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  1. surly

    surly Well-Known Member

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    #1 surly, Jul 16, 2020
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    2020 Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team

    OFFENSE
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    Player School Class Hometown
    QB Sam Ehlinger 3 Texas Sr. Austin, Texas
    RB Pooka Williams Jr. 1 Kansas Jr. New Orleans, La.
    RB Chuba Hubbard 1^ Oklahoma State Jr. Sherwood Park, Alberta
    FB Nick Lenners 1 Kansas State Jr. Lincoln, Neb.
    WR Andrew Parchment 3 Kansas Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
    WR Charleston Rambo Oklahoma Jr. Cedar Hill, Texas
    WR Tylan Wallace 2^ Oklahoma State Sr. Fort Worth, Texas
    TE Charlie Kolar 1 Iowa State Jr. Norman, Okla.
    OL Creed Humphrey 1^ Oklahoma Jr. Shawnee, Okla.
    OL Adrian Ealy 2 Oklahoma Jr. Gonzales, La.
    OL Teven Jenkins 3 Oklahoma State Sr. Topeka, Kan.
    OL Samuel Cosmi 2^ Texas Jr. Humble, Texas
    OL Jack Anderson Texas Tech Jr. Frisco, Texas
    PK Gabe Brkic 2 Oklahoma So. Chardon, Ohio
    KR/PR Joshua Youngblood 1 Kansas State So. Tampa, Fla.
    DEFENSE
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    Player School Class Hometown
    DL JaQuan Bailey Iowa State Sr. Jacksonville, Fla.
    DL Wyatt Hubert 1 Kansas State Jr. Topeka, Kan.
    DL Ronnie Perkins 2 Oklahoma Jr. St. Louis, Mo.
    DL Eli Howard 2 Texas Tech Sr. San Angelo, Texas
    DL Darius Stills West Virginia Sr. Fairmont, W.Va.
    LB Terrel Bernard 2 Baylor Jr. La Porte, Texas
    LB Garret Wallow TCU Sr. New Orleans, La.
    LB Joseph Ossai 3 Texas Jr. Conroe, Texas
    DB Greg Eisworth 1 Iowa State Sr. Grand Prairie, Texas
    DB Kolby Harvell-Peel 1 Oklahoma State Jr. College Station, Texas
    DB Trevon Moehrig 1 TCU Jr. Spring Branch, Texas
    DB DShawn Jamison Texas Jr. Houston, Texas
    DB Caden Sterns Texas Jr. Cibolo, Texas
    P Austin McNamara 1 Texas Tech So. Gilbert, Ariz.
     
  2. Stewo

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    Give me Purdy over Ehlinger.
     
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    Purdy doesn't go to Texas, Sam does.
     
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    Too true.
     
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    Feels like Pooka Williams has been at KU forever. I think I remember him back when Perry Ellis' youngest grandson was playing hoops at KU a few years ago.
     
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    Wait was Kolar not unanimous?
     
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    An overhyped athlete from Texas. Who saw that coming?

    Seriously, I think Purdy's the better QB but Ehlinger is pretty damn good too. Can't argue with the selection. I was mildly surprised Ehlinger didn't leave Austin for the NFL after last season.
     
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    Whar Baylor? Hard to believe a team that went 11-3 (8-1) last year only has one first team player. Were they top heavy with seniors last year?
     
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    Shhhhhh let that ride.

    it’s a ******* joke but I thinks it a good thing for many reasons.
     
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    Did they have a lot of transfers when their garden gnome of a coach jumped to the NFL?
     
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    Maybe just a response to the coach leaving. I didn't think last year's group was necessarily lacking in talent, but I also thought that Rhule was getting every bit he could out of what was on the roster.
     
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    Baylor loses 7 defensive starters and that was the strength of their 2019 outfit. Plus, the coaching change will matter.
     
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    Surly, I thought you told us K-State had the best interior offensive lineman in the country. Does the media not know?
     
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    #14 surly, Jul 17, 2020
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    Actually, it was Pro Football Focus that ranked him as best in class and so on.

    OFFENSIVE GUARD
    First Team: Josh Rivas, Kansas State
    Rivas currently ranks first among qualifying Big 12 left guards in overall grade (85.6) and run-blocking grade (86.0). He’s also earned a respectable 74.3 pass-blocking grade and allowed just six total pressures and zero sacks on the year.

    Second Team: Parker Braun, Texas
    Third Team: Bryce Bray, Oklahoma State
    Honorable Mention: Sam Tecklenburg, Baylor

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    K-State junior left guard Josh Rivas has been recognized as the highest-graded returning Power 5 interior offensive lineman by Pro Football Focus. A regular rotator at left guard behind senior starter Evan Curl in 2019, Rivas earned second-team All-Big 12 Conference honors in 2019 despite not starting in a single game during the season.


     

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