2019 College Football Power Five Conference Champions Super Elite 10 Pass Catchers! Ja’Marr Chase, CeeDee Lamb, K.J. Hill, Chris Olave, Justin Jefferson, Tee Higgins, Justyn Ross, Terrance Marshall, Jeremy Ruckert, and Thaddeus Moss! By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and He was Also Selected To The Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team and The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team. Chase Helped Lead Joe Burrow (#9) To The Heisman Trophy Award And To-Become The First SEC Player in SEC History To-Pass for 4,000-Yards and 40 Touchdowns in a Single Season and Become The Most Honored Football Player in LSU Tigers School History.

2019 POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPION ALL-AMERICAN PASS CATCHERS WITH MEARS RATING

Power Five All-American Pass Catchers Includes Players From LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Oregon!

THE POWER FIVE ALL-AMERICAN MEARS RATINGS

OFFENSE

PLAYER                                               Ht Wt  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
Dual QB Joe Burrow (#9) LSU    (6-4, 216, 4.56, 34, 4.32, 110)              3,000
Dual QB Trev Lawrence Clem SO (6-6, 220, 4.62, 36, 4.33, 118, 20)    2,990
Dual QB Justin Fields Ohio St SO (6-3, 223, 4.32, 34-5, 4.16, 126, 25) 2,985
Dual QB Justin Herbert Oregon (6-6, 237, 4.56, 34, 4.36, 110)               2,985
Dual QB Jalen Hurts Oklahoma  (6-2, 218, 4.48, 36, 4.19, 116)               2,980
AP-RB Travis Etienne Clemson   (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)     2,985
AP-RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)   2,985
RB J.K. Dobbins Ohio State          (5-10, 217, 4.32, 39, 4.21, 128, 20)      2,985
RB C.J. Verdell Oregon  SO           (5-9, 210, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 126, 20)       2,980
RB Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma SO (5-11, 216, 4.38, 36, 4.3, 126)           2,952
WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU  SO            (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)      2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,995
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State                 (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15)  2,985
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10)        2,985
SLOT Charleton Rambo OU SO     (6-1, 175, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 128, 10)        2,970
L-FLK Justin Jefferson LSU           (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)      2,990
L-FLK Tee Higgins Clemson           (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)         2,990
R-FLK Justyn Ross Clemson          (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)        2,990
R-FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO(6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10)      2,985
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20)      2,985
TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO            (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20)        2,985    
L-OT Penei Sewell Oregon  SO       (6-5, 325, 4.92, 28, 29, 4.82, 112, 30) 2,990
L-OT Thayer Munford Ohio State (6-5, 310, 5.12, 28, 4.7. 118, 30)            2,935
L-OT Saahdic Charles LSU              (6-5, 295, 5.02, 28, 4.76, 118, 30)         2,915
L-OG Shane Lemieux Oregon         (6-4, 317, 4.96, 28, 4.82, 112, 35)         2,988
L-OG John Simpson Clemson        (6-4, 330, 5.2, 28, 4.98, 112, 30)           2,988
L-OG Jonah Jackson Ohio State   (6-4, 305, 5.12, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)          2,980
L-OG Adrian Magee LSU                  (6-4, 343, 5.26, 28, 5.02, 110, 30)         2,950
L-OG Marquis Hayes Okla  SO       (6-5, 330, 5.26, 24, 5.05, 110, 32)          2,930 
OC Lloyd Cushenberry, III LSU    (6-4, 315, 5.2, 28, 4.86, 112, 30)             2,975
OC Creed Humphrey OU SO           (6-5, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.83, 118, 30)           2,975
OC Josh Myers Ohio State SO        (6-5, 310, 5.11, 30, 5.01, 116, 30)            2,975
R-OG Wyatt Davis Ohio State SO (6-4, 313, 5.02, 28, 4.79, 110, 30)           2,990
R-OG Damien Lewis LSU                (6-3, 332, 5.02, 37-5, 4.72, 122, 40)       2,976
R-OG Gage Cervenka Clemson      (6-3, 325, 5.02, 28, 4.92, 116, 30)          2.910
R-OT Andrew Thomas Georgia     (6-6, 320, 5.1, 28, 4.3, 110, 30)               2,990
R-OT Calvin Throckmorton Oregon (6-5, 318, 5.1, 28, 4.76, 110, 30)        2,976   
R-OT Tremayne Anchrum Clem   (6-2, 315, 4.92, 30, 4.78, 116, 30)           2,976   
R-OT Branden Bowen Ohio State (6-7, 315, 5.12, 28, 4.88, 116, 32)            2,928
R-OT Adrian Ealy Oklahoma          (6-6, 328, 5.22, 28, 5.02, 108, 30)         2,926

