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Old 04-15-2006   #1
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These are a few of the small school guys I thought could translate well into the NFL. Late round picks-free agents mainly. I did not include the guys that went to the combine. I also took their best pro day time. I'm trying to find stats but some of them are giving me some trouble. I'll have them by late tonight hopefully.

Digger Anderson-ILB/SS, North Dakota
40 time: 4.91 (Numerous reports of 4.6)
Short shuttle: 4.33
Three cone: 6.95
Vertical: 31”
Broad: 9’9”
Bench: 18



Roderkus Wright-DE/DT, Grossmont
40 time: 4.95
Short shuttle: 4.7
Three cone: N/A
Vertical: N/A
Broad: N/A
Bench: 22



Charlie Cosgrove-DE, St. Cloud State
40 time: 4.82
Short shuttle: 4.5
Three cone: 7.44
Vertical: 31.5”
Broad: 8’7”
Bench: 34




Jason Hunter-DE/LB, Appalachian State
40 time: 4.53
Short shuttle: 4.23
Three cone: 6.93
Vertical: 34.5”
Broad: 10’2”
Bench: 22






Jermaine Lee-DE/LB, Albany
40 time: 4.63
Short shuttle: 4.59
Three cone: 7.64
Vertical: 34”
Broad: 9’3”
Bench: N/A




John DiGiogio- LB, Saginaw Valley State
40 time: 4.87
Short shuttle: 4.2
Three cone: 7.06
Vertical: 31.5”
Broad: 9’11”
Bench: 16




Travis DeSisso-S, Harding
40 time: 4.49
Short shuttle: 4.04
Three cone: 6.78
Vertical: 31”
Broad: 10’5”
Bench: 21




Torrance Daniels- S/LB, Harding
40 time: 4.68
Short shuttle: 4.32
Three cone: 6.72
Vertical: 31.5”
Broad: 9’9”
Bench: 20






AJ Schable-DE, South Dakota
40 time: 4.74
Short shuttle: 4.27
Three cone: 7.25
Vertical: 30”
Broad: 8’10”
Bench: 31


Here are some links that I found this info on:
http://www.nfl.com/draft/analysis/individual_workouts
http://www.nextlevelscoutinginc.com/...d=13&Itemid=28
http://www.d2football.com/index.php?...ome.proHopeful

Feel free to add some of your own finds or post comments about these guys.

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Miles Austin
WR Monmouth
6'2" 215lbs

40: 4.47
20: 2.64
10: 1.56

Vertical: 40 & 1/2"
Broad Jump: 10'3"

Shuttle: 4.14
3 Cone: 7.05

2005 Recieