Fun Discussion: 2019 Two-Deep Depth Chart

Raiderbeater1Raiderbeater1 Posts: 1,008 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

K - Rod
P - Camarda

Comments

  • DGDinNYCDGDinNYC Posts: 203 ✭✭✭ Junior

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    This is fun.

    Top to bottom we're the most talented team in America next year. Gotta put it all together

    Would love to hear your thoughts on Simmons over Robertson. Not only do i think Robertson starts but I think he's ready for an All SEC Year. He has the pedigree and has already produced at a high level in the power 5.

    I don't see how Salyer isn't stating a year and a half into the system. Too much talent there.

    I'd swap Condon and Truss. I think Xavier is headed for a red shirt much like Isiah did. Plus on Before the Hedges today BA pointed out how much Condon playes last year which i wasn't aware of.

    Interesting choice putting Rice behind Tindall. I think Monty has that spot locked up.

    I also see you've added Nick Cross. Love that.

    Sorry to say it but Grant is gonna fall out of the rotation. He might have been the least impactful player on the defense last year. Also see Wyatt jumping Rochester. Julian has had his shot and plays hard but delvers minimal impact.

  • texdawgtexdawg Posts: 569 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Great discussion. And I think you are probably really close. But you need to add a position.

    You only have one safety in the line up. Who is your strong safety? This is an every down player.

    The star is not technically a starter - but in reality they really are. The star is the nickel back.When the star is in there are 5 DBs and no SAM backer.

    Who would be your dime (money)? In other words, who do we think the 6 DBs will be when they are in dime? I'm thinking Campbell, Stokes, Webb, Wilson, Reed and RLC.

  • WCDawgWCDawg Posts: 11,127 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    QB - Fromm/Bennett

  • texdawgtexdawg Posts: 569 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    I'm usually against a rotation on the o-line. Usually think of the o-line as one unit (almost one player).

    However, I could actually see Georgia rotating O lineman this year - not just mop up duty. The center won't rotate and the tackles probably won't - but I could actually see 4 guards playing alot of snaps. Too much talent to keep on the bench.

  • VaBeachDawgVaBeachDawg Posts: 1,247 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
    edited January 10

    @DGDinNYC said:

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    This is fun.

    Top to bottom we're the most talented team in America next year. Gotta put it all together

    Would love to hear your thoughts on Simmons over Robertson. Not only do i think Robertson starts but I think he's ready for an All SEC Year. He has the pedigree and has already produced at a high level in the power 5.

    I don't see how Salyer isn't stating a year and a half into the system. Too much talent there.

    I'd swap Condon and Truss. I think Xavier is headed for a red shirt much like Isiah did. Plus on Before the Hedges today BA pointed out how much Condon playes last year which i wasn't aware of.

    Interesting choice putting Rice behind Tindall. I think Monty has that spot locked up.

    I also see you've added Nick Cross. Love that.

    Sorry to say it but Grant is gonna fall out of the rotation. He might have been the least impactful player on the defense last year. Also see Wyatt jumping Rochester. Julian has had his shot and plays hard but delvers minimal impact.

    Agree, Rice is the closest think to a lock at ILB ahead of both Crowder and Tendell. I think Rice and tendell start week 1. OLB is the most interesting because it’s where we are the deepest and I have two observations there. 1) I think Azeez pushes hard for a starting spot. He was recovering from a knee injury in the summer/early in the season but worked his way back to playing most of the sugar bowl. That’s quite an improvement for one season. 2) you have to grade grant on a curve because he did disappoint but I’m pretty sure he was fighting a foot injury most of the season. If he gets healthy I think he is back in the conversation.

    Is Jermaine Johnson projected as a DE? I thought he was going to play OLB/edge and not a down linemen. For week 1 I would go with a healthy David marshell there.

  • WCDawgWCDawg Posts: 11,127 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @texdawg said:
    I'm usually against a rotation on the o-line. Usually think of the o-line as one unit (almost one player).

