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2007 Boston College Preview

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by BoltsFanUK, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. BoltsFanUK

    BoltsFanUK Well-Known Member

    Sep 12, 2006

    Boston College Eagles

    Why would Tom O’Brien leave a program which he guided to eight bowl games (and seven straight post-season wins) to go to a school in the same conference with no real tradition, in what might appear to be a lateral move?

    Money talks, and O’Brien, who was unhappy with his salary at BC and no doubt seduced by better facilities, a more lenient academic setting and a broader recruiting base, left Chestnut Hill for North Carolina State and a new challenge. While the move surprised many, it left Boston College athletic director Gene DeFilippo with a tough job. He needed to find a new head man who wouldn’t demand a multi-million dollar contract, but who had the fire and talent to keep BC winning games – it has averaged 8.8 wins over the past six years – within a somewhat restrictive setting.

    Head coach: Jeff Jagodzinski
    1st season
    Returning Lettermen:
    Off. 18, Def. 23, ST 3
    Lettermen Lost: 17

    Ten Best BC Players
    1. QB Matt Ryan, Sr.
    2. CB DeJuan Tribble, Sr.
    3. DT B.J. Raji, Sr.
    4. LB Jolonn Dunbar, Sr.
    5. OT Gosder Cherilus, Sr.
    6. OG Ryan Poles, Sr.
    7. LB Brian Toal, Sr.*
    8. FS Jamie Silva, Sr.
    9. DE Nick Larkin, Sr.
    10. LB Tyronne Pruitt, Sr.
    *if healthy
    2007 Schedule
    CFN Prediction: 8-4

    Sept. 1
    Wake Forest

    Sept. 8
    NC State

    Sept. 15
    at Georgia Tech

    Sept. 22

    Sept. 29

    Oct. 6
    Bowling Green

    Oct. 13
    at Notre Dame

    Oct. 25
    at Virginia Tech

    Nov. 3
    Florida State

    Nov. 10
    at Maryland

    Nov. 17
    at Clemson

    Nov. 24

    2006 Schedule
    CFN Prediction: 7-5
    2006 Record: 10-3

    8/31 at Central Mich W 31-24
    9/9 Clemson W 34-33 2OT
    9/16 BYU W 30-23 2OT
    9/23 at NC State L 17-15
    9/30 Maine W 22-0
    10/12 Virginia Tech W 22-3
    10/21 at Florida State W 24-19
    10/28 Buffalo W 41-0
    11/4 at Wake Forest L 21-14
    11/11 Duke W 28-7
    11/18 Maryland W 38-16
    11/23 at Miami L 17-14
    12/30 Meineke Car Care Bowl
    Navy W 25-24

    The winner of the sweepstakes was Jeff Jagodzinski, the former Packers’ offensive coordinator who spent a couple of years (1997-98) directing the Eagle attack. Though he doesn’t have a big name and there were rumors in Green Bay that his departure was not greeted with wailing and gnashing of teeth, Jagodzinski will likely satisfy the sector of Eagles faithful who weren’t always completely thrilled with O’Brien’s somewhat conservative offensive philosophy.

    The biggest question is whether “Coach Jags” can continue the success and perhaps even build on it, while also adding a bit more pizzazz, with academic requirements that are stiffer than many in the league. Inheriting a team with 17 returning starters, including All-ACC QB Matt Ryan, is a nice start, so there’s not likely to be much of a grace period, if any.

    This is a good enough team to get to the ACC Championship game, and it has the right makeup to possibly win the whole thing, if Ryan can ease the coaching transition and make everyone around him better. O’Brien instilled a belief that the program could and should win no matter what. Now those beliefs should carry over, even if the leader isn’t around anymore.

    What to look for offense: BC’s offense averaged 400-plus yards a game while Jagodzinski coordinated the offense a few years ago, but don’t expect a wide-open attack. Ryan’s strong play will allow for a productive passing game, but Jagodzinski’s roots as an O-line coach will mandate a strong running profile with a new zone run blocking scheme. The return of top backs L.V. Whitworth and Andre Callender will provide more balance, and won’t put the entire offense on Ryan’s shoulders.

    What to look for on defense: The decision to keep defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani was a good one. He’ll direct a group that returns the entire front seven, which made play after play after play in opposing backfields. A secondary that produced 21 interceptions last year must replace two starters, but overall this should again be a physical, stingy outfit, particularly against the run.

