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Future NFL'ers from the 2009 class from your team

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  • #91
    Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
    Just the Hawkeye way.

    He's already the #2 LT behind Bulaga.
    Well then he should be a 3 year starter.

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    • #92
      For Ole Miss, there are a couple of guys I could see with big time NFL potential.

      WR Patrick Patterson goes about 6-3 215 and is a very complete WR. He has super hands, is physical, and is a very good athlete. Nutt has already come out and said he will be playing right away.

      DL Craig Drummond came to Ole Miss as a DE but Nutt wants to play him in the Justin Tuck mold, with Drummond perhaps becoming a full time DT. He was already physically imposing for a HS senior after enrolling early in December, but now he has really developed and goes about 6-5 275. Depending on what direction the coaching staff goes with him, he could project to a variety of NFL positions due to his sheer talent.

      OT Bobby Massie is an absolute mammoth at 6-7 340, he pushed John Jerry around a little in his first practice and Jerry said he has flat out ridiculous pure strength. He is very raw but you can't teach his size and athleticism. A lot of people want to see him fill in for Oher right away but I don't think he is ready, but with a some coaching this kid could end up being the real deal.



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