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03-25-2008, 11:43 AM
Age: (20-24)
College Stats: Be realistic

We really only need...
QB: 2
HB: 5
WR: 4
TE: 0
OT: 2
OG: 0
C: 0
DE: 3
DT: 2
LB: 4
CB: 3
S: 3


03-25-2008, 12:24 PM
Jamaal Umenyiora
Age: 23
Height: 6'3
Weight: 256
College: THE Rutgers University
Position: DE/OLB
Strengths: Unbelievbly excellent pass rusher. The kid just flat out gets to the QB. Excellent work ethic and leader. Knows and loves the game of football. Has the athletic ability and hands to drop back in coverage. Knows how to strip the ball, especailly from a QB and in traffic. Saw time all 4 years in college, experienced. All the intangibles you look for.

Weaknesses: He's not overally fast, or strong. It's a wonder how he puts up those giant sack numbers. Not the best of tacklers, ESPECIALLY one on one with a RB. Doesn't have the pure speed to go man to man D with better TE's. Senior year seemed to turn to a Dwight Freeney, looking only for sacks, but that seemed to be a one year thing, and he's most likely over it

Bio: Born and raised a Jersey boy, had a fairly normal life. Walked on to RU for kicks, but turned out to be a damn good pass rusher. Under the tutilege of DC Brian Rice, he became a feared defender. Split time on the DL freshman and soph. year, coming in on blitz packages as a LB and DT

College Stats:
Freshman year: 3 sacks, 2 TFL
Soph: 8 sacks, 7 TFL
Junior: 20.5 sacks, 10 TFL
Senior: 23.27 sacks, 11 TFL

Player Comparison: Justin Tuck/Eric Foster

03-25-2008, 12:27 PM
Name: Seth Harris
Age: 20
Height: 6'1
Weight: 210
College: Penn State
Position: CB

Strengths: Real physical. Will stick his head in piles and will come up and support the run. Great playmaker who has a knack of getting his hands on the ball and intercepting passes. Great hands. If ball is in his hands, watch out!! Great in coverage and rarely gets beat with his blazing speed. Plays zones real well and has great man skills as well. Strong, durable, and can help in the return game. A true shutdown corner.

Weaknesses: Gets caught peeking in the backfield too much. Arrogant, and talks a lot of trash. Sometimes gets too agressive and gets burnt on double moves. Raw, and needs more technique work. Overachiever?

Bio: Harris is the definition of a true shut down corner, in the mold of Champ Bailey, Deion Sanders, and Darrell Green. He will bring a lot of value to the return game as well. Also played offense and scored on 5 touchdown catches in his career. Lack of maturity and his raw skills are question marks, but there is no doubt that he will be the first corner taken and have a great career at the big stage. Started since his true freshman season and came out as a junior after a great career.

College Stats: Frosh: 54 tackles 18 PBU 3 INT; 21-200-9.5-2 PR
Soph: 70 tackles 18 PBU 6 INT; 28-300-10.7-3 PR; 4 catches 200 yards 3 tds
JR: 70 tackles 14 PBU 4 INT; 20-300-15-3 PR; 2 catches 100 yards 2 tds

03-25-2008, 12:41 PM

Name: Leopold Carmichael
Age: 21
College: Stanford
Position:RB/Return Specialist

Strengths: Unbelievable balance, quickness, and acceleration. Straight line speed is certainly well above average. Ability to juke and spin defenders is second to none, exceptional ability to make something out of nothing. Despite this, he hits the hole very quickly and doesn't do unnecessary dancing. Certainly a threat to take it the distance every time he touches the ball. Catches the ball extremely well out of the backfield and runs decent routes. Could be considered as a slot receiver. Well built and very cut despite his small stature. Would be the perfect "lightning" back for a two back system if paired with a bigger back.

Weaknesses:Very small and has maxed out frame and doesn't break a lot of tackles. Never carried the full load. Ball security is only average. Will occasionally lose yardage trying to do too much instead of accepting a minimal gain. Tries his best, but will probably never be much help in pass protection. Not a traditional RB and offenses might have to find creative ways to use him.

Player comparison: Athletically very similar to Steve Smith (WR Panthers). Also drawn comparisons to current WVU RB Noel Devine.

Bio: Nicknamed "Lightning-Bug" both for his small size and uncanny ability to accelerate and change direction. A relatively unrecruited player coming out of HS despite putting up huge rushing numbers as an option-QB. Has a decent arm and has been used on multiple "trick plays" as evidenced by his 3 TD passes thrown in his career. Decided to walk on at Stanford rather than play at a lower level. Has actually grown 3 inches since his senior year of HS. Made a name for himself when he scored a TD the first time he touched the ball as a redshirt-freshman on a highlight-reel punt return. Continued making big plays throughout his college career as 21 of his 33 TDs came on returns, catches, or runs of 50 yards or more. Very likable, charismatic, and smart kid. Decided to go pro early to support his single mother and because he had graduated after only his third year. Active in the community and certainly has no negative character concerns. Has been compared to Warrick Dunn as both a player and as a person off the field. Has done some part time modeling and has said he plans on going into broadcasting or acting when his football career is over. Rumored to be dating Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr. Voted "sexiest athlete" by Playgirl magazine.

College Stats:
rsSoph. Year
121 attempts 921 yards 8 TDs 60 catches 850 yards 7 TDs 1 KR TD 4 PR TDs 2 TD passes
rsFresh. Year
101 attempts 626 yards 3 TDs 23 catches 465 yards 4 TDs 1 KR TD 5 PR TDs 1 TD pass
Fresh. Year

Pro Day Results:
40 Yard Dash: 4.36
Short Shuttle: 4.03
Cone Drill: 6.56
Vertical Jump: 40.5"
Long Jump: 10'8"
Bench Reps: 13
*Note--Participated in WR drills as well as RB drills. Looked very crisp running clean routes and caught the ball extremely well.


03-25-2008, 12:56 PM

Name: Orrin Jordan
Age: 21
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 208 lbs
College: Oklahoma
Position: FS/SS

Strengths: Orrin Jordan is built like the ideal safety. Always looking for the big play/hit. He's a very instinctive ball hawk who is always around the ball. He has amazing athleticism, true specimen type player. Hits like a truck. What he somewhat lacks in coverage, he makes up for in physicality. Solid tackler and rarely misses any. If you catch the ball around him you'll drop it 8 times out of 10. He can recognize where a inexperienced QB might throw the ball. Run support and rushing the QB on blitzes are unmatched. Takes on blocks and sheds them well. Plays with good pad level. Very aware player. Defensive Enforcer. Knows where he's supposed to be and rarely gets caught of place. Rarely bites on play fakes. Quality guy. Good presence to have in the locker room. No attitude problems.

Weaknesses: Coverage skills are above average at best. Has too much separation from WRs running routes under him. Always goes for the big hit. Always trying to hit someone, which might leave one of his teammates out to dry. Will sacrifice his body which calls for injury concern. Will trash talk to you a little bit. Man-to-man coverage skills are his weakness. Too aggressive at times. Less productive senior season than junior season.

Bio: Orrin Jordan was born and raised in Oakland, California. He played HS football and basketball at McClymonds HS, Oakland. He was good in both but really excelled in football. Jordan doubled as a QB/S for The Warriors and led them to two straight CIF North Section championships his junior and senior seasons. He was named CIF Offensive Player of the year and got All Conference for his heroics at Safety. He was highly recruited out of HS and some even had him as the #1 player in the nation. Because of his grades, or lack thereof, Orrin decided to enroll for San Francisco City College, the #1 Junior college in the country, at the time.

At San Francisco City College, he started Safety for two season. After his first season, he was already drawing comparisons to former Rams great, Gibril Wilson. For two consecutive seasons, he led the Rams in Tackles and Interceptions. He garnered 1st Team Junior College All American honors, Junior Colleges of California Defensive Player of the Year, and 1st Team All-State Defense. The Rams enjoyed being in two bowl games along with a State title game. Again, he was being heavily recruited by a boat load of schools. He was once again named the number one player in the nation, regardless of level. When signing day rolled around he had narrowed down his choices to Oklahoma and USC. He shocked everyone when he chose Oklahoma over USC, being a California native.

At Oklahoma, his presence was felt quick. He was moved to SS to maximize the use of his physicality and to get him on the field since the FS spot was locked down. He led the Sooners to a fiesta bowl win and the title of the #1 Defense in the country. He was very productive and got All-Big 12 1st Team defensive honors as well as newcomer of the year. The next season, he moved back to FS. Again the Sooners had a Top 3 defense and again were led to a BCS bowl by Orrin. He was selected by the coaches and press to the 1st Team All-American Defensive team. He graduated from Oklahoma and once again shocked everyone when he declared for the USFFL Draft, and upstart league, rather than declare for the highly favored NFL draft.

College Stats:

Junior Year: 14 games started 8, and racked up 68 tackles, 17 Pass break ups, 9.5 tackles for loss, 6 interceptions,4 forced fumbles, 3 QB sacks. 3 Touchdowns given up all season. 1st Team defense All-Big 12. Newcomer of the year.

Senior Year: 14 games started. Racked up 53 tackles, 11 pass break ups, 3 QB sacks, 3 interceptions, 1 forced fumble. 2 Touchdowns given up all season. 1st Defensive All American Selection.

03-25-2008, 01:07 PM

Name: Jack Utah
Jersey #: 16
Age: 26
Height: 6'2
Weight: 200
College: Harvard
Position: QB

Strengths: As fast and physically gifted an athlete as you can hope for; gets out of bed and runs a 4.5 often cracks 4.4. Absolute cannon for an arm and can make all the throws, but struggles with accuracy on the short and intermediate passes. He's a cerebral player and a fast learner. Creative player that can make something out of nothing, if you can light a fire under him he might be unstoppable. Could possibly project to a number of other positions (WR,CB,S)

Weaknesses: Not a vocal leader off the field by any means; doesn't cause problems but doesn't try to connect with teammates, but he commands respect and gets it. He’s already 26 and in the middle of his prime. It may take him awhile to adjust to the speed of top competition; will he already be on the down slope by then? Mechanics aren't ideal. He took some shrapnel in the military leading to his discharge, it hasn't seemed to effect his play. Off the charts intangibles and intelligence but you have to question his desire to play game.

