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Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by RS12, Sep 24, 2013.

  1. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    Who Impressed This Weekend

    Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State

    Fresno State's offense may not be a great fit for the gunslinger, but Carr's doing the most with what he's got. Every time the Bulldogs needed to go vertical against Boise State, they were able to, at will, under the arm of the senior, who now has totaled 164 passing attempts in only three 2013 games. After leading the Bulldogs to a dramatic win over Boise State for the first time since 2005, his university launched a Heisman campaign to assist him in the race, and he was named CBS's national player of the week.

    Morgan Breslin, OLB, USC

    After converting from defensive end to outside linebacker, Morgan Breslin ran into another difficulty heading into his senior season: Injury. Missing the opener against Hawaii, Breslin's taking the rest of the season in stride, currently ranked in the top ten nationally in sacks and tackles for losses, despite being out a game. His presence on the field kept Chuckie Keeton and Utah State, a trendy upset pick, from beating USC, whose defense is ranked top four in red-zone defense, rushing defense, and total defense.

    Jaelen Strong ,WR, Arizona State (SO)

    Coming out of high school, Jaelen Strong had offers from some lower-level colleges. Instead, he chose to go the JuCo route before being swarmed with offers after one year of play. Turning down Miami, Nebraska, and many SEC schools, the 6'4” 205 pound pass-catcher signed on with the Sun Devils. Off to a great start his first two games at ASU, he flashed even more potential against Stanford, catching 12 balls for 168 yards and a score, putting his season line at 24 catches, 330 receiving yards, and two touchdowns.

    James Hurst, OT, North Carolina

    A big, smart tackle

  2. Questfor6

    Questfor6 Well-Known Member

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    Like Hurst, he held his own against all world player Clowney week 1. I prefer Matthews and Lewan ahead of him but he's a sure fire first rounder.

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