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Old 01-11-2006   #1
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Anybody hear of guys from small schools that might drop down and then become a valuable player? Here's a couple:

Roderkus Wright- Not my find, a great looking defensive lineman.
http://www.nlscouting.com/Spotlights/RWright.htm

Chris Gocong- DE/OLB tweener, 6'3" 257. Has won numerous awards, including Buck Buchanon for best 1AA defensive player.
http://www.calpolymustangs.com/footb...FCAgocong.html

A.J. Schable- Another DE/OLB tweener, 6'6" 280.
http://www.usdcoyotes.com/sports/foo...PLAYER_ID=1421

Kevin Culbert- DE/OLB tweener, leads D3 in sacks per game(1.5) and tackles for a loss per game(3.0). 6'5" 244
http://sports.frostburg.edu/news/rel...id_number=3972

Barrick Nealy- Can play either QB or WR. 6'5" 215.
http://txstatebobcats.collegesports....barrick00.html

Digger Anderson- ILB/SS 6'0" 228.
http://www.fightingsioux.com/sports/...PLAYER_ID=3513

These are just a few guys I saw while looking around. I'd be glad to hear you're imput about them, or other small school guys I have not listed.
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There's a CB from Ohio, his name is Bynum or Byrum, and he looked awesome in the two games I saw. He beat Pittsburgh almost by himself, had two int. returns for TD's. I'm really interested to see if he gets drafted or if he is ignored because of playing for Ohio.
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There's a CB from Ohio, his name is Bynum or Byrum, and he looked awesome in the two games I saw. He beat Pittsburgh almost by himself, had two int. returns for TD's. I'm really interested to see if he gets drafted or if he is ignored because of playing for Ohio.
I remember that. It was really early in the season was'nt it?
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Barrick Nealy is a poor man's Vince Young...maybe pick him up late in the draft, i'd give a 7th rounder for him. Tony Banks has to go eventually.
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I'll agree to that, Banks is not a needed player.
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