Bio: Jack Utah grew up an army brat who's family has a rich military tradition. He was a five star prospect coming out of Camdon Academy. He spurned offers to virtually every major program in the country to join the Army. He spent 4 years in active service in the elite Army Rangers unit completing a tour of duty in Iraq. He reached the rank of Sergeant fire team leader before being honorably discharged after being wounded in service. After his service he accepted an academic scholarship to Harvard where he walked onto the football team.

Utah started all four years and he holds virtually every school and Ivy League passing record on the books. He graduated Summa *** Laude in 3 1/2 years with degrees in American Literature and Philosophy and plans to go to law school after football.

Jack is a free spirit who goes his own way, which both helps and hinders him on the field. He'll make a play that makes your jaw drop and on the very next snap will take a risk that leaves you shaking your head. If you can get him with the right coach and system that keeps him interested and motivated he could be an absolutely great one.

College Stats:
Fresh: 2300 yds passing 933 yds rushing 19 passing TD 7 rushing TD 11 int
Soph: 3000 yds passing 515 yds rushing 22 passing TD 3 rushing TD 13 int
Jnr: 2900 yds passing 1019 yds rushing 17 passing TD 6 rushing TD 5 int
Snr: 4300 yds passing 348 yds rushing 29 passing TD 5 rushing TD 8 int

03-25-2008, 01:11 PM
3 people who are granted reserved spots

I'll keep my old guy who was a QB

Dibs on RB

wr or lb, already got my guy ready.

03-25-2008, 01:20 PM
UT for me please, dinner now but I'll get it done after.

Tampa 2 4 life
03-25-2008, 01:20 PM
User Name: Tampa 2 4 Life
Player Name: Cory Thompson
Jersey Number: 90
Age: 24
Position: DE
College: South Florida

Height: 6'6''
Weight: 297

Strengths: Stops the run better than most DEs...Good Size for a DE and plays like at his size...Very Strong Bullrusher...Gets off the ball very fast...Has good instincts and bats down a fair amount of balls...Has a Non-Stop Motor and half of his sacks are coverage sacks...Blue-Collar type who just gets the job done...Decent straight line speed...Plays with great leverage..

Weaknesses: Is very raw as a pass rusher...Below Average Pass Rushing Moves...Not very agile...May fit more as a UT in certain schemes...May Arm Tackle a bit much for some...Doesn't put up great numbers...Tends to try to do a bit too much...

Injury History: Nagging Injuries Throughout College, Tore ACL in Redshirt year during practice.

Player Comparison: Adam Carriker Meets Luis Castillo

Background (not optional): Grew up in Tampa, Florida, Played Tight End in High School, where he was known as a great Run Blocking TE. Was recruited to USF as an Athlete where he bulked up, and switched to End...Redshirted and didn't play until his JR year, where he broke out and was known as one of the top Run-Stopping Ends in the country, being named a Second String All-American his Junior year, then a 1st Teamer after his Senior year.


JU: 13 games, 41 tackles, 19 TFL, 6 Sacks
SR: 13 games, 46 tackles, 20 TFL, 8 sacks

03-25-2008, 01:26 PM

Name: Wayne Walker
Age: 22
College:Florida State

Strengths: Excellent size and bulk...Is physical and aggressive...A playmaker who is always around the ball...Reliable tackler...He will deliver the big hits...Adequate timed speed...Has sideline-to-sideline range...He is great in pursuit...Reads and reacts quickly...Does a solid job in zone coverage...Intense and competitive with a non-stop motor...Tough...Extremely smart with a great football I.Q...Has a terrific work ethic..A very team orientend guy...

Weaknesses:Not a top natural athlete...Too aggressive at times...He will have to get stronger...Has some trouble shedding blocks...Needs to be protected up front...Does not do a great job in man coverage...Just a marginal blitzer...Is not very effective in the backfield...Had some minor injury problems...Not a vocal leader

Player comparison : a less athletic Paul Posluszny/Dan Connor or a poor man AJ Hawk

Bio: Born in Haiti...Son of a former Florida State deffensive coordinator...Redshirted and then went on to be a 3-year starter... Also a special teams ace...Does not have all the physical tools you look for but is just a great football player...A overachiever who gets by more on intangibles than physical tools...Football junkie...Very proud and love competition...He want to be the best and work very hard for that.

College Stats:
Sophomore year : 86 tackles - 2 tackles for loss - 0 sack - 3 PBU - 0 INT - 1FF - 1 FR
Junior year : 117 tackles - 9 tackles for loss - 3 sacks - 5 PBU - 2 INT - 3 FF - 2 FR
Senior year : 121 tackles - 7 tackles for loss - 2 sacks - 6 PBU - 3 INT - 2 FF - 4 FR

Pro Day numbers :
40 yards : 4.60
225 bench press : 23
Vertical jump : 35 1/2-inch
Broad jump :9 foot 9-inch
Short shuttle : 4.18
3 cones : 7.21

03-25-2008, 02:02 PM
Reggie Moss
User Name: OSUGiants17
Jersey #: 11
Age: 23
Years Pro: 0
Position: WR/PR/KR
College: Texas
Height: 5'9
Weight: 185
Positives: Exceptional open-field runner who excels as a punt and kick returner. Can be dangerous running the reverse. Excellent speed and quickness. Runs good routes and adjusts to the ball. Amazing jump. Terrific athlete with 42-inch vertical jump. Top jumper and sprinter in track with quick feet and good change of direction. Very competitive. Will compete for the ball in a crowd and often take it away from a bigger man. Smart and aware. Shows vision and awareness as a receiver and returner. Knows when to go out of bounds and when to bring it back inside. Well built with big calves and thighs for his size. Stronger runner than he seems and will break some tackles. Exceptional quickness and speed. Has a quick burst and an extra gear that allows him to eat up the corner’s cushion in a hurry on deep passes and to beat and explode away from him at the break point. A true game-breaker. Returned six punts for scores in the past two years — four in 2000. Has a very high yards-per-catch average and is a clutch player.
Negatives: Is only 5-9. Fumbles too often. Gets jammed at the line. Hasn't learned to get open against zone defense and makes a lot of mental errors(Celebrates way too much, big jokester, get's distracted by cheerleaders sometimes).
Injury History: None
Player Comparison: Steve Smith/Santana Moss
Bio: Grew up in a small town in Texas. His father was the coach of the varsity football team and coached his son and incouraged him to play football from the day he was born, in fact his first word was football. He started to play football at age 8. When he was 14 he stopped playing football because he was told he wasn't big enough. Then his dad incouraged him to get back into it and coached Reggie all of his sophmore year(at McNiel High School) making him a better player. His junior year he tryed out for the school team and was the backup(3rd string) varsity WR. Half way throught the year the starting WR broke his arm and missed the rest of the year so Reggie replaced him. Senior year he started at WR and led the county in Yards after the catch and receptions. His freshman year as the starting WR, he won the Big 12 freshman of the year. In his junior season he won the Walter Camp Award and the Fred Biletnikoff Award and left early. Now he is on his way to the USFFL.
College Stats:
Stat Overview
ReceivingggggggggggggggggRushingfggggggggggggFumbl es
2005 38 601 15.8 56 7 l 8 48 6.0 17 0 l 8 2
2006 59 1060 18.0 62 9 l 5 19 3.8 9 0 l 9 3
h2007 65 762 11.7 44 6 11 l 132 12.0 73 1 l 7 1


03-25-2008, 02:14 PM

Name: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
Age: 21
Height: 6'1
Weight: 223
College: THE Memphis University(lol at OSU)
Position: RB

Strengths: great inside runner, hits the hole fast, very physical, loves to run people over, can wear down a defense, shifty, excellent pass blocker, great football IQ, does not fumble the ball, fun loving guy

Weaknesses: straight line speed is only average, not experienced as a receiver, runs with high pad level, didn't play against elite competition, injury concerns, not a team leader

Bio: Bojangles was born February 24th 1987, to Shogun & Banshee Robinson he was the oldest child which would be a major role later in his life. Growing up in the Marcy Projects was never easy but his family worked hard to get by. One day his father just took off on their family, he left no note, no money, nothing. His mother decided the only way her kids could get by in this world is if the government gave them welfare so she killed herself. So their Bojangles was 16 years old and all alone in the world left to raise his younger brother and sister. The welfare helped but he had to make some money on the side and he knew who to turn to, good Ol' Uncle Frank. While the stuff he did wasn't exactly legal it made him smarter and tougher but the anger inside of him was building. He knew that his parents would of wanted him to stay in school and get good grades so he worked hard and soon was top of his class and in his sophomore year at his high school a coach reached out to him and asked if he would like to play football. This is when he found his love, his calling, after only a month he became full time starter at RB and OLB, but because of his teams lack of success he wasn't recruited heavily and ended up heading south to Memphis. During his freshman year he would see most of his playing time in relief of Senior RB DeAngelo Williams, the two of them would set the school's rushing record. After Williams left for the draft, Bojangles became full time starter. During the 4th game of the season Bojangles would take a nasty shot to the knee and ended up having a grade III MCL tear ending his Sophomore season. Finally during his Junior year he got to show what he was really made of averaging nearly 25 carries a game and 6+ yards per carry he lead his team to a 10-3 record capping of his NCAA career with a 217 yard, 3 TD performance against Tennessee in the Outback Bowl.

