Last weekend, I was stuck inside and my mind drifted to the current college football landscape. To escape the bad weather outside, I created a storm of my own…a Tweetstorm. In this series of articles, you’ll find some quick thoughts on every Power Five college football team, plus Notre Dame, and key players from those teams. Remember, you can find more content like this routinely if you follow me on Twitter @RobWillette.
Stormy day. Going to cap it by Tweetstorming some thoughts on every Power 5 team for devy purposes.
— Rob Willette (@RobWillette24) June 11, 2017
-Remember Andre Williams? Word of caution for BC players. Harold Landry is great in the IDP world. Topic for another day.
–Deon Cain the headliner. Has had a solid career thus far, though I want to see what he can do with extended snaps in 2017. Fast enough. Strong enough. Big enough. Where is he elite? Not sure. But still a good prospect.
–Tee Higgins stretches for days. Elite ball skills. Fearless. Needs to make strides in his explosiveness, but tools there.
–Tavien Feaster takes over as RB1. Sprinter speed. Needs to learn Wayne Gallman’s toughness between tackles. Far more upside than Gallman. Just needs experience and refinement. Very young and limited opportunity.
–Amari Rodgers – a true freshman – looks like a long-term Artavis Scott replacement, though he’s a bit better with the ball in the air.
–Hunter Renfrow makes plays. Not great in any area; just productive. Could go from walk-on to NFL roster.
–Ray-Ray McLoud is immediate Scott replacement. Weapon in short passing game. Like Scott, not sure I see a ton of NFL potential.
-I am passing on Hunter Johnson. Perhaps unfairly, because Trevor Lawrence lurks. Hard to fathom a five star being usurped in process. But Lawrence may be that legit. Weird yet awesome situation if you’re a Clemson fan.