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09-30-2007, 09:16 PM
WWFL Teams And GMs


***User Teams***

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American Conference


New Jersey Timberwolves

GM: Brian Rice (scottyboy)
Colors: Silver and Blue
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Gulf Coast Pirates

GM: Buck Bradshaw (SuperKevin)
City: Mobile, Alabama
Colors: Green, White, and Black
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International Conference


Bangkok Banshees

GM: (RoyHall#1)
City: Bangkok, Thailand
Colors: Purple and Silver
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Chelsea Blues

GM: (mangini for pres)
Colors: Blue and White
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New Zeland

GM: BJ Penn (D-Unit)
colors: Red and Black
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***CPU Teams***

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American Conference



Washington Patriots
Colors: Red and Blue
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Brooklyn Dodgers
Colors: Black and Blue
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LA Super Novas
Colors: Red and Silver
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Dallas Longhorns
Colors: Orange and Black
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International Conference



Mexico City War Eagles
Colors:Yellow and Blue
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San Juan Rough Riders
Colors: Brown and Yellow
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Toronto Bears
Colors: Burgundy and Brown
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Official WWFL Player List


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QB
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Ehren McBride
user: Mockalicious
Age: 20
Position: QB
College: Wisconsin
Height: 5'9
Weight: 195
Throws: Right
Predicted 40: 4.39
Predicted Bench: 10 reps of 225

Strengths: Has incredible Speed and agility. An accurate arm, rarely makes bad decisions. A true motivator, great in the locker room, (and in bed). Able to make busted plays into brilliant plays. Not afraid to run, especially near the goal line. preforms well under pressure, although often gets passes deflected because of height. Can avoid sacks fairly well and does not go down easily. Has great character on and off the field.

Weaknesses: An undersized QB who lacks experience. Not a gunslinger by any means. Has had some trouble handing the ball off in the past. Does not take loosing well. Has some stamina issues, and has a tendency to have minor injuries that take him out the rest of the game.

Bio: Born and Raised in Ohio, McBride grew up resenting his father, former paparazzi Shawn McBride, but learned to deal with it. Ehren played RB for his division 2 high school. He was accepted in to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, not for his football ability, but for his academic achievements. He became the Badgers's number 2 running back behind star, Terrelle Moss. Coming to the realization that he would never be the starter as long as Moss was there, he tested his skill at QB. He quickly realized that he had a natural talent for finding the open man and making quick accurate throws, as did coach Bielema, making him 1st string, over some guy named Tyler Donovan. McBride impressed scouts and quickly made a name for himself. McBride would be a playmaker for any team.

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"Mad" Mike Desmond
User: Eaglez.Fan
Age: (19-24) 20
Position: QB
College: Michigan
Height: 6'6
Weight: 213

Strengths: The number one drop back passer rated on NFLDC.com, the leading scouting rankings coming into college at Michigan and now he is the number one rated pocket passer coming into the WFFL. His strengths are really of a pure drop back QB. He can bomb it down the field, thread the needle, call and audible at the line and make a sick touch pass down the line to the screaming TE. He is also very smart.

Weaknesses: Has way below average speed, gets abit lazy at times with stepping up into the pocket. Can't avoid any rush. Sometimes isn't agreesive enough and settles for the checkdowns to much. He also has a pretty firey attitude so he might rub some people the wrong way.

Predicted 40: 5.2
Predicted Bench: 21 @ 225
Comparison: Tom Brady

Bio: Born in Toronto, Ontario. His Dad was the former Prime Minister of Canada and NFL "graduate". His Mom was a physicist born in Russia whom moved to Toronto for her occupation. Mike grew up in a big family of 8, and is the youngest. At 20 years old Mike has dedicated his life to football and plans to play until the age of 35 which he will then go for his P.H.D in physics. He got the fiery temper from his Dad. Mike grew up a huge Patriots fan and as a result wanted to be just like his main idol in Tom Brady.

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Tyrone Biggums
User: gbpackers0065
Age: 22
Position: QB
College: Duke
Height: 6'4"
Weight:210 lbs.
Strengths:Has good accuracy on all of his passes and can make plays with his feet. Rarely gets sacked even if he stays in the pocket. Great for trick plays.

Weaknesses:A fairly weak arm will limit passing TD's but he makes up for it in rushing TD's. Doesn't always have good field vision and will make some mistakes. Has had character issues in the past but has vowed to clean up his act.

Predicted 40: 4.52
Predicted Bench: 3 (210)

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Brent Noose
User: BrentN
Age: 21
Position: QB
College: Texas A&M
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 190
Strengths: Accurate throws, good decision-making, moves well in the pocket
Weaknesses: Does not have a cannon arm, will scramble instead of throwing ball away if play breaks down or forced to make a risky throw
Predicted 40: 4.6
Predicted Bench: 20

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Carmelo Anthony
User: T-Rich49
Age: 22
Posistion:QB
College: Kansas
Height: 6'3
Weight: 235
Strengths and Weaknesses: A tremendous pocket passer but really struggles if forced out of the pocket.A great arm so if given time to throw can make the big pass play.Can play in any system but needs an O-Line in fromt of him to be succesful

Predicted 40: 4.7-4.8
Predicted Bench: 20
Predicted Bench: 275lbs

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RB
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Terrelle Moss
User: Wiscbadgerfootball
Position: RB
School: Wisconsin
Age: 21
Height: 5’ 8”
Weight: 190
Strengths: Terrelle is an outstanding worker, he constantly gives it his all every snap and does the little things right such as blocking and holding on to the ball. Has great speed and shiftiness, possibly one of the fastest players in the game. Is a constant leader on the field and while he isn’t the most vocal player, he leads by example. Can usually get away with not following blockers because of outstanding speed.

Weaknesses: An undersized back who isn’t going to wow anyone with his power. Sometimes misses holes and doesn’t follow his blockers. He tries too often to outrun defenders instead of following his wall of blockers. Doesn’t have great hands out of the backfield.

Predicted 40: 4.38
Predicted Bench: 15 at 225

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Junior Diggs
“Big Bad Dice”
User: ManOfSteel
Pos: RB
Ht: 6’2
Wt: 224
Born: Ontario, Canada
College: Pittsburgh University
Class: Junior
Age: 21

Strengths: The most physical runner since Jim Brown. Has a rare talent for breaking tackles and rarely gets taken down by a single defender. Has everything you look for in a big bruising back. Plows over defenders, possesses a lethal stiff arm, a demon at the goal-line. Has a nasty demeanor and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Has great speed, many a times we have seen Diggs bowl over a defender, keep his balance and accelerate to the endzone. That’s what separates Diggs as an elite prospect, the tandem of his size, speed and strength is a rarity that make scouts drool.

Weakness: Has not yet evolved into a complete back, is no threat at all in the passing game tallying more drops than receptions in college. Is somewhat of a liability in pass protection. Has shown steady improvement in this area but is no where near a viable pass protector just yet.

Bio: Born and raised in Canada Diggs had a hard time attracting scouts and getting noticed. Due to this Diggs reluctantly signed onto play at the University of Waterloo, a Canadian school located in Ontario. It was in his true freshman season that Diggs awoke the football world south of the boarder. His record setting season and rare physical attributes caught the eye of top US football schools USC, Texas, LSU, etc, all of whom were offering full scholarships for him to transfer. Diggs did transfer and shocked much of the football world in doing so. His choice, Pitt U. His reasoning was due to having family there and always wanting to be in Pittsburgh. Diggs sat his sophomore season and split carries in his junior year. Diggs has stated that his lack of playtime was the biggest factor in his deciding to enter the draft an underclassman. During Diggs senior year in high school his older brother Marlin Diggs was killed. Marlin had witnessed a lady being robbed and chased down the thief, only to be stabbed. Marlins death was devastating to Junior. In the hospital shortly before his death Marlin told Junior to live his dream of playing pro-football, to never quit and give 110%. Diggs parents believe this is the reason why he plays with such unworldly physicality and passion, his brother and he were best friends, Junior knows that Marlin is watching over him and he wants to make him proud. Diggs was without question the most outspoken player in college, however don’t confuse his attitude with that of a TO or Randy Moss, never will Diggs talk badly about teammates---as for opponents…

Predicted 40: 4.4
Predicted Bench 30 reps of 225

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Seth Harris
User: HinesWardJr
Age: 20
Position: RB
College: Penn State
Height: 5'10
Weight: 205
Strengths: Seth is an all around back.He can run, catch, and block. He has exceptional speed and quickness. He can run threw the tackles and he can run outside. Has good running power and can truck defenders in his way. Is durable and stays healthy over the course of the year. Has great vision and ball secerity. Has soft hands and can make tough catches. Versitle and can help in return game.Has a boat load of talent and potential.Teams will be happy to have him.

Weaknesses: Dissapears against top competition and gets rattled easy. Doesnt hit hole as hard as teams would like. Raw. Has good size but needs to add on more bulk and strength. Could be a pro bowler or a bust.

Overview: What Harris lacks in expierence, he makes up for raw talent. Was a top recruit and player in the prep and college ranks. Rushed for 1700 yards and 15 tds as a junior last year. He is a junior early entree but it seemed like he was ready. Teams will either get a bust or a great pro-bowler for years to come. Does he have the drive?

Predicted 40: 4.35-4.40
Predicted Bench: 15 reps of 225

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E.J. Washington-Bush
User: OSUGiants17
Age: 20
Position: RB
College: Texas
Height: 5'10.5
Weight: 201
Strengths: Great speed, Great juke & spin, and anaverage reciever out of the back field but when he does catch it he can make somethink happen.

Weaknesses: Break tackle, pass blocking, and size.

Predicted 40: 4.25
Predicted Bench: 33 @ 225
Comparrison: Reggie Bush(not the way he is playing now, but the way he played in college)

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Germain Taylor
User: M.O.T.H.
Position: HB
College: North Carolina A&T State
Height: 5'11
Weight: 225
Predicted 40: 4.52
Predicted Bench Reps: 31 of 225

Strengths: Instinctive cutback runner who shows great vision and outstanding balance. Powerful, tackle breaker who runs low with great leverage. Seems to become stronger and more effective with each carry. Shows excellent patience; allows blocks to develop before bursting through the hole. Will gain yardage after initial contact. Can take it outside and turn the corner if need be. More of a straight line work horse back but, does possess elusive qualities in the open field. Strong as an ox. Possesses soft hands and catches the ball well out of the backfield. Finds the open areas in zone coverage. Effective blocker who shows good blitz awareness and recognition. Has a nose for the endzone. Quality man and humble team player. Determined. Complete back. Two time Walter Payton Award winner (Awarded to Division 1-AA Offensive player of the year)

Weaknesses: Injury-proned. Suffered major knee injury in High School...resulting in loss of scholarship. Has missed 18 games due to injury (broken ankle, broken collarbone) Did not play on the Division 1-A level. Will need to improve route running. Must protect the ball better.

Personal: Born in Rockingham, North Carolina. Father was a Marine sergeant, Mother was a nurse. 5 siblings. (three sisters and two brothers)
High School: 4 year starter, played runningback and linebacker. 5 star recuit, #1 rated RB in the nation. Holds every rushing record in school history. Signed to play for the University of Southern California. Suffered catastophic knee injury during senior season. Tore ACL, PCL, and MCL in right knee. Injury lead USC to controversially rescind Taylor's scholarship. After two arduos years of rehabbing/training, Taylor walks on to North Carolina A&T State.

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WR
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Q Jackson
User: jballa838
Age: 22
Position: WR
College: Washington
Height: 6'0
Weight:170
Strengths: Great Burst, consistant, leader by example, great hands, can make all the catches and then some, 45 inch vert, 3rd place in NCAA championships Long Jump and 5th in 100 as a senior, excellent returner, excellent route runner, very experienced, very durable, shows up for the big games, good character

Weaknesses: does not perform well during the easy games, smaller, horrible blocker, flashy, will not run anyone over, won't fight for the extra yard unless its 4th down, hates losing and takes it out on random objects, tries to do too much at times, not as humble as could be but not cocky either.

Predicted 40: 4.28 (100m: 10.3)
Predicted Bench: 26 reps of 225
Comparison: DeSean Jackson

Bio: ALL-AMERICAN WR
ALL AMERICAN KICK RETURNER
2x ALL PAC-10 1st team(WR)
PAC-10 Offensive player of the year
High School: High School All American from Lakes High School in Washington
3A State MVP senior year
2x All State

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Troy James
User: 24Cadillac24
Age: 20
Position: WR
College: L.S.U.
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185lbs
Strengths: Can anyone say speed? Proto-type vertical threat. Not only is he one of the top athletes in the country, his agility and game speed are paralleled by few. He has outstanding hands thanks to his upbringing in Australia where hand-eye coordination was prized playing AFL football. His determination and ambitious nature make him extremely dangerous on the field and he gives 110% on every play. He is also an above average blocker. Lower body strength is excellent and he has little to no trouble breaking a few tackles after the catch. Great at lateraling the ball. Excellent leaper for the ball.

Weaknesses: Height and weight might be slightly low but he is hoping to crack the niche market that guys like Steve Smith have created. Has only been playing the sport for a few years and has limited experience.

Predicted 40: 4.28
Predicted Bench: 14 reps 225

Bio: Raised in the mean streets of Sydney, Australia, Troy James made a name for himself playing in Australian Rules Football where he was chosen for the Australian Schoolboys team in under 13's, 15's,17's and 19's. An impressed college football scout was quick to sign him up and James quickly established himself as a big time threat for LSU.

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Kareem Johnson
User: LTgiants
Age: 23
Position: WR
School: Florida
Height: 6-5
Weight: 235
Strenghts: Johnson is a physical marvel at wide receiver. He stands tall at 6'5' and has a tremendous wingspan. He is reported to have a 45' vertical jump and sub-4.5 speed in the 40-yard dash. Johnson is a nightmare for opposing defensive backs. But what is perhaps most impressive about Johnson, despite of his out-of-this-world physical attributes, is his work ethic. He is humble and does not like to draw attention to himself after catching a touchdown. It is very rare to ever see him drop a pass, be it a diving catch along the sidelines or a jump ball.

Weaknesses: One could make the case that Johnson does not have the necessary speed to be a standout wide receiver at the next level. Even though he is very fast for his 6'5', 235 lb frame, he does not have blazing speed to run by defensive backs. Most of his catches come from his length and his amazingly strong hands. However, one could make the case that Florida's lack of a true pocket quarterback with a powerful arm has limited Johnson's productivity.

Predicted 40: 4.35-4.5

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Julio Stone
User: ATLDirtyBirds
Age: 23
Position: WR
College: LSU
Height: 6'4
Weight: 228
Strengths: Julio is a big strong WR. He is also very fast, and has just about everything you could possibily look for in a WR, including incredible hands. He also lives for YAC, and grabbing TD's. Very much in the mold of a Calvin Johnson or Randy Moss. When it comes down to it, Julio will be open, and will make the big catch.

Weaknesses: Dissapears from the game when not getting the ball. While being a solid blocker because of his size, sometimes he will put in half effort blocks. Some people consider him confident, while others consider him arrogant.

Notes: Julio Stone was a dominate WR in the National Fantasy League, and earned the reputation of the best player in the history of the NFL. Now that it has flopped, he is looking to once again rise to the top.