DEFENSE

PLAYER                                             HT   WT  Forty  VJ Shuttle SBJ  Reps MEARS
EDGE Chase Young Ohio State   (6-5, 265, 4.45, 32, 4.3, 126, 35)              2,998
EDGE Kayvon Thibodeaux Ore TF-AA (6-5, 242, 4.5, 32, 4.3, 116, 30)    2,994
EDGE K’Lavon Chasson LSU SO (6-4, 250, 4.56, 37, 4.31, 126, 30)           2,990
EDGE Jalen Redmond OU RF      (6-3, 266, 4.53, 36, 4.33, 126, 30)          2,972
S-DE Rashard Lawrence LSU      (6-3, 317, 4.92, 32, 4.83, 116, 30)            2,984
S-DE Ronnie Perkins OU SO        (6-4, 251, 4.66, 32, 4.36, 120, 30)           2,952
S-DE Tyreke Smith Ohio State    (6-4, 267, 4.62, 32, 4.52, 116, 30)            2,932
NG Neville Gallimore OU              (6-2, 311, 4.72, 32, 4.4, 116, 30)                2,977
NG Tyler Davis Clemson TF-AA (6-2, 295, 5.0, 32, 4.8, 110, 30)                 2,940
DT Jashon Cornell Ohio State    (6-3, 285, 4.76, 32, 4.5, 120, 30)              2,970
DT Davon Hamilton Ohio State (6-4, 310, 5.06, 28, 4.86, 116, 30)            2,940 
WLB Isaiah Simmons Clemson  (6-4, 230, 4.36, 39, 4.15, 129, 25)           2,996
WLB Chad Smith Clemson           (6-3, 245, 4.56, 40, 4.0, 126, 20)            2,980
WLB Patrick Queen LSU               (6-2, 227, 4.4, 38-5, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,964
MLB Ken Murray Oklahoma       (6-2, 234, 4.42, 36, 4.24, 126, 25)           2,966
MLB Troy Dye Oregon                    (6-4, 226, 4.48, 36, 4.34, 126, 20)          2,995
MLB Jacob Phillips LSU                (6-4, 230, 4.52, 36, 4.32, 122, 22)           2,978
SLB Tanner Muse Clemson          (6-3, 230, 4.36, 38, 4,16, 126, 20)           2,990
SLB Malik Harrison Ohio State  (6-3, 251, 4.44, 36, 4.22, 122, 30)           2,980
L-CB Kristian Fulton LSU              (6-1, 188, 4.32, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)           2,986
L-CB Damon Arnette Ohio State (6-0, 195, 4.33, 38, 4.16, 128, 10)           2,980
L-CB A.J. Terrell Clemson             (6-2, 190, 4.36, 39, 4.13, 128, 18)           2,970
R-CB Derek Stingley LSU TF-AA (6-1, 190, 4.3, 42, 4.19, 128, 15)              2,995
R-CB Jeff Okudah Ohio State       (6-1, 200, 4.32, 38, 4.22, 128, 10)          2,995
R-CB Parnell Motley Oklahoma  (6-1, 180, 4.38, 36, 4.12, 126, 10)           2,975
SS Grant Delpit LSU                         (6-3, 203, 4.37, 38, 4.04, 128, 20)        2,995
SS K’Von Wallace Clemson           (5-11, 205, 4.42, 39, 4.21, 126, 20)        2,985
FS Jordan Fuller Ohio State          (6-2, 205, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 22}        2,980
FS Jacoby Stevens LSU                   (6-2, 228, 4.42, 38, 4.22, 128, 20)         2,980

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker Gabe Brkic Oklahoma    (6-2, 196)                  (17-17 FG,   99 PTS    2,910
Kicker Cade York LSU TF-AA    (6-2, 189, 4.72)       (21-25 FG, 137 PTS   2,900
Kicker Blake Haubeil Ohio St    (6-4, 225)                 (10-12 FG, 113 PTS    2,900
Kicker B.T. Potter Clemson SO (5-10, 180)               (12-19 FG, 110 PTS    2,900
Punter Drue Chrisman Ohio St (6-3, 220, 4.82)      (44.1 Ave, 61 Long    2,900
Punter Zach Von Rosenberg LSU (6-5, 240)             (42.7 Ave, 57 Long    2,900
Punter Will Spiers Clemson       (6-5, 220)                 (42.5 Ave, 64 Long   2,900
Punter Reeves Mundschau Okla (5-11, 180)              (42.2 Ave, 67 Long   2,900
K-RET Travis Etienne Clemson (5-10, 210, 4.32, 39, 4.13, 128, 20)          2,985
K-RET Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1, 126, 20)     2,985
P-RET CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)              2,995

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES II

Most High School and College Football Players Do Not Even Know What Their Measurables Are and You Would Think That They Would Know, But They Do Not. Many Times, a High School Football Player or a College Football Player Will List what he thinks is His Best Forty-Yard Dash Time as a 4.8 and Then Twenty Minutes Later He Will-Run a 4.6 Forty or better. 

In Evaluating These Final All-American Football Players, I Did a Tremendous Amount of Evaluation Research, Including The Highlight Film Evaluations on 100% of The Top-Rated Players. All of Their Forties Are as Accurate as Possible and Many of These Forties Were Shocking.

Most All of The Vertical Jumps, Which is a Jumping Measurable, Were Accurate and Their Standing Broad Jumps Were Approximated and Based on Their Vertical Jump. Their Bench Press Reps Were Based on Their Maximum Bench Press and Given The Maximum Points Past Their Position Standards.

Kickers, Punters, and Offensive Linemen Either Do Not Go To Camps or Do Not Do Well and Are Evaluated By The Super Scout!

