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2013 College Football Week 10 Watch List

Thursday, October 31st, 2013:

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

ASU:
RB Marlon Grice – 6'0, 207 lbs, 4.54 40 Time, Jersey #1
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

Wash St:
SS Deone Buchannon – 6'1, 190 lbs, 4.43 40 Time, Jersey #20

Friday, November 1st, 2013:

USC @ Oregon State – 9:00 PM Eastern (ESPN2)

Oregon St:
QB Sean Mannion – 6'4, 215 lbs, 4.94 40 Time, Jersey #4
WR Brandin Cooks – 5'10, 186 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey #7
DE Scott Crichton – 6'3, 263 lbs, 4.73 40 Time, Jersey #95
CB Rashaad Reynolds – 5'10, 187 lbs, 4.50 40 Time, Jersey #16

USC:
RB Silas Redd – 5'10, 200 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #25
WR Marquis Lee – 6'0, 190 lbs, 4.41 40 Time, Jersey #9
TE Xavier Grimble – 6'5, 255, 4.72 40 Time, Jersey #86
DT George Uko – 6'3, 285 lbs, 5.02 40 Time, Jersey #90
OLB Morgan Breslin – 6'2, 250 lbs, 4.67 40 Time, Jersey #91
ILB/SS Dion Bailey – 6'1, 210 lbs, 4.59 40 Time, Jersey #18

Saturday, Novermber 2nd, 2013:

Tennessee @ Missorui – TBA (ESPN)

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

Missouri:
CB E.J. Gaines – 5'10, 195 lbs, 4.44 40 Time, Jersey #31

Auburn @ Arkansas – TBA (ESPN)

Auburn:
OLB Dee Ford – 6'2, 240 lbs, 4.72 40 Time, Jersey #30

Ark:
C Travis Swanson – 6'4, 305 lbs, 5.29 40 Time, Jersey #64
DE Chris Smith – 6'2, 268 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey #42

Ohio State @ Purdue – 12:00 PM Eastern (Big Ten 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

Purdue:
DT Bruce Gaston – 6'2, 310 lbs, 5.08 40 Time, Jersey #90
CB Ricardo Allen – 5'9, 186 lbs, 4.48 40 Time, Jersey #21

Illinois @ Penn State – 12:00 PM Eastern (ESPN/ESPN2)

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

PSU:
WR Allen Robinson – 6'3, 205 lbs, 4.54 40 Time, Jersey #8
DT DaQuan Jones – 6'3, 333 lbs, 5.18 40 Time, Jersey #91

Wisconsin @ Iowa – 12:00 PM Eastern (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2)

Wisc:
RB Melvin Gordon – 6'1, 207 lbs, 4.54 40 Time, Jersey #25
WR Jarred Abberderias – 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
ILB Chris Borland – 5'11, 242 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey #44

Iowa:
TE C.J. Fiedorowicz – 6'6, 265 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey #86

Mississippi State @ South Carolina – 12:21 PM Eastern (ESPN3/GamePlan)

Mississippi State:
RB LaDarius Perkins – 5'10, 190 lbs, 4.42 40 Time, Jersey #27
OG Gabe Jackson – 6'4, 320 lbs, 5.34 40 Time, Jersey # 61
FS Nickoe Whitley – 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

North Carolina @ N.C. State – 12:30 PM Eastern (ESPN3/GamePlan)

UNC:
QB Bryn Renner – 6'2, 225 lbs, 4.97 40 Time, Jersey #10
TE Eric Ebron – 6'4, 245 lbs, 4.67 40 Time, Jersey #85
OT James Hurst – 6'7, 310 lbs, 5.25 40 Time, Jersey #68
DE Kareem Martin – 6'5, 260 lbs, 4.73 40 Time, Jersey #95
CB Tim Scott – 5'11, 190 lbs, 4.48 40 Time, Jersey #7
FS Tre Boston – 6'0, 205 lbs, 4.58 40 Time, Jersey #10

N.C. State:
TE Asa Waston – 6'4, 235 lbs, 4.68 40 Time, Jersey #82

Clemson @ Virginia – 3:30 PM Eastern (ABC/ESPN)

