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(01-16-2020 03:03 PM)JMaddy Wrote:  
(01-16-2020 09:57 AM)olddawg Wrote:  
(01-15-2020 09:27 PM)BDKJMU Wrote:  Obviously looking at the roster, the 2 inside LB spots are the thinnest position. 4 losses, I only see 5 guys returning, with no signed freshmen or transfer announced as of yet.

Our returning LBs who got rotational playing time this past season are literally thin, relatively speaking, for the position.

When you play a "spur", you're already sacrificing a bit of size for greater speed & versatility. Throw in Tucker-Dorsey (5'10"-213) and Azanama (5'11"-214) and that might be our smallest LB corp since the 70s. I know those two can play, but wouldn't mind a LB with size to come our way.

I would expect those two to gain 5-10 lbs in the offseason.

I would expect more like between 0-5 lbs. Anzama is listed at 5’11” and is headed into his rSr 5th yr. Tucker-Dorsey is listed at 5’10” and headed into his rJr yr. Both these guys, with shorter frames, have already been in the programs weight training for a # of years now. They’ve already done most of the good weight gain (ie muscle) that they’re going to do. Adding fat and/or sacrificing quickness & speed at the LB position does no good.
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(01-15-2020 09:23 PM)BDKJMU Wrote:  Updated roster (copied and pasted from the one I posted in early Aug, with adjustments).
-Have added the 16 LOI out of HS, and the 4 announced transfers (none of the PWO yet).
-Last seasons heights/weights, 2020 class year.
-For some of those non returning 2 deep players listed at DL and DB, for some I am guessing whether or not DT or DE, and CB, safety or Spur.
-For any 2019 2 deepers that aren’t returning (ex Gillespie & Fishpaw on the OL) have noted that under the respective position groups. For other 2019 non seniors that have disappeared off the roster (counted 11 since Aug) I'm not mentioning.
-Right now count 100 on the roster (haven't added the PWOs). Early last Aug had 106.
-There's probably a couple mistakes in here. If you notice one, point it out.

Offense:

QBs (6) (Graduated Ben Dinucci (AA, CAA Offensive POTY)).
-#12 rSr Cole Johnson (6'5"/209) (returning backup from the last 4 seasons).
-#15 rJr Gage Moloney (6'2"/220)
-#14 rJr Patrick Bentley (6'2"/223)
-#11 rSo Jake O’Donnell (6'4"/175)
-#8 rFr Jacob Knight (6'4"/230)
-Fr Kyle Adams (6’1”/175)

RBs (6) (Kirlew not returning for his rSr, lost CJ Jackson).
-#7 rSr Jawon Hamilton (5’8”/195) (returning co starter).
-#31 Sr Percy Agyei-Obese (6'0"/205) (returning co starter, 1st team All CAA).
-#42 rSo Solomon Vanhorse (5’7”/177) (returning “2” deep).
-#21 So Latrele Palmer (5’11”/228) (returning “2” deep).
-#2 rFr Austin Douglas (5’11”/195)
-Fr Kaelon Black (5’10”/195)

WR (14) (Graduated Brandon Polk (2nd team All CAA) & Riley Stapleton).
-Gr Scott Bracey (6'2"/210), started Duke last season.
-#89 rSr Jake Brown (6’2”/186) (returning starter).
-#17 rJr Kyndel Dean (6’2”/180) (returning 2 deep).
-#88 rJr Daniel Adu (6’2”/180) (returning 2 deep).
-#19 Jr Devin Ravenel (6’0”/162) (returning 2 deep).
-#16 rJr Kris Thornton (5'8"/170) (VMI transfer, had to sit out last season, 1003 yds/2nd team All So-Con 2018).
-#5 rJr Jamir Hudson (5’8”/165)
-#34 rJr Alex Miller (5'10"/183) (special teams holder)
-#83 rJr Josh Sims (5’10”155)
-#9 rSo Reggie Brown (6’0”/178)
-#49 rSo Davis Patterson (6’3”/197)
-#18 rFr John Finney (6'0"/200)
-#85 rFr Jack Hannah (6'0'/168)
-Fr Antwane Wells Jr (6’1”/195)

