Yo, guys, what's going on? It's your boy bread back at it again with another broadcast.
Now, today I will be bringing you guys, the 10 best college football players and the S E C ahead of the 2020 college football season.
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But you know, having a job at 15 pays well, we'll say that So today, Like I said, we will be talking about the 10 best players in the SEC Now.
In my opinion, the SEC is always the best conference toe watch.
College football wise college basketball.
I think either the A, C C or the Big 10 has the SEC there.
I think the SEC could also be there.
And then hockey don't really care about hockey. That had much.
But regardless of that, the SEC always And when I say always, I mean always produces great young talent into college football.
You know, last year who saw the rise of job Borough? You know, especially if you were an Ohio State fan Just two years prior, you never would have thought that first of all, he would have left.
L s u were left Ohio State for L S U.
And second of all, you would have never thought he would have had a college football season for the ages that resulted in him holding the Heisman Trophy.
You would have never thought that would have happened.
But here we are, two years later.
Ah, so let's go to get into it.
I guess, uh, number one has got to be Jamaar Chase now.
Jamaar Chase is the reigning bulletin Cough Award winner.
He was a wide receiver for L s U.
Now the reigning bulletin cough award winner was a superstar last year for the national champions with 84 catches for seven for 1780 yards and the nation's best 20 touchdowns.
Let that sink in for a second.
Not only did he have 84 catches, and you know he didn't have you know ah 100 targets or said he didn't drop a lot of passes.
He caught just about every pass that was thrown to him for 1780 yards and 20 touchdowns.
And it's not like ls use offense was dependent on Tamar Chase.
You've got Clyde were toe layer, who was also a first round pick.
We got a great tight end in baddies.
Uh, Joe Borough can run the ball himself.
You know, it wasn't all Jamaar Chase last season.
People don't give him enough credit, or especially near the credit that Jim or Chase deserves.
This guy was a freak of nature last year.
I mean, no wonder he's getting compared.
The total back in junior this early in his career makes sense, right? Ah, you know, and I get that he had Joe Borough throwing them.
And Joe Borough is a great generational talent.
You know, next year he's going to have Miles Brennan, and that's really going to tell us whether or not Jamaar Chase can be a dominant wide receiver with a bad QB.
Or if he can just be a dominant wide receiver with a good Q B.
And either way, he's going to still dominate.
If you can put up 1700 yards and 20 TDs against quality opponents, too, it's not like he's in the A C.
C, where he gets to go up against Wake Forest, North Carolina, and you know whoever else you want to play in that conference.
Let's kill Duca's well, you know Jamaar Chase was went up against Florida, who has a great secondary every single year went up against Auburn, who has also a pretty solid secondary.
Went up against Alabama, the best secondary in the entire SEC and Georgia as well, where Georgia had some pretty solid safeties in there as well.
So it's not like Jamaar Chase is going up against crappy colleges and, you know, benefiting off of that.
This guy was going up against some of the toughest competition in the entire United States, you know, and he was still dominating.
That's pretty impressive.
And there's no signs of March a slowing down this season, even if you records 500 less yards and 10 less TD's so around 50 catches for 1200 yards and 10 TD's.
Most people never record a season like that in their NFL career, and that's their NFL career.
Jim or Chase is doing this, you know, when he's not even a senior yet.
Look, I'm not saying he's going to be the next Randy Moss.
There will never be a next Randy Moss, but some are.
Chase is my number one player in the entire SEC and for good reason.
I mean, the stats prove it.
You can go back and watch film.
You don't go watch the national championship game where he went up against a J Tarell Isaiah Simmons.
Tanner mousse like those off agree Clemson graduates were in the secondary, and they were great secondary players all.
You know, all three of those players were drafted in the 1st 3 rounds, with two of them being first round selections.
So you know, it's not like Jamaar Chase Waas going up against North Dakota State and dominating.
It's going up against some of the best of the best, and that's what NFL teams look for in a wide receiver.
So Marsh Aces number one Number two has got to be Dylan Moses for May linebacker out of Alabama.
Now, if you totally blanked on who the heck till in Moses is, I really don't blame you.
Ah, he was a redshirt junior, and he missed all of last season with a knee injury and then passed on the opportunity to be drafted last season to return the Alabama and lead the Crimson Tide defense this season, you know, smart decision.
His draft stock would have plummeted if he did not have, you know, a good college football season right before he entered the draft.
So that's what it looks like Moses is doing this year and in his sop****re season, had a pretty solid year.
86 tackles, 10 tackles for loss in free and 1/2 sacks.
Not bad by any means.
And, you know, I really think that there's not a lot of stats to prove that Dylan most This is going to be a great player.
You have to trust me on this one.
You seem like a named all their guys, Xavier McKinney and whoever else you want to say.