Clemson:
QB Tajh Boyd – 6'1, 225 lbs, 4.63 40 Time, Jersey #10
WR Sammy Watkins – 6'1, 180 lbs, 4.40 40 Tmie, Jersey #2
OG Brandon Thomas – 6'3, 305 lbs, 4.93 40 Time, Jersey #63
OLB Vic Beasley – 6'2, 235 lbs, 4.64 40 Time, Jersey #3

UVA:
OT Morgan Moses – 6'6, 325 lbs, 5.48 40 Time, Jersey #78

Michigan @ Michigan State – 3:30 PM Eastern (ABC)

MSU:
OLB Denicos Allen – 5'11, 225 lbs, 4.64 40 Time, Jersey #28
ILB Max Bullough – 6'2, 252 lbs, 4.74 40 Time, Jersey #40
CB Darqueze Dennard – 5'11, 225 lbs, 4.51 40 Time, Jersey #31
SS Isaiah Lewis – 5'10, 210 lbs, 4.54 40 Time, Jersey #9

Michigan:
OT Taylor Lewan – 6'8, 302 lbs, 5.10 40 Time, Jersey #77

Arizona @ California – 3:30 PM Eastern (PAC-12 Network)

Arizona:
RB Ka'Deem Carey – 5'10, 198 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #25

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

Georgia vs. Florida – 3:30 PM Eastern (CBS)

UGA:
QB Aaron Murray – 6'1, 211 lbs, 4.81 40 Time, Jersey #11
TE Arthur Lynch – 6'5, 255 lbs, 4.82 40 Time, Jersey #88
OG Chris Burnette – 6'2, 322 lbs, 5.18 40 Time, Jersey #68

UF:
OLB Ronald Powell – 6'4, 248 lbs, 4.59 40 Time, Jersey #7
CB Marcus Roberson – 6'0, 195 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey #5
CB Louchiez Purifoy – 6'0, 185 lbs, 4.47 40 Time, Jersey #15
CB Jaylen Watkins – 6'0, 188 lbs, 4.48 40 Time, Jersey #14

West Virginia @ TCU – 3:30 PM Eastern (ESPNU)

WVU:
RB Charles Sims – 6'0, 205 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersy #3

TCU:
CB Jason Verrett – 5'10, 182 lbs, 4.49 40 Time, Jersey # 2

Oklahoma State @ Texas Tech – 7:00 PM Eastern (FOX)

Ok State:
DT Calvin Barnett – 6'2, 300 lbs, 5.18 40 Time, Jersey #99
CB Justin Gilbert – 6'0, 195 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #4

TT:
TE Jace Amaro – 6'5, 257 lbs, 4.67 40 Time, Jersey #22

Pittsburgh @ Georgia Tech – 7:00 PM Eastern (ESPNU)

Pitt:
WR Devin Street – 6'3, 192 lbs, 4.57 40 Time, Jersey #15
DT Aaron Donald – 6'0, 275 lbs, 4.92 40 Time, Jersey #97

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

Colorado @ UCLA – 7:30 Eastern (FOX Sports 1)

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

UCLA:
QB Brett Hundley – 6'3, 238 lbs, 4.68 40 Time, Jersey #17
OG Xavier Su'a-Filo – 6'3, 305 lbs, 5.18 40 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

Miami(Fla.) @ Florida State – 8:00 PM Eastern (ABC)

Miami:
QB Stephen Morris – 6'2, 215 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey #17
OT Seantrel Henderson – 6'8, 345 lbs, 5.19 40 Time, Jersey #77
OLB Denzel Perryman – 6'0, 236 lbs, 4.65 40 Time, Jersey #52

Florida State:
RB James Wilder Jr. – 6'1, 226 lbs, 4.57 40 Time, Jersey #32
WR Rashad Greene – 6'0, 180 lbs, 4.49 40 Time, Jersey #80
C Bryan Stork – 6'4, 312 lbs, 4.79 40 Time, Jersey # 52
OT Cameron Erving – 6'5, 310 lbs, 5.26 40 Time, Jersey # 75
DT Timmy Jernigan – 6'2, 298 lbs, 4.99 40 Time, Jersey # 8
DT Demonte McAllister – 6'2, 290 lbs, 4.76 40 Time, Jersey # 97
OLB Christian Jones – 6'4, 232 lbs, 4.62 40 Time, Jersey # 7
OLB Telvin Smith – 6'2, 218 lbs, 4.60 40 Time, Jersey #22
FS Terrence Brooks – 5'11, 200 lbs, 4.53 40 Time, Jersey #31
SS Lamarcus Joyner – 5'8, 195 lbs, 4.52 40 Time, Jersey # 20

