The 2020-2021

College Season. 

College Football

National Championship Preview and Matchup Sheet.


CFP National Championship:

Alabama Vs. Ohio State

Matchup Sheet ESPN 8:PM

My Match-up Chart last week was very prophetic. Both teams, Alabama and Ohio State, who had the most NFL prospects won. The interesting part of this game is that Ohio State has more Offensive players, and Alabama has more defensive players. It should be a great game. It appears Ohio State as a slight advantage in talent, but it is so close that this has the makings of an Overtime Game, or last team that scores wins.

Alabama Defense:


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: 

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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

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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

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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

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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

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#40 Joshua McMillon- LB, 6-3, 240, Gr-



















Alabama Offense:


#4 Mac Jones- 6-3, 214, QB,- He has been on fire all season. Now we are going to see him play under pressure. He is still a Rs-Jr, and is likely to stay in school. Good size. Good arm. Good eyes. He has a lot of good, but I don’t know how much great? That seem to be his question.

My biggest worry is that he is a bit of half-field thrower. He will struggle to throw short and intermediate to his left. Most of his bad throws are to his left. He is a one-year wonder. He should probably stay in school to for his Rs-Sr season to get another year of experience.

What I like the best is that he is great moving out of the pocket, to his right, and throwing on the move to avoid pressure. He is not a statue in the pocket. He has made a lot of his best throws fleeing the pocket to the right and throwing deep.

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! 

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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. 

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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: Free On Amazon Prime.  .

34. *Najee Harris- 6-2, 230, RB, Alabama, #22-  He has exploded this season with speed, burst, and the best power RB we’ve seen since Derrick Henry, who is tearing up the NFL. Harris is just as talented as Henry. He’s smaller and a little shiftier and faster. Great hands and receiver out of the backfield. Terrific in pass pro.

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

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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,- Still has a lot of tread on his tires. He is an excellent runner, who could be better in the NFL. He has back up two great RBs, and has barely carried the ball.

Senior (2020)The Crimson Tide’s power back who also has the ability to catch passes out of the backfield ... pairs with Najee Harris to give Alabama one of the top running back duos in the country. Missouri: Carried four times for 18 yards with a long gain of 19 ... added one catch for no gain against the Tigers. Texas A&M: Led all Tide backs with 60 yards rushing on his 10 carries ... converted four first downs with a long gain of 16..

#69 Landon Dickerson- 6-6, 325, OC, Rs-Sr

Senior (2020): In his second year as the Crimson Tide’s starting center after arriving in Tuscaloosa last year as a graduate transfer from Florida State … a veteran of 15 starts at Alabama, including 11 at center … makes all of the calls for a Crimson Tide offensive line that blocks for the nation’s No. 3 scoring offense (45.0 ppg), No. 3 pass efficiency offense (208.12) and No. 5 passing offense (369.0)

#86 Carl Tucker- 6-2, 248, TE Gr-Tr- Terrific blocker on the edge sealing the DE outside. 

Senior (2020)Veteran tight end who graduated from North Carolina before joining the Crimson Tide this fall ... played in 38 games for the Tar Heels ... selected to the John Mackey Award Watch List prior to the 2020 season. Missouri: Got the start in his first game at Alabama ... helped provide blocks for the Tide ground game. Texas A&M: Started for a second consecutive week but did not record any stats.

#87 Forristall Miller- 6-5, 244, TE, - Great jump going up and snagging the pass high and outside. 

Senior (2020)Veteran leader in his position group and in the locker room ... played in 44 career games with 13 starts to his name ... named to the Wuerffel Trophy Watch List. Missouri: Made the start at tight end ... hauled in one pass for a career-long 34-yard gain. Texas A&M: Registered two catches for 23 yards against the Aggies.




Ohio State Offense: 


#1 Justin Fields- 6-3, 228, QB, Ohio State, Rs-Jr-Tr-  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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#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.

#72 *Tommy Togiai- DT, Jr- Good inside run defender. Big and strong. Moves well through contact. Great run defender. He will carve out a role in the NFL.

Ohio State Overview: Played in all 14 games at defensive tackle and finished with 16 tackles and 2.0 tackles-for-loss for minus four yards. Had his best statistical game at Northwestern, totaling four tackles. Registered a tackle-for-loss in the Big Ten Championship Game vs. Wisconsin. Brings 26 games of experience and 26 career tackles into his junior season as the Buckeyes look to replace two fifth-year seniors at defensive tackle. Was one of 18 true freshmen who saw playing time in 2018 for the Big Ten and Rose Bowl champion Buckeyes. Enrolled at Ohio State in January of 2018 and took part in spring drills.