    However, I could actually see Georgia rotating O lineman this year - not just mop up duty. The center won't rotate and the tackles probably won't - but I could actually see 4 guards playing alot of snaps. Too much talent to keep on the bench.

    We'll spell starters, but we always do to some extent.

  • DCochranDCochran Posts: 88 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Cook will be the #2 RB IMO. Gonna be hard to keep Mays off the field too. Otis Reese is gonna start...somewhere....wait and see.
    As far as incoming guys, Johnson will log some playing time, maybe push for a starting gig. I can see David Marshall getting in the discussion if he gets healthy.

  • donmdonm Posts: 7,864 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    THAT is a talented group of cats.

  • SquillDawgSquillDawg Posts: 67 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Fun topic.

    My opinion differs in a few spots.

    At QB, I think Stetson will be the primary backup.

    At RB, I think Cook will be higher in the rotation.

    I see Tongue as a TE.

    No way Cleveland starts over Mays. I got the feeling Cleveland was healthy enough by the end of the season, but Cade is better. I can also see Salyer beating out Kindley.

    The DL is such a rotation that I'm not sure it matters who starts.

    Rice will start, but he's not a three down LB, so you can shuffle all the LBs based on the situation.

    Not sure how the secondary will play out, but I know they didn't bring in Daniel to be third string. He will play somewhere and get a lot of snaps.

    When does spring practice start? I'm fired up now!

  • MeR3htidMeR3htid Posts: 1,419 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    If Bennett is still our #2 by Florida week I'm gonna b some kind of nervous, but I do agree that he enters Spring and maybe Fall camp as #2 but no way either Mathis or Plumlee or both don't pass him by by midseason.

  • TNDawg71TNDawg71 Posts: 572 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    @WCDawg said:
    QB - Fromm/Bennett

    I agree to at least start the season. Mathis will be the heir apparent, but if we had to turn the game over to someone it will be Bennett.

  • texdawgtexdawg Posts: 569 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    Defense is a little tougher to predict because of the different packages. For fun - what are the predictions for the starters on the three most basic defenses:

    3- 4 base:

    NT
    DT
    DE
    Will
    Mike - typically a three down backer
    Sam -- leaves during nickle (star)
    Jack - best pass rusher
    CB
    CB
    SS
    FS

    Nickke defense (Star) - probably used more than base because of facing so much 11 personnel. Could stay in 3-4 or go to 4-3. They use both. SAM leaves the field.

    Who is the Star?

    Dime defense (Money) - probably played in a 4-3.

    DT-
    DT-
    DE-
    DE -
    Mike -
    CB -
    CB -
    FS -
    SS -
    Star -
    Money -

    Not trying to over complicate things but a lot of defensive players will be considered "starters"

  • RobbieRob14RobbieRob14 Posts: 140 ✭✭✭ Junior

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    This is scary. I started looking at the 2s and 3s (especially on the OL and in the back 8) and thought "that guy should start", but other than maybe Salyer/Mays over Kindley and Rice over Crowder/Tindall, I was wrong. We have backups at at least a dozen positions who would start for the rest of the SEC East. Even have some 3s who would start for most of them. We will definitely have Top 4 talent next year. Just have to win the games.

  • MeR3htidMeR3htid Posts: 1,419 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    It better b Bennett but the 14 interceptions he threw in JC is concerning on any level of Football. Coach Coley may have to coach some of that "Hero Ball" out of him and let him know that we just need him to b a calm, efficient leader like Jake as those other 2 pups and the Downing kid aren't near about ready.

  • VALDOSTADAWGVALDOSTADAWG Posts: 868 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Cook is going to surprise alot of people this year. I believe he'll have a season similar to Swift's freshman year.

