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Top 100 College players of 2005

Top 100 players of 2005

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1. QB Vince Young, Jr. Texas
212 of 325 for 3,036 yards, 26 touchdowns, ten interceptions. 155 carries for 1,050 yards, 12 touchdowns.
Best game: Jan. 1, USC, W 41-38. 30 of 40 for 267 yards. 19 carries for 200 yards and three touchdowns.


2. RB Reggie Bush, Jr. USC
200 carries for 1,740 yards, 16 touchdowns. 37 catches for 478 yards and two touchdowns, 18 punt returns for 179 yards and a touchdown. 28 kickoff returns for 493 yards.


3. QB Matt Leinart, Sr. USC
283 of 431 for 3,815 yards, 28 touchdowns, eight interceptions. 51 carries for 36 yards and six touchdowns.


4. QB Michael Robinson, Sr. Penn State
162 of 311 for 2,350 yards, 17 touchdowns, ten interceptions. 163 carries for 806 yards and 11 touchdowns.


5. RB Jerome Harrison, Sr. Washington State
308 carries for 1,900 yards and 16 touchdowns. 24 catches for 206 yards and one touchdown.
Best game: Oct. 15, UCLA, L 44-41. 34 carries for 260 yards and three touchdowns. Three catches for 12 yards.


6. LB A.J. Hawk, Sr. Ohio State
121 tackles, 9.5 sacks, one interception, three broken up passes, tow forced fumbles.
Best game: Oct. 15, Michigan State, W 35-24. 19 tackles, one broken up pass.


7. QB Brady Quinn, Jr. Notre Dame
292 of 450 yards for 3,919 yards, 32 touchdowns, seven interceptions. 70 carries for 90 yards and one touchdown.
Best game: Oct. 22, BYU, W 49-23. 32 of 41 for 467 yards and six touchdowns.


8. RB DeAngelo Williams, Sr. Memphis
310 carries for 1,964 yards and 18 touchdowns. 12 catches for 78 yards and a touchdown.
Best game: Dec. 26, Akron, W 38-31. 31 carries for 238 yards and three touchdowns.


9. RB Brian Calhoun, Jr. Wisconsin
348 carries for 1,636 yards and 22 touchdowns. 53 catches for 571 yards and two touchdowns.
Best game: Sept. 3, Bowling Green, W 56-42. 43 carries for 258 yards and five touchdowns. One catch for 39 yards.


10. QB Brad Smith, Sr. Missouri
237 of 399 for 2,304 yards, 13 touchdowns, nine interceptions. 229 carries for 1,301 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Best game: Oct. 22, Nebraska, W 41-24. 21 of 36 for 234 yards and one touchdown with one interception. 28 carries for 246 yards and three touchdowns.


11. RB Laurence Maroney, Jr. Minnesota
281 carries for 1,464 yards and 10 touchdowns. 17 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown.


12. RB Kenny Irons, Jr. Auburn
256 carries for 1,293 yards and 13 touchdowns. 14 catches for 164 yards.


13. LB Patrick Willis, Jr. Ole Miss
128 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, 1 interception


14. LB Chad Greenway, Sr. Iowa
156 tackles, 2 sacks, ten tackles for loss, 1 interception, 8 broken up passes


15. LB Paul Posluszny, Jr. Penn State
116 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 14 tackles for loss, three broken up passes


16. DT Haloti Ngata, Jr. Oregon
61 tackles, three sacks, ten tackles for loss


17. QB Troy Smith, Jr. Ohio State
149 of 237 for 2,282 yards, 16 touchdowns, four interceptions. 136 carries, 611 yards, 11 touchdowns.


18. LB Dale Robinson, Sr. Arizona State
115 tackles, four sacks, 18 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles.


19. DT Claude Wroten, Sr. LSU
44 tackles, 4.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss


20. QB D.J. Shockley, Sr. Georgia
173 of 310 passes for 2,588 yards, 24 touchdowns, five interceptions. 78 carries, 322 yards, four touchdowns.


21. RB Steve Slaton, Fr. West Virginia
205 carries for 1,128 yards and 17 touchdowns. 12 catches for 95 yards and two touchdowns.


22. QB Drew Olson, Sr. UCLA
242 of 378 for 3,198 yards and 34 touchdowns with six interceptions. 50 carries for -48 yards, one touchdown.


23. RB Maurice Drew, Jr. UCLA
186 carries for 914 yards, 13 touchdowns. 31 catches for 453 yards, four touchdowns. 15 punt returns, 427 yards, three touchdowns. Five kickoff returns for 69 yards.


24. WR Jeff Samardzija, Jr. Notre Dame
77 catches for 1,249 yards and 15 touchdowns.


25. RB Michael Bush, Jr. Louisville
205 carries for 1,143 yards, 23 touchdowns. 21 catches for 253 yards, one touchdown.


26. WR Dwayne Jarrett, Soph. USC
91 catches for 1,274 yards, 16 touchdowns.


27. RB Adrian Peterson, Soph. Oklahoma
220 carries, 1,108 yards, 14 touchdowns. Nine catches for 50 yards.


28. TE Vernon Davis, Jr. Maryland
51 catches for 871 yards and six touchdowns.


29. WR Calvin Johnson, Soph. Georgia Tech
54 catches, 888 yards, six touchdowns.


30. DE Elvis Dumervil, Sr. Louisville
63 tackles, 20 sacks, 24 tackles for loss, four broken up passes, ten forced fumbles, one interception.


31. RB Garrett Wolfe, Sr. Northern Illinois
242 carries for 1,580 yards, 16 touchdowns. 20 catches for 222 yards and one touchdown.


32. DE Darryl Tapp, Sr. Virginia Tech
48 tackles, ten sacks, 16 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, 14 quarterback hurries.


33. LB DeMeco Ryans, Sr. Alabama
86 tackles, five sacks, 16 tackles for loss, four quarterback hurries.


34. DE Willie Evans, Sr. Mississippi State
60 tackles, 15 sacks, 18 tackles for loss, three broken up passes.


35. OT Eric Winston, Sr. Miami



36. DT Kyle Williams, Sr. LSU
46 tackles, three sacks, ten tackles for loss, five broken up passes, three quarterback hurries.


37. QB Brett Basanez, Sr. Northwestern
314 of 497 passes for 3,622 yards, 21 touchdowns, eight interceptions. 113 carries, 423 yards, seven touchdowns.


38. DE Mario Williams, Jr. NC State
62 tackles, 16 sacks, 27 tackles for loss, 13 quarterback hurries.


39. OT Marcus McNeill, Sr. Auburn



40. DT Rodrique Wright, Sr. Texas
27 tackles, three sacks, nine tackles for loss, five broken up passes.


41. RB LenDale White, Jr. USC
197 carries, 1,302 yards, 24 touchdowns. 14 catches, 219 yards, two touchdowns.


42. OG Max Jean-Gilles, Sr. Georgia



43. LB D'Qwell Jackson, Sr. Maryland
137 tackles, four sacks, eight tackles for loss, two interceptions.


44. LB Nick Reid, Sr. Kansas



45. RB Tyrell Sutton, Fr. Northwestern
250 carries, 1,474 yards, 16 touchdowns. 44 catches, 396 yards, two touchdowns.


46. OT Justin Blalock, Jr. Texas



47. DE Tamba Hali, Sr. Penn State
65 tackles, 11 sacks, 22 tackles for loss, four broken up passes


48. OT Davin Joseph, Sr. Oklahoma



49. QB Pat White, Fr. West Virginia
65 of 114 for 828 yards, eight touchdowns, five interceptions. 131 carries for 952 yards and seven touchdowns.


50. DT Dusty Dvoracek, Sr. Oklahoma
39 tackles, four sacks, 16 tackles for loss, four quarterback hurries.


51. RB Taurean Henderson, Sr. Texas Tech
148 carries, 872 yards, 17 touchdowns. 67 catches for 528 yards, five touchdowns.


52. WR Mike Hass, Sr. Oregon State
90 catches for 1,532 yards, six touchdowns.


53. SS Michael Huff, Sr. Texas
77 tackles, two interceptions, ten broken up passes.


54. QB Brian Brohm, Soph. Louisville
207 for 301, 2,883 yards, 19 touchdowns, five interceptions. Four touchdown runs.


55. RB Chris Barclay, Sr. Wake Forest
218 carries for 1,127 yards, ten touchdowns. 26 catches for 159 yards.


56. CB Jimmy Williams, Sr. Virginia Tech
44 tackles, one interception, five broken up passes.


57. TE Marcedes Lewis, Sr. UCLA
58 catches for 741 yards and ten touchdowns.


58. OT Taitusi Lutui, Jr. USC



59. OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Sr. Virginia



60. RB DonTrell Moore, Sr. New Mexico
275 carries for 1,298 yards, 14 touchdowns. 31 catches for 371 yards, three touchdowns.


61. QB Jay Cutler, Sr. Vanderbilt
273 of 462 for 3,073 yards, 21 touchdowns and nine interceptions. 106 carries for 215 yards and a touchdown.


62. S Greg Blue, Sr. Georgia
96 tackles, four tackles for loss, two interceptions, five broken up passes, one forced fumble.


63. S Ko Simpson, Soph. South Carolina
103 tackles, one interception, nine broken up passes.


64. RB Darren McFadden, Fr. Arkansas
176 carries for 1,113 yards and 11 touchdowns. 14 catches for 52 yards. 12 kickoff returns for 348 yards.


65. WR Greg Jennings, Sr. Western Michigan
98 catches for 1,259 yards and 14 touchdowns. One of three passes for 22 yards, one touchdown, one interception.


66. CB Kelly Jennings, Sr. Miami
32 tackles, three interceptions, 13 broken up passes, four forced fumbles.


67. TE Leonard Pope, Jr. Georgia
39 catches for 541 yards, four touchdowns.


68. RB Albert Young, Soph. Iowa
249 carries for 1,334 yards, eight touchdowns. 24 catches for 244 yards. 12 kickoff returns for 182 yards.


69. LB Tim McGarigle, Sr. Northwestern
156 tackles, two sacks, nine tackles for loss, one interception, four quarterback hurries, one forced fumble, four broken up passes.


70. QB Marcus Vick, Jr. Virginia Tech
177 of 289 for 2,393 yards, 17 touchdowns, ten interceptions. 147 carries, 380 yards, six touchdowns.


71. DE Manny Lawson, Sr. NC State
58 tackles, 11 sacks, 23 tackles for loss, 14 quarterback hurries.


72. LB Abdul Hodge, Sr. Iowa
158 tackles, one sack, 12 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles.


73. C Greg Eslinger, Sr. Minnesota



74. DE Charlton Keith, Sr. Kansas
60 tackles, one interception return for a touchdown, nine sacks, 25 tackles for loss, seven broken up passes, seven quarterback hurries.


75. TE Garrett Mills, Sr. Tulsa
87 catches for 1,235 yards, nine touchdowns.


76. DE Mathias Kiwanuka, Sr. Boston College
51 tackles, 12 sacks, 19 tackles for loss.


77. CB Alan Zemaitis, Sr. Penn State
51 tackles, six interceptions, ten broken up passes, two forced fumbles.


78. QB Cody Hodges, Sr. Texas Tech
353 of 531 for 4,238 yards, 31 touchdowns, 12 interceptions. 109 carries for 191 yards and three touchdowns.


79. RB Andre Hall, Sr. South Florida
270 carries for 1,374 yards, 13 touchdowns. 26 catches for 321 yards and two touchdowns.


80. OT Jonathan Scott, Sr. Texas



81. CB Tye Hill, Sr. Clemson
54 tackles, one sack, five tackles for loss, three broken up passes, seven broken up passes.


82. FS Dwayne Slay, Sr. Texas Tech
124 tackles, one sack, one interception, eight forced fumbles.


83. C Ryan Kalil, Jr. USC



84. LB Moses Osemwegie, Sr. Vanderbilt
118 tackles, ten tackles for loss, three sacks, two interceptions.


85. LB Trent Bray, Sr. Oregon State
116 tackles, four sacks, 11 tackles for loss, six quarterback hurries.


86. DT Gabe Watson, Sr. Michigan
40 tackles, two sacks, seven tackles for loss.


87. OT Joe Thomas, Jr. Wisconsin



88. LB Sam Olajubutu, Jr. Arkansas
102 tackles, one sack, 16 tackles for loss.


89. OG Will Allen, Sr. Texas



90. OT Travis Leffew, Sr. Louisville



91. OT Arron Sears, Jr. Tennessee



92. QB Drew Weatherford, Fr. Florida State
276 of 469 for 3,208 yards, 18 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. Three rushing touchdowns.


93. C Marvin Philip, Sr. California



94. LB Aaron Harris, Sr. Texas
85 tackles, four sacks, 12 tackles for loss, four quarterback hurries, one interception, two forced fumbles.