    The team will be much better if … one of the receivers can become a big-play threat. One of the offense’s biggest problems has been its inability to burn teams on the deep ball. Kevin Challenger is solid, but he isn't necessarily a home run hitter. Junior Brandon Robinson or sophomore Clarence Megwa have potential and could provide an instant upgrade.

    The Schedule: Jagodzinski has a good team returning, with the potential to get off to a big start if the Eagles can get by a road trip to Georgia Tech and the season opener against defending ACC champion Wake Forest. Army, UMass and Bowling Green in a three-game lull should get the team fully tuned up for an absolutely brutal second half of the year. It doesn't get much tougher than at Notre Dame, at Virginia Tech, Florida State, at Maryland, at Clemson, Miami. Good luck, rook.

    Best Offensive Player: Senior QB Matt Ryan. After battling painful foot and ankle injuries, a healthy Ryan returns to the Heights for his final season as the league’s most experienced quarterback and a Player of the Year candidate. He’s got a next-level arm and Brett Favre-like toughness, to go along with a new passer-friendly offense that’s going to supercharge his numbers.

    Best Defensive Player: Senior CB DeJuan Tribble. Senior linebacker Jolonn Dunbar will lead the team in tackles, and senior tackle B.J. Raji is the top pro prospect, but Tribble is the star of the defense. He led the team in interceptions, and with a shaky secondary returning, he'll be vital at erasing one side of the field.
  2. BoltsFanUK

    BoltsFanUK Well-Known Member

    Sep 12, 2006
    Boston College Eagles

    Preview 2007 - Offense

    What you need to know: It's Matt Ryan's offense and everyone is just playing in it. The new coaching staff will install a new zone blocking scheme, putting a premium on quick, flashy runners, but the line might not be suited for the system. The receiving corps is decent, but nothing special, and the tight ends are promising. It all comes down to Ryan, who'll have more control in the attack, able to change things up a bit on the fly, and he should be tremendous now that he's healthy. He was the best quarterback in the ACC last year, and that was with a broken foot.

    Returning Leaders
    Passing: Matt Ryan
    263-427, 2,942 yds, 15 TD, 10 INT
    Rushing: L.V. Whitworth
    174 carries, 791 yds, 4 TD
    Receiving: Kevin Challenger
    47 catches, 543 yds, 5 TD

    Star of the offense: Senior QB Matt Ryan
    Player that has to step up and become a star: Sophomore OT Pat Sheil
    Unsung star on the rise: Junior WR Brandon Robinson
    Best pro prospect: Junior OT Gosder Cherilus
    Top three all-star candidates: 1) Ryan, 2) Cherilus, 3) OG Ryan Poles
    Strength of the offense: Matt Ryan, running back experience
    Weakness of the offense: Second tackle, offensive line depth


    Projected Starter: Senior Matt Ryan was the best quarterback in the ACC last year, completing 62% of his passes for 2,942 yards and 15 touchdowns with ten interceptions, and he did it with a broken foot for most of the year. The 6-5, 218-pound senior ran for four touchdowns, but he's not exactly a runner and he doesn't exactly fit what the coaching staff might want. Even so, Jeff Jagodzinski is a huge Ryan fan, going out of his way to praise him this spring. Ryan's a great decision maker, tough as nails, and has a great future at the next level. No, he's not going to tear off and big runs, but he's mobile in the pocket and does a great job of avoiding the rush.

    Projected Top Reserve: 6-4, 232-pound junior bomber Chris Crane might seem like only a bomber, but he has surprising rushing skills with two touchdowns, both against Buffalo, and positive yards overall. He completed 22 of 32 passes for 193 yards and a touchdown with an interception in a limited role, and he was great this spring. He'll be the main man going into next year.