Predicted 40: 4.35
Predicted Bench: 17 reps of 225

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Lonny Lancaster
User: Hawk
Age: (19-24) 20
Position: WR
College: University of Tennessee
Height: 6-4
Weight: 205
Strengths: Big target for QBs, spectacular catch ability, speed, run blocking, leadership, desire to win, not a cancer in the locker room
Weaknesses: Route running could be improved, lack of concentration can lead to drops, can be overly aggressive, excessive taunting can lead to fines, ejections, fights, etc.
Predicted 40: 4.40
Predicted Bench: 22 reps/225 lb

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Blackie Chan
User: BuckNaked
Age: 23
Position: WR
College: Hugh Heffner Top Secret Academy of Pimpage
Height: 6'2
Weight: 185
Strengths: speed, hands, jumping
Weaknesses: route running
Predicted 40: 4.32
Predicted Bench: 15

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TE
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Lebron James
User: Turtlepower
Age: 23
Position: TE
College: Arizona State
Height: 6'8
Weight: 260 lbs
Strengths: I was a standout basketball player in college. I played power forward and suffered no injuries (knock on wood). As it is noticed from my height, I am especially tall for a TE, which allows me to be mismatched against smaller LBs. As a college ball player, I have very good vertical ability and would be very good jump ball threat in the endzone. I was a very good student in college posting a 3.2 GPA and majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Weaknesses: I am a raw blocker. I played mostly WR in high school, so the transition over to TE in college was tough to learn how to propoerly block against blitzing LBs. I am a little older than most players at my position because I was devoted to my team and hoped that my contributing to them would lead to a BCS game (unfortuantely not). Even though I have a quick 40 time, I have been known to be slow off the line.

Predicted 40: 4.43
Predicted Bench: 295 lbs
Predicted Squat: 500 lbs

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Marcus Henderson
user: Jets5128
Age: 20
Position: TE
College: Oklahoma St.
Height: 6'4
Weight: 250
Strengths: A great recieving threat anywhere on the field. Has the ability to absolutely demolish anyone who tries to tackle him with his insane trucking and strength. Has very good speed to go along with his strength, can breakaway from the pack. He can also reach his top speed very quickly. His hands aren't excellent, but they are above average.
Weaknesses: Is not a good blocker. He is average in run blocking and awful in pass protection. Better off splitting him out wide than leaving him to protect the QB. Doesn't have excellent agility or open field moves. Can't make the spectacular catch. Will make the ordinary catches 95% of the time but don't expect one handed or diving grabs
Predicted 40: 4.45
Predicted Bench: 27

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Mitch Mitchell
User: Im_a_Romosexual
Position: TE
Age:19
College: Texas
Height: 6-4
Weight: 250
Strengths: is like another offensive lineman, excellent strength, well conditioned and will never get hurt
Weakness:below average agility, below average speed, struggles to make the easy catch

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OL
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Steve Runyan
User: SNIPER26
Position: OL
Age: 22
College: Michigan
Height: 6'8
Weight: 350
Predicted 40: 5.06
Predicted Bench: 42
Strengths: Great run blocker. Has plenty of experience run blocking since he went to Michigan. Plays with a real mean streak, always finishes his blocks, huge motor
Weaknesses: Is average in pass blocking, struggles at times with speed rushers

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Kyle "Scatman" Scottini
User: Green Bay Scat
Age: (19-24) 20
Position: OC/OG
College: Northern Arizona University
Height: 6'1
Weight: 300lbs
Strengths: Great footwork, Great pass protecter, smart and recognizes plays easy and often, defenition of a leader, but soft spoken
Weaknesses: run blocking needs work, doesnt get to the second level well, gets TOO agressive and has been given penelties. Although hes quiet, sometimes it might be better if he talked, potential anger management cases.
Predicted 40: 5.1
Predicted Bench: 445lbs

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LB
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Aaron Brooks
User: iloxygenil
Age: 22
Position: MLB
College: Lee University
Height: 6'0
Weight: 245
Strengths: Impeccable form tackler won't miss any tackles...period. Always in the right place at the right time. Coach on the field. Good enough to be a TE / FB in the league, which allows him to understand offenses and what they are trying to do. Understands complex blitz schemes and may well be the smartest defender in the league. Owns school records for tackles, tackles for loss, forced fumbles, and fumble recoveries.

Weaknesses: does not have elite timed speed. Not perfect in coverage, does a good job, but focuses more on stopping the run. Elite TEs can beat him in coverage. Lacks ideal height.

Predicted 40: 4.55
Predicted Bench: 36 reps @ 225
Comparison: Zach Thomas

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Benn Hart
User: HoopsDemon12
Age: 20
Position: MLB
College: Penn State
Height: 6'4
Weight: 259
Strengths: Is a terrific athlete and always seems to be around the ball. Has the strength to take on blockers in a 3-4, has played in the 4-3 aswell and suceeded. Is very good in coverage agaisnt tightends and some backs. A very solid tackler and will absolutly demolish the ball carrier a couple times a game. A very vocal and emotional leader.

Weaknesses: Although he is a great athlete he gets lost in coverage if he has to cover a receiver. Is much better in Zone than man coverage where he will bite on double moves. When he blitz on play fakes he has a tendency to forget the runningback and try and get the sack. Has been very good in his senior year at controlling his emotions but has been known in the past for explosions.

Vertical(inches): 42
Predicted 40: 4.5
Predicted Bench: 31

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Leo Wellingham
User: The Great jonathan Vilma
Age: (19-24): 22
Position: MLB
College: Miami (Fla.)
Height: 6'0 3/4
Weight: 232
Strengths: Pursuit, coverage, sideline to sideline speed, leadership, tackling

Weaknesses: can be engulfed by blockers, not the greatest blitzer, undersized for a 3-4 defense

Predicted 40: 4.5
Predicted Bench: 27

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Davey Havok
User: fenikz
Age: 20
Position: OLB/DE
College: Florida
Height: 6'5
Weight: 264
Strengths: Great pass rusher and has the speed to keep up with TE 1 on 1, sideline to sideline player.

Weaknesses: Very raw, may not be able to get by on speed rush alone in the Pros, overly aggressive gets called for stupid penalties(Late Hits, Taunting)

Predicted 40: 4.51
Predicted Bench: 22 of 225

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Johhny Cash
User:YAYareaRB
Age: 21
Position: LB
College: USC
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 245 lbs.

Strengths: Freakishly Athletic for a guy his size. Sheds blocks well. Uses his hands well, due to past history of playing with his hand down. Very versatile, his atheticsm allows him to play almost anyway on the field. Extremely Violent and loves to dish out pain. His field presence is off the charts.

Weaknesses: Supposed Character issues. Bites on playfakes and pumps sometimes. Goes for the big hit most of the time, leaving teammates out to dry. Extremely hot-headed and does a lot of trash talking on the field. Can get lost on the field from time to time and seems to dissappear when he gets frustrated.

Predicted 40: 4.45
Predicted Bench: 22 reps of 225

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Chad Reed
User: SubNoize
Age: 22
Pos: OLB
College: University of Southern California
Height: 6'3
Weight: 245
Strengths: A Very good athlete. Has excellent instincts.Good speed and quickness with the range to go sideline to sideline. Big hitter and reliable tackler. Is strong and powerful. Versatile and could play inside or outside. good pass rusher on blitzes.good guy and will do whatever it takes to get on the field. Hard worker and leader with top notch intangibles.

Weaknesses: Is adequate in coverage and needs improvement in this area. Needs to bulk up and get bigger, is yet to max his frame. Gets overwhelmed by massive blockers. Sometimes doesn't play as fast as his timed speed, and doesn't have great closing speed at times.

Predicted 40: 4.67
Predicted Bench: 33 at 225

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Peter Brady
User: Tampa 2 4 Life
Age: 21
Position:OLB
College: USF
Height:6' 1''
Weight: 225 lbs
Strengths: Quick feet, Coverage, Tackles well

Weaknesses: Overpowered by lineman and Bigger Fullbacks,Not a huge run stuffer

Predicted 40: 4.52

Predicted 40: 4.6-4.8
Predicted Bench: 25

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Curtis Rockavina
User: Billingsley26
Age: 19
Position: LB
College: University of Toronto at Mississauga
Height: 6'3
Weight:240
Strengths: Strong, quick first step, quick reads, good tackler, good zone coverage, great leader
Weaknesses: over pursuit, weak man coverage, blitzes too hard, gets caught when he is picked
Predicted 40: 4.6
Predicted Bench: 28x

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S
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Chet Taylor Jr.
User: Jackalope
Age: 24
Position: SS
College: Wisconsin
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 218
Strengths: Big hitter, strong. Tackles well and punishes receivers over the middle. Good run stopper. Great in man-to-man coverage. Reads the quarterback well. Has good hands. Smart player, grew up around football all his life. Great character and hard worker who spends lots of time in the film room. Good leader.

Weaknesses: Poor speed and will get beat deep. Poor leaping ability. Occasional breakdowns in coverage. Will hit the receiver early. Occasionally leads with his head. Below average in zone coverage. Sometimes over pursues.

Other Notes: Son of Chet Taylor, one of the greatest GMs in football history.

Predicted 40: 4.58
Predicted Bench: 24 reps of 225

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Troy Keaton
User: Jensen
Age: 20
Position: SS
College: Oregon
Height: 6'2
Weight: 215
Strengths: Great pass defender for a strong safety. Good hands and ball skills. A hard worker and student of the game. Plays well in space, reads the quarterback and will get some interceptions. Has a great burst and can catch up with receivers. Can make open field tackles. Team leader, and responds to coaching well. Will always give his all on the field no matter what. Blocks kicks and makes huge plays on special teams.

Weaknesses: Can't crowd the line to stuff running backs. Would rather lay a big hit to a receiver than pick off a pass. Sometimes will get caught out of position. Still mistake prone, and will blow assignments and misplay balls in the air. Will gamble and lose occasionally.

Predicted 40: 4.40
Predicted Bench: 25 at 225

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Carter Mack
User:'cuse-213
Age: 21
Pos: SS
College: Syracuse
Height: 6'0
Weight: 215
Predicted 40: 4.43
Predicted Bench: 29 at 225

Strengths: Fierce Hitter. Plays with reckless abandon. Led his team in tackles for 2 years straight. Wraps up, and runs through ball carriers. Good footwork, rarely gets budged by a recievers moves. Works on technique 24-7, great work ethic. Character guy.

Weaknesses: Some might believe hes a stat recieving workout warrior due to being on a bad team. Coverage is mediocre, has been burnt before. Small shifty recievers can give him a hard time.

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Patrick McKinstry
User: NYGibril28
College: Connecticut
Position: FS, CB
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Strenths: Great hands, and very instinctive. Good in both man to man and zone. He uses the dummy really well. Meaning that he plays with the QB's head, leading him to believe he's off of a man, when he's really waiting to jump the route.

Weaknesses: Good game speed, but will get beat deep on occasion. Has the tendency to go for the big play a little too often. Not a good tackler, so not especially strong against the run. A coverage safety to say the least.

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Rashod Underwood
User: VYTitans
Age: (19-24): 20
Position: Free Safety
College: Sacred Heart University
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 210
Strengths: Takes excellent angles, is a game savvy ballhawk, devastating hitter
Weaknesses: needs to learn his place in coverages, needs to show some improvement on pass defense
Predicted 40: 4.43
Predicted Bench: 15 lifts at 225

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Jeff Stephenson
User: familyguy555
Position: S
Age: 23
College: Utah
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
Strengths: Great hands...Outstanding hitter with good strength...Gave a kid a concussion in the 6th grade playing 'two hand touch'.
Weakness: Will sometimes take himself out of a game trying to make big plays...Speed is only average

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Chad India
Age: (19-24) 21
Position: Safety
College: University of Miami (Fl.)
Height: 6'1 1/4
Weight: 235 lbs
Strengths: Good in run support and tackling big hitter, puts weight behind hits. Can cover ground running up from secondary and going from sideline to sideline. Zone coverage is decent. Ball hawk, good hands. Has good fluid hips. Tough guy who will play through injury good change of direction.
Weaknesses: Sometimes wiffs on tackles when trying to go for big hit. Speed guy, but not so good in one-on-one coverage. Plays like a Lb sometimes, not a true fit at either position. mechanics need work i.e. backpedling, breaking on ball, anticipation.
Predicted 40: 4.40
Predicted Bench: 22

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CB
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Peter Parker
User: bearfan
Age: 20
Position: CB
College: Valpo
Height: 5'11
Weight: 190
Strengths: Great man to man coverage skills, runs step for step with reciever almost every play. Good awareness, ball hawk, playmaker. Pretty quick and agile as well. Solid tackler. Always stripping at the ball. Good pursuit, good leader, and character on and off the field. Good all-around athlete.

Weaknesses: Just ok in zone defense. Relies on instinct a bit to much. Will have some tackles broken due to going for the ball. Not the strongest player, doesnt have the best vertical. Tries to read the QBs eyes to much, can get looked off, and will fall for the PA pass sometimes.

Predicted 40: 4.40
Predicted Bench: 10

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D.J. Jennings
User: adschofield
Age: 22
Posistion:CB
College: Arizona
Height: 6'0
Weight: 185
Strengths: Successful 4-year starter...Has the ability to be a true shutdown corner...Athletic, Quick...Has great ball skills...Can run with receivers and can locate the ball in the air...Active in run support...Has the attitude and a swagger of a true shut-down corner...Son of former National Fantasy League great Galaga Jennings

Weaknesses: Will go for the ball and the big play too much...Is small and his lanky body type will hinder in the WFL...With his aggressive style of play, he should bulk up some more... Despite being aggressive in run support, his tackling technique isn't great...Despite being fast in pads, his timed speed isn't elite.

Predicted 40: 4.55
Predicted Bench: 12

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Jeremy Reed
User: Ed Wood
Age: 20
Position: CB
College: Cal Berkeley
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 189 lbs
Predicted 40: 4.38
Predicted Bench: 11

Strengths: A natural corner with exceptional speed both on the clock and in pads, effortlessly shifts direction and remains behind his reciever. Throughout college career demonstrated the ability to perform at an elite level in coverage against quality competition. Does not allow opponents to beat him down field and can close gaps quickly in coverage. Demonstrates excellent route recognition and is patient for a corner, disinclined to take risks and jump routes without saftey help. Possesses excellent hands and can get off of the ground quickly to contest passes. Sound tackler who is effective in the open field.

Weaknesses: Very much a cover corner, unremarkable in run support and while not unwilling to make tackles, much more of a wrap up tackler than a big hitter, certainly not an intimidator. Could alternately be praised for an even keeled approach or criticized for a lack of a mean streak, slips blocks well but can be enveloped by blockers on runs and screen plays.

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DE
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D’Bennishaw Causerus
User: UKfan
Age: 21
Position: DE
College: Michigan
Height: 6'4
Weight: 290

Strengths: A big, strong end who is quick for his size. Causerus is a powerful player and he uses that strength to push offensive linemen into the backfield. He’s probably the best run-stuffing end in this draft. Causerus is really good at shedding blockers and making a play on the ball carrier. He’s a versatile guy who can play both end and tackle, especially in a 3-4 defense. Causerus is a leader on the field and possesses all the intangibles to succeed at the next level.

Weaknesses: Relies too much on his power and possibly lacks the speed to register as many sacks as would like. Needs to develop more pass rushing techniques in the NFL as wont be able to blow by opposing tackles as he did in college.