  • Acrum21Acrum21 Posts: 1,122 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @texdawg
    Defense is a little tougher to predict because of the different packages. For fun - what are the predictions for the starters on the three most basic defenses:

    3- 4 base:

    NT-Davis, Rochester
    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DE-Herring, Marshall/Walker
    Will-Rice, Tindall
    Mike - Crowder, Walker
    Sam -- Cox, Beal
    Jack - Johnson, Anderson, Ojulari
    CB- Campbell
    CB-Stokes
    SS-Reed
    FS-LeCounte

    Nickke defense (Star) - probably used more than base because of facing so much 11 personnel. Could stay in 3-4 or go to 4-3. They use both. SAM leaves the field.

    Who is the Star?

    Dime defense (Money) - probably played in a 4-3.

    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DT- Herring, Johnson
    DE- Cox, Smith
    DE - Anderson, Ojulari
    Mike - Tindall
    CB - Campbell
    CB - Stokes
    FS - LeCounte
    SS - Reed
    Star - Wilson
    Money - Webb

    Not trying to over complicate things but a lot of defensive players will be considered "starters"

  • texdawgtexdawg Posts: 569 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @Acrum21 said:

    @texdawg
    Defense is a little tougher to predict because of the different packages. For fun - what are the predictions for the starters on the three most basic defenses:

    3- 4 base:

    NT-Davis, Rochester
    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DE-Herring, Marshall/Walker
    Will-Rice, Tindall
    Mike - Crowder, Walker
    Sam -- Cox, Beal
    Jack - Johnson, Anderson, Ojulari
    CB- Campbell
    CB-Stokes
    SS-Reed
    FS-LeCounte

    Nickke defense (Star) - probably used more than base because of facing so much 11 personnel. Could stay in 3-4 or go to 4-3. They use both. SAM leaves the field.

    Who is the Star?

    Dime defense (Money) - probably played in a 4-3.

    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DT- Herring, Johnson
    DE- Cox, Smith
    DE - Anderson, Ojulari
    Mike - Tindall
    CB - Campbell
    CB - Stokes
    FS - LeCounte
    SS - Reed
    Star - Wilson
    Money - Webb

    Not trying to over complicate things but a lot of defensive players will be considered "starters"

    That looks good. Fun to try to figure that out.

  • Acrum21Acrum21 Posts: 1,122 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @texdawg said:

    @Acrum21 said:

    @texdawg
    Defense is a little tougher to predict because of the different packages. For fun - what are the predictions for the starters on the three most basic defenses:

    3- 4 base:

    NT-Davis, Rochester
    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DE-Herring, Marshall/Walker
    Will-Rice, Tindall
    Mike - Crowder, Walker
    Sam -- Cox, Beal
    Jack - Johnson, Anderson, Ojulari
    CB- Campbell
    CB-Stokes
    SS-Reed
    FS-LeCounte

    Nickke defense (Star) - probably used more than base because of facing so much 11 personnel. Could stay in 3-4 or go to 4-3. They use both. SAM leaves the field.

    Who is the Star?

    Dime defense (Money) - probably played in a 4-3.

    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DT- Herring, Johnson
    DE- Cox, Smith
    DE - Anderson, Ojulari
    Mike - Tindall
    CB - Campbell
    CB - Stokes
    FS - LeCounte
    SS - Reed
    Star - Wilson
    Money - Webb

    Not trying to over complicate things but a lot of defensive players will be considered "starters"

    That looks good. Fun to try to figure that out.

    Yeah I mean until we get some spring practice updates we are all speculating. I'm really watching how all our linebackers shake out and who emerges at WR.

  • texdawgtexdawg Posts: 569 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @Acrum21 said:

    @texdawg said:

    @Acrum21 said:

    @texdawg
    Defense is a little tougher to predict because of the different packages. For fun - what are the predictions for the starters on the three most basic defenses:

    3- 4 base:

    NT-Davis, Rochester
    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DE-Herring, Marshall/Walker
    Will-Rice, Tindall
    Mike - Crowder, Walker
    Sam -- Cox, Beal
    Jack - Johnson, Anderson, Ojulari
    CB- Campbell
    CB-Stokes
    SS-Reed
    FS-LeCounte

    Nickke defense (Star) - probably used more than base because of facing so much 11 personnel. Could stay in 3-4 or go to 4-3. They use both. SAM leaves the field.