College Stats:
Freshman: 11 Games, 163 Carries, 959 Yards, 8 TD, 13 Catches, 89 Yards, 1 TD

Sophmore: 4 Games, 96 Carries, 566 Yards, 7 TD, 4 Catches, 54 Yards

Junior: 13 Games, 324 Carries, 2134 Yards, 24 TD, 19 Catches, 167 Yards, 1 TD

Combine Numbers:
40: 4.53
225 Bench: 25
Vertical Jump: 35"
Broad Jump: 10'2"
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.18
60 Yard Shuttle: 11.22
3 Cone Drill: 6.7

03-25-2008, 02:28 PM

Name: Joseph " Big Lightnin' " Resuac
Age: 20
Height: 6'1
Weight: 305lbs
College: University of Miami
Position: UT

Strengths: Considering Joseph tips the scales at over 300lbs, he is impressively quick, rumoured to run the 40 in 4.69s. He also has immense acceleration and can regularly penetrate into the back field, creating havoc and regularly registering sacks and tackles for losses. Is fundamentally sound and uses his hands extrememly well. Uses his height to his advantage in creating leverage and has a non-stop motor, is never taken out of the line. Joseph also has a nice habit of blocking field goals and has been used regularly in goal line situations in college on gadget plays as a FB or even to pound the ball in. Fundamentally sound tackler as well who can cause fumbles and also chase down the runner.

Weaknesses: He could stand to get stronger and if a guard locks onto him he really struggles to shed the block. Is only suited for the 4-3 UT role as doesn't have to bulk to play in a 3-4. Let's himself get taken up the field too easily on occasion. Does not have ideal bulk and height for the position teams look for. Not a locker room leader, very quiet individual who just gets on with his job, doesn't motivate those around him.

Bio: Joseph was born in Leicester, England in 1988 but moved to Pennysylvania with his parents Nigel, an ex-professional soccer player whose career was ended by injury, and Elaine, a 110m hurdler who represented England at the Olympics.

Having arrived in Pennysylvania at the age of 5 due to his mother taking up a job as a hurdling coach, Joseph was fully immersed into American culture and since he can remember Joseph always wanted to play football. Being bigger and faster than the kids his age he played RB on offense and DT in high school at Jeannette. He went on to break the high school records for sacks, tackles and forced fumbles in his time at Northwestern as well as helping the team to a state championship in his final year. He also played soccer for Jeannette, and due to teachings from his father, Joseph was also a star at soccer. Despite his immense talent Joseph is an intensely private individual, some who don't know him may see this as moodiness, but those close to him know it is just shyness.

Despite his team struggling in their league, Joseph was the top goalscorer in the whole state. The talent and flair Joseph displayed for both sports caused friction between Joseph and his father and Joseph's ultimate decision to play football in college over his father's wishes for him to play soccer led to him choosing a college out of state. Joseph no longer has contact with his father, although he is very close still with his mother Elaine.

Joseph was heavily recruited coming out of High School as a DT, receiving scholarhsip offers from Michigan, Ohio State, LSU, Rutgers and Penn State, but he ultimately felt he needed to get away from the pressures placed on him by his father and took a scholarship off from The U.

In his freshman season Joseph was thrust into the starting Defense towardsthe end of the season due to a spate of injuries and was an instant success, in 3 games he racked up 10 tackles, 3 for losses, a sack and a forced fumble. Joseph also blocked a field goal in an overtime win at Boston College.

Joseph flourished in his next 2 years and was touted as a high first round pick in the established NFL despite foregoing his senior campaign, but decided instead to try his hand in the upstart USFFL. When ESPN was granted a rare interview with Resuac and asked why he chose the USFFL over the NFL, he said with a quiet intensity, "I want to play against the best and beat the best, and the USFFL has the best."

College Stats:

Year 1: 3 starts, 13 tackles, 2 for losses totalling 10 yards, 1 sack for loss totalling 8 yards, 1 forced fumble, 1 field goal block. Capital One Bowl win.

Year 2: 13 starts, 61 tackles, 15 for losses totalling 73 yards, 9 sacks for 57 yards, 4 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries for 28 yards, 3 field goal blocks, Orange Bowl loss.

Year 3: 13 starts, 66 tackles, 18.5 for losses totalling 102 yards, 10.5 sacks for 71 yards, 5 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries for 66 yards, 1 for TD, 2 field goal blocks, 2 rushing TD's (both 1 yard rushes), 1 receiving TD (3 yard TD catch), National Championship win.

03-25-2008, 02:50 PM
User Name: KCJ58
Player Name: Crail Johnson
Jersey Number: 3
Age: 26
Throws: Right
Years Pro: 3
Position: QB
College: Colorado
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 230
Strengths: Great Size & Big Frame. A hard worker who is always trying to get better. Understands the game better than anyone at his position or age, he is a film room warrior and studies every defense he plays. He is accustomed to being in the spotlight and is a solid team leader. Has a rocket Arm (he can throw a deep ball), Great Accuracy, Good throwing in traffic. A top prospect a couple of years ago (Next Coming of Dan Marino), Unlike other Quarterbacks loves to hit. Can play in almost any style offense.
Weaknesses: Not very mobile in the pocket, average thrower on the run and forces a lot of passes which can be picked, tries to make every play he can
Injury History: Missed a couple of games his Sophomore year in college due to injured throwing wrist
Player Comparison: Dan Marino, Brady Quinn
College Stats: started all 3 years at Colorado, His Freshman year earning NCAA 1st Team All-Freshman also Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Only started 7 games his sophomore year due to a wrist injury, His Junior Year won the Davey O'Brien Award, and was a finalist for both the Maxwell & Heisman, named Big 12 player of the year and 1st Team All-American. Left his Junior year of College to pursue the USFFL. Finished with all of Colorado's Passing Records, 68 TD Pass (10 Rush) 29 INT, 8,062 Passing Yards


art vandelay
03-25-2008, 03:03 PM
Disregard this, I'm too lazy...

03-25-2008, 03:32 PM

Name: Alex MacDonald

Age: 20

Height: 6'6

Weight: 260

College: The U

Position: TE

Strengths: Excellent size with long arms and a huge frame...Outstanding athleticism...Has big reliable hands and can pluck the ball away from his body...Real tough, strong and physical...Terrific ball skills and body control...Decent route runner..Above average blocker with the potential to get even better..Probably has a considerable upside.

Weaknesses: Lacks elite timed speed...Not real quick or explosive...Not a vertical threat who will stretch the field...Could stand to bulk up...Needs to get stronger...Is still raw from a technique standpoint...Not very elusive and won't do much after the catch...May still be a tad bit immature...Does he truly love the game and is he dedicated to it?

Bio: Is also an outstanding basketball player who saw action on the hardwood for the Hurricanes...Actually entered the NBA Draft out of high school before withdrawing his name...Gave up basketball in January 2007 to focus on football..Was underutilized in the Hurricanes run-orientated offense..Talented player with a unique set of physical tools who could be a very good all-around tight end at the next level...The type of prospect who could turn out to be even better in the pros than he was in college.

College Stats: 36 Games Played, 105 Receptions, 1246 Yards, 11.9 Yards Per Catch, 12 TD

03-25-2008, 04:37 PM
College: Texas
Senior year he started at WR and led the county in Yards after the catch and receptions. His freshman year as the starting WR, he won the Big Ten freshman of the year. In his junior season he won the Walter Camp Award and the Fred Biletnikoff Award and left early. Now he is on his way to the USFFL.
He must have been really good if he was voted the Big Ten freshman of the year while playing for Texas...:D

03-25-2008, 05:02 PM
Still need a Rb

03-25-2008, 05:23 PM
Still need a Rb
yea, why not. We only have 2 RBs.

03-25-2008, 05:26 PM
guys, we barely have any signups. Send out pm's' to regulars in these leagues and newer guys as well. and try and keep the chatter in this thread to a BARE minimum and discuss in the USFFL thread ok?

03-25-2008, 05:27 PM
guys, we barely have any signups. Send out pm's' to regulars in these leagues and newer guys as well. and try and keep the chatter in this thread to a BARE minimum and discuss in the USFFL thread ok?
what he said

03-25-2008, 05:59 PM
Name: Red ButtKiss
Age: 20
Height: 5-7-1/2
Weight: 225
College: Temple University
Position: Rb/KR
Strengths: Muscular. Shows good initial quickness and adequate elusiveness for a rare sized halfback. Has the ability to take a hit and keep his feet to break arm tackles...His catching ability is above average, as he is sudden out of his breaks and shows good hand extension to catch outside his frame...Has an adequate burst of speed, but is precise in his cuts and hits the holes aggressively, squaring his shoulders to execute through trash...Shows good vision and field awareness, as he is developing into an efficient cut blocker...Does a good job being patient and waiting for blocks to develop and has the vision to easily locate the cutback lanes . His effort and drive is good taking the ball up the middle and also demonstrates the second gear to elude along the perimeter after building up his speed...Runs hard and ends most of his carries going forward.. Shows good ability to hit the hole hard and getting up to full speed in a hurry once he clears the line..
Weaknesses: Does a good job hitting the hole and reading his blocks, but isn't the type of player who can suddenly explode past the smaller defenders (better moving the pile than trying to elude. Does have the hip swerve to quickly redirect to the cutback lanes)...Lacks the sudden burst to hit the corner, but builds his acceleration nicely, using his power rather than a second gear to break long runs. Not good at running routes from slot or in motion, but can pull the ball out of the air from the back. Never had to carry the full load until last year, durability might be a conern. Ball security might be a problem put the ball on the ground 5 times this year. Jack of all trades can’t do one thing perfect.
Bio: Buttkiss is a multi-talented athlete who must be accounted for by the opposition, as he can break free for a long run, take the ball up the middle for tough yardage, catch the ball coming out of the backfield, deliver the big tackle on the special teams coverage unit or utilize his strong arm to complete the option pass. Started out in HS as a returner RB, and WR, played some safety. Not highly recruited out of HS, walked on to Temple. Made his way up the depth chart by splitting time and finally taking the starting spot.
College Stats: 2005- 50-179-3.58-2 2006- 110-485-4.41-4
2007- 361-859-5.9-23

03-25-2008, 06:03 PM
decided on a CB.. tried to put most effort I have ever put forth on one of these writeups

Name: Quentin Pryor
Age: 23
Height: 5’ 10”
Weight: 210 lbs
College: Wisconsin
Position: CB
Strengths: Speed, speed, speed. In case you haven’t been informed yet, Quentin’s main strength is speed. A real burner, he can keep up with any receiver. He has a real nose for the ball and makes many acrobatic plays. Not only is he fast, he is also quick and has great acceleration. Has great leaping ability. He is a great return man after interceptions and as a punt/kick returner.

