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AALoA Madden Commish: the_EDJ
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AALoA NCAA Commish: SteelPitt16

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Steel Pitt
NCAA 11, 13, 14 BCS Champ
NCAA 11, 13, 14 BCS Champ
Yards : 4166
Swagger : 82
LocationNew York
Fave NFL Team : Pittsburgh Steelers
20110701




AALoA NCAA Dynasty Hall Of Fame

The Hall Of Fame is designed to recognize those virtual athletes whose body of work stood out amongst the rest as being the very best. Please keep in mind that this is the Hall of Fame and not the Hall of Very Good.

Hall Of Fame Induction Process

- A player must not have any eligibility remaining to be nominated (i.e. the player must have graduated or left for the draft)

- A player must have been in your control for at least two seasons. This is to avoid one hit wonders in year one. Sorry, Seniors and Juniors that leave for the draft after year one are not eligible.

- At the end of the season (starting in season 2), any coach can nominate a player for the Hall of Fame. When nominating, please state your case by referencing stats, individual honors, team honors, etc while he was there and other reasons why this player deserves to be mentioned among the best of the best.


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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:12 pmSteel Pitt


Prince-Tyson Gulley
RB
Syracuse

2,361 Rushing Yards
4,683 Total Yards
35 Total TD (25 rush, 8 return, 2 receiving)

2012 Heisman Trophy
2012 Doak Walker Award
2012 First Team All-American
2011 First Team All-American


Prince-Tyson Gulley was a big part of two conference championship teams for the Syracuse Orange. As a junior Gulley was the primary backup at RB to Antwan Bailey but that didn’t stop him from being an X-Factor for this Orange team. Gulley excelled as a return man notching 7 return TD’s during the season en route to a First Team All-American selection as a Returner. When Bailey went down with injury midseason it was Gulley that averaged over 100 yards per game in helping the Orange win the Big East Conference Championship as well as the Sugar Bowl. Gulley gave everyone a glimpse of what was to come when he earned Sugar Bowl MVP. As a senior, Gulley was even more impressive as the starting RB rushing for over 1500 yards on his way to winning the Doak Walker Award (given to college football’s best RB) and the Heisman Trophy (given to college football’s best player). Prince-Tyson Gulley leaves Syracuse as the school’s single season leader in rushing yards and rushing TD.


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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:15 pmSteel Pitt


Alec Lemon
WR
Syracuse


107 Receptions
1,870 Receiving Yards
25 Receiving TD

2012 Bilentnikoff Award
2012 First Team All-American


Alec Lemon’s junior season was spent mainly being Robin to fellow Syracuse WR Van Chew’s Batman as Van Chew set the school’s record for single season receptions. Lemon still managed over 600 yards receiving but when it was his turn to be the man as a senior he didn’t disappoint. Alec Lemon was not only the number 1 WR on the team but also in the country. In 2012 Alec Lemon won the Belentnikoff Award (given to college football’s best WR) while being named First Team All-American. Alec Lemon led the country in receiving yards and receiving TD’s while setting the school’s single season records in both categories. Lemon and Gulley teamed with senior QB Ryan Nassib to form Syracuse’s version of the Big 3 that would finish their careers as back to back conference champions including helping Syracuse win the title in their first season in the ACC.


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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:19 pmSteel Pitt



Tavon Austin

WR
West Virginia


117 Receptions
2,135 Receiving Yards
5,689 Total Yards
44 Total TD (31 receiving, 7 rushing, 6 return)

2011 Best Return Man
2011 Second Team All-American
2012 First Team All-American

Write-up to come.
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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:21 pmSteel Pitt



Geno Smith

QB
West Virginia


6,862 Passing Yards
76 TD / 31 INT
11 Rushing TD

2012 Second Team All-American

Write up to come
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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:23 pmSteel Pitt


EJ Manuel
QB
Florida State


5,724 Passing Yards
47 TD / 29 INT
23 Rushing TD

2012 Maxwell Award
2012 Walter Camp Award

Write up to come.
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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:26 pmSteel Pitt


Matt Barkley
QB
USC


7,188 Passing Yards
69 TD / 30 INT

2 Time First Team All-PAC12

Write up to come.
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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:29 pmSteel Pitt


Robert Woods
WR
USC


109 Receptions
2,411 Receiving Yards
5,912 Total Yards
30 Total TD (27 receiving, 3 return)

2011 Second Team All-American

Write up to come.
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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:30 pmSteel Pitt


Baker Steinkuhler
DT
Nebraska


112 Tackles
42 Tackles For Loss
22 Sacks

2012 Lombardi Award
2012 First Team All-American


If Penn State is Linebacker U, Nebraska is catapulting themselves into Defensive Tackle U. With three straight years of a Potential first round pick leaving the Huskers DT group, Steinkuhler not only has a school legacy to live up to, but also a family legacy to maintain (both his father and uncle played football at Nebraska). In a rotation with the greats Ndamukong Suh and Jared Crick, Steinkuhler learned quickly, and when given the opportunity not only held his own, but succeeded. The biggest landmarks from Steinkuhler's career include nothing 22 Sacks from a DT spot, absurd if you think about it, as well as capturing some Lombardi Award hardware, and a national title. The Nebraska legacy will look to live on as fellow interior Blackshirt greats like Adam Carriker, Suh, Crick, and more welcome him to the League. Steikuhler's size and athleticism are tremendous, and he has a flexible frame that will allow him bulk up to play nose tackle, rush the passer from a three technique, or take on two blockers as a 3-4 DE. With three major graduations in 3 years, Nebraska's defense will look mighty spry entering 2013.


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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:32 pmSteel Pitt


Cameron Meredith
DE
Nebraska


80 Tackles
37 Tackles For Loss
19.5 Sacks

2012 First Team All-American


The man of many names has called himself the Cammerhead Shark, the Camstache, and many more can now be followed at @camyoufeelit. It's rare for a player with such a big personality to back up the talk on the field with as much as he runs his mouth off of it. Battling injuries early in his career, Meredith fought through pain often to anchor the Defensive End position for 2 1/2 years. When needing a big play, the Blackshirts could count on Meredith to step up to snuff a Screen play, or track down the Quarterback. For his carerr, Meredith was also very versatile playing a Predator role taking his hand off the ground and rushing as an Outside Linebacker in 3-4 looks, and jumping around the defensive line to confuse opposing offensive lines. Coming up short three straight years, Meredith finally captured a conference championship, and played that into a national title. Meredith leaves to the NFL following other DE greats like Grant Wistrom, Chirs Kelsay, Mike Rucker, and Kyle VandenBosch.


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on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:34 pmSteel Pitt


John Simon
DT
Ohio State


81 Tackles
33 Tackles For Loss
22 Sacks
1 INT

2011 Lombardi Award
2011 First Team All-American

Write up to come.
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