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Mr. Stiller
09-10-2007, 03:53 PM
Hold on to your hats.. some surprising picks...


1) Dan Connor, ILB, Penn State
http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2005/11/11-02-05tdc/11-02-05dsports-06b.jpg
After watching 2 Penn State games (and 2 OSU, USC and USC) that Connor is indeed the most elite MLB in the NCAA. The kid is the complete package. He's solid at rushing the gaps, he sheds blockers easily and effortlessly. He's probably the top 2-3 Coverage MLB's in the NCAA. He's about 245lbs now and at 6'3 he carries his load well. He's much faster and more explosive than Posluszny. He'll be a perfect replacement for Farrior.

2) Tony Hills, OT, Texas
http://delivery.viewimages.com/xv/72266406.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19396908EAF14430D35E12910E79D384C7D 6DBA7583019A6A79
Marvel was our best OL in the Cleveland game, but he's got age and injuries battling him. Hills is a former Prep-star TE turned OT and he's got a mean streak. He's probably the single biggest reason why Colt McCoy looks like a QB. He's 6'6 310lbs and he's even stoned board favorite Tommy Blake in last weeks game.

3) Jeff Otah, RT/OG, Pittsburgh

Otah is a bull. Posts imposable size at 6'5 340lbs. He has average LT feet with RT power/nastiness. Works in at RT and we have a future set of bookends. Not to mention he has the prototypical size for RG as well. Between Colon, Kemo and Otah we should be set on the right side of the line. Personally I'd like Colon at C/LG, Kemo at RG and Otah at RT.


4) Dre Moore, DE/DT, Maryland

Dre has prototypical 3-4 DE build. He's 6'4 315lbs has a non-stop motor and can hold the point. He should be able to get into the rotation early in the year as he's not much of a project. Has a medium high ceiling. Has great potential but may not live up to it.

5) Titus Brown, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
http://www.nationalchamps.net/2005/sub/pics/small/mississippistate_titus_brown_sm.jpg
Titus is a perfect 5th round tweener. He is a beast in the SEC, "The Elite Conference". He's a guy that has a mean streak and can get to the QB with his hand down or standing up. at 6'3 256lbs and a 4.69 40' he could be pretty beastly. There are rumors floating of a 4.49 40'. Titus has the athleticism and ability to be another late round DE/OLB gem for Pittsburgh. I'm not claiming he'll be the next Lloyd or Porter, but he has all the intangibles. It is in my opinion, that the addition of Brown, the re-signing of Haggans will give us 5 solid pass rushers. Hopefully Brown will be ready to take ROLB when Harrison gives it up.

6) Brandon Carr, CB, Grand Valley State

This kid has potential written all over him. He's dominating much like Rashean Mathis did during his stint in d2. Add that to a solid 4.4 40' and physical build (6'1 210lbs). He has great hands. I'm sorry but I'm not confident in Coke or McFadden. I've seen McFadden get burned or give up a penalty nearly every time he's challenged. Coke can mirror receivers but he can't play defense. He's another day 2 guy with tons of potential and will actually work when given the opportunity.

*7 Traded for Rights to Allen Rossum


Priority UDFA:

Kyle Spotts, QB, Kutztown(PA)

Solid Player with the intangibles (6'3 215lbs) Great arm. A guy to build up on the PS.

Omar Cuff, RB/KR, Delaware
http://www.udel.edu/PR/UDaily/2005/mar/cuffomarmud.jpg
A bit undersized (5'10 190lbs) but don't let that fool you. He's a tough guy to tackle and he is a no-scare kick returner. Great scat-back

Adrian Smith, RB, Bethel(TN)


He's 5'11 221lbs and runs in the 4.4's. He's tough to tackle and he's a great blocker. Lacks the receiving skills but he's almost a guarantee in short Yardage situations.

Amarri Jackson, WR, South Florida
http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/33/332329.jpg
With a year or 2 to develop this long strider will be putting a hurt on defenses.

Fernando Velasco, C/OG, Georgia
http://blog.redandblack.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/070407_kwegel_GDayPressConference_030iiblog.jpg

Not really a Zone Interior OL but he is a road grader in every definition of the word.

Jason Reda, K, Illinois
http://www.illinoisloyalty.com/i/20061111/illini-purdue-10.jpg
Reed is looking good, but I don't trust him past 35 yards.

Trevor Scott, DE/OLB, Buffalo
http://www.ubathletics.buffalo.edu/football/pics/2006/action/Scott-260831FB-182w.jpg
Trevor is a former TE that runs in the high 4.4's. He's become a solid pass rusher at 6'5 260lbs and with that speed/size, with some work could be a dominant pass rusher.

Bryan Robinson, DE/DT, Wesley
http://www.d3football.com/images/atn/wesleyrobinsonsack2bypc.jpg
Amazing Speed at his size.. at 6'3 287lbs he runs in the 4.7's. Not to mention he pulled down.. 93 Tackles, 30.5 TFLS, 13.5 Sacks, 6 PBU's, 2 QBH, 3 FF and 2 BLKs... Thats just last season. He'll be a monster 3-4 DE/4-3 UT with some work.

Andy Studebaker OLB/ILB, Wheaton

A D2 pass rusher at 6'3 245lbs and a 4.49 40'. With his ability to shed blocks could be a Vrabel-esque backup.

Paul Pratt, CB, Nevada
http://rgj.p2ionline.com/ShoppingChannelNoPopUp/data/images/1338379s1x1x3.jpg
I'll admit this is an intangibles signing. Kid is 5'10, 190lbs but runs a 4.21 40'. With some work it'll make an already solid CB into a very serviceable one. Who knows he might have some kick returner in him.

