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There are only 100 days to go until our first SAINTS game of the 2020 season. Tampa Bay vs New Orleans SAINTS. Brees vs Brady. Therefore tomorrow morning, Saturday June 6th, the countdown begins. As we begin our traditional countdown this year we salute SAINT TEX for her many years of bringing us the COUNTDOWN. Thank you again SAINT TEX. Tune in tomorrow morning as we begin with number,
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WILLIAM CRAIG ROBERTSON

Craig Robertson played football at Stafford High School in Stafford, Texas. He played running back, option quarterback, kicker, punter, and wide receiver. He was also a star on the basketball and baseball team. He earned 11 letters in four sports. He was an honor roll student as well. Robertson chose to play football at the University of North Texas where he was recruited to play safety. Once he got there Robertson showed how physical he was and the coaches felt he would be better served at linebacker. Robertson became the starter at linebacker midway through his redshirt freshman season, a position he held the remainder of his collegiate career. During his tenure at North Texas, Robertson earned All-America honors as a freshman, and Sun Belt All-Conference honors as a sophomore and senior. As a senior, Robertson led the conference in solo tackles and total tackles. Robertson went undrafted in the 2011and did not receive any offers to sign as an undrafted free. He did not receive any invitations to preseason rookie mini camps. He found himself out of football for almost all of 2011. He was finally signed to the Cleveland Browns practice squad for the last two weeks of that season. In the 2012 preseason he competed for a backup spot to starting LB Scott Fujita in camp. Due to some injuries and suspensions by others,(one due to Bountygate) he got a chance to play. He started in the season opener in 2012 for the Browns. He played four seasons there before coming to New Orleans in 2016 to play the next four seasons for the SAINTS. Last year he played in 15 regular season games with one start and finished with 22 tackles (15 solo), one sack, one interception, and five special teams stops. During his 8 year NFL career he has 549 total tackles, and 9 sacks, not bad for a guy who couldn’t get into a preseason camp coming out of college.

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CESAR RUIZ

Ruiz first played high school ball in Camden, NJ. After two years he transferred to IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL, where he helped lead his team to undefeated seasons in both 2015 and 2016. As a senior in 2016, he anchored an offensive line that enabled his team’s offense to produce 2,000 yards through the air and 1,879 yards on the ground. He was invited to play in the 2017 Under Armour All-American Game. He was an ESPN four-star recruit, and ranked as the No. 1 center nationally. Ruiz committed to play college football for the Michigan Wolverines over offers from Florida, Auburn, LSU and several other top-level programs. Ruiz played in ten games as a freshman, starting five games at right guard. Ruiz started all 13 of Michigan's games at center as a sophomore and was named third team All-Big Ten Conference. Ruiz was named to the Watchlist for the Rimington Trophy going into his junior season. He started all 13 of Michigan's games at center, allowing only eight total quarterback pressures in 447 snaps and was named the best pass blocking center in college football. Following the end of his junior year, Ruiz announced that he had decided to forgo his senior season in order to enter the NFL draft. Over three seasons at Michigan, he played in 36 games, 31 of them as a starter. In this year’s recent draft, Ruiz was selected by the SAINTS in the first round with the 24th overall pick. He is expected to compete to play at both center and right guard. The New Orleans front office has really invested highly in the offensive line with their draft picks in the last few years. It started in 2015 when they selected Andrus Peat in the first round. They spent a first round pick in 2017 with Ryan Ramczyk, they used their first available pick in the 2019 draft to select Erik McCoy, and they continued by taking Ruiz in the 2020 draft with a first round pick. Considering what you have in your left tackle position with Terron Armstead, I am really anxious to see them perform together. Perhaps they are just trying to make it very hard for Brees to walk away from the game.

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ANDREW DOWELL

Dowell went to St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio, where as a senior he rushed for 241 yards on 47 carries. He also caught 10 passes for 148 yards and three scores. He played safety on the defensive side of the ball as well. He had 153 stops, six picks, three of which were returned for touchdowns. He was a 4 year letter winner and 3 year starter for Michigan State. As a senior he started all 13 games and posted a career high 97 tackles. As a junior he started all 13 games as well, and he ranked 2nd in tackles with 74. He was ranked 4th on the team as a sophomore with 67 tackles. After 4 years at Michigan State he had 260 tackles, including 15 for losses with 5.5 sacks, 16 breakups, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and an interception. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising Management. He was signed by the Cowboys in May of 2019 but was waived in August. He was signed by the SAINTS in November of 2019 to the practice squad and then in January of this year the SAINTS signed him again to a reserve/future contract.