 

 

 

College Football Weekly MVP’S Week #15 
 By Super Scout Max Emfinger

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FAB 5 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #15
FAB 5 ALL-PURPOSE RB MVP’S WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE OFFENSIVE LINEMEN – WEEK #15
SUPER ELITE TOP 20 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #15

MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS #15

WR Ja’Marr Chase LSU  SO            (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10)      2,997
WR CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma         (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10)          2,995
SLOT K.J. Hill Ohio State                 (6-0, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15)  2,985
SLOT Chris Olave Ohio State  SO  (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10)        2,985
L-FLK Justin Jefferson LSU           (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10)      2,990
L-FLK Tee Higgins Clemson           (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19)        2,985
R-FLK Justyn Ross Clemson          (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10)       2,990
R-FLK Terrance Marshall LSU SO(6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10)      2,985
TE Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State SO (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20)      2,985
TE Thaddeus Moss LSU  SO            (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20)       2,985 

ELITE 10 HONORABLE MENTION PASS CATCHERS

R-FLK Austin Mack Ohio State    (6-2, 215, 4.4, 38, 4.16, 126, 15)             2,978
L-FLK Juwan Johnson Oregon     (6-4, 231, 4.32, 34, 4.12, 118, 15)          2,976
L-FLK Binjimen Victor Ohio St   (6-5, 199, 4.33, 36, 4.16, 120, 15)           2,975
R-FLK Joe Ngata Clemson  TF      (6-3, 215, 4.42, 36, 4.16, 122, 15)          2,975
WR Garrett Wilson Ohio St
TF    (6-0, 188, 4.4, 36, 4.2, 128, 10)              2,975
WR Charleton Rambo OU SO       (6-1, 175, 4.33, 38, 4.28, 128, 10)          2,970
WR Johnny Johnson III Oregon (6-0, 199, 4.42, 36, 4.22, 10)                   2,968 
SLOT Amari Rodgers Clemson      (5-10, 210, 4.46, 36, 4.26, 120, 15)      2,965
L-FLK Diondre Overton Clemson (6-4, 210, 4.36, 32, 4.16, 118, 10)        2,963
SLOT Jaylon Redd Oregon              (5-8, 180, 4.36, 38, 4.13, 126, 10)        2,060

SPECIAL SCOUTING NOTES

Sophomore = SO
True Freshman All-American = TF-AA
Redshirt Freshman = RF

POWER FIVE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
SUPER ELITE TOP 10 PASS CATCHERS
WEEK #15

WEEK #15 SUPER ELITE TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE/PASS CATCHING WIDE RECEIVER AND TIGHT END MVP’S INCLUDE:

WR Ja’Marr Chase (6-1, 200, 4.38, 38, 4.09, 132, 10) With 3 Catches For 41-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Which Might Not Sound Like an MVP, But This is The Game For Chase After Catching 8 Passes For 227-Yards and 3 TD in Game #12 Against The #1 Team in The Country. After 13 Games, in The 2019 Season, Sophomore Chase (#1) Has Recorded an Incredible 73 Pass-Catches For 1,498-Yards and an Incredible 18 Touchdown Catches In a 13-0 Season Before The Peach Bowl on December 28 and With another Incredible 20.52 Yards Per Catch Average.

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Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team
The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team 
The Fred Biletnikoff Award
– Best Wide Receiver In College Football –

With all of These Mind-Boggling Pass-Catching Stats, Chase (#1) Was Also Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and He was Also Selected To The Walter Camp Foundation All-American First-Team and The Sports Illustrated All-American First Team.

One of The Most Incredible Assets of Ja’Marr Chase is That He Long-Jumped 24-2 Feet, in High School, Which is One of His Greatest Athletic Achievements and These Tremendous Jumping Skills Have Helped Him Catch Incredible Passes as He Tied The SEC Conference Record For Touchdown Pass Receptions in a Season With 18 Touchdown Pass-Catches.

Chase Also Led The Country in Touchdown Catches With 18 and In  Receiving Yards with 1,498-Yards With 73 Catches. Chase is the only player in The LSU Tigers School History With Two 200-Yard Receiving Games During The Regular Season. 

WR Tee Higgins (6-4, 215, 4.33, 38, 4.13, 126, 19) With 9 Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The ACC Conference Championship Game, both Bests in an ACC Championship Game. With This Incredible Game, With 9 Pass-Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, Higgins Was Awarded With The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award. Higgins is One of The Best All-Time Wide Receivers in The Clemson Tigers History, and There is an Interesting Discussion Concerning Him After The Tigers 62-17 Victory Over The Virginia Cavaliers in The ACC Conference Championship Game.

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In This ACC Conference Championship Game, Tee Higgins (#5) Caught 7 Passes For 117-Yards and 2 Touchdowns…In The First Half. He Then Added 65-Yards and Another Touchdown in The Second Half, Giving Him The 9 Catches For 182-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The ACC Conference Championship Game, both Bests in an ACC Championship Game and The ACC Conference Championship Game MVP Award. The #3 Ranked Defending National Champions Completely Demolished The #22 Ranked Virginia Cavaliers For Their Fifth ACC Conference Championship. The Tigers Also Won Their 28th Straight Game and Became The First ACC Conference Program To-Win 28 Games in a Row.

In The ACC Conference Championship Game, Early in The Second Quarter, The Clemson Tigers Were Winning 17-7, But They Were Facing a Second and Six At Midfield When Super Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Was Flushed Out of The Pocket and He Threw to Higgins on The Right Sideline. Lawrence Thought That The Pass Was Way Out of Bounds, But The Football Came-Down In The General Vicinity of Where Higgins Had Run His Pass-Pattern. Lawrence Had Thrown The Football To a Spot Where He Thought The Football Would Go Out-Of-Bounds, Before He Was Going To-Be Tackled For a Loss. No one Told Higgins That The Football Was Going Out-Of-Bounds and Save The Loss, and So He Reached-Out With His 6-4 Frame and and With His Left Foot In-Bounds and Grabbed The Pass For The Most Incredible Pass-Catch of The Season That Went for 7-Yards and an Unbelievable First-Down.

