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2013 College Football Week 3 Watch List

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Thursday September 12th, 2013:

Tulane @ Louisiana Tech – 7:30 PM Eastern (FOX Sports 1)

Tulane:
WR Ryan Grant – 6'1, 192 lbs, 4.57 40 Time, Jersey # 3

LA Tech:
DT Justin Ellis – 6'2, 330 lbs, 5.24 40 Time, Jersey # 70

Saturday September 14th, 2013:

UCLA @ Nebraska – 12:00 PM Eastern (ABC)

UCLA:
OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, 6'3, 305 lbs, 5.1840 Time, Jersey #56
DE Cassius Marsh – 6'3, 276 lbs, 4.89 40 Time, Jersey # 99
OLB Anthony Barr – 6'4, 238 lbs, 4.73 40 Time, Jersey #11

Nebraska:
OG Spencer Long – 6'3, 308 lbs, 5.14 40 Time, Jersey # 61

Southern Miss. @ Arkansas – 12:21 PM Eastern (ESPN 3/GamePlan)

Southern Miss.
DT Kyhri Thornton – 6'3, 300 lbs, 5.28 40 Time, Jersey # 98

Arkansas:
C Travis Swanson – 6'4, 305 lbs, 5.29 40 Time, Jersey # 64

Fresno State @ Colorado – 2:00 PM Eastern (Channel Unknown)

Fresno:
QB Derek Carr – 6'3, 205 lbs, 4.70 40 Time, Jersey # 4
OT Austin Wentworth – 6'5, 300 lbs, 5.12 40 Time, Jersey # 72

Colorado:
WR Paul Richardson – 6'1, 176 lbs, 4.48 40 Time, Jersey # 6

Georgia Tech @ Duke – 3:30 PM Eastern (ESPNU)

GA Tech:
OLB Jeremiah Attaochu – 6'2, 240 lbs, 4.64 40 Time, Jersey #45

Duke:
CB Ross Cockrell – 6'0, 182 lbs, 4.50 40 Time, Jersey # 6

Alabama @ Texas A&M – 3:30 PM Eastern (CBS)

Alabama:
QB A.J. McCarron – 6'4, 210 lbs, 4.79 40 Time, Jersey #10
WR Kevin Norwood – 6'1, 195 lbs, 4.56 40 Time, Jersey # 83
OG Anthony Steen – 6'3, 303 lbs, 5.06 40 Time, Jersey # 61
OT Cyrus Kouandijo – 6'6, 311 lbs, 5.15 40 Time, Jersey # 71
DE Ed Stinson – 6'4, 282 lbs, 4.67 40 Time, Jersey # 49
OLB Adrian Hubbard – 6'6, 252 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey # 42
ILB C.J. Mosley – 6'2, 234 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey # 32
CB Deion Belue – 5'11, 180 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey # 13
FS Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix – 6'1, 209 lbs, 4.54 40 Time, Jersey # 6

A&M:
QB Johnny Manziel – 6'0, 207 lbs, 4.45 40 Time, Jersey #2
WR Mike Evans – 6'5, 225 lbs, 4.58 40 Time, Jersey # 13
OT Jake Matthews – 6'5, 305 lbs, 4.98 40 Time, Jersey # 75
OT Cedric Ogbuehi – 6'5, 300 lbs, 5.15 40 Time, Jersey # 70

Tennessee @ Oregon – 3:30 PM Eastern (ABC)

Tennessee:
OT Antonio Richardson – 6'6, 332 lbs, 5.16 40 Time, Jersey # 74
OT JaWuan James – 6'6, 324 lbs, 5.32 40 Time, Jersey # 70
DT Daniel McCullers – 6'6, 377 lbs, 5.58 40 Time, Jersey # 98
ILB A.J. Johnson – 6'2, 240 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey # 45

