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batman15
07-07-2010, 08:30 PM
http://nationalchamps.net/2010/sub/index.htm

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. Boise State
4. Florida
5. Texas
6. TCU
7. Oregon
8. Iowa
9. Nebraska
10. Wisconsin
11. Virginia Tech
12. Oklahoma
13. Southern California
14. Georgia Tech
15. Penn State
16. Miami FL
17. Oregon State
18. Arkansas
19. Louisiana State
20. Pittsburgh
21. Florida State
22. Cincinnati
23. North Carolina
24. Georgia
25. West Virginia

http://nationalchamps.net/2010/sub/all_americans/index.htm

All Americans
1st team

QB Kellen Moore - Jr. - Boise State
RB Mark Ingram - Jr. - Alabama
RB Dion Lewis - So. - Pittsburgh
WR James Rodgers - Sr. - Oregon State
WR A.J. Green - Jr. - Georgia
TE George Bryan - Jr. - North Carolina State
OL Jason Pinkston - Sr. - Pittsburgh
OL Rodney Hudson - Sr. - Florida State
OL Stefen Wisniewski - Sr. - Penn State
OL Mike Pouncey - Sr. - Florida
OL Gabe Carimi - Sr. - Wisconsin
K Kai Forbath - Sr. - UCLA
KR Chris Owusu - Jr. - Stanford

DL Von Miller - Sr. - Texas A&M
DL Jared Crick - Jr. - Nebraska
DL Allen Bailey - Sr. - Miami FL
DL Jeremy Beal - Sr. - Oklahoma
LB Lawrence Wilson - Sr. - Connecticut
LB Greg Jones - Sr. - Michigan State
LB Travis Lewis - Jr. - Oklahoma
DB Brandon Harris - Jr. - Miami FL
DB Rahim Moore - Jr. - UCLA
DB DeAndre McDaniel - Sr. - Clemson
DB Tyler Sash - Jr. - Iowa
P Drew Butler - Jr. - Georgia
PR Jeremy Kerley - Sr. - TCU

EDIT:

Mallett is 3rd team preseason All American. lulz.

Erik2806
07-07-2010, 08:33 PM
dion lewis is an absolute stud. my roommate this past year works out with him in the summer in albany. he was majorly under recruited and pitt was the only school of the major conferences to make him an offer. got to meet him a few times and hes a real humble and genuine guy

mtomjr14
07-07-2010, 08:33 PM
oregon too high

batman15
07-07-2010, 08:40 PM
dion lewis is an absolute stud. my roommate this past year works out with him in the summer in albany. he was majorly under recruited and pitt was the only school of the major conferences to make him an offer. got to meet him a few times and hes a real humble and genuine guy

lol he had a 2.5 GPA with a 990 on his SAT...I'm not sure he could get into any place else other than Tulane or Miami OH.

Erik2806
07-07-2010, 08:45 PM
lol he had a 2.5 GPA with a 990 on his SAT...I'm not sure he could get into any place else other than Tulane or Miami OH.

i was wrong..he had offers from syracuse and uconn too..just texted my roommate

AriGhold
07-07-2010, 08:45 PM
lol he had a 2.5 GPA with a 990 on his SAT...I'm not sure he could get into any place else other than Tulane or Miami OH.

how exactly does one qualify to get into an SEC school?? lulz you dumbfuk

MapleSyrup
07-07-2010, 08:47 PM
how exactly does one qualify to get into an SEC school?? lulz you dumbfuk

Good throwing arm

AriGhold
07-07-2010, 08:48 PM
Good throwing arm

grades i mean... and must you have a prior criminal record or is that just a bonus?

The_Source
07-07-2010, 09:52 PM
Fight On :(

batman15
07-07-2010, 09:58 PM
how exactly does one qualify to get into an SEC school?? lulz you dumbfuk

1. You can't be red.
2. We fully utilize JUCO's and Hargrave.
3. I know you have to have a 3.0 and/or a 19 on your ACT to even get through the registration process. If you don't have either of those they won't even look at you application.
4. You can't be red.

feardafronfz3
07-07-2010, 10:21 PM
eligibility standards for division 1. it is a sliding scale

http://www.patriotpride.org/football_images/scale.jpg

BrettT07
07-07-2010, 10:31 PM
Kellen Moore shouldn't be considered the #1 QB. Sure, he puts up great stats... but look who they're against.

Mallet is the #1 in my opinion. The stats he puts up against top notch defenses = :eek:

batman15
07-07-2010, 11:14 PM
eligibility standards for division 1. it is a sliding scale

http://www.patriotpride.org/football_images/scale.jpg

Confusing chart is confusing lol.

