Week 5 CFB open thread

September 29th, 2012 | Written by Rob Staton

If you’re watching a game or a prospect this weekend… let us know about it.

16 Responses to “Week 5 CFB open thread”

  1. JS says:

    Any defensive players from Baylor or West Virginia worth looking at?

  2. MJ says:

    Geno Smith: Besides the stats, his downfield accuracy is a thing of beauty.
    Tavon Austin: explosive playmaker.
    Terrence Williams: intriguing WR.

    Ogletree: very intriguing guy. Could see the Hawks loving him on defense. Long athlete.

    • cliff says:

      Ya i saw Ogletree at 6’5. he’s interesting but i haven’t been focusing on him really. Need to see how well he moves around.

      This is the second time I’ve seen Patterson drop an easy touchdown pass.

  3. dave crockett says:

    Shelden Richardson had a BEASTLY game vs. UCF. The Knights pushed Mizzou around in the first half, freezing the LBs with a lot of misdirection and some sweet play action ball-handling. Richardson was still good. In the 2nd half he had a couple takeover drives.

    • Rob Staton says:

      Very interesting prospect – put some of his tape on the blog a few days ago. This is turning into a killer defensive tackle group for 2013. Best position for R1 depth.

      • dave crockett says:

        Yup. He was better vs. Georgia. Played with more power. Vs. SCar Dave Steckel moved him around a LOT more, showcasing the versatility.

  4. MJ says:


    Scratch Cordarrelle Patterson of the list. Way too many mistakes, drops, and plays flat out lazy. Guy has unreal potential and physical skills but plays like his mom told him he had to. Disappointed with his play.

  5. MJ says:

    Rob, what are your thoughts on Alec Ogletree? Looks like a PC/JS type of defender.

  6. dave crockett says:

    Tyler Bray seems pretty schitzo (as a prospect I mean).

    He actually reminds me a good bit of Jeff George, who was Jay Cutler waaaay before Jay Cutler.

    His slingy motion makes him pretty inaccurate at times. Add to that his footwork can get sloppy. AND… the “eff you” throws. The “eff you” throws.

    But he’s got first round tools, that’s for doggone sure.

    Aaron Murray just keeps chugging along. I like him more and more.