Predicted 40: 4.8
Predicted Bench: 31 - 35

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Deon Sizzler
User: DChess
Age: 19
Position: DE
College: Subway University
Height: 6'7
Weight: 299
Strengths:Steroids

Weaknesses:drug tests

Predicted 40: 4.7
Predicted Bench: 500

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Jonni “Rocker” Hendrix
User: BrownsTown
Age: 23
Position: DE/OLB
College: OSU
Height: 6'4
Weight: 265
Strengths: One of the best pass rushers we've seen in recent years. An absolutely flawless blitzer, with strength to overwhelm OTs and speed to run around them. Physical freak. Has the tools to play OLB in a 3-1 defense. Beautiful tackler, you face him unblocked and you're going down.

Weaknesses: Don't expect him to help you out in the run. He's only passable against it. Sometimes lives up to his nickname and parties too much, but is smart enough to stay out of serious trouble.

Predicted 40: 4.52
Predicted Bench: 35

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Bob Rankins
User: PF28
Position: DE
College: South Florida
Height: 6'6"
Strengths: Speed rusher, great tackler, intelligent, team player

Weaknesses: Bit of a liability against run, not great endurance

Weight: 285
40 time: 4.85

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Scott Carr
User: Scar988
Age: 19
Position: Left Defensive End
College: The Citadel
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 277

Strengths: Good bull rusher, more of a run stuffing DE, able to move inside to UT in a one gap scheme on pass downs. Quick off the snap and a team leader. One of the smartest players on the field. Former HS wrestler is great at shedding blocks and using his hands to get disengaged from the OL

Weaknesses: Below average speed. sometimes mis-reads the run/pass on PA.

Predicted 40: 4.9, but more quick than fast
Predicted Bench: 350+ IDK whatever like 83 strength in madden woudl be.
Comparable NFL player - Patrick Kerney.

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DeeJay Krens
User: mr. stiller
Age: 20
Position: DE/OLB
College: Maryland
Height: 6'5
Weight: 275
Strengths: Pass rushing, run stopping, awareness, Strength, Speed.
Weaknesses: Only adequate in coverage. Solid, but not amazing.
Predicted 40: 4.68 (rumors of 4.48)
Predicted Bench: 40 (rumors of 48)

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DT
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Jordan Grove
User: diabsolue
Age: 23
Position: DT
College: LSU
Height: 6'1
Weight: 295
Strengths: Great initial jump. Can really overpower some offensive linemen... Great effort guy... Has been a career starter... Can penetrate the pocket at times... Very stout against the run...

Weaknesses: Questionable motor... Sometimes it seems that he takes plays off... Mostly uses his great natural strength to overpower offensive linemen and does not rely on technique which needs to be improve upon... Not a great pass rusher...

Projected 40: 5.1
Projected Bench: 39

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Will Ward
User: Ward
Age: 21
Position: DT
College: Texas State - San Marcos
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 285 lbs
Strengths: Getting to the ball. Can collapse the pocket quickly with an explosive first step, and is agile enough to get a paw on the ball carrier be it the quarterback or runningback. Technique is the name of his game. Great fundamentals, great awareness, great agility. Tough as nails and will play through nagging injuries.
Weaknesses: Upside highly questionable. How will his light frame hold up against 330 pound guards over a 16 game season? How far will effort alone take him? A good combine would help ease doubts, but is unlikely. Is more interested in a film session than after hours in the weight room.
Predicted Bench: 28
Predicted 40: 5.0
Predicted 3 Cone: 6.7

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg

Travis "Grimlock" Faustino
Age: (19-24): 20
Position: DT
College: University of Oregon
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 340
Strengths: Run stuffing, Taking on Blockers, Tackling
Weaknesses: Not exactly a guy to rack up the sacks but can penetrate
Predicted 40: 5.3
Predicted Bench: 32 reps of 225

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x226/joeyjojo333/line.jpg
K
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Oguchi Totti
User: Windy City Big Gamer Uno
Age: 22?
Position: K
College: USA
Height: 5'11
Weight: 170
Strengths: Big Power. Kickoffs can reach the goal posts. Plays well in all weather including snow and rain/wind. Overall more power than accuracy but still solid accuracy. Very fast and can tackle well on kickoffs.

Weaknesses: Some Character Concerns. Accuracy Concerns.

Predicted 40: 4.4
Predicted Bench: 5 Reps of 175 LBS

BIO: Played 3 Years professional soccer with AS Roma and Glasgow Rangers.
Enjoys bathroom fun with Senators.
Recorded a Rap Album.
Acts in a lot of Action Movies.
Part of East Staines Massive Gang.

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Greg Santios-Fischer
User: Fischbowl
Position: Kicker
College: Oklahoma
Height: 5'11''
Strengths: Accurate from all fields, Strong Kickoffs. 4 yr 1st team B12.

Weaknesses: Tackling

Predicted 40: 4.9
Predicted bench: 180
Compares: jason elam

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P
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Cash Mikey
User: TheMikey10
Age: (19-24): 23
Position: P
College: Virginia
Height: 6'7"
Weight:225
Strengths: Accuracy, Coffin Corner, Spin/"Us" bounces
Weaknesses: Not exactly a booming leg
Predicted 40: 4.7
Predicted Bench: 6 reps of 225

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Tell me if there are any mistakes

neko4
09-30-2007, 09:20 PM
+rep when i get it back
This will also become the offseason thread

Mockalicious
09-30-2007, 09:22 PM
should I list GMs and teams?

neko4
09-30-2007, 09:22 PM
should I list GMs and teams?
yeah at the top, include the CPU teams too

scottyboy
09-30-2007, 09:31 PM
very nice work. If ya could sort it by position that'd be excellent, but great work

Man_Of_Steel
09-30-2007, 10:57 PM
Lol, the Timberwolves and Banshees have terrible logos.

Some possibilities for each team.

Timberwolves

http://www.cedarparksports.com/picts/new%20logo.GIF

http://www.nnec.on.ca/pffnhs/timberwolves/timberwolves_logo.jpg

http://desertmountainsoftball.com/myPictures/WolvesLogo.jpg

http://www.team-wolves.com/images/wolf.gif

Banshees

http://bikeaction.pl/binary/banshee/Banshee%20Logo.jpg

Mockalicious
09-30-2007, 11:02 PM
Ah, much better thank you MOS. GMs, any preferences?

neko4
09-30-2007, 11:26 PM
http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/b/b9/NewEnglandPatriotsOld.pngWashington Patriots (Red and Blue)

http://dodgers.mlb.com/la/photo/history/logos/logobrooklyn.jpg Brooklyn Dodgers (Black and Blue)

http://www.sportslogos.net/images/teams/thumbs/200.gifLA Super Novas (Red and Silver)

http://www.sportslogos.net/images/teams/thumbs/865.gifDallas Long Horns (Orange and Black)

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i235/deranu4/Picture1.gif Mexico City War Eagles (Yellow and Blue)

http://www.sportslogos.net/images/teams/thumbs/918.gifSan Juan Rough Riders (Brown and Yellow)


http://www.sportslogos.net/images/teams/thumbs/1231.gifJuneau Frost (Dark Blue and Light Blue)

http://www.sportslogos.net/images/teams/thumbs/759.gifToronto Bears (Burgundy and Brown)

SuperKevin
09-30-2007, 11:27 PM
Do we really need another green and white team?

neko4
09-30-2007, 11:28 PM
Do we really need another green and white team?
oh shoot there is too isnt there?
Is everything else good?

SuperKevin
09-30-2007, 11:29 PM
http://extrapolater.files.wordpress.com/2007/02/winthrop-eagle-logo.jpg

use this logo for mexico city with red and yellow as colors

neko4
09-30-2007, 11:32 PM
I didnt do a great job cropping but w/e

fenikz
09-30-2007, 11:46 PM
I was just screwing around in illustrator and made this, go ahead and use it if you want scotty

http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/1304/njgg7.jpg

neko4
10-01-2007, 02:03 AM
what went wrong with the other pics?

scottyboy
10-01-2007, 07:04 AM
I was just screwing around in illustrator and made this, go ahead and use it if you want scotty

http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/1304/njgg7.jpg

wanted to use a real wolf, but that one is sweet fenkiz. I'll use that one

RoyHall#1
10-01-2007, 09:25 AM
MoS's logo for the Banshees is sweet, use that Mockalicious. And if you could put the username of every player that'd be great.

Brent
10-01-2007, 10:24 AM
FYI, Neko said we needed another QB, so I changed, info on page. Thanks for doing this. +rep.

Name: Brent Noose
Age: 21
Position: QB
College: Texas A&M
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 190
Strengths: Accurate throws, good decision-making, moves well in the pocket
Weaknesses: Does not have a cannon arm, will scramble instead of throwing ball away if play breaks down or forced to make a risky throw
Predicted 40: 4.6
Predicted Bench: 20

TimD
10-02-2007, 04:44 PM
only 1 CB? we need more

scottyboy
10-02-2007, 04:48 PM
what we really need are some DT's fo sho

edit: AHHH POST 3333 weird

adschofield
10-02-2007, 07:47 PM
I changed my position and posted a different scouting report...I was previously D.J. Strozier-FS, now I'm D.J. Jennings-CB

Windy
10-02-2007, 07:49 PM
name change. Conan O'Leno to Oguchi Totti

NYGibril28
10-02-2007, 08:35 PM
was told to post this here, if im wrong, sorry

Patrick McKinstry
College: Connecticut
Position: FS, CB
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Strenths: Great hands, and very instinctive. Good in both man to man and zone. He uses the dummy really well. Meaning that he plays with the QB's head, leading him to believe he's off of a man, when he's really waiting to jump the route.
Weaknesses: Good game speed, but will get beat deep on occasion. Has the tendency to go for the big play a little too often. Not a good tackler, so not especially strong against the run. A coverage safety to say the least.
Comparison: Eugene Wilson
Projected 40: 4.6
Bench Reps: 18

Mockalicious
10-02-2007, 08:53 PM
was told to post this here, if im wrong, sorry

Patrick McKinstry
College: Connecticut
Position: FS, CB
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Strenths: Great hands, and very instinctive. Good in both man to man and zone. He uses the dummy really well. Meaning that he plays with the QB's head, leading him to believe he's off of a man, when he's really waiting to jump the route.
Weaknesses: Good game speed, but will get beat deep on occasion. Has the tendency to go for the big play a little too often. Not a good tackler, so not especially strong against the run. A coverage safety to say the least.
do you have a projected 40 time and bench reps?

adschofield
10-02-2007, 09:02 PM
do you have a projected 40 time and bench reps?

Remember to change my scouting report

Swap it with D.J. Strozier

Name: D.J. Jennings
Age: 21
Posistion:CB
College: Arizona
Height: 6'0
Weight: 185
Strengths: Successful 4-year starter...Has the ability to be a true shutdown corner...Athletic, Quick...Has great ball skills...Can run with receivers and can locate the ball in the air...Active in run support...Has the attitude and a swagger of a true shut-down corner...Son of former National Fantasy League great Galaga Jennings
Weaknesses: Will go for the ball and the big play too much...Is small and his lanky body type will hinder in the WFL...With his agressive style of play, he should bulk up some more... Despite being agressive in run support, his tackling technique isn't great...Despite being fast in pads, his timed speed isn't elite
Predicted 40: 4.55
Predicted Bench: 12

Man_Of_Steel
10-02-2007, 09:46 PM
I looked over the list and it hasnt been updated in a while, here is who its is missing.

Name: Will Ward
User: Ward
Age: 21
Position: LB/S
College: Texas State - San Marcos
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 225 lbs
Strengths & Weaknesses: 'Tweener due to the fact that the traditional strong safety Roy Williams-type is dying out. Better in coverage than most linebackers, but worse than most SS-types coming out (Huff, Whitner, etc.) Would be an ideal OLB in a Cover 2 or a SS on a D with a great cover safety already in place. If he is misused, he will struggle heavily.
Predicted 40: 4.6-4.8
Predicted Bench: 25


Name: Peter Brady
User: Tampa 2 4 Life
Age: 21
Position:OLB
College: USF
Height:6' 1''
Weight: 225 lbs
Strengths: Quick feet, Coverage, Tackles well
Weaknesses: Overpowered by lineman and Bigger Fullbacks,Not a huge run stuffer
Predicted 40: 4.52


Name: Carmelo Anthony
User: T-Rich49
Age: 22
Posistion:QB
College: Kansas
Height: 6'3
Weight: 235
Strengths and Weaknesses: A tremendous pocket passer but really struggles if forced out of the pocket.A great arm so if given time to throw can make the big pass play.Can play in any system but needs an O-Line in fromt of him to be succesful
Predicted 40: 4.7-4.8
Predicted Bench: 20
Predicted Bench: 275lbs


Name: Jordan Grove
User: diabsolute
Age: 23
Position: DT
College: LSU
Height: 6'1
Weight: 295
Strengths: Great initial jump. Can really overpower some offensive linemen... Great effort guy... Has been a career starter... Can penetrate the pocket at times... Very stout against the run...
Weaknesses: Questionable motor... Sometimes it seems that he takes plays off... Mostly uses his great natural strength to overpower offensive linemen and does not rely on technique which needs to be improve upon... Not a great pass rusher...
Projected 40: 5.1
Projected Bench: 39


Bob Rankins
User: PF28
College: South Florida
Position: DE
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 285
40 time: 4.85
Strengths: Speed rusher, great tackler, intelligent, team player
Weaknesses: Bit of a liability against run, not great endurance


Greg Stantios-Fischer
User: Fischbowl
Kicker
Oklahoma
5'11''
180
4.90
Strengths: Accurate from all fields, Strong Kickoffs. 4 yr 1st team B12.
Weaknesses: Tackling
Compares: jason elam


Name: Marcus Henderson
user: Jets5128
Age: 20
Position: TE
College: Oklahoma St.
Height: 6'4
Weight: 250
Strengths: A great recieving threat anywhere on the field. Has the ability to absolutely demolish anyone who tries to tackle him with his insane trucking and strength. Has very good speed to go along with his strength, can breakaway from the pack. He can also reach his top speed very quickly. His hands aren't excellent, but they are above average.
Weaknesses: Is not a good blocker. He is average in run blocking and awful in pass protection. Better off splitting him out wide than leaving him to protect the QB. Doesn't have excellent agility or open field moves. Can't make the spectacular catch. Will make the ordinary catches 95% of the time but don't expect one handed or diving grabs
Predicted 40: 4.45
Predicted Bench: 27

Man_Of_Steel
10-02-2007, 10:01 PM
Also can you organize it by position?

Man_Of_Steel
10-02-2007, 10:05 PM
Another signup to be added.

Name: Leo Wellingham
User: The Great jonathan Vilma
Age: (19-24): 22
Position: MLB
College: Miami (Fla.)
Height: 6'0 3/4
Weight: 232
Strengths: Pursuit, coverage, sideline to sideline speed, leadership, tackling
Weaknesses: can be engulfed by blockers, not the greatest blitzer, undersized for a 3-4 defense
Predicted 40: 4.5
Predicted Bench: 27

Mockalicious
10-02-2007, 10:10 PM
Thanks MOS I was trying to update it for a while and my computer was going really slowly so your post made it much easier.

I think everything is up to date just tell me if I messed up on something.

I'll try to organize it by position now

Man_Of_Steel
10-02-2007, 10:13 PM
Looks to me like the list is fully up to date.

Mockalicious
10-02-2007, 11:15 PM
Done organizing!

neko4
10-02-2007, 11:19 PM
oh i thought superkev made the list, anyway did irep?

neko4
10-03-2007, 12:20 AM
Eaglez.Fan got rid of Xavier Lee, or he didnt, he tried to post a new guy

Mockalicious
10-03-2007, 01:05 AM
I don't think you repped me but it doesn't really matter, I should be repping you for being the Commish. I don't know what the deal is with Xavier Lee.