    Watch Out For ... Crane to see more time. It'll take a bulldozer to get Ryan off the field, but the coaching staff will want to get Crane work just in case. Someone has to be ready for the future.
    Strength: Ryan. Because he's tall, because he plays in Boston, and because he wears No. 12, he gets compared to Tom Brady. On a collegiate level, that's not insane. He always makes the right throw, has good arm strength, and makes everyone around him better.
    Weakness: A quarterback to fit the philosophy. Offensive coordinator Steve Logan would like a running quarterback to be able to add something different to the attack. He'll be happy to settle with Ryan.
    Outlook: Matt Ryan might be the ACC Player of the Year with the talent to carry the team on his back and finally get BC over the hump. Chris Crane proved this spring that he can be a good fill-in. It would've been nice to have had Ross Applegate around as a third option, but he transferred.
    Rating: 9

    Running Backs

    Projected Starters: While often playing second-fiddle in the running game, the new blocking scheme should mean a big season for 5-11, 204-pound senior Andre Callender. A darting, quick back with 1,978 career yards and eight touchdowns to go along with 62 catches for 497 yards, he has done just about everything for the offense except be a workhorse with only four games out of 42 with 20 or more carries. He'll still be part of a rotation, but he'll be the team's most effective back.

    Paving the way, when a fullback is used, will be 6-2, 240-pound redshirt freshman James McCluskey. After coming to BC as a star linebacker, he was moved over to the offensive side early on and could end up getting a few carries here and there. He has the potential to be a good, unsung cog in the attack.

    Projected Top Reserves: 5-11, 216-pound senior L.V. Whitworth has had a great career with 2,221 rushing yards, 14 touchdowns, and 68 catches for 580 yards and a score. He's been the team's starter, even though he's been in a rotation with Callender, splitting carries almost evenly. A slam-between-the-tackles runner, he's a tough back who doesn't quite fit the new offensive style, but will still be effective. Banged up at the end of last year, he struggled in the season finale against Miami and only carried the ball two times against Navy. Now he's back and ready to be a 15-carry-a-game back again.

    Junior A.J. Brooks has had a hard time finding carries with just 19 for 66 yards and two scores. A speedy back who should shine under the new coaching staff with the ability to burst through the line and potentially tear off a few huge runs. He's only seen mop-up duty so far, but he could play a bigger role.

    Watch Out For ... Whitworth to be slowly phased out. He's a good runner, but he simply isn't the right fit for what the coaching staff is going to want to do. He won't lead the team in rushing again.
    Strength: Veterans. Callender and Whitworth have seemingly been around forever as a consistent, productive 1-2 punch. Yeah, Whitworth might step aside a bit for Callender, but he'll still get a good amount of work.
    Weakness: Goal line back. With top short-yardage runner Brian Toal likely to not get the job anymore, thanks to a bad shoulder, either Whitworth has to use his size to be the main man inside, or this could be a slight issue.
    Outlook: The offense won't revolve around the ground game like it did under Tom O'Brien, but it'll still be effective. The zone blocking scheme needs quick backs who can cut back and be creative. That's Callender more than Whitworth, and even Brooks could grow into a serious threat to become a top producer.
    Rating: 7


    Projected Starters: Back as the number one receiver after catching 47 passes for 543 yards and five touchdowns is 5-9, 178-pound senior Kevin Challenger. He missed all of spring ball hurt, but he's expected to be back by the start of the season to be Matt Ryan's steady go-to target. Not necessarily a possession receiver, he's not a deep threat, either. He's a tough, quick playmaker with nice hands. He's as reliable as they come.

    The Eagles lost Tony Gonzalez, who had a strong season with 43 catches for 491 yards and five touchdowns, but there's a good chance there's an upgrade at the position with the emergence of 5-10, 195-pound junior Brandon Robinson. He finished third on the team with 36 catches for 490 yards and a touchdown, and had an amazing spring, showing off great deep speed and playmaking ability. Now he has to prove he can be consistent.

    Back at tight end is 6-4, 254-pound senior Ryan Thompson, who caught 12 catches for 141 yards. Part of a rotation, he'll be the team's best receiving tight end and could have an expanded role after coming on over the second half of last year.

    Projected Top Reserves: Even when Challenger is back, 6-1, 212-pound sophomore Clarence Megwa will be a major factor in the offense after a terrific spring. He caught 12 catches for 126 yards, but he was great in spring ball and should be more of a deep threat than Challenger and will see time in three-wide sets.

    Behind Robinson will be 5-11, 205-pound sophomore Rich Gunnell after making eight catches for 97 yards. He has good quickness and the ability to play inside or out. Not the deep threat Megwa is, he'll have to find his turn in the rotation as the fourth target in the mix.

    While Thompson will be the receiving tight end, 6-5, 271-pound senior Jon Loyte will be the top blocker. He caught six passes for 42 yards and two short touchdowns, but he'll mostly be used in two tight end sets to be like a third tackle.