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My goodness, he is completely unknown to me.
I was late getting his history posted today, but he had a lot of playing time at linebacker for 3 years at Michigan State.
 
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ZACH WOOD

Wood went to Rowlett High School in Texas. He played defensive tackle and in his last two seasons there he totaled 214 tackles, and 18 sacks. He was an honorable-mention selection in Class 4A All-State as a defensive lineman. Wood accepted a football scholarship from Southern Methodist University. He was red-shirted his first year there and began to see the field the following year. As a red-shirt sophomore he started all 12 games as a defensive end in a 3-4 defense and he spent time as the long snapper. He eventually became a team captain. He finished his college career with 33-of-43 starts, 137 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 9 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 3 blocked kicks. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in applied physiology. Wood was signed as a free agent by the Saints prior to the 2017 season opener after spending parts of 2016 and 2017 competing for snapping duties with the Dallas Cowboys. Wood snapped for all punts and placekicks in all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests in 2019 and has provided consistency since his arrival. He recently signed with the SAINTS on a new four-year contract. He received the lowest rating of any NFL player in the video game MADDEN. Watch the short clip at the end of the pictures as he shows his accuracy and proper response to that rating as hit knocks the game out of a teammates hand.

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ZACH WOOD

Wood went to Rowlett High School in Texas. He played defensive tackle and in his last two seasons there he totaled 214 tackles, and 18 sacks. He was an honorable-mention selection in Class 4A All-State as a defensive lineman. Wood accepted a football scholarship from Southern Methodist University. He was red-shirted his first year there and began to see the field the following year. As a red-shirt sophomore he started all 12 games as a defensive end in a 3-4 defense and he spent time as the long snapper. He eventually became a team captain. He finished his college career with 33-of-43 starts, 137 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, 9 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 3 blocked kicks. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in applied physiology. Wood was signed as a free agent by the Saints prior to the 2017 season opener after spending parts of 2016 and 2017 competing for snapping duties with the Dallas Cowboys. Wood snapped for all punts and placekicks in all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests in 2019 and has provided consistency since his arrival. He recently signed with the SAINTS on a new four-year contract. He received the lowest rating of any NFL player in the video game MADDEN. Watch the short clip at the end of the pictures as he shows his accuracy and proper response to that rating as hit knocks the game out of a teammates hand.

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Most accurate QB, most accurate LS.
There is another video where the quarterback throw at MADDEN games as someone throws them up like when skeet shooting. It was one of their quarterback challenges. Zach joins the quarterbacks and nails it after someone tosses it in the air.
 
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Juantavius Tavon "J. T." Gray

Gray was born in the Mississippi Delta in Clarksdale. He played football in his junior year of high school in Coolidge Arizona. As a junior, he had 60 carries for 914 yards and 15 scores while catching ten passes for 117 yards and a TD. He also played defense and he lead his team with 112 tackles and two interceptions. He was on the track team at Coolidge and qualified for the state meet in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter run, high jump and long jump. He went back to Mississippi for his senior year and played at Clarksdale High school. Once again he played on both offense and defense where he recorded 58 tackles on defense and rushed for 939 yards and 16 scores on offense. He played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic. Gray played college for the Mississippi State Bulldogs. He played at both safety and outside linebacker. He played in 45 games with 17 starts from 2014-17 and he made 210 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, four sacks. The SAINTS signed Gray as an undrafted free agent after the draft. Many of us, including me, were surprised when he made the 53 man roster and the SAINTS had to cut draft picks Karmin Moore and Boston Scott. He played in five games, primarily playing on special teams, before being waived, but he was resigned to the practice squad. He was brought back to compete for a spot in 2019. Once again he made the team and last year he played in all 16 games as a core special-teamer. He tied for the league-lead with 16 special teams tackles and was named second-team All-Pro as a special teamer. I’m pretty sure I didn’t hear Scott or Moore make any All-Pro teams, or lead any NFL statistics at their positions.

