. Powerful tackler. Reads the keeper and gets to the QB quick.

2020: Added three tackles at Wake Forest … posted three tackles (one for loss) vs. The Citadel … recorded one tackle vs. Virginia … registered two tackles including a six-yard sack vs. No. 7 Miami … recorded two tackles and scored on a one-yard touchdown run at Georgia Tech … added three tackles vs. Syracuse … posted three tackles vs. Boston College … split a tackle for loss among his three tackles at No. 4 Notre Dame … contributed three tackles vs. Pitt … recorded one tackle and a fumble recovery at Virginia Tech.

37. Xavier Thomas- OLB, Clemson, 6-2, 265- He is a fast OLB in their 3-4 System. He loves to hit the QB. Loves to tackle through him and knock him five yards sideways. They set him up outside to go unblocked. He needs to be schemed for a little. Doesn’t always take on blockers well. Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.  

137. Jordan Williams- DL, Clemson, RS Jr, 6-4, 310 #59- Entered 2020 having recorded 44 career tackles (8.5 for loss), 4.0 sacks, two pass breakups and a forced fumble in 444 snaps over 27 gamesRead More: Free On Amazon Prime.    


Clemson Defense: 



1. *Trevor Lawrence- 6-6, 220QB#18One of the best decision makers I have seen. He can make all the throws and makes plays when it matters the most. Nothing rattles him in the pocket, until the LSU Champ Game. He is so good at bouncing off a hit, then completing the pass. Reads the Safety like a Pro. He is as tough as any QB in college football  Read More.

5. *Jackson Carman- OLT, Clemson, 6-5, 335, #79- He is a guy who is going to rise in this Draft. Another monstrosity who reminds me of Trent Brown. Knows how to use his hands and feet together. Lines up in a two-point stance on every play.

Sudden first step back. Goes up first in pass pro. I’d like to see him go back first and stay low. Big and powerful. Once he gets his hands in the rusher shirt he is done. Near impossible to bull him back. Smooth kickslide. Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.

20. Travis Etienne- RB, Clemson5-10210, #9- He is listed as 5-pounds lighter this season. One of my favorite players from last season. He really took a step up in speed, power, and acceleration. Improved in the passing game as well. Fastest RB in this Draft. Rare speed that destroys defenses. Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.  

23. *Justyn Ross- WR, Clemson, 6-4, 205, #8- Smooth and fast. Outstanding size. He can bully CBs. Big hands. Great wingspan. Big physical target for a QB. He can make the tough catch. At his best soaring high with the greatest of ease to snag it over the puny CB. Expert at swatting off the Press CB. Classic West Coast WR. Reminds me of Terrell Owens on the field. Read More: Free On Amazon Prime.  

#3 Amari Rodgers- 5-10, 210, Wr- He has been truly great this season. Super speed for a slot guy. Small and tough. Great in space. Makes the big play at the big time. He is the kind of guy you look at and say he is a Patriots Slot WR. Then the Pats pass on him three times. This is not the guy the Pats can afford to pass on, on Day Two.

Earned starting roles at receiver and punt returner in 2018 and contributed in those roles in 2019 after a remarkable comeback from injury … entered 2020 with 104 career receptions for 1,124 yards with eight receiving touchdowns in addition to six career rushing attempts for 46 yards and a touchdown in 43 games (25 starts) … also entered 2020 with 59 career punt returns for 465 yards (7.9 avg.) including a punt return touchdown … is one of only five Clemson players since 2000 to record touchdowns by rush, reception and punt return in a career.

#17 Cornell Powell- 6', 210, Rs-Sr-

Entered 2020 with 40 career receptions for 329 yards and three touchdowns over 577 career snaps in 42 games … also posted seven kickoff returns for 182 yards prior to the 2020 campaign.
2020Caught two passes for 15 yards at Wake Forest … gained 25 yards on two catches vs. The Citadel … caught two passes for five yards vs. Virginia.



Ohio State Offense: 


#1 *Justin Fields- QB, Jr-Tr, 2.- Screw the Ratings! If Lawrence and Fields declare for the Draft? Fields will be the second player taken in 2021 Draft. You can rate him as the 50th best player if you want, but if he declares he is only going 2nd to Lawrence. Rare competitor. Finds a way to win. Shows well in the clutch. Excellent size. Looks the part. Great scrambler with great run vision, speed and power.

