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Rivals Freshman AA Team

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by AmeriBuck007, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. AmeriBuck007

    AmeriBuck007 Honey, Frank the Tank is not coming back

    http://ohiostate.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=360349 Not Premium

    Ginn 1st Team PR...no surprise

    the only names that we were really in on of these guys are.....Jarrett USC Anthony Reddick Miami, Ernie Wheelwright Minnesota, and I remember the name Connor Barth, the guy who kicked the game winner against Miami, but I dont remember if we were recruiting him very heavily




    Edit: Accidently left a nine of the url, thanks for postin it sears
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2004
  2. ScarletNGry

    ScarletNGry Moderator Staff Member

    you must have posted the wrong link. That links takes you to a premium tidbit about some LB who is down to 2 different schools.
     
  3. sears3820

    sears3820 Sitting around in my underwear.... Staff Member

    <TABLE cellSpacing=2 cellPadding=2 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR bgColor=#303868><TD align=middle colSpan=5>[font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Rivals.com 2004 Freshman All-America First Team [/font]</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=2>Offense</TD><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=2>Defense</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>QB: Chad Henne
    6-2, 217, Michigan (Tr.)
    Henne won the job in camp and then played like a veteran, throwing for 2,516 yards and 21 scores for the Big Ten champs. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DE: Wallace Gilberry
    6-2, 251, Alabama (RS)
    Unblockable at times, Wallace had 24 tackles -- 12 for losses -- and 6.5 sacks, while also forcing and recovering two fumbles. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>RB: Adrian Peterson
    6-2, 210, Oklahoma (Tr.)
    Arguably the most celebrated newcomer in college football since Herschel Walker, Peterson has piled up 1,671 yards and 12 TDs.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DE: Quentin Groves
    6-3, 243, Auburn (RS)
    A devastating pass rusher, Groves has racked up 22 tackles, including 10 for losses, and 7.5 sacks for the unbeaten Tigers. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>RB: Michael Hart
    5-9, 194, Michigan (Tr.)
    High school football's all-time leader in TDs, Hart made an easy transition to the college game with 1,372 yards and nine scores.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DT: Joseph Bryant
    6-4, 316, Texas A&M (RS)
    Size and strength made him tough to move and strong against the run. Bryant recorded 33 tackles, including 3.5 for losses.</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>WR: Dwayne Jarrett
    6-4, 195, USC (Tr.)
    With 45 catches for 694 yards and 12 touchdowns, the silky smooth Jarrett is helping Trojans fans forget about Mike Williams. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DT: Tony Jenkins
    6-3, 293, Syracuse (RS)
    A force in the middle of the line for the Orange, Jenkins recorded 43 tackles and added a blocked kick and a fumble recovery. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>WR: Calvin Johnson
    6-4, 225, Ga. Tech (Tr.)
    Big, strong, fast and blessed with great hands, Johnson has 46 catches, a Tech freshman record, for 776 yards and six TDs.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Brian Toal
    6-1, 223, Boston Coll. (Tr.)
    Moved into the starting lineup midway through the season and finished as the Eagles' second-leading tackler with 70 stops. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>TE: Zach Miller
    6-4, 250, Arizona State (Tr.)
    With 51 catches for 524 yards and six touchdowns, Miller's numbers were as good as any tight end in the nation, regardless of class.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Dan Connor
    6-3, 218, Penn State (Tr.)
    Came on late in the year for a good Nittany Lions defense and finished with 85 tackles, including 4.5 for losses, and a sack. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OT: Sam Baker
    6-5, 290, USC (RS)
    Baker has started every game for the top-ranked Trojans and is equally good as a run blocker or when protecting QB Matt Leinart.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Brandon Siler
    6-2, 230, Florida (Tr.)
    Got better and better as the season progressed, finishing with 67 tackles, including 10 for losses, and two sacks. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OT: Jake Long
    6-7, 335, Michigan (RS)
    A starter all season, his run blocking and pass protection were major reasons why teammates Henne and Hart made this team.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>S: Ko Simpson
    6-2, 180, S. Carolina (Tr.)
    A major factor in his first year in Columbia with 61 tackles, six picks, three fumble recoveries and two defensive touchdowns. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OG: Charlston Gray
    6-3, 300, North Carolina (RS)
    Started the final eight games for the ACC's second-best offense and allowed just one sack in more than 500 snaps.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>S: Anthony Reddick
    6-0, 188, Miami (Tr.)
    Has emerged as one of the Canes' best tacklers, recording 52 stops in nine game. Also has a blocked punt and an interception. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OG: Martin O'Donnell
    6-5, 290, Illinois (RS)
    Had an oustanding rookie year, grading out at better than 90 percent and registering more than 60 knockdowns.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>CB: Antoine Cason
    6-1, 180, Arizona (Tr.)
    Cason was a force for the Wildcats, recording 70 tackles, six pass break-ups, four interceptions and three forced fumbles. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>C: Chris Yoder
    6-3, 292, Texas A&M (RS)
    Started every game for the Aggies and averaged 10 knockdowns per game, including a career high of 18 against Clemson.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>CB: Roshaun Fellows
    6-0, 185, Tennessee (RS)
    Fellows, who has great cover skills, has team highs of three interceptions and 10 pass break-ups, as well as 34 tackles. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=4>Special Teams</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>P: Chris MacDonald
    6-4, 214, Arizona St. (RS)
    A weapon on special teams for the Sun Devils, MacDonald averaged 43.1 yards per kick and had 15 punts downed inside the 20. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>K: Travis Bell
    6-0, 205, Georgia Tech (RS)
    Missed his first field goal of the year before closing with 15 makes in a row, including a long of 47. Also made all 24 of his PATs. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>PR: Ted Ginn Jr.
    6-0, 170, Ohio State (Tr.)
    An electrifying athlete with world-class speed, Ginn averaged 26.9 yards per punt return and brought four back for touchdowns. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>KR: Prentiss Elliott
    6-0, 175, Okla. State (Tr.)
    Dangerous on special teams and offense, Elliott averaged 28 yards per kickoff return and scored five touchdowns in other ways. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>Utility: Michael Bumpus
    5-11, 174, Wash. St. (Tr.)
    Did it all for the Cougars with 35 catches for 318 yards and a score and an 11.5-yard average on punt returns, including two TDs.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>