DChess
10-03-2007, 01:08 AM
#1 pick?

User: DChess
Age: 19
Position: DE
College: Subway University
Height: 6'7
Weight: 299
Strengths:Steroids

Weaknesses:drug tests

Predicted 40: 4.7
Predicted Bench: 500

TimD
10-03-2007, 10:46 AM
#1 pick?

User: DChess
Age: 19
Position: DE
College: Subway University
Height: 6'7
Weight: 299
Strengths:Steroids

Weaknesses:drug tests

Predicted 40: 4.7
Predicted Bench: 500

haha you might want to edit that a little

Man_Of_Steel
10-03-2007, 10:51 AM
Wards changed positions.


Name: Will Ward
Age: 21
Position: DT
College: Texas State - San Marcos
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 285 lbs
Strengths: Getting to the ball. Can collapse the pocket quickly with an explosive first step, and is agile enough to get a paw on the ball carrier be it the quarterback or runningback. Technique is the name of his game. Great fundamentals, great awareness, great agility. Tough as nails and will play through nagging injuries.
Weaknesses: Upside highly questionable. How will his light frame hold up against 330 pound guards over a 16 game season? How far will effort alone take him? A good combine would help ease doubts, but is unlikely. Is more interested in a film session than after hours in the weight room.
Predicted Bench: 28
Predicted 40: 5.0
Predicted 3 Cone: 6.7

Man_Of_Steel
10-03-2007, 10:53 AM
Another Signup

Name: Lonny Lancaster
User: Hawk
Age: (19-24) 20
Position: WR
College: University of Tennessee
Height: 6-4
Weight: 205
Strengths: Big target for QBs, spectacular catch ability, speed, run blocking, leadership, desire to win, not a cancer in the locker room
Weaknesses: Route running could be improved, lack of concentration can lead to drops, can be overly aggressive, excessive taunting can lead to fines, ejections, fights, etc.
Predicted 40: 4.40
Predicted Bench: 22 reps/225 lb

Man_Of_Steel
10-03-2007, 11:55 AM
Another Signup

Name: Scott Carr
User: Scar988
Age: 19
Position: Left Defensive End
College: The Citadel
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 277

Strengths: Good bull rusher, more of a run stuffing DE, able to move inside to UT in a one gap scheme on pass downs. Quick off the snap and a team leader. One of the smartest players on the field. Former HS wrestler is great at shedding blocks and using his hands to get disengaged from the OL

Weaknesses: Below average speed. sometimes mis-reads the run/pass on PA.

Predicted 40: 4.9, but more quick than fast
Predicted Bench: 350+ IDK whatever like 83 strength in madden woudl be.
Comparable NFL player - Patrick Kerney.

Man_Of_Steel
10-03-2007, 12:14 PM
Breakdown so far

QB- 5
RB- 4
WR- 5
TE- 2
OL- 1
DL- 8
LB- 7
DB- 6
K- 2

Total- 40

scar988
10-03-2007, 12:15 PM
Another Signup

Name: Scott Carr
User: Scar988
Age: 19
Position: Left Defensive End
College: The Citadel
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 277
Strengths: Good bull rusher, more of a run stuffing DE, able to move inside to UT in a one gap scheme on pass downs. Quick off the snap and a team leader. One of the smartest players on the field. Former HS wrestler is great at shedding blocks and using his hands to get disengaged from the OL
Weaknesses: not the fastest guy on the field but plays with great heart. sometimes mis-reads the run/pass on PA.
Predicted 40: 4.9, but more quick than fast
Predicted Bench: 350+ IDK whatever like 83 strength in madden woudl be.
Comparable NFL player - Patrick Kerney.


forgot to add what's in bold.

Man_Of_Steel
10-03-2007, 12:17 PM
forgot to add what's in bold.

fixed and updated.

TimD
10-03-2007, 12:22 PM
ahhh i like the wrestling background... we need that and some rugby background

Jensen
10-03-2007, 12:28 PM
Nice job on the list Mock, you too MoS.

scar988
10-03-2007, 12:38 PM
ahhh i like the wrestling background... we need that and some rugby background

I really was a HS wrestler... I kind of embellished on height and weight and strength... but speed is dead on and I played WLB in real life, but yeah. I got it close to how i play if I was a DE.

scar988
10-03-2007, 12:40 PM
I would be willing to do Jersey/logo packages for the league and teams in it... for free... I just like soind them...

scar988
10-03-2007, 01:44 PM
I was just screwing around in illustrator and made this, go ahead and use it if you want scotty

http://img237.imageshack.us/img237/1304/njgg7.jpg

dude, that's pretty sick actually and I'm gonna use it in the jerseys if that's cool with you.

BrownsTown
10-03-2007, 02:05 PM
I like how Scar's weakness was another strength.

scottyboy
10-03-2007, 02:40 PM
dude, that's pretty sick actually and I'm gonna use it in the jerseys if that's cool with you.

be my guest bro. Give me Osi in the war league and I'll rep ya! ;)

props to fenikz on the logo, and i bet you're jersey's gonna be sweet too

Brent
10-03-2007, 03:21 PM
So we have 4 user teams and 5 QB's?

TimD
10-03-2007, 03:23 PM
So we have 4 user teams and 5 QB's?

a few of the qb's have the potential to become WRs... also maybe we'll see a QB controversy

Brent
10-03-2007, 03:25 PM
a few of the qb's have the potential to become WRs... also maybe we'll see a QB controversy
Oh, alright.

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 12:31 PM
Another signup to be added.

Name: Rashod Underwood
User: VYTitans
Age: (19-24): 20
Position: Free Safety
College: Sacred Heart University
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 210
Strengths: Takes excellent angles, is a game savvy ballhawk, devastating hitter
Weaknesses: needs to learn his place in coverages, needs to show some improvement on pass defense
Predicted 40: 4.43
Predicted Bench: 15 lifts at 225

UKfan
10-04-2007, 01:07 PM
Another signup

Name:Curtis Rockavina
User: Billingsley26
Age: 19
Position: LB
College: University of Toronto at Mississauga
Height: 6'3
Weight:240
Strengths: Strong, quick first step, quick reads, good tackler, good zone coverage, great leader
Weaknesses: over pursuit, weak man coverage, blitzes too hard, gets caught when he is picked
Predicted 40: 4.6
Predicted Bench: 28x

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 01:28 PM
Another signup to be added.

User: M.O.T.H.
Name: Germain Taylor
Position: HB
College: North Carolina A&T State
Height: 5'11
Weight: 225
Predicted 40: 4.52
Predicted Bench Reps: 31 of 225

Strengths: Instinctive cutback runner who shows great vision and outstanding balance. Powerful, tackle breaker who runs low with great leverage. Seems to become stronger and more effective with each carry. Shows excellent patience; allows blocks to develop before bursting through the hole. Will gain yardage after initial contact. Can take it outside and turn the corner if need be. More of a straight line work horse back but, does possess elusive qualities in the open field. Strong as an ox. Possesses soft hands and catches the ball well out of the backfield. Finds the open areas in zone coverage. Effective blocker who shows good blitz awareness and recognition. Has a nose for the endzone. Quality man and humble team player. Determined. Complete back. Two time Walter Payton Award winner (Awarded to Division 1-AA Offensive player of the year)

Weaknesses: Injury-proned. Suffered major knee injury in High School...resulting in loss of scholarship. Has missed 18 games due to injury (broken ankle, broken collarbone) Did not play on the Division 1-A level. Will need to improve route running. Must protect the ball better.

Personal: Born in Rockingham, North Carolina. Father was a Marine sergeant, Mother was a nurse. 5 siblings. (three sisters and two brothers)
High School: 4 year starter, played runningback and linebacker. 5 star recuit, #1 rated RB in the nation. Holds every rushing record in school history. Signed to play for the University of Southern California. Suffered catastophic knee injury during senior season. Tore ACL, PCL, and MCL in right knee. Injury lead USC to controversially rescind Taylor's scholarship. After two arduos years of rehabbing/training, Taylor walks on to North Carolina A&T State.

Eaglez.Fan
10-04-2007, 02:29 PM
Please add to "Mad" Mike Desmond-

Personal: Born in Toronto, Ontario. His Dad was the former Prime Minister of Canada and NFL "graduate". His Mom was a physicist born in Russia whom moved to Toronto for her occupation. Mike grew up in a big family of 8, and is the youngest. At 20 years old Mike has dedicated his life to football and plans to play until the age of 35 which he will then go for his P.H.D in physics. He got the fiery temper from his Dad. Mike grew up a huge Patriots fan and as a result wanted to be just like his main idol in Tom Brady.

OSUGiants17
10-04-2007, 04:12 PM
new sign up for Ed Wood

User: Ed Wood
Player name: Jeremy Reed
Age: 20
Position: CB
College: Cal Berkeley
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 189 lbs
Predicted 40: 4.38
Predicted Bench: 14

Strengths: A natural corner with exceptional speed both on the clock and in pads, effortlessly shifts direction and remains behind his reciever. Throughout college career demonstrated the ability to perform at an elite level in coverage against quality competition. Does not allow opponents to beat him down field and can close gaps quickly in coverage. Demonstrates excellent route recognition and is patient for a corner, disinclined to take risks and jump routes without saftey help. Possesses excellent hands and can get off of the ground quickly to contest passes. Sound tackler who is effective in the open field.

Weaknesses: Very much a cover corner, unremarkable in run support and while not unwilling to make tackles, much more of a wrap up tackler than a big hitter, certainly not an intimidator. Could alternately be praised for an even keeled approach or criticized for a lack of a mean streak, slips blocks well but can be enveloped by blockers on runs and screen plays.

Windy
10-04-2007, 04:15 PM
changes to Oguchi Totti

College to USA

Bio: Played 3 Years professional soccer with AS Roma and Glasgow Rangers.

Mockalicious
10-04-2007, 05:19 PM
Updated

Thanks for all the help

ed wood
10-04-2007, 06:56 PM
Drop those reps down to eleven for Reed, that was a typo.

wiscbadgerfootball
10-04-2007, 08:00 PM
change my predicted forty to 4.3 flat

also wtf is up with this EJ Washington-Bush cat with his 4.28 forty and 33 reps of 225?

scottyboy
10-04-2007, 08:01 PM
change my predicted forty to 4.3 flat

also wtf is up with this EJ Washington-Bush cat with his 4.28 forty and 33 reps of 225?

we'll see what it really is...

neko4
10-04-2007, 08:44 PM
He didnt mean to put 33, i blieve

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 09:33 PM
Last minute signup.

Name: DeeJay Krens
User: mr. stiller
Age: 20
Position: DE/OLB
College: Maryland
Height: 6'5
Weight: 275
Strengths: Pass rushing, run stopping, awareness, Strength, Speed.
Weaknesses: Only adequate in coverage. Solid, but not amazing.
Predicted 40: 4.68 (rumors of 4.48)
Predicted Bench: 40 (rumors of 48)

neko4
10-04-2007, 09:38 PM
Comparisons arent great but here we go...

Ehren McBride QB Wisconsin
5-9 195
40: 4.40
Bench: 8 reps of 225
Analysis-
Speed and improvisational ability are highly impressive. Arm is average at best but shows excellent decision making.
Comparison: Doug Flutie
Senior Stats: 2377 Yards 11TD’s 5INT’s; 7 RTD’s
Rating: 78-87

Mike Desmond QB Michigan
6-6, 213
40: 5.28
Bench: 23
Analysis-
Probably has the best arm, but pocket presence is a large concern. Will make all the throws with either perfect touch or zips it in a tight spot. Mentally is good enough.
Comparison: Peyton Manning (Sorry)
Senior Stats: 3533 Yards 32TD’s 8INT’s; 2nd most sacked QB in Big10.
Rating: 80-90

Tyrone Biggums QB Duke
6-4 216
40: 4.55
Bench: 4
Analysis-
He would probably move to WR if he wasn’t so tall. Shows good touch, but poor zip. Has great pocket presence. Has received allegations of cocaine use. Played well without great surrounding talent.
Comparison: Kordell Stewart
Senior Stats: 2193 Yards 9TD’s 6INT’s; 8RTD’s
Rating: 78-84

Brent Noose QB Texas A&M
6-2 190
40: 4.66
Bench: 19
Analysis-
Is much stronger than his skinny stature indicates, but some weight gain would be nice. Is one of the most accurate QB’s out there and his speed helps. Arm strength is lacking.
Comparison: Colt Brennan (w/o the system)
Senior Stats: 2774 Yards 19TD’s 4INT’s; 4RTD’s
Rating: 76-86



Carmelo Anthony QB Kansas
6-3 235
40: 4.81
Bench: 28
Analysis-
Despite having a decent 40 he is a terrible pocket QB. Has a great arm that can shred any defense, but he also needs a great line to do this.
Comparison: Eli Manning
Senior Stats: 3009 Yards 20TD’s 10INT’s; 3rd most sacked QB in Big 12.
Rating: 76-85



CPU QB's

Doug Freeman, Ole Miss
6-5 235
40: 4.98
Bench: 17
Comparison: Eli Manning
Rating: 61-68

Dylan DelliSanti, Georgetown
5-11 200
40: 4.70
Bench: 11
Comparison: Drew Brees
Rating: 63-84

adschofield
10-04-2007, 09:40 PM
May I recommend creating another thread for combine/draft results

neko4
10-04-2007, 09:41 PM
May I recommend creating another thread for combine/draft results
no, we have too many threads right now

wiscbadgerfootball
10-04-2007, 09:43 PM
wait did we have to give a player comparison and senior stats?

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 09:43 PM
wait did we have to give a player comparison and senior stats?

No, its a good touch though by neko.

neko4
10-04-2007, 09:43 PM
wait did we have to give a player comparison and senior stats?
no i just did it to screw around. it looked pretty plain before hand.

Also im bringing my dude back as a CPU QB

wiscbadgerfootball
10-04-2007, 09:45 PM
oh ok thanks yeah I think it adds a good dimension

neko4
10-04-2007, 09:46 PM
oh ok thanks yeah I think it adds a good dimension
yeah and last time everyone was saying stuff like, 3 time NCAA 1st team, or alltime td passer

neko4
10-04-2007, 09:47 PM
RB's coming soon

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 09:47 PM
yeah and last time everyone was saying stuff like, 3 time NCAA 1st team, or alltime td passer

Ya lol. My guy split carries in his final season and declared as a Jr. I made a realistic NCAA career.

adschofield
10-04-2007, 09:48 PM
yeah and last time everyone was saying stuff like, 3 time NCAA 1st team, or alltime td passer

how about CB's next???

BrownsTown
10-04-2007, 09:51 PM
What are the computer QBs there for?