Cornerback Wise lost a lot on offense, a lot on offense.
But Dylan Moses, I believe, can be a difference maker on this Alabama front seven.
And you know, I'm not gonna say he's underrated by any means because he's not.
But Dylan Moses looks like he could be a great, great player in the SEC.
He's got all the intangibles he's got the I Q.
He knows what he's doing to.
I mean, he's not just wandering out at the 50 yard line, you know, wondering if it's their ball or not or hate the Dylan.
Moses is my number two player in the S E C number free.
Is Cailan Hill running back out of Mississippi State? Now he's a senior running back for Mississippi State, and you know he's very impactful on the field.
You know, Brad, no dog.
I mean, you're talking about him in your list.
Well, let me prove it to you.
He'll rush for 1350 yards and 10 touchdowns last year on offense that didn't exactly make defensive coordinators quiver when they popped up on the film.
Let's just say to be completely honest with you, Mississippi State's offense sucked last year, and Cailan Hill was still a dominant as ever.
1300 yards, 10 touchdowns on the ground.
That's pretty solid.
And to put it more simply, Hill averaged 103.
85 yards per game.
Despite having the opponents undivided attention, his duties will likely change in a wide open offense under first year head coach Mike Leach.
We could make the most we could make the most out of this dangerous player on his offense.
So Michael each will do wonders with Kyle in hell. Trust me.
I don't remember who their coach was last year, but who he was bad and having a coach that actually cares about winning, that knows how.
Get the ball to their running back in space.
Whether that's withdraw plays, toss place, counters Michael.
Each has done it multiple times.
So pure Cailan Hill fan.
This is the year to be really, really excited.
And hop on the bandwagon now Lease, please.
Dio Cailan Hills Going to have a great season for Mississippi State number four is Derek Stingley.
Huh? Junior, Don't forget that He was a cornerback for L S u last season, and as a freshman he finished hide for fifth in the country and interceptions with six and did it despite opposing quarterbacks continually avoiding him.
So basically, Stingley was not targeted at all, and he still had the fifth most interceptions in the country.
And you know, he did it as a freshman, which is even more crazy.
But the six foot 1 £190 native of Baton Rouge broke up 15 passes, had 38 tackles and even added, Ah, 163 yards on punt returns.
Very versatile cornerback.
I see a lot of Patrick Peterson in him, and, you know, I know how bad Draft a comparisons can be.
Not saying he's going to turn out like Pat P.
But he definitely could be.
Um, you know, we'll see, though.
You can call me Edgar Allan bro for the rhythm that I just put on there.
But regardless of that, Stingley is going to get a lot more opportunities on this defense.
Defense lost a lot in the draft, mostly offense, but it's still lost.
Some key pieces defensively, I think Derrickson Stingley, Especially as a sop****re, yet now who has experience.
I think he could be a very, very good player on this team, and Number five is our first offense of lineman.
This one's going to go pretty quickly.
So hurry Tennessee fans.
It is Trey Smith, offensive tackle for Tennessee.
The big men do need their love, and nobody deserves it more than senior offensive tackle slash guard Trey Smith.
The six foot 6 300 for 35 pounder didn't allow a single sack last season and is the highest rated interior run blocking returning tackle to their conference, according to Pro Football Focus.
So already, just with that, I can stop right there.
Trey Smith is going to be the anchor to this Tennessee team.
I mean, if you're not allowing even one sack against Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia in, you know, Kentucky, who had a ferocious run defense.
You know, if you're not allowing a single sack on those five teams, I think you're a good player.
I think you're a very solid player, and Trey Smith was just that.
You know, if Tennessee is ever going to get back into the S e c East championship discussion going the half, they're going to have to do it behind Trey Smith, this great run blocker, great pass blocker as well.
Pretty underrated in that aspect.
So we'll definitely see.
We'll see what Trey Smith conduce go offensively next season.
So we're halfway there.
Number six has got to be Naji Harris, nausea Harris, however you want to say his name, but Naji Harris, running back out of Alabama, looks to be very, very solid and you know there are so many great players in the SEC.
I do feel bad for putting Harris so low in these rankings.
I mean, after all, the former recruit rushed for 1224 yards in 13 rushing touchdowns last season.
He also had 300 for receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns while providing some of the most jaw dropping highlights of the 2019 season.
The six foot 2 230 pounder has the power of a Mack truck and the feet of a dancer.
He will be the centerpiece of a high octane Crimson Tide offense in 2020 as they look to get back to the top of the SEC.
Now I know that that's a mouthful.
UM, almost ran out of breath at the end.
But Nagy Harris, you know, he's his biggest Derrick Henry.
We're a strong is Derrick Henry, and he's, you know, a little bit.
He's got a little bit of dolphin cooking.
