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Old 01-24-2005   #1
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Tomorrow is weigh-in day, where we will find out just how inaccurate college media guides are. Cornerbacks who were 6-0 in the SEC suddenly become 5-10 in the week of high-profile practices before the Senior Bowl. Practices start up too, and they’re always competitive. Should be fun.
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# (11:30 AM): Players weight in... This week's Senior Bowl week kicked off with the measuring and weighing of players this morning. OTs Adam Terry of Syracuse and Wesley Britt of Alabama were the tallest players, both at 6-7 1/2; they were followed by OTs Jeremy Parquet of Southern Miss and Eastern Washington's Micheal Roos, both of whom measured in at just over 6-6. Meanwhile, another OT, Rob Petitti of Pittsburgh, was the heaviest player at 361 pounds. DT Anthony Bryant of Alabama was 345, while Virginia OG Elton Brown tipped the scales at 331. On the other hand, the shortest player as Kansas State RB Darren Sproles was measured in at barely 5-5, while Oklahoma State was the lighest position player at 170 pounds. Hopefully, we'll have the full list of heights and weights tomorow morning.
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I'm really looking forward to seeing Matt Jones at WR, also I really want to see if Roddy White lives up to the hype. I'd like to see Charlie Frye play too since I haven't ever seen him play, and he's being mentioned as one of the top 5 or 10 QBs. Jamaal Brimmer is a favorite of mine at S, and I want to see how he plays on a bigger stage.
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LoL Sproles is only 5'5"? I realize he has good speed and is elusive, but that's just way too short to be successful in the NFL...He's even smaller than Quint Griffin...
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Carnell Williams said Sunday he has always been a Jon Gruden fan. Gruden, however, said later Sunday afternoon that his Tampa Bay Buccaneers weren't interested in the former Auburn running back. "We have no interest in him whatsoever," Gruden said. Then Gruden smiled and laughed a knowing little laugh. The Bucs are interested in Williams. It's the worst-kept secret since Prince Charles' affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles.

The two sides might talk of interest in others, but the body language -- if not the words themselves -- give the truth away. Williams and the Buccaneers are basically dating this week at the Senior Bowl, where Williams is the most prolific running back on the South team roster.
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A conference breakdown of the roster reveals the Southeastern Conference, to no surprise, leads with 24 players on the South roster.

The Pac-10 is next with 16 players, followed by the Big Ten with 12. The Atlantic Coast Conference and Big 12 each have 11 players. All ACC players are on the South roster and all Big Ten players are on the North. Pac-10 and Big 12 players are split between both teams.

-- DUPLICATE NUMBERS: For the first time in Senior Bowl history, some players will have duplicate numbers on the same team -- a practice that is now common in college football.

The players with duplicate numbers will always play on opposite sides of the ball.

For example, you will notice on the South roster that Georgia quarterback David Greene and Auburn defensive back Carlos Rogers will each wear No. 14, and Georgia wide receiver Reggie Brown and Virginia Tech defensive back Eric Green will each wear No. 1.

Some of the other duplicate numbers include No. 84 on the South (LSU's Marcus Spears and Southern Cal tight end Alex Holmes); No. 47 on the South (Tennessee punt er Dustin Colquitt and Virginia Tech defensive lineman Jim Davis); and No. 1 on the North (Howard defensive back Ronald Bartell and Northern Colorado receiver Vincent Jackson).

"It's an opportunity to let the players wear the numbers they have worn throughout their collegiate careers," said Senior Bowl media relations director Vic Knight. "From a fan standpoint, it allows them to better identify a player when he is wearing the number they are accustomed to seeing that player wear."
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Lorenzo Alexander, California 6014 290
Jonathan Babineaux, Iowa 6017 279
Attiyah Ellison, Missouri 6035 305
Antaaj Hawthorne, Wisconsin 6027 317
Matt Roth, Iowa 6031 263
Bill Swancutt, Oregon St. 6036 266
Jimmy Verdon, Arizona St. 6026 274

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Anthony Bryant, Alabama 6023 345
Shaun Cody, USC 6035 293
Jim Davis, Virginia Tech 6027 272
George Gause, South Carolina 6036 268
Ronald Fields, Mississippi St. 6016 307
Mike Montgomery, Texas A&M 6043 271
Mike Patterson, USC 5113 290
Marcus Spears, L.S.U. 6033 302

Mark Clayton, Oklahoma 5096 187 (5'9" ?? shorter than I thought)
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DT Anttaj Hawthorne of Wisconsin was mobbed by Dallas and Arizona scouts Carolina talked with J.J. Arrington, Michael Roos and Manuel White
Baltimore spoke with Adam Terry,
Taylor Stubblefield talked with San Francisco and New Orleans
Cincinnati and New Orleans sought out OG Marcus Johnson of Ole Miss
Ben Wilkerson spoke with Kansas City
Corey Webster conversed with Carolina as well as former NFL safety Marcus Robertson, now working with the Titans.