Hines
10-04-2007, 09:53 PM
im excited to see how i tested out

wiscbadgerfootball
10-04-2007, 09:54 PM
player bio:

Miami, Florida (AP)- The Journey of Terrelle Moss' to the WFFL has been a long and arduous one. It started when he was a child growing up in the poor district of Miami, Florida. His father died of skin cancer when Terrelle was at the young age of 6 and his mother was forced to adopt several jobs in order to support Terrelle and his younger sister Shaniqua.

http://www.hansenhomesaventura.com/blogmiamirealestate/archives/Downtown%20Miami.jpg
growing up in the poverty stricken part of Miami was just one of the many obstacles for Moss to overcome

Growing up as a child proved many ups and downs for Terrelle. School was never a strong point of his life as he was often involved in fights and got caught up the gang crowd at a young age. At the age of 14 he was caught attempting to sell Marijuana and therefore sentenced to do community service. He was threatened to be expelled from school several times, but eventually was able to find football to be a safe haven. Terrelle had this to say when reflecting on his rough childhood, "I got mixed in with the wrong crowd, but once I started playing football, I found it to be a place where I could really let loose." And let loose he did. Terrelle started off his high school career making varsity as a freshman and starting several games. In those games he really impressed the coaches rushing for 750 yards in limited action. His sophomore year the coaches looked fully at him to carry the load. Terrelle went up and above their expectations rushing for 1400 yards and scoring 12 times while earning his way to all-conference honors. His junior year of school proved to be a difficult one. His younger sister who had just entered the school as a freshman was killed in a car accident. Terrelle struggled with emotions and again lost himself to drugs, quitting the team only 2 games into the season. After he finally recovered from his loss, he rejoined the team as a senior with a new fire burning inside. He showed all of Florida why he once was hyped as a great young prospect after rushing for 2500 yards and finding the endzone 20 times. He also led his team to the Florida state championship game where they came out victorious. Because of his outstanding season, he was named National Player of the Year. Unfortunately Terrelle didn't get much attention from schools such as Miami and USC because of his previous character concerns. However, an up-and-coming team from the Big Ten was willing to give the risky recruit a chance. This team was the Wisconsin Badgers.

http://media.scout.com/Media/Image/24/249808m.jpg
Wisconsin gave a young man a chance and some hope

Terrelle walked into Wisconsin as a highly athletic player and the team was quick to realize the young man's potential. Within four years of playing Terrelle amassed 6,000+ rushing yards and 45 touchdowns. He also received the National Freshman of the Year award as well as the Heisman Memorial Trophy his senior year and was an All American and All Big Ten selection several times. The highlight of his collegiate career was leading the Badgers to a National Championship Title during his senior year. With most of his character issues resolved, Terrelle set out on his quest to join the WFFL.

http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2004/sioncampus/10/27/road_trip1028/p1_wisconsin.jpg
Moss looks to be as successful in his career in the WFFL as he was in his career up to this point
Report by The Associated Press All Rights Reserved

Brent
10-04-2007, 09:55 PM
I think that is a fair assessment. Good work so far.

jackalope
10-04-2007, 09:55 PM
no, we have too many threads right nowWe have 2 with the discussion and sign up being merged. I think you could make a thread, with combine results on the front page, and use it for the draft too.

neko4
10-04-2007, 10:28 PM
We have 2 with the discussion and sign up being merged. I think you could make a thread, with combine results on the front page, and use it for the draft too.
i'll do that come draft day which may get pushed back i really need my GM's to contact me between now and Friday at 10 Est

Terrelle Moss, RB Wisconsin
5-8 190
40: 4.41
Shuttle: 4.01
Bench: 15
Analysis-
Not quite as fast as originally thought but makes great cuts and more than makes up for what we thought his 40 time would be. Is a hard worker but does he have the toughness to be a good pro RB. Has good strength for a little dude.
Comparison: Garrett Wolfe
Senior Stats: 1874 Yards 18TD’s 7.7Avg; Only 5 Fumbles in Career
Rating: 76-91

Junior Diggs, RB Pittsburgh
6-2 224
40: 4.37
Bench: 32
Analysis-
Hello Calvin Johnson of RB’s. Is a pure running back in almost every sense of the word. Wont make any catches or block, but makes every cut look see easy, can overpower even the biggest of defenders and has the speed to outrun many safties and slower CB’s. Can he take the full load.
Comparison: Jim Brown
Senior Stats: 1030 Yards 14TD’s 8.5 Avg; 18 Drops in one year.
Rating: 81-91

Seth Harris, RB Penn St
5’10 205
40: 4.40
Bench: 13
Analysis-
Is great in the open field but between the tackles he needs work. Not with his power but with explosion. He wont get into the open field if he doesn’t get past the line. Is a great pass-catcher and is able to getinto the open field on those plays.
Comparison:
Senior Stats: 1289 Yards 10TD’s 5.8Avg; 522 Rec Yards
Rating: 77-87

EJ Washington-Bush, RB Cal
5’10 201
40: 4.33
Bench: 5
Analysis-
Probably the most exciting player in football last year. Draws many comparisons to a poor man’s Reggie Bush. But many doubt his toughness and see him as being too finesse. Look for him to make big plays without getting a carry.
Comparison: Reggie Bush
Senior Stats: 1004 Yards 8TD’s 8.4Avg; 7 KR and PR TD’s
Rating: 78-83

Germain Taylor RB NC A&T
5-11 225
40: 4.65
Bench: 33
Analysis-
Best word that describes him, NASTY. Plays through pain and even rehabbed from major injuries. Couldve gone to any school in the world w/o his injury problems. 40 time was less than stellar, but that shouldn’t be a judge of his abilities. Runs low and makes great cuts. Didn’t play against elite comp, but was a record setter in I-AA. Extremely hard worker.
Comparison: Tony Hunt
Senior Stats: 2133 Yards 31TD’s 6.9Avg; 458 Rec Yards
Rating: 79-89

CPU RB’s

Joe Jackson Grambling
5-8 205
40: 4.30
Bench: 10
Comparison: MJD
Senior Stats: 2180 24 TD’s 9.5Avg
Rating: 69-82

Phillip Myers Missouri
5-11 209
40: 4.44
Bench: 13
Comparison: Clinton Portis
Rating: 65-80

Rex Smithers, Eastern Michigan
6-0 233
40: 4.62
Bench: 20
Comparison: Smaller Jerome Bettis
Rating: 62-73

CPU FB’s

Tank Rogers Grambling
6’1 255
40: 4.69
Bench: 34
Comparison: Mike Alstott
Rating: 70-79

neko4
10-04-2007, 10:29 PM
im excited to see how i tested out
I couldnt make a comparison for your guy, any suggestions

ed wood
10-04-2007, 10:37 PM
Nice to see my man from Cal testing out so well in the 40. Three years dealing with him in practice, I could have told you the man's fast.

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 10:37 PM
What up now Seth Harris, I mopped the floor with you fool.

Mr. Stiller
10-04-2007, 10:49 PM
Can't wait to see the DE's. I'm going to be a killer Cover 2 DE or 3-4 OLB

Hines
10-04-2007, 10:57 PM
I couldnt make a comparison for your guy, any suggestions

i would say im a willie parker type of back..good reciever, great speed, but lacks power to get into the open field and get those tough yards



What up now Seth Harris, I mopped the floor with you fool.

hey you had a great workout
good luck this season

neko4
10-04-2007, 10:59 PM
Glad to see some respect towards other players, but wheres the league Jackass, any everything is postphoned a day or two. Hopefully all gm's will be online on sunday

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 10:59 PM
hey you had a great workout
good luck this season

Oh, thats all, damn, well okay, thank you I guess.

Man_Of_Steel
10-04-2007, 11:00 PM
Glad to see some respect towards other players, but wheres the league Jackass, any everything is postphoned a day or two. Hopefully all gm's will be online on sunday

So Combine will be finished and draft Sunday?

neko4
10-04-2007, 11:09 PM
So Combine will be finished and draft Sunday?
Draft Sat nite.

Jensen
10-04-2007, 11:19 PM
Not that I'm a GM, but I'm not gonna be here Saturday and most of Sunday.

Man_Of_Steel
10-05-2007, 12:07 AM
Draft Sat nite.

Be sure to PM GMs and let them know.

D-Unit
10-05-2007, 12:27 AM
Draft Sat nite.
I can make it Sunday night, but not Saturday night.

Caddy
10-05-2007, 03:15 AM
ahhh i like the wrestling background... we need that and some rugby background

I've got the AFL background :)

UKfan
10-05-2007, 04:34 AM
Good job on the combine results so far, looking forward to the rest of it.

neko4
10-05-2007, 04:35 AM
I can make it Sunday night, but not Saturday night.
dnt worry, i wont skip and i'll robably allow it to go on till monday

wiscbadgerfootball
10-05-2007, 06:42 AM
solid combine

HoopsDemon12
10-05-2007, 12:14 PM
Im excited to the see the way i test out... Penn State for life baby!!

Eaglez.Fan
10-05-2007, 01:00 PM
I guess I'll settle for a Peyton Manning comparison.

Ward
10-05-2007, 01:18 PM
These combine teasers are driving me nuts! Great job thus far, but hurry so I can see my guy already :P

jackalope
10-05-2007, 01:19 PM
Great work neko. Will you be able to finish the rest of the combine today?

Sniper
10-05-2007, 01:22 PM
Is Steve Runyan the only OL?

Man_Of_Steel
10-05-2007, 01:41 PM
Draft order? Hen will it be announced? After the combine? Give the GMs abit to think about it?

M.O.T.H.
10-05-2007, 01:54 PM
4.65? I think i'm going to throw up.

You do know he was running w/ two broken ankles while carrying an 80 lb weight on his back, right?

Tony Hunt couldn't hold Germain's jock strap.

Sniper
10-05-2007, 02:01 PM
4.65? I think i'm going to throw up.

You do know he was running w/ two broken ankles while carrying an 80 lb weight on his back, right?

Tony Hunt couldn't hold Germain's jock strap.

Timed speed vs. game speed, my friend. I want to block for this guy, make it happen!

scottyboy
10-05-2007, 02:42 PM
not gonna be on saturday night, but sunday later works pretty well

RoyHall#1
10-05-2007, 04:04 PM
not gonna be on saturday night, but sunday later works pretty well

Looks like Sunday works best for everyone. If an exact time could be announced that would be super.

OSUGiants17
10-05-2007, 04:17 PM
My guy(Washington-Bush) went to Texas not cal. also, why is my cielling so low my guy is a beast.

M.O.T.H.
10-05-2007, 04:35 PM
Nah...I dont know who their GM is.

Man_Of_Steel
10-05-2007, 04:42 PM
Nah...I dont know who their GM is.

D-Unit is the NZ Warriors GM.

neko4
10-05-2007, 04:43 PM
My guy(Washington-Bush) went to Texas not cal. also, why is my cielling so low my guy is a beast. Also, I thought M.O.T.H was not a player but the GM of the New Zealand Warriors
DUnit is the GM of NZ
You wrote less than everyone at RB. i said description played a large part in rating. Ceiling rating isnt how high he can get in his career. he could get up to 99

neko4
10-05-2007, 10:26 PM
how updated is the WR list?

jackalope
10-05-2007, 10:27 PM
Will ratings be released immediately after the pick, after the whole draft is finished, or after the contract is signed?

neko4
10-05-2007, 10:27 PM
Will ratings be released immediately after the pick, after the whole draft is finished, or after the contract is signed?
After the pick if everyone is fine with that

neko4
10-05-2007, 10:38 PM
Q Jackson WR Washington
6-0 170
40: 4.31
Bench: 15
Analysis-
Not very strong but durable. Has great speed and burst and runs good enough routes to get open. Also has excellent leap ability. Has some anger issues and has been known to be cocky.
Comparison: Desean Jackson
Senior Stats: 54rec 990yards 8TD’s; 6KR/PR TD’s
Rating: 79-86

Troy James WR LSU
5-10 185
40: 4.22
Bench: 9
Analysis-
Has to be the fastest man in the draft. Is lighting quick and will make big plays off screans. Soft hands. An average at best route runner. Sometimes makes mistakes due to lack of experience. Is also a major threat going deep.
Comparison: Steve Smith
Senior Stats: 38rec 809yards 6TD’s; 4KR/PR TD’s
Rating: 77-87

Kareem Johnson WR Florida
6-5 235
40: 4.38 and 4.52
Bench: 25
Analysis-
40 Time was wildly inconsistent, but speed isn’t a huge problem with this huge WR.
Great leaping ability and gigantic wingspan help make all the tough catches look easy. Is very tough and a great worker. Fights for every yard. Limited productivity due to incositency at QB position, but made the most out of every catch. Time will tell if he can become the deep target he was in college.
Comparison: Calvin Johnson
Senior Stats: 44rec 941yards 11TD’s; 2 Rushing TD’s
Rating: 81-91

Julio Stone WR LSU
6-4 228
40: 4.36
Bench: 17
Analysis-
One of the best deep targets out there combing great speed and size. Does almost everything right as a WR, but lazy work ethic and arrogance was a turn off with teammates. Doesn’t always show effort if not getting the ball, or changes his routes without letting the QB know which leads to interceptions and drops balls if team is losing by a large sum.
Comparison: Randy Moss
Senior Stats: 69rec 1180yards 12TD’s; 10drops
Rating: 83-91

Lonny Lancaster WR Tennessee
6-4 205
40: 4.45
Bench: 19
Analysis-
Good speed and burst. An average catcher mostly due to a lack of concentration. Terrible route runner. Great leap ability. Is fiery too much sometimes and has been ejected twice in his career. Right now is just a great deep threat, until Route Running Improves.
Comparison: Smaller Plax
Senior Stats: 60rec 1026yards 11TD’s; 2 career ejections
Rating: 76-85

Blackie Chan WR Heff’s Secret Academy
6’2 185
40: 4.48
Bench: 15
Analysis-
We don’t know much about this WR playing in a somewhat secret D3 school. We do know he has great leap and hands.
Comparison: Ocho Cinco
Senior Stats: 125rec? 2080yards? 23TD’s?; 15 sexual harassment accusations
Rating: 76-85


CPU WR's

Evander Louis Texas Tech
5-10 192
40: 4.34
Bench: 11
Comparison: Steve Smith
Rating: 60-75

Jerrod Jacobs Miami (OH)
6-4 198
40: 4.39
Bench: 8
Comparison: Randy Moss
Rating: 62-68

D-Unit
10-05-2007, 10:42 PM
Are new QBs, RBs and WRs still allowed to sign up or no?

neko4
10-05-2007, 10:43 PM
Are new QBs, RBs and WRs still allowed to sign up or no?
no, any new applicants for those positions wont be accepted

SuperKevin
10-05-2007, 10:50 PM
Wow, every WR in this league is a speed guy

D-Unit
10-05-2007, 10:52 PM
no, any new applicants for those positions wont be accepted
There's only 8 WRs though... don't we need 2 for every team?

SuperKevin
10-05-2007, 10:55 PM
There's only 8 WRs though... don't we need 2 for every team?

No because if you don't grab them you just get regular computer guys

jackalope
10-05-2007, 10:55 PM
There's only 8 WRs though... don't we need 2 for every team?Teams don't need to have every position filled. In the old one, most teams only had 1 receiver.

EDIT: That's the 2nd time Superkevin just posted what I said right before.

Caddy
10-05-2007, 11:00 PM
Troy James WR LSU
5-10 185
40: 4.22
Bench: 9
Analysis-
Has to be the fastest man in the draft. Is lighting quick and will make big plays off screans. Soft hands. An average at best route runner. Sometimes makes mistakes due to lack of experience. Is also a major threat going deep.
Comparison: Steve Smith
Senior Stats: 38rec 809yards 6TDís; 4KR/PR TDís
Rating: 77-87



That 4.22 is legit.

Caddy
10-05-2007, 11:04 PM
Troy James WR LSU

Julio Stone WR LSU

Looks like LSU had one hell of a vertical attack.

jackalope
10-05-2007, 11:39 PM
New sign up from Im_a_Romosexual.

