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NewEra8
01-10-2006, 05:37 AM
Everybody talks about the main obvious players... but you have to realize, history repeats itself and alot of the NFL greats are picked in the later rounds... So here is a compiled list of possible 'overlooked' players in the media's eyes that we should look at...



FIRST TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Felton Huggins, 6'2.2", 185, Southeast Louisiana
WR Nichiren Flowers, 6'2", 207, Nevada
TE Charles Davis, 6'5", 262, Purdue
OT Jonathan Scott, 6'6", 315, Texas
OG (Jr.) Kyle Young, 6'4.5", 320, Fresno State
C Donovan Raiola, 6'2.5", 290, Wisconsin
OG Troy Reddick, 6'4.5", 329, Auburn
OT Daryn Colledge, 6'5", 298, Boise St.
RB Leon Washington, 5'9", 202, Florida State
RB Lendale White, 6'2", 235, U.S.C.
QB Bruce Gradkowski, 6'1.8", 222, Toledo
K Ben Jones, 5'11", 212, Purdue

DEFENSE:

DE Manny Lawson, 6'4", 235, NC State
DT Loren Howard, 6'3", 280, Northwestern
DT (Jr.) John McCargo, 6'1", 290, NC State
DE Darryl Tapp, 6'1", 265, Virginia Tech
S-OLB Trevis Coley, 6'1.5", 225, Southern Miss
LB Xavier Adibi, 6'2", 222, Virginia Tech
LB Spencer Havner, 6'3.6", 245, UCLA
LB Dale Robinson, 6'1", 244, Arizona St.
S Jahmile Addae, 6'0", 210, West Virginia
S Greg Blue, 6'1", 203, Georgia
CB Charlie Peprah, 5'10", 194, Alabama
CB Darrell Hunter, 6'0.5", 205, Miami (OH)
P Ryan Plackemeier, 6'2", 227, Wake Forest



SECOND TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR (Jr.) Johnnie Lee Higgins, 6'0", 175, UTEP
WR Vincent Marshall, 5'7", 165, Houston
TE David Jones, 6'4", 259, L.S.U.
OT Mark LeVoir, 6'6", 317, Notre Dame
OG Chris Kuper, 6'4.5", 302, North Dakota
C Marvin Philip, 6'2", 284, California
OG John Glass, 6'4.8", 300, Rutgers
OT Zach Strief, 6'6.5", 340, Northwestern
RB A.J. Harris, 6'1", 223, No. Illinois
RB Derrick Ross, 5'11", 242, Tarleton St.
QB Erik Meyer, 6'2", 205, Eastern Washington
K Kurt Smith, 5'11", 183, Virginia

DEFENSE:

DE Clayton Farrell, 6'4.2", 275, Abilene Christian
DT Jonathan Lewis, 6'1", 300, Virginia Tech
DT-DE Fred Evans, 6'4.5", 300, Texas State
DE Brady Fosmark, 6'2.5", 260, Weber State
LB Thomas Howard, 6'2.5", 235, UTEP
LB John DiGiorgio, 6'1", 230, Saginaw Valley St.
LB H.B. Blades, 5'11", 244, Pittsburgh
LB Pierre Woods, 6'4", 250, Michigan
S Cletis Gordon, 6'2", 195, Jackson State
S Antonio Thomas, 6'1", 200, Western Kentucky
CB Shannon James, 5'9.5", 205, UMass
CB David Pittman, 6'0", 160, Norhwestern St. (LA)
P Jeff Williams, 6'4", 215, Adams State (CO)





THIRD TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Eric Kimble, 5'10", 195, Eastern Washington
WR J.J. Richard, 6'2.5", 202, Emporia State
TE (Jr.) Clark Harris, 6'6", 230, Rutgers
OT Jeff Bolton, 6'4", 308, Montana State
OL Mark Setterstrom, 6'3", 290, Minnesota
OL Jahri Evans, 6'4", 330, Bloomsburg St.
OL Kyle Ralph, 6'4", 297, North Carolina
OT (Jr.) Chase Johnson, 6'7.5", 324, Wyoming
RB Joseph Addai, 6'0", 202, L.S.U.
RB Travis Glasford, 5'11", 190, Western Illinois
QB Chris Edwards, 6'3.4", 210, Wasington & Jefferson
K Stephen Gostkowski, 6'2", 200, Memphis