DeathbyStat
09-10-2007, 04:20 PM
Hold on to your hats.. some surprising picks...


1) Dan Connor, ILB, Penn State
http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/2005/11/11-02-05tdc/11-02-05dsports-06b.jpg
After watching 2 Penn State games (and 2 OSU, USC and USC) that Connor is indeed the most elite MLB in the NCAA. The kid is the complete package. He's solid at rushing the gaps, he sheds blockers easily and effortlessly. He's probably the top 2-3 Coverage MLB's in the NCAA. He's about 245lbs now and at 6'3 he carries his load well. He's much faster and more explosive than Posluszny. He'll be a perfect replacement for Farrior.

2) Tony Hills, OT, Texas
http://delivery.viewimages.com/xv/72266406.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19396908EAF14430D35E12910E79D384C7D 6DBA7583019A6A79
Marvel was our best OL in the Cleveland game, but he's got age and injuries battling him. Hills is a former Prep-star TE turned OT and he's got a mean streak. He's probably the single biggest reason why Colt McCoy looks like a QB. He's 6'6 310lbs and he's even stoned board favorite Tommy Blake in last weeks game.

3) Jeff Otah, RT/OG, Pittsburgh

Otah is a bull. Posts imposable size at 6'5 340lbs. He has average LT feet with RT power/nastiness. Works in at RT and we have a future set of bookends. Not to mention he has the prototypical size for RG as well. Between Colon, Kemo and Otah we should be set on the right side of the line. Personally I'd like Colon at C/LG, Kemo at RG and Otah at RT.


4) Dre Moore, DE/DT, Maryland

Dre has prototypical 3-4 DE build. He's 6'4 315lbs has a non-stop motor and can hold the point. He should be able to get into the rotation early in the year as he's not much of a project. Has a medium high ceiling. Has great potential but may not live up to it.

5) Titus Brown, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
http://www.nationalchamps.net/2005/sub/pics/small/mississippistate_titus_brown_sm.jpg
Titus is a perfect 5th round tweener. He is a beast in the SEC, "The Elite Conference". He's a guy that has a mean streak and can get to the QB with his hand down or standing up. at 6'3 256lbs and a 4.69 40' he could be pretty beastly. There are rumors floating of a 4.49 40'. Titus has the athleticism and ability to be another late round DE/OLB gem for Pittsburgh. I'm not claiming he'll be the next Lloyd or Porter, but he has all the intangibles. It is in my opinion, that the addition of Brown, the re-signing of Haggans will give us 5 solid pass rushers. Hopefully Brown will be ready to take ROLB when Harrison gives it up.

6) Brandon Carr, CB, Grand Valley State

This kid has potential written all over him. He's dominating much like Rashean Mathis did during his stint in d2. Add that to a solid 4.4 40' and physical build (6'1 210lbs). He has great hands. I'm sorry but I'm not confident in Coke or McFadden. I've seen McFadden get burned or give up a penalty nearly every time he's challenged. Coke can mirror receivers but he can't play defense. He's another day 2 guy with tons of potential and will actually work when given the opportunity.

*7 Traded for Rights to Allen Rossum


Priority UDFA:

Kyle Spotts, QB, Kutztown(PA)

Solid Player with the intangibles (6'3 215lbs) Great arm. A guy to build up on the PS.

Omar Cuff, RB/KR, Delaware
http://www.udel.edu/PR/UDaily/2005/mar/cuffomarmud.jpg
A bit undersized (5'10 190lbs) but don't let that fool you. He's a tough guy to tackle and he is a no-scare kick returner. Great scat-back

Adrian Smith, RB, Bethel(TN)


He's 5'11 221lbs and runs in the 4.4's. He's tough to tackle and he's a great blocker. Lacks the receiving skills but he's almost a guarantee in short Yardage situations.

Amarri Jackson, WR, South Florida
http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/33/332329.jpg
With a year or 2 to develop this long strider will be putting a hurt on defenses.

Fernando Velasco, C/OG, Georgia
http://blog.redandblack.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/070407_kwegel_GDayPressConference_030iiblog.jpg

Not really a Zone Interior OL but he is a road grader in every definition of the word.

Jason Reda, K, Illinois
http://www.illinoisloyalty.com/i/20061111/illini-purdue-10.jpg
Reed is looking good, but I don't trust him past 35 yards.

Trevor Scott, DE/OLB, Buffalo
http://www.ubathletics.buffalo.edu/football/pics/2006/action/Scott-260831FB-182w.jpg
Trevor is a former TE that runs in the high 4.4's. He's become a solid pass rusher at 6'5 260lbs and with that speed/size, with some work could be a dominant pass rusher.

Bryan Robinson, DE/DT, Wesley
http://www.d3football.com/images/atn/wesleyrobinsonsack2bypc.jpg
Amazing Speed at his size.. at 6'3 287lbs he runs in the 4.7's. Not to mention he pulled down.. 93 Tackles, 30.5 TFLS, 13.5 Sacks, 6 PBU's, 2 QBH, 3 FF and 2 BLKs... Thats just last season. He'll be a monster 3-4 DE/4-3 UT with some work.

Andy Studebaker OLB/ILB, Wheaton

A D2 pass rusher at 6'3 245lbs and a 4.49 40'. With his ability to shed blocks could be a Vrabel-esque backup.

Paul Pratt, CB, Nevada
http://rgj.p2ionline.com/ShoppingChannelNoPopUp/data/images/1338379s1x1x3.jpg
I'll admit this is an intangibles signing. Kid is 5'10, 190lbs but runs a 4.21 40'. With some work it'll make an already solid CB into a very serviceable one. Who knows he might have some kick returner in him.

I have Penn state season tickets an i can say that Connor is a much better pro prospect then Pos.