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Funny thing about Charles Rogers is that he scored two touchdowns in his first NFL game...
I still hold the opinion that if Charles Rogers didn't suffer season-ending injuries 5 games into his first season and 3 plays into his second season, he would be just as good as Andre Johnson. The dude showed amazing potential before his injuries and weed problems. I mean c'mon, 6'3 217 with a 4.28? Those are Calvin measurables.
Then again, he had weed problems all throughout college, so maybe not...
I attended Northwestern State University. For being a small school, it does have some known names attached to it as far as football is concerned (Bobby Hebert, Craig Nall). There were two guys who I loved to watch play while I was there; a RB by the name of Tony Taylor and Terrence McGee. Both of them were electric, had moves on moves and could straight up move. Taylor played a year for Dallas as a PR/KR and McGee spent several years with Buffalo.
charles woodson (esp vs david boston)
roy williams -both of them
Watching Brad Smith in college was a treat. When he ran it looked like he was gliding. He didn't look that fast, but no one could catch him. I remember being at the Mizzou/Nebraska game in 2003. Missouri hadn't beat Nebraska in like 30 years. When Smith Lateraled a pass to Darius Outlaw who then threw it back to Smith who ran for a 50 yard touchdown, I thought the place was going to Explode.
Chase Daniel, Jeremy Maclin, Will Franklin, Martin Rucker, Chase Coffman may get the credit for taking the Missouri program to the next level. But Brad Smith is the reason the program is where it is today.