DEFENSE:

DE Darrell Adams, 6'4", 275, Villanova
DT Chris Gocong, 6'3", 260, Cal Poly SLO
DT Remi Ayodele, 6'2", 280, Oklahoma
DE Mike Lloyd, 6'2", 280, Concordia (WI)
LB-DE Wyatt Gayer, 6'1.8", 250, Anderson (IN)
LB-SS Devin Conwell, 6'2", 214, Ashland
LB Tim Clarke, 6'1.5", 232, Lenoir-Rhyne
LB Demeco Ryans, 6'1", 226, Alabama
S Matt Crispell, 6'1.5", 215, East Stroudsburg
S Quinton Teal, 6'1", 193, Coastal Carolina
CB Allante Harrison, 5'11", 162, Towson St.
CB Darren Barnett, 5'11", 185, Southwest Missouri St.
P Ryan Hoffman, 6'2", 192, Illinois St.


Go to WWW.SCOUT.COM (http://www.scout.com/) to get additional information on alot of these players...


So what do you think... Any ideas?

Motion
01-10-2006, 06:18 AM
Quite a few of those are 1st-2nd rounders, not sure how that translates to being a steal. :confused:

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 06:35 AM
As in possible steals as its titled... thats what they are, possible steals... First Team-Unlikely to fall to later rounds.... Second Team-Likely to fall later rounds.... Third Team-Should be there later rounds...

Motion
01-10-2006, 06:50 AM
As in possible steals as its titled... thats what they are, possible steals... First Team-Unlikely to fall to later rounds.... Second Team-Likely to fall later rounds.... Third Team-Should be there later rounds...

If you think Demeco Ryans will last past the 1st round you need to seriously re-access your scouting ability! :D

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 07:05 AM
If you think Demeco Ryans will last past the 1st round you need to seriously re-access your scouting ability! :D

Why wouldn't he? In just OLB alone he has AJ Hawk, Chad Greenway, Spencer Havner and maybe even Ernie Sims or Thomas Howard ahead of him... not even including ILB like Brooks and Jackson

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 07:05 AM
If you think Demeco Ryans will last past the 1st round you need to seriously re-access your scouting ability! :D I'll put money on it that he doesn't go first round!

Edit: Man, you must be crazy... yes hes a good athlete but first round? Cmon... is your head on straight?

Motion
01-10-2006, 07:21 AM
I'll put money on it that he doesn't go first round!

Edit: Man, you must be crazy... yes hes a good athlete but first round? Cmon... is your head on straight?

WTF are you talking about man? He may slip out of the first round barely, I'll give you that but he's far better than some of the names you mentioned. Let alone putting him on your "3rd team steals", he's an early first day pick at the very least.

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 07:32 AM
WTF are you talking about man? He may slip out of the first round barely, I'll give you that but he's far better than some of the names you mentioned. Let alone putting him on your "3rd team steals", he's an early first day pick at the very least.

How many LB's alone do you have ahead of him?

Motion
01-10-2006, 07:40 AM
How many LB's alone do you have ahead of him?

Edit:

OLB's only: Hawk, Greenway probably based purely on size although I think Ryans is a better all around player, and Havner is very debatable

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 07:46 AM
More than likely hes gonna have to change from strong side to weak side cause of his size.... and his passrushing skills are weak... how many teams are gonna draft him in the top 2 rounds knowing that? Especially with all of the other options out this year

Motion
01-10-2006, 08:03 AM
More than likely hes gonna have to change from strong side to weak side cause of his size.... and his passrushing skills are weak... how many teams are gonna draft him in the top 2 rounds knowing that? Especially with all of the other options out this year

His passrushing skills can be easily improved although I don't think they are that bad to begin with. He'd be an ideal weakside LB in a 4-3 defense with his good coverage skills. He's a sure first day pick.

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 08:12 AM
His passrushing skills can be easily improved although I don't think they are that bad to begin with. He'd be an ideal weakside LB in a 4-3 defense with his good coverage skills. 1st round may be a bit much, but he's a sure first day pick.
Late 2nd round AT BEST

Motion
01-10-2006, 08:28 AM
Late 2nd round AT BEST

No way,Still shouldn't be considered a steal, which was my original point! :tongue: Let alone a 3rd teamer.

apa64che
01-10-2006, 09:59 AM
I told you guys that Darryl Tapp would be overlooked. I know we need a QB first and foremost. I don't know how much Saban would like to have someone to balance Taylor's blitz on the other side, or just have someone ready when Taylor retires, but I'd be dancin in the streets if we got him. I'm tellin you, this kid is awesome.

