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Joyer by a mile!
Is that more or less than a country mile? Forgive my NYC ignorance.
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
Purifoy got mad love season!! Joyer, Harrison, and Evans.. Dunbar bailed us out on a few clutch plays too.
Hunter or Evans. Maybe Harrison. Others folks have listed are good, but got more pub.
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Omar Hunter had a great season
Joyer is talked about enough to where he was "appreciated" imo
DJ Humphries was a key player in our "jumbo set." That guy made a bunch of key blocks everytime we brought in extra OL's, which we did ALOT this year. Against LSU, USCe, and FSU, he was money..
Bostic didn't get as much recognition as much of the playmakers but he helped to hold the defense together. Very solid in the middle and much improved over last year.
Purifoy and Joyer..
Omar Hunter, Hunter Joyer, or Kyle Christy
This post was edited by STLGator84 19 months ago
Kyle Christy is a great choice. His performance in the LSU and USCe games was huge.
Couple guys that stick out to me.
Hunter Joyer: Consistently the best blocker on the offense in the run game, no way Gillislee tops 1,000 yards if he's not running behind Joyer, if you ask me.
Omar Hunter: As others have said, he really stepped his game up to the next level this season. Perhaps the one thing that stuck out to me the most this year was his ability to pick up screens. I haven't seen a defensive tackle in college react to screens like Hunter did this year in a long time. Much, much improved all-around player this year.
Jon Bostic: He gets a decent amount of recognition, but I don't think many people realize just how improved he was this year. He's going to be a big loss next season in terms of his ability to command the entire defense, and his lateral ability is going to be missed a bit. He was another guy who really kicked it to a totally different level as a senior.
Josh Evans: Evans was pretty bad at the beginning of the year in terms of tackling and taking bad angles. But he got a whole lot better in the second half of the season and was terrific in run support, though Elam gets more recognition for that. He was a big part of Florida's success against the run.
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So I will say Morgan Newton
To me, it's far and away Bostic. He basically neutralized the probable Heisman winner on his own. He got wrote-off early in his career, which IMO was mostly due to the DL allowing guards to reach him, so people forget about him.
The kid ran down a WR who had a 7-10 yard head start.
He's the glue of this team and a classy kid. Will be a steal in the draft.
Offense: Hines. I understand the argument for Joyer and he's one of my favorite players on the team. But Hines and Burton have both made some huge plays this year when we were in bad need of a playmaker. I'm thinking about the big catch against aTm for Hines, the TD runs out of wildcat for each. There were many crucial plays that they executed on when we were showing nothing out there.
Defense: Bostic. It's all about getting that Mike position back to where it should be. He may have been praised some this year, but it wasn't enough.
+1 without him we'd be 9-3.
Joyer and Christy
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
Like this one. Kid gave his all. Glad he came back for one more year. The line blocked best when he was in there.
Led us from behind to a win at TAMU, at UT, vs. LSU, and at FSU
I know he isnt under the radar like Joyer (statless position) or Hunter but for a sophomore QB who is prone to error to be able to compose himself and move on from mistakes quickly enough to pull out these W's has seriously impressed me. Once this kid polishes up his ball protection and pocket awareness and Pease starts calling more downfield shots (WR corp will need to improve before this happens) he could start putting up heisman numbers
JEFFY D on O
and Jaylen Watkins on D
although when i really think about it ? without Christy fillping the field for us this year we would have been F'D.
SO TOTALY CHRISTY.
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