Weaknesses: Quentin is a pretty raw talent despite playing four years at Wisconsin. He has average size and below average strength. He is by no means a player who is going to jam receivers at the line. He makes far too many gambles and therefore often gives up a big play. He is a near liability in run coverage. He has average but decent tackling abilities. He is known for trying to do too much on interception returns and ending up losing yards. He will make many interceptions but will also give up big plays because of his risky style of behavior. Much of this can be contributed to his lack of experience.

Bio: Quentin is pretty much your average kid. He grew up in a suburb of Washington D.C. in a normal, non-threatening neighborhood. He had a normal upbringing until age 8 when both of his parents died in a tragic car accident. He was left to his grandparents. In his elementary years he struggled with the role of being a troublemaker, possibly as a way to deal with the loss of his parents. When he entered junior high he began playing basketball and loved it. He focused throughout middle school at playing basketball and was convinced that he wanted to be a basketball player. He maintained impressive grades, which his grandparents attributed to his maturity and use of basketball as an outlet for stress. When he became a freshman and entered high school, he began to be confronted by some sensitive issues. First of all, he began to be harassed by a group of students for being of mixed races. Quentin had rarely encountered these problems before so he struggled with what to do. He ended up getting in a fight with another student and was suspended for a week. Once he returned to school, he was convinced not to let these issues affect him and got back on track for the rest of his freshman year. Throughout his sophomore and junior year, he fell into the trap of temptations of drugs and alcohol. Quentin quit the basketball team midway throughout his sophomore year even though he was an all-conference point guard as a freshman. His grades slipped and his grandparents felt helpless. Meanwhile Quentin stumbled further and further down the wrong path. He experimented his heroin and became addicted. He began to steal and continued the destructive party lifestyle. It took something tragic during his junior year for him to finally straighten out his acting. Barely passing his classes as a junior, Quentin seemed destined to be a disappointment to his grandparents and late parents. One day, his best friend Jamaal and he were driving down the road while under the influence of heroin. Jamaal crashed the car and he was killed while Quentin escaped with a few broken bones. This sent a shock into Quentin’s life and he decided to clean up his act. He entered rehab and decided to never drink or do drugs again. He began his senior year with great motivation. He decided to really focus on his grades and began school with a great start. One day he was playing a pickup football game when the football coach went by and couldn’t help but notice Quentin’s remarkable athletic talent. He convinced Quentin to join the football team as a wide receiver. In only one year of competitive football play he managed to make the all-conference and all state teams with stats of 70 receptions for 900 yards and 15 touchdowns. He gained recognition from several smaller colleges such as Troy State, Florida A&M, and San Jose State. He finished senior year on the high honor roll and managed to get a final GPA of 3.4, which was brought down by poor sophomore and junior years. The University of Wisconsin heard of his story and decided to give the kid a shot. Quentin played wide receiver his freshman year with a small amount of success, but saw limited action. Sophomore year he made the switch to cornerback and saw a little more action as nickel back and impressed coaches. His junior year he finally gained the starting role and had a decent season while earning Honorable Mention All-Conference. His senior year is when he began to scrape the surface of his potential while being named to the All-Big Ten team and helping his team to a Rose Bowl victory. He finished college with an impressive 3.9 GPA and gained a degree in Engineering.
College Stats:

Freshman- 20 receptions 250 yards 1 touchdown
Sophomore- 10 tackles 1 interception
Junior- 40 tackles 4 interceptions (Honorable Mention All-Conference)
Senior- 55 tackles 7 interceptions (1st Team All-Big Ten, 1st Team All-American, Academic All-American)

03-25-2008, 06:17 PM



Name:Chad Reed
Age: 22
Height: 6'3''
Weight: 245
College: UTEP
Position: OLB
Strengths: Terrific athlete with amazing speed. Has good hips and does a nice job when dropping into coverage. Has a great burst and closes fast. Does well in space and makes plays all over the field. Huge hitter who will light people up on contact. Is able to make good change of direction. Great pass rusher who can make the QB pay. Very productive in college and dispalyed great leadership skills.

Weaknesses: Can get by soley on athleticism at times as he has good but not great instincts. Could become a more sure tackler. Has trouble against bigger blockers at times. Needs to add some bulk, his frame is not maxed. Still gathering all the nuances of the position and is not a finished product.

Bio: Chad was born in Chandler, AZ to Joseph and Bobbi Reed. Joseph was a Head Coach for football at NAU and his mother was a nurse. Chad was exposed to football at a very early age and always showed signs of being athletically gifted. His father show him the ropes and Chad took to everything very quickly. Soon Chad became and all-state football star at Hamilton High School in AZ. There Chad would captain his defense to 2 State Title appearance with a win in his senior season. Chad shocked the world when he passed on many high profiles schools and chose UTEP at his father's request, because it was his father alma matter. At UTEP Chad would ease his way into the starting line-up his freshman year being named Conference USA Freshman of the year, and would become a full time starter from then on. Chad was considered great by many but never got national recognition because he didn't play elite talent.

College Stats:
Sr. 90 tackles, 7 TFL, 5 sacks, 7 passes defended, 3 INT, 2 FF
Jr. 84 tackles, 8 TFL, 3 sacks, 4 passes defended, 1 INT, 1FF
So. 69 tackles, 4 TFL, 3 sacks, 2 passes defended, 0 INT, 2FF
Fr. 36 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 3 passes defended, 0 INT, 0 FF

03-25-2008, 06:19 PM
no more RB's
Dwilliams can still make one, thats it

03-25-2008, 07:16 PM
User Name: BamaFalcon28
Player Name: Ryan Minister
Jersey Number: 37
Age: 21
Years Pro: Rookie
Position: Strong Safety/ Rover
College: Virginia Tech.
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 215 lbs.

Strengths: Physically imposing with outstanding height and weight...muscular build; 'beach body'...physically capable of stepping in day one...great natural athlete...physical and encourages contact...good tackler who can lay the wood...good ball skills and can snag the ball away from receivers...adapt at forcing the fumble...always around the ball...a good blitzer...good straight line speed...outstanding leaper; 38" vertical jump, 10'7" long jump...natural playmaker...nose for the ball and can read the quarterback nicely on short to intermediate throws...leads by example...smart and knows where the defense is supposed to be...good at bumping the tight end off his route and can cover him well...Excellent special teams potential and adept at blocking kicks...tough and will play through pain...

Weaknesses: Raw prospect...only a two year starter and began playing football in the 11th grade...speed is above adequate but tends to get beat deep...mistimes the ball, especially on deep routes...tends to go for the big play or hit too often...can get his hips turned...too high in his backpedal...gets too mouthy at times with opposing players...been flagged for late hits a few times...stupid penalties for a smart player...'dirty' player...

Notes: Wheres number 37 out of respect for his favorite player, Rodney Harrison...All the tools in the world but plays dumb at times and needs some technique refining...first member in family to complete college...3.6 college grade point average...might be a cover 2 WLB, but not likely...

Injury History: Dislocated shoulder freshman season...broken wrist senior season...

Player Comparison:
Sean Jones, S Cleveland Browns

Background (not optional): Born September 2, 1986 in Virginia Beach, Virginia...Father is Glenn Minister and mother is Megan Minister...one of 13 children by his mother, amount by father is unknown...Born to poor family infested by criminals and drug addicts...father in jail for majority of childhood, has not spoken to him since his sophmore year in highschool...taken away from his mother along with his brothers at the age of 7...ran back to her only to be recaptured and placed in a foster home where he was adopted by Jennifer and John Stall, a wealthy white couple...they have 2 children themselves...when placed back in public schooling in the 8th grade he was not immediately eligible for athletics...grades quickly improved under tutilage and he joined the baseball and basketball teams in the 8th grade...immediately excelled in both sports...brother Xavier was shot in a drug dealing when Ryan Minister was in the 9th grade...lead the varsity basketball team in scoring (16.4 points per game) and rebounding (7.3 rebounds per game) as a 10th grader...posted 8 home runs in baseball along with a .262 batting average as a sophmore...Improved stats as a 11th grader while joining track and field and football...immediately loved the game of football, starting at QB and MLB...competed in the 200M, the long jump, and the shot put in track and field...all state as a junior in baseball and basketball...as a senior in highschool won the state long jump, posted 24.2 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game in basketball, 14 home runs and a .292 batting average in baseball, 102 tackles, 3 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 1,400 yards passing, 700 yards rushing, and 31 total touchdowns in football...all-state in track&field, baseball, football, and basketball as a senior...4 star prospect in football and basketball...drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the third round of the MLB draft...decided on college as schooling was important to him and to be the first in his 'true' family to get a scholarship...offers from all over the country in all 4 sports, but wanted to stay close to home and decided on Virginia Tech....played all 3 sports in college as a freshman...In football moved to the unique rover positon for Virginia Tech. due to his size and athleticism...played the 2 in basketball...midfield in baseball...continued track and field...grades suffered and Ryan soon discovered playing 4 collegiate sports was just too much...faired well in all sports as a freshman, even in football where his redshirt was removed when injury struck the rover position...was still a backup but received limited playing time and excelled on special teams...as a sophmore quit baseball and track in field, going with his personal preferences...was in the same football situation as a sophmore, but he became the primary backup at the rover position...basketball role increased as he averaged 12.5 ppg as the 6th man...as a junior push came to shove and he decided on football due to him finally being able to start...broke out as a junior when he posted 92 tackles, 3 interceptions, 2 sacks, and 4 forced fumbles, leading the number 6 defense in the country...named 2nd team All-American as a junior...As a senior posted 98 tackles, 4 interceptions, 4 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles while being named 1st team All-American and winning the Jim Thorpe Award as the nations top defensive back...

