2021 Offense

Discussion in 'Football' started by NikeHawk21, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    QB
    Peyton Mansell (5th year)
    Spencer Petras (4th year)
    Alex Padilla (3rd year)
    Deuce Hogan (2nd year)

    RB
    Tyler Goodson (3rd year)
    Shadrick Byrd (3rd year)
    Gavin Williams (2nd year)

    WR
    Oliver Martin (5th year)
    Tyrone Tracy (4th year)
    Calvin Lockett (4th year)
    Nico Ragaini (4th year)
    Desmond Hutson (3rd year)

    TE
    Josiah Miamen (3rd year)
    Sam LaPorta (3rd year)
    Elijah Yelverton (2nd year)
    Luke Lachey (2nd year)

    Oline
    Mark Kallenberger (5th year)
    Jack Plumb (4th year)
    Tyler Linderbaum (4th year)
    Jeff Jenkins (4th year)
    Ezra Miller (3rd year)
    Justin Britt (3rd year)
    Tyler Endres (3rd year)
    Noah Fenske (3rd year)
    Josh Volk (2nd year)
    Tyler Elsbury (2nd year)


    This could be one of the best offenses of the KF era. A dual threat QB who will know the system extremely well. Potential game breakers all over the field in Goodson, Tracy, Martin, Lockett, and maybe Gavin Williams. The TE group should be very strong especially with pass catchers. Lastly, the battle for play time on the Oline is going to be incredible and I expect that group to be very strong led by Linderbaum in the middle.

    There will certainly be some attrition but seeing all the young guys on the two deeps is exciting for the offense going forward and points to the uptick in recruiting that we have seen over the last few years.
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2019
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  2. BrianFerentzForPresident

    BrianFerentzForPresident Well-Known Member

    I’m not sold on Gavin Williams yet, but hopefully he develops nicely.
     
  3. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    Agreed. Just a speed element. Nonetheless I think between Tracy, Goodson, Martin, and Lockett we could have some big play ability we aren’t used to having.
     
  4. Stanzi

    Stanzi Well-Known Member

    I've watched him play in person a few times and have liked what I've seen. He should put up monster numbers for Dowling this year.
     
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  5. CP87

    CP87 Well-Known Member

    Fenske probably worth a mention on the OL (maybe Richman and Volk as well?). Who knows, maybe even Logan Lee?

    Hutson will be an interesting player to watch develop at WR (2021 will be his 3rd year). Size, explosiveness, and character. He will be the big WR that Iowa likes among that 2020 bunch.

    I think Leshon will be the prized Williams from the 2020 backfield recruits.
     
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  6. BrianFerentzForPresident

    BrianFerentzForPresident Well-Known Member

    He’s had some very good and some very lackluster games. Based on the way his coaches and teammates (read former coaches and teammates) have talked about him there is cause for concern until he has an attitude adjustment, assuming he hasn’t already.
     
  7. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    I had Volk in there but I’ll add Hutson. The Oline could be crazy deep.
     
  8. RobHowe

    RobHowe Administrator

    Fenske is nasty. I think he could be the best incoming offensive lineman in this class.

    I also don't think all of those quarterbacks will be around in '21.
     
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  9. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    Good to hear on Fenske, I added him above.

    QB attrition is almost a given but that group appears solid on paper.
     
  10. CP87

    CP87 Well-Known Member

    And that is saying something with this class. I think at least one of these guys ends up playing this year, if not multiple.
     
  11. NikeHawk21

    NikeHawk21 Well-Known Member

    Petras could very well end up being the guy at QB which would be intriguing as well with his size and arm strength spreading the ball around to those skill guys.
     
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