Name: Mitch Mitchell
Position: TE
Age:19
College: Texas
Height: 6-4
Weight: 250
Strengths: is like another offensive lineman, excellent strength, well conditioned and will never get hurt
Weakness:below average agility, below average speed, struggles to make the easy catch

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:06 AM
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Wisconsin's Big 3 are ready for the draft. (left) HB, Terrelle Moss (middle) QB, Ehren McBride (right) S, Chet Taylor Jr.
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Top Qb in the nation, Mad Mike Desmond, has his eyes set on being the first selection in the upcoming draft.
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The nations top Offensive Lineman, Steve Runyan, takes on the fast rising defensive tackle, out of Texas State, Will Ward.
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A&M's crafty scrambler impressed at the combine and is steadily moving up draft boards.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:07 AM
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The very definition of the word, freak. Junior Diggs posted unbelievable combine numbers. He should be the first running back taken in the draft.
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Germain Taylor is the most complete back in this draft. If he stays healthy, the sky is the limit but, that is a big "if".
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The Citadel's Scott Carr, is wise beyond his years. At only 19 years of age, his potential is off the charts.
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Seth Harris, has all the talent in the world but, questions about his drive and overall love for the game have raised concerns among scouts.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:07 AM
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WFFL scouts love Julio Stone. Maybe not as much as Julio Stone loves Julio Stone but, they cant say enough about this Randy Moss esque Wide Receiver. He is a cant miss prospect and should be an instant star wherever he goes.
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D'Benn is a physical specimen. At 6'4 290 pounds with only 4% body fat. Described as a gentle giant off the field, on the field he is your worst nightmare.
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Hendrix may be the best pass rusher in the nation. He is brilliant in his craft in both a three point stance or a standing position.
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Arizona's D.J. Jennings is a very experienced shutdown corner w/ nothing left to prove at the college level. Son of former NFL great, Galaga Jennings.

Ward
10-06-2007, 12:07 AM
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Jimmy from Kansas: Is DT Will Ward from TSU legit? His highlight reels are impressive, but they're usually guards from McNeese State and Sam Houston getting blown up.

Mel Kiper Jr: Will Ward out of Texas State is a sleeper prospect at the defensive tackle position. He comes from FBS, formerly D1-AA, Texas State - San Marcos so those who haven't really seen his film have questions about level of competition. But don't let these detractors fool you, this kid has taken advantage of the situations versus elite competition. Texas State had scheduled games during his 3 year career versus Texas A&M, Kentucky, and Baylor and excelled. In those 3 games alone he averaged 6 tackles, 2 TFL, and a sack. He may have hurt himself by not returning for one more year, and a chance to shine at a Senior Bowl or Hula Bowl, but the kid graduated in three years.

He was surprisingly invited to the combine, and could make a real impact if he performs higher than his college 40 times. He has been working hard with a performance institute so he may shoot up the boards post combine. And that's really the biggest knock against him: has he simply outwilled and outskilled opponents to this point without being athletically superior? Desire can only take you so far in the NFL, and this kid is going to have to have a great combine to ease the doubts in scouts minds. A good showing and he could mess up my doggone top 10.

TheMikey10
10-06-2007, 12:45 AM
Virginia Punter Cash Mikey is rumored to have pinned 20 consecutive punt within the 5 in a drill at his pro day

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 01:01 AM
Name: Kyle "Scatman" Scottini
Age: (19-24) 20
Position: OC/OG
College: Northern Arizona University
Height: 6'1
Weight: 300lbs
Strengths: Great footwork, Great pass protecter, smart and recognizes plays easy and often, defenition of a leader, but soft spoken
Weaknesses: run blocking needs work, doesnt get to the second level well, gets TOO agressive and has been given penelties. Although hes quiet, sometimes it might be better if he talked, potential anger management cases.
Predicted 40: 5.1
Predicted Bench: 445lbs

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New signup

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 01:16 AM
There should be more computer players than the ones you are listed. That way there is more of a selection. Not everyone has to go drafted.

Caddy
10-06-2007, 02:03 AM
Australian Making it Big
By Michael Smith

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The story of Australian AFL player turned WFFL draft prospect is one of the more unlikely stories as we approach the upcoming draft. Troy James may be only small in stature, measuring in at 5 foot 10 inches and 185 pounds, but the Aussie more than makes up for a lack of measurables on the field where his grit and determination have lead to his prominent rise up many peoples draft boards.

James really came to prominence when he clocked in at 4.22 in his forty-yard dash. A WFFL record and a time sure to raise the heads of many a GM across the league. His lightning-fast forty time has led to him being compared to perennial pro-bowler Steve Smith and this comparison is definitely warranted as James certainly has the potential to do what Smith did during his career. James was certainly not surprised at his forty time, "I felt alright. Not my best, but I'm pretty sure that should qualify me as the fastest player in the draft, something I expected." His amazing speed is not 100% god-given and he attributes a lot of it to his time in the AFL and running track during his childhood where he represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in 2006.

With the draft only days away James is not really worried about what round or what team he will end up with. He has however been quoted as saying that he would love the opportunity to play for a team close to home. So whether this is a plea to the GM of the N.Z. Warriors, or just wishful thinking, it is obvious James is a little partial to NZ.

All things aside, James is set for a big career in the WFFL and is really just keen to get an opportunity with the club who announces their intention to use his services in this upcoming draft.

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SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:47 AM
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SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 03:21 AM
Gulf Coast Pirates Press Conference

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GM Buck Bradshaw

Buck Bradshaw: Thank y'all for attending yet another one of my press conferences. I called everyone here so I could introduce the coaching staff for the inagural season of the Gulf Coast Pirates.

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Head Coach: Chuck Adams

Spent 14 years as the offensive coordinator and head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners
Respected coach of the Power I formation
Hard nosed coach with little tolerance for off-field incidents

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Offensive Coordinator: Sammy "Scooter" Simpson

Played 11 years of professional football as a running back
Spent 4 years as the Running Backs Coach and Offensive Coordinator of the Auburn Tigers
A hands on coach who is highly respected by his players for his accomplishments in the game

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Defensive Cordinator: R.J. Randolph

Played 7 seasons of professional football as a safety before injuries ended his career
Spent 3 seasons as the Defensive Coordinator of the Memphis Tigers
Widely known as a mastermind of the 3-3-5 defense
Very quiet and studious approach to the game

neko4
10-06-2007, 07:37 AM
Draft Order:
1-New Jersey Timberwolves
2-Bangkok Banshees
3-Chelsea Blues
4-Gulf Coast Pirates
5-New ZealandWarriors
6-San Juan Rough Riders
7-Dallas Longhorns
8-Mexico City War Eagles
9-Washington Patriots
10-Brooklyn Dodgers
11-Toronto Bears
12-LA Super Novas

Caddy
10-06-2007, 07:39 AM
Looks like I'll be playing for New Jersey..

neko4
10-06-2007, 07:59 AM
Lebron James TE Arizona State
6-8 260
40: 4.54
Bench: 32
Analysis-
A complete freak, hard to bring down, gets open using speed, great deep threat, amazing leap, and a huge target in the redzone. But he has been known to be slow off the line, causing jams and is a terrible blocker despite size.
Comparison- Antonio Gates
Senior Stats- 45rec 626yards 15TD’s; 16sacks/TFL allowed
Rating- 81-87

Marcus Henderson TE Oklahoma State
6-4 250
40: 4.56
Bench: 31
Analysis-
Doesn’t have the same size as James, but much of the same ability. The thing that Henderson has is great burst and acceleration. He is able to reach top speed quickly and will burn any S’s in his way to the endzone. Is a terrible blocker.
Comparison-Randy McMichael
Senior Stats- 57rec 649yards 12TD’s; 13Sacks/TFL allowed
Rating-80-88

Mitch Mitchell TE Texas
6-4 250
40: 4.81
Bench: 38
Analysis-
Great blocker, but average receiver nuff said.
Comparison-Mark Bruener
Senior Stats- 26rec 304yards 5TD’s; 2Sacks/TFL allowed
Rating- 76-84


CPU TE's:

Jimmy Woods TE Miami
6-5 265
40: 4.77
Bench: 28
Comparison: Bubba Franks
Rating: 61-73

Erik Anderson TE West VA
6-2 245
40: 4.66
Bench: 25
Comparison: Alge Crumpler
Rating: 55-67

ATLDirtyBirds
10-06-2007, 08:20 AM
Deion Sanders with WR Julio Stone.

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Deion: Julio, you've already been through this draft process with the NFL, does this change how you feel?

Julio: Nah, not really. I mean the nerves are still there, but I'm still hella confident I got top 2 just like the last draft.

Deion: Do you think dominating at the NFL level will have a factor on where you go?

Julio: It most certainly should. I mean at the combine they brung up my LSU stats, and I was just like "what?" I mean I had some focus issues there in blowouts, but people need to check out my NFL stats where the competition is so much better.

Deion: Some people have questioned your work ethic, what do you have to say about this?

Julio: I'll tell you what I have to say about this. If Julio Stone had poor work ethic, would he be running 4.36, and be just coming over 1 and a half seasons of domination in the NFL? Nah.

Deion: Is there any CB who can shut you down?

Julio: If there is one, unfoutunately for GM's in this league who don't have Julio Stone, he hasn't been found. He probably never will be either.

Deion: Here's you chance Julio. Make your case for being the best player in the draft.

Julio: This is pretty simple Deion. I'm big, strong, and fast. I burned every corner that has ever gone up against me. I'm elusive after I have the ball, I can truck you over, or I can throw a deadly stiff arm. Not only am I an exciting player, I'm an exciting person. Simply put, I get fans in the seats. If you are looking to start a winning franchise, I'm right here.

Deion: You are by far my favorite player and person in this draft Julio.

Julio: You where my favorite player, so I really appreciate that my man.

Deion: Thanks for the interview and good luck

Julio: No problem.


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*JULIO STONE NFL STATS*


Year 1: 93 catches, 1,278 yards, 11 TD's.
Vince Lasalle Award Winner(Best WR)
Playoffs (2 games): 24 catches, 302 yards, 2 TDs, Passing TD, Rushing TD


Season 2 (Not full season):
49 catches, 698 yards, 10 TD's.

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 08:22 AM
hey M.O.T.H. can I get some video game pics of E.J. W-B? +rep

ATLDirtyBirds
10-06-2007, 08:25 AM
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WFFL scouts love Julio Stone. Maybe not as much as Julio Stone loves Julio Stone but, they cant say enough about this Randy Moss esque Wide Receiver. He is a cant miss prospect and should be an instant star wherever he goes.



Julio Stone. Remember the name my friends.

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 08:34 AM
Julio Stone. Remember the name my friends.

I pray I get to play with you.

neko4
10-06-2007, 09:12 AM
Okay im running out of time, leaving for DC today

Steve Runyan OT 85-91
Kyle "Scatman" Scottini OG 84-89


LB's
Aaron Brooks 82-88
Benn Hart 83-88
Johnny Cash 81-90
Chad Reed 85-89
Peter Brady 76-80
Curtis Rockaniva 77-85
Leo Willingham 76-87
Dusty Havok 76-83

S
Chet Taylor Jr 81-91
Troy Keaton 82-91
Carter Mack 76-87
Patrick McKistry 78-83
Rashod Wood 77-84
Jeff Stephenson 76-83

CB
Peter Parker 80-90
DJ Jennings 80-90
Jeremy Reed 80-90

DE
D'Bennishaw Causerus 83-91
Deon Sizzler 76-77
Jonni Hendrix 78-86
Bob Rankins 76-86
Scott Carr 80-85
Deejay Kerns 78-91

DT
Jordan Grove 76-87
Will Ward 81-89
Travis Faustino 77-85

K
Oguchi Totti 88
Greg Santios-Fischer 87

P
Cash Mikey 89

neko4
10-06-2007, 09:31 AM
Rest of the CPU's

OT
Pat Wiley 77-84 Wisconsin
Markus Mayle 75-83 Maryland

OG
Dick Don 72-80 Wake Forest
Freddie Sampson 71-76 Boston College

C
George Moore 71-81 Florida St
Chris Bear 72-83 Vanderbilt

DE
Derrick Moss 65-86 Cal Poly
Zach Rich 61-66 Michigan

DT
Mikey Moses 63-74 USC
Martin Smith 60-70 Florida

LB
Zeus Roberts 64-74 Ohio St
John Mitch 61-69 Cal

CB
Tex Lewis 63-68 Bowling Green
Jake Jansen 60-69 UC Davis

S
Tony Wallace 61-70 Indiana
Nick Hill 60-68 UL Monroe

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 09:43 AM
Draft Order:
1-New Jersey Timberwolves
2-Bangkok Banshees
3-Chelsea Blues
4-Gulf Coast Pirates
5-New ZealandWarriors
6-San Juan Rough Riders
7-Dallas Longhorns
8-Mexico City War Eagles
9-Washington Patriots
10-Brooklyn Dodgers
11-Toronto Bears
12-LA Super Novas

Wait, can we get drafted by computer teams?

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 09:44 AM
Wait, can we get drafted by computer teams?

no cpu teams can only draft cpu players but cpu players can be drafted by any team.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 09:45 AM
no cpu teams can only draft cpu players but cpu players can be drafted by any team.

I didn't know there were enough computer players for that, but w/e. I still don't know why I'm rated so low.

adschofield
10-06-2007, 09:46 AM
When is the draft?

jackalope
10-06-2007, 09:47 AM
I'm quit pleased with my rating.

Interesting having all CBs with 80-90 ratings.

D-Unit
10-06-2007, 09:52 AM
Rest of the CPU's

OT
Pat Wiley 77-84 Wisconsin
Markus Mayle 75-83 Maryland

OG
Dick Don 72-80 Wake Forest
Freddie Sampson 71-76 Boston College

C
George Moore 71-81 Florida St
Chris Bear 72-83 Vanderbilt

DE
Derrick Moss 65-86 Cal Poly
Zach Rich 61-66 Michigan

DT
Mikey Moses 63-74 USC
Martin Smith 60-70 Florida

LB
Zeus Roberts 64-74 Ohio St
John Mitch 61-69 Cal

CB
Tex Lewis 63-68 Bowling Green
Jake Jansen 60-69 UC Davis

S
Tony Wallace 61-70 Indiana
Nick Hill 60-68 UL Monroe
Are there going to be profiles for these players? Will we at least know height and weight?

neko4
10-06-2007, 09:52 AM
I'm quit pleased with my rating.

Interesting having all CBs with 80-90 ratings.
All the CB's did a good job with their reports

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 09:52 AM
I'm quit pleased with my rating.

Interesting having all CBs with 80-90 ratings.

I'm kinda irked...

For instance, this is a sign up of someone rated higher than me

Name: DeeJay Krens
User: mr. stiller
Age: 20
Position: DE/OLB
College: Maryland
Height: 6'5
Weight: 275
Strengths: Pass rushing, run stopping, awareness, Strength, Speed.
Weaknesses: Only adequate in coverage. Solid, but not amazing.
Predicted 40: 4.68 (rumors of 4.48)
Predicted Bench: 40 (rumors of 48)

And this is mine

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I thought our ratings were based on our sign ups...

neko4
10-06-2007, 09:52 AM
Are there going to be profiles for these players? Will we at least know height and weight?
I'll update that list in a sec with heights/weights

jackalope
10-06-2007, 09:55 AM
Are there going to be profiles for these players? Will we at least know height and weight?The first post has all the player's scouting reports that they posted, which have their height and weight.