NewEra8
01-10-2006, 10:30 AM
Still shouldn't be considered a steal, which was my original point! :tongue: Let alone a 3rd teamer.

So out of this whole post, that one guy is your whole arguement... thanks for your opinion, bye bye now

Idaphin
01-10-2006, 11:06 AM
Well, I am prejudiced in that I watched Daryn Colledge Play at Boise State. He would be a great addition to any team. He has the skills and he has the right attitude. Very much a team guy. I would love to have him.

ckparrothead
01-10-2006, 11:38 AM
Holy crap dude I'm SO in. I'll bet $500 that Demeco Ryans goes first round. You taking the bet NewEra13? We can set it up and everything...

Philter25
01-10-2006, 11:44 AM
I'll put money on it that he doesn't go first round!

Edit: Man, you must be crazy... yes hes a good athlete but first round? Cmon... is your head on straight?

I will bet you 500 bucks he goes 1st round unless he dies or gets paralyzed in the next few months. Can I get a witness?

Danny
01-10-2006, 11:51 AM
Everybody talks about the main obvious players... but you have to realize, history repeats itself and alot of the NFL greats are picked in the later rounds... So here is a compiled list of possible 'overlooked' players in the media's eyes that we should look at...



FIRST TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Felton Huggins, 6'2.2", 185, Southeast Louisiana
WR Nichiren Flowers, 6'2", 207, Nevada
TE Charles Davis, 6'5", 262, Purdue
OT Jonathan Scott, 6'6", 315, Texas
OG (Jr.) Kyle Young, 6'4.5", 320, Fresno State
C Donovan Raiola, 6'2.5", 290, Wisconsin
OG Troy Reddick, 6'4.5", 329, Auburn
OT Daryn Colledge, 6'5", 298, Boise St.
RB Leon Washington, 5'9", 202, Florida State
RB Lendale White, 6'2", 235, U.S.C.
QB Bruce Gradkowski, 6'1.8", 222, Toledo
K Ben Jones, 5'11", 212, Purdue

DEFENSE:

DE Manny Lawson, 6'4", 235, NC State
DT Loren Howard, 6'3", 280, Northwestern
DT (Jr.) John McCargo, 6'1", 290, NC State
DE Darryl Tapp, 6'1", 265, Virginia Tech
S-OLB Trevis Coley, 6'1.5", 225, Southern Miss
LB Xavier Adibi, 6'2", 222, Virginia Tech
LB Spencer Havner, 6'3.6", 245, UCLA
LB Dale Robinson, 6'1", 244, Arizona St.
S Jahmile Addae, 6'0", 210, West Virginia
S Greg Blue, 6'1", 203, Georgia
CB Charlie Peprah, 5'10", 194, Alabama
CB Darrell Hunter, 6'0.5", 205, Miami (OH)
P Ryan Plackemeier, 6'2", 227, Wake Forest



SECOND TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR (Jr.) Johnnie Lee Higgins, 6'0", 175, UTEP
WR Vincent Marshall, 5'7", 165, Houston
TE David Jones, 6'4", 259, L.S.U.
OT Mark LeVoir, 6'6", 317, Notre Dame
OG Chris Kuper, 6'4.5", 302, North Dakota
C Marvin Philip, 6'2", 284, California
OG John Glass, 6'4.8", 300, Rutgers
OT Zach Strief, 6'6.5", 340, Northwestern
RB A.J. Harris, 6'1", 223, No. Illinois
RB Derrick Ross, 5'11", 242, Tarleton St.
QB Erik Meyer, 6'2", 205, Eastern Washington
K Kurt Smith, 5'11", 183, Virginia

DEFENSE:

DE Clayton Farrell, 6'4.2", 275, Abilene Christian
DT Jonathan Lewis, 6'1", 300, Virginia Tech
DT-DE Fred Evans, 6'4.5", 300, Texas State
DE Brady Fosmark, 6'2.5", 260, Weber State
LB Thomas Howard, 6'2.5", 235, UTEP
LB John DiGiorgio, 6'1", 230, Saginaw Valley St.
LB H.B. Blades, 5'11", 244, Pittsburgh
LB Pierre Woods, 6'4", 250, Michigan
S Cletis Gordon, 6'2", 195, Jackson State
S Antonio Thomas, 6'1", 200, Western Kentucky
CB Shannon James, 5'9.5", 205, UMass
CB David Pittman, 6'0", 160, Norhwestern St. (LA)
P Jeff Williams, 6'4", 215, Adams State (CO)



THIRD TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Eric Kimble, 5'10", 195, Eastern Washington
WR J.J. Richard, 6'2.5", 202, Emporia State
TE (Jr.) Clark Harris, 6'6", 230, Rutgers
OT Jeff Bolton, 6'4", 308, Montana State
OL Mark Setterstrom, 6'3", 290, Minnesota
OL Jahri Evans, 6'4", 330, Bloomsburg St.
OL Kyle Ralph, 6'4", 297, North Carolina
OT (Jr.) Chase Johnson, 6'7.5", 324, Wyoming
RB Joseph Addai, 6'0", 202, L.S.U.
RB Travis Glasford, 5'11", 190, Western Illinois
QB Chris Edwards, 6'3.4", 210, Wasington & Jefferson
K Stephen Gostkowski, 6'2", 200, Memphis

DEFENSE:

DE Darrell Adams, 6'4", 275, Villanova
DT Chris Gocong, 6'3", 260, Cal Poly SLO
DT Remi Ayodele, 6'2", 280, Oklahoma
DE Mike Lloyd, 6'2", 280, Concordia (WI)
LB-DE Wyatt Gayer, 6'1.8", 250, Anderson (IN)
LB-SS Devin Conwell, 6'2", 214, Ashland
LB Tim Clarke, 6'1.5", 232, Lenoir-Rhyne
LB Demeco Ryans, 6'1", 226, Alabama
S Matt Crispell, 6'1.5", 215, East Stroudsburg
S Quinton Teal, 6'1", 193, Coastal Carolina
CB Allante Harrison, 5'11", 162, Towson St.
CB Darren Barnett, 5'11", 185, Southwest Missouri St.
P Ryan Hoffman, 6'2", 192, Illinois St.


Go to WWW.SCOUT.COM (http://www.scout.com/) to get additional information on alot of these players...


So what do you think... Any ideas?
John Scott,Reddick,Landale White,Lawson,Tapp,Havner,Ryans,Blue and Gradkowski WILL NOT be overlook.Ohter than Gradkowski, then other should be 1st or 2nd round picks.Maybe Blue will last till the 3rd round.

Ozzy rules!! :rockon: :guitar:

Motion
01-10-2006, 08:31 PM
So out of this whole post, that one guy is your whole arguement... thanks for your opinion, bye bye now

Come on now, you don't have to be bitter cause your wrong.

NewEra8
01-12-2006, 12:20 AM
Come on now, you don't have to be bitter cause your wrong.

LOL how am I wrong... you started your whole conversation that hes a 1st day guy... and then youre slowly working him down. He will be gone at the end of the 1st day AT BEST...

byroan
01-12-2006, 12:24 AM
He will be gone at the end of the 1st day AT BEST...

If you're so sure, then take the above bets.

Nappy Roots
01-12-2006, 12:35 AM
LOL how am I wrong... you started your whole conversation that hes a 1st day guy... and then youre slowly working him down. He will be gone at the end of the 1st day AT BEST...


from espn

and you say, end of 1st day? maybe if he blows up his knee during workouts.


Scouts Inc.'s Top
1. Reggie Bush Jr. RB USC
2. Matt Leinart Sr. QB USC
3. D'Brickashaw Ferguson Sr. OT Virginia
4. A.J. Hawk Sr. OLB Ohio St.
5. Vince Young Jr. QB Texas
6. Mario Williams Jr. DE N.C. State
7. Jimmy Williams Sr. DC Virginia Tech
8. Demeco Ryans Sr. OLB Alabama

dolphinfan2k5
01-12-2006, 12:35 AM
:lol: This thread cracks me up. Put me down on the list for that bet. Third round :lol:

Motion
01-18-2006, 01:18 AM
So have you seen Kiper's mock NewEra?