Some character concerns. Been in fights numerous times throughout school, likely as a type of self defense. Refuses to talk to his father but occasionally talks to his mother and trys to stay close with his numerous siblings. Some have questioned his character but outside of the fights there has only been one incident, that being resisting arrest on his 21st birthday after a bar brawl. A strict church goer. Odd personality set with a combination of intelligence (3.6 GPA), athleticism, faith in God, and a defense mechanism that causes him to not get along with some people and often results in fights. Active in community service and has said numerous times the second thing he will do with his new found money (first being a large house for him and his siblings) is contribute to cherity. Some suspect the Stall's adopted Ryan due to his athletic ability, but that is likely not true. Ryan is very close with his adopted mom (Jennifer) and the Stall's children, but not so much with the adopted father (John).

NFL Combine
Bench Press (reps of 225)- 24
40-yard dash- 4.54
20-yard dash- 2.67
10-yard dash- 1.57
Height- 6'3 1/8"
Weight- 213 pounds
Vertical Jump- 38"
Broad Jump- 10'7"
20-yard shuttle- 4.36
60-yard shuttle- 11.65
3-cone drill- 7.11

Height: 6'3 1/8"
Weight: 217 pounds
Vertical Jump: 40"
Broad Jump: 11'0"
Bench Reps (225): 28
40-Yard Dash: 4.49


Freshman: 12---9-----3----0-----1----1-----0-------0-----0------1
Sophmore: 27---23----4----2-----1----1-----0-------1-----0------1
Junior: --- 92---80----12---5-----4----3-----2-------3-----1------2
Senior: ---98---82----16---6-----3----1-----4--------4-----2-----2
Total: --- 229--195---35---13----9----6-----6--------8-----3-----6

TT= Total Tackles
ST= Solo Tackles
AT= Assisted Tackles
TFL= Tackles for Loss
FF= Forced Fumbles
FR= Fumble Recoveries
Sacks= Sacks
INT= Interceptions
DTD= Defensive Touchdowns
BLK= Kicks or punts blocked


Iron Hokie
First Team All-Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC)
2nd Team All American

Iron Hokie
First Team All-Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC)
First Team All American
Jim Thorpe Award winner

bored of education
03-25-2008, 07:22 PM
Name: Ronald Weasley
Age: (20-24): 23
Height: 6'5
Weight: 327
College: Harvard University
Position: Left Tackle

Strengths: Excellent size with long arms (35 1/2 inches). Room for growth. Supreme Intelligence. A student of the game. Nimble on his feet. Stout at the point of attack. Has a killer streak. Projects as an LT. A hard worker with top intangibles. Mobile and will get to the second level. Ran a 5.09 40 at the combine. Put up 39 reps.

Weaknesses: Played against weak competition. Temper will flare. Has to focus on the game rather than the fight with the opponet across from him. Takes getting hit personal and likes to take it out on the person across from him.

Bio: Ronald is a highly intelligent athlete that snuck under the radar going into college. His father forced him to go to Harvard after getting full boat offers from Michigan, Boston College, Ohio St, Arkansas and Wisconsin. He plays the tackle position as if he is battling his father that he really hates for sending him to Harvard. Even though he played against weak competition Sciouts say he projects to be as good as if not better than Joe Thomas. While in Prep School he threw a chair at his choir teacher for blaming him that the School's Christmas Musical CD flopped. Graduated with a 3.92 with Chemical Engineering and Slovic Languages degrees. Is a ginger.

College Stats: Owned the Ivy League for 4 years. Honorable Mention All American 2 years, 4 time All Ivy league.

Player Comparison: Willie Roaf with attitude of Kyle Turley

03-25-2008, 07:31 PM
User Name: bspen4
Player Name: Adrian Taylor
Age: 21
Height: 6'3Ē
Weight: 195 lb
College: Kansas State
Position: CB/PR

Strengths: Great hands. Catches almost everything. Sees the pass before it happens. Almost always in the right spot in pass coverage. Very elusive in the open field. Speed is excellent and he can recover after being beat initially. Occasionally lined up at safety and reciever in college. Has all the makings of a shutdown corner

Weaknesses: Not a great hitter. More often than not just slows a running back down enough for someone to catch up. Sometimes goes for an interception that he canít get. Needs to work on diagnosing run plays and not falling for pump fakes so much.

Player Comparison: Terrence Newman

Bio: Attended high school at Southern Coffey County in Kansas. Led his high school to 4 state titles. Played corner back and running back all 4 years in high school. Was a 4 star recruit as an athlete. Ended up at CB midway through his freshman year in college after starting out as a receiver. Was an All-American sophomore and junior years. Left before senior year of college. Led the nation in INTís junior year with 11. Broke his leg after his freshman year in college. Broke Big XII record for punt returns for touchdowns. Graduated after 3 years. Has never had a GPA below 3.9 in his life. His brother is a freshman receiver at Texas and his father played at KSU before blowing out his knee two weeks before the NFL draft.

College Stats:
Freshman: 5 INTís 42 tackles, 2 PR TDís
Sophomore: 5 INTís. 57 tackles. 4 PR TDís
Junior: 11 INTís. 49 tackles. 3 PR TDís

03-25-2008, 08:23 PM
User Name: TimDris
Player Name: Rocky O'Callaghan
Jersey Number: 10
Age: 25
Years Pro: 3
Position: WR
College: Boston College
Height: 6'6'
Weight: 185 lbs
Strengths: His speed and agility make him deadly in the open field and his background in rugby has made him unafraid to lower his shoulder and take a hit. He is a phenomenal athlete and is dangerous whenever he touches the ball. He can also be a great asset as a trick play specialist because of his past QB experience. He has good hands.
Weaknesses: He is not a WR, he is a converted QB to WR. His route running needs to be improved. He also needs to put on weight to be able to deal with the constant contact over the middle.
Injury History: During his sophomore year of high school he stretched out to make a save in soccer and came down on his head leaving him with a mild concussion. This problem has plagued him in football receiving 2 more concussions in his career, one major and another slight one.
Player Comparison: He is the "Rich Man's Matt Jones"

Background (not optional):

Rocky was born in Dublin, Ireland and grew up there until he was 12 years old. When Rocky was growing up he was around many different sports in Ireland such as soccer, rugby, cricket, as well as some "American Sports" like football and baseball. As a child he excelled at goaltender in soccer and lock in rugby, which is one of the leaders on the field and requires great size, jumping ability, and running skills.

When Rocky and his father moved to South Boston, Rocky continued playing soccer, but because there was no rugby he went out for football. Although his rugby background would help him with playing wide receiver, he played QB because he was the most athletic one on the field. Unfortunately he was forced to give up soccer his junior year, but many say he could have had a future there.

By the time he came into high school he was one of the top recruited athletes in Boston. He chose to go to Buckingham Browne & Nichols Private School located in Cambridge. During his first year there he had trouble adjusting to school and football. The prestigious private school was not quite fit for the Irishman from South Boston, and the BB&N football team ran a pro offense, which was not suited to Rocky's abilities. After his freshman year he transferred to South Boston High School where he excelled out on the football field, and felt at home off the field. During his junior and senior year he was team captain. He was in the Rivals top 100 ranked as the Number 1 Athlete.

After what he went through with BB&N he knew that he wanted to stay close to South Boston when he went to college so Boston College was an easy choice. After sitting his freshman year behind the senior QB he was able to develop his passing game with the help of Tom Brady, who of course lives outside Boston. When he took the starting reigns his sophomore year he proved to be a duel-threat QB who gave defenses headaches each Saturday. During his 2 year career at BC (he left after his junior year), he was highly decorated with many different awards including, 2 time All-ACC First Team, All-American Second Team, Heisman Finalist, Runner-up Davey O'Brien Award, and the Walter Camp Award. He was also captain of the team his junior year.

He was drafted in the first round, but due to an All-Pro QB in front of him he spent his first year in the pros as a back-up developing his skills. The team he was on then drafted a a franchise QB and moved him to WR. It payed off. He became this new QB's favorite target and really tore up the field.

(High School Photos)

03-25-2008, 09:56 PM
Name: Kevin Malone
Age: 21
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 219
College: Vanderbilt
Position: WR
Strengths: Good size and bulk... Great hands and will make terrific catches... Elite leaping ability... Good speed and can get separation... Very athletic... Strong and tough with no problem going over the middle... Can break tackles... Decent blocker.
Weaknesses: Has character concerns and is a classic prima donna star receiver... Not a fan of sharing the ball... Wasn't overly productive in college... Still quite raw... Needs to work on his route running... Occasionally drops easy passes... Durability concerns.
Bio: Only child who was born in Florida and moved to Tennessee at the age of 8. Was always the star of the football team and has always had a major ego. Never got into any serious trouble in High School, but was far from a model student. Accepted a scholarship to Vanderbilt where he earned more playing time towards the end of his Freshman season. Started in his Sophomore year in which he missed 2 games to a foot injury. Declared at the end of his Junior year after being very vocal about his frustrations with the team and coaching staff. Great potential but will have to be contained by whatever team drafts him.
College Stats:
Freshman: 20 Receptions, 14.8 YPC, 296 Yards, 2 TD
Sophomore: 48 Receptions, 13.5 YPC, 648 Yards, 6 TDs
Junior: 61 Receptions, 14 YPC, 854, 9 TDs
Totals: 129 Receptions, 13.9 1,798 Yards, 17 TDs

Dr. Gonzo
03-25-2008, 10:03 PM
Name: Jesus Sanchez

Age: (20-24) 20

Height: 5'10

Weight: 170

College: New Mexico State

Position: WR

Jersey Number: 25

Strengths: Jesus Sanchez is the hardest worker around. He makes up for not a whole lot of talent by going all out on every play. He also has some of the best hands around. He has decent speed when it comes time to play and is able to create seperation. He is a huge trash talker who is always getting into the heads of his opponents. He excells at disecting the game in front of him. Despite not performing that well off the field he is incredible on the field.

Weaknesses: He is short, skinny, and not really stong. He does not have good mesurables. He had a poor combine.

Bio: Growing up Jesus was able to set records even though he was never even close to the biggest or strongest player on the team. The only team to offer him a scholarship was New Mexico and tore it up on the field. He uses teh fact that nobody wanted him to drive him.