Oregon:
QB Marcus Mariota – 6'4, 212 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #8
RB De'Anthony Thomas – 5'9, 173 lbs, 4.37 40 Time, Jersey #6
WR Josh Huff – 5'11, 205 lbs, 4.42 40 Time, Jersey # 1
TE Colt Lyerla – 6'5, 246 lbs, 4.59 40 Time, Jersey #15
DE Taylor Hart – 6'6, 292 lbs, 4.92 40 Time, Jersey #66
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu – 5'10, 190 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey #14

Washington @ Illinois – 6:00 PM Eastern (Big 10 Network)

Washington:
RB Bishop Sankey – 5'10, 200 lbs, 4.49 40 Time, Jersey # 25
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins – 6'6, 258 lbs, 4.60 40 Time, Jersey # 88
DT Danny Shelton – 6'1, 317 lbs, 5.22 40 Time, Jersey # 71
OLB Josh Shirley – 6'2, 230 lbs, 4.58 40 Time, Jersey # 22

Illinois:
OLB Jonathan Brown – 6'1, 235 lbs, 4.49 40 Time, Jersey #45

Ohio State @ California – 7:00 PM Eastern (PAC-12 Network)

OSU:
RB Carlos Hyde – 6'0, 235 lbs, 4.56 40 Time, Jersey #34
OT Jack Mewhort – 6'5, 310 lbs, 5.24 40 Time, Jersey #74
OLB Ryan Shazier – 6'2, 226 lbs, 4.63 40 Time, Jersey #10
CB Bradley Roby – 5'11, 190 lbs, 4.39 40 Time, Jersey # 1
FS C.J. Barnett – 6'0, 202 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey #4

Cal:
DT Deandre Coleman – 6'5, 309 lbs, 5.16 40 Time, Jersey #17

Kent State @ LSU – 7:00 PM Eastern (ESPNU)

Kent:
WR Dri Archer – 5'8, 178 lbs, 4.37 40 Time, Jersey # 1

LSU:
QB Zach Mettenberger – 6'5, 215 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey #8
DT Anthony Johnson – 6'3, 304 lbs, 5.03 40 Time, Jersey #90
ILB Lawan Barrow – 6'1, 232 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey #18
SS Craig Loston – 6'2, 205 lbs, Unknown 40 Time, Jersey #6

Vanderbilt @ South Carolina – 7:00 PM Eastern (ESPN)

Vandy:
WR Jordan Matthews – 6'3, 205 lbs, 4.57 40 Time, Jersey #87
FS Kenny Ladler – 6'0, 205 lbs, 4.59 40 Time, Jersey #1

South Carolina:
DE Jadeveon Clowney – 6'6, 256 lbs, 4.60 40 Time, Jersey #7

Notre Dame @ Purdue – 8:00 PM Eastern (ABC)

UND:
RB George Atkinson III – 6'1, 210 lbs, 4.48 40 Time, Jersey #4
WR T.J. Jones – 5'11, 190 lbs, 4.46 40 Time, Jersey #7
OG Chris Watt – 6'3, 310 lbs, Unknown 40 Time, Jersey #66
OT Zack Martin – 6'4, 304 lbs, 5.05 40 Time, Jersey #70
DE Stephon Tuitt – 6'5, 303 lbs, 4.89 40 Time, Jersey #7
DT Louis Nix III – 6'5, 326 lbs, 4.99 40 Time, Jersey #1
OLB Prince Shembo – 6'2, 250 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey #55
CB Bennett Jackson – 6'0, 185 lbs, 4.45 40 Time, Jersey #2

Purdue:
DT Bruce Gaston – 6'2, 310 lbs, 5.08 40 Time

Ole Miss. @ Texas – 8:00 PM Eastern (Longhorn Network)

Miss:
WR Dante Moncrief – 6'2, 224 lbs, 4.49 40 Time, Jersey #12

Texas:
WR Mike Davis – 6'2, 195 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #1
DE Jackson Jeffcoat – 6'5, 245 lbs, 4.70 40 Time, Jersey #44
CB Carrington Byndom – 6'0, 180 lbs, 4.45 40 Time, Jersey #23

Wisconsin @ Arizona State – 10:30 PM Eastern (ESPN)

