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  • #16
    Andre Debose
    Gary Brown
    Xavier Nixon

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
      Rutgers Scarlet Knights:

      QB Tom Savage
      DT Isaac Holmes
      DT Antwan Lowery
      I agree with Savage and Lowery, but I like Michael Larrow's pro potential more than Holmes.

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      • #18
        A&M

        Christine Michael
        Jonathan Stewart
        Uzoma Nwachukwu

        Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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        • #19
          Originally posted by twista6002 View Post
          I agree with Savage and Lowery, but I like Michael Larrow's pro potential more than Holmes.
          It was hard for me to narrow it down to the 3. I think Holmes has a better shot than Lowery. I didn't really want to have both DT's but I couldn't narrow down that 3rd guy. Larrow was in my thinking along with Ryan and Bush.
          #Chop


          sig by BoneKrusher

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          • #20
            1. Justin Turner, CB/S
            2. Tate Forcier, QB
            3. Craig Roh, DE

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            • #21
              Miami:

              1.) Ray Ray Armstrong, LB
              2.) Brandon McGee, CB
              3.) Brandon Washington, OG

              Obviously alot more we could turn into NFL players but these are the obvious 3 for me.

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              • #22
                Corey Brown-DB

                Dorian Bell-OLB

                Duron Carter-WR

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                • #23
                  1.Justin Turner, CB/S
                  2.Craig Roh, DE
                  3.Will Campbell, DT



                  Originally posted by Jakey
                  WWWWWWWWWTTTTTTTTTTTTFFFFFFFFFFF!!!

                  i am literally gonna kick a baby to death!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
                    It was hard for me to narrow it down to the 3. I think Holmes has a better shot than Lowery. I didn't really want to have both DT's but I couldn't narrow down that 3rd guy. Larrow was in my thinking along with Ryan and Bush.
                    I would pos rep you for mentioning Bush but you're a Giants fan ;)

                    But seriously, if the kid can catch and block a little, he'll be an asset because he's a physical specimen. I remember he de-committed from us for a second, I was on suicide watch.

                    Ryan is up there too. I watched him in person and the dude has a frame that would allow about 15-20 more pounds too. Dude can be a scary safety if he plays his cards right.

                    I really like the Carreozola kid. He's listed at 6'2'', but I saw him in person and he seemed bigger. He might be a DE in the future.

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                    • #25
                      LSU

                      Chris Davenport DT 6'4" 310 lbs - I don't know what it is but I see Glen Dorsey in him. He seems to move better than Dorsey which is amazing for someone his size. Quick Feet. He's definitely gonna be playing on sundays.

                      Barkevious Mingo OLB 6'5" 210 lbs. - I think he can add some major muscle weight to his frame. He'd be a perfect fit as a 3-4 OLB if he can hone his pass rushing in Baton Rouge for the next 2-3 years.

                      Reuben Randle WR 6'3" 195 lbs - Has good size for the position. Displays good natural hands and body control. I'd like to see what kind of numbers he puts up in Crowton's offense. Look to him to follow in the footsteps of Bowe, Doucet, and Davis.


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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by slightlyaraiderfan View Post
                        Matt Barkley
                        Devon Kennard
                        TJ McDonald
                        While I agree that they'll most likely make it to the pros, I feel that Byron Moore and "Loni" Fanpugo will (could) end up being drafted before TJ McDonald and Devon Kennard.

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                        • #27
                          Penn State:

                          Eric Shrive OT
                          Gerald Hodges S
                          Justin Brown WR
                          Darrell Givens CB

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                          • #28
                            Connecticut:

                            None. :(

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                            • #29
                              For NCSU:

                              TE Asa Watson - Beast in the passing game. Great hands, great frame, needs to get a LOT bigger though. More of a big WR right now than anything.

                              OG Denzelle Good - Absolute mauler in the running game. Needs to work on his footwork in the passing game, but great size at 6'6" 325lbs. VERY agile but relies too much on his athleticism sometimes.

                              CB Jarvis Byrd - An absolute ballhawk. Will fit in really well with a zone team. Needs to work on his timed speed but is adequate due to his body positioning and athleticism. Really understands how to put himself in the best position to break up or intercept the pass. Knows how to hit, but might suffer against the bigger backs due to size (5'10" 170).

                              Darkhorse:
                              RB James Washington - lacks ideal size at 6' 180, but is a blazer! Kid just outruns everything. He'll put his head down and run you over but relies more on suttle movements to get you off-balence to go around you. Can't wait for this kid to show his stuff.


                              Originally posted by Morgan Freeman
                              Titty sprinkles

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
                                Penn State:

                                Eric Shrive OT
                                Gerald Hodges S
                                Justin Brown WR
                                Darrell Givens CB
                                I watched Hodges in person. I actually watched about 3 or 4 games of his. Maybe it was the games I was at but he was soft. Didn't want to run up and hit anyone and dogged it half the time. He was scared to hit And they're talking about moving him to LB too, which would worry me if I were a PSU fan. He's just got good size and speed, nothing else. No tenacity, no heart, minimal desire. Even the few scouts I talked to said they didn't know what the type was about. Classic case of looking like Tarzan and playing like Jane.

                                Trust me, the best player PSU got from Jersey was Shawney Kersey. The dude is a player. He punked Hodges and he had a concusion while doing it, and he's got as much heart as I've ever seen a high school player have.

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