Only two players left in our 2015 Projections. Today's projectee is CB Xavien Howard, last year's breakout CB.
Moving through the defense, we've now arrived at Baylor's freshman All-American LB, Taylor Young.
We're getting going a little later than usual this morning because I forgot to pre-write the post last night. Sorry!
It's the moment so many have been waiting for...
After a weekend off from the projecting game, it's time for the defense. As it will be during the season, this side of the ball is led by Andrew Billings.
Let's have some fun today and (maybe) finish off our offensive players in style.
Awwww, yeah. The freshman sensation is back and looking to blow any possibility of a sophomore slump out of the water.
Baylor's leading WR from 2014 is back for his junior season and ready to be the go-to guy for new QB Seth Russell.
Next up on our list is #32 on your roster and #1 in your heart: RB Shock Linwood.
HERE. WE. GO.
Tomorrow, we start the latest installment of the ODB Community Projections, wherein we, as a community, project the performances of Baylor's best and brighest in the upcoming football season.
We have finally come now to the last Community Projection of 2014. If you've missed some in the past and want to be eligible for the contest, you have two days left!
Today's projection kicks things off in the secondary, where Xavien Howard has grabbed ahold of one starting CB spot and won't let go.
We're still pushing through the defense, and today's projectee is senior Collin Brence.
Baylor's presumed starter at outside linebacker is up today in the community projections. What kind impact will he have in his first year on the first team?
The linebackers are up now, starting with tackling machine Bryce Hager.
Today's projection marks our last planned duo and finishes off the lines.
DID YOU KNOW: We didn't do any DTs in this last year? A horrendous oversight, I believe. We're doing one now.
The less-heralded but longer-tenured member of our DE tandem is now up, looking to build on a great 2013.
It's just a couple of hours late; it's still good! It's still good!
With all 12 players on offense now posted, it's time to see how we're doing as a group in terms of participation.
After nearly two full weeks, we've finally reached the end of our offensive projections with our second true freshman.
Underused and underappreciate in our offense, the TEs are finally getting their day.
We're crossing the Rubicon of projections today with true freshman K.D. Cannon.
Will Jay Lee make THE LEAP to be Baylor's next big star on the outside?
Up next is sophomore Corey Coleman, the pick of many to be our breakout player for 2014.
Baylor's do-everything WR Levi Norwood enters his senior year as the #2 returning wideout in targets. Will he end it as such?
This is one people have been looking forward to for a while, I think. Will Goodley improve on his breakout 2013 or has he reached his ceiling?
We've got our first paired projection day with the next two RBs. Both should play big roles for Baylor this season.
With over 60 projections in for QB Bryce Petty, we're off to a great start on the 2014 projections. Next up is the electric RB Shock Linwood.
We're kicking things off in a big way with the Man, the Myth, the Legend: QB Bryce Petty.
Please keep all discussion about the 2013 ODB Community Projections here, so it will be easier for me to compile the projections once they are done. Talk about whatever you want, here!
Whether tomorrow marks the official start of the 2014 season or just the first day that players report, we're gearing up for 2014. That means season prep, the start of CampBU, and Community Projections!