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  1. Here is what I am reading through the tea leaves in terms of guys UNT is saying should make an impact: Antoinne Jimmerson (RS Frosh at RB) - Heads into the season as the #1 running back to replace all time leading rusher Lance Dunbar. Possesses all around skills and is willing to hit the inside holes with power which has endeared him to the coaching staff. Carlos Harris True Frosh WR/Special Teams - Probably has received the most accolades of all of the true freshman class. Looks like he will be an immediate impact player not only at WR but on special teams. Lack of depth at WR helps his cause. Nick Schrapps - 6-2, 205 true freshman possession receiver that is getting heavy looks due to the lack of depth at the WR position. Chaz Sampson's stock fell and it opened up an opportunity for Schrapps to be the WR in waiting behind Chris Bynes. Derek Akunne soph at linebacker - Solid player who slimmed down and has added speed. Big Hitter. David Busby (true freshman at defensive back) - Guy that could be on the field against LSU. Comes from a high level program at Coppell where he was fairly dominant. LaChris Anyiam junior OL - Has size (6-4, 296) and was one of the higher level lineman recruits Dodge landed out of Allen. It looks like after a couple of years finding himself, the lightbulb has gone on and he is putting himself in the mix. Connor Trussell true frosh OL - A GoMeanGreen.com favorite, Trussell is battling to show he is ready to play now. Impressive start in the mix with the deepest section of the squad. Coleman Feeley (senior OL) - Feeley has been a starter before and will battle rising junior Chris Anyiam for PT. As of today Feeley is the starter. DeVante Davis (True Frosh DB) - One of the few freshman to receive accolades from the coaching staff. Very athletic and should make an immediate impact. Chad Polk (RS Frosh LB) - Beefed up to 230 in the offseason and has a nose for the ball. Marcus Trice (safety transfer from OU - Junior) - Very talented and as an immediate starter should make an immediate impact. Undersized (5-9, 185) but athletic. Will be interesting to see how he performs against the top teams on the schedule like LSU and K-State since he has played that caliber while at OU. Laramie Lee (soph safety) - Should start at safety alongside Marcus Trice. Up to 5-10, 189 and not afraid to lay the lumber. McCarney says we are more physical and talented at the safety position and this player is one of the reasons. Darrell Mason (soph DE) - Still undersized at 6-3, 233 (played at 205 last season) but makes plays and has good speed, quickness. His speed makes him problematic for the corner of the offensive line but his size makes him a liability on power blocking schemes. I expect him to have a breakout year. Lincoln Alexander (soph DT) - proved that he could play at DE last year and has now added size (6-2, 266). Could really emerge as a playmaker that is counted on with the Ryan Boutwell injury. Austin Orr (Medical Redshirt DE/DT) - Freak accident redshirted him last year. Now 6-4, 268 and could provide depth at several d-line positions. Boutwell's injury raises his stock. Feel free to add/delete comment as you see fit. This post has been promoted to an article
  2. Orr also could sense the heightened level of competition on the defensive side of the ball, where UNT is rebuilding after losing several key players following last season. “It was very competitive,” Orr said. “It helped us a lot as a team.” The higher level of competition was good for several players individually. Thompson named tackle LaChris Anyiam as one of the players who has improved the most during fall camp. Anyiam is competing with Coleman Feeley for the starting job at right tackle. Orr singled out his backup Derek Akunne as one of the players who has improved the most. Akunne isn’t expected to bump Orr from UNT’s lineup, but he could challenge for a starting job at outside linebacker. “Derek is really athletic and fast,” Orr said. “He can play any linebacker position.” McCarney named safety David Busby and offensive lineman Connor Trussell as two of the younger players who have stood out. Busby will play this season, while Trussell’s status on the depth chart at one of UNT’s deepest positions is still up in the air. Read more: http://www.dentonrc.com/sports/colleges/north-texas-headlines/20120822-football-mean-green-turns-focus-to-competing-against-lsu.ece
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