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  • 2008 Big Ten Prospects

    I have just finished the Big Ten Prospects list. I have added them to the main post of FBS and FCS Prospects. If you feel that I have missed anyone please let me know and I will add them

    Illinois
    Juice Williams, QB, Jr. (6’2”/223 lbs.)
    Daniel Dufrene, RB, Jr. (5’11”/195 lbs.)
    Jeff Cumberland, WR, Jr. (6’5”/244 lbs.)
    Vontae Davis, CB, Jr. (6’0”/204 lbs.)
    Britt Miller, LB, Sr. (6’1”/251 lbs.)
    David Lindquist, DT, Sr. (6’3”/276 lbs.)
    Will Davis, DE, Sr. (6’3”/246 lbs.)
    Doug Pilcher, DT, Sr. (6’5”/265 lbs.)
    Xavier Fulton, OT, Sr. (6’5”/280 lbs.)
    Ryan McDonald, C, Sr. (6’5”/293 lbs.)

    Indiana
    Marcus Thigpen, RB, Sr. (5’9”/199 lbs.)
    Kellen Lewis, QB, Jr. (6’1”/185 lbs.)
    Ray Fisher, WR, Jr. (5’9”/172 lbs.)
    Christopher Phillips, CB, Sr. (6’0”/195 lbs.)
    Austin Thomas, S, Jr. (6’2”/200 lbs.)
    Will Patterson, LB, Jr. (6’1”/235 lbs.)
    Jammie Kirlew, DE, Jr. (6’3”/266 lbs.)
    Greg Middleton, DE, Jr. (6’3”/275 lbs.)
    Greg Brown, DT, Sr. (6’2”/300 lbs.)
    Austin Starr, K, Sr. (6’3”/204 lbs.)
    Pete Saxon, OG, Jr. (6’6”/320 lbs.)
    Rodger Safford, OT, Jr. (6’5”/306 lbs.)
    Nick Polk, S, Jr. (6’0”/215 lbs.)

    Iowa
    Jake Christensen, QB, Jr. (6’1”/215 lbs.)
    Tony Moeaki, TE, Sr. (6’4”/255 lbs.)
    A.J. Edds, LB, Jr. (6’4”/244 lbs.)
    Matt Kroul, DT, Sr. (6’3”/277 lbs.)
    Mitch King, DT, Sr. (6’3”/264 lbs.)
    Dace Richardson, OT, Sr. (6’6”/305 lbs.)
    Seth Olsen, OT, Sr. (6’5”/305 lbs.)
    Rafael Eubanks, C, Jr. (6’3”/285 lbs.)
    Dan Doering, OG, Jr. (6’6”/300 lbs.)

    Michigan
    Brandon Minor, RB, Jr. (6’1”/214 lbs.)
    Carlos Brown, RB, Jr. (6’0”/213 lbs.)
    Kevin Grady, RB, Sr. (5’9”/228 lbs.)
    Greg Matthews, WR, Jr. (6’3”/207 lbs.)
    Morgan Trent, CB, Sr. (6’1”/188 lbs.)
    Brandon Graham, DE, Jr. (6’2”/270 lbs.)
    Obi Ezeh, LB, Jr. (6’2”/247 lbs.)
    Tim Jamison, DE, Sr. (6’3”/263 lbs.)
    Terrance Taylor, DT, Sr. (6’0”/319 lbs.)
    Carson Butler, TE, Jr. (6’5”/250 lbs.)
    Tim McAvoy, OG, Jr. (6’6”/288 lbs.)
    Zoltan Mesko, P, Jr. (6’5”/235 lbs.)

    Michigan State
    Javon Ringer, RB, Sr. (5’9”/200 lbs.)
    Brian Hoyer, QB, Sr. (6’2”/210 lbs.)
    Otis Wiley, S, Sr. (6’2”/210 lbs.)
    Kendell Davis-Clark, CB, Sr. (5’11”/204 lbs.)
    T.J. Williams, WR, Jr. (6’3”/184 lbs.)
    Brett Swenson, K, Jr. (5’8”/160 lbs.)

    Minnesota
    Eric Decker, WR, Jr. (6’2”/215 lbs.)
    Deon Hightower, LB, Sr. (6’3”/215 lbs.)
    Jack Simmons, TE, Sr. (6’4”/240 lbs.)
    Lee Campbell, DE, Jr. (6’3”/250 lbs.)
    William VanDeSteeg, DE, Sr. (6’4”/255 lbs.)

    Northwestern
    Tyrell Sutton, RB, Sr. (5’9”/190 lbs.)
    Ross Lane, WR, Sr. (6’3”/190 lbs.)
    Eric Peterman, WR, Sr. (6’1”/200 lbs.)
    Sherrick McMannis, CB, Jr. (6’1”/180 lbs.)
    John Gill, DT, Sr. (6’3”/290 lbs.)
    Prince Kwateng, LB, Sr. (6’2”/235 lbs.)
    Corey Wooton, DE, Jr. (6’7”/280 lbs.)

    Ohio State
    Chris Wells, RB, Jr. (6’1”/235 lbs.)
    Todd Boeckman, QB, Sr. (6’5”/243 lbs.)
    Brian Robiske, WR, Sr. (6’3”/196 lbs.)
    Brian Hartline, WR, Jr. (6’3”/180 lbs.)
    Ray Small, WR, Jr. (6’0”/182 lbs.)
    Rory Nichol, TE, Sr. (6’5”/250 lbs.)
    Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Sr. (6’1”/208 lbs.)
    James Laurinaitias, LB, Sr. (6’3”/240 lbs.)
    Marcus Freeman, LB, Sr. (6’2”/236 lbs.)
    Anderson Russell, S, Jr. (6’0”/205 lbs.)
    A.J. Trapasso, P, Sr. (6’1”/224 lbs.)
    Alex Boone, OT, Sr. (6’8”/313 lbs.)
    Lawrence Wilson, DE, Sr. (6’6”/276 lbs.)
    Jamario O’Neal, S, Sr. (6’1”/199 lbs.)
    Jake Ballard, TE, Jr. (6’7”/255 lbs.)
    Jim Cordle, C, Jr. (6’4”/302 lbs.)
    Doug Worthington, DE, Jr. (6’7”/271 lbs.)
    Donald Washington, CB, Jr. (6’1”/188 lbs.)

