Top Rated Players in NCAA Football 14

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Posted June 11th, 2013 at 5:00 pm

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Tradition Sports Online has gathered the top 15 rated players for NCAA Football 14. Leading the way is the odds-on favorite to be the #1 pick in the NFL Draft next year South Carolina defensive end #7 (Jadeveon Clowney) with a 99 rating. Coming off the Heisman winning season Texas A&M quarterback #2 (Johnny Manziel) is joined by four others rated 97 overall. Head over to TSO for the complete list and ratings breakdowns and leave your thoughts on them in the comments!

  • Just a guy

    I’m honestly surprised they’re using player likenesses whatsoever. Seems like a stupid thing to do considering the lawsuit.

    • http://pastapadre.com/ pastapadre

      They’re already deep in it. Won’t make much difference in the judgment if they lose. Plus, changing now might be used as evidence that they were doing something “wrong” before.

    • Keith.

      I’m also really surprised they’re still doing this — very ballsy move even for EA. Then again, EA still hasn’t even disclosed the suit in their financials yet so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

      Every bit of this only adds to what a jury could see one day, and the class just keeps getting bigger and bigger each year.

  • BearDownWildcats

    I’m happy Ka’Deem Carey from the University of Arizona is getting some love with a 94 overall ranking

  • Jaxon Wright

    but I thought there weren’t any real players in NCAA football. *trollface*

  • Mason Drews

    Where the hell is Mariota?

    • Wematanye

      He should be around a 90.

      • Mason Drews

        I don’t disagree – I just think that a number of the QB’s listed are neither better nor worse than he is.

  • DMeehan

    Pasta maybe it’s my fault for not paying enough attention to this whole likeness suit. However would this bankrupt EA? As much as I dislike the company I wouldn’t wish the only college football video game would just cease to exist.

    • http://pastapadre.com/ pastapadre

      Hard to say because the judgment could be for really any amount, they may settle beforehand, and the big threat goes away if class action isn’t approved. It would certainly be a huge hit to their ability to make college football games though at the very least and could damage them further.

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