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ALEX ANZALONE

Anzalone was born and raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. He played both offense and defense for his local high school. As a junior, he was named first-team All-County, All-Region, and All-State when he ran for over 900 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. In his senior year his high school won its first Class AA state championship finishing 16-0. That year, Anzalone rushed for over a 1000 yards with 30 touchdowns, and he made over 100 tackles which earned him a spot on the 247Sports Class of 2013 All-American team. He was named as the Class AA Player of the Year in Pennsylvania and he was also selected to the Under Armour All-American game. After that Alex headed to play football for the Florida Gators. He played in 10 games as a freshman and played in all 12 games the following year as a backup linebacker and on special teams.His junior year was cut short with a season-ending shoulder injury. As a senior he made 53 tackles which ranked third on the Gator’s defense and he accomplished that in only 8 games before he suffered a broken forearm that ended his season. All together at Florida he totaled 3 sacks, 75 tackles, and a fumble recovery in 32 games. In the 2017 NFL draft the SAINTS selected Alex in the third round. In his rookie year he started 4 games before he suffered another shoulder injury and being placed on injury reserve. In 2018 he played in all 16 regular season games with seven starts and appeared in both playoff games. He finished the year with 59 tackles (45 solo), two sacks, an interception, and three forced fumbles. Last year Anzalone's season was cut short again due to another shoulder injury. He played in two games recording seven solo tackles and one sack before going to IR. In his three years with the SAINTS he has appeared in 22 games and he has made 82 tackles (63 solo), four sacks, one interception, three passes defensed and three forced fumbles. Anzalone is a multi-position linebacker and many say when he is in the field, the SAINTS are a different defense. Take care of that shoulder, Mr. Anzalone.

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JOE BACHIE

Bachie participated in multiple sports at Berea-Midpark High school in Berea, Ohio. In football he played on both sides of the ball. As a senior, he led his team in tackles on defense with (89), (14) for a loss, (2) forced fumbles and (3) fumble recoveries. On offense he had 304 yards in receptions, 236 yards rushing, and (17) touchdowns. He was named to the AP Division I All-Ohio first team. He was ranked among the nation’s top inside linebackers by Rival.com and 247Sports. He also lettered in basketball and baseball in high school, earning in both sports all-conference honors. Bachie went to Michigan State and in his freshman year he played defense in the final six games, had (12) tackles, with (2) of them being for a loss. In his second year, he became the first Michigan State sophomore to record 100 tackles in a single season. As a junior, he started all 13 games and led his team in tackles with (102). Bachie earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from conference coaches and ESPN and was named his team's most outstanding defensive player. In 2019, he was named a semi-finalist for the Butkus award. His season was cut short due to a suspension, but he finished the year with (71) tackles, (3.5) sacks in eight games. In his four years at Michigan State, he started for three of them and was a two-time team captain. He had (34) starts in (40) games, (285 )tackles, (27) for a loss, and (5) interceptions. He graduated in December. Bachie was considered a late round pick entering the draft. He is known as a run stopping sure tackler, but also has had difficulty covering running backs in coverage. USA Sports wrote, “he is a smart player and a great tackler, but he was critiqued by analysts for a lack of on-field speed and for his perceived lack of ability to shed blocks and disrupt plays.” He went undrafted but that didn’t keep the SAINTS from signing him quickly as an undrafted free agent. In fact, the SAINTS wanted him to come to New Orleans so badly, Bachie received $160,000 in guarantees, making him one of the NFL’s highest-paid college free agents. Only (2) players in last year’s class receive over 100K in guarantees. Bachie received the highest amount followed by fellow SAINT, Calvin Throckmorton the versatile offensive lineman from Oregon.

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GARRETT GRIFFIN

Griffin went to Louisburg High school in Louisburg, Kansas. He was coached by his father there and was a member of the 2010 4A Kansas state championship team. He earned all-league honors all four years and all-state his final two seasons. He was also the state champion in javelin twice. Garrett played his college football at Air Force. He appeared in 44 career games, lettering four seasons and he finished with 41 receptions for 678 yards (16.5 avg.) with eight touchdowns. He also lettered on track team and was named All-Mountain West in the javelin. After his college career, Griffin was signed by the SAINTS as an undrafted free agent. He has spent the majority of his first three seasons on the Saints practice squad. The last two years he has been brought up to the active roster towards the end of the season. Griffin posted his first career receiving touchdown in the NFC Championship game against the Rams in January of 2019.

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