#92 Haskell Garrett- 6-2, 299, DT, SR-

Ohio State Overview: Garrett is a veteran of 33 Ohio State games and the true senior will be one of the most experienced members of a defensive tackle rotation for the Buckeyes in 2020. A three-time Varsity O letterwinner, Garrett played in 11 games last year for the Big Ten champions, totaling 10 tackles and 2.5 tackles-for-loss. Recorded a career high four tackles and 1.5 TFLs in the win over Miami (Ohio) on 18 defensive snaps to earn “champion” honors from the coaching staff. Played a season-high 36 snaps in the season-opening win over Florida Atlantic. Saw action in all 14 games as a true sophomore in 2018 and contributed seven total tackles and a pass break-up for the Big Ten Conference champion Buckeyes. Recorded two solo tackles in the win at Maryland and had a high of 28 defensive plays in the win over Tulane. Garrett played in eight games as a true freshman during the 2017 season and was credited with three tackles on the season.

#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- 5-10, 186, FS-

Ohio State Overview: Appeared in all 14 games for the Buckeyes in 2019 and totaled seven tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Was a key member of the special teams units. Season-high four tackles against Indiana. Had his 2018 season cut short due to injury. Lettered as a true freshman for the Buckeyes in 2017 after playing in 10 games for the Big Ten Conference champions. Enrolled into classes at Ohio State in January of 2017, one of nine high school seniors in the 2017 recruiting class to do so. Is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete who is majoring in history.

#41 *Josh Proctor- 6-2, 202, 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.

Ohio State Overview: Has appeared in 20 games over the past two seasons, making a mark of special teams while backing up Jordan Fuller at safety. Played in 11 games during his sophomore season in 2019, finishing with 13 tackles and one interception. Had a season-high four tackles – three solo – in the College Football Playoff Semifinal against Clemson. Made his first career interception in the season-opener against Florida Atlantic. A career-high two pass breakups at Indiana. Appeared in nine games as a true freshman for the Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions.

#52 Antwuan Jackson- 6-2, 295, DE, Gr-Tr-

Ohio State Overview: Antwuan Jackson joined the Ohio State football program in January of 2018. He played in four games during the 2018 season and then worked his way into the rotation at defensive tackle in 2019, appearing in all 14 games for the Buckeyes. Played a total of 201 defensive snaps with a season-high 26 coming at Rutgers. Posted a career-high four tackles against the Scarlet Knights. Had tackles for loss against Florida Atlantic, Miami, Northwestern and Maryland. Named a “champion” following the Northwestern game.



Ohio State VS Alabama:

#1 *Justin Fields- QB, Jr-Tr-

#2 * Chris Olave- Wr, JR-

#8 Trey Sermon- RB, Gr-Tr-

#75 Thayer Munford- OLT, SR-

#52 *Wyatt Davis- ORG, RS JR-

#71 *Josh Myers- OC, RS JR-

#89 Luke Farrell- TE, Rs-Sr-

#88 *Jeremy Ruckert- TE, Jr-

#81 Jake Hausmann- TE, Rs-Sr-

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



#0 Jonathon Cooper- DE, Rs-Sr-

#52 Antwuan Jackson- DE, Gr-Tr-

#72 *Tommy Togiai- DT, Jr-

#92 Haskell Garrett- DT, SR-

#11 *Tyreke Smith- DE, Jr-

#5 Baron Browning- OLB, Sr-

#32 *Tuf Borland- Mike, Rs-Sr-

#20 Pete Werner- OLB, SR-

#24 Shaun Wade- CB-

#7 *Sevyn Banks- CB, Jr-

#21 Marcus Williamson- FS,-

#41 *Josh Proctor- SS, Jr-


#2. *Patrick Surtain II- CB, 6-2, 203, 9.-

#18 or 89-LaBryan Ray- DT/DE, 6-5, 292,-

#28 Josh Jobe- CB, 6-1, 192, #28-

#58*Christian Barmore- DL, RS-Soph, 6-5, 310, #58

#32 Dylan Moses- 6-3, 235, ILB,-

#40 Joshua McMillon- LB, 6-3, 240, Gr-







#10 Matt Jones- QB-

#70 Alex Leatherwood- OLT, 6-6, 312, #70-

#6 DeVonta Smith- WR, 6-1, 175, #6-

#22 *Najee Harris- 6-2, 230, RB, #22-

#65 Deonte Brown- OLG, Rs-Sr, 6-4, 350, #65-

#4 Brian Robison- 6-1, 228, RB,-

#69 Landon Dickerson- 6-6, 325, OC, Rs-Sr

#86 Carl Tucker- 6-2, 248, TE Gr-Tr-

#87 Miller Forristall- 6-5, 244, TE, -

#17 Jaylen Waddle- WR, 5-10, 182, #17-

#79 Chirs Owens- OC-


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