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Old 04-02-2013   #17
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Default Re: Colt McCoy traded to 49ers

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Originally Posted by houstonspartan View Post
Um, I never said anything about USC's quarterbacks. I never said anything about USC, period. We are talking about UT, not USC.

And, we're talking about overall players, NOT just QB's. UT's history is pretty solid at mediocre overall players.

But, since you want to talk about USC, USC, at the very least, occasionally spins out superstars like Clay Matthews, and decent players like Brian Cushing.

UT's history of developing professional football players is shameful.
Wow... I know they don't have a good track record at QB, but here's a list of guys from UT that are currently in the NFL:

Brian Orakpo
Earl Thomas
Henry Melton
Phil Dawson
Justin Tucker
Casey Hampton
Jamaal Charles
Sam Acho
Cedric Benson
Jermichael Finley
Quinten Jammer

A lot of the guys above are/were at least Probowl guys. That's a pretty good list of actives, plus all the mid-level guys I didn't list. I doubt there are that many schools that are that far ahead of them, but feel free to go look around and find how they stack up against others.
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