    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=1 width="100%" bgColor=#ffffff border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top align=middle bgColor=#000000><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE cellSpacing=2 cellPadding=2 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR bgColor=#303868><TD align=middle colSpan=5>[font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Rivals.com Rivals.com Freshman All-America Second Team [/font]</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=2>Offense</TD><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=2>Defense</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>QB: Erik Ainge
    6-6, 200, Tennessee (Tr.)
    Showed great poise and passed for 1,452 yards and 17 TDs before being sidelined by a shoulder injury in the Vols' ninth game.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DE: Lawrence Jackson
    6-5, 270, USC (RS)
    Jackson's quickness has caused problems for opposing teams all season. He's recorded 28 tackles, 10 for losses, and six sacks.</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>RB: Jamario Thomas
    5-11, 195, North Texas (Tr.)
    The nation's top rusher played in just nine games but surpassed 200 yards in six, racking up 1,709 yards and 17 touchdowns. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DE: Jason Jack
    6-4, 270, Texas A&M (RS)
    Quick off the edge but strong enough to play the run, Jack racked up 48 tackles, including six for losses, and two sacks.</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>RB: Marshawn Lynch
    5-11, 200, Cal (Tr.)
    In limited time, Lynch has been explosive. He's rushed for 578 yards and six touchdowns while averaging 9.2 yards per carry.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DT: Chris Norwell
    6-7, 270, Illinois (RS)
    Was a bright spot for a poor Illini defensive front, recording 40 tackles, three quarterback hurries and two pass break-ups.</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>WR: Todd Blythe
    6-5, 210, Iowa State (RS)
    A big target, Blythe was the Cylones' deep threat and recorded 36 catches for 791 yards and a school record nine touchdowns.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>DT: Ricky Abren
    6-2, 275, Kentucky (RS)
    Powerful for his size, Abren had 26 tackles, including 4.5 for losses, and returned an interception for a score against Tennessee. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>WR: Ernie Wheelwright
    6-5, 210, Minnesota (RS)
    Provided the run-oriented Gophers with a deep threat in the passing game, hauling in 30 passes for 654 yards and seven touchdowns. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Jonathan Abbate
    6-0, 247, Wake Forest (RS)
    A tackling machine, Abbate led the Deacons and all ACC newcomers with 100 stops. Also forced two fumbles and had an interception. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>TE: Martin Rucker
    6-5, 240, Missouri (RS)
    A good blocker with the speed to get down the field, Rucker finished his rookie season with 19 catches for 263 yards and four TDs.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Jordon Dizon
    6-0, 210, Colorado (Tr.)
    Undersized for his position, Dizon used his quickness to rack up 77 tackles, including 5.5 for losses, for the Big 12 North champs. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OT: Barry Richardson
    6-7, 350, Clemson (Tr.)
    Richardson started the final seven games to become the first Tigers freshman to start at tackle since All-American Stacy Long in 1986.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>LB: Josh Williams
    6-1, 231, Arkansas St. (RS)
    The nation's leader among freshmen with 110 tackles, he also forced four fumbles, had 10 stops for losses and three sacks. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OT: Matt Brim
    6-6, 305, Wake Forest (RS)
    Big and athletic, Brim started 10 games for the Demon Deacons and graded out at better than 80 percent for the season.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>S: Japhus Brown
    5-11, 193, Texas A&M (RS)
    A physical, ball-hawking player, Brown piled up 58 tackles, recorded three interceptions and forced a fumble for the 7-4 Aggies. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OG: Will Arnold
    6-5, 300, LSU (RS)
    Arnold was a valuable reserve for a Tigers offensive line that paved the way for more than 200 rushing yards per game. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>S: Justin Harrison
    5-11, 205, Illinois (Tr.)
    A physical player who was great in run support, Harrison racked up 79 tackles, which ranked second on his team, and an interception. [size=+0][/size]</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>OG: Peter Graniello
    6-7, 293, Arizona (RS)
    Extremely versatile, Graniello started every game for the Wildcats and played at guard and tackle during the season. </TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>CB: Jonathan Hefney
    5-10, 172, Tennessee (Tr.)
    Also a dangerous return man, Hefney has 53 tackles, 10 pass break-ups and an interception for the SEC East champs. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>C: Adam Spieker
    6-3, 305, Missouri (RS)
    Big, physical blocker started all 11 games and graded out at 73 percent, which was second-best among Tigers offensive linemen.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>CB: Darrelle Revis
    6-0, 180, Pittsburgh (Tr.)
    With 41 tackles, 11 pass break-ups and two interceptions, Revis has been a surprise for a Panthers team that is finishing strong. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center><TD bgColor=#000000 colSpan=4>Special Teams</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>P: Kenneth DeBauche
    6-2, 212, Wisconsin (RS)
    Despite several games in bad weather, he averaged 41.4 yards per punt and had 16 downed inside the 20-yard line.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>K: Connor Barth
    6-1, 175, N. Carolina (Tr.)
    Made 13 of 17 field goals, including a 42-yarder that beat Miami. Also set a freshman school record with a 50-yard field goal. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>PR: Danny Amendola
    5-11, 174, Texas Tech (Tr.)
    Returned 27 punts for an average of 13.3 yards per attempt, including a 90-yard scamper for a touchdown against Kansas State.</TD><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>KR: Chris Davis
    6-0, 175, Duke (Tr.)
    A safety by trade, Davis averaged 25.8 yards on 20 kickoff returns and had a 94-yarder for a touchdown against Maryland. </TD></TR><TR bgColor=#d0ccd0><TH colSpan=5></TH></TR><TR vAlign=center bgColor=#ffffff><TD align=left width=80>[​IMG]</TD><TD align=left width=205>Utility: Eddie Royal
    5-10, 172, Va. Tech (Tr.)
    Royal has 23 receptions for 389 yards and two TDs and averages 11.2 yards on punt returns and 27 yards on kick returns. </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
     