    Watch Out For ... Robinson. The coaching staff has been counting on him to grow into a dangerous field stretcher who opens everything up underneath. The passing game needs him to be steady.
    Strength: Tight end. Thompson and Purvis aren't going to earn any All-ACC honors, but they'll be a solid tandem that does a little bit of everything well. They can be a bigger part of the passing game, make the big blocks, and do anything needed.
    Weakness: Number one receiver. Challenger is functional, but he won't produce much more than a big yawn from most good shutdown corners. He'll get his 2-to-5 catches a game, but Robinson and Megwa have to step up and turn into the dangerous playmakers.
    Outlook: Serviceable. This is a serviceable receiving corps that'll look good with Matt Ryan throwing the ball. It'll run good routes, keep the chains moving, and do just enough to make the offense go. It won't get shut down cold by anyone, but it won't light anyone up like a Christmas tree, either. With the way Ryan will spread the ball around, everyone will get a turn.
    Rating: 6.5

    Offensive Linemen

    Projected Starters: Three starters return to the line led by a fantastic left side. 6-7, 318-pound senior Gosder Cherilus, who'll be a top 100 draft pick next year. With his size and pass protection skills, he's a good talent. With 37 straight starts, he's a rock who'll be counted on to make the big block on every key running play.

    Next to Cherilus is 6-3, 295-pound senior Ryan Poles, an All-ACC caliber performer who could play tackle if needed. He started every game last year on the left side and could be moved around where needed. With his athleticism, he should be absolutely perfect for the new zone blocking style.

  3. BoltsFanUK

    BoltsFanUK Well-Known Member

    Sep 12, 2006
    2007 Boston College Preview - Defense

    What you need to know: Is it time to start giving the BC defense a little love? It allowed 17 points per game in 2004, 15.92 in 2005, and 15.69 last year. With defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani back, it should be even better with nine starters returning including the entire front seven if linebacker Brian Toal is back from a shoulder problem. The monster tackles, B.J. Raji and Ron Brace, will gum up everything inside, while the deep linebacking corps will quietly be among the ACC's best. DeJuan Tribble is one of the league's best shutdown corners, and Jamie Silva is a top free safety. The problem? There isn't a reliable second corner, and strong safety is a question mark.

    Returning Leaders
    Tackles: Jolonn Dunbar, 92
    Sacks: Nick Larkin, B.J. Raji, 2
    Interceptions: DeJuan Tribble, 7

    Star of the defense: Senior CB DeJuan Tribble
    Player that has to step up and become a star: Junior CB Taji Morris
    Unsung star on the rise: Sophomore DE Allan Smith
    Best pro prospect: Senior DT B.J. Raji
    Top three all-star candidates: 1) Tribble, 2) Raji, 3) LB Jolonn Donbar
    Strength of the defense: Front seven, tackle size
    Weakness of the defense: Second corner on the other side of Tribble

    Defensive Line

    Projected Starters: The BC line will be among the best in the ACC, and it'll be close, thanks to the tremendous tackle tandem of senior B.J. Raji and junior Ron Brace. The 6-3, 335-pound Raji was close to taking off early for the NFL, but came back and is now in a salary drive for next year, when he'll likely go in the first two rounds. Big, quick and tough, he made 26 tackles with three tackles for loss as one of the rocks of the run defense. The 6-3, 335-pound Brace made 20 tackles and two tackles for loss with two recovered fumbles. While he's not as good as Raji, he's a tough big presence on the inside. Sometimes he's too big, needing to stay under 340 to be at his most effective. These two will be tough to get past for inside running games, and now they'll need to start doing more to get into the backfield.

    While senior Nick Larkin wasn't named a starter coming out of spring ball, that'll quickly change. A starter in the last 25 games at end, the 6-4, 250-pound senior made 33 tackles, three sacks and six tackles for loss as the active pass rusher everyone has to deal with first. While he wasn't Mathias Kiwanuka, he was disruptive. As good as he is, he'll still have to keep working to play a full-time role with good players pushing for time.

    On the other side will be 6-2, 250-pound sophomore Brady Smith. While he's a true end, he's seen starting time inside and out as a quick tackle and a tough end making 25 tackles. Now he has to grow into a pass rusher after only generating thee tackles for loss with no sacks.

