Thursday, August 25, 2016

Meet the Crimson Tide's SAVAGE SIX

Jonathan Allen (Sr)  Defensive End (6-3, 294 pounds)
2015 stats 36 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, 3 passes defended, 2 forced fumbles
A projected first round draft pick, Jonathan devours offensive lineman, chews them up, spits them out and then sacks the QB or blows up the running back. This year opposing quarterbacks are having trouble sleeping because Jonathan is a reoccurring nightmare to them, for the beast terrorized them last year with 12 sacks. Expect Allen to top that this year with 15 sacks and 40 tackles.

Da'Shawn Hand (Jr)  Defensive End  (6-4, 278 pounds)
2015 stats: 16 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, 3 sacks (6-4, 278 pounds)
Hand is an explosive juggernaut whose time has finally arrived. Last year Hand did't get as many reps as he would have liked, but played lights out when he got his chance. He is a beast in the wieght room, as he reportedly squats 600 pounds and can bench 445 pounds, while retaining the agility and athleticism to run a 4.8/ 40. Hand will toss offenders around at will this year. I see 10 sacks this year for Hand.

Dalvin Tomlinson (Sr)  Defensive Tackle  (6-3, 307 pound)
2015 stats 34 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, 1 sack
 Dalvin is the mountain in the middle. He is going to make it a living hell for centers and tackles attempting to move him around. He is a veteran with a chip on his shoulder who is looking to impress the NFL scouts this year, so look for him to dominate his position in every way. I see 6 sacks 20 tackles this year for him.

Da'Ron Payne (So)  Defensive Tackle (6-2, 319 pounds)
2015 stats 13 tackles, 0.5 sack, 1 pass defended, 1 forced fumble
This Monster benches 500 lbs and squats 600lbs. He will rip the heads off opposing guards and tackles this year. He has proven to the staff that he is ready to play and will get more reps this year. I see this kid getting 30 tackles and 4 sacks. 

 Joshua Frazier (Jr)  Defensive Tackle (6-4, 315 pounds)
2015 stats 4 tackles
This guy is like a hungry lion waiting to be feed. Last year, he didn't get many reps but has proving he can clogged the middle up and chase down the best of them. With increased playing time Joshua will surprise the NCAA and be a dominate force.  I see him making 14 tackles and 4 sacks.

O.J. Smith (So)  Defensive Tackle
2015 stats 1 tackle
 O.J. is another star waiting to shine and will get his chance, as we have lost some key players. O.J. has rabidness that is needed at his position and plays hungry every time he touches the field. Opponents beware, Smith is coming. I see 17 tackles and 6 sacks for Smith.

This year will be another very hard year for running backs opposing our Tide. Teams will be forced to pass and will become one dimensional, as we crush there wills and send them home weeping. 
Roll Tide! 

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