D-Unit
10-06-2007, 09:57 AM
The first post has all the player's scouting reports that they posted, which have their height and weight.
I was talking about the CPU players. Thanks anyways though.

neko4
10-06-2007, 09:59 AM
there is only 4 rounds allowing for more UNDFA

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 10:02 AM
there is only 4 rounds allowing for more UNDFA

Shouldn't it be a snake draft since it's pretty much an expansion draft?

neko4
10-06-2007, 10:08 AM
Mel's Mock
1-New Jersey Timberwolves-Steve Runyan OT Michigan
2-Bangkok Banshees-Junior Diggs HB Pittsburgh
3-Chelsea Blues-Mike Desmond QB Michigsn
4-Gulf Coast Pirates-DJ Jennings CB Arizona
5-New ZealandWarriors-Will Ward DT Texas St
6-San Juan Rough Riders-Derrick Moss DE Cal-Poly
7-Dallas Longhorns-Tank Rogers FB Grambling
8-Mexico City War Eagles-Evander Louis WR Texas Tech
9-Washington Patriots-Pat Wiley OT Wisconsin
10-Brooklyn Dodgers-Mikey Moses DT USC
11-Toronto Bears-Doug Freeman QB Ole Miss
12-LA Super Novas-Jerrod Jacobs WR Miami(OH)

neko4
10-06-2007, 10:08 AM
Shouldn't it be a snake draft since it's pretty much an expansion draft?
thats true, thanks for that suggestion didnt think of that

Caddy
10-06-2007, 10:09 AM
There is a distinct lack of Troy James in that mock. I give it an F.

ATLDirtyBirds
10-06-2007, 10:18 AM
Mel's Mock
1-New Jersey Timberwolves-Steve Runyan OT Michigan
2-Bangkok Banshees-Junior Diggs HB Pittsburgh
3-Chelsea Blues-Mike Desmond QB Michigsn
4-Gulf Coast Pirates-DJ Jennings CB Arizona
5-New ZealandWarriors-Will Ward DT Texas St
6-San Juan Rough Riders-Derrick Moss DE Cal-Poly
7-Dallas Longhorns-Tank Rogers FB Grambling
8-Mexico City War Eagles-Evander Louis WR Texas Tech
9-Washington Patriots-Pat Wiley OT Wisconsin
10-Brooklyn Dodgers-Mikey Moses DT USC
11-Toronto Bears-Doug Freeman QB Ole Miss
12-LA Super Novas-Jerrod Jacobs WR Miami(OH)


Ah, I must have forgotten dominating the NFL doesn't make you a first round pick.

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 11:04 AM
Shouldn't it be a snake draft since it's pretty much an expansion draft?

Yea I think snake draft is the way to go.

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 11:07 AM
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The very definition of the word, freak. Junior Diggs posted unbelievable combine numbers. He should be the first running back taken in the draft.


Punk thinks he can tackle me, I go for 7 baby.

scar988
10-06-2007, 11:18 AM
DE
D'Bennishaw Causerus 83-91
Deon Sizzler 76-77
Jonni Hendrix 78-86
Bob Rankins 76-86
Scott Carr 80-85
Deejay Kerns 78-91

-HAHA

yeah
I may not have the highest ceiling, but outside of Causerius, I have the lowest floor. the leadership, and work ethic help that. give me a good teacher for pass rushing moves... and wow. imagine a 3-4 with D-Caz on the LE spot, and me at the RE spot. dominant.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 11:19 AM
DE
D'Bennishaw Causerus 83-91
Deon Sizzler 76-77
Jonni Hendrix 78-86
Bob Rankins 76-86
Scott Carr 80-85
Deejay Kerns 78-91

-HAHA

yeah
I may not have the highest ceiling, but outside of Causerius, I have the lowest floor. the leadership, and work ethic help that. give me a good teacher for pass rushing moves... and wow. imagine a 3-4 with D-Caz on the LE spot, and me at the RE spot. dominant.

Rocker got a bad rap...he's the best DE in this draft.

scar988
10-06-2007, 11:21 AM
Rocker got a bad rap...he's the best DE in this draft.

meh, idk. I will say this though, I'm willing to play in any type of defense and can fit many roles. put me in a 3-4, I can play the RE spot like Seymour. put me in a 3-3-5, I can be a great LE there. give me the shot in a 4-3 though... with a John Abraham pass rushing type on the other side, and it's over. I may not register sacks. but I'll draw the doubles to make sure someone on the DL does. cause honestly, I just wanna see the QB go down. or the play stopped.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 12:11 PM
meh, idk. I will say this though, I'm willing to play in any type of defense and can fit many roles. put me in a 3-4, I can play the RE spot like Seymour. put me in a 3-3-5, I can be a great LE there. give me the shot in a 4-3 though... with a John Abraham pass rushing type on the other side, and it's over. I may not register sacks. but I'll draw the doubles to make sure someone on the DL does. cause honestly, I just wanna see the QB go down. or the play stopped.

I'm Shawne Merriman without the roids.

UKfan
10-06-2007, 12:12 PM
Rocker got a bad rap...he's the best DE in this draft.

I disagree, but my play will do the talking...

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 12:13 PM
I disagree, but my play will do the talking...

Rocker will let his play, his mouth, and his guitar do the talking. He doesn't discriminate and not let things talk for him. Racist.

UKfan
10-06-2007, 12:15 PM
Rocker will let his play, his mouth, and his guitar do the talking. He doesn't discriminate and not let things talk for him. Racist.

Hey man, who you think you're calling a racist?

http://www.specialopssecurity.com/img/hidden/bobsapp-07.jpg

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 12:18 PM
Hey man, who you think you're calling a racist?

http://www.specialopssecurity.com/img/hidden/bobsapp-07.jpg

This just in, D'Bababoouie Whatshisname has an alternate personality

His second personailty goes by the name of Kris Kringle Kravitz. This is his file photo:

http://mediamatters.org/static/img/horowitz_franken_racist.jpg

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 12:21 PM
hey M.O.T.H. can I get some video game pics of E.J. W-B? I'm a Texas RB who wears #32. +rep if you get the pics
just bumpping to the new page

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:25 PM
just bumpping to the new page

I got ya...I'm about to go upload it.

RoyHall#1
10-06-2007, 12:28 PM
How exactly are CPU UDFA's going to work neko?

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:32 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me049.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 12:34 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me049.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.

And then they look at his rating and exhale.

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 12:37 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me049.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.
thanks but
I'm a Texas RB who wears #32.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:38 PM
thanks but

boo....haha

Your profile on the first page says Cal...lame.

ed wood
10-06-2007, 12:39 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me049.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.

There's my boy in blue and gold. Face the facts, Cal Berkeley is just suiting E.J too well.

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 12:40 PM
boo....haha

Your profile on the first page says Cal...lame.

yea but look at page on of the sign up thread
I am
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2006/players/10/30/nfl.workout1106/t1_edgerrin.jpg
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/ncaa/specials/preview/2004/photos/p1_benson_si.jpg
http://media.collegepublisher.com/media/paper410/stills/g6a6g0hr.jpg
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/multimedia/scorecard_daily/2004/09/27/0927/leadoff1.jpg
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me050.jpg
Name: E.J. Washington-Bush
Age: 20
Position: RB
College: Texas
Height: 5'10.5
Weight: 201
Strengths: Great speed, Great juke & spin, and anaverage reciever out of the back field but when he does catch it he can make somethink happen.
Weaknesses: Break tackle, pass blocking, and size.
Predicted 40: 4.25
Predicted Bench: 33 @ 225
Comparrison: Reggie Bush(not the way he is playing now, but the way he played in college)

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 12:42 PM
yea but look at page on of the sign up thread

I'll fix it for ya....what's the height and weight? the same?

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 12:42 PM
I'll fix it for ya....what's the height and weight? the same?
yes thanks alot man

ed wood
10-06-2007, 12:53 PM
Well then, just so that Cal Berkeley does not go unloved:

http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/cal/sports/m-footbl/auto_action/618750.jpeg

Need a top flight cornerback? California DB Jeremy Reed's got you covered!

TimD
10-06-2007, 12:54 PM
where is the floor and ceiling posted?

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 12:56 PM
Why is the draft only 4 rounds? Makes no sense at all

UKfan
10-06-2007, 12:57 PM
where is the floor and ceiling posted?

They are in this thread, the DE's are on page 6, not sure about the rest

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 12:58 PM
They are in this thread, the DE's are on page 6, not sure about the rest

That's all the DEs got unfortunately.

BTW I ran a 4.11 40. It just doesn't say that.

ed wood
10-06-2007, 12:59 PM
Here's all of the combine results together:

Lebron James TE Arizona State
6-8 260
40: 4.54
Bench: 32
Analysis-
A complete freak, hard to bring down, gets open using speed, great deep threat, amazing leap, and a huge target in the redzone. But he has been known to be slow off the line, causing jams and is a terrible blocker despite size.
Comparison- Antonio Gates
Senior Stats- 45rec 626yards 15TDís; 16sacks/TFL allowed
Rating- 81-87

Marcus Henderson TE Oklahoma State
6-4 250
40: 4.56
Bench: 31
Analysis-
Doesnít have the same size as James, but much of the same ability. The thing that Henderson has is great burst and acceleration. He is able to reach top speed quickly and will burn any Sís in his way to the endzone. Is a terrible blocker.
Comparison-Randy McMichael
Senior Stats- 57rec 649yards 12TDís; 13Sacks/TFL allowed
Rating-80-88

Mitch Mitchell TE Texas
6-4 250
40: 4.81
Bench: 38
Analysis-
Great blocker, but average receiver nuff said.
Comparison-Mark Bruener
Senior Stats- 26rec 304yards 5TDís; 2Sacks/TFL allowed
Rating- 76-84


CPU TE's:

Jimmy Woods TE Miami
6-5 265
40: 4.77
Bench: 28
Comparison: Bubba Franks
Rating: 61-73

Erik Anderson TE West VA
6-2 245
40: 4.66
Bench: 25
Comparison: Alge Crumpler
Rating: 55-67

Steve Runyan OT 85-91
Kyle "Scatman" Scottini OG 84-89


LB's
Aaron Brooks 82-88
Benn Hart 83-88
Johnny Cash 81-90
Chad Reed 85-89
Peter Brady 76-80
Curtis Rockaniva 77-85
Leo Willingham 76-87
Dusty Havok 76-83

S
Chet Taylor Jr 81-91
Troy Keaton 82-91
Carter Mack 76-87
Patrick McKistry 78-83
Rashod Wood 77-84
Jeff Stephenson 76-83

CB
Peter Parker 80-90
DJ Jennings 80-90
Jeremy Reed 80-90

DE
D'Bennishaw Causerus 83-91
Deon Sizzler 76-77
Jonni Hendrix 78-86
Bob Rankins 76-86
Scott Carr 80-85
Deejay Kerns 78-91

DT
Jordan Grove 76-87
Will Ward 81-89
Travis Faustino 77-85

K
Oguchi Totti 88
Greg Santios-Fischer 87

P
Cash Mikey 89

Rest of the CPU's

OT
Pat Wiley 77-84 Wisconsin
Markus Mayle 75-83 Maryland

OG
Dick Don 72-80 Wake Forest
Freddie Sampson 71-76 Boston College

C
George Moore 71-81 Florida St
Chris Bear 72-83 Vanderbilt

DE
Derrick Moss 65-86 Cal Poly
Zach Rich 61-66 Michigan

DT
Mikey Moses 63-74 USC
Martin Smith 60-70 Florida

LB
Zeus Roberts 64-74 Ohio St
John Mitch 61-69 Cal

CB
Tex Lewis 63-68 Bowling Green
Jake Jansen 60-69 UC Davis

S
Tony Wallace 61-70 Indiana
Nick Hill 60-68 UL Monroe

Q Jackson WR Washington
6-0 170
40: 4.31
Bench: 15
Analysis-
Not very strong but durable. Has great speed and burst and runs good enough routes to get open. Also has excellent leap ability. Has some anger issues and has been known to be cocky.
Comparison: Desean Jackson
Senior Stats: 54rec 990yards 8TDís; 6KR/PR TDís
Rating: 79-86

Troy James WR LSU
5-10 185
40: 4.22
Bench: 9
Analysis-
Has to be the fastest man in the draft. Is lighting quick and will make big plays off screans. Soft hands. An average at best route runner. Sometimes makes mistakes due to lack of experience. Is also a major threat going deep.
Comparison: Steve Smith
Senior Stats: 38rec 809yards 6TDís; 4KR/PR TDís
Rating: 77-87

Kareem Johnson WR Florida
6-5 235
40: 4.38 and 4.52
Bench: 25
Analysis-
40 Time was wildly inconsistent, but speed isnít a huge problem with this huge WR.
Great leaping ability and gigantic wingspan help make all the tough catches look easy. Is very tough and a great worker. Fights for every yard. Limited productivity due to incositency at QB position, but made the most out of every catch. Time will tell if he can become the deep target he was in college.
Comparison: Calvin Johnson
Senior Stats: 44rec 941yards 11TDís; 2 Rushing TDís
Rating: 81-91

Julio Stone WR LSU
6-4 228
40: 4.36
Bench: 17
Analysis-
One of the best deep targets out there combing great speed and size. Does almost everything right as a WR, but lazy work ethic and arrogance was a turn off with teammates. Doesnít always show effort if not getting the ball, or changes his routes without letting the QB know which leads to interceptions and drops balls if team is losing by a large sum.
Comparison: Randy Moss
Senior Stats: 69rec 1180yards 12TDís; 10drops
Rating: 83-91

Lonny Lancaster WR Tennessee
6-4 205
40: 4.45
Bench: 19
Analysis-
Good speed and burst. An average catcher mostly due to a lack of concentration. Terrible route runner. Great leap ability. Is fiery too much sometimes and has been ejected twice in his career. Right now is just a great deep threat, until Route Running Improves.
Comparison: Smaller Plax
Senior Stats: 60rec 1026yards 11TDís; 2 career ejections
Rating: 76-85

Blackie Chan WR Heffís Secret Academy
6í2 185
40: 4.48
Bench: 15
Analysis-
We donít know much about this WR playing in a somewhat secret D3 school. We do know he has great leap and hands.
Comparison: Ocho Cinco
Senior Stats: 125rec? 2080yards? 23TDís?; 15 sexual harassment accusations
Rating: 76-85


CPU WR's

Evander Louis Texas Tech
5-10 192
40: 4.34
Bench: 11
Comparison: Steve Smith
Rating: 60-75

Jerrod Jacobs Miami (OH)
6-4 198
40: 4.39
Bench: 8
Comparison: Randy Moss
Rating: 62-68

Terrelle Moss, RB Wisconsin
5-8 190
40: 4.41
Shuttle: 4.01
Bench: 15
Analysis-
Not quite as fast as originally thought but makes great cuts and more than makes up for what we thought his 40 time would be. Is a hard worker but does he have the toughness to be a good pro RB. Has good strength for a little dude.
Comparison: Garrett Wolfe
Senior Stats: 1874 Yards 18TDís 7.7Avg; Only 5 Fumbles in Career
Rating: 76-91

Junior Diggs, RB Pittsburgh
6-2 224
40: 4.37
Bench: 32
Analysis-
Hello Calvin Johnson of RBís. Is a pure running back in almost every sense of the word. Wont make any catches or block, but makes every cut look see easy, can overpower even the biggest of defenders and has the speed to outrun many safties and slower CBís. Can he take the full load.
Comparison: Jim Brown
Senior Stats: 1030 Yards 14TDís 8.5 Avg; 18 Drops in one year.
Rating: 81-91