Him, you know, is very elusive for size, especially at six foot 2 £230 like usually those guys, that that's hypothesize that the running back position don't have a lot of elusiveness or versatility.
Nagy, Harris is a lot of both, so that's going to be very, very helpful for Alabama this next season.
Now number seven is Nick Bolton, a linebacker for Missouri now this junior linebacker for the Tigers notched 107 tackles in 12 games last season and finished atop the conference and tackles per game, which he averaged 8.9.
5 tackles for loss and broke up eight passes on a defense that very quietly finished number four and sec in defensive yards per play.
Bolton is the highest rated returning Rush defender, according to Pro Football Focus and as the rock of UM, a zoo defense that looks to be the strength of the team heading into the 2020 season.
Hey, if you're looking for an underrated player, that could be really good this season.
Look, no further of the Knick Bolton.
I mean, if you're a great linebacker on a trash team in Missouri, chances are that you're a good player and that you could have a breakout year next season.
All right, we have free more guys and then we're done and I'll give you guys a quick recap number eight is Richard account.
Ah, cornerback slash safety for Georgia.
Now Richard Account is only five foot 11 in £180 but the senior defensive back packs the biggest punch in the conference.
He passed on the NFL draft after tallying 61 tackles and four interceptions that come back and be the rock of the Georgia defense that should be one of the best in the country in 2020.
Preferable Focus once again pointed out that out of 1000 and 73 coverage snaps True.
For three seasons, Low Account has allowed exactly one catch of 30 yards or 30 or more yards, so he doesn't give a big place All Richard account.
Very versatile safety.
I do see some Jamal Adams in him, and, like I said, he's not going to become and I identical replica of Richard account.
But he looks to be just a good if not better.
You know, one day, then Jamal Adams.
Account hard hitting, safety rate and coverage.
Great on the safety blitz.
Yeah, looks like it could be really good next season.
Now Number nine is another Alabama upperclassmen, and that is Alex Leatherwood offensive guard now.
This senior did move back the tackle last season after playing guard in 2018 and was a big reason why Alabama's offense was one of the best in the country last season.
He allowed just two sacks, three quarterback hurries in, graded out at 89% and Mr Seven assignments on 752 snaps as a junior.
So 89% of the time, Alex Leatherwood was doing something right pretty solid for an offense of lineman in such a tough conference.
And he was the anchor of an offensive line that finished third in the nation in sacks allowed per game, 0.
92 So going off of that average, Alabama's offensive line didn't even give up a sack a game.
You're pretty darn pretty darn special, if you ask May.
Now Alex Leatherwood could have jumped into the NFL but shows the comeback toe Alabama and the boost his stock in the draft and lead the Crimson Tide, hopefully back to a national title.
If he succeeds, he might.
He might not now last and certainly not least our thumbnail guy.
Actually, if you recognize him at all number 10 Kyle Trask, quarterback out of Florida.
Now I know you guys see the Florida pillow in the back.
If you don't, I don't want to hear any crap. I'm not a bandwagon.
Kyle Trask was special last year.
It was the back up until week free against Kentucky, where Felipe A.
Frank's got hurt.
Trash, stepped in and for the rest of the season, threw for 2000 941 yards last season, which is the best season for a Florida quarterback since 2009.
And he didn't even play the full season.
He didn't get the play the 1st 3 games, which were against cupcakes.
So Trask it have really had a Gator season for the Ages now.
He did also complete 54.
8% of his passes of while under pressure last season, which was the second best mark in the country.
That's not bad for a guy who hasn't been the starting quarterback for a team you know, either in college or high school.
His future does look bright now that he's finally the unquestioned starting quarterback for the Gators, as Felipe A Franks is now in Arkansas.
So that's going to wrap it up here.
I hope that you guys enjoyed this broadcast.
Hope that the Mike helped of sound in that I wasn't speaking too fast.
I got to get back into the rhythm.
We can't Russia guys, but I'll give you as a quick recap before we go.
Number one was Jamaar Chase wide receiver out of L s U Number two was Dylan Moses, a linebacker out of Alabama number for Marie Cailan Hill running back out of Mississippi State Number four was Derek Stingley, Junior defensive back out of L s U Number five was Trey Smith and offensive linemen out of Tennessee.
Number six Naji Harris, running back out of Alabama.
Number seven was Nick Bolton, linebacker out of the zoo.
Number eight was Richard Account.
A defensive back out of Georgia.
Number nine was Alex Leatherwood, an offensive linemen out of Alabama, and number 10 was Kyle Trask, quarterback out of Florida.
So with that being said, once again, I hope you guys enjoyed this.
Broadcast is always and you didn't forget it.
Make sure to keep God number one guys and peace out.
I'll catch you guys in the next broadcast.