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cheyannefan
01-05-2006, 08:41 PM
These are guys that might be overlooked, but maybe the Fins should take a look at.
CB:
Will Blackmon, Boston College- 6-0,196
Average size but could develop into a good corner.
Reuben Houson, Georgia Tech- 6-0, 190
Once again average size but over time could make a difference.
Darrel Hunter, Miami(OH)- 6-1,213
Nice whieght and played pretty well against Ohio State's good recievers.
Josh Lay, Pittsburgh- 6-2, 195
Has the build to put some whieght on, could become a difference maker.
Anwar Phillips, Penn State- 6-1,182
Could put some whieght on, but could develop into a shutdown corner. Anyone the FSU game?

S:
Willie Andrews, Baylor- 5-10,182
Has some size problems especially against tight ends and tall slot WR's. With proper teaching could become a solid player.
Nate Salley, Ohio State- 6-3,220 :fire:
As an avid Ohio State fan, I have seen every game he has played. Another big hitter on that defense, and one that the Dolphins could use in their secondary.

LB:
Nick Reid, Kansas- 6-4, 230 :fire:
A nicely sized, big hitting OLB that could fill the Seau's shoes nicely.
Brandon Perkins, Kansas- 6-1,225
Not that big, but can read what an offense is doing, quickly.

*All are seniors, that like all late round picks can make an impact if placed in the proper situation.*
Still looking for suggestions on anyone that you think could be good. So, add your input.

Dolfan4life34
01-05-2006, 08:48 PM
anthony smith from syracuse can be a huge steal i nthe draft a free safety who can lay the wood but is also a ball hawk having sic ints this year

Dolfan4life34
01-05-2006, 08:49 PM
anthony smith from syracuse can be a huge steal in the draft a free safety who can lay the wood but is also a ball hawk having six interceptions this year hace decent speed and can turn into a dominant starting fs in the nfl with good coaching which saban can give

Dolfan4life34
01-05-2006, 08:50 PM
sorry bout that