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#2. Chris Olave- 6-1, 188. Wr, JR, 45.Olave might be my favorite WR in this Draft. Big, strong and fast. He became their Number One WR. Plays on the QB’s right. Nice release off the LOS. Reaches out and catches the ball away from his body. Looked like the Number One WR last season, even though they had three WRs drafted from that team. 

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#8 Trey Sermon- RB, Gr-Tr, 77.- Transferred to Ohio State. He produced at Oklahoma for three seasons. Not as many carries as I thought. He still has tread on the tires. He is excellent in blitz pickup.  He can be on the field on 3rd downs. Good blocker. Nice fake on play action and does a great job stepping in front of the blitzer to protect his QB.

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#33 Master Teague- RB, Rs-Soph- Terrific cutback runner. He got better and better as the season wore on. Terrific closer. When they need to clock it, they give him the ball. Short squat runner who is fast to the outside.

#75 Thayer Munford- OLT, SR- He looked good in 2018, but couldn’t stay healthy. He stayed healthy in 2019. He is a guy who some think is an OLG. He will go lower than he should because of concerns about injuries.

Switches on Stunts easily. He has to turn and bail a little too much. But he can push the DE to the ground behind the QB with his hands. He can slide outside and cut off the DE nicely wide of the QB. Then turn and bail. They seem to want him to cut off the DE with his hands in pass pro.

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#52 *Wyatt Davis- ORG, Rs-Jr 41.- Davis is an excellent OG, who said he was thinking about declaring for the 2020 Draft. So it looks like he will be gone after this season. Brutal inside dude. Turns every rush into a fight. Plays Right Guard. Likes to grab shirt and push up. Likes to lower his head and impact the DT with his helmet.

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#71 *Josh Myers- OC, Rs-Jr, 76.- He is a solid Day Twi Center. Plays in a shotgun Offense. Nice quick and accurate snaps. Doubles to each side with a pop. He will lower his head to headbutt on the double. Good hands for grabbing and shoving blockers.

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#89 Luke Farrell- TE, Rs-Sr- Great job blocking outside in run game. He has shown that he has a role as a blocker. And when they throw it to him, he catches it. Developmental guy, who can put on the field early because he can block in pass pro as well.

#88 *Jeremy Ruckert- TE, Jr- Great job sealing the Edge. Similar to Farrell in that both are good blockers who can help a team blocking early as they learn the passing game. Both are late Day Three guys.

#81 Jake Hausmann- TE, Rs-Sr-

#87 *Ellijah Gardiner- Wr, Rs-Jr-





























Ohio State Defense: 

#24 Shaun Wade- 6-1, 195, CB- Explosive movement skills. Great explosion crossing the field. Then sudden bursting backwards. He has some serious speed pedaling backwards like a FS. He will play in the Slot and cover the tight end sometimes. Good feel for when to grab the Slot WR and shut him down. Played in the slot a lot last season. He will be outside more in 2020.

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#0 Jonathon Cooper- DE, Rs-Sr- He can beat the OLT with an outside in move. Lightening quick. Left DE. Lines up outside the ORT. Nice stunter to pull the ORT and TE inside and let the DT stunt outside of him and force the RB to block him.

#11 *Tyreke Smith- DE, Jr- He has gotten better and better. He has become a fierce pass rush in the second half od the season. I am excited to see when he does tonight against Clemson.

#5 Baron Browning- OLB, Sr- He is fast into the backfield from the Edge. Great job curling inside to get to the RB. He is a terrific run defender. Good job getting through traffic on the blitzes up the gut. Nice hitter. He can slam the WR on the 2nd level and force the fumble.

#32 *Tuf Borland- Mike, Rs-Sr- Plays on special teams. He has that knack in coverage. Good job getting in the way in the Zone.

#20 Pete Werner- OLB, SR- He is tough on the Goalline. Good feel for where the RB is running. He moves to the hole not the handoff.

#7 *Sevyn Banks- CB, Jr- He can turn back late, and slap the ball out quick. Good ball skills when he looks back. He is fast. Great long speed. He can get beat over the top and track the speed receiver down from behind to prevent the TD.

#21 Marcus Williamson- FS,-

#41 *Josh Proctor- SS, Jr- He gets to the RB going outside fast. He can step into the slot and cover the WR, and knock the pass down.

#52 Antwuan Jackson- DE, Gr-Tr-

#72 *Tommy Togiai- DT, Jr- Good inside run defender.

#92 Haskell Garrett- DT, SR-







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