Cuse Football Most Underrated

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Eric Dungey. This kid is straight up nasty, can make all the throws and runs like a raped ape. There might be 5 or 6 QBs in college I would take over him. I'm not into the NFL discussion because that's a different animal. Who else would you rather have as our qb this year? Say Devito and do 100 push ups.
 

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Eric Dungey -- kid is so good and makes such spectacular plays when the pocket breaks down, many seem to take it for granted. I think that some also discount his value due to him getting injured every season and missing significant portions of each season. Here's hoping he goes out in style and leads the team to a bowl.
 
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Eric Dungey. This kid is straight up nasty, can make all the throws and runs like a raped ape. There might be 5 or 6 QBs in college I would take over him. I'm not into the NFL discussion because that's a different animal. Who else would you rather have as our qb this year? Say Devito and do 100 push ups.
I love ED as much as anyone here but... raped ape?
 

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Eric Dungey -- kid is so good and makes such spectacular plays when the pocket breaks down, many seem to take it for granted. I think that some also discount his value due to him getting injured every season and missing significant portions of each season. Here's hoping he goes out in style and leads the team to a bowl.
Nobody will ever be Donovan, but Dungey is the best we have had since. And quite honestly, might be top 5 all-time at SU (McNabb, MacPherson, Graves...???). Really hoping we put it together and send him off with a great year.
 
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Eric Dungey. This kid is straight up nasty, can make all the throws and runs like a raped ape. There might be 5 or 6 QBs in college I would take over him. I'm not into the NFL discussion because that's a different animal. Who else would you rather have as our qb this year? Say Devito and do 100 push ups.
Actually, I meant underrated when it comes to discussion amongst Cuse fans. Should have qualified myself. Eric Dungey is amazing, but I wouldn't call him underrated in that respect.
 
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I know Pierce isn’t lightly regarded but I don’t see anyone predicting him leading us in catches this year and I do. I think that makes him underrated. (75 is my catch number)

Lack of dominant receiver plus improved line, particularly at tackle, means he will be kept in to block less and targeted more when is in route.
 
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I’m going with Strickland. I think that he’s going to end his SU career on a high note. With an improved line, and 3 years in the system, I really think that he’ll step up this year.
Love to see a Jerome smith senior year.

Strick and Moe were going to get my offensive honorable mentions (I think they’ll both be better than people think) Mount Bear McKinley on defense.
 

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Eric Dungey. This kid is straight up nasty, can make all the throws and runs like a raped ape. There might be 5 or 6 QBs in college I would take over him. I'm not into the NFL discussion because that's a different animal. Who else would you rather have as our qb this year? Say Devito and do 100 push ups.
A guy that will play every game.
 
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Airon Servais. He was playing out of position last year, and has a year of experience under his belt. Additionally, he looks like he'll be a hell of a tackle when we no longer need him at center. I think the center of our line will be ACC quality this season.
 

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No one is talking about this kid. He was a monster against Clemson. Forgot all about it until I rewatched the game a few weeks ago. He's longer than I what I had in mind as well
5'11, 190ish, long arms as you stated. This kid is the real deal and is putting together a resume week by week going against pro wts in the ACC.
 

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Airon Servais. He was playing out of position last year, and has a year of experience under his belt. Additionally, he looks like he'll be a hell of a tackle when we no longer need him at center. I think the center of our line will be ACC quality this season.
Love this kid too. Tackle is probably his best position, but playing the other positions and showing that kind of versatility will only enhance his draft stock.
 


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