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  • #31
    Originally posted by scottyboy View Post
    Zuttah is a senior, wonder if davis will start right away at G.
    I've been at Rutgers so long I got the years mixed up with Zuttah. I'm not sure if Davis will start at G right away. He certainly will have an opportunity to do so but Schiano might play it safe early.
    #Chop


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    • #32
      It is not about players deciding to leave early. The lists are just players with the talent to be drafted who are either juniors or seniors.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006 View Post
        It is not about players deciding to leave early. The lists are just players with the talent to be drafted who are either juniors or seniors.
        you think mike teel has the talent to be drafted after his junior year? i love the kid, think he'll make strides and will get drafted after his senior year, but after his season last year, no wau buddy
        We ALL bleed scarlet
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        UNITED: I actually attend the college I root for
        Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
        BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Woody56 View Post
          you missed a lot on Florida St

          Florida State - DT Andre Fluellen, DE Alex Boston, LB Derek Nicholson, DE Neefy Moffett, CB Tony Carter, QB Drew Weatherford, and DT Paul Griffin
          Weathersuck was AWFUL last season and I'd be pissed if Xavier didn't get a fair shake this year. Xavier Lee is a much more exciting prospect, with the arm to throw the ball 70+ the size that is ideal 6'4" 220+ pounds and EXTREME mobility...I know he's got issues with accuracy, but so does Weatherford and we looked like we could move the ball more consistently with Lee because of the poor offensive line play last year.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by scottyboy View Post
            there is ZERO chance Mike Teel leaves early. Also Ray Rice will stay for his senior year!!! the only possible Rutgers player to leave early is Ron Girault
            Girault is a senior, you mean Greene.

            Ray Rice isn't going to stay, the New Rochelle people have been pretty loud about that. I think we'll be ok though. Kordell Young looked great last year, and we have a **** RB coming in named Mase Robinson.

            Actually, I think the OL are our best prospects. And Eric Foster, who will probably move to DE in the pros even though he could be a Rod Coleman-type.

            Teel looked better as the year went on, no way he leaves early though. However, the NFL loves big guys with a strong arm. He has a much better chance than Ryan Hart ever did.

            Some other names for the Big East:

            UConn -

            DL Dan Davis
            RB Donald Brown (their best player, RS-So)
            LB Danny Lansanah

            Pitt -

            OT Jeff Otah

            Syracuse -

            WR Taj Smith has been reclassified as a Junior due to medical redshirt.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006 View Post
              It is not about players deciding to leave early. The lists are just players with the talent to be drafted who are either juniors or seniors.
              oh, i misunderstood, sorry.

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              • #37
                Again all players have been added and the list was updated. Look for the Big Ten sometime tomorrow evening.

                Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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                • #38
                  Illinois
                  Akim Millington, OT, Sr. (6'6"/313 lbs.)
                  J Leman, LB, Sr. (6'2"/237 lbs.)
                  Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Jr. (5'11"/224 lbs.)
                  Kyle Hudson, WR, Jr. (5'11"/166 lbs.)
                  Britt Miller, LB, Jr. (6'1"/251 lbs.)
                  Chris Norwell, DT, Sr. (6'6"/303 lbs.)
                  Derek Walker, DE, Jr. (6'4"/276 lbs.)

                  Indiana
                  Tracy Porter, CB, Sr. (5'11"/185 lbs.)
                  Marcus Thigpen, RB, Jr. (5'9"/190 lbs.)
                  James Hardy, WR, Jr. (6'7"/220 lbs.)

                  Iowa
                  Albert Young, RB, Sr. (5'10"/209 lbs.)
                  Kenny Ibewema, DE, Sr. (6'4"/270 lbs.)
                  Mike Klinkenborg, LB, Sr. (6'2"/240 lbs.)
                  Shonn Greene, RB, Jr. (5'11"/225 lbs.)
                  Tony Moeaki, TE, Jr. (6'4"/250 lbs.)
                  Dace Richardson, OT, Jr. (6'6"/303 lbs.)
                  Damian Sims, RB, Sr. (5'9"/185 lbs.)
                  Andy Brodell, WR, Jr. (6'3"/193 lbs.)
                  Adam Shada, CB, Sr. (6'1"/185 lbs.)
                  Byran Mattison, DE, Sr. (6'3"272 lbs.)
                  Mitch King, DT, Jr. (6'3"/264 lbs.)
                  Matt Kroul, DE, Jr. (6'3"/271 lbs.)
                  Seth Olsen, OG, Jr. (6'5"/301 lbs.)