Wisc:
WR Jared Abbrederis – 6'2, 188 lbs, 4.59 40 Time, Jersey #4
TE Jacob Pedersen – 6'4, 238 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey #48
OG Ryan Groy – 6'5, 318 lbs, 4.98 40 Time, Jersey #79

ASU:
TE Chris Coyle – 6'3, 232 lbs, 4.67 40 Time, Jersey #87
DE Will Sutton – 6'0, 285 lbs, 4.79 40 Time, Jersey #90
OLB Carl Bradford – 6'1, 241 lbs, 4.73 40 Time, Jersey #52
FS Alden Darby – 5'10, 190 lbs, 4.50 40 Time, Jersey #4
[ Edited by AB83Rules on Sep 13, 2013 at 11:52 AM ]
A mid-late round prospect at CB for Nebraska:

From this site: http://tommeltonscouting.wordpress.com/tag/stanley-jean-baptiste/
Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Senior- Andrew Green is supposedly the better prospect, but I am much more intrigued by Jean-Baptiste. He's a converted wide receiver who had never played defensive back before his first season with Nebraska as a sophomore but he still made this fantastic interception despite only having been on the defensive side of the ball for 3 weeks. Given the NFL's trend of wanting bigger, longer and more physical corners I think Jean-Baptiste is going to be far more popular than people expect come draft time. He's listed at 6'2", 215 pounds and has great length and ball skills thanks to his time spent as a wide receiver. He's still raw and obviously doesn't know the nuances of the position, but I think he has a lot of upside as an outside corner. He's not going to run a 4.4 flat, but I think he is in the 4.5-4.55 range which is more than good enough to get a NFL look at corner given his fantastic size. He may not even be a starter for Nebraska, but I think he's going to get some NFL looks. He had 9 pass break-ups and 2 interceptions as a junior, so hopefully he gets some playing time outside when Evans slides inside to nickel.

With the chance we took on Marcus Cooper in the 7th last draft and the trend towards bigger CBs (and the lack of premium CBs with size in this draft - Pourifoy is listed at 6'1" I think, but everyone else is 5'10" to 6'0" in the top prospects it looks like), I could see the Niners taking a flyer on this guy.

Also, have you seen this site: http://www.draftdaddy.com/
It's awesome, but especially their blog area, which is a great collection of links to ratings and articles about prospects, especially hometown paper articles and blogs that give you a deeper look at some prospects.

Thanks for the great work AB83!
[ Edited by Spike1000 on Sep 12, 2013 at 2:54 PM ]
Other ASU players:
RB Marion Grice, #1, 6-0 205lbs
OG Jamil Douglas*, #74, 6-4 300lbs
CB Osahon Irabor, #24, 5-11 185lbs
OLB Chris Young, #21, 6-0 240lbs

Notes on ASU's players:
-Coyle: Not the fastest or biggest TE, but exceptional hands, good route runner, and solid blocker. Plays TE/H-Back. Mid to Late Rounder.

-Sutton: Put on weight to improve draft stock, at about 295lbs I'd say. A penetrating, quick footed, pass rushing DT that will slide out to DE on someplays. Has a handful of playes every game where he slips between O-Lineman as soon as the ball is snapped, he is that quick. 1st - 3rd rounder.

-Bradford - Most athletically gifted person the team who plays on sheer athleticism while his football skills need some development. He is a guy that runs like a safety and has the brute strength of a lineman. Not nearly consistent enough on the field. 2nd to 4th rounder.

-Darby - packed on a LOT of muscle in the offseason and looks faster as well. Last year he looked timid to me and out of position, I want to see more tenacity/aggression, especially in the running game. Late Rounder to UDFA.

-Grice - great receiver out of the backfield with surprising speed, great vision, great change of direction. Mid rounder.

-Douglas: Outstanding run blocker, excels pulling and can block in space. A lot of screens are run to the left on the side he is on. Mid rounder.