Philter25
01-18-2006, 10:46 AM
Bet Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaassssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

paskerbrandon
01-18-2006, 10:59 AM
Anyway... to get back to the ACTUAL THREAD... Here are my top 5 steals at our 2 biggest need positions, CB and QB.. I'll add the rest of the positions later...

QB

1) Erik Meyer
2) Barrick Nealy
3) Brent Basneaz
4) Paul Pinegar
5) Justin Holland

CB

1) Josh Lay
2) Will Blackmon
3) Alan Zematis
4) Anwar Phillips
5) Jay McCariens

amir7
01-18-2006, 07:54 PM
throw me in that bet:eek:

ckparrothead
01-18-2006, 08:03 PM
PLEEEEEAAAASE BET ME!!! PLEASE!!!

OK, Paskerbrandon brought up some good names. Barrick Nealy and Erik Meyer are really good ones (emphasis on Nealy), and it might be worth it to figure out what in god's name happened to Pinegar during the last three games of the year. Before the USC game the dude was considered a 2nd round possibility. Now he's fallen down to the depths of the draft in a lot of peoples' eyes and that STINKS of an overreaction. Were the 2nd round talks about him overblown? Sure. But should he go from 2nd round to undrafted because of a bad three game stretch? Probably not.

Josh Lay is a great value call I think...as would be Danieal Manning of Abilene-Christian or Justin Wyatt of USC. But some of the other guys you listed like Blackmon, Anwar, and Zemaitis...are possibley Day 1 selections.

fishypete
01-18-2006, 08:32 PM
NFLDraftscout has him at 10....at this time. I don't see him dropping 22 spots...unless he pulls a Rodgers. Take it from me....don't bet.

fishypete
01-18-2006, 08:33 PM
Anyway... to get back to the ACTUAL THREAD... Here are my top 5 steals at our 2 biggest need positions, CB and QB.. I'll add the rest of the positions later...

QB

1) Erik Meyer
2) Barrick Nealy
3) Brent Basneaz
4) Paul Pinegar
5) Justin Holland

CB

1) Josh Lay
2) Will Blackmon
3) Alan Zematis
4) Anwar Phillips
5) Jay McCariens

The only player on your list that impressed the scouts at the Shriners is Pinegar.

themole
02-18-2006, 09:45 PM
Everybody talks about the main obvious players... but you have to realize, history repeats itself and alot of the NFL greats are picked in the later rounds... So here is a compiled list of possible 'overlooked' players in the media's eyes that we should look at...



FIRST TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Felton Huggins, 6'2.2", 185, Southeast Louisiana
WR Nichiren Flowers, 6'2", 207, Nevada
TE Charles Davis, 6'5", 262, Purdue
OT Jonathan Scott, 6'6", 315, Texas
OG (Jr.) Kyle Young, 6'4.5", 320, Fresno State
C Donovan Raiola, 6'2.5", 290, Wisconsin
OG Troy Reddick, 6'4.5", 329, Auburn
OT Daryn Colledge, 6'5", 298, Boise St.
RB Leon Washington, 5'9", 202, Florida State
RB Lendale White, 6'2", 235, U.S.C.
QB Bruce Gradkowski, 6'1.8", 222, Toledo
K Ben Jones, 5'11", 212, Purdue

DEFENSE:

DE Manny Lawson, 6'4", 235, NC State
DT Loren Howard, 6'3", 280, Northwestern
DT (Jr.) John McCargo, 6'1", 290, NC State
DE Darryl Tapp, 6'1", 265, Virginia Tech
S-OLB Trevis Coley, 6'1.5", 225, Southern Miss
LB Xavier Adibi, 6'2", 222, Virginia Tech
LB Spencer Havner, 6'3.6", 245, UCLA
LB Dale Robinson, 6'1", 244, Arizona St.
S Jahmile Addae, 6'0", 210, West Virginia
S Greg Blue, 6'1", 203, Georgia
CB Charlie Peprah, 5'10", 194, Alabama
CB Darrell Hunter, 6'0.5", 205, Miami (OH)
P Ryan Plackemeier, 6'2", 227, Wake Forest



