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Smooth Criminal
05-02-2007, 03:22 PM
81 Baker, Dallas WR 6-3 206 11/10/82 R Florida
48 Boyd, Cody TE 6-8 264 10/22/83 R Washington State
67 Capizzi, Jason OT 6-9 315 6/19/85 R Indiana (Pa.)
13 Deslauriers, Eric WR 6-4 207 3/21/81 R Eastern Michigan
82 Fowler, Eric WR 6-3 198 10/17/84 R Grand Valley State
22 ***, William CB 5-10 190 1/1/85 R Louisville
14 Jackson, Chris WR 6-2 205 7/5/84 R Millsaps
67 Jones, Derrick DL 6-4 282 1/23/86 R Grand Valley State
69 McBean, Ryan DE 6-5 290 4/23/84 R Oklahoma State
40 Mosley, Paul RB 6-3 235 3/1/84 R Baylor
64 Retkofsky, Jared LS 6-5 260 3/16/83 R TCU
46 Robbins, Aaron FB 6-4 256 7/16/83 R Wyoming
33 Russell, Gary RB 5-11 215 9/8/86 R Minnesota
9 Sepulveda, Daniel P 6-3 230 1/12/84 R Baylor
89 Spaeth, Matt TE 6-7 270 11/24/84 R Minnesota
61 Stapleton, Darnell OG 6-3 285 9/21/85 R Rutgers
65 Stephenson, Cameron OG 6-4 305 6/18/83 R Rutgers
94 Timmons, Lawrence LB 6-1 234 5/14/86 R Florida State
55 Woodley, LaMarr LB 6-2 265 11/3/84 R Michigan


Stright off the Steelers roster. Takes some balls to pick up 55 right now.

skarocksoi
05-02-2007, 03:35 PM
His college number was 56, so I bet he just wanted what was close to that. I dont know who has 56 now.

steelernation77
05-02-2007, 04:00 PM
His college number was 56, so I bet he just wanted what was close to that. I dont know who has 56 now.

okobi does. so if he's cut in TC don't be surprised if woodley switches. I though Timmons would go with 93, but instead he went with 94, chad browns old number.

terribletowel39
05-02-2007, 04:37 PM
him grabbing 55 is disrespectful. even if he wanted to be close he should have grabbed the next closest. i don't want to see another 55 out there for a while. i am wanting to see okobi cut even more now.

by the way does anybody know anything about the Fowler and Deslauriers guy?? seem interesting. and i am not a fan of Dallas. the cowboys suck and he has the same name.

mikehop05
05-02-2007, 06:04 PM
the way i look at it, i would hate for a player to pass up on a number because someone great had it before him and he was scared he couldnt compare to him

terribletowel39
05-02-2007, 06:11 PM
so i wouldn't go about it that way either. i would go about it in a hey joey porter was great and all and he is the icon of #55 in the burgh (and outside) so i am going to make my own number great, i am going to become the icon for #36......no wait #12.......**** hold on i will think of one in a minute......#75 haha j/k......ok i'm done. but you get the point.

mikehop05
05-02-2007, 06:51 PM
oh no i totally agree i like to be original in my #'s as well

but if he likes the # then i dont see any reason for him to shy away from it

jbombul
05-02-2007, 06:55 PM
ill tell you a little about fowler, he played at a college close to my house, division 2 powerhouse grand valley st. he put up good numbers, he could be a nice little sleeper, he has good size at 6'3, the games i seen him in he routinely outjumped corners, good fit for pitt

terribletowel39
05-03-2007, 01:17 AM
ill tell you a little about fowler, he played at a college close to my house, division 2 powerhouse grand valley st. he put up good numbers, he could be a nice little sleeper, he has good size at 6'3, the games i seen him in he routinely outjumped corners, good fit for pitt
thanks for the help.

Mr. Stiller
05-03-2007, 11:55 AM
81 Baker, Dallas WR 6-3 206 11/10/82 R Florida
48 Boyd, Cody TE 6-8 264 10/22/83 R Washington State
67 Capizzi, Jason OT 6-9 315 6/19/85 R Indiana (Pa.)
13 Deslauriers, Eric WR 6-4 207 3/21/81 R Eastern Michigan
82 Fowler, Eric WR 6-3 198 10/17/84 R Grand Valley State
22 ***, William CB 5-10 190 1/1/85 R Louisville
14 Jackson, Chris WR 6-2 205 7/5/84 R Millsaps
67 Jones, Derrick DL 6-4 282 1/23/86 R Grand Valley State
69 McBean, Ryan DE 6-5 290 4/23/84 R Oklahoma State
40 Mosley, Paul RB 6-3 235 3/1/84 R Baylor
64 Retkofsky, Jared LS 6-5 260 3/16/83 R TCU
46 Robbins, Aaron FB 6-4 256 7/16/83 R Wyoming
33 Russell, Gary RB 5-11 215 9/8/86 R Minnesota
9 Sepulveda, Daniel P 6-3 230 1/12/84 R Baylor
89 Spaeth, Matt TE 6-7 270 11/24/84 R Minnesota
61 Stapleton, Darnell OG 6-3 285 9/21/85 R Rutgers
65 Stephenson, Cameron OG 6-4 305 6/18/83 R Rutgers
94 Timmons, Lawrence LB 6-1 234 5/14/86 R Florida State
55 Woodley, LaMarr LB 6-2 265 11/3/84 R Michigan


Stright off the Steelers roster. Takes some balls to pick up 55 right now.