TE (4): (Graduated Dylan Stapleton (2nd team All CAA) & Nick Charlton).
-#90 Jr Drew Painter (6’4”/243) (returning 2 deep).
-#37 Sr Clayton Cheatham (6'3"/232)
-#86 rFr Hunter Bullock (6’4”/243)
-Fr Kelly Mitchell (6’3”/230)

OL (16): (Graduated Jahee Jackson (starting RG) & Sr Mac Patrick (1st team All CAA). Raymond Gillespie (co- starting LT) & Joe Fishpaw (2 deep RT) not returning for their rSr season.
-#77 Sr Liam Fornadel (6’4”/308) (3rd year RT starter, AA, 2x All CAA).
-#69 rSr Truvell Wilson (6’2”/303) (returning starter LG, 3rd team All CAA).
-#67 rSr Zaire Bethea (6’3”/315) (returning LT co starter).
-#63 rSr J.T. Timming (6’2”/306) (returning 2 deep OC).
-#76 rJr Jake Glavin (6’2”/300) (returning 2 deep LG).
-#56 rSo Nick Kidwell (6’5”/315) (returning 2 deep RG).
-rJr Stanley Hubbard (UConn transfer, listed 6’3”/293 UConn 2019 roster, 2019 2 deep, started last game vs Temple, was slated to be UConn’s starting OC 2020).
-#72 rJr Will Clevinger (6’3”/289)
-#62 rSo Kyle Smith (6’4”/310)
-#70 rSo Henry Schroeder 6’4”/278)
-#75 rSo Sammy Junco (6'2"/296) (VMI transfer).
-#58 rFr Tanner Morris (6’2”/296)
-#64 rFr Henry Somerville (6'1"/275)
-Fr Cole Potts (6’3”/300)
-Fr Tyler Stephens (6’5”/295)
-Fr Tyshon Wyatt (6'4"/320)

Defense:
DT (9): (Graduated none).
-#92 Sr Mike Green (6’3”/294) (returning starter, 3rd team All CAA).
-#95 rSr Adeeb Atariwa (6’3”/282) (returning starter).
-#43 rJr Garrett Groulx (6’3”/260) (returning 2 deep).
-#64 rSo Tony Thurston (6'5" 260) (returning 2 deep).
-#91 rJr Semaj Sorhaindo (6’2”/285)
-#57 rFr James Carpenter (6'1"/264)
-#61 rFr Joe Worman (6'3"/272)
-#94 rFr Sean Johns (6'3"/253)
-Fr Tyler Negron (6’3”/275 (listed as DL)

DE (9) Graduated Ron'Dell Carter (AA, 1st team All CAA); John Daka (AA, 1st team All CAA); Bryce Maginley (2 deep).
-#99 rJr Isaac Ukwu (6’3”/242) (Slated for 2019 2 deep, suffered season ending injury summer camp).
-#10 So Jalen Green (6’1”/256) (returning 2 deep).
-#45 rSo Antonio Colclough (6'3"/241)
-#93 rSo Drake Tomasi (6’3”/230)
-#47 rSo Mike Wilcox (6’3”/222)
-#96 rFr Carlo Jones (6’3”/242)
-rFr Abi N-Okonji (Minnesota transfer) (listed at 6’3”/270, DL on Minnesota Outback Bowl roster).
-Fr Mikail Kamara (6’1”/235) (listed as DL).
-Fr Khurram Simpson (6’2”/240) (listed as DL).