Boise State @ Colorado State – 8:00 PM Eastern (CBS Sports Network)

BSU:
OT Charles Leno – 6'4, 298 lbs, 5.21 40 Time, Jersey #78

CSU:
C Weston Richburg – 6'4, 298 lbs, 5.23 40 Time, Jersey #70
[ Edited by AB81Rules on Oct 30, 2013 at 8:26 AM ]
Great write-up. Can't wait for the Miami @ FSU game Saturday.
S Deone Buchanon looked bad out there, he was burned by the option play quite a bit

DT Sutton - Looked great out there, maybe his best game to date this year. He was double teamed all night and he was winning the battles, he doesn't show up on the stat sheet but he opened up a lot of pass rush. Durability will be an issue FYI, over the years he takes himself out for some snaps each game due to minor injuries. I think its partly to protect himself for the NFL draft next year, but should be noted.

LB Bradford - 1 sack, 3 QB hurries, 2 FF, looked good in coverage, ran for a 1st on fake punt. The best comparison I have for him is Clay Matthews, not that he will be as good as Clay, but the type of athlete he is. Every game he will show you something that makes your jaw drop with his athleticism, on one FF the QB had just finished taking 3 steps and Bradford stripped the ball, it was that fast.

LB Young - He looked pretty good out there, he should be invited to a post-season bowl or something to prove himself. I think he has a future as a late round pick or waiver pick up, probably start in the NFL as a special teamer or something. He was all over the field.

S Darby - 8 tackles, 3 broken up passes and a FF. Pretty solid game by him. Still see him as a late round pick at best though. Not the biggest fan of how he plays. I think he lacks the range/aggressiveness you want from a safety and I see him out of position too often. On Washington States first TD, dude was frozen like a statue..

RB Grice - Was his usual self. Making players miss consistently and picking up extra yards. Doesn't look fast but he outruns players, weirdest thing. He doesn't have breakaway speed but I think he has an NFL future, I've always thought a big thing for RBs is if they have the ability to make a player miss tackles in tight spaces then it translates to the NFL (rarely will an NFL RB have lots of space like they do in college) and that's Grice's best attribute.

WR Coyle - Had a case of the drops early in the year, and I don't think Kelly-Coyle chemistry has rebounded from that. Still looked good with his opportunities, dropped a TD catch but it was overthrown, he lunged at it and took a hit to the head so not going to blame him for that. Even without the hit to the head it was an almost impossible catch he pulled in. He is kind of a Delanie Walker type TE, really a hybrid TE/WR.
[ Edited by SunDevilNiner79 on Nov 1, 2013 at 10:13 AM ]
What? No mention of Fresno State?
Will Sutton is an animal.. and Marquise Lee is my draft crush... right along with Florida State's Joyner.
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Whatever the 9ers do, please do not draft Stephen Morris QB from Miami. When the game was only 24 points down this guy just didn't seem to care about the game anymore let alone a rival game.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Whatever the 9ers do, please do not draft Stephen Morris QB from Miami. When the game was only 24 points down this guy just didn't seem to care about the game anymore let alone a rival game.

I really think you're being too critical. He tried his hardest to keep his team in it. It was domination on every level, and I'm sure he was more than a little demoralized. The entire nation wrote Miami off so who cares if Morris accepted defeat.
[ Edited by eonblue on Nov 3, 2013 at 7:58 AM ]
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Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Whatever the 9ers do, please do not draft Stephen Morris QB from Miami. When the game was only 24 points down this guy just didn't seem to care about the game anymore let alone a rival game.

I really think you're being too critical. He tried his hardest to keep his team in it. It was domination on every level, and I'm sure he was more than a little demoralized. The entire nation wrote Miami off so who cares if Morris accepted defeat.