This Pass-Catch Was a Perfect Example of The Incredible Pass-Catching Talent of Higgins. At 6-4 and 215 Pounds, Higgins Is a Physical Mismatch Against Every Single Cornerback Defender Trying To Cover Him.

With This 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch In The Second Quarter to put the Tigers up 30-7 in The ACC Conference Championship Game. This Touchdown Pass-Catch Was His Second Touchdown Pass-Catch of The Game, and With This Pass-Catch, Higgins Becomes The First Clemson Tiger Player in School History To-Catch a Multiple of Touchdowns in Three Consecutive Games. Higgins Also Has a Five-Game Touchdown Streak With a Touchdown and Posted The 11th 1,000-Yard Receiving Season in Clemson School History.

Higgins Finished The 13-0 Regular Season in 2019 With 52 Pass-Catches For 1,083-Yards and 13 Touchdowns, With a 20.8 Yards Per Catch Average. He Earned a Berth on The Atlantic Coast Conference Second Team in 2018 and First Team in 2019. Higgins Caught 59 Passes and 12 Touchdowns in 2018. 

AP/WR/KO CeeDee Lamb (6-2, 191, 4.32, 38, 4.2, 128, 10) With 8 Catches For 173-Yards and He Had 2 Punt Returns For Another 1-Yard, Giving Him 174-Yards of Total Offense and 1 Touchdown in The Big-12 Championship Game.

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In 2017, as a Freshman, Lamb (#2) Caught 46 Passes For 807-Yards and 7 Touchdowns and Then in 2018, as a Sophomore, He Caught 65 Passes For 1,158-Yards and 11 More Touchdowns. Then, in 2019, Lamb Was Outstanding as He Caught 58 Passes For 1,208-Yards and 14 Touchdowns and He Had a Sensational 20.83 Yards Per Catch Average. With This Spectacular Junior Season, Lamb Was Selected as One of The Fred Biletnikoff Award Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and Finished Second Behind Ja’Marr Chase. Lamb Also Joined Chase on The Walter Camp Foundation First Team All-American and The Sports Illustrated First Team All-American. As a Senior in High School, Lamb Was Unbelievably Sensational as He Caught 98 Passes for 2,032-Yards and 33 Touchdowns and a 20.73 Average Per Catch. He Also Had 3 Punt Returns For Touchdown, Giving Him 36 Touchdowns.

Lamb Has Incredible Hands and Incredible Ball-Skills and Super-Star Quarterback Jalen Hurts Uses Him as His Favorite Target. In Several Highlight Films, Lamb Made Several Unbelievable One-Handed Catches and He Also Made “One Mind-Bogging” Diving Catch For a Touchdown in The Back of The End-Zone. Obviously, I Have Not Seen Every Great Wide Receiver in College Football, but Chase and Lamb Finished One and Two in The Fred Biletnikoff Award Trophy Finalists as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country and I Would Have To Say That They Are The Two Very Best, With Higgins and Jefferson in College Football.

WR Justin Jefferson (6-3, 192, 4.37, 38-5, 4.2, 128, 10) With 7 Catches For 115-Yards and 1 Touchdown in The SEC Conference Championship Game; But This is His Fourth College Football MVP Award of The 13-0 Season. In Week #2 of The Season, Against The Texas Longhorns, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and Then in Week #5 Against Utah State, Jefferson Caught Another 9 Passes For 155-Yards and 2 More Touchdowns.

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Then, in Game #6, Against The Florida Gators, Jefferson Caught 10 Passes For 123-Yards and Another Touchdown. In Game #10, Against The Ole Miss Rebels, Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 112-Yards. For The 13-0 Season, Before The Semi-Final Peach Bowl Game, Jefferson Had Caught an Incredible 88 Pass-Catches From Joe Burrow For 1,207-Yards and an Incredible 14 Touchdowns, Just Behind Ja’Marr Chase, Who Was Selected as The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner as The Top Wide Receiver in The Country.

WR Justyn Ross (6-4, 205, 4.38, 38, 4.12, 128, 10) With 3 Catches For 94-Yards and 1 Touchdown and an Incredible 31.3-Yards Per Catch Average in The ACC Conference Championship Game; and Although He Has Had Other Incredible Games, Like in The 2019 National Championship Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide When He Caught 6 Passes For 153-Yards and a Touchdown In-Helping Lead The Clemson Tigers To The 2019 National Championship.

SANTA CLARA, CA - JANUARY 07: Justyn Ross #8 of the Clemson Tigers makes a one handed reception against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the College Football Playoff National Championship held at Levi's Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. Clemson defeated Alabama 44-16. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)

Justyn Ross (#8) Might Be The Biggest Super Freak In This Super Wide Receiver Pass-Catch Story. He Arrived on The Clemson Tigers Campus From The State of Alabama As The Hottest Wide Receiver Prospect in The Country. With His Physical Assets, Including Size, Speed, and Strength, He Was a Critical “Must-Sign” Recruit For Both The Alabama Crimson Tide and The Auburn Tigers, But Both of Them Could Not Keep Him at Home; And After a Slow Start, The Total Impact of Justyn Ross To The Clemson Tigers Has Been Unbelievably Staggering.

The Staggering Impact By Justyn Ross is A Lot More Than Just Catching The Deep-Pass-Catch For Incredible Touchdown Passes From Super-Star Quarterback Trevor Lawrence. It Was More Like Giving Lawrence The Confidence That He Would Go-Up and Catch The 50-50 Passes When Most Receivers Would Not. The Big-Play Skills of Ross After The catch and His Uncanny Ability To High-Point 50-50 Balls Already Place Him Among The Super Elite at His Position.