LB (2 positions) (8): (Graduated Dimitri Holloway (AA, 1st team All CAA); Landan Word (3rd team All CAA); Mike Cobbs (2 deep); Tabb Patrick not returning for rSr year).
-#54 rSr Kelvin Azanama (5’11”/213) (returning 2 deep).
-#20 rJr Diamonte Tucker-Dorsey (5’10”/213) (not listed 2 deep, but played a lot).
-#51 Jr Mateo Jackson (6’1”/230) (2018 2 deep)
-#6 rFr Julio Ayamel (6’0”/230)
-#44 rFr Taurus Jones (6’1”/213)
-rSo LB Liam Kouthan (6'1"/236) (VMI transfer)
-Fr Payne Bauer (6'2"/235)
-Fr Seth Naotala (6'0"/230)

SPUR (4) (Graduated none).
-*#8 rSr Wayne Davis (5'10”/190) (3rd year starting).
-*#16 rSo Que Reid (5'11”/195) (returning 2 deep).
-#33 rJr Sam Kidd (6’1”/206)
-Fr Chase Soper (6'0"/205) (listed as Athlete)

CB (9) (Graduated Rashad Robinson (2nd team All CAA) & Charles Tutt (2 deep)).
-#30 Sr Wesley McCormick (5’11”/190) (returning starter).
-#27 Sr Taurus Carroll (6’0”/173) (returning 2 deep).
-#26 rJr Jack Sroba (5’10”/180)
-#42 rJr Michael Johnson (5'11”/202)
-#14 rSo Jamari Currence (5’10”/160)
-#17 rFr Chase Lundy (5'8"/160)
-#25 rFr Jonathan Broadnax (5'8"/160)
-Fr Sammy Malignaggi (5’10/180) (listed as DB).
-Fr AJ Webb (5’10”/175) (listed as DB).

S (9) (Graduated Adam Smith (1st team All CAA)).
-#24 rSr D'Angelo Amos (6’1”/184) (returning starter/1st team All CAA).
-#32 Sr MJ Hampton (6’0”/183) (returning 2 deep).
-#34 rSo Chris Chukwuneke (6'0”/185) (returning 2 deep).
-#rSo Joseph Norwood (6'1"/180) (UMass transfer, started 1st 4 games last season before leaving team, 2nd leading tackler at the time).
-#40 rSo Reggie McNeill (6’0”/180)
-#49 rSo Francis Meehan (5’11”/182)
-#22 rFr Jordan White (5'11”/180)
-#29 rFr Ricky Harleston (5'10"/190)
-Fr Xavier Cokley (6’0”/185) (listed as DB)

Special Teams: (Graduated none):
K/P/LS (6)
-#91 rSr K Ethan Ratke (5’10/185) (3rd year starter, 1st team All CAA).
-#40 rSo K Camden Wise (6’0”/166)
-#98 Sr P Harry O'Kelly (6’0”/185) (4th year starter).
-#36 rFr K/P Justin Ritter (5'10"/207)
-#50 rJr LS Kyle Davis (5’11”/222) (3rd year starting short and long snapper, 2 year streak of not a single bad snap).
-#59 rSr LS Seth Weaver (6’1”/177)
Bump from last update 1/15. To note:
-Added last 4 HS signees and the Duke WR transfer.
-Added VMI LB transfer (3rd VMI transfer now on roster). Imagine he might have to sit a season.
-Added 3 rFr walkons (two 5'8"/160 lb corners and a WR named Jack Hannah).
-Removed 4 names no longer on roster, including at RB Kirlew (guess he decided not to return for his 5th season) and CJ Jackson.
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Did I miss something?

When did we lose cj Jackson?
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(02-07-2020 06:35 AM)Duke Dawg Wrote:  Did I miss something?

When did we lose cj Jackson?

Interesting, not on the roster page anymore but his twitter still says JMU rb.
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(02-07-2020 06:35 AM)Duke Dawg Wrote:  Did I miss something?

When did we lose cj Jackson?

