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Which Freshman do you think will play or have an impact this year?

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I’m impatiently waiting on the season to start, so I decided to list my predictions for which freshman comes in and plays in 2018. I don’t have any WR, TEs, QBs or RBs seeing the field this year. Zion Roland seems ready to go this year, but hopefully we can save him for 2019. I think our O-line improves once everybody is back from their injuries and we have some pretty good freshman coming in this year. Defense, we will not miss a step, and a matter of fact improve from last year.  Anyways, here is my freshman list and I feel they will plug whatever holes we have on the team…. except for special teams. Still a question mark to me. This is my pre-fall practice list. I’m sure things will change after fall camp. Anyways feel free to share yours.

 

Early Enrolless-

Stacy Kirby, LB/DE - 6-3 248 Ibs – He is ready. Chip on his shoulder from Taggart withdrawing the FSU offer to him and we are short at linebacker. Should be able to get playing time this year.

Dwayne Boyles, OLB 6-3 225 IBS – Seems to be a legit baller. Did well in the spring and we are short at linebacker.

Antonio Grier, OLB 6-1 220 – We are short at line backer and he did well in the spring b4 his injury.

 

Fall Freshman –

Trey Laing, WDE 6-2 220 Ibs – Video Game numbers in high school. If he was to get half his HS stats at USF he would be like an all time great. We need to get this man started now. Even if it’s garbage time on the field.

John Waller, DT 6-4 290 Ibs – We are short at DT, he is our most prized defensive recruit for the 2018 class and he is ready to go.

Tyrone Barber, DT 6-3 275 Ibs – Heard good things about him and since we are short at DT, he might be forced to play early.

Devin Leacock, DT 6-3 270 Ibs – Comes on the team already in the top three of the strongest players. Im sure BJM can figure out how to transfer that strength into successful play on the field.

 

O-Line –

This O-Line class has four 300Ibs players and the player that weighs 275Ibs has a crap load of accolades. I see at least 3 out of the 4 playing this year.

Sebastian Sainterling, OG 6-2 356 Ibs

Donovan Jennings, OT 6-5, 310 Ibs (I feel will have the most impact)

Ethan Watson, OT 6-5, 300 Ibs

Brad Cecil, OC 6-4 275 Ibs

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All three early enrolls may get a hard look. We need LBs. Just out of necessity one of the o lines may also get PT.  Of course that extra red shirt year makes all the difference in the world. 

Edited by NewEnglandBull

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USF's linebackers couldn't possibly be worse then the last couple years 

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2 hours ago, chapelbull said:

Do we have a freshman kicker?

We have a Juco kicker, but havent heard much exciting stuff about him. 

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7 hours ago, lotsofbull99 said:

USF's linebackers couldn't possibly be worse then the last couple years 

Better than our all-time leading tackler?

I'll take that all week, and twice on Saturdays

5 hours ago, chapelbull said:

Do we have a kicker?

FIFY

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Do we have a kicker? Are you kidding me he makes it from 95 yards!

 

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16 hours ago, DELdaBull said:

Hopefully none. 

We have 20+ graduating seniors on this team, 1 player that transferred,  1 player who quit and 1 player who retired this spring. We really have no choice this year. 

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Is it just me or do their weights seem low? Feed these guys some fat and beef before September.

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