They're putting ROBBINS AT FB!?!?!?! He's a great DE/OLB Prospect!! 6'4 250 lbs runs a 4.78.... oh well.


Derrick Jones and Ryan McBean will be a future beast duo

Mr. Stiller
05-03-2007, 11:56 AM
thanks for the help.

Forget Words..

Pictures are worth a 1000 words..

Moving Pictures are worth billions..

Eric Fowler : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYpWj7pfR7I

terribletowel39
05-03-2007, 12:29 PM
Forget Words..

Pictures are worth a 1000 words..

Moving Pictures are worth billions..

Eric Fowler : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYpWj7pfR7I
i'll thank you once i get to see it. stupid work blocker.

mikehop05
05-03-2007, 09:02 PM
some nice catches, hopefully he'll make the team

Mr. Stiller
05-04-2007, 12:27 AM
some nice catches, hopefully he'll make the team

I think he'll make the team over Baker. He's not afraid of contact.. and he catches with his hands. Baker seems to be the typical Florida body catcher that bombs out.

mikehop05
05-04-2007, 12:57 AM
hopefully they both do to tell u the truth

our WR's got pretty banged up last year, we need the depth, especially with our new 3,4 wr sets

terribletowel39
05-04-2007, 01:06 AM
what about the other two big WR??? anybody know anything about them?? i see there isn't any youtube for them.

Mr. Stiller
05-04-2007, 01:13 AM
what about the other two big WR??? anybody know anything about them?? i see there isn't any youtube for them.

Deslauriers is the other big receiver... the 3rd one listed is actually 5'11 and is a KR specialist.

terribletowel39
05-04-2007, 01:16 AM
you mean Chris Jackson is 5'11??

Mr. Stiller
05-04-2007, 01:30 AM
you mean Chris Jackson is 5'11??

Chris Jackson, WR, Millsaps

Name: Chris Jackson
College: Millsaps Number: 85
Height: 6-0 Weight: 193
Position: WR Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2007
40 Time: 40 Low: 40 High:
Projected Round: Stock:
Rated number 167 out of 293 WR's / 2384 TOTAL

Combine Results

Pro Day Results
Combine Invite:
Height: 5115
Weight: 193
40 Yrd Dash:
20 Yrd Dash:
10 Yrd Dash:
Wonderlic:
225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump:
Broad Jump:
20 Yrd Shuttle:
3-Cone Drill:


Dates:
Height: 5115
Weight: 193
40 Yrd Dash:
20 Yrd Dash:
10 Yrd Dash:

225 Lb. Bench Reps:
Vertical Jump:
Broad Jump:
20 Yrd Shuttle:
3-Cone Drill:

CDub
05-04-2007, 02:55 AM
No times listed - did he not run?

CDub
05-04-2007, 03:19 AM
Personaly, I'm really high on Baker, I thought he could go as high as the end of the 4th/beginning of the 5th. Like I've said before, I view him as a poor man's Dwayne Jarrett, he's not the fastest (though a 4.53 isn't terrible), he's got good size, and he's got great hands plus the ability to use his body to shield defenders from the ball. I think he will be better than Washington and could move up to 3rd/4th on the depth chart - depending on what Willie Reid does, if Willie poves himself as a WR, he may move ahead of Wilson, though I see him remaining the 5th WR but the #1 returner.

terribletowel39
05-04-2007, 10:19 AM
yea whats up with all the blank stats all the way down on mr. jackson??

Mr. Stiller
05-06-2007, 12:59 PM
yea whats up with all the blank stats all the way down on mr. jackson??

That was all that was listed.

CDub.. I like Bakers arm length and hands length as well, but I think Fowler is better compared to Dwayne Jarrett.. He'll actually go over the middle, and he'll drop the shoulder.. Baker doesn't like contact.

tdpennstate
05-10-2007, 09:14 AM
There is denying Joey was a good linebacker for us, but he wasn't the greatest off all of time. I can understand a player not wearing #12 or #32, great players in the hall of fame. But look back a while ago. Nobody is wanting to kill Aaron Smith for wearing #91, Kevin Greene's old number. Nobody is wanting to kill Richard Seigler for wearing #95 Greg Lloyds old number. Or Brett Keisel for wearing 99, Levon Kirklands old number. The list goes on and on, just because a young player wears a former good steeler number, doesnt make him the worst player ever. I liked Joey, but come one you have to move on. Joey wasnt the same player he was 2 years ago. Players leave all the time, get used to it.

terribletowel39
05-10-2007, 10:39 AM
There is denying Joey was a good linebacker for us, but he wasn't the greatest off all of time. I can understand a player not wearing #12 or #32, great players in the hall of fame. But look back a while ago. Nobody is wanting to kill Aaron Smith for wearing #91, Kevin Greene's old number. Nobody is wanting to kill Richard Seigler for wearing #95 Greg Lloyds old number. Or Brett Keisel for wearing 99, Levon Kirklands old number. The list goes on and on, just because a young player wears a former good steeler number, doesnt make him the worst player ever. I liked Joey, but come one you have to move on. Joey wasnt the same player he was 2 years ago. Players leave all the time, get used to it.
agreed for the most part, but those players didn't take a number two months after the player left. they came to the team over time.