Lovely get the ice, pop champagne. Don’t forget I used to ride on the train. When I bump it right, call my name. -LL Cool J
Public Service Announcement: Ok, here we go! Like my main Knute Rockne always says, “I’ve found that prayers work best when you have big players.” Here are three big players. Three big fig players. Ooey gooey, rich and chewy inside. Golden cakey, tender flakey outside. Wrap the inside in the outside. Is it good? Darn tootin’! It’s the big, Fig Newton! Are these guys good? Darn tootin’!
Javier Arenas (Alabama): You know his cousin. You know Gilbert Arenas. It’s about time you got to know Javier. It’s about time you got to know Mr. Excitement. Mr. Dynamite. Boom goes the dynamite. I’ve always liked return men. I liked Miami’s Devin Hester. I liked Widener’s Billy White Shoes Johnson. I liked Oklahoma’s Antonio Perkins. Now, I like me some Javier Arenas. One of the most dangerous return men in the country. All-SEC cornerback/return specialist Javier Arenas will be a key part of the Crimson Tide secondary and special teams as a senior in 2009. He is Alabama’s career leader in punt returns yards in a game, season and career as well as touchdowns. He is the active NCAA leader in career punt returns, punt return yards and punt return touchdowns. He is worth watching.
Juice Williams (Illinois): Fling out that dear old flag of Orange and Blue. Lead on your sons and daughters, fighting for you. Juice Williams is fighting for you. He is leading on. Last season, Juice Williams, like Colt McCoy, lead his team in passing and rushing. Last season he broke the school record for season total offense with 3,892 yards (719 rushing, 3,173 passing). Some folks say Juice is an underachiever. Some folks question his decision-making skills. I’m not one of those folks. Juice improved his passing game last year, and will continue to improve it this upcoming year. He is worth watching.
Jacquizz Rodgers (Oregon State): The call him the Quizz. You may remember him rumbling and stumbling for 186 yards in a 27-21 defeat of the mighty USC Trojans. You may remember he was named the Pac-10′s Offensive Player of the Year, the first ever freshman to earn that honor. He is a bruising and shifty runner who is difficult to bring down. Fully healthy after missing final 11 quarters of last season after suffering a left shoulder injury, the Quizz is just a big play waiting to happen. The Quizz is worth watching.
Peace out homies. Six two and Even!