-Irabor: 4 year starter, I'm not that impressed by him but worth a note for a guy with that much starting experience. UDFA

Young: JUCO transfer in his 2nd year. Tackling machine and plays MLB/OLB blend in our D. His knee is banged up though for the game. Late rounder to UDFA.
Could you underline the games plz?
Originally posted by Spike1000:
A mid-late round prospect at CB for Nebraska:

From this site: http://tommeltonscouting.wordpress.com/tag/stanley-jean-baptiste/
Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Senior- Andrew Green is supposedly the better prospect, but I am much more intrigued by Jean-Baptiste. He's a converted wide receiver who had never played defensive back before his first season with Nebraska as a sophomore but he still made this fantastic interception despite only having been on the defensive side of the ball for 3 weeks. Given the NFL's trend of wanting bigger, longer and more physical corners I think Jean-Baptiste is going to be far more popular than people expect come draft time. He's listed at 6'2", 215 pounds and has great length and ball skills thanks to his time spent as a wide receiver. He's still raw and obviously doesn't know the nuances of the position, but I think he has a lot of upside as an outside corner. He's not going to run a 4.4 flat, but I think he is in the 4.5-4.55 range which is more than good enough to get a NFL look at corner given his fantastic size. He may not even be a starter for Nebraska, but I think he's going to get some NFL looks. He had 9 pass break-ups and 2 interceptions as a junior, so hopefully he gets some playing time outside when Evans slides inside to nickel.

With the chance we took on Marcus Cooper in the 7th last draft and the trend towards bigger CBs (and the lack of premium CBs with size in this draft - Pourifoy is listed at 6'1" I think, but everyone else is 5'10" to 6'0" in the top prospects it looks like), I could see the Niners taking a flyer on this guy.

Also, have you seen this site: http://www.draftdaddy.com/
It's awesome, but especially their blog area, which is a great collection of links to ratings and articles about prospects, especially hometown paper articles and blogs that give you a deeper look at some prospects.

Thanks for the great work AB83!

I second this! Jean-Baptiste is definitely intriguing, and word from the scouts at the Nebraska vs. Southern Miss game is that they were doing a lot of focusing on Jean-Baptiste. He's already tied his last years INT total of two.
Originally posted by communist:
Could you underline the games plz?

done.
The refs for this Bama/A&M game should lose their jobs... just a ridiculous targeting call that shouldn't have been a flag of any kind. **** this pansy BS.
Originally posted by Mr.Mcgibblets:
The refs for this Bama/A&M game should lose their jobs... just a ridiculous targeting call that shouldn't have been a flag of any kind. **** this pansy BS.

Agreed. For a second there I thought they were going to eject Clinton-Dix. I mean what was he supposed to do? At least they didn't add insult to injury. This is a damn good game. Volatile on all side of the ball.
In regards to players to watch,

For Purdue:
Gabe Holmes, TE (even though he was out this week with an injury)
Ricardo Allen, CB
Ryan Russell, DE
I was impressed with Davaris Daniels, ND WR, believe underclassmen, might be a RS-Sophomore. Among the best for the 2015 draft on CBS Sports. Too bad ND doesn't have a NFL Worthy QB, Rees is ok, but could do better, stupid Everett Golson got himself ineligible academically. Kid has speed, and a good arm.

Manziel looked good, but I dont like the kid's attitude. He is a top 50 pick for me right now, maybe Top 55, I have new rankings out, and he is 6th QB I believe. Iove what Murray has been doing lately. 1st-2nd rd guy.

Norwood, the WR from Bama with the nice catch and TD in the 1st half for Bama, in their win over A&M. The Clinton-Dix hit was bs. They need the rule overturned. If penalty, allow the right thing to be done, no ejection, and no penalty. Clearly all ball.

Jamies Winston, Freshman or Soph I belive, gonna be a great QB with time and development.

Bridgewater was his usual self, calm, cool and collective. Love him, my Top prospect right now.

That injury to Will Sutton looked a little low, and shady, similar to what Looney did to Kevin Williams, and what Suh did in the opener in Detroit.
Originally posted by AB81Rules:
done.
Thank you very much :)