In The Late Going, Of The Third Quarter of The 2019 National Championship Game Against The Alabama Crimson Tide, The Clemson Tigers Held a 37-16 Lead, But Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban Was Very Familiar With This Stage of The Game and He Knew That The Game Was Not Over. 

SANTA CLARA, CA - JANUARY 07:  Justyn Ross #8 and Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Clemson Tigers react against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi's Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo

In 2018, Star True-Freshman Quarterback Trevor Lawrence (#16) Was Having a Tremendous Game, in Up-Setting The Tide Defense Like Few Other Offenses Had Ever Done. It Was On a 3rd Down and 9 To-Go and He Had Just Thrown The Pass, But The Football Was Drifting Behind The Intended Target, But That Intended Target Was Fellow True-Freshman Justyn Ross.

Now Remember! There Were Literally 100 NFL Scouts Watching This Game, As Ross Leaps-Up (In The Photo Above) and Extends His Hand Over The Crimson Tide Defender And Snatches The Pass! The Incredible Play Happened As The Football Hardly Moved From The Second That It Arrived in His Control. Four Plays Later, The Clemson Tigers Scored Again and With The Kick, Had a Comfortable Advantage With a 44-16 Lead.

“Justyn Ross Can Be as Good as he wants to be,” says Clemson Co-Offensive Coordinator Tony Elliott. “He is As good as Anyone We Have Ever  had.”

Ross Was Selected To Several Freshman All-American Teams as He Recorded 46 Pass-Catches For a Clemson Tigers Team-High 1,000-Yards and With 9 Touchdowns. He Also Earned All-Bowl Team Honors From Several Selections, Including The Associated Press. Ross Also Scored a Touchdown on a 15-Yard Pass-Catch in His First College Football Game Against Furman.

After The First 13 Games, In 2019, Ross Had Recorded 55 Pass-Catches For 742-Yards and 8 Touchdowns. He Also Had Averaged 13.5-Yards Per Catch, But The Interesting Thing About This Super-Star is That Against Top 25 Teams, Ross Had Averaged an Impressive 18.8-Yards Per Catch.

Obviously, The NFL Scouts Can Not Wait Until Both Justyn Ross and His Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Can Be Drafted #1 Into The NFL,

WR Chris Olave (6-1, 185, 4.33, 40, 4.19, 132, 10) With 5 Catches For 94-Yards, Including a Beautiful 50-Yard Pass-Catch in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory Over Wisconsin; and Although This is Only His Second College Football Weekly MVP Award, His First Weekly MVP Was Against The Rutgers Scarlet Knights in Week #9 As He Caught 4 Passes For 139-Yards, Including One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catches of The Year in The Big-10 Conference and Also in The FBS College Football Season This Year in The Entire Country.

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Early in The Third Quarter with The Buckeyes Already Leading 35-7, The Incredible Super-Star Chris Olave Was Sprinting Down The Right Sideline and as He Entered The End-Zone He Was Bowled-Over by a Couple of The Rutgers Scarlet Knight Defenders. It Was Immediately Called A Pass Interference, but The Football Was Already in The Air and Coming-Down and While Olave Was Falling-Back To The Ground, He Made an Incredible and Spectacular Pass-Catch as He Kept His Hands on The Football, and Was Able To-Grab The Football Around His Ankles and Keep From Hitting The Ground. Just The Fact Olave Was Able To-Grab The Football and Hold on To It Against His Legs While Getting Past The Contact Was Amazing.

Of Course, The Obvious Pass Interference Penalty Was Declined By The Ohio State Buckeyes Head Football Coach Ryan Day.

The Ohio State Buckeyes Freak Wide Receiver Chris Olave is Unbelievably Versatile and He Can Do So Many Other Things Than Just Make Spectacular Touchdown Pass-Catches. This is Only His Second Year With The #2 Ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and He is Already One of Their Top All-Purpose Players.

Olave Has Already Blocked a Punt, Leads All Ohio State Pass Receivers in Pass-Catching Yardage With an Incredible 799-Yards and Touchdown Pass-Catches With 11, and an Average Yards Per Catch With 16.4 Yards Per Catch.

In 2018, As A True-Freshman, Chris Olave Was an Unbelievable Difference-Maker For The Buckeyes, making a Huge Name for Himself as a Big-Play True-Freshman Wide Receiver and Also on The Ohio State Buckeye Special Teams. After Catching Only 2 Passes in The First Nine Games, Olave Finished The 2018 Season With 199-Yards of Pass-Catching Yardage, 3 Touchdowns, and an Incredible 16.4 Yards Per Catch Average.

In Those Last Five Games, Olave Was Unbelievable. In The Tenth Game, He Caught 2 Touchdown Passes and Blocked a Punt, Leading To Another Touchdown, in The 62-39 Victory In The Michigan Wolverines Game. His Two Touchdowns Against The Wolverines Were Both For 24-Yards. Then, a Week Later, Against The #21 Northwestern Wildcats in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game, Olave Had a Career-High 5 Catches For 79-Yards and A Touchdown In The Buckeyes To 45-24 Win Over The Wildcats.

Olave Sat-Out His Junior Year in High School at Mission Hills, California  After Transferring From Eastlake High School. Since He Did Not Play as a Junior, he Was Never Able To-Get on The Major College Coaching Lists, To Be Heavily Recruited, But He Became A High School Senior Super Freak.

