Believe the Heisman hype. Henne won’t win the Heisman, and there are some legitimate weaknesses in his game, but he’s as good a quarterback as
The most critical spot on the offense – as Michael Hart, so goes
The depth is not great – losing Kevin Grady hurts a bit, losing Carlos Brown hurts not one bit, but Brandon Minor showed flashes of being the long-lost breakaway threat in 2006. Another thing keeping
Home to perhaps the best pair of wideouts in the country, but it’s hard to rate this group much higher right now because of depth and questions at the tight end.
As the feature wideout, Mario Manningham is on the verge of a Desmond Howard or Braylon Edwards-type season, but enjoy it while you can, because he’s gone after this year. Adrian Arrington stepped up ably in 2006 when Manningham was nicked up and isn’t the deep threat Manningham is, but he’s got great hands and is willing to go over the middle. Think Jason Avant with a little more speed. The group beyond the top two is unsettled but talented – LaTerryal
Tight End is a huge problem. Mike Massey is currently listed as the starter and is a fine blocker, but he’s nothing resembling a serious offensive threat.
More later...life intervenes.