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Old 06-29-2005   #1
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Default WR Rosco Crosby in supplement draft

he is entering supplement draft also.

http://search.netscape.com/ns/boomfr...pyid%253D27100

sporting news has him ranked as #5 of the senor Wideouts coming next year.

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articl...24/ai_66456085

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rosby Fact: Set a Clemson record for receptions and reception yards by a first-year freshman with 27-465 in 2001

Fall 2002 Depth Chart Position: Reserve Wide Receiver

Year Lettered: 2001

Bowl Experience: Had four receptions and a touchdown catch against Louisiana Tech in 2001 Humanitarian Bowl.

Overview: Will sit out the 2002 season recovering from elbow surgery...had Tommy John Surgery on June 25, 2002 in Birmingham, AL, a surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews...will spend the year at Clemson going through rehab and working on his studies...two-sport star, he is a college football player at Clemson and professional baseball player with the Kansas City Royals organization ...highly regarded wide receiver who came on strong at the end of the 2001 season...had great performance in the bowl win over Louisiana Tech, he had four catches for 69 yards and a score ...had an injury plagued first year, he was injured in the second game of the season against Wofford and had just six catches over his first four games...had 21 of his 27 receptions over the last six games...finished third in the ACC in yards per reception with a 17.2 average (given a minimum of 20 receptions)...had his best game in regular season finale against Duke when he caught six passes for 139 yards and two scores...that set Clemson single game receiving yardage record by a Tiger freshman...named ACC Rookie of the Week for that performance...also named top receiver in the ACC by USA TODAY.com for that week...finished year with 27-465, Clemson single season records for receptions and reception yards by a first-year freshman...had a 47-yard scoring pass and 58-yard scoring pass from Woodrow Dantzler in the Duke game at Clemson...scored on a 53-yard reception from Dantzler in the second period that put Clemson ahead for good at 14-10...had best road game at Maryland with 4-61 and his first career touchdown...had four catches for 42 yards at South Carolina...got off to a good start with 3-64 against Central Florida...his 33-yard catch set up a Clemson score...led Clemson in reception yardage that game...suffered a sprained knee early in the Wofford game on September 8...missed the Virginia game with the sprained knee, then played 13 snaps at Georgia Tech, but was never the intended receiver...suffered broken nose at Tech and missed the win at NC State...came back to action against North Carolina... missed just two games overall, showing his toughness ... started four games (including the bowl game) and played in 10...fourth in the team in receptions, his 17.2 per catch figure was second on the team behind teammate and classmate Airese Currie ...a second-round pick and 53rd selection of the June 2001 major league draft...yet to play a professional baseball game .
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11. Roscoe Crosby, WR-OF, Union, S.C.: He's 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, runs a 4.35 40, is rated the nation's No. 2 wide receiver prospect and is a top-half first-round outfield prospect in baseball. How good is he? Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden has said if Crosby signs with the 'Noles he will allow him to play pro baseball in the summer and wideout for the 'Noles during the academic season. If Crosby were to go to South Carolina, one of his quarterbacks would be the No. 1 rated JUCO QB prospect in the land, Corey Jenkins of Garden City, Kan., who was a first-round pick of the Red Sox in 1995. Jenkins played four pro baseball seasons, went back to school and now, at 24, is set to be Chris Weinke II. While Jenkins was a No. 1 selection, Weinke was a No. 3.
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Former CLEMSON wide receiver ROSCOE CROSBY (#25) worked out for scouts at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina on Friday morning, July 1st, as between 18-20 teams were in attendance for his "Pro Day"... weighed in at 6013, 218 pounds... he was 6016, 204 pounds at Clemson's Pro Day in early March... ran between 4.45 and 4.52 in the 40... fastest watch read 4.43 and slowest was 4.57... 18 reps of 225 pounds... 35-36" vertical, as he jumped against the side of the wall in the weight room, so various team's added roughly 2" to his jump... 10 1/4" broad jump... agility drills were done on the same grass field, as his 40-times, which was soft and created some slipping and plenty of divots, so a consensus of his times were not immediately made available... free agent NFL quarterback SHAUN KING was in attendance to throw passes to Crosby, but tightness in his (Iliotibial "IT" Band) right leg along with some cramping forced them to complete just 3-5 reps before an on-site rehab physician, Stephan Parker, recommended that he take a break... the physician took members of all 18-20 NFL teams aside to explain the tightness and potential to cause an injury by pushing it on the field... "That is not actually considered an injury, the tightness can occur in the leg from the stress of a workout... it usually just takes a few days of good rehab, which includes rest, ice, compression and elevation, so there should be no lingering ill effects for the athlete", explained a physician we spoke with... it was roughly 90-95 degrees and there was still a lot of humidity left from previous days, so the field was somewhat soft and created a lot of divots... “It was so unfortunate that he wasn’t completely healthy because his biggest strength is his route-running and the ability to catch,” (Shaun) King said in an interview with "The State" on Friday... Carolina, New Orleans, NY Giants, Chicago, Miami and Kansas City seemed to spend more time evaluating him during Friday's workout... Crosby intends to perform for scouts again, a few days before the Supplemental Draft, so that they can see him do positional drills, catch passes and possibly run the 40-yard dash again... this would mirror when running back Tony Hollings (Houston) performed a second workout the day before the 2003 NFL Supplemental Draft... his second workout will be held at the PLEX (741 Fashion Drive, Columbia, SC (803) 360-7300) on July 12th, with a start time of 11AM, this is an indoor complex to protect against possible weather conditions... please contact his agent for any/all additional information, directions or to receive a video copy of last Friday's workout.
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Receiver Had Been Away From Game for Three Years
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The Indianapolis Colts didn't have to use a draft choice, but they made a move from Thursday's supplemental draft by reaching an agreement with former Clemson wide receiver Roscoe Crosby.

Crosby wasn't selected during the seven-round draft, but was being pursued by four teams who wanted to sign him to a rookie contract. The Colts made the most convincing pitch and reached an agreement by late Thursday afternoon.

Terms of the deal weren't known, except that it will probably be for three years.

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So what has he been doing the past 3 years, playing baseball?
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So what has he been doing the past 3 years, playing baseball?
That and a rehab from Tommy John surgery.
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on nfl.com it said his baseball career was over because of an injury he had in a car accident.
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