    Penn State
    Derrick Williams, WR, Sr. (6'0"/194 lbs.)
    Deon Butler, WR, Sr. (5'10"/168 lbs.)
    Jordan Norwood, WR, Sr. (5'10"/171 lbs.)
    Anthony Scirrotto, S, Sr. (6’0”/192 lbs.)
    Sean Lee, LB, Sr. (6’2”/234 lbs.)
    Lydell Sargeant, CB, Sr. (5’10”/186 lbs.)
    Maurice Evans, DE, Jr. (6’2”/264 lbs.)
    Tyrell Sales, LB, Sr. (6’2”/233 lbs.)
    Josh Gaines, DE, Sr. (6’1”/275 lbs.)
    A.Q. Shipley, C, Sr. (6’1”/297 lbs.)
    Rich Ohrnberger, OG, Sr. (6’2”/291 lbs.)
    Tony Davis, CB, Sr. (5’10”/195 lbs.)
    Dennis Landolt, OT, Jr. (6’4”/309 lbs.)
    Jeremy Boone, P, Jr. (5’9”/184 lbs.)

    Purdue
    Jaycen Taylor, RB, Sr. (5’10”/180 lbs.)
    Kory Sheets, RB, Sr. (6’0”/206 lbs.)
    Curtis Painter, QB, Sr. (6’4”/230 lbs.)
    Greg Orton, WR, Sr. (6’3”/199 lbs.)
    Anthony Heygood, LB, Sr. (6’2”/230 lbs.)
    Sean Sester, OT, Sr. (6’7”/325 lbs.)
    Alex Magee, DT, Sr. (6’4”/295 lbs.)
    Chris Summers, P, Jr. (6’1”/179 lbs.)

    Wisconsin
    P.J. Hill, RB, Jr. (5’11”/228 lbs.)
    Lance Smith, RB, Jr. (5’10”/200 lbs.)
    Garrett Graham, TE, Jr. (6’4”/241 lbs.)
    Travis Beckum, TE, Sr. (6’4”/223 lbs.)
    Jonathan Casillas, LB, Sr. (6’2”/220 lbs.)
    DeAndre Levy, LB, Sr. (6’3”/234 lbs.)
    Elijah Hodge, LB, Sr. (6’1”/226 lbs.)
    Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Sr. (6’6”/253 lbs.)
    Chris Pressley, FB, Sr. (6’1”/259 lbs.)
    Kraig Urbik, OT, Sr. (6’6”/328 lbs.)
    Eric Vandenheuvel, OT, Sr. (6’7”/321 lbs.)
    Andy Kemp, OG, Sr. (6’6”/316 lbs.)
    Allen Langford, CB, Sr. (5’11”/188 lbs.)
    Shane Carter, S, Jr. (6’2”/202 lbs.)

    Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

  • #2
    Im curious about these two:
    Marcus Thigpen, RB, Sr. (5’9”/199 lbs.)
    Kellen Lewis, QB, Jr. (6’1”/185 lbs.)


    I wonder if Lewis will put up good stats after losing Hardy



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    • #3
      Originally posted by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006 View Post
      Chris Summers, P, Jr. (6’1”/179 lbs.)
      Not that it matters, but he kicks field goals too (18 for 22 on field goals, hit all 56 PATs)
      Last edited by tylerb929; 05-02-2008, 02:21 PM.

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      • #4
        like the penn staters but i think you should probably take sean lee off....poor guy....

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BeerBaron View Post
          like the penn staters but i think you should probably take sean lee off....poor guy....
          Yeah, but I still want him to be recognized on the list. It is too bad that he tore his ACL.

          Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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          • #6
            i take it that its just jr and sr?

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            • #7
              Missing Lymon from purdue


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              • #8
                It is Juniors and Seniors, with the occasional sophomore with certain circumstances.

                For example Graig Cooper and LeShon McCoy. Both are Sophomores, but each attended a year of prep school which would have them 3 years removed from high school, which would make them draft eligible.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
                  Missing Lymon from purdue
                  He is an UDFA with Miami.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006 View Post
                    He is an UDFA with Miami.
                    did not know that...thanks


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                    • #11
                      Derek Walker should be on that list, defensive end for Illinois.


                      Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                      Originally posted by JBCX
                      Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by sweetness34 View Post
                        Derek Walker should be on that list, defensive end for Illinois.
                        Added him to the main post.

                        Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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                        • #13
                          I think McGee is every bit the prospect Juice is, no way Eddie leaves next year but as a redshirt sophmore he could.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006 View Post
                            Added him to the main post.
                            Where? Don't see him under Illinois....

                            Eddie McGee is a better passer than Juice but he doesn't work as hard, he's got somewhat of a bitchy attitude, and he's also very inconsistent still. And Charest will beat him out after Juice leaves.


                            Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                            Originally posted by JBCX
                            Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                            • #15
                              For Penn State, you should replace OT Dennis Landolt with OT Gerald Cadogan.

                              Cadogan might have more NFL upside.
                              Last edited by MaxV; 05-02-2008, 09:16 PM.

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