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The SEC blog on ESPN just released their #6 SEC player from the 2012 season (D. Moore, TAMU). So now that they're up to the top 5, lets guess who and in what order the Top 5 will be.
My Guess at their Top 5:
1. Johnny Manziel
2. Jadeveon Clowney
3. Jarvis Jones
4. Luke Joeckel
5. Chance Warmack
1. Johnny Manziel (2/25/13)
2. Jadeveon Clowney (2/22/13)
3. Jarvis Jones (2/22/13)
4. Luke Joeckel (2/21/13)
5. Chance Warmack (2/20/13)
High five to myself!
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This post has been edited 6 times, most recently by BamaLynx 14 months ago
It's not the will to win, but the will to prepare to win that makes the difference.
-Coach Bear Bryant
2-Clowney (wouldn't be surprised if they were switched
Take that to the bank folks
5. Jarvis Jones
bump with actual results
OP list looks solid
The OP list is what will likely be the top 5, though I personally would have Warmack at 3.
I think clowney should be #1 the guy is a beast. Am I the only one who sees lil johnny having a tough year in 2013.
I would be pretty surprised if Clowney isn't #1
Surprised Yeldon didnt get in the top 25.
After the year Manziel had, including winning the Heisman trophy, he has to be #1. Clowney will undoubtedly be a higher draft pick (probably #1 overall) and a better NFL player but what Manziel did last year was phenomenal.
Talk about some serious talent though. Manziel, Clowney, Warmack, Jarvis Jones, Joeckel. That's two probable #1 overall picks, a separate Heisman winner, and another couple top 10 picks probably. The SEC is just so far ahead of other leagues...
No, I'd almost be willing to bet Clowney is #1. Last year #1 was Alshon Jeffery, despite there being a Heisman candidate who set the season rushing yards record at Alabama.
And we already know Warmack is 5.
Can't believe Warmack wasn't over J Jones. Especially after jones was rendered useless against UA's running game
bump for #4
bump for #3
bump for #2
bump for #1...all done
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