It's the off-season. What else is there to do? A few things to think about: - Until otherwise shown, we're a base 3-4 team that never gets to play their base, bc we're also a man team in a spread world. We still install a 3-4 though so you need to be able to run a 3-4 and nickel with the same front 6-7. There are a few spots (X & Y WRs, safety) where the same guy is likely the top backup to both, but I'll still put different players. I'm making some big assumptions on the DL including the addition of Greenard, Polite dropping a few and the staff not liking our 2018 run D stats. Also a huge assumption that marco comes back the same, which we'll mostly know in the Spring. Offense. We play mostly an 11 (3 WRs, 1 RB, 1 TE), but I'm going to list a 2nd RB spot, bc I think we could see a chunk of 2 RB sets next season. Going off of our roster, what a few other Os in football are doing and a huge thing that I haven't seen mentioned yet...mullen now has a retired consultant that he will definitely call. QB: Franks, EJ When you have skill players like we'll have, I think you go with the guy that can get them the ball and I think that'll still be Franks. RB: Perine/Pierce, Wright I would hate to play a team starting those two, which is why I love that the Gators will RB2: Davis, Clement, Wright Clement might be our most talented player that nobody talks about. He's not as dynamic as a Pierce, but he's versatile AF. Probably the closest to percy we've had as far as a both a natural runner and receiver. I think he could be a full-time slot, but we're loaded there. I also think he's the type of gamer that could play safety if needed. X: Jefferson, Hammond The #2 here is whoever isn't at Z, but we have too much at Y for Hammond to stay there. Y (Slot): Swain, Toney, Copeland It'll be a challenge to get all these guys touches. If we do have a RB2 spot, it'd take running touches from this group and then I could see Swain or Cope going outside more. Z: Cleveland/Grimes Cleveland wasn't in a sling at the um game, which means the francture was stable and he didn't have surgery. Should be full- go in the Spring. TE: Gamble, Krull, Pitts, Lang? Gamble has the blocking advantage so he gets the most reps unless Krull improves in that aspect and his freaky athleticism gives him the nod. Lang is the guy nobody will talk about, but could easily start with his size if he can block. Remember that he really only played one year of TE in hs. Pitts will work as a TE in position drills, but guessing he's split in most 10 sets (4 WR) and in a short-yardage package. LT: Gouraige, Jean Delance LG: Heggie, TJ Moore C: Buchanan, TJ McCoy RG: Bleich, Griffin McDowell RT: Stone, Noah Banks We're all just guessing here outside of Heggie and Buchanan. Our scheme ideally wants maulers at the guard spots sandwiched by athletic guys that can play in space. Not sure Stone keeps that spot for that reason. Also, while it's based off limited snaps, his passing grade was a lot better than his running grade, but we want to run the ball.