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Skill Position Replacements - 2005

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Morty, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. Morty

    Morty Newbie

    Thought it was interesting that even though we don't have the largest recruiting class we still have done a good job of filling in the skill positions where the seniors left.

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    Players Leaving/2005 Recruits

    QB- (None) / Schoenhoft

    RB- Ross, Hall / Wells

    FB- Joe / (None)

    WR- Childress, Hollins / Amos, Hartline

    OL- Kne / Boone, Cordle

    DE- Fraser, Caldwell / Worthington, Williams

    DL- (None) / Denlinger

    LB- Matthews / Spitler, Laurinaitis

    CB- Fox, Jacobs / O’Neal, Jenkins

    Other Recruits- Lenix, Russell

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    If either Lenix or Rusell becomes a RB we will have replaced each skill position senior except Branden Joe at FB. There are obviously some talented recruits that would help the team, however since we have replaced the outgoing players there is no reason to reach and take a recruit because we need an extra body. I have a feeling this might have something to do with why the coaching staff is focusing on only a few players.
     
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2005
  2. buckhunter

    buckhunter Newbie

    Balancing out the classes...

    Morty, can someone with more knowledge than I balance out the estimated graduating years of 2004 and 2005. Taking into account the talent that we red-shirted this past season (Person, Mitchum, Haw etc...) along with the possible true Freshman to play in 2005 (O'Neil, Boone, Worthington etc..). Can anyone with time on their hands take a stab, this is quite possibly why we don't need to be overly aggressive this year. Combine these two teams that will graduate in 2008 and the supposive talent we have next year, I don't see us falling off when the classes combine. Any takers?
     
  3. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    buckhunter,

    Please refer to the sticky thread by Oh8ch called 'Scholarship Breakdown by Poistion and Recruiting Class'. It shows positions by class year, and indicates how many schollies are in each class.
     

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