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Old 07-28-2004   #184
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Originally Posted by Beastlyman2003
Domanick HAS NOT messed up anything in his legs. Tony is always gonna be hesitant to run up the middle just like Fred Taylor
FYI--Domanick Davis underwent arthroscopic left knee surgery (torn meniscus) after 2000 spring drills, in 2001 he suffered a left knee medial collateral ligament sprain and a high ankle sprain. Seems he has messed up things in his leg and that people do recover from leg injuries to not run hesitant after a while.

Also, in terms of pro-scouts seeing potential in him, here is a quote from John McClain about him:

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I'll let you be the judge, Julio. As you know, Hollings was a safety during his first two years at Georgia Tech. Because of injuries, he asked coach Chan Gailey for a chance to play running back. Before he suffered a knee injury that required reconstructive surgery, he played four games as a junior last season. Hollings carried 92 times for 633 yards and 11 touchdowns. Now, Julio, here's what I pay the most attention to: National Scouting Combine rated him as one of the top-seven senior prospects in the country. Only four seniors on National's list were rated ahead of Hollings. BLESTO, the combine the Texans are members of, rated Hollings among the top-10 seniors. Only six were rated higher. That means general manager Charley Casserly surrendered the second-round pick he acquired from the Raiders, which should be a low No. 2 pick considering Oakland played in the last Super Bowl, for a player who's among the top-seven or top-10 prospects in the country, depending on which scouting combine you trust the most. By the way, the combines have Hollings at almost 5-11 and 223. He has been timed in the 40 anywhere from 4.39 to 4.44.
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