College Stats: Freshman Year - 14 TD's, 1600 Yrds

03-25-2008, 10:24 PM
Don't know if the amount of players needed in the first post is still accurate but I'll pick a position with a number of openings left in case....

Name: Atlas Dane
Age: 22

Height: 6'5
Weight: 325

College: Penn State
Position: OT

Strengths: Amazing strength...Huge frame with room to grow...Gigantic hands and feet...Long arms and legs...Nasty, aggressive demeanor...High football IQ and will make a great coach when his playing career is over...Is always in either the film room or weight room...Through the roof potential...Durable and plays through all injuries

Weaknesses: Speed and agility are only average...Will pay too aggressive at times drawing penalties...Long memory and carries bad plays with him...Struggles at times with speed rushers

-Comes from a family of prolific wrestlers in central PA
-Has 3 younger brothers who are also wrestlers and o-lineman in middle school and high school
-Award winning, state champion heavyweight wrestler in high school
-Stopped wrestling to focus solely on football in college and added a lot of meat to his frame
-Competed in many weight lifting competitions winning many times
-Broke the combine record for bench reps
-Has played every o-line position except center in college
-Started at both G spots as a freshman, moved to RT as a sophomore and finally to LT for his junior and senior years
-Would have been a top OT in the draft if he had entered after his junior year except he had some minor offseason surgery on his hand and didn't want to risk hurting his draft stock so he came back for his senior year to reprove himself
-Never missed a start his entire college career
-Had a few problems with underage drinking while in high school causing a few schools to rescind their scholarship offers. Seems to have gotten this under control once in college however

College Stats:
-4-year starter at LG, RG, RT and LT with most experience (2 full years) at LT
-Kept his holding and false start penalties to a minimum but occasionally would get too aggressive and draw some personal fouls for unnecessary roughness
-Allowed the fewest sacks of any OT in the nation as a senior, struggling only in a few games against speed rushers mostly
-Joepa said he was the best offensive lineman he has ever coached
-Don't really know what other stats to put for an o-lineman


03-25-2008, 11:06 PM
Which one is this for WFFL USFL what is it.

03-25-2008, 11:58 PM
Name: Seth 'the Hammer' Hawkins
Age: 23
Height: 6'3
Weight: 247
College: FSU
Position: MLB

Strengths: Unparalleled football instincts, always knows where the play is going and never out of position. Won't miss a tackle and will force many fumbles with precision form.

Weaknesses: Coverage, he's not a detriment to the team in coverage, but he's not going to run with top TEs over the middle.

Bio: #1 rated defensive player coming out of high school and named Mr. Football for the State of Florida. Led his high school to the state championship as a Junior and Senior, but only winning his Senior year. Recruited heavily by Miami, FSU, UGA, and Florida. He chose FSU following in his father's footsteps, who was a Defensive End for FSU from 1978-1982.

Growing up in a home surrounded by athletes he actually is the smallest of his siblings, his younger brother is a 6'7 Small Forward who is a Senior in High School and looking to come play at FSU as well, and an older brother who graduated and is now playing in the Minors for the Atlanta Braves as a pitcher.

College Stats: Upon entering FSU as a Freshman he led the team in Special Teams tackles with 19 solo and 7 assists, but never saw much regular playing time behind the likes of Buster Davis in front of him, but really showed a lot to the coaches by bulking up from a 6'1 212 pounds to 6'3 235 pounds by the end of the season and being able to keep his on the field speed.

Sophomore year proved to be more of the same for Hawkins as he was unable to break into the regular playing lineup, but there was an injury to the starting middle linebacker towards the end of the season and it let him get into the rotation and really make an impression on coach Bowden. Again, he led the team in Special Teams tackles breaking an NCAA record with 35 solo ST tackles and 4 assists. In the final 3 games of the season he tallied 4, 7, and 8 solo tackles respectively. In his final game he also had a sack and caused a forced fumble.

Junior year Hawkins won the starting Middle LB spot, the title of team captain, as well as the nickname 'the Hammer' for his performance against Rival Miami (his best game of the season) 14 tackles 3 sacks 3 tackles for loss and an INT. 2 of his sacks ended up knocking the QBs out of the game leaving Miami to play their 3rd string QB. The first QB is where the nickname 'the Hammer' came from, the shot he delivered sent the QB reeling when he came in square in the chest jarring the ball loose and allowing Safety Myron Rolle to pickup the ball and bound into the endzone for a score. He ended the season with 98 tackles and 6 sacks with 2 interceptions and 7 forced fumbles.

Senior year was his breakout season when he put his talents on display and began to garner more national attention. But it seemed like when the spotlight came on 'the hammer' only shined brighter. He ended up the #1 MLB on Kiper's draft list, and #2 on McShay's list. He had the best, season of his career ending up with 147 tackles, 9 sacks, 4 interceptions and 11 forced fumbles.

Combine Numbers:
40 yard dash - 4.58
Vert - 37 inch
Broad Jump - 10'7"
3cone - 7.27
Bench - 34 reps @ 225

Injury History:
Missed only 1 game in his time at FSU (the final game of his Junior Season) with a broken foot. The injury didn't seem to have any lingering effects, and worked very hard in the offseason training program.

03-26-2008, 01:05 AM
Name: Marcus Lucas
Age: 21
Height: 5'11
Weight: 217
College: Florida St.
Position: RB
Strengths: Running Inside and out. really a triple threat due to his receiving ability can return kicks. Speed
Weaknesses: Character. Work ethic, would never block for a quarterback, doesn't push the pile
Bio: Son of Frank Lucas. Been in so many gang wars he has missed 12 games since 2nd grade. Terrible teammate
College Stats: Freshman year cheated on finals and was suspeneded through Sophmore year. 3rd year 78 carries 780 yards 11tds 78 catches 780 yards 7tds Jr year 168 1861 yards 23tds 102 yards 1151 yards 15tds

03-26-2008, 07:22 AM
User Name: Diabsoule
Player Name: Calvin Cazayoux
Jersey Number: 94
Age: 22
Position: DT
College: Auburn
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 303 lbs

Strengths: Excellent size. Quick and has a burst. Has the ability to command multiple blockers. Very stout at the point of attack and does an excellent job against the run. Is an adequate pass rusher. Possesses a terrific motor. Is able to beat the double team. Plays with a nasty demeanor and is a trench warrior... A blue-collar, lunch pail guy who comes to play every game. High ceiling with a lot of potential.

Weaknesses: Still working on leverage... Can be too aggressive at times... Needs to use his hands better to defend the pass... Limited pass rush repertoire... Sometimes disappears from the action...

Bio: Son of Phillip and Donna Cazayoux. Grew up in Bay Minette, Alabama. Parents relocated to Daphne, AL when he was in 8th grade and he attended Daphne H.S. where he was a man amongst boys along the defensive line. Highly recruited five star recruit coming out. Verbally committed to Georgia but changed his mind and decided to stay home and attend Auburn. Is also a track and field guy who tied the Alabama state record in the shot put.


Freshman year: 12 games played (2 starts), 24 tackles (9 solo), 7 TFL, 2 sacks, 0 INT's, 1 FF, 1 FR, 0 TD,
Sophomore year: 12 games played (12 starts), 39 tackles (20 solo), 11 TFL, 3.5 sack, 0 INT's, 1 FF, 0 FR, 0 TD,
Junior year: 13 games played (13 starts), 91 tackles (62 solo), 14.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 0 INT's, 0 FF, 1 FR, 0 TD,
Senior year: 14 games played (14 starts), 104 tackles (59 solo), 10.5 TFL, 3 sacks, 0 INT's, 2 FF, 2 FR, 0 TD,

Combine Results:
40 Yard Dash - 5.10
Vertical - 31
Broad Jump - 9.2"
Short Shuttle - 6.01
3 Cone - 7.67
Bench - 39 @ 225 LBS

Recruited by TimDris to participate

03-26-2008, 08:01 AM
Name: Samuel Jamison Carr #58
Age: 22
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 243
College: The Citadel
Position: Middle Linebacker
Strengths: Great in coverage and a big hitter, has good instincts and is a leader on and off the field. Will play up to his competition and make players around him better. Able to play any of the 3 Linebacker positions in a 4-3 but excels in the middle. Is a force against the run and is known for throwing around offensive lineman on his way to the QB in the blitz. Knows the defense the way a QB should know the offense.
Weaknesses: Has trouble in 3-4 alignment, and figuring out what his assignments are. Would need a good coach to teach him the 3-4 if he was drafted by a 3-4 team. Questions about his level of competition are abound as the SoCon and D1-AA are not on par with the caliber of D1-A. Has been known to get a little too amped on some plays and lose his temper causing him to bite on play actions and over react to the play sometimes.
Bio: Nephew of Coach Lloyd Carr. Parents were middle class and had a very supportive family. Went to the Citadel even though Michigan and Uncle Lloyd had recruited him because he wanted to have a fall back career in the military. Played freshman year mainly on ST. Sophomore year started at SLB and was rated the top SLB in the SoCon but looked a bit out of position. Junior year moved to his more natural MLB spot and truly flourished winning the Buck Buchanon Award for best D1-AA defensive player, leading his team to the D1-AA semi finals. Senior year was the Team Captain and was also a cadet captain as his company's Commanding officer. Won the Buck Buchanon Award again and was part of the Consensus All-American team for all of College Football and led the Bulldogs to the D1-AA Championship his final year. Was also an All-American wrestler throughout high school and qualified for the Olympic games in Beijing after his junior year in college. Is a 4-time Collegiate National champion wrestler and has been offered a developmental contract with WWE if he should so choose to go down that route.
College Stats:
Freshman year: 11 games played (0 starts), 12 tackles (8 solo), 0 sacks, 0 INT's, 0 FF, 1 FR, 0 TD, 0 PD
Sophomore year: 11 games played (11 starts), 83 tackles (68 solo), 1 sack, 1 INT's, 3 FF, 1 FR, 0 TD, 5 PD
Junior year: 13 games played (13 starts), 102 tackles (89 solo), 3 sacks, 0 INT's, 2 FF, 2 FR, 0 TD, 7 PD
Senior year: 14 games played (14 starts), 124 tackles (111 solo), 5 sacks, 3 INT's, 6 FF, 2 FR, 1 TD, 12 PD

Combine Numbers:
40 yard dash - 4.64
Vert - 33 inch
Broad Jump - 10'3"
Short Shuttle - 4.12
3cone - 6.99
Bench - 30 reps @ 225

03-26-2008, 09:06 AM
User Name: Yatta!
Name: Jared Jenkins
Age: 23
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 247
College: San Diego State
Position: DE/OLB

Has all the raw tools necessary and is a fantastic all round athlete. Very strong, rarely overpowered. Sure fire tackler. Deceptively quick, can run with most guys. Versatile player. Equally adept stopping the run and rushing the passer. Has the frame to get bigger. Great intangibles, has no character concerns. No injury history.

