Weight Wish List
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Okay, since we're still waiting for the new weights to be listed on the Columbia football roster, why don't I just print my personal wish list for 10, off the top of my head, key players and the changes I'd like to see them make.
1) Jeff Adams: Currently 305 lbs.
Adams is currently listed at 305 lbs. He's more than okay at that weight, but imagine him 10 pounds heavier and even stronger!
2) Seyi Adebayo: Currently 260 lbs.
If Seyi can get it up to 270 or more, and maintain his speed, that would be devastating,
3) Tom Callahan: Currently 290 lbs.
Could a freshman OL really get some playing time? If Callahan adds muscle and goes over 300 lbs, he might have a chance.
4) Xander Frantz: Currently 280 lbs.
Love to see him break the 290 lb. level.
5) Owen Fraser: Currently 265 lbs.
Fraser needs to get back up to 275 lbs., maybe more. He could be a great nose tackle if he's healthy.
6) Hamilton Garner: Currently 225 lbs.
To be a great and effective blocking TE, he needs to get above 230 or so.
7) Nick Gerst: Currently 190 lbs.
If he can keep his speed at the 200 lb. level... watch out!
8) Alec Kosminskas: Currently 285 lbs.
Another OL who needs to get into 295 lb. territory.
9) Nick Melka: Currently 240 lbs.
A possible candidate for nose tackle if he can gain 30 pounds or so.
10) Jimmy Yukevich: Currently 275 lbs.
Yukevich is 6-7... so he needs to be 295 minimum to really get his body into proportion as an OL.
Top 100 Moments of 2010:
#24: Brackett Forces One
Sean Brackett threw just six interceptions in 2010.
But four of them came in back-to-back games against Yale and Harvard.
Perhaps the costliest pick came early in the 3rd quarter at Harvard Stadium with the Lions at the Crimson four and trailing 16-0.
On 2nd and Goal from the four, Brackett was picked off by Alex Gedeon. Gedeon then ran it back 29 yards to the Harvard 32.
The turnover marred a drive that had begun at the Columbia 23 and included four first downs.