Can you explain it to me? (Srs. No hate. No jokes)

feardafronfz3
07-07-2010, 11:23 PM
Confusing chart is confusing lol.

Can you explain it to me? (Srs. No hate. No jokes)

for instance, if you have a 3.55+ GPA, you would only need a 440 SAT to qualify. if you had a 3.0, you would need a 620, etc

"The “sliding scale” has also been extended. It will now allow a higher core GPA to reduce the SAT component. A 2.5 core GPA will still require a 820 SAT score, a higher core GPA of 2.75 GPA would need a 720 SAT score, a 3.0 core GPA would only require a 620 SAT score and a 3.55 core GPA would require just a 400 SAT score. The NCAA states that their research indicates that core class grades were the best indicators of academic success during a student-athlete’s freshman year. The NCAA has also announced that they might also increase the overall number of required core classes to 15 or 16 in the near future."

SwagMorris
07-07-2010, 11:30 PM
SC too high, UNC too low, not a single UNC player on that all American first team defense. Robert Quinn=beast mode.

3rdand43
07-07-2010, 11:32 PM
No Patrick Peterson? lol

=T Bone=
07-07-2010, 11:58 PM
Lmfao @ Moore above Mallett/ponder/locker,ect..

Lmfao @ no Patrick Peterson

Lmfao @ no Dareus,Hightower,Barron,ect..

Lmfao @ this list.

bmy-
07-08-2010, 12:05 AM
Lmfao @ no Patrick Peterson

Lmfao @ no Dareus,Hightower,Barron,ect..

Lmfao @ this list.

this + the lack of UNC defensive guys.. :eek:

=T Bone=
07-08-2010, 12:20 AM
this + the lack of UNC defensive guys.. :eek:

Seriously. How many first round draft pics next year are they missing from this list?


And one thing that not only makes me mad, but it makes me twitch and ****ing want to break my computer screen is the love for this little phaggot moore. What kind of ****ing skills does he possess? Theres guys like Mallett,Ponder,Locker,Luck,ect.. Hell ****ing Kaepernick who has 10k total yards and 100 career td's and that little scrawny phaggot gets the top qb on this list?

fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

dmoneythegoat
07-08-2010, 12:31 AM
Lack of Patrick Peterson + lack of all the guys from UNC=list fail

Erik2806
07-08-2010, 12:45 AM
SC too high, UNC too low, not a single UNC player on that all American first team defense. Robert Quinn=beast mode.

this. lol @ a 225lb DE from army being picked over quinn. quinn was f*cking 2nd in ACC defensive player of the year voting..and this is what he gets?

thegenerel
07-08-2010, 04:33 AM
so wait...you only need a 2.0 GPA with a 1010 SAT to qualify?

what about a 1300, is that like 0.7 GPA?

charity4thepoor
07-08-2010, 04:52 AM
so wait...you only need a 2.0 GPA with a 1010 SAT to qualify?

what about a 1300, is that like 0.7 GPA?

brah if u have a 3.55 u dont even have to take the SAT just write your name. you start off with 200 points from each section. these standards are mind boggling

PatrickBateman1
07-08-2010, 05:06 AM
Overall, the rankings weren't awful, but there were a few really bad picks... and I agree w/ T Bone on most of them.


Lmfao @ Moore above Mallett/ponder/locker,ect..

Lmfao @ no Patrick Peterson

Lmfao @ no Dareus,Hightower,Barron,ect..

Lmfao @ this list.

How are Mallet and Dareus not 1st team? Hightower was hurt so I guess there could still be some questions there, but still, I think it's pretty obvious who a lot of the best players coming into the year are.

PatrickBateman1
07-08-2010, 05:09 AM
btw, when you've got skills, it doesn't matter what your test scores are. I went to school with the #1 (between #1-3 in every ranking at least) recruit in the country and he was completely retarded. He got like a 13 on the ACT and he still got recruited to ND/Michigan/etc. He could have gone anywhere.

He went to Mich and was supposed to start ahead of Chris Perry but he's a freaking bum and got caught being a pot-head twice so he got kicked off... lol... but that's another story.

ryan36_1
07-08-2010, 05:26 AM
Wisniewski hasn't even played center. I know it's splitting hairs, but if you are going to pick 2 Ts 2 Gs and a C, pick players that have played the position before. The only reason I say this is because, as a homer, I think Michael Brewster should be first team. (Edit: Brewster not even on list as honorable mention, brb disregarding list.) Also Cam Heyward could have cracked first team, but the four DL they picked are all very talented. (Edit: Cam is more talented than the entire second team as a DE or DT.)

