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Ehren McBride QB Wisconsin
Bench: 8 reps of 225
Speed and improvisational ability are highly impressive. Arm is average at best but shows excellent decision making.
Comparison: Doug Flutie
Senior Stats: 2377 Yards 11TD’s 5INT’s; 7 RTD’s
Mike Desmond QB Michigan
Probably has the best arm, but pocket presence is a large concern. Will make all the throws with either perfect touch or zips it in a tight spot. Mentally is good enough.
Comparison: Peyton Manning (Sorry)
Senior Stats: 3533 Yards 32TD’s 8INT’s; 2nd most sacked QB in Big10.
Tyrone Biggums QB Duke
He would probably move to WR if he wasn’t so tall. Shows good touch, but poor zip. Has great pocket presence. Has received allegations of cocaine use. Played well without great surrounding talent.
Comparison: Kordell Stewart
Senior Stats: 2193 Yards 9TD’s 6INT’s; 8RTD’s
Brent Noose QB Texas A&M
Is much stronger than his skinny stature indicates, but some weight gain would be nice. Is one of the most accurate QB’s out there and his speed helps. Arm strength is lacking.
Comparison: Colt Brennan (w/o the system)
Senior Stats: 2774 Yards 19TD’s 4INT’s; 4RTD’s
Carmelo Anthony QB Kansas
Despite having a decent 40 he is a terrible pocket QB. Has a great arm that can shred any defense, but he also needs a great line to do this.
Comparison: Eli Manning
Senior Stats: 3009 Yards 20TD’s 10INT’s; 3rd most sacked QB in Big 12.
Doug Freeman, Ole Miss
Comparison: Eli Manning
Terrelle Moss, RB Wisconsin
Not quite as fast as originally thought but makes great cuts and more than makes up for what we thought his 40 time would be. Is a hard worker but does he have the toughness to be a good pro RB. Has good strength for a little dude.
Comparison: Garrett Wolfe
Senior Stats: 1874 Yards 18TD’s 7.7Avg; Only 5 Fumbles in Career
Junior Diggs, RB Pittsburgh
Hello Calvin Johnson of RB’s. Is a pure running back in almost every sense of the word. Wont make any catches or block, but makes every cut look see easy, can overpower even the biggest of defenders and has the speed to outrun many safties and slower CB’s. Can he take the full load.
Comparison: Jim Brown
Senior Stats: 1030 Yards 14TD’s 8.5 Avg; 18 Drops in one year.
Seth Harris, RB Penn St
Is great in the open field but between the tackles he needs work. Not with his power but with explosion. He wont get into the open field if he doesn’t get past the line. Is a great pass-catcher and is able to getinto the open field on those plays.
Senior Stats: 1289 Yards 10TD’s 5.8Avg; 522 Rec Yards
EJ Washington-Bush, RB Cal
Probably the most exciting player in football last year. Draws many comparisons to a poor man’s Reggie Bush. But many doubt his toughness and see him as being too finesse. Look for him to make big plays without getting a carry.
Comparison: Reggie Bush
Senior Stats: 1004 Yards 8TD’s 8.4Avg; 7 KR and PR TD’s
Germain Taylor RB NC A&T
Best word that describes him, NASTY. Plays through pain and even rehabbed from major injuries. Couldve gone to any school in the world w/o his injury problems. 40 time was less than stellar, but that shouldn’t be a judge of his abilities. Runs low and makes great cuts. Didn’t play against elite comp, but was a record setter in I-AA. Extremely hard worker.
Comparison: Tony Hunt
Senior Stats: 2133 Yards 31TD’s 6.9Avg; 458 Rec Yards
Joe Jackson Grambling
Senior Stats: 2180 24 TD’s 9.5Avg
Tank Rogers Grambling
Comparison: Mike Alstott
Q Jackson WR Washington
Not very strong but durable. Has great speed and burst and runs good enough routes to get open. Also has excellent leap ability. Has some anger issues and has been known to be cocky.
Comparison: Desean Jackson
Senior Stats: 54rec 990yards 8TD’s; 6KR/PR TD’s
Troy James WR LSU
Has to be the fastest man in the draft. Is lighting quick and will make big plays off screans. Soft hands. An average at best route runner. Sometimes makes mistakes due to lack of experience. Is also a major threat going deep.
Comparison: Steve Smith
Senior Stats: 38rec 809yards 6TD’s; 4KR/PR TD’s
Kareem Johnson WR Florida
40: 4.38 and 4.52
40 Time was wildly inconsistent, but speed isn’t a huge problem with this huge WR.
Great leaping ability and gigantic wingspan help make all the tough catches look easy. Is very tough and a great worker. Fights for every yard. Limited productivity due to incositency at QB position, but made the most out of every catch. Time will tell if he can become the deep target he was in college.