SECOND TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR (Jr.) Johnnie Lee Higgins, 6'0", 175, UTEP
WR Vincent Marshall, 5'7", 165, Houston
TE David Jones, 6'4", 259, L.S.U.
OT Mark LeVoir, 6'6", 317, Notre Dame
OG Chris Kuper, 6'4.5", 302, North Dakota
C Marvin Philip, 6'2", 284, California
OG John Glass, 6'4.8", 300, Rutgers
OT Zach Strief, 6'6.5", 340, Northwestern
RB A.J. Harris, 6'1", 223, No. Illinois
RB Derrick Ross, 5'11", 242, Tarleton St.
QB Erik Meyer, 6'2", 205, Eastern Washington
K Kurt Smith, 5'11", 183, Virginia

DEFENSE:

DE Clayton Farrell, 6'4.2", 275, Abilene Christian
DT Jonathan Lewis, 6'1", 300, Virginia Tech
DT-DE Fred Evans, 6'4.5", 300, Texas State
DE Brady Fosmark, 6'2.5", 260, Weber State
LB Thomas Howard, 6'2.5", 235, UTEP
LB John DiGiorgio, 6'1", 230, Saginaw Valley St.
LB H.B. Blades, 5'11", 244, Pittsburgh
LB Pierre Woods, 6'4", 250, Michigan
S Cletis Gordon, 6'2", 195, Jackson State
S Antonio Thomas, 6'1", 200, Western Kentucky
CB Shannon James, 5'9.5", 205, UMass
CB David Pittman, 6'0", 160, Norhwestern St. (LA)
P Jeff Williams, 6'4", 215, Adams State (CO)



THIRD TEAM


OFFENSE:

WR Eric Kimble, 5'10", 195, Eastern Washington
WR J.J. Richard, 6'2.5", 202, Emporia State
TE (Jr.) Clark Harris, 6'6", 230, Rutgers
OT Jeff Bolton, 6'4", 308, Montana State
OL Mark Setterstrom, 6'3", 290, Minnesota
OL Jahri Evans, 6'4", 330, Bloomsburg St.
OL Kyle Ralph, 6'4", 297, North Carolina
OT (Jr.) Chase Johnson, 6'7.5", 324, Wyoming
RB Joseph Addai, 6'0", 202, L.S.U.
RB Travis Glasford, 5'11", 190, Western Illinois
QB Chris Edwards, 6'3.4", 210, Wasington & Jefferson
K Stephen Gostkowski, 6'2", 200, Memphis

DEFENSE:

DE Darrell Adams, 6'4", 275, Villanova
DT Chris Gocong, 6'3", 260, Cal Poly SLO
DT Remi Ayodele, 6'2", 280, Oklahoma
DE Mike Lloyd, 6'2", 280, Concordia (WI)
LB-DE Wyatt Gayer, 6'1.8", 250, Anderson (IN)
LB-SS Devin Conwell, 6'2", 214, Ashland
LB Tim Clarke, 6'1.5", 232, Lenoir-Rhyne
LB Demeco Ryans, 6'1", 226, Alabama
S Matt Crispell, 6'1.5", 215, East Stroudsburg
S Quinton Teal, 6'1", 193, Coastal Carolina
CB Allante Harrison, 5'11", 162, Towson St.
CB Darren Barnett, 5'11", 185, Southwest Missouri St.
P Ryan Hoffman, 6'2", 192, Illinois St.


Go to WWW.SCOUT.COM (http://www.scout.com/) to get additional information on alot of these players...


So what do you think... Any ideas?

Trevis Coley, OLB Southern Miss. is a Baller, along with his twin brother Tavis. He's one of my home town boys so I kept up with both of them through out thier carriers.

Another one of my homeboys is Charles Sharon WR of Bowling Green. Don't understand why I haven't seen much on him. He really lit it up there.

Joneal7
02-18-2006, 10:26 PM
Xavier Adibi ...did he come out...cause i coulda swore he was either a sophmore or junior and never really hear him announce he was coming out

westcoastfinfan
02-19-2006, 03:31 AM
How is Lendale White a steal. Scott Ware from USC is the steal at safety.

djfresh47
02-19-2006, 03:42 AM
I think Reggie McNeal is the steal of the draft if he can stay healthy, which is a big "IF." He's got ability but just couldn't stay healthy last year and A&M was one of the biggest dissapointments in college football IMO.

Bjorn
02-19-2006, 04:00 AM
Xavier Adibi ...did he come out...cause i coulda swore he was either a sophmore or junior and never really hear him announce he was coming out

He isn't available in this draft. I was gonna say the same thing. he will be a junior next year.