                  Michigan
                  Chad Henne, QB, Sr. (6'2"/224 lbs.)
                  Mike Hart, RB, Sr. (5'9"/196 lbs.)
                  Jake Long, OT, Sr. (6'7"/313 lbs.)
                  Adam Kraus, OG, Sr. (6'6"/296 lbs.)
                  Shawn Crable, LB, Sr. (6'5"/245 lbs.)
                  Jamar Adams, S, Sr. (6'2"/212 lbs.)
                  Mario Manningham, WR, Jr. (6'0"/181 lbs.)
                  Adrian Arrington, WR, Jr. (6'3"/190 lbs.)
                  Alex Mitchell, OG, Jr. (6'5"/313 lbs.)
                  Terrance Taylor, DT, Jr. (6'0"/310 lbs.)
                  Tim Jamison, DE, Sr. (6'3"/266 lbs.)
                  Morgan Trent, CB, Sr. (6'1"/189 lbs.)
                  Antonio Bass, WR, Jr. (6'0"/204 lbs.)
                  Kevin Grady, RB, Jr. (5'9"/218 lbs.)

                  Michigan State
                  Ervin Baldwin, DE, Sr. (6'2"/252 lbs.)
                  Javon Ringer, RB, Jr. (5'9"/198 lbs.)
                  Otis Wiley, S, Jr. (6'2"/209 lbs.)
                  Sir Darean Adams, LB, Sr. (6'2"/230 lbs.)
                  Kaleb Thornhill, LB, Sr. (6'1"/239 lbs.)
                  Nehemiah Warrick, S, Sr. (6'1"/203 lbs.)

                  Minnesota
                  Amir Pinnix, RB, Sr. (6'0"/205 lbs.)
                  Ernie Wheelwright, WR, Sr. (6'5"/215 lbs.)
                  Tony Brinkhaus, C, Sr. (6'3"/295 lbs.)
                  Alex Daniels, DE, Jr. (6'3"/255 lbs.)
                  Willie VanDeSteeg, DE, Jr. (6'4"/255 lbs.)
                  Dominique Barber, S, Sr. (6'0"/210 lbs.)
                  Steve Davis, LB, Jr. (6'2"/235 lbs.)
                  Mike Sherels, LB, Sr. (6'0"/240 lbs.)
                  Jack Simmons, TE, Jr. (6'4"/240 lbs.)

                  Northwestern
                  Adam Kadela, LB, Sr. (6'3"/240 lbs.)
                  Tyrell Sutton, RB, Jr. (5'9"/190 lbs.)
                  John Gill, DT, Jr. (6'3"/290 lbs.)
                  Ross Lane, WR, Jr. (6'3"/190 lbs.)
                  Brendan Smith, S, Jr. (6'1"/210 lbs.)
                  Trevor Rees, C, Sr. (6'2"/280 lbs.)
                  Dylan Thiry, OT, Sr. (6'8"/315 lbs.)

                  Ohio State
                  Kirk Barton, OT, Sr. (6'6"/310 lbs.)
                  Brian Robiskie, WR, Jr. (6'3"/195 lbs.)
                  Alex Boone, OT, Jr. (6'8"/325 lbs.)
                  Steve Rehring, OT, Sr. (6'8"/329 lbs.)
                  Vernon Gholston, DE, Jr. (6'4"/260 lbs.)
                  Lawrence Wilson, DE. Jr. (6'6"/270 lbs.)
                  James Laurinitas, LB, Jr. (6'3"/244 lbs.)
                  Malcom Jenkins, CB, Jr. (6'1"/202 lbs.)
                  Jamario O'Neal, S, Jr. (6'1"/200 lbs.)
                  Rory Nicol, TE, Jr. (6'5"/250 lbs.)
                  A.J. Trapaso, P, Jr. (6'1"/220 lbs.)
                  Brian Hartline, WR, R-Soph. (6'3"/180 lbs.)
                  Marcus Freeman, LB, Jr. (6'2"/242 lbs.)

                  Penn State
                  Anthony Morelli, QB, Sr. (6'4"/232 lbs.)
                  Dan Connor, LB, Sr. (6'3"/233 lbs.)
                  Derrick Williams, WR, Jr. (6'0"/203 lbs.)
                  Deon Butler, WR, Jr. (5'10"/168 lbs.)
                  Jordan Norwood, WR, Jr. (5'10"/172 lbs.)
                  A.Q. Shipley, C, Jr. (6'1"/293 lbs.)
                  Sean Lee, LB, Jr. (6'2"/232 lbs.)
                  Justin King, CB, Jr. (6'0"/186 lbs.)
                  Tony Davis, S, Jr. (5'10"/197 lbs.)
                  Anthony Scirrotto, S, Jr. (6'0"/195 lbs.)
                  Josh Gaines, DE, Jr. (6'1"/264 lbs.)

