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    2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Attached is something I put together to look at our scholarship depth at each position.

    Red coloring indicates Seniors. Yellow is Juniors. Dark Green is Sophmores. Lighter green is redshirt Freshmen. And the lightest green is true freshmen. Kind of an interesting look at what we have.

    Let me know if this works? I've never done an attachment before on here.
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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Nice work.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    I guess the things that stood out to me the most were....

    1. We are a very young team overall. Not much red on there. That's good.

    2. Our oldest position on the team is probably safety?

    3. We have too many RBs right now for a one back offense. Is there any way that someone like Blankenship or Woody would go to LB... or Hollis to safety? I think Hollis was a good safety in HS. Blankenship is probably too short for LB. I don't know about Woody? But 7 RBs in a one back offense seems like way too many to me?



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    When you put it that way we look pretty green!Not to nitpick but I think Woody, Kuehl, and Powell are walkons. I think I'll keep that chart, as I find myself looking up that info often during recruiting season, and football season. I guess that's all the time.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Quote Originally Posted by koolclone View Post
    When you put it that way we look pretty green!Not to nitpick but I think Woody, Kuehl, and Powell are walkons. I think I'll keep that chart, as I find myself looking up that info often during recruiting season, and football season. I guess that's all the time.
    Yeah, I knew that those guys were walk-ons, but in the case of Kuehl and Powell, most teams don't carry very many scholarship punters and kickers, so I just threw them in there to show that we do have at least some depth.

    As for Woody, he's currently a walk-on, but I anticipated him being on scholly pretty soon.

    I also put Adrian Bennett on the LB line instead of DB where he's listed at because I feel with his size at 6'1" and 208 lbs he will eventually be a LB? I could be wrong on that though?



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    So there are 85 listed but Guyer is twice.
    How many of those 84 aren't on scholarship?
    Is the long snapper on schollie?
    Wondering how many we can sign with only 13 seniors?



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    It really makes me wonder who starts after this year at QB. I think it's Tiller's job to lose, but you never know.


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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace000087 View Post
    It really makes me wonder who starts after this year at QB. I think it's Tiller's job to lose, but you never know.
    anyone else think Tiller could end up as an absolute beast of a H-Back.
    I don't see 230 as a huge problem weight wise and he's just explosive.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    I count 82. Mansfield is on scholarship. I missed that this spring. Zimmerman is also evidently on scholarship. So we can sign 17 if EVERYBODY shows up and stays. We should start getting some balance back between classes. I remember threads in the past where we talked about the busts in various classes. And Rhoads statement about signing guys that can't play alludes to that. This group of seniors was either very good or very gone. I think only seven came in as scholarship freshmen. And Cheezdick weeded some out, for good or for bad. The junior class looks to have a full 25 on the team.


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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Pretty good at the option read, and the QB sneak! If he's got the accuracy on his throws, I think he's in the right spot.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Mansfield picked up a scholarship in the spring. The only scholarship specialists are Guyer, Mahoney, Van Der Kamp, and Zimmerman.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Quote Originally Posted by clonedude View Post
    Yeah, I knew that those guys were walk-ons, but in the case of Kuehl and Powell, most teams don't carry very many scholarship punters and kickers, so I just threw them in there to show that we do have at least some depth.

    As for Woody, he's currently a walk-on, but I anticipated him being on scholly pretty soon.

    I also put Adrian Bennett on the LB line instead of DB where he's listed at because I feel with his size at 6'1" and 208 lbs he will eventually be a LB? I could be wrong on that though?


    I sure hope NOT. A few of our better safety's were that size. Both Nik Moser and Steve Paris were about 6-1 and 210 - 215 lbs.

    If he can cut off the fat (assuming he has a little) and add 5 lbs of muscle, and maintain his speed/quickness...I like the idea of a potential 6-1 210 lb Free Safety to roam around and pick off passes/lower the boom on receivers crossing!



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    When did Jeff Woody get a scholarship? Unless he just recently received one, he shouldn't be listed. Also, Powell and Kuehl are not scholarship players.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    To me this highlights the biggest weakness of the team - the defensive line. We have all known this for quite some time, but it really shows on paper. Unless we see some dramatic improvements from the young guys (which we very well might), then it'll be a while until our defense can be close to dominant.



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    Re: 2010 ISU Football Scholarship Depth

    Quote Originally Posted by bigcyfan82 View Post
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    I sure hope NOT. A few of our better safety's were that size. Both Nik Moser and Steve Paris were about 6-1 and 210 - 215 lbs.

    If he can cut off the fat (assuming he has a little) and add 5 lbs of muscle, and maintain his speed/quickness...I like the idea of a potential 6-1 210 lb Free Safety to roam around and pick off passes/lower the boom on receivers crossing!
    I think he's a strong safety. It all depends on his ability to get faster vs. ability to gain. He could be a hell of a LB or safety depending on development. I, for one, see him as a safety or perhaps taking the role of Benton. i think he's pretty versatile.


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