In His Senior Year in High School, Olave Was a Three-Sport Super Athlete in Football, Basketball, and Track. In Track, Olave Ran a 10.8 in The 100-Meters  and He Also Long-Jumped 23-Feet, Six Inches. In Football, Olave Caught Two Touchdown Passes of 82-Yards and 18-Yards; Plus a 60-Yard Punt Return For A Touchdown in The Quarter-Final Game, Heading To The Championship. 

Then, In The San Diego Section Open Division State Championship Game, Olave Caught 12 Passes for 150-Yards and a Touchdown and Finished his Incredible Senior Season With Record-Breaking Pass-Catches as He Caught  93 Passes for a San Diego Section-Record With 1,764-Yards and 26 Touchdowns as Mission Hills Posted a 12-1 Record.

Chris Olave is an Ohio State Buckeye Head Coach Ryan Day Special Recruit. Although Olave Was Not That Heavily Recruited on a The Nationwide-Basis, Head Coach Ryan Day Ironically Discovered Him on a Recruiting Trip To California. Olave Was Sensational as a True Freshman and He Was Even More Sensational as a Sophomore, in Helping The Ohio State Buckeyes and Their Tremendous Passing Success in 2019. Chris Olave Will Eventually Become a Super Freak In The NFL.

WR Terrance Marshall (6-4, 209, 4.38, 36, 4.23, 120, 10) With 5 Catches For 89-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Giving Him 37 Catches For 545-Yards and an Amazing 10 Touchdowns After a 13-0 Start. Marshall Made a 7-Yard Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers a 14-0 Lead and Then Marshall Caught a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass in The Third Quarter, Giving The Tigers a 27-3 Lead in The SEC Conference Championship Game; Against The Georgia Bulldogs.

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Marshall (#6) Has Just Beaten Two or Three Georgia Bulldog Defenders and He Has Just Finished Making His First 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch In The First-Quarter With 12-Seconds Left To-Give The LSU Tigers Their 14-0 Lead In The SEC Conference Championship Game; in The Mercedes-Benz Football Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Terrance Marshall is a Very Special Athletic Freak That Brings an Incredible Blend of Size, Speed, Quickness, and a Huge Target Down The Sidelines or on a Quick Slant, Across The Middle. Marshall Ran a 4.5 Forty in High School When He Was a Five-Star #1 Wide Receiver Recruit and #1 Prospect In The State of Louisiana, Coming-Out of Bossier City Parkway High School, With Over 30 Scholarship Offers.

As a Junior in High School, Marshall Caught 55 Passes For 1,250-Yards, But He Was Injured For Most of His Senior Season. Since His 4.5 Forty in High School, Marshall Has Since Recorded a 4.38 Forty or Better and He Has Also Recorded a Couple of Pro-Shuttles in The 4.23 Area.

Two Other Unbelievable Talents For Marshall Are His Uncanny Ability To-Be Able To Grab The Football Completely-Out of a Defenders Hands. With His Huge Hands and Skills, Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Discovered Him Real Early in The First Game of The Season and He Realized That Marshall Was a Tremendous Target For Short Passes in The Red-Zone, as Evident in This SEC Conference Championship Game.

Marshall Also Runs Great Pass-Routes and Creates Great Separation From Defenders in Really Tight Spaces and He Also Has Tremendous Hands and Makes Really Tough Catches in Traffic; Just like in This Game With a 7-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The First Quarter With 12-Seconds Left and Then He Had a 4-Yard Touchdown Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter.

Marshall is The Third Incredible Member of The LSU Tigers Record-Setting Wide Receiver Team, Alongside The Fred Biletnikoff Award Winner Ja’Marr Chase and All SEC Conference Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson and They All Three Started in The First Game of The 2019 Season, Along With Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss and Super All-Purpose Running Back Clyde “The Spin-Move” Edwards-Helaire, But Something Happened in That Fourth Game After The First Three Games, But The First Game Still Was Especially Special For Marshall as Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdowns.

In That First Game of The Season, Against Georgia Southern, Marshall Only Caught 4 Passes For 31-Yards, But Burrow Found Him For Three Touchdown Pass-Catches. Those 3 Touchdown Passes Included an 8-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; Another 3-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter; and Still Another 11-Yard Touchdown in The Second Quarter.

The LSU Tigers Unleashed Their New Spread Offense Scheme and They Scored 21 Points in The First Quarter Which is a Feat That They Had Never Done in Recent History. Their 55 Total Points Scored Was The Most in a Non-Overtime Game Since Scoring 63 Points Against New Mexico State in 2014. 

In One of The Most Incredible Games Ever in FBS College Football History, The LSU Tigers Had Three Wide Receivers Against The Texas Longhorns That Caught Passes For Over 100-Yards. Jefferson Caught 9 Passes For 163-Yards and 3 Touchdowns; Marshall Caught 6 Passes For 123-Yards and a Touchdown; and Chase Caught 8 Passes For 147-Yards. Moss Also Caught 2 Passes For Another 61-Yards. Burrow Passed For 471-Yards Against The Texas Longhorns, and The LSU Tigers Beat The Longhorns By a 45-38 Score. 

Marshall Started All 10 of The Games That He Played. He is Also The Third Fabulous Wide Receiver For The Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow and Burrow Has Used All Three of Them. 

