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Old 01-15-2005   #4
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Grigsby [2 takcles and 2 assists] looked good, but (and I hate to say this with all the pub Boomer gets, and he sounds like a great kid) Liam Ezekial was a MONSTER [6 tackles and 1 assist]. The only question with Ezekial is can he drop into coverage, cause Grigsby certainly looked like he had the speed to do it. Plus Grigsby was a beast on special teams.

Darrel Reid, DT form Minnesota, looked good. Drew the occasional double team, and free-ed up which ever backer played behind him pretty constantly. 2 tackles 0 assists and a sack (only player to register a sack).

Sidney Haugabrook, DB from Delaware looked decent. 2 tackles an assist 1 pass defended and an INT.

Brandon Jacobs, RB form Southern Illionis, also looked good. May have changed teh minds of some teams about changing him into a TE. Kid ran over a few players today. 11 rushes for 102 yrds 2 tds with a long of 52 yrds.

The biggest disappionment was Scott Mruczkowski, C from Bowling Green. Kid looked strong, but I never recalled him getting to the second level of the defense.

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