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    help me out on this one
    QB: USC
    RB: Miami, PSU
    WR: LSU
    TE: Miami
    O-Line: Michigan
    D-Line: LSU
    LBers: Penn State
    DBs: Texas
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    Last edited by bulldog0123; 02-19-2008, 07:02 PM.

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    LSU: WR (GREAT blocking WRs like Bowe, Clayton, Doucet)
    USC: QB
    Notre Dame: QB (I really like Claussen and I still think Weis is a very good coach)
    Georgia: DT
    Miami: LB/DB
    South Carolina: WR/CB
    Michigan: OL (OL tradition but overrated I think)
    Tennessee: OL
    Auburn: RB/CB
    Maryland: ATH
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    • #3
      tOSU has had some good DB's: Plummer, Clements, Winfield (sp?), Jack Tatum
      Also WR: Boston, Galloway, Carter, Ginn Jr., Glenn
      Last edited by bills_red; 02-17-2008, 09:08 PM.

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      • #4
        Yeah that's true...but Ohio State usually has talent at every position I can't point out just one.
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        • #5
          Throw RB into Miami too.

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          • #6
            Don't agree with LSU being best for WRs but for sure O-line, D-line LB, and QB builldog... TE could be Miami too?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by bills_red View Post
              tOSU has had some good DB's: Plummer, Clements, Winfield (sp?), Jack Tatum
              Also WR: Boston, Galloway, Carter, Ginn Jr., Glenn
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              • #8
                QB: N/A, USC?
                RB: Miami hands down, Tennessee, Auburn
                WR: Miami, Ohio State, Florida State
                TE: Miami
                OL: Auburn, Boston College
                DL: Georgia, Tennessee, LSU
                LB: Penn State, Miami, Ohio State
                CB: Ohio State, Texas
                S: Miami, Oklahoma
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Adam Maciasz View Post
                  Don't agree with LSU being best for WRs but for sure O-line, D-line LB, and QB builldog... TE could be Miami too?
                  ?

                  Michael Clayton, Dwayne Bowe, Craig Davis, Early Doucet, Devery Henderson. Lots of very good prospects there lately.

                  More to come to in Tolliver, Byrd, and LaFell.
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                  Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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                  • #10
                    WHAT?!?! No love for Florida State? Man, those guys are a machine for pumping out stud DT's, LB's, and CB's (granted they have had a down year or two).

                    Also...what about PSU for a RB factory? (Kidding)
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