After The Fourth Game of The 2019 Football Season, Against Vanderbilt, Terrance Marshall Was The Leading Pass Receiver For The LSU Tigers and He Was Also Leading The Country in Touchdown Pass-Catches With 6 Touchdowns, With 20 Catches For 304-Yards, But in This Vanderbilt Game, Marshall Was Injured and He Missed The Next Three Straight Games Against Utah State, The Florida Gators, and The Mississippi State Bulldogs.

After Having Foot Surgery and Missing The Three Games, Marshall Came Back, Into The Starting Lineup Against The Auburn Tigers and Caught 2 Passes For 29-Yards and a Touchdown. Heisman Trophy Award Winning Quarterback Joe Burrow Threw 48 Touchdowns in 13 Games and He Averaged 3.69 Touchdowns Per Game, But Burrow Only Threw One Touchdown Against The Auburn Tigers and it Was To Marshall.

As Burrow Was Getting Use-To The Privilege and Advantage of Having and Using Terrance Marshall Again, He Quickly Hit Him on a Crucial and Critical 20-Yard Touchdown Pass With 12:28 Left in The Second Quarter, Giving The LSU Tigers a Huge Confidence-Builder With a 7-3 Lead.

Super Wide Receivers Ja’Marr Chase and  Terrance Marshall, Along With  Super Tight End Thaddeus Moss Will Become The LSU Tiger Record-Setting Starters in 2020 and They Will Become Top 2021 NFL Draft Choices. 

WR K.J. Hill (6-1, 199, 4.32, 40-5, 3.88, 128, 15) With 7 Pass-Catches For 83-Yards and 2 Touchdowns in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game; and Entering The Wisconsin Badgers Game With 188 Career Pass-Catches, He Only Needed 4 Pass-Catches From Breaking The David Boston Ohio State Buckeyes Career Pass-Catchng RecordWide Receiver K.J. Hill (#14) is Carrying The Football Down The Football Field of The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers in Their 34-21 Victory For The Buckeyes

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With This Pass-Catching Effort, Hill Became The Ohio State Buckeyes All-Time School Leader in Pass-Catches For The Buckeyes; Passing David Boston. His First Touchdown Was a 16-Yard Pass-Catch in The Third Quarter With 2:23 Left in The Third Quarter and Gave The Buckeyes a 24-21 Lead. His Second Touchdown Came Shortly Later in The Fourth Quarter With a 13-Yard Touchdown With 12:04 Left in The Game and Gave The Bucks a 31-21 Lead.

After The Wisconsin Badgers Game, Hill Had 57 Pass-Catches For 636-Yards and 10 Touchdowns For The Year; Plus Incredible Career Stats With 201 Pass-Catches For 2,322-Yards and 20 Touchdowns. Hill and His Buckeye Teammates Remain 13-0 and Undefeated. Hill and Olave Should be The Two Main Targets of Super-Star Quarterback Justin Fields in The First Playoff Game Against The Clemson Tigers. Hill Finished The Game With More Pass-Catches Than Any Ohio State Buckeye Player in Buckeye School History, During That Second Half When The Buckeyes Scored 27 Unanswered Points.

At his 70 Pass-Catch Pace from Last Season, It Was Thought That Hill Would Have Broken The Pass-Catch Record A Few Games Ago, But With The Heavier Run-Emphasis, Hill Had To-Wait Until The Game #13 To-Break The Record.

“I just Wanted To-Lead The Team to The Big-10 Conference Championship,” Hill said. “I Know how it feels to be In That Stadium with The Confetti Falling, and I Wanted That Feeling Again For My Senior Year and I Got it.”

TE Jeremy Ruckert (6-6, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.26, 118, 20) With an Incredible One-Handed, Clutch Catch, in The Back of The End-Zone For a Touchdown To Start The Ohio State Buckeyes Comeback Victory Against The Wisconsin Badgers and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14 in The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory.

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In The Ohio State Buckeyes Season Opening Game Against The Florida Atlantic Owls, Jeremy Ruckert (#88) Was Incredible as He Caught 4 Passes, Including 2 Pass Catches For Touchdowns. In That Florida Atlantic Game, Justin Fields Passed For 234-Yards and 4 Touchdowns and Ran For Another 61-Yards and a Touchdown; While J.K. Dobbins Rushed For 91-yards and a Touchdown and Had 1 Pass-Catch For Another 14-Yards and Ruckert Had 4 Pass-Catches For 38-Yards, Including a 25-Yard Touchdown Catch in The First Quarter, Giving The Buckeyes a 14-0 Lead and a 3-Yard Touchdown-Catch in The Second Quarter, Giving Them a 35-6 Lead.

Oh Yes! Chase Young Recorded 1.5 Sacks and Jeff Okudah Recorded 6 Tackles, 1 Tackle for a Loss, and 1 Pass Breakup. So, it Appeared That Fields, Dobbins, and Ruckert Were Going To-Be The Ohio State Stars on Offense and Young and Okudah Were Gong To-Be The Ohio State Stars On Defense, But It Did Not Happen That Way.

In The Ohio State Buckeyes Next 11 Games, The Super Tight End Freak Jeremy Ruckert, Had a Grand Total of Only 8 Pass-Catches and Only 1 Touchdown. With All of The Other Ohio State Buckeye Super Stars Being Voted To The Big-10 Conference First Team and Various All-American Teams, Where Has Jeremy Ruckert Been?

