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  • Players to Watch Next Year

    This is almost a homer thread of UKNOWN people who should break out NEXT year but could contribute this year.

    Charles Johnson - LB

    He should be redshirting this year, so he'll be a Red-Soph next year, but he will be a force for them. He should find a way to get on the field

    6'2" 234 has registered a 4.58 40-yard dash time as well as 36-inch vertical leap and 20 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press.

    Edit - Also Kevin Bemoll, back up Olineman, has been suspended for the fall because of a team violation, according to Tedford the bottom)
    Last edited by Green Bay Scat; 09-08-2007, 06:44 AM.

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    Donovan Warren CB Michigan - He's going to play a lot this year and will be even better next year
    Toney Clemons WR Michigan and JR Hemingway WR Michigan- Guys that will team up with Mathews when Manningham and Arrington leave, both studs.
    Boubacar Cissoko CB Michigan- May start right away at UM. Outstanding man to man coverage ability


    • #3
      andre smith, one of the best oline prospects in a while


      • #4
        Brandon Dillard, WR, Virginia Tech
        Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech
        Jason Worilds, DE, Virginia Tech


        New York Giants
        New York Yankees
        New York Knicks (unfortunately)
        UConn Basketball
        Virginia Tech Football
        UConn Football


        • #5
          Originally posted by DChess View Post
          andre smith, one of the best oline prospects in a while
          He's unreal. Didn't he get all-SEC as a true frosh?


          • #6

            CB Aaron Henry- emerged as the Badger's nickle corner already as a freshman on the Badger's reigning #1 pass efficiency defense, and intercepted a fake punt pass in the first game. Florida offered late but he wouldn't reneg on his commitment. The Gators and Buckeyes screwed up here. The kid is special.

            WR Nick Toon- son of Badger alum and football star wide receiver Al Toon. He brings an element already possessed by the Badger's current starting receivers. But his size and polish will be valuable next year. Thoroughly impressed the coaches in the Offense-Defense All American Bowl.

            WR Daven Jones- redshirted as a result of an injury (nothing major) otherwise would possibly have made an impact. Will be of junior/rs soph age because of failure to qualify in '06 class. Has precise route running skills and blazing speed.

            TE Garrett Graham- The Badgers use their tight ends frequently in Paul Chryst's system as evidence by Beckum's gaudy stats. Graham has good instincts, hands, and athleticism. If Beckum declares he could make a major impact as a junior. Had a TE in the first game.

            QB Allan Evridge- As you can see from his performance in week 1, it's no shame to lose a quarterbacking job to Tyler Donovan. He started 6 games for K-State as a freshman and could probably start for a high majority of teams in college football this year. Excellent arm and mobility.

            RB Johnny Clay- While he was struggling to qualify in summer school he had some difficulty maintaining fitness and of course had a late start. Should return to form after he drops down to 220 or so. Set records in high school.

            The Badgers had a FANTASTIC 2007 class irregardless of rankings. Check out all the impact players from '05 in spite of that class' low ranking.

            I don't expect the Badgers to be a serious national championship contender (like they are this year) without the one man pass defense (Jack Ikegwuonu), like a few others, but they'll still be very good, and the future is bright.


            • #7
              Jake Locker from Washington count?
              if he does i'll take him.

              Originally posted by slightlyabroncosfan
              JBalla is mormon, so naturally he assumes that whenever you get one marriage done, another two or five are in the works.


              • #8
                nice list BerninWI I would also say Gilreath the kick returner

                sig by me.. first in ages, pm with requests


                • #9
                  From Kentucky, I really like Micah Johnson.


                  • #10
                    Bear Pascoe (TE - Fresno State)


                    • #11
                      Might want to start watching him this year but RS Fr WR Michael Crabtree from texas tech is averaging over 100 yards recieving a game and has 5 TDs already. Freshman All American!


                      • #12
                        George Selvie(USF) DE - Once he works on his pass rush more he's gonna be a beast.


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jballa838 View Post
                          Jake Locker from Washington count?
                          if he does i'll take him.
                          I dont think he counts he has already led Washington to a 2 and 0 record.
                          Originally posted by nvot9
                          I'm going to personally PM you when the Mets win the NL East and the Phillies don't even make the playoffs.

                          Phillies 2007 NL East Champions & Back to Back MVP Award Winners.
                          Indianapolis Colts 13-3
                          Philadelphia Flyers 19-14-4 = 42 points
                          Philadelphia 76ers 14-18
                          Coach Bob Huggins 10-2


                          • #14
                            OG Jeremy Perry, Oregon St

                            Anybody here even remotely familiar with him? He'll be one of the top OG prospects in all the land sooner than later.


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by D-Unit View Post
                              OG Jeremy Perry, Oregon St

                              Anybody here even remotely familiar with him? He'll be one of the top OG prospects in all the land sooner than later.
                              Lindy's had him preseason All-American. He's a little short for an OL but he's a monster run blocker



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