Comparison: Calvin Johnson
Senior Stats: 44rec 941yards 11TD’s; 2 Rushing TD’s
Julio Stone WR LSU
One of the best deep targets out there combing great speed and size. Does almost everything right as a WR, but lazy work ethic and arrogance was a turn off with teammates. Doesn’t always show effort if not getting the ball, or changes his routes without letting the QB know which leads to interceptions and drops balls if team is losing by a large sum.
Comparison: Randy Moss
Senior Stats: 69rec 1180yards 12TD’s; 10drops
Lonny Lancaster WR Tennessee
Good speed and burst. An average catcher mostly due to a lack of concentration. Terrible route runner. Great leap ability. Is fiery too much sometimes and has been ejected twice in his career. Right now is just a great deep threat, until Route Running Improves.
Comparison: Smaller Plax
Senior Stats: 60rec 1026yards 11TD’s; 2 career ejections
Blackie Chan WR Heff’s Secret Academy
We don’t know much about this WR playing in a somewhat secret D3 school. We do know he has great leap and hands.
Comparison: Ocho Cinco
Senior Stats: 125rec? 2080yards? 23TD’s?; 15 sexual harassment accusations
Evander Louis Texas Tech
Comparison: Steve Smith
Lebron James TE Arizona State
A complete freak, hard to bring down, gets open using speed, great deep threat, amazing leap, and a huge target in the redzone. But he has been known to be slow off the line, causing jams and is a terrible blocker despite size.
Comparison- Antonio Gates
Senior Stats- 45rec 626yards 15TD’s; 16sacks/TFL allowed
Marcus Henderson TE Oklahoma State
Doesn’t have the same size as James, but much of the same ability. The thing that Henderson has is great burst and acceleration. He is able to reach top speed quickly and will burn any S’s in his way to the endzone. Is a terrible blocker.
Senior Stats- 57rec 649yards 12TD’s; 13Sacks/TFL allowed
Mitch Mitchell TE Texas
Great blocker, but average receiver nuff said.
Senior Stats- 26rec 304yards 5TD’s; 2Sacks/TFL allowed
Jimmy Woods TE Miami
Comparison: Bubba Franks
Erik Anderson TE West VA
Comparison: Alge Crumpler
Steve Runyan OT 85-91
Kyle "Scatman" Scottini OG 84-89
Aaron Brooks 82-88
Benn Hart 83-88
Johnny Cash 81-90
Chad Reed 85-89
Peter Brady 76-80
Curtis Rockaniva 77-85
Leo Willingham 76-87
Dusty Havok 76-83
Chet Taylor Jr 81-91
Troy Keaton 82-91
Carter Mack 76-87
Patrick McKistry 78-83
Rashod Wood 77-84
Jeff Stephenson 76-83
Peter Parker 80-90
DJ Jennings 80-90
Jeremy Reed 80-90
D'Bennishaw Causerus 83-91
Deon Sizzler 76-77
Jonni Hendrix 78-86
Bob Rankins 76-86
Scott Carr 80-85
Deejay Kerns 78-91
Jordan Grove 76-87
Will Ward 81-89
Travis Faustino 77-85
Oguchi Totti 88
Greg Santios-Fischer 87
Cash Mikey 89
1-New Jersey Timberwolves-Steve Runyan OT Michigan
2-Bangkok Banshees-Junior Diggs HB Pittsburgh
3-Chelsea Blues-Mike Desmond QB Michigsn
4-Gulf Coast Pirates-DJ Jennings CB Arizona
5-New ZealandWarriors-Will Ward DT Texas St
6-San Juan Rough Riders-Derrick Moss DE Cal-Poly
7-Dallas Longhorns-Tank Rogers FB Grambling
8-Mexico City War Eagles-Evander Louis WR Texas Tech
9-Washington Patriots-Pat Wiley OT Wisconsin
10-Brooklyn Dodgers-Mikey Moses DT USC
11-Toronto Bears-Doug Freeman QB Ole Miss
12-LA Super Novas-Jerrod Jacobs WR Miami(OH)
Originally posted by D-Unit
I just wanted to give you a heads up that you are one of the players I am looking to add to the New Zealand Warriors. I'm not sure how things will pan out in the draft as far as guaging who will be available when, but just know that we're interested in the skills you bring to the table.
-- BJ Penn, NZ Warriors GM
PS. Have you received contact from other teams yet?
TE Mitch Mitchell
Originally posted by Im_a_Romosexual
I have recieved contact from other teams, but I'm very, very interested in playing for the Warrioirs
DE Deon Sizzler
Originally posted by DChess
thats great thanks. yeah one, superkevins
K Oguchi Totti
Originally posted by Windy City Big Gamer Uno
nice. thanks. i'm haven't heard from anyone else yet.
Thank you for contacting me, you are the first team to do so. I love your management and the way you run your team. I will not go public about this, I just hope that I am available for your next draft pick.