You didn't really see the game did you, or you would've seen him laughing and giggling on the sideline in the last 5 minutes of the game. If my team is down 20 points I don't wanna see my QB laughing and giggling on the sideline that shows no leadership whatsoever. This dude should've been cheering on his defense with his head into the game. I don't know about you but losing aint fun.
Originally posted by tohara3:
Great write-up. Can't wait for the Miami @ FSU game Saturday.

it was loud as f**k
Originally posted by Kolohe:
You didn't really see the game did you, or you would've seen him laughing and giggling on the sideline in the last 5 minutes of the game. If my team is down 20 points I don't wanna see my QB laughing and giggling on the sideline that shows no leadership whatsoever. This dude should've been cheering on his defense with his head into the game. I don't know about you but losing aint fun.

I've watched the full game twice. Maybe you wouldn't want your team having a good attitude despite a loss but personally I don't care. You can't subject your standards onto other people. It's funny how mention leadership like Morris wasn't coaching his Oline at the beginning of the 4th qtr. In fact keeping a positive attitude even though you're getting massacred is a sign of leadership.5 minutes or 5 hours they were 24 down and Miamis WRs couldn't hold onto the ball the whole entire game . Duke just broke his foot, People are looking to you to see how to deal with the hard 1st loss of the season. Morris was keeping it lighthearted, and uplifting his teammates after a hard loss.
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Originally posted by eonblue:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
You didn't really see the game did you, or you would've seen him laughing and giggling on the sideline in the last 5 minutes of the game. If my team is down 20 points I don't wanna see my QB laughing and giggling on the sideline that shows no leadership whatsoever. This dude should've been cheering on his defense with his head into the game. I don't know about you but losing aint fun.

I've watched the full game twice. Maybe you wouldn't want your team having a good attitude despite a loss but personally I don't care. You can't subject your standards onto other people. It's funny how mention leadership like Morris wasn't coaching his Oline at the beginning of the 4th qtr. In fact keeping a positive attitude even though you're getting massacred is a sign of leadership.5 minutes or 5 hours they were 24 down and Miamis WRs couldn't hold onto the ball the whole entire game . Duke just broke his foot, People are looking to you to see how to deal with the hard 1st loss of the season. Morris was keeping it lighthearted, and uplifting his teammates after a hard loss.

Spin it anyway you want, but when Ken Dorsey was the QB at the U, you didn't see him joking around in that national championship loss to Ohio St.. Dorsey was on his receivers and defense. That was true leadership, Morris is a horrible QB anyway aside from his attitude on the sideline, terrible decisions and plays with no sense of urgency. Seeing how you so-called watched the game twice, there was another reason why my opinion is what it is, tell me how was he playing in the last 3 minutes of the game?
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Spin it anyway you want, but when Ken Dorsey was the QB at the U, you didn't see him joking around in that national championship loss to Ohio St.. Dorsey was on his receivers and defense. That was true leadership, Morris is a horrible QB anyway aside from his attitude on the sideline, terrible decisions and plays with no sense of urgency. Seeing how you so-called watched the game twice, there was another reason why my opinion is what it is, tell me how was he playing in the last 3 minutes of the game?

All I recall is a dropped pass and underneath pass to the RB was the last play I believe. Idk man. If you don't like him that's fine. I don't agree but we're all entitled to our opinion and I understand where you're coming from I just think it's harsh considering the situation. I mean if he was running around.the sideline laughint while everyone else was crying I would see your point more clearly but I just didn't see thw big deal. They play Vtech next week and thats a very important game so will see if he steps it up.
The more I watch him, the more I REALLY hope we are able to draft Carlos Hyde from OSU next year to run behind Gore and eventually replace him. If you haven't watched many of OSU's games, he has been an absolute BEAST for them. Big back, good speed, great vision and cutting and he runs with an attitude and bad intentions. He also is coming from a system that is at least a little like our scheme, in that he is used to the zone read and running from the pistol/shotgun formation.

I know we have other pressing needs at WR and DL.....but in my opinion if this kid is still on the board, we should have the card turned in before the clock even starts. Opinions?
I would mind Hyde. bigger back, maybe he takes over for Dixon. 6'0, 235 lbs ish. Decent speed, I have him at 4.56 40 time.I have him as my 10th RB. And 135 overall.