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Ones to Watch - College Football Week 11

The Ones 2 Watch is where we look at the top 15 draft eligible college players in the country. Each week we will break down 5 QBs, 5 RBs, & 5 WRs. These 15 have been chosen as the players with the most potential for a bright NFL future. The players are as follows:

Quarterbacks

  • Matt Leinart, USC
  • Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green
  • Vince Young, Texas
  • Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M
  • Brad Smith, Missouri

Running Backs

  • Reggie Bush
  • DeAngelo Williams
  • LenDale White
  • Laurence Maroney
  • Leon Washington

Wide Receivers

  • Martin Nance
  • Derek Hagan
  • Jarrett Hicks
  • Mike Hass
  • Steve Smith

Matt Leinart, QB, USC Trojans
6'5" 225 lbs. - Senior

Pass / Rush Stats
Att
Comp
Yards
TDs
INTs
Att
Yards
TDs
Versus California
20
32
246
0
1
6
2
2

California is slumping this year and USC exacted revenge on the only team that has beaten them the last 3 years. It was the Trojan's second lowest scoring game of the season, but it had to be very satisfying for them to beat their most heated conference rival of the last few years. Leinart took a page from the White/Bush duo and had 2 rushing scores himself.


Omar Jacobs, QB, Bowling Green Falcons
6'4" 224 lbs. - Junior - 80th ranked high school QB when entering college

Pass / Rush Stats
Comp
Att
Yards
TDs
INTs
Att
Yards
TDs
Versus
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

The Falcons were inactive in week 11.


Vince Young, QB, Texas Longhorns
6'5" 230 lbs. - Junior - 2nd ranked high school QB when entering college

Pass / Rush Stats
Comp
Att
Yards
TDs
INTs
Att
Yards
TDs
Versus Kansas
19
27
281
4
0
6
-4
0

Mark Mangino said there was a BCS conspiracy last season as his Jayhawks were narrowly beaten by the Longhorns. Vince Young said that last year's comments "disrespected" UT and set out to not let it happen again. Young had one of his finest days passing the ball. He racked up almost 300 yards passing and threw for 4 touchdowns and left with 5 minutes left in the 3rd quarter. Young was looking comfortable and sure in the pocket. While other Big 12 QBs that have a propensity to run (Brad Smith) will be looking at a position switch in the NFL, Young is clearly capable enough to stay a QB at the next level.


Reggie McNeal, QB, Texas A&M Aggies
6'2" 206 lbs. - Senior - 3rd ranked high school QB when entering college

Pass / Rush Stats
Comp
Att
Yards
TDs
INTs
Att
Yards
TDs
Versus Oklahoma
12
29
158
2
1
7
-2
0

Reggie McNeal set A&M's record for career passing yards before leaving in the 3rd quarter with an injury. The Aggies will have one last chance to become eligible for a bowl game as they take on the Texas Longhorns November 25th. McNeal and Vince Young have been rivals throughout their high school and college careers and it's all or nothing for the Aggies as they try and stop the nations #2 team.


Brad Smith, QB, Missouri Tigers
6'2" 210 lbs. - Senior

Pass / Rush Stats
Comp
Att
Yards
TDs
INTs
Att
Yards
TDs
Versus Baylor
9
23
72
0
1
21
161
3

Brad Smith had a very underwhelming day passing the ball, but yet again had a spectacular day rushing the ball. He had a couple of 56-yard touchdown runs, one on a crucial 4th down and 1 situation. Smith helped Missouri become bowl eligible for the 2nd time in 3 years and is now the only player in Division I history to have over 8,000 career yards passing and 4,000 career yards rushing.


Reggie Bush, RB, USC Trojans
6'0" 200 lbs. - Junior - 5th ranked high school RB when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus California
17
82
0
1
4
0

Reggie Bush left it up to Matt Leinart and LenDale White to throttle the Bears' defense. It was business as usual for the Trojans and they left California in the dust..


DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis Tigers
5'10" 217 lbs. - Senior - 66th ranked high school RB when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus Tennessee
-
-
-
-
-
-

DeAngelo did not play versus the Volunteers because of a left ankle injury.


LenDale White, RB, USC Trojans
6'2" 235 lbs. - Junior - 7th ranked high school RB when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus California
16
90
3
3
61
0

LenDale White went over the 1,000 yard rushing mark for the season, giving the Trojans 2 backs over that mark for the first time in school history. White scored 3 times in a very workmanlike performance. He continues to show the type of patience and power that will make him a star in the NFL.


Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota Golden Gophers
5'11" 205 lbs. - Junior - 42nd ranked high school RB when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus Michigan State
-
-
-
-
-
-

Maroney did not play in week 11. He did warm up with the team, but stayed on the sidelines with his shoulder pads on for the whole game.


Leon Washington, RB, Florida State Seminoles
5'9" 202 lbs. - Senior - 8th ranked high school WR when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus Clemson
-
-
-
-
-
-

Leon Washington did not play versus Clemson.


Martin Nance, WR, Miami (OH) Redhawks
6'5" 215 lbs. - Senior

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus
-
-
-
8
84
2

The Redhawks were inactive in week 11.


Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State Sun Devils
6'2" 197 lbs. - Senior

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus UCLA
-
-
-
7
97
1

Derek Hagan had a good game versus UCLA, but it wasn't enough for the Sun Devils to beat the Bruins. Hagan also became the Pac-10's all time leading reception leader with 249 career receptions. He eclipsed the mark of 248 set by Stanford's Troy Walters. Hagan has one more game to expand on that record against Arizona. Hagan is clearly one of the top receivers in this draft.


Jarrett Hicks, WR, Texas Tech Red Raiders
6'4" 209 lbs. - Junior

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus Oklahoma State
-
-
-
8
63
1

The Red Raiders had a 14-point 4th quarter, but it wasn't enough to beat the Cowboys as they lost for only the 2nd time this season. The Cowboy defense held Tech's leading rusher to -6 rushing yards and put the lean on the vaunted Raider passing game. Jarrett Hicks scored one of the late touchdowns, but saw over the top help for most of the game and was not able to dominate like he can.


Mike Hass, WR, Oregon State Beavers
6'1" 209 lbs. - Senior

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus Stanford
-
-
-
6
140
0

The Beavers lost their QB, Matt Moore early in the 2nd quarter with a knee injury and it affected the team's ability to move the ball in the red zone. It didn't help that their kicker missed 3 field goals either as Stanford was able to hold on and narrowly defeat Oregon State. Mike Hass had a strong game, turning many passes into big gains. Hass, a former walk-on, played his final game at Reser Stadium and leads the nation with an average of 142 yards per game receiving.


Steve Smith, WR, USC Trojans
6'1" 195 lbs. - Junior - 3rd ranked high school WR when entering college

Rush / Rec Stats
Att
Yards
TDs
Rec
Yards
TDs
Versus California
-
-
-
5
36
0

Steve Smith had a below average day, but that was okay as the Trojans smashed the Bears. Smith is on a team with a 3,000 yard passer (Leinart), two 1,000 yard rushers (White/Bush), and a 1,000 yard receiver (Jarrett). Steve Smith could be the next performer to go into the 4-digits for the mighty Trojan offense.

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