Still a raw player, little finesse. Relies on his athleticism. No pass rush moves to speak of. Liability in coverage. Prone to mental mistakes at times. Bit of a tweener. Did not play against top competition. Workout warrior.

Jared was born in the West Clairemont area of San Diego and attended Clairemont high. Jared was a three year starter at running back in high school and broke several school records but despite this he was not recruited heavily. He chose to accept a scholarship from San Diego State, his local college. He was quickly moved to defence and spent his first two years as a backup linebacker, seeing limited playing time. He excels in the weight room and has incredible strength, for this reason he was converted to defensive end during spring training of his junior year. He was thrust into the starting lineup during the 3rd game due to injuries and played above all expectations. However, Jared really came into the national spotlight after his senior year. He starred for the Aztecs and was constantly a disruptive force in the backfield, registering a sack in all but one game. He led the team to a 9-3 record and a place in the Poinsettia Bowl and was named all MWC.

College Stats:
Freshman: 3 games (0 starts), 5 tackles.
Sophomore: 12 games (0 starts), 23 tackles, 3 TFLs, 1.5 sacks.
Junior: 12 games (10 starts), 44 tackles, 6 TFLs, 5 sacks, 2 FFs.
Senior: 13 games (13 starts), 65 tackles, 19 TFLs, 12 sacks, 2 FFs, 1 FR.

40-yard dash: 4.49
Bench reps (225lb): 30
Vertical Jump: 33'
Broad Jump: 10'2"
3-cone drill: 6.97
20-yard shuttle: 4.48

03-26-2008, 02:08 PM
Username: EvilMonkey
Name: Earl BuckApple
Age: 22
Height: 6-7
Weight: 252
College: Texas
Position: TE
Strengths: Great Hands, Tremendous acceleration off the line with great open field speed, Huge vertical and goes up to get the ball at its highest point, Uses his size and is a huge red-zone threat, great at finding the opening in zone coverage and exploiting it, great leg drive and always pushes for the extra yard, great run-blocker, great special teams player on coverage units.
Weaknesses: Not effective as a pass blocker, average agility wont make many people miss after the catch, carries the ball a little loose and needs to run crisper routes. A little raw and must develop more consistency in his play
Bio: Originally a defensive end and holds all of his high school's sack records including getting 19 his senior year. Redshirted and was then asked to change positions after showing good hands and a great vertical throughout early practices and a lack of talent and the TE position. Played sparilingly as a redshirt freshman but showed promise. Was the starting TE the next 2 years for Texas and was a 1st-Team All-American as a redshirt Junior and decided to leave early.
College Stats:
Year 1 – Redshirted
Year 2 – 16 Catches, 246 Yards, 3 TDS
Year 3 – 43 Catches, 684 Yards, 9 TDS
Year 4 – 62 Catches, 968 Yards, 13 TDS
Combine Numbers:
40 yard dash - 4.61
Vert - 41 inch
Broad Jump - 10'1"
Bench - 32 reps @ 225

03-26-2008, 02:10 PM
Name: Cody Redman
Age: 24
Height: 6'7
Weight: 223.5
College: USC
Position: QB
Number: 6
Pros: Has USFFL size and a live arm. Can throw deep but can also put touch on intermediate routes. Usually has a quick release. Solid footwork and fundamentals. Has great pocket presence and can buy some time with his feet. Throws well when rolling out. Learned under Andrew Carraway at USC and became a good decision maker by his senior season.
Cons: Accuracy is above average but not great. Will force some passes. Not a scrambler. Can't squeeze the ball into tight spots. Had sky-high expectations in college and, early in his career, would play down to his critics when he struggled.
Bio: Cody grew up in atough area. He parents got devorced when he was 8, he played football to keep his mind off of his parents. His mom re-married when he was 10 and had a kid, his step-dad and his new 11 month old brother were shot when he was 11 and football was the only thing that kept him happy. At age 14 his mom married once again, he was coached by his new dad(USC OC Chris Davidson). Cody is still coached by his dad, he works hard and practices with his dad 12 hours a day everyday. Cody is the real deal.
College Stats:
2005 269 412 3322 65.3 8.06 69 33 6 24 156.54
2006 283 431 3815 65.7 8.85 67 28 8 17 157.74
2007 319 419 3891 68.4 8.60 71 36 4 20 158.82

03-26-2008, 05:57 PM
User: Ballin72

Name: Desmond Sanders

Age: 20

Height: 6'1 1/2''

Weight: 205

College: Rutgers

Position: CB/FS/KR

Strengths: Above average hands, makes amazing catches. Can tackle well. Has good play analyzing skills and can easily read Run/Pass plays. Most of the time follows great technique but is aggressive towards the ball. When he has the ball he is like is big pop (Deion Sanders) and is hard to get a hand on. Rumors are that he is even faster than his father, and plays like it too. Can play either safety or corner at the next level.

Weaknesses: Rarely delivers a hard hit, goes for the legs more often. May not have one true position and is a bit of a Tweener. Sometimes goes for an INT instead of swatting or securing the tackle. Can get swallowed up if blitzing on even an average OL.

Bio: Attended high school at Delbarton Prep in New Jersey. Won one state title, and 3 conference titles in his highschool career. Started DB, WR, and RB 3 years in high school. Was a 3 star recruit as an athlete. Went from defense to offense originally in preseason, but was put back at CB. Was snuffed as a sophmore, but in his Junior year he recieved All-American honors, Thorpe award and was a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski award. Left early to support his family. Came close to breaking NCAA records with INT return yardage. Had a lingering injury throughout his sophmore and junior seasons of turf toe, and a run in with a hamstring pull as a freshman. Considered the best KR since Devin Hester. Graduated with a degree in physical therapy after 3 years. Maintained a 3.5 GPA. His father Prime Time will surely be a first ballot HOF, Florida State didnt offer Desmond a scholarship. Moved from CB to FS in his Junior season to QB the secondary and to be the last line of defense.

College Stats:

Freshman: 6 INT 2 INT TDs 50 tackles 12 PBD 2 FR 1 FR TD 0 FF 3 KR TDs
Sophmore: 9 INT 4 INT TDs 45 tackles 9 PBD 1 FR 0 FR TD 1 FF 4 KR TDs
Junior: 4 INT 1 INT TDs 75 tackles 15 PBD 1 FR 0 FR TD 3 FF 4 KR TDs

NFL Comparisons: Prime Time or Nmandi Asmougha

03-26-2008, 10:30 PM
Created new player

Its all about The U
03-27-2008, 12:44 PM
Name: Kenny Meriweather
Age: 21
Height: 6'2
Weight: 223
College: Miami AKA The U AKA NFL U
Position: SS
Strengths: A physical freak, loves to lay people out, always around the ball, great blitzer for a DB, great in zone coverage, causes a lot of turnovers & can take them to the house, great special teams player loves to block FGs and Punts

Weaknesses: Too cocky, not a team player, below average in man to man coverage, often goes head hunting and gets called for the penalty, a very troubled past that he has not quite gotten away from.

Bio: Born and raised in El Portal, Florida, Kenny knew from a very young age that he wanted to play football and that god had blessed him physical abilities to do so. While he didn’t live in the area Kenny always wanted to go Miami Northwestern, so every day he ran 2 miles to the nearest bus stop and took a 20 minute ride from there just to assure him self that the Hurricanes would take notice. As a sophomore he got his 1st varsity playing time due to an injury to he starting FS and boy did he take advantage of it, on his 3rd play from scrimmage he leveled a TE coming across the middle and pick the ball out of the air at the same time by the time the other team knew what happened he was doing a front flip in the end zone. From there on he would be a force to be reckoned with. But this was only half of the story, away from school Kenny was part of a group of friends, they weren't necessarily a gang but they did what they had to do to get by. One night when they were breaking into a house they thought was empty the home owner shot Kenny 2 times, once in the shoulder and once in the gut, his buddies fired back and ended up killing the man. After 2 weeks in the hospital recovering Kenny had his court date, he was charged with breaking and entering but his friends would end up being tried and convicted of 2nd degree murder. This was a turning point in his life, Kenny was suspended his junior season because his coach decided that he needed to reflect on the decision that he had made up to that point and how he would for ever be branded as a murderer. Kenny returned for his senior season and began playing at a whole nother level. Miami NW ended up winning the state championship and Kenny was recruited by Miami where he got his 1st opportunity to start his Sophomore year.

College Stats:
Sophomore: 84 Tkls, 63 Solo Tkls, 3 FF, 4 INT, 15 PBU, 3 TD
Junior: 88 Tkls, 64 Solo Tkls, 6 FF, 5 INT, 13 PBU, 2 TD

03-27-2008, 07:30 PM
User Name: Jensen
Player Name: Micah Clowe
Jersey Number: 55
Age: 22
Height: 6í3
Weight: 240
Position: OLB
College: Wisconsin

Strengths: A smart and instinctive player who is always around the ball. Gets a great jump at the snap and runs well. Covers the whole field. Hustles and won't give up on a play in pursuit. Has long range in the field, and his long arms allow him to bat down passes across the middle. Usually takes good angles to the play. Can rush the passer effectively, and cover receivers out of the backfield. Excellent read-and-react skills. A hard hitter. Was known to be a quiet leader at Wisconsin, but will not be afraid to voice his opinion when need be. Gains the respect of his teammates through his dedication and will to play the game. You will never see him give up on a play, never.