Seth Harris, RB Penn St
5í10 205
40: 4.40
Bench: 13
Analysis-
Is great in the open field but between the tackles he needs work. Not with his power but with explosion. He wont get into the open field if he doesnít get past the line. Is a great pass-catcher and is able to getinto the open field on those plays.
Comparison:
Senior Stats: 1289 Yards 10TDís 5.8Avg; 522 Rec Yards
Rating: 77-87

EJ Washington-Bush, RB Cal
5í10 201
40: 4.33
Bench: 5
Analysis-
Probably the most exciting player in football last year. Draws many comparisons to a poor manís Reggie Bush. But many doubt his toughness and see him as being too finesse. Look for him to make big plays without getting a carry.
Comparison: Reggie Bush
Senior Stats: 1004 Yards 8TDís 8.4Avg; 7 KR and PR TDís
Rating: 78-83

Germain Taylor RB NC A&T
5-11 225
40: 4.65
Bench: 33
Analysis-
Best word that describes him, NASTY. Plays through pain and even rehabbed from major injuries. Couldve gone to any school in the world w/o his injury problems. 40 time was less than stellar, but that shouldnít be a judge of his abilities. Runs low and makes great cuts. Didnít play against elite comp, but was a record setter in I-AA. Extremely hard worker.
Comparison: Tony Hunt
Senior Stats: 2133 Yards 31TDís 6.9Avg; 458 Rec Yards
Rating: 79-89

CPU RBís

Joe Jackson Grambling
5-8 205
40: 4.30
Bench: 10
Comparison: MJD
Senior Stats: 2180 24 TDís 9.5Avg
Rating: 69-82

Phillip Myers Missouri
5-11 209
40: 4.44
Bench: 13
Comparison: Clinton Portis
Rating: 65-80

Rex Smithers, Eastern Michigan
6-0 233
40: 4.62
Bench: 20
Comparison: Smaller Jerome Bettis
Rating: 62-73

CPU FBís

Tank Rogers Grambling
6í1 255
40: 4.69
Bench: 34
Comparison: Mike Alstott
Rating: 70-79

Ehren McBride QB Wisconsin
5-9 195
40: 4.40
Bench: 8 reps of 225
Analysis-
Speed and improvisational ability are highly impressive. Arm is average at best but shows excellent decision making.
Comparison: Doug Flutie
Senior Stats: 2377 Yards 11TDís 5INTís; 7 RTDís
Rating: 78-87

Mike Desmond QB Michigan
6-6, 213
40: 5.28
Bench: 23
Analysis-
Probably has the best arm, but pocket presence is a large concern. Will make all the throws with either perfect touch or zips it in a tight spot. Mentally is good enough.
Comparison: Peyton Manning (Sorry)
Senior Stats: 3533 Yards 32TDís 8INTís; 2nd most sacked QB in Big10.
Rating: 80-90

Tyrone Biggums QB Duke
6-4 216
40: 4.55
Bench: 4
Analysis-
He would probably move to WR if he wasnít so tall. Shows good touch, but poor zip. Has great pocket presence. Has received allegations of cocaine use. Played well without great surrounding talent.
Comparison: Kordell Stewart
Senior Stats: 2193 Yards 9TDís 6INTís; 8RTDís
Rating: 78-84

Brent Noose QB Texas A&M
6-2 190
40: 4.66
Bench: 19
Analysis-
Is much stronger than his skinny stature indicates, but some weight gain would be nice. Is one of the most accurate QBís out there and his speed helps. Arm strength is lacking.
Comparison: Colt Brennan (w/o the system)
Senior Stats: 2774 Yards 19TDís 4INTís; 4RTDís
Rating: 76-86



Carmelo Anthony QB Kansas
6-3 235
40: 4.81
Bench: 28
Analysis-
Despite having a decent 40 he is a terrible pocket QB. Has a great arm that can shred any defense, but he also needs a great line to do this.
Comparison: Eli Manning
Senior Stats: 3009 Yards 20TDís 10INTís; 3rd most sacked QB in Big 12.
Rating: 76-85



CPU QB's

Doug Freeman, Ole Miss
6-5 235
40: 4.98
Bench: 17
Comparison: Eli Manning
Rating: 61-68

Dylan DelliSanti, Georgetown
5-11 200
40: 4.70
Bench: 11
Comparison: Drew Brees
Rating: 63-84

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 01:07 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me050.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.

All fixed.

OSUGiants17
10-06-2007, 01:08 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me050.jpg

Heisman trophy finalist, E.J. Washington-Bush, is drawing early comparisons to Reggie Bush. Opponents hold their breath every time he touches the football.

All fixed.

thank you very much

RoyHall#1
10-06-2007, 01:22 PM
http://bikeaction.pl/binary/banshee/Banshee%20Logo.jpg

The Bangkok Banshees would like to let all draft prospects know that they are being observed and evaluated very closely by GM Ryan Hall, even if I don't let you know this in a PM. All of you are on Bangkok's big board. As to who is at the top and will be taken with the 2nd pick, different rumors have been floating around that it will either be Greg Stantios-Fischer or Deon Sizzler.

TimD
10-06-2007, 01:59 PM
The Chelsea Lions are excited to be at the 3rd pick in the draft, and hope their guy is still around.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:00 PM
I won't be around tonight. Personally I think we should push the draft back one more week so the combine results aren't so hastily done. There is no need to rush this

SubNoize
10-06-2007, 02:16 PM
I won't be around tonight. Personally I think we should push the draft back one more week so the combine results aren't so hastily done. There is no need to rush this

yeah, it sucks that we didn't really see much for defensive players.

jackalope
10-06-2007, 02:21 PM
I won't be around tonight. Personally I think we should push the draft back one more week so the combine results aren't so hastily done. There is no need to rush thisI agree that the draft should be pushed back so there is combine results for everyone, and GMs have a bit more time.

ed wood
10-06-2007, 02:23 PM
I won't be around tonight. Personally I think we should push the draft back one more week so the combine results aren't so hastily done. There is no need to rush this

I'll throw my support behind that notion. If we do push the draft back a week, however, we have to have everybody providing diverting material in the interim.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 02:24 PM
I disagree...I feel pushing this thing back even farther would result in a serious drop in interest.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:25 PM
we can also use the week to recruit a few more last minute signups and create more cpu players to make things interesting

UKfan
10-06-2007, 02:28 PM
I don't care either way, I can live with more time, but I kinda wanna get going as well.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:28 PM
I disagree...I feel pushing this thing back even farther would result in a serious drop in interest.

If anything it'll create more interest. i know of at least two more guys interested in signing up. And you of all peopel were bitching about the lack of a combine for defensive players

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 02:30 PM
If anything it'll create more interest. i know of at least two more guys interested in signing up. And you of all peopel were bitching about the lack of a combine for defensive players

I was? No I was bitching about my ****** rating. I mean, we'd probably have to wait until next weekend, what would there be to do for that week in this? Wait?

jackalope
10-06-2007, 02:31 PM
A week may be a bit much to push it back, but if we could find a time during the week that GMs would be on, I think we could do it then. I'd really like to see the combine done for all players.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:32 PM
I was? No I was bitching about my ****** rating. I mean, we'd probably have to wait until next weekend, what would there be to do for that week in this? Wait?

Ok. The draft will take almost week because I won't be on much this weekend or this upcoming week

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 02:32 PM
Start it tonight as planned but just no clock. Gms should send their big boards to neko if they wont be here for awhile.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 02:33 PM
Start it tonight as planned but just no clock.

I'm not going to be on tonight really

Hines
10-06-2007, 02:48 PM
I'm not going to be on tonight really

then send a big board

Eaglez.Fan
10-06-2007, 02:59 PM
The 1st team OTC should be able to pick whenever.

D-Unit
10-06-2007, 03:42 PM
Ok. The draft will take almost week because I won't be on much this weekend or this upcoming week
I get it now. The prolonging isn't because you wanted to give guys time to sign up... it's that you won't be here.

I think you should consider finding a co-gm.

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 03:58 PM
GMs just send Neko4 your big boards.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 04:00 PM
My plans have fallen through. I'll be around now

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 04:01 PM
My plans have fallen through. I'll be around now

You didn't scrap them just for this right? Cause that would be dumb...

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 04:02 PM
So Scottyboy is really the only one were waiting for then.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 04:03 PM
You didn't scrap them just for this right? Cause that would be dumb...

No I was looking forward to the bonfire on the beach but my friends couldn't secure the permit

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 05:14 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me052.jpg
Travis "Grimlock" Paustino is a load, standing 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighing in at an impressive, 340 pounds. Hands down the best the run stuffer in the nation.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me051.jpg
Virginia punter, Cash Mikey, is the top punter prospect in the nation. Incredibly accurate and precise, he lead all punters with punts inside the 20 with 43.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me053.jpg
Two of the nation's best, Florida's Kareem Johnson and Cal's Jeremy Reed expect to hear their names called early on sunday.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 05:15 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me057.jpg
Division 1-AA's number #1 rated offensive lineman, Kyle "Scatman" Scottini, displays excellent footwork and technique. A valuable lineman that could be special at both the Guard and Center positions.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me058.jpg
LSU's Troy James and Syracuse's Carter Mack are two of the draft's best early entries. James, born and raised in Australlia, is relatively new to american football but, posted the top 40 time of any prospect at the combine. The gloveless receiver, was virtually uncoverable at the college level. Safety, Carter Mack, may be the hardest working player in this years draft class. A film and workout warrior, Mack, is always a step ahead of the competition.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me055.jpg
Florida's Davey Havok is an exoplosive player in the Demarcus Ware mold. An exceptional pass rusher but, still rather raw. He could play both Defensive End and Linebacker at the next level. Has the potential to be a perrenial pro bowler.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 05:16 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me056.jpg
Arizona State's star tight end, Lebron James, is an exceptional talent. The two sport athlete is a dynamic playmaker in the passing game, at 6'8, he will haul in any pass thrown his way. Penn State's Benn Hart is a tackling machine. This roaming Linebacker once racked up, 27 tackles in a high school game. A terrific athlete he can star in any defensive scheme.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me054.jpg
Southern Cal's dynamic duo, Chad Reed (left) and Johnny Cash (right) punished opposing teams while a part of the nations top defense. Nicknamed "the Bash Brothers" for their extremely violent hits on ball carriers, these two will strive at the next level.
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me059.jpg
He's finally arrived. One of the biggest stars from over seas, Oguchi Totti, has decided to enter the WFFL draft. Blessed with amazing kicking power, the former soccer star, can kick a football through the uprights from 70 yards out.

Mr. Stiller
10-06-2007, 06:47 PM
M.O.T.H.

Hook a brother up with a Maryland Away Jersey with #58 Krens Jersey. Show them me killing some helpless QB.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 07:06 PM
Of course it just so happens that now that I have no plans, there won't be a draft tonight because scottyboy won't be on

Man_Of_Steel
10-06-2007, 07:09 PM
I guess were gonna have to wait another 24 hours to get the draft rolling.

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 07:28 PM
M.O.T.H.

Hook a brother up with a Maryland Away Jersey with #58 Krens Jersey. Show them me killing some helpless QB.

http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me061.jpg
The Terps Deejay Krens, is an absolute freak. At 6'5 275 pounds he possesses extraordinary strength and speed that could match some wide receivers. The multi-talented Krens lead the ACC with 17.5 sacks last season and has been drawing comparisons to former Maryland star, Shawn Merriman.

Mr. Stiller
10-06-2007, 07:34 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me061.jpg
The Terps Deejay Krens, is an absolute freak. At 6'5 275 pounds he possesses extraordinary strength and speed that could match some wide receivers. The multi-talented Krens lead the ACC with 17.5 sacks last season and has been drawing comparisons to former Maryland star, Shawn Merriman.

Thats Sweet.

Caddy
10-06-2007, 08:51 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me058.jpg
LSU's Troy James and Syracuse's Carter Mack are two of the draft's best early entries. James, born and raised in Australlia, is relatively new to american football but, posted the top 40 time of any prospect at the combine. The gloveless receiver, was virtually uncoverable at the college level. Safety, Carter Mack, may be the hardest working player in this years draft class. A film and workout warrior, Mack, is always a step ahead of the competition.



Good job MOTH. And I just thought I'd point out that I caught that and burned Carter Mack for an 86 yard TD.

BuckNaked
10-06-2007, 08:56 PM
Ain't nobody gonna show Blackie in his purple Heffner jersey?

Hines
10-06-2007, 08:57 PM
so the draft isnt tonite

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 09:01 PM
so the draft isnt tonite

Nope. And It might be slow tomorrow as well

BuckNaked
10-06-2007, 09:47 PM
This is how much of an effect Blackie had on George Bush.

http://hometown.aol.com/kvwizardmaster69/images/pimp%20daddy%201.jpg

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 09:49 PM
This is how much of an effect Blackie had on George Bush.

http://hometown.aol.com/kvwizardmaster69/images/pimp%20daddy%201.jpg

Pimpwise, Bush > Clinton.

Hines
10-06-2007, 10:03 PM
i just relized that im the possible second or third best rb in this draft

BuckNaked
10-06-2007, 10:05 PM
My ceiling floor is such heaping pile of ********. I was a mainstay of the National Fantasy League and this is what I get. I mean freakin LTGiaints who everyone hated is going to be rated like 10 points higher than me.

BrownsTown
10-06-2007, 10:07 PM
My ceiling floor is such heaping pile of ********. I was a mainstay of the National Fantasy League and this is what I get. I mean freakin LTGiaints who everyone hated is going to be rated like 10 points higher than me.

You're preaching to the choir, man.

SuperKevin
10-06-2007, 10:07 PM
My ceiling floor is such heaping pile of ********. I was a mainstay of the National Fantasy League and this is what I get. I mean freakin LTGiaints who everyone hated is going to be rated like 10 points higher than me.

Profile played a major part in ratings according to neko. If you weren't serious in your bio then ratings suffered

BuckNaked
10-06-2007, 10:08 PM
Profile played a major part in ratings according to neko. If you weren't serious in your bio then ratings suffered

Why does he have to be such a tight ass, does the college really ******* matter?

M.O.T.H.
10-06-2007, 11:32 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me062.jpg
The Hugh Heffner Top Secret Academy of Pimpage Hooters, mystery man, wowed the scouts at the combine. Blackie "Pimp Juice" Chan, is a flashy receiver who can adjust on any pass. His outstanding hands and excellent leaping ability enable him to make dazzling catches all over the field. It doesnt matter where the ball is thrown, he's going to catch it. A dream prospect on the field, off the field, Chan is quite the character. His heavy street slang and trademark purple pimp outfit, complete with matching gold goblet and cane, are sure to grab the attention of the media. This guy makes Terrell Owens look like a saint. Owners beware.

BuckNaked
10-06-2007, 11:35 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/brickman08865/me062.jpg
The Hugh Heffner Top Secret Academy of Pimpage Hooters, mystery man, wowed the scouts at the combine. Blackie "Pimp Juice" Chan, is a flashy receiver who can adjust on any pass. His outstanding hands and excellent leaping ability enable him to make dazzling catches all over the field. It doesnt matter where the ball is thrown, he's going to catch it. A dream prospect on the field, off the field, Chan is quite the character. His heavy street slang and trademark purple pimp outfit, complete with matching gold goblet and cane, are sure to grab the attention of the media. This guy makes Terrell Owens look like a saint. Owners beware.

Finally somebody realizes the greatness that is Blackie Chan.

brat316
10-08-2007, 09:13 AM
Moth I think Chad India needs some NCAA picture of him posted, with your unique descriptions.