    Projected Top Reserves: The battles are on for spots on the end. 6-2, 230-pound sophomore Allan Smith, not the all-star, Larkin, was listed first on the depth chart going into the fall. A smallish, quick prospect who made four tackles in a reserve role, he'll grow into a disruptive pass rushing specialist.

    Pushing for time at the left end job will be 6-5, 230-pound sophomore Alex Albright after making 20 tackles and two sacks as a true freshman. He needs to beef up and add more size to his frame to play more of a regular role against the run, but he'll at least be a strong end in the rotation with Brady Smith. After starting against Navy in the bowl game, he proved he can step in and shine.

    As if there wasn't enough size in the middle, ready to contribute will be 6-3, 340-pound redshirt freshman Thomas Claiborne. A high school track star in the discus and shot put, he'll be a strong, athletic inside presence behind Brace.

    Watch Out For ... this to be a brick wall against the run. With all four starters returning, and backups with starting experience, and a whole bunch of size all along the front, no one will run on a regular basis on this group.
    Strength: Size. When the top three tackles for 340, 335 and 340, you have anchors to count on. The ends aren't huge, but with the inside presences they get to work around, they don't have to be.
    Weakness: Sure-thing pass rusher. Larkin is a great all-around defender and a likely All-ACC performer, but he's not a killer pass rusher who can beat the double teams. He's certainly good, but he needs someone on the other side to help take the attention away.
    Outlook: The Eagles have four ends good enough to star, three huge tackles and a quick reserve in Jerry Willette, and the potential to grow into something special over the next two years with everyone coming back in 2008 but Raji and Larkin. There will be a good rotation and plenty of production at all four spots.
    Rating: 8


    Projected Starters: Is Brian Toal going to be ready? The 6-0, 232-pound senior missed spring ball with a shoulder problem and could end up redshirting the season if it's not right by the start of the season. He made 50 tackles and two interceptions on the outside last year, while continuing to serve as an unstoppable goal line back with 12 career touchdowns. His overall production has dropped since a 77-tackle freshman year, and it's all because of the shoulder problem.

    Back in the middle is 6-0, 233-pound senior Jolonn Dunbar, who led the team with 92 tackles, two sacks and 7.5 tackles for loss after making 50 stops as a sophomore. Most known for taking back two fumbles for scores in the win over Maryland, he's a presence all over the field making big things happen. The former running back has speed, range, and brutal hitting ability. Now he knows what he's doing as the leader of the front seven.

    On the outside will once again be 5-11, 220-pound senior Tyronne Pruitt after a solid 48 tackle season with five tackles for loss. While he's not huge, he doesn't miss a tackle and always finds a way to get around the ball. He's terrific at keeping short gains from becoming big ones.

    Projected Top Reserves: If Toal isn't able to go, it'll be up to 6-2, 240-pound junior Robert Francois to step in and try to provide the same sort of physical presence. He started seven games last season and finished fourth on the team with 52 tackles and 3.5 tackles for loss. Even faster than Toal, the former high school star sprinter isn't much of a downgrade if he gets the full-time starting gig.

    Playing behind Pruitt will be will be 6-2, 212-pound junior Kevin Akins, who's coming off a nice 36 tackle season with 7.5 sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss. While he's built like a safety (where he could move if Toal is back), he bulked up and should be a bit stronger against the run. He's a blur into the backfield bringing his sprinter's speed to the outside.

    At 6-0 and 250 pounds, sophomore Mike McLaughlin is the biggest linebacker in the rotation and a physical presence behind Dunbar in the middle. A good reserve with 12 tackles last year, he'll be the understudy before getting the starting job in 2008.

    Watch Out For ... Toal to stop double dipping as a goal line back. If he's back this year, his shoulder will have to limit the pounding. That's not a plus for a physical linebacker, and he doesn't need to take more shots than necessary.
    Strength: Experience and talent. Few teams can potentially lose a player like Toal and be more than fine. With everyone returning from last year's great corps, and a great anchor to work around in Dunbar in the middle, everyone knows what they're doing, and everyone has their role. From Larkin's pass rushing to the speed of Francois, everyone can play.
    Weakness: Not much. The only possible knock is that the group isn't amazing in pass coverage. It's good, but not phenomenal. It's nitpicking.
    Outlook: Virginia Tech's linebacking corps is the best in the ACC, and Georgia Tech and Miami have great ones, but BC's is up there. There's speed, hitting ability, experience, and a boatload of talent with or without Toal. With a good line in front of them taking care of most of the running plays, the linebackers will roam free, for the most part, and be extraordinary.
    Rating: 8.5

    Defensive Backs

    Projected Starters: Senior corner DeJuan Tribble isn't all that big at 5-9 and 190 pounds, but he's one of the ACC's premier cover corners with nine interceptions and 11 broken up passes over the last two years, stepping up his game last season with seven picks. With 106 tackles over the last two season, 89 of them solo, he's a tough tackler who doesn't miss a play. Everyone will stay away from him if possible.