Still trying to find out some stuff about the Texans, will do my best in the next few hours
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I hope we talk to Logan Mankins. We steal him early second and Pitts might be a back up by next season. That boy can move folks like rag dolls, excellent for our zone blocking scheme.....
Pitts, Wand, and Wade are set for us. Pitts and Wand will improve significantly, and I think everyone on the board shares the same opinion. If we do get Mankins he will try to beat out Weigert for the RG position. We could live with Weigert for a season but he's getting old and he's not going to improve anymore, so we may replace him this or next season with very probably Milford Brown or Fred Weary. But I wouldn't rule out picking a RG for us in this draft. Also I dont see Mankins going in the second round. I'll say a mid to late third, but hey I might be wrong.
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I got this little blurb about the Texans on another message board.

"Texans scouts were also discussing Wesley Britt (Alabama) and openly admitted they are high on the left tackle."
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Pretty interesting guy. Here is a bit of info on him...

http://www.collegefootballnews.com/2...esleyBritt.htm
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Wesley Britt, 6-7 315, SR, Alabama

Wesley sustained a broken leg last year. But has really healed up and is playing as good as any tackle in the nation right now. He was recently selected to the prestigious Street & Smith's and Walter Camp Football Foundation's 1st Team All-American Team. This monster is extremely talented, he was a 1st team All-ACC left tackle before his fracture. He is very good blocking downfield and powerful in the running game. Alabama had a tremendous running game all year despite injuries to backfield stars. Britt was the lead blocker for the SEC's best ground attack dominating with 55 knockdown blocks.
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Pretty interesting guy. Here is a bit of info on him...

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This guy is awesome. I was contemplating trading down in the 2nd to pick him up as the Browns future LT. This guy is a beast.
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2005 Senior Bowl South Team – Coaching Staff: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

QB 17 Jason Campbell 6-4 221 Auburn
QB 14 David Greene 6-3 231 Georgia
QB 16 Brock Berlin 6-1 215 Miami (FL)
RB 30 Nehemiah Broughton 5-11 252 The Citadel
RB 25 Kay-Jay Harris 6-0 229 West Virginia
RB 21 Cedric Houston 5-11 215 Tennessee
RB 23 Will Mathews 6-1 259 Texas
RB 24 Cadillac Williams 5-11 212 Auburn
WR 1 Reggie Brown 6-1 197 Georgia
WR 20 Airese Currie 5-10 178 Clemson
WR 82 Fred Gibson 6-4 193 Georgia
WR 9 Matt Jones 6-6 237 Arkansas
WR 11 Craphonso Thorpe 6-1 189 Florida State
WR 3 Roydell Williams 6-0 187 Tulane
TE 84 Alex Holmes 6-1 269 USC
TE 85 Cody McCarty 6-4 267 TCU
OL 70 Wesley Britt 6-7 313 Alabama
OL 72 Jason Brown 6-2 332 North Carolina
OL 76 Marcus Johnson 6-6 316 Ole Miss
OL 71 Logan Mankins 6-3 317 Fresno State
OL 51 Evan Mathis 6-5 308 Alabama
OL 78 Chris Myers 6-4 302 Miami (FL)
OL 77 Jeremy Parquet 6-7 324 Southern Miss
OL 60 David Stewart 6-5 315 Mississippi State
OL 73 Michael Watson 6-4 289 West Virginia
OL 61 Ray Willis 6-5 320 Florida State
DL 97 Anthony Bryant 6-3 336 Alabama
DL 85 Shaun Cody 6-4 292 USC
DL 47 Jim Davis 6-3 276 Virginia Tech
DL 95 George Gause 6-5 271 South Carolina
DL 93 Ronald Fields 6-1 310 Mississippi State
DL 99 Mike Montgomery 6-4 280 Texas A&M
DL 98 Mike Patterson 6-0 292 USC
DL 84 Marcus Spears 6-4 295 LSU
DE/LB 94 Demarcus Ware 6-4 232 Troy
LB 27 Michael Boley 6-2 225 Southern Miss
LB 2 Leroy Hill 6-1 220 Clemson
LB 33 Marcus Lawrence 6-2 235 South Carolina
LB 54 Robert McCune 6-0 243 Louisville
LB 16 Cornelius Wortham 6-2 234 Alabama
DB 22 James Butler 6-2 205 Georgia Tech
DB 6 Nick Collins 5-10 193 Bethune-Cookman
DB 29 Travis Daniels 6-2 188 LSU
DB 18 Vincent Fuller 6-1 196 Virginia Tech
DB 1 Eric Green 5-11 197 Virginia Tech
DB 8 Bryant McFadden 5-11 191 Florida State
DB 14 Carlos Rogers 6-0 195 Auburn
DB 4 Junior Rosegreen 5-11 189 Auburn
DB 13 Corey Webster 6-0 202 LSU
K 86 Jonathan Nichols 5-11 182 Ole Miss
P 47 Dustin Colqiutt 6-1 196 Tennessee

