Tulane Green Wave College Football Preview 2021: Top Players
Best Tulane Green Wave Offensive Player
OG Corey Dublin, Sr.
The hope is for QB Michael Pratt to be the team’s star offensive player, and a few of the receivers might want to make a claim, but Dublin is the representative for a line full of potential all-stars.
Dublin and center Sincere Haynesworth each earned second-team All-AAC honors as part of the great run blocking interior. The 6-4, 312-pounder should be one of the stars again – even if he’s guard.
2. C Sincere Haynesworth, Soph.
3. QB Michael Pratt, RFr.
4. OT Joey Claybrook, Jr.
5. WR Duece Watts, Jr.
Best Tulane Green Wave Defensive Player
LB Dorian Williams, Soph.
Built like a bulked up safety, the 6-1, 220-pound sophomore got his feet wet as a freshman and then was all over the field as a sophomore. He led the team with 97 tackles with 3.5 sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss, and this year he once against combines with Keven Henry and Marvin Moody to give the Green Wave one of the AAC’s better linebacking corps.
2. S Larry Brooks, Jr.
3. DT Joseph Dorceus, Sr.
4. LB Nick Anderson, Jr.
5. P Ryan Wright, Jr.
Top Incoming Tulane Green Wave Transfer
DT Joseph Dorceus, Sr.
A former walk-on who tried into a terrific lineman for Memphis, the 6-0, 277-pounder cranked out 136 tackles with 15 sacks and 33.5 tackles for loss turning his four years. He’s tough against the run and quick off the ball, and for for a Tulane line that needs new, reliable bodies, he’s going to be an instant help.