95. RB Yvenson Bernard, Soph. Oregon State
299 carries for 1,321 yards, 13 touchdowns. 37 catches for 316 yards and a touchdown.


96. DT Johnny Jolly, Sr. Texas A&M
63 tackles, seven sacks, 15 tackles for loss.


97. LB Stephen Tulloch, Jr. NC State
134 tackles, six sacks, 27 tackles for loss, nine quarterback hurries, one interception.


98. LB Kevis Coley, Sr. Southern Miss
151 tackles, six sacks, 15 tackles for loss, one interception.


99. LB Kai Parham, Jr. Virginia
103 tackles, nine sacks, 17 tackles for loss.


100. DE Parys Haraylson, Sr. Tennessee
45 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 17 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles.

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See this is all you got. You're just a little bitch. I'll be in lewisville tonight if you want to meet up and see if you would like to talk shit to me. But I know I know your a pussy and won't show and I'm trying to e-thug but you're the one continues to try to insult me. So if you want to be a real man and back this shit up I'll be at the lewisville bowling center off of main st tonight at 6. Not far at all from highland village. Just for you I'll be wearing a Texas shirt.
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Big stars going into 2006

1. RB Adrian Peterson, Jr. Oklahoma
2. QB Brady Quinn, Sr. Notre Dame
3. LB Paul Posluszny, Sr. Penn State
4. QB Troy Smith, Sr. Ohio State
5. WR Dwayne Jarrett, Jr. USC
6. WR Jeff Samardzija, Sr. Notre Dame
7. WR Ted Ginn Jr., Jr. Ohio State
8. RB Steve Slaton, Soph. West Virginia
9. RB Michael Bush, Sr. Louisville
10. RB Garrett Wolfe, Sr. No. Illinois
11. RB Kenny Irons, Sr. Auburn
12. LB Patrick Willis, Sr. Ole Miss
13. WR Calvin Johnson, Jr. Georgia Tech
14. QB Brian Brohm, Jr. Louisville
15. RB Mike Hart, Jr. Michigan
16. RB Tyrell Sutton, Soph. Northwestern
17. QB JaMarcus Russell, Sr. LSU
18. QB Pat White, Soph. West Virginia
19. QB Chris Leak, Sr. Florida
20. RB Jamaal Charles, Soph. Texas
21. QB Drew Tate, Sr. Iowa
22. RB Darren McFadden, Soph. Arkansas
23. QB Rudy Carpenter/Sam Keller, ASU
24. RB Marshawn Lynch, Jr. Cal
25. RB Darius Walker, Jr. Notre Dame



Soon-to-be household names
1. QB John David Booty, Jr. USC
2. QB Colt Brennan, Jr. Hawaii
3. QB Graham Harrell, Soph. Texas Tech
4. QB Willie Tuitama, Soph. Arizona
5. RB Arian Foster, Soph. Tennessee
6. QB Ben Olson, Soph. UCLA
7. WR Greg Carr, Soph. Florida State
8. RB Gary Russell, Jr. Minnesota
9. WR Mario Urrutia, Soph. Louisville
10. RB Albert Young, Jr. Iowa

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See this is all you got. You're just a little bitch. I'll be in lewisville tonight if you want to meet up and see if you would like to talk shit to me. But I know I know your a pussy and won't show and I'm trying to e-thug but you're the one continues to try to insult me. So if you want to be a real man and back this shit up I'll be at the lewisville bowling center off of main st tonight at 6. Not far at all from highland village. Just for you I'll be wearing a Texas shirt.
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Hope Peterson lives up to the hype next year. Would be good for the Big 12. I also hope Troy Smith lives up to his hype. He looked damn good against ND in the bowl.

Something tells me that when OSU/Texas played it might have turned out a little different with a full game from Troy...
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Something tells me that when OSU/Texas played it might have turned out a little different with a full game from Troy...
Didn't he get sacked in the end zone for a safety against Texas?
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Hope Peterson lives up to the hype next year. Would be good for the Big 12. I also hope Troy Smith lives up to his hype. He looked damn good against ND in the bowl.

Something tells me that when OSU/Texas played it might have turned out a little different with a full game from Troy...


blah blah blah too bad there isn't a playoff or we might have seen a rematch this year with an improved osu along with an improved ut. but cause of greed in college power houses that will never happen anytime soon
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I might be a little bias, but I'm surprised Tom Zbikowski (Safety, Notre Dame) isn't up there... I can think of a few more too.
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