Which team won the Maroon and Gold Spring Game Draft?
Let’s break it down position by position (for the most part). Here is the roster for your own judgment: Spring Game Rosters.
Despite DeLancellotti and Moore not combining to have the same arm as Arndt, they run the offense much better than the soon-to-be senior from Cuero.
Not even close. Look for a Maroon offensive lineman to be traded for a Gold running back (probably Terrence Franks) before Saturday.
At the top, it cancels out. Then you look at depth. Gilmore being on Maroon locks it up.
I’ve seen more this spring out of Lewis and Petersen than Miller and Goodwin.
Even though Gold has fewer linemen than its Maroon counterparts, it has three members of the starting offensive line on its roster. You can’t get much better at tackle than Baker and Bellard.
In addition to Norfleet, Gold nabbed three guys who had tremendous spring camps (McColloch, Odiari and Taulelei).
Once the reserves cancel out, you’re left with Jeter-Gilmon and Orakpo versus McMiller and Robinson. McMiller and Orakpo are a push, but Jeter-Gilmon is better than Robinson.
Name the Bobcats’ starting cornerbacks. Gold has them both (Daniels and Mager), as well as two of the best safeties on the roster in Alexee and Iwuji.
Johnson’s leg dwarfs Dann’s power. Figenshaw can’t match Robinson.
Expect a few trades between now and Saturday to make things more even.