A Prediction of How the Top 10 Preseason Teams Will Finish
The beginning of the college football season is right around the corner which means it’s time for college football predictions. Get Direct TV Knoxville to follow all your favorite football teams! Pundits are everywhere and I will take my dive into that arena. In looking at the AP Polls Preseason Top 10, I don’t see anyone of them running the table and going undefeated. This could mean that the door is open for some of those teams outside of the Top 10 to make a move at the BCS championship. The most interesting of those teams would be Miami, FL who seems to be poised to make some noise this season. However, I think the final two playing for the championship will come from the preseason Top 10. Here’s what I predict the records will be for the teams listed in preseason Top 10.
Nick O’Leary caught the attention of a lot of Canes fans this past summer with his showcase of amazing skills at a few 7ON7 camps in Florida. Nick, is known for a few things, him being the nephew of golf legend Jack Nicklaus, and having some of the best hands in the state of Florida. Growing up a Georgia fan Nick quckly grew inot a 6’4 230 LB physical specimen, and an all around a great football player for Dwyer High School. He has all the tools to become an elite college Tight End and a great in-line blocker. What sets his apart from other tight ends is his receiving ability and ability to create mismatches on any level of the offense.
Lebron James won’t be the only star player from Cleveland coming to Miami this year. Latwan Anderson the 5 star athlete out of Glenville, Ohio will be starting camp with the rest of the incoming freshmen next month at Miami. Latwan signed on late with the Hurricanes and was a huge boost to the 2010 recruiting class. Many critics say that Latwan has some character issues, but after spending some time with the talented star we learned these comments couldn’t be any further from the truth. It won’t surprise anyone if Latwan comes in and gets a chance to play immediately at the ” U.”