  4. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    The link is trying to make me log in. Anyway, you've given enough info we Buckeye fans need. Thanks for the info.
     
  5. ShakerBuck

    ShakerBuck Junior

    Sam Baker 1st team....didn't we almost land him?

    3 scUMers and 3 illini on 1st or 2nd team
     
  6. The CB from Arizona Caison is awesome he can really play.

    Also if Pittman would of got the carries we all know he should of got he would easily be on this list, so don't worry about the Scummers having 3 on this list.
     
  7. AmeriBuck007

    AmeriBuck007 Honey, Frank the Tank is not coming back

    dont recall his name from 2003,, hes a RS Frosh

    and we aren't listed in his teams

    http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=145&p=8&c=1&nid=222519
     
  8. exhawg

    exhawg Mirror Guy Staff Member

    Not with our O-line. Honestly I don't think Pittman will be starting by the middle of next season.
     
  9. daddyphatsacs

    daddyphatsacs Let the cards fall... Staff Member

    I think they should diffentiate between redshirt and true froshies. There is a huge difference between the two in my book.
     
  10. ntd

    ntd Newbie

    They did

    (TR) and (RS)

    Unless you mean not including both on one list, which I would agree with
     
  11. BIATCHabutuka

    BIATCHabutuka out of chaos comes playoffs

    i remember us recruiting sam baker to some extent back when it happened.
     
  12. daddyphatsacs

    daddyphatsacs Let the cards fall... Staff Member

    Bingo.
     

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