I missed it too. Don't think it was mentioned by Madia.
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Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.
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(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

Latrele is really exciting to watch, and if he beats out two productive Sr. RBs he will start. Outside of injury, however, I don’t think that will happen. Latrele will get more carries next season, but start? Nope. Not yet.
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Latrell is far too injury prone to play him like several on here have requested. The platoon system JMU uses works well. RBs don’t get injured as much and it keeps everyone engaged and happy. Team rushing production has been good as well.
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(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

Latrele is really exciting to watch, and if he beats out two productive Sr. RBs he will start. Outside of injury, however, I don’t think that will happen. Latrele will get more carries next season, but start? Nope. Not yet.
Longhorn, my thoughts exactly but didn’t think the need to counter the same illogical posting for what seems like the 48th time. And again, I think this board keeps the 05-deadhorse smilie alive. 04-cheers
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(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

I do.
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(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

Latrele is really exciting to watch, and if he beats out two productive Sr. RBs he will start. Outside of injury, however, I don’t think that will happen. Latrele will get more carries next season, but start? Nope. Not yet.
1200+ yd rusher.
Yep. All 3 will get their carries, as JMU is going to run the ball. A LOT.

Throw in Van Horse and Douglas, and JMU could have 5 backs that would start for most teams. Maybe why Jackson left. If 1 or 2 get injured (hope not), next man up.

Black will certainly take a redshirt.
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The second starting safety position will be interesting battle. Although listed as SPUR, I expect Que Reid to compete there. I thought he played well last year. He is just one of those guys who it feels like he has too much talent to not be on the field outside of special teams.
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(02-08-2020 09:48 PM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

I do.

You have a different idea of what team chemistry is than I do.
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(02-09-2020 12:15 AM)DoubleDDuke Wrote:  The second starting safety position will be interesting battle. Although listed as SPUR, I expect Que Reid to compete there. I thought he played well last year. He is just one of those guys who it feels like he has too much talent to not be on the field outside of special teams.

But you have Amos (1st team All CAA), Hampton (significant PT), Chukwuneke (a lot of PT), the UMass kid (who was starting for them).. Safety sounds pretty stacked.

Corner, not so much. Wonder if any of those guys could play corner?
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(02-09-2020 12:18 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 09:48 PM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

I do.

You have a different idea of what team chemistry is than I do.

Obviously, since I have to spell it out to you in very short words that you can understand, what I meant was I would make Latrele my feature back and the team chemistry that develops from that would be the team chemistry. Got it, so far? Other backs will still get some totes, but if I were Cig, I would be sure that Latrele gets the lion's share.

Why would you not start your best running back? Because another back has seniority? Seniority is worth a warm bucket of spit in college football. You start your best players. There isn't even a question about that.

Maybe Cig thinks Latrele is not such a good running back. He certainly sees him more than I do and much closer. Maybe Latrele's past injuries has something to do with it. All I am saying is that based on what I have seen from all of our backs in game action, Latrele is clearly the best we have. if Latrele is 100% healthy, he would be my starter and get 15 to 20 totes per game, not a handful in the fourth quarter. My opinion.
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(02-09-2020 11:57 AM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-09-2020 12:18 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 09:48 PM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-07-2020 09:40 PM)Purple Wrote:  Latrele would be my starting RB, and he should have 15 to 20 carries a game. I know we have to spread the ball around a little, but I am more interested in winning football games and building team chemistry.

And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

I do.

You have a different idea of what team chemistry is than I do.

Obviously, since I have to spell it out to you in very short words that you can understand, what I meant was I would make Latrele my feature back and the team chemistry that develops from that would be the team chemistry. Got it, so far? Other backs will still get some totes, but if I were Cig, I would be sure that Latrele gets the lion's share.

Why would you not start your best running back? Because another back has seniority? Seniority is worth a warm bucket of spit in college football. You start your best players. There isn't even a question about that.

Maybe Cig thinks Latrele is not such a good running back. He certainly sees him more than I do and much closer. Maybe Latrele's past injuries has something to do with it. All I am saying is that based on what I have seen from all of our backs in game action, Latrele is clearly the best we have. if Latrele is 100% healthy, he would be my starter and get 15 to 20 totes per game, not a handful in the fourth quarter. My opinion.