Ross Homan too high, switch him for JT Thomas from WVU or another LB.

/homer talk

Gator1010
07-08-2010, 05:51 AM
ohio st
boise st
florida


are all too high on this list.

srs gator brah is srs

ryan36_1
07-08-2010, 05:56 AM
ohio st
boise st
florida


are all too high on this list.

srs gator brah is srs

No problems with Oregon at 7?

OSU will be favorites in every game
Boise St. isn't losing, but the ranking is just PR BS though, 0% chance they play for a MNC.
FL is better than any of the teams 5-15. They may lose a couple games because of their schedule, but I can't justify putting anyone else ahead of them ATM. Edit: maybe flip-flop them and TX, but that would be offset by dropping Boise.

mchoodie
07-08-2010, 06:24 AM
lol he had a 2.5 GPA with a 990 on his SAT...I'm not sure he could get into any place else other than Tulane or Miami OH.

So wait you're saying he his academics were good enough to get into the likes of Pitt and Miami OH, but no where else?

batman15
07-08-2010, 09:59 AM
for instance, if you have a 3.55+ GPA, you would only need a 440 SAT to qualify. if you had a 3.0, you would need a 620, etc

"The “sliding scale” has also been extended. It will now allow a higher core GPA to reduce the SAT component. A 2.5 core GPA will still require a 820 SAT score, a higher core GPA of 2.75 GPA would need a 720 SAT score, a 3.0 core GPA would only require a 620 SAT score and a 3.55 core GPA would require just a 400 SAT score. The NCAA states that their research indicates that core class grades were the best indicators of academic success during a student-athlete’s freshman year. The NCAA has also announced that they might also increase the overall number of required core classes to 15 or 16 in the near future."

On spread.

Smurrf
07-08-2010, 10:26 AM
Oklahoma should be higher, UF lower

209vaughn
07-08-2010, 10:37 AM
USC should be lower.

UNC should be higher.

feardafronfz3
07-08-2010, 11:23 AM
btw, when you've got skills, it doesn't matter what your test scores are. I went to school with the #1 (between #1-3 in every ranking at least) recruit in the country and he was completely retarded. He got like a 13 on the ACT and he still got recruited to ND/Michigan/etc. He could have gone anywhere.

He went to Mich and was supposed to start ahead of Chris Perry but he's a freaking bum and got caught being a pot-head twice so he got kicked off... lol... but that's another story.

You went to school with Kelly Baraka? God damn, what could have been....

Calhexas
07-08-2010, 01:43 PM
No Dareus?

I demand an explanation for this phaggotry

DRob27
07-08-2010, 02:13 PM
Wisniewski hasn't even played center. I know it's splitting hairs, but if you are going to pick 2 Ts 2 Gs and a C, pick players that have played the position before. The only reason I say this is because, as a homer, I think Michael Brewster should be first team. (Edit: Brewster not even on list as honorable mention, brb disregarding list.) Also Cam Heyward could have cracked first team, but the four DL they picked are all very talented. (Edit: Cam is more talented than the entire second team as a DE or DT.)

Ross Homan too high, switch him for JT Thomas from WVU or another LB.

/homer talk

Wisniewski played the entire 2009 season at center... might play it this year too if our other center blows. Plus he's the #1 rated center in the draft by everybody so...

Tes45
07-08-2010, 02:33 PM
eligibility standards for division 1. it is a sliding scale

http://www.patriotpride.org/football_images/scale.jpg

Lol at chart not having a single valid ACT score on it.

ryan36_1
07-08-2010, 03:31 PM
Wisniewski played the entire 2009 season at center... might play it this year too if our other center blows. Plus he's the #1 rated center in the draft by everybody so...

I knew this. Wasn't thinking straight and was thinking about 08. Is he ranked higher than O Dowd? j/w because most mock drafts are based on name recognition IMHO.

Calhexas
07-08-2010, 03:45 PM
Seriously though, how does a player that led last year's national champions in sacks and earned defensive MVP in the BCS NC game not even make it to the honorable mentions?

dirtdickens
07-08-2010, 03:52 PM
Miami Ohio is a good school.

No Michael Floyd? Kyle Rudolph?

No Pryor?

ryan36_1
07-08-2010, 04:07 PM
Miami Ohio is a good school.

No Michael Floyd? Kyle Rudolph?

No Pryor?

Pryor is Honorable Mention which is right where he belongs IMO

feardafronfz3
07-08-2010, 04:17 PM
Lol at chart not having a single valid ACT score on it.

*facepalm*
its the sum of the 4 sections