    Who is the Star?

    Dime defense (Money) - probably played in a 4-3.

    DT- Clark, Wyatt
    DT- Herring, Johnson
    DE- Cox, Smith
    DE - Anderson, Ojulari
    Mike - Tindall
    CB - Campbell
    CB - Stokes
    FS - LeCounte
    SS - Reed
    Star - Wilson
    Money - Webb

    Not trying to over complicate things but a lot of defensive players will be considered "starters"

    That looks good. Fun to try to figure that out.

    Yeah I mean until we get some spring practice updates we are all speculating. I'm really watching how all our linebackers shake out and who emerges at WR.

    I think WR will be the most competitive battle and LB will be right there as well

  • AnotherDawgAnotherDawg Posts: 874 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Nice work. I can't remember a Georgia team with such a fine line separating guys, not just 2-deep but in some cases 3.

    I agree with others that Salyer will be hard to keep out of the starting lineup. I'm also very conflicted at this point regarding LeCounte. I know he's gifted and he was our leading tackler, but it was painful watching him look like a pinball in the Texas game.

  • DawgLifeDawgLife Posts: 8 ✭ Freshman

    @VaBeachDawg said:

    @DGDinNYC said:

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    This is fun.

    Top to bottom we're the most talented team in America next year. Gotta put it all together

    Would love to hear your thoughts on Simmons over Robertson. Not only do i think Robertson starts but I think he's ready for an All SEC Year. He has the pedigree and has already produced at a high level in the power 5.

    I don't see how Salyer isn't stating a year and a half into the system. Too much talent there.

    I'd swap Condon and Truss. I think Xavier is headed for a red shirt much like Isiah did. Plus on Before the Hedges today BA pointed out how much Condon playes last year which i wasn't aware of.

    Interesting choice putting Rice behind Tindall. I think Monty has that spot locked up.

    I also see you've added Nick Cross. Love that.

    Sorry to say it but Grant is gonna fall out of the rotation. He might have been the least impactful player on the defense last year. Also see Wyatt jumping Rochester. Julian has had his shot and plays hard but delvers minimal impact.

    Agree, Rice is the closest think to a lock at ILB ahead of both Crowder and Tendell. I think Rice and tendell start week 1. OLB is the most interesting because it’s where we are the deepest and I have two observations there. 1) I think Azeez pushes hard for a starting spot. He was recovering from a knee injury in the summer/early in the season but worked his way back to playing most of the sugar bowl. That’s quite an improvement for one season. 2) you have to grade grant on a curve because he did disappoint but I’m pretty sure he was fighting a foot injury most of the season. If he gets healthy I think he is back in the conversation.

    Is Jermaine Johnson projected as a DE? I thought he was going to play OLB/edge and not a down linemen. For week 1 I would go with a healthy David marshell there.

    @VaBeachDawg said:

    @DGDinNYC said:

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/Plumlee
    RB - Swift/Herrien/White/Cook
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Salyer/Shaffer
    C - Hill/Ericsson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Webb/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Truss/Condon

    DE - Johnson/Marshall/Logue/Norton
    DT - Herring/Clark/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Beal/Ojulari
    Mike - Crowder/Rice/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    This is fun.

    Top to bottom we're the most talented team in America next year. Gotta put it all together

    Would love to hear your thoughts on Simmons over Robertson. Not only do i think Robertson starts but I think he's ready for an All SEC Year. He has the pedigree and has already produced at a high level in the power 5.

    I don't see how Salyer isn't stating a year and a half into the system. Too much talent there.

    I'd swap Condon and Truss. I think Xavier is headed for a red shirt much like Isiah did. Plus on Before the Hedges today BA pointed out how much Condon playes last year which i wasn't aware of.

    Interesting choice putting Rice behind Tindall. I think Monty has that spot locked up.

    I also see you've added Nick Cross. Love that.

