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nolefin
04-25-2006, 07:40 PM
I think he will be a fin, ricky is gone and leon can be a perfect compliment to ronnie and he can also help on special teams, we can get him late and he has 1-2 round talent!

Crowder52
04-25-2006, 07:43 PM
Yea bro I just started a thread on a possible late round backup RBs and Washington was the first guy I named.

mia4ever
04-25-2006, 07:51 PM
Will there's some good not great talented RB in the draft



1 Reggie Bush * USC 5-10 7/8 200 4.33p
2 DeAngelo Williams Memphis 5-9 207 4.40p
3 LenDale White * USC 6-0 3/8 238
4 Laurence Maroney * Minnesota 5-11 7/8 217 4.47p
5 Joseph Addai LSU 5-11 1/4 215 4.40c
6 Brian Calhoun * Wisconsin 5-9 1/2 202 4.60c
7 Maurice Drew * UCLA 5-6 1/2 207 4.39c
8 Gerald Riggs Jr Tennessee 5-10 7/8 232 4.59p
9 Dontrell Moore New Mexico 5-9 1/2 210 4.63c
10 Mike Bell Arizona 6-0 1/4 221 4.56c
11 Jerious Norwood Mississippi State 5-11 1/2 210 4.40c
12 Leon Washington Florida State 5-7 7/8 201 4.42c
13 Jerome Harrison Washington State 5-9 1/4 201 4.47c
14 Andre Hall South Florida 5-8 1/2 208 4.42c
15 P.J. Daniels Georgia Tech 5-10 1/8 214 4.67c


The Rest

Player School Height Weight 40 Time
Taurean Henderson Texas Tech 5-9 1/2 204 4.63 c
Terrence Whitehead Oregon 5-10 1/8 209 4.65 c
Wali Lundy Virginia 5-11 214 4.45 c
Damien Rhodes Syracuse 5-11 5/8 211 4.49 p
Selvin Young Texas 6-0 215
Cedric Humes Virginia Tech 6-0 7/8 227 4.73 c
Quinton Ganther Utah 5-9 1/2 218 4.50 c
Derrick Ross Tarleton State 5-10 1/2 226 4.52 c
Cory Ross Nebraska 5-6 1/4 210 4.53 c
Ryan Gilbert Houston 5-9 1/2 248
Wendell Mathis Fresno State 5-11 210 4.51 c
A.J. Harris Northern Illinois 6- 7/8 230 4.52 p
Antoine Bagwell California (PA) 5-11 185

fightinfinfan22
04-25-2006, 07:53 PM
does no one here have faith in sammy morris? sorry im the only one who likes him.

nolefin
04-25-2006, 07:54 PM
Yea bro I just started a thread on a possible late round backup RBs and Washington was the first guy I named.

sorry did not see it

finfanlover
04-25-2006, 09:08 PM
I like Cory Ross from Nebraska, can be had in the 7th, could be a great change of pace back. He is only 5-6 and very shifty I think he would be a great pick up to keep from using a day one or 4th rounder.

newlownorder
04-25-2006, 09:16 PM
Sadly, I did little research on RB's because I honestly thought Ricky would win. This is making my mock draft very difficult. Can you give me more info on Leon Washington what round you think he should go to, strengths, weakness, overall quality and any other RB's you think we should look at. I've been looking at players in the SEC which I know Saban likes to look at, I thought Norwood from Mississippi St. could be a possibility but it looks like he's ranked 8th best RB on average, not sure if that's 4th round worth, could be, I just have to do more research and watch some film on both washington and norwood. I dont think my mock will be done by tonight with the Ricky news. I'll try to do my last mock on late Friday, early Saturday but I hope to get my updated mock done by tomorrow at the lastest.

AftrNoon Delite
04-25-2006, 10:02 PM
Anyone expect a running back to fall in our laps in round 3???? I doubt it but could Lendale White be it?

uga3406
04-25-2006, 10:06 PM
Washinton is way to small. What the phins should do is get Kay Jay harris. I like that guy a lot. He has some potential. I wouldnt waste a draft pick on a rb since we dont have a 2nd or 5th and 6h.

MiamiMan147
04-25-2006, 10:15 PM
What's wrong with Brown, Morris, and Minor or Kay Jay Harris? We've got far bigger needs than 3rd string RB.

tonto_phin
04-25-2006, 10:59 PM
most rookie RB's can't pass block

I would rather use Sammy morris, we have many other more pressing needs

flsportsfan83
04-27-2006, 01:22 AM
Andre Hall

ronniethetruck
04-27-2006, 01:28 AM
i think rb is not our best needs in the early rounds. look for defense backs or in the early rounds.

Miamifin23
04-27-2006, 01:41 AM
I like Jerrius Norwood from Miss St. Very hard runner with some exceptional speed.

dlockz
04-27-2006, 02:45 AM
Will there's some good not great talented RB in the draft



1 Reggie Bush * USC 5-10 7/8 200 4.33p
2 DeAngelo Williams Memphis 5-9 207 4.40p
3 LenDale White * USC 6-0 3/8 238
4 Laurence Maroney * Minnesota 5-11 7/8 217 4.47p
5 Joseph Addai LSU 5-11 1/4 215 4.40c
6 Brian Calhoun * Wisconsin 5-9 1/2 202 4.60c
7 Maurice Drew * UCLA 5-6 1/2 207 4.39c
8 Gerald Riggs Jr Tennessee 5-10 7/8 232 4.59p
9 Dontrell Moore New Mexico 5-9 1/2 210 4.63c
10 Mike Bell Arizona 6-0 1/4 221 4.56c
11 Jerious Norwood Mississippi State 5-11 1/2 210 4.40c
12 Leon Washington Florida State 5-7 7/8 201 4.42c
13 Jerome Harrison Washington State 5-9 1/4 201 4.47c
14 Andre Hall South Florida 5-8 1/2 208 4.42c
15 P.J. Daniels Georgia Tech 5-10 1/8 214 4.67c


The Rest

Player School Height Weight 40 Time
Taurean Henderson Texas Tech 5-9 1/2 204 4.63 c
Terrence Whitehead Oregon 5-10 1/8 209 4.65 c
Wali Lundy Virginia 5-11 214 4.45 c
Damien Rhodes Syracuse 5-11 5/8 211 4.49 p
Selvin Young Texas 6-0 215
Cedric Humes Virginia Tech 6-0 7/8 227 4.73 c
Quinton Ganther Utah 5-9 1/2 218 4.50 c
Derrick Ross Tarleton State 5-10 1/2 226 4.52 c
Cory Ross Nebraska 5-6 1/4 210 4.53 c
Ryan Gilbert Houston 5-9 1/2 248
Wendell Mathis Fresno State 5-11 210 4.51 c
A.J. Harris Northern Illinois 6- 7/8 230 4.52 p
Antoine Bagwell California (PA) 5-11 185


Hall should be ranked in the top 10, this guy will be a good NFL player.

dlockz
04-27-2006, 02:47 AM
What's wrong with Brown, Morris, and Minor or Kay Jay Harris? We've got far bigger needs than 3rd string RB.

Well teams that have had better rb's than us have taken rb's for depth. Andre Hall would be a great 4th or 5th round pick that would be a better player than any of these guys. I still think Minor is a decent back but everyone soured on him when he got no blocking and did not produce.

flsportsfan83
04-27-2006, 11:15 PM
Hall will go late 3rd