Weaknesses: Doesnít have much speed, so faster players will be able to get by him more often. Sometimes will try to go for the big hit and miss, thus taking himself out of the play. Needs to play with better leverage against the run and improve his lower body strength. Will struggle when a rather large lineman gets ahold of him. When he is struggling, he often takes it out on himself which lowers his playing ability. He will try too hard sometimes, which could result in him taking penalties. Will get faked out on cutbacks too often.
Injury History: Nothing too serious, but has had some problems with his lower body.
Player Comparison: Karlos Dansby

Background (not optional): Micah was born in San Jose, California. He was born into a family of 6. He has 2 sisters and one brother, Micah being the 2nd oldest child. Surprisingly, there are no sob stories in his childhood.

Micah has been playing football since he was 8, starting in a recreational little league. He made the JV football team his freshman year at high school, where he started at LB on defense and TE on offense. The next year he made the varsity team, but suffered a season-ending injury when he broke his ankle during the 5th game of the year. His next 2 years he established himself as an elite LB, and he received an offer to attend Wisconsin.

Micah started halfway through the season for the Badgers his sophomore year, impressing the coaches with his workouts and determination. He really broke out his junior year, where he won 2nd team All-Big Ten honors. He gained some media attention when he returned an interception 108 yards for a game-winning TD as time expired in a game against Ohio State. Clowe broke 3 tackles on the way to the endzone, while somehow coming out of a pile of 8 players around the 20 yard line. Micah stayed at Wisconsin through his senior year, earning a major in Communications. His senior year, he won the Dick Butkus award for the most outstanding linebacker in the country posting 107 tackles, 12 TFL, 7 sacks, 6 FF's, and 4 INTís. That year, Micah also won 1st team All-Big Ten honors.

College Stats:
Freshman - Did Not Play
Sophomore - 12 GP (6 starts), 64 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 2 FF
Junior - 12 GP (12 starts), 88 tackles, 7 TFL, 3 sacks, 4 FF, 1 INT
Senior - 13 GP (13 starts), 102 tackles, 10 TFL, 5 sacks, 5 FF, 4 INT's

03-27-2008, 07:36 PM
My player is made.

03-28-2008, 01:49 PM
Name: Benn Hart
Age: 20
Height: 6'3
Weight: 232
College: Penn State
Position: Punter
Strengths: Has an extremly strong leg, kick-offs end in touchbacks very frequently. Has terrific form and immense hit power when tackling, looks to go make a hit on the returner and force a fumble.

Weaknesses:Accuracy will sometime waiver, will miss the odd tackle while trying to take the ball carriers head off.

Bio: Was recruited on a linebacker scholarship but in his freshman season changed position due to his immense leg strength. In his first collegiate game he booted a 77 yard punt. Recorded a 93 yard punt as a senior. The sixth longest in NCAA history tied with Ray Guy. Has been married for two years.

College Stats:
Punting:200 punts, 47.5 average, 52 inside the 20,
Defence: 29FF, 3FR

03-28-2008, 01:53 PM
Name: Alex MacDonald

Age: 20

Height: 6'6

Weight: 260

College: The U

Position: TE

Strengths: Excellent size with long arms and a huge frame...Outstanding athleticism...Has big reliable hands and can pluck the ball away from his body...Real tough, strong and physical...Terrific ball skills and body control...Decent route runner..Above average blocker with the potential to get even better..Probably has a considerable upside.

Weaknesses: Lacks elite timed speed...Not real quick or explosive...Not a vertical threat who will stretch the field...Could stand to bulk up...Needs to get stronger...Is still raw from a technique standpoint...Not very elusive and won't do much after the catch...May still be a tad bit immature...Does he truly love the game and is he dedicated to it?

Bio: Is also an outstanding basketball player who saw action on the hardwood for the Hurricanes...Actually entered the NBA Draft out of high school before withdrawing his name...Gave up basketball in January 2007 to focus on football..Was underutilized in the Hurricanes run-orientated offense..Talented player with a unique set of physical tools who could be a very good all-around tight end at the next level...The type of prospect who could turn out to be even better in the pros than he was in college.

College Stats: 36 Games Played, 105 Receptions, 1246 Yards, 11.9 Yards Per Catch, 12 TD

Player made.

03-28-2008, 02:21 PM
Name: Jimmy Thompson


Age: 22

Height: 6'2"

Weight: 235

College: Penn St.

Position: OLB

Number: 50, 51, or 56

Strengths: Has good speed for a LB... Hard hitter... Can make plays all over the field... Good coverage ability... A good pass rusher... Good work ethic... Is very versatile... Very fiery and is all about the team... Has a lot of experience... A tackling machine

Weaknesses: Needs to get bigger... Could gain some strength... Gets consumed by blockers too often... Isn't great against the run... Focuses too much on the knock-out... Needs to slightly improve his tackling technique... Has mild injury concerns

Bio: Was an important piece to PSU's legendary championship-winning 2007-2008 team... Grew up in a suburb of Philadelphia... Played all over the field in High School including QB, CB, S, OLB, and MLB... Projects to mainly WILL in the pros but played in all 3 at college and could possibly play any of the 3 the team that drafts him wants him to play... Only 4-3 teams should consider him... Is a stand-up citizen... Loves the game of football... Could he be the next great Linebacker from "Linebacker U"?... Could be a great leader or captain... Missed the last 7 games his sophomore season due to a torn ACL and 1 game his senior season when he got a sprained ankle in pre-game warmups

College Stats: Games played - 38
Tackles - 317
Tackles for loss - 28
Sacks - 11
Ints - 6

Combine Results: Reps at 225 - 24
40 yard dash - 4.60 seconds
Vertical jump - 33
Broad jump - 9.75

03-28-2008, 02:32 PM
im loving all the PSU love, lol. 3 players i know of so far

03-28-2008, 10:00 PM
Name: Nate Strozier

Age: 21

Height: 6'6

Weight: 235

College: Ohio State University

Position: QB

Strengths: Absolute cannon for an arm...Amazing athleticism for a QB...Unbelievable mobility and escape mobility...Can change game with his feet...Great success at OSU as Jim Tressell molded him into a great QB...Great bulk for QB...No injury history...Confident, relaxed, and in control during the game

Weaknesses: While he has great arm strength, his accuracy is average at best...Mechanics are sloppy, and his accuracy suffers as a result...Critics question his maturity...His decision making has been spotty throughout his career...He's undeveloped and raw, but his weaknesses are correctable...Is he USFFL ready?...Is his true position at QB?

Bio: Was a highly-recruited out of high school, and was ranked the #1 prospect by Rivals and Scout.com...Was also a great basketball player, which demonstrates his great athleticism...People questioned his maturity as he made a carnival show out of his recruitment...He sat out his freshman, allowing incumbent Todd Boeckman to finish his career with the Buckeyes...Took over starting role as a sophomore, and burst onto the scene as one of the premier players in the country...Led OSU to two straight Big 10 championships and two straight wins over Michigan his sophomore and junior year...However, he failed to win a national championship, as a SEC beat him the Buckeyes twice...Declared for draft after Junior year...One of the most talented players in OSU history

College Stats:
Freshmen Year: 57% completion rate, 219 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 12 carries/67 yards
Sophomore Year: 62% completion rate, 1789 yards, 24 TDs, 11 INTs, 72 carries/ 486 yards
Junior Year: 65% completion rate, 2013 yards, 29 TDs, 9 INTs, 83 carries/567 yards

03-29-2008, 01:32 AM
Name:Jammal Hicks
Age: 21
Height: 6'6
Weight: 225
College: USC
Position: WR
Strengths: Jumping,hands, route running
Weaknesses: average speed, not a team player
Bio: From the bay, one of 3 kids, str8 up gangsta!


03-30-2008, 10:58 PM
Name: Shirley Anne Guy
Age: 23
Height: 5'5
Weight: 130 lbs
College: University of Maryland
Position: K/P
Strengths: A great asset in the locker room. Accurate kicker and punter. Smart and good with media. Single.
Weaknesses: Weak and fragile, but that doesn't matter since she is a kicker. May distract some of the other players. Complainer/ nagger/ feminist.

Bio: Daughter of former NFL punter Ray Guy. She grew up playing football, but never thought of it as being a possible career. She played football in High school, but then went and joined the peace corps for a year. Upon her arrival back in the states she attended University of Maryland and majored in some nonsense art thing. She tried out for the football team and made it and was pretty good. Always been the only girl on teams and is trying to put an end to that. Viva la Vagina!

College Stats: Finished career as the school's eighth-leading scorer with 177 total points. Was successful on 32 on 56 field goal attempts and 81 of 85 PAT tries. Had a 41.9-yard career punting average.


03-31-2008, 02:26 PM
Name: Frances Guy
Age: 27
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 197 lbs.
College: None
Position: K/P
Strengths: Legs. Her bulging muscles on her bulging muscles are absolutely disgusting, but they can kick and punt further than any man alive. Accuracy is average unless she feels her younger sister (Shirley) may be thought of as a better player. Then nothing can stop her.

Weaknesses: Distraction in the locker room. Very outspoken. Will most likely quit if her sister does. If her sister struggles, she probably will to, just not as bad.

Bio: Daughter of former NFL punter Ray Guy. Also older sister of Shirley Guy (see above). She is obsessed with opposing her sister in everything she does and winning. Lesbian, married to a model who she abuses verbally often. Held an art show the same time her sister did. Twice as many people came to hers although her sister majored in art. Anti-feminist, against women in sports. Her goal is to humiliate her sister into quitting football.

College Stats: DNP

04-13-2008, 07:25 PM
bump, signups closed too
if you sign up now your player will be entered into next years draft

04-13-2008, 10:41 PM
which league is this for

04-14-2008, 03:52 AM

04-24-2008, 09:03 PM
im bumping this so we get to keep it for next season