Or maybe Cig sees that he has two of the top rbs in FCS ahead of him so why run him into the ground? Next year, maybe more so than past years, i think we are going to need the RBs to be heavily involved in the passing game with the uncertainty at QB and WR. Hamilton and Percy are better suited to that in my opinion.

Palmer has shown that he is injury prone and bigger backs are more likely to have players going low on them which leads to more injuries. Another offseason in the weight room will help that but when you have 2 studs in front of him why risk it when you know you have at least another 2 years with him? Yes I think he should get more carries but there is now tape out there on him so the surprise aspect he brings into the game is no longer there. Next season will probably go similar to this year where no one back with get the majority of the carries until a tight game or the playoffs. All I can say is thankfully youre not the head coach
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(02-09-2020 03:54 PM)fishingduke12 Wrote:  
(02-09-2020 11:57 AM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-09-2020 12:18 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 09:48 PM)Purple Wrote:  
(02-08-2020 03:43 AM)Longhorn Wrote:  And you think starting a sophomore over a senior, first team all CAA player who was a 1000 yard rusher last season is a way to build team chemistry?

I do.

You have a different idea of what team chemistry is than I do.

Obviously, since I have to spell it out to you in very short words that you can understand, what I meant was I would make Latrele my feature back and the team chemistry that develops from that would be the team chemistry. Got it, so far? Other backs will still get some totes, but if I were Cig, I would be sure that Latrele gets the lion's share.

Why would you not start your best running back? Because another back has seniority? Seniority is worth a warm bucket of spit in college football. You start your best players. There isn't even a question about that.

Maybe Cig thinks Latrele is not such a good running back. He certainly sees him more than I do and much closer. Maybe Latrele's past injuries has something to do with it. All I am saying is that based on what I have seen from all of our backs in game action, Latrele is clearly the best we have. if Latrele is 100% healthy, he would be my starter and get 15 to 20 totes per game, not a handful in the fourth quarter. My opinion.

Or maybe Cig sees that he has two of the top rbs in FCS ahead of him so why run him into the ground? Next year, maybe more so than past years, i think we are going to need the RBs to be heavily involved in the passing game with the uncertainty at QB and WR. Hamilton and Percy are better suited to that in my opinion.

Palmer has shown that he is injury prone and bigger backs are more likely to have players going low on them which leads to more injuries. Another offseason in the weight room will help that but when you have 2 studs in front of him why risk it when you know you have at least another 2 years with him? Yes I think he should get more carries but there is now tape out there on him so the surprise aspect he brings into the game is no longer there. Next season will probably go similar to this year where no one back with get the majority of the carries until a tight game or the playoffs. All I can say is thankfully youre not the head coach

Amen.
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05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse Seniority kept Barry Sanders on the bench two years, Carson Wentz on the bench three years and many other guys waited for their time to shine. If we had no options at that position and kept him sideline because of seniority it would be silly. But considering you have two very good RBs in front of him is a valid reason. Couple that with the fact Palmer doesn’t need to get banged up when he can be the stud the following two years says keep the rotation intact.05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse
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RE: 2020 Depth Chart
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05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse Seniority kept Barry Sanders on the bench two years, Carson Wentz on the bench three years and many other guys waited for their time to shine. If we had no options at that position and kept him sideline because of seniority it would be silly. But considering you have two very good RBs in front of him is a valid reason. Couple that with the fact Palmer doesn’t need to get banged up when he can be the stud the following two years says keep the rotation intact.05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse05-deadhorse:

Yup- Thurman Thomas had some skills
02-09-2020 08:35 PM
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Post: #60
RE: 2020 Depth Chart
I disagree with all of you. I say play your best players, which sounds familiar. Where have we heard that before? Oh, that's right, it's football doctrine!
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