    On the other side will likely be 5-9, 181-pound junior Taji Morris after no one else stepped up this spring. He was on his way to a strong season with 21 tackles and four broken up passes over the first five games before missing the rest of the season with a groin injury. While he's not a great coverman, he'll have to be with no one throwing at Tribble.

    Helping out the overall cause will be steady free safety Jamie Silva, a 5-11, 208-pound senior who finished third on the team with 57 tackles and four interceptions with 6.5 tackles for loss. A monster hitter with 185 career stops, he's great at getting all over the field and should bail out the second corner on the other side of Tribble time and again.

    Trying to step in and take over at strong safety, at least to start the year, will be 6-1, 210-pound sophomore Paul Anderson after making 12 tackles and a pick as a reserve. He's an athletic defender who could play free safety if needed, and he'll have to be a part of a rotation at strong safety until someone emerges as a consistent

  4. BoltsFanUK

    BoltsFanUK Well-Known Member

    Sep 12, 2006
    2007 Boston College Preview - Depth Chart

    OFFENSE Returning Starters: 7

    QB 12 Matt Ryan 6-5 218 Sr
    10 Chris Crane 6-4 232 Jr

    TB 30 LV Whitworth 5-11 216 Sr OR
    32 Andre Callender 5-11 204 Sr

    FB 36 James McCluskey 6-2 240 RFr.
    43 Michael Kocicz 6-0 215 So

    WR 2 Brandon Robinson 5-10 195 Jr
    18 Rich Gunnell 5-11 205 So

    WR 84 Kevin Challenger 5-9 178 Sr
    11 Clarence Megwa 6-1 212 So

    TE 85 Ryan Thompson 6-4 259 Sr OR
    89 Jon Loyte 6-5 271 Sr

    LT 77 Gosder Cherilus 6-7 318 Sr
    66 Rich Lapham 6-8 336 RFr.

    LG 72 Ryan Poles 6-4 295 Sr
    78 Ty Hall 6-4 300 Sr

    C 61 Kevin Sheridan 6-3 290 Sr
    65 Matt Tennant 6-4 278 So

    RG 67 Tom Anevski 6-2 291 Sr
    71 Carlos Huggins 6-6 316 Jr

    RT 76 Pat Sheil 6-6 284 So
    73 Clif Ramsey 6-6 313 Jr

    DEFENSE Returning Starters: 9

    LE 97 Brady Smith 6-2 250 So
    98 Alex Albright 6-5 230 So

    LT 60 Ron Brace 6-3 335 Jr
    91 Thomas Claiborne 6-3 340 RFr.

    RT 90 BJ Raji 6-1 340 Sr
    99 Jerry Willette 6-5 265 Jr

    RE 92 Allan Smith 6-2 230 So
    57 Nick Larkin 6-4 250 Sr

    LB 48 Tyronne Pruitt 5-11 220 Sr
    7 Kevin Akins 6-2 212 Jr

    LB 40 Jolonn Dunbar 6-0 233 Sr
    34 Mike McLaughlin 6-0 250 So

    LB 16 Brian Toal 6-0 232 Sr OR
    35 Robert Francois 6-2 240 Jr

    CB 27 DeJuan Tribble 5-9 190 Sr
    4 Reshaude Goodwin 5-11 175 RFr.

    SS 19 Paul Anderson 6-1 210 So OR
    8 Marcellus Bowman 6-2 206 So.

    FS 44 Jamie Silva 5-11 208 Sr
    45 Wes Davis 6-1 205 So

    CB 29 Taji Morris 5-9 181 Jr
    47 Roderick Rollins 6-0 170 So

    PK 83 Steve Aponavicius 5-10 175 Jr
    P 46 Johnny Ayers 6-0 186 Sr


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