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I'd take McCoy over Dvorchek
The two best professional rookies in 2010 and both from Oklahoma City,Oklahoma.
Kelly was the right pick for sure. My adjustments would be Flemming or Woolfolk over Perkins, Perk was much better on special teams than he was at corner. McCoy over Dusty at DT and Cooper over Carter at center. I would like to put Lofton over Marshall, but it's to close so will call it a push. LB is the hardest position as Lofton, Mitchell and Alexander are worthy of being on the list as well. Had Mitchell not got hurt he would be the best MLB in the Stoops era.
"With Nebraska trying to leave, we felt like we needed to send them out with a loss, and we did." -Ryan Broyles-
Kelly shouldn't be on it. I would split Trent Smith out to go with Jermaine on the line with Broyles and Clayton. Besides you have Millard on the team(deserving) so you only can have two wide receivers.
Gerald McCoy was better than Dusty but both were super players. Woolfolk was a much better player than either Fleming or Perkins.
J.T. Thatcher was the best free safety in the Stoops era. He didn't like to tackle but he made more plays on passes in one year than Everidge did in his career. I know Brandon could hit his first two years but he couldn't even tackle at the end because of his shoulders and he never covered well. He also watched Josh Fields throw over the top of him all afternoon in Stillwater.
Carter and Robinson both are vulnerable on the offensive line but they are probably as good as anybody. Hopefully they will be the next to fall.
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