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2007 CFN All-Americans & Top Players - QBs

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by BoltsFanUK, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. BoltsFanUK

    BoltsFanUK Well-Known Member

    Sep 12, 2006
    CFN 2007 All-Americans and Top 25 Players - Quarterbacks

    2007 CFN Preseason First Team All-American

    Colt Brennan, Sr. Hawaii
    Brennan is the absolute, 100%, NFL-caliber real deal running a high-octane offense at peak efficiency. After throwing for 5,549 yards and 58 touchdowns with 12 interceptions, he'll have to be even crisper and sharper with plenty of holes on the line and new running backs who won't take the heat off like Nate Ilaoa did. His NCAA record-setting stats are ridiculous: nine games last year with 400 yards or more, finishing up with 559 against Arizona State, two or more touchdown pass in every game, with eight games with five or more, and most amazingly, a 72.6 completion percentage. For his career, he's thrown 93 touchdown passes and 9,850 yards, and he can run with 520 yards and eight touchdowns. He's a superstar in full command of the offense as the perfect marriage of talent and system.

    2007 CFN Preseason Second Team All-American

    Pat White, Jr. West Virginia
    White is back for his third year as the catalyst of the high-powered Mountaineer spread offense. The reigning Big East Offensive Player of the Year raced for 1,219 yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground a year ago, displaying game-breaking wheels whenever he found a sliver of daylight. More than just a scrambler, White is also developing into a better pocket passer, making him downright lethal in play-action. He threw for 1,655 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2006, and would have been No. 9 nationally in passing efficiency with one more attempt.

    Preseason 25 Best Quarterbacks
    1. Colt Brennan, Sr. Hawaii
    2. Pat White, Jr. West Virginia
    3. Brian Brohm, Sr. Louisville
    4. Colt McCoy, Soph. Texas
    5. Brian Johnson, Jr. Utah
    6. John David Booty Sr. USC
    7. Chad Henne, Sr. Michigan
    8. Matt Ryan, Sr. Boston College
    9. Andre Woodson Sr. Kentucky
    10. Chase Daniel, Jr. Missouri
    11. Erik Ainge, Sr. Tennessee
    12. Justin Willis, Soph., SMU
    13. Nate Longshore, Jr. California
    14. Bret Meyer, Sr. Iowa State
    15. Matt Grothe, Soph. South Florida
    16. Stephen McGee, Jr. Texas A&M
    17. Matthew Stafford, Soph. Georgia
    18. Bobby Reid, Jr. Oklahoma State
    19. Tim Tebow, Soph. Florida
    20. Graham Harrell, Jr. Texas Tech
    21. Sam Keller, Sr. Nebraska
    22. Alex Brink, Sr. Washington St
    23. Chase Holbrook, Jr. New Mexico State
    24. Nate Davis, Soph. Ball State
    25. Paul Smith, Sr. Tulsa


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