2005 Senior Bowl North Team – Coaching Staff: Oakland Raiders

QB 5 Charlie Frye 6-4 227 Akron
QB 7 Dan Orlovsky 6-5 232 Connecticut
QB 18 Kyle Orton 6-4 217 Purdue
RB 30 J.J. Arrington 5-9 204 California
RB 20 Noah Herron 5-10 231 Northwestern
RB 43 Darren Sproles 5-6 181 Kansas State
RB 40 Zach Tuiasosopo 6-2 249 Washington
RB 29 Manuel White 6-2 251 UCLA
WR 87 Craig Bragg 6-1 198 UCLA
WR 9 Mark Clayton 5-10 185 Oklahoma
WR 1 Vincent Jackson 6-5 223 Northern Colorado
WR 82 Brandon Jones 6-2 215 Oklahoma
WR 19 Courtney Roby 6-0 184 Indiana
WR 21 Taylor Stubblefield 5-11 172 Purdue
TE 84 Joel Dreessen 6-4 257 Colorado State
TE 81 Alex Smith 6-4 255 Stanford
OL 75 David Baas 6-4 311 Michigan
OL 65 Khalif Barnes 6-5 305 Washington
OL 67 Dan Buenning 6-5 310 Wisconsin
OL 50 Jonathan Clinkscale 6-4 304 Wisconsin
OL 55 Junius Coston 6-3 307 North Carolina A&T
OL 79 Justin Geisinger 6-4 342 Vanderbilt
OL 71 Michael Roos 6-7 313 Eastern Washington
OL 72 Adam Snyder 6-5 325 Oregon
OL 78 Adam Terry 6-8 305 Syracuse
DL 76 Lorenzo Alexander 6-1 295 California
DL 45 Jonathan Babineaux 6-2 276 Iowa
DL 97 Attiyah Ellison 6-4 303 Missouri
DL 77 Antaaj Hawthorne 6-2 310 Wisconsin
DL 31 Matt Roth 6-3 262 Iowa
DL 91 Bill Swancutt 6-4 264 Oregon State
DL 90 Jimmy Verdon 6-3 278 Arizona State
DL 80 Marcus White 6-4 280 Murray State
DE/LB 92 Trent Cole 6-2 243 Cincinnati
LB 41 Alfred Fincher 6-1 240 Connecticut
LB 10 Lance Mitchell 6-2 245 Oklahoma
LB 34 Kirk Morrison 6-1 236 San Diego State
LB 17 Jared Newberry 6-1 224 Stanford
LB 38 Barrett Ruud 6-2 240 Nebraska
DB 21 Oshiomogho Atogwe 5-11 203 Stanford
DB 1 Ronald Bartell 6-2 198 Howard
DB 27 Jamaal Brimmer 6-1 213 UNLV
DB 37 Sean Considine 6-0 206 Iowa
DB 3 Abraham Elimimian 5-9 193 Hawaii
DB 9 Alphonso Hodge 5-11 203 Miami (OH)
DB 8 Darrent Williams 5-9 175 Oklahoma State
DB 2 Stanley Wilson 5-11 181 Stanford
K 85 Mike Nugent 5-9 175 Ohio State
P 18 Cole Farden 5-10 199 Oklahoma State
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Looks like we won't be seeing Mitchell or Orlovsky today. Out with the flu.
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Poor pass by Ortin. Butler cherry picked that one.
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You kinda have to make sure you have the ball before you start running...
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JJ Arrington may be a product of his wide open spread offense the same way the backs in run and shoot schemes produce big numbers.
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