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Wallace and Coates on O, Casanova and Whitehead on D
Grant, Uzomah, Frost
Here are my predictions...
Ricardo Louis - His speed and athleticism on special teams this year were impressive. In Malzahn's high octane offense. I think he has a good chance to be a breakout player.
C. J. Uzomah - He seems to have good hands and the ability to make a play. He has a good chance to be breakout player and maybe even the next Lutzenkirchen.
Jay Prosch - A human bulldozer with hands, Prosch showed the ability to open up holes the size of Texas as well as catch the ball. He's a 2011 All American, so technically he's already had a breakout year, but Rhett and Gus will find ways to feed him the ball and turn him into a touchdown machine as well.
Cassanova McKinzey - He made some good plays last year and his physicality was a welcome addition to a woeful defense. I think he has the ability to be a breakout player and emerge as a defensive leader.
Joshua Holsey - Despite not joining the secondary until the 4th game in the year, Holsey eventually became a team leader in pass break ups. He seems to be a play maker, and I think he has a good chance to have a breakout year and solidify himself as defensive leader.
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Offense: Coates, Fulse, Robinson
Defense: McKinzy, Florence, Blackson
corey grant, cj uzomah
Trae Mason 1500 yard rusher.
It s about damn time are WR perform !!!!! TT might have been a good recruiter but our WR's the former staff brought in have been horrible. They don't get open, they drop balls, and they are weak at blocking down field. Give me 4 or 5 WR's like Darvin Adams and I'll be happy
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