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Old 01-22-2013   #7
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Default Re: Sw h-town mock 1.0

1. Dion Jordan - OLB - Oregon HT 6-6 WT 243

2. Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee HT 6-4 WT 200

3. Nico Johnson - ILB - Alabama HT 6-2 WT 249

3. Brian Schwenke - C/G - California HT 6-3 WT 307

4. Johnathan Franklin - RB - UCLA HT 5-10 WT 201

5. Kwame Geathers - NT - Georgia HT 6-6 WT 350*

5. Marquise Goodwin- WR - Texas HT 5-09 WT 179

6. Nick Kasa - TE - Colorado HT 6-6 WT 271

7. Tyrann Mathieu - CB - LSU HT 5-09 WT 178

7. Kyle Juszczyk - FB - Harvard HT 6-1 WT 248


Football courses through the Geathers family - especially in SEC country.
Kwame's brother, Robert, played for Georgia from 2001-03 and is currently a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. Another brother, Clifton, went to South Carolina and is also in the NFL now with the Indianapolis Colts. Their father, Robert Geathers, Sr., also played for the Gamecock and was a third-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 1981. Uncle James "Jumpy" Geathers" played 13 NFL seasons after starring at Wichita State.
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