So With The Super Sophomore Tight End Made The Ohio State Buckeyes “Play Of The Game” There Seems To-Be The Obvious Temptation To Believe That It Was Long Overdue, But With a 13-0 Record and in The Playoffs, It is Difficult To See Anything Wrong, But The Buckeyes May Have Finally  Rediscovered Ruckert as a Huge and Outstanding Target.

In The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Against The Wisconsin Badgers, All-American Quarterback Justin Fields and The Buckeyes Offensive Line Had Struggled in The Early Part of The Game, as They Had Given-Up 3 Quarterback Sacks, But Fields Had Just Taken The Buckeyes on a Five-Play 75-Yard Drive That Was Going To-End With “The Play Of The Game” and Cutting The Badgers Lead To 21-14.

As Fields Dropped-Back To-Pass, The Speedy Ruckert Raced-Past Several Badger Defenders Trying To-Cover Him. Then, All of a Sudden, Found-Out That He Had Broken-Free and Was Completely Open, In The Clear For an Easy Touchdown, But Fields Completely Overthrow Him Ruckert Reached-Up and With His Right-Hand Grabbed The Football Just Before He Stepped Out of The End-Zone and Cut The Badgers Lead To 21-14.

The Buckeyes Then Scored Another 20-Points and Held Scoreless, and Won The Game 34-21, In Giving Them The Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory. This Big-10 Conference Championship Game Victory All Began With “The Play Of The Game” Super Pass-Catch By Jeremy Ruckert.

Ruckert is a Very Special Talent as a Pass-Catching Tight End, as “The Play Of The Game Catch” Demonstrated. I Watched About 10 of His Highlight Films and in Every Single One, He Made At Least 1 One-Handed Catch and Several Pass-Catches With At least Two or Three Pass Defenders All-Over-Him. He Had Over 40 Offers Coming Out of Lindenhurst, New York, as The 2017 New York Gatorade Player of The Year, The First Question Might Be Why He Would Want To-Go To a School That Seldom Passes To Tight Ends.

Jeremy is an Unbelievable Pass-Catching Super Freak. He Might Be The Best Tight End in The Country and He Will Become an NFL #1 Draft Choice in Either The 2021 or 2022 NFL Draft.

TE Thaddeus Moss (6-3, 249, 4.52, 34, 4.32, 122, 20) With 2 Catches For 16-Yards in The SEC Conference Championship Game Victory; This Game Is Obviously Not His Best SEC Conference Game, After Leading The LSU Tigers With The Most Catches In LSU School History As a Tight End With 38 Pass Catches For 435-Yards, 1 Touchdown and a 11.4-Yards Per Catch Average. 

Moss is Another Unbelievable Tight End Super Freak That Compares To Ruckert On His Various Highlight Films With Numerous One-Handed Catches. In The Past Four SEC Conference Game Victories; Against Arkansas in Game #12 With 4 Catches For 68-Yards; Ole Miss in Game #11 With 5 Catches For 63-Yards; Alabama in Game #10 With 6 Catches For 46-Yards; and Auburn in Game #9 With 7 Catches For 45-Yards; Thaddeus Moss (#81) Has Been One of The Best Tight Ends in The SEC And Also in The Country.

In Fact, Moss Was Special in The Alabama Game, as He Made One of The Most Incredible Pass-Catch Plays (In The Photo) in LSU School History and The Play Will Always Be Destined To-Become One of The Most Defining Pass-Catches In LSU Tigers School History. On This Incredible Play, In What Will Always be Remembered as One of the better catches in The LSU Tigers Football School History, Moss Was Never Completely Sure Whether His Feet Were In-Bounds When He Made The Incredible Catch. “I Knew it was Close, But I Did Not Know If I Was In-Bounds or Out-Of-Bounds,” Moss Said.

The Incredible Pass-Catch Against The Alabama Crimson Tide Will Always Be Remembered By The LSU Players and Fans For Moss, The Pass-Catch Meant More Than Just a 16-Yard First Down and a Place in The Tigers Football School History. When Moss Made The Incredible Catch, The Alabama Fans Were in Dismay, Thinking That Moss Was Out-Of Bounds, But To-Much of The Alabama Fans Dismay, Moss was In-Bounds.

Moss Had-Run Out-Of-Bounds, Just Before The Catch, But He Was Ruled to Have Been Forced Out-Of-Bounds by an Alabama Defender, Which Allowed Him to Come-Back In-Bounds and Catch The Football. This Play Reminds Me of The Kind of Plays That His Dad, Randy Moss Used To Make as He Became an NFL Hall-Of-Fame Wide Receiver, But Thaddeus Moss Was Only Trying To Make a Name For Himself as An LSU Tiger Football Super-Star.

“You Have Got To Cover Thad,” Joe Burrow said. “People Have Known This All Year. Thad Makes Catches Like That in Practice, so That Catch Was Just Another Incredible Catch For Thad. Maybe It Runs in The Moss Family.” The Burrow-Moss Passing-Connection is One That Has Blossomed this Season, and Moss Attributes it to The Great Relationship That They Have Built.

After a 13-0 Record, Before The College Football Playoffs in The Peach Bowl on December 28, Moss Had The Most Incredible Football Season for a Tight End in LSU Tigers Football History, as He Had Recorded 38 Pass-Catches For 435-Yards, and a Touchdown, and This is The Most Receiving-Yards Since Richard Dickson in 2008. The Unbelievable Emergence of Tight End Thaddeus Moss has Been Another Tremendous and Unexpected Byproduct of LSU Tiger Football Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and LSU Tigers Football Passing Coordinator Joe Brady.

About maxemfingerrecruiting

My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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