                  Purdue
                  Dorien Bryant, WR, Sr. (5'10"/175 lbs.)
                  Dustin Keller, TE, Sr. (6'4"/240 lbs.)
                  Jordan Grimes, OG, Sr. (6'3"/325 lbs.)
                  Cliff Avril, DE, Sr. (6'3"/251 lbs.)
                  Curtis Painter, QB, Jr. (6'4"/233 lbs.)
                  Kory Sheets, RB, Jr.(6'0"/206 lbs.)
                  Selwyn Lymon, WR, Jr. (6'4"/215 lbs.)
                  Greg Orton, WR, Jr. (6'3"/199 lbs.)
                  Sean Sester, OT, Sr. (6'7"/325 lbs.)
                  Jaycen Taylor, RB, Jr. (5'10"/186 lbs.)
                  Justin Scott, S, Sr. (6'0"/209 lbs.)
                  Dan Bick, LB, Sr. (6'1"/225 lbs.)
                  Ryan Baker, DT, Sr. (6'5"/288 lbs.)

                  Wisconsin
                  Paul Hubbard, WR, Sr. (6'4"/217 lbs.)
                  Jamal Cooper, DE, Sr. (6'4"/206 lbs.)
                  Ken DeBauche, P, Sr. (6'2"/220 lbs.)
                  Travis Beckum, TE, Jr. (6'4"/219 lbs.)
                  Kraig Urbik, OG, Jr. (6'6"/326 lbs.)
                  Eric VandenHeuval, OT, Jr. (6'7"/304 lbs.)
                  Jonathan Casillas, LB, Jr. (6'2"/214 lbs.)
                  Jack Ikegwuonu, CB, Jr. (6'1"/203 lbs.)
                  Luke Swan, WR, Sr. (6'0"/196 lbs.)
                  Matthew Shaughnessey, DE, Jr. (6'6"/234 lbs.)
                  DeAndre Levy, LB, Jr. (6'3"/220 lbs.)
                  Jason Chapman, DT, Jr. (6'4"/282 lbs.)
                  Nick Hayden, DT, Sr. (6'5"/311 lbs.)
                  Taylor Mehlhaff, K, Sr. (5'11"/184 lbs.)

                  Conference USA will be up by Saturday.
                  Last edited by devinhester=R.O.Y 2006; 05-14-2007, 10:20 AM.

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                  • #39
                    I really like Gholston.

                    I like his "listed" height/wt, probably could add a few more pounds. He'll grow. I like the way he plays, very aggresive, mean, physical. Had a really good soph year, looking to bulid upon that.

                    Can't WAIT to watch Ghoslton and Jake Long go at it.

                    Nice work.

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                    • #40
                      Antonio Bass hasn't even played, you can prob count on your hands the number of snaps he's taken.

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                      • #41
                        if a majority of ohio states juniors stay, they will be a force. especiialy on the defensive side of the ball.


                        Originally posted by mythbusta
                        i love my pedestal. thats why im the mythbusta.
                        who dey?

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                        • #42
                          Some others of note:

                          Iowa, OT, Seth Olson (JR)
                          Iowa, DT, Matt Kroul (JR, projects to DE in pros)

                          Northwestern, C, Trevor Rees
                          Northwestern, OT, Dylan Thiry

                          Penn State, DE, Josh Gaines

                          Wisconsin, DT, Nick Hayden.


                          And the Purdue DT is Ryan Baker not Barker.
                          10 Favourite prospects for 2010: Colt McCoy, Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, Noel Devine, Ndamukong Suh, Greg Hardy, Eric Norwood, Travis Lewis, Eric Berry, Trevard Lindley

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by neko4 View Post
                            Duke has a prospect?
                            Wait a couple years until redshirt sophomore Vince Oghobaase comes out from Duke. He will be a force to be reckoned with either as a 3-4 DE or a 4-3 DT.

                            http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.db...&Q_SEASON=2006
                            10 Favourite prospects for 2010: Colt McCoy, Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, Noel Devine, Ndamukong Suh, Greg Hardy, Eric Norwood, Travis Lewis, Eric Berry, Trevard Lindley

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                            • #44
                              Forgot Nehemiah Warrick for Michigan State.

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                              • #45
                                All has been updated to this point.

                                Thanks to Bone Krusher for the sig

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