    Sorry to say it but Grant is gonna fall out of the rotation. He might have been the least impactful player on the defense last year. Also see Wyatt jumping Rochester. Julian has had his shot and plays hard but delvers minimal impact.

    Agree, Rice is the closest think to a lock at ILB ahead of both Crowder and Tendell. I think Rice and tendell start week 1. OLB is the most interesting because it’s where we are the deepest and I have two observations there. 1) I think Azeez pushes hard for a starting spot. He was recovering from a knee injury in the summer/early in the season but worked his way back to playing most of the sugar bowl. That’s quite an improvement for one season. 2) you have to grade grant on a curve because he did disappoint but I’m pretty sure he was fighting a foot injury most of the season. If he gets healthy I think he is back in the conversation.

    Is Jermaine Johnson projected as a DE? I thought he was going to play OLB/edge and not a down linemen. For week 1 I would go with a healthy David marshell there.

    I love your confidence in grant. He's from my home town so I'm rooting for him

  • LongGoneDawgLongGoneDawg Posts: 61 ✭✭ Sophomore

    Nice...I was looking for something like this the other day, thanks.

  • LongGoneDawgLongGoneDawg Posts: 61 ✭✭ Sophomore

    At first glance...I'm gonna say Reese beats out LeCounte.

  • Casanova_FlatulenceCasanova_Flatulence Posts: 839 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @Raiderbeater1 said:
    Was bored and wanted to make a projected 2 deep chart for 2019. For kicks I may go even deeper if main backups arent clear. I’m also assuming a couple of signees.

    QB - Fromm/Mathis/?
    RB - Swift/Herrien/Cook/White/Kenny Mac
    TE - Woerner/Fitzpatrick/Goede
    WR - Holloman/Landers/Bush
    WR - Simmons/Robertson/Blount/Tongue
    Slot - Jackson/Blaylock/Cook
    LT - Thomas/Mays/McClendon
    LG - Kindley/Hill/Shaffer
    C - Salyer/Hill/Ericson/Webb
    RG - Cleveland/Salyer/Shaffer
    RT - Wilson/Mays/Condon/Truss

    DE - Marshall/Johnson/Norton/Logue
    DT - Clark/Herring/Walker/Walthour
    NG - Davis/Rochester/Wyatt/Mitchell
    Sam - Anderson/Grant/Smith
    Jack - Cox/Ojulari/Beal
    Mike - Rice/Crowder/Dean
    Will - Tindall/Walker/Marshall
    Star - LeCounte/Reese/McGhee
    FS - Reed/Cine/Cross
    CB - Stokes/Webb/Daniel/Elam
    CB - Campbell/Wilson/Stevenson/Elam

    K - Rod
    P - Camarda

    I think your list is a good start. See my modifications.

    FWIW, I would not pencil in Plumlee. He's taking an OV to Miss St. this weekend. I don't have a good feeling about that situation.

  • WCDawgWCDawg Posts: 11,127 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @TNDawg71 said:

    @WCDawg said:
    QB - Fromm/Bennett

    I agree to at least start the season. Mathis will be the heir apparent, but if we had to turn the game over to someone it will be Bennett.

    IF we sign PLumlee, and it seems like a big if, I think he has a very good chance of winning a fair competition to start after Fromm leaves. If Jake leaves after next season, Bennett might be best prepared to start in 2020.

  • donmdonm Posts: 7,864 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    @WCDawg said:

    @TNDawg71 said:

    @WCDawg said:
    QB - Fromm/Bennett

    I agree to at least start the season. Mathis will be the heir apparent, but if we had to turn the game over to someone it will be Bennett.

    IF we sign PLumlee, and it seems like a big if, I think he has a very good chance of winning a fair competition to start after Fromm leaves. If Jake leaves after next season, Bennett might be best prepared to start in 2020.

    Are we still "stuck" on the blue shirt offer to Plumlee. It looks like we have some slots open. Might we not make a traditional offer to him? I, too, would hate to lose him.

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