Part 1

Lennon Creer: Mr. Creer will be a senior for Louisianan Tech university. He ran for over 1,181 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior. With a weak schedule that doesn’t include Boise State I expect Creer to run for over 1,500 yards and about 15 touchdowns.
Sun Belt:
Jonathan Massaquoi: Mr. Massaquoi will be a sophomore at Troy and has the potential to be one of the best defense ends in the country. As a freshman he recorded 13.5 sacks and over 70 tackles, and was named to the freshman all American team. With that much success as a freshman I expect big things this year from the defense end from Troy.
Eric Page: Mr. Page will be a junior for Toledo University, and is one of the best athletes in the MAC conference. His sophomore year he recorded 1,105 receiving yards with 8 touchdowns, he also returned 3 kickoffs for touchdowns. I expect his receiving numbers to go up and his kick return numbers to drop because people will be afraid to kick to him.
Michael Floyd: Mr. Floyd will be a senior for the Notre Dame university, and one of the best wide receiver in the country. He recorded 1,025 yards and 12 touch downs as a junior, and was projected to be one of the best receiver if he enter the draft. Since Notre Dame runs the spread I would expect Dayne Crist to look for him on almost every play.
Case Keenum: Mr. Keenum will be a 5th year senior for the Houston Cougars. He was set to be a first round draft pick last year before blowing out his knee in the 3rd game of the season. For his career he has thrown for 13,586 yards and over 100 touchdowns. Case will be one of the top if not the best player in college football this year.
Kellen Moore: Mr. Moore will be a senior for Boise State Broncos. If he wins like 6 games this year he will become the most winning quarter back in college football history. The transition to the MWC could possibly lead to down numbers but he is a winner I expect him to have great numbers.
Big East:
Isaiha Pead: Mr. Pead will be a senior for the Cincinnati Bearcats. He ran for 1.029 yards and 6 touchdowns and in his freshman and junior year he ran for over 100 yards on the Oklahoma defense. With the suspect play of the big east expect Pead to run all over teams this year.
Pac 12:
Andrew Luck: Mr. Luck will be a senior for the Stanford Cardinals. He is one of the most easiest picks this year, because he was suppose to be the number 1 overall pick last year till he stayed in college. With the addition of two more average teams to the pac 10 I expect Luck to have another spectacular year
Bradon Jenkins: Mr. Jenkins will be a junior for Florida State University. He recorded 13.5 sacks last year and over 50 tackles. I expect for him to make a difference on the defensive side of the ball and maybe one of the top draft picks next year.
Big 12:
Ryan Broyles & Justin Blackmon: Both receivers will be seniors and Broyles plays for Oklahoma University, and Blackmon plays for Oklahoma State University. Both carried the teams last year with 1st time starting qb's. I expect above and beyond for both players who will surely be drafted in the first round this year.
Alshon jeffery: Mr. Jeffery will be a junior and attending South Carolina Gamecocks. He is the reason why Marcus Lattamore was such a great player last year, because mostly teams were highlighting him and not Lattamore. I expect big numbers out of this junior and be one of the first taken in the NFL draft.
Big 10:
Jared Crick: Mr. Crick will be a senior and attending Nebraska University. When he was a sophomore Suh said that Crick would be better then him his senior year, well we sure are going to find out. Crick is moving to a conference were he can be a difference maker in the running game wonder how he will adapt to the situation.


  1. Really wonder how Keenum will do this year with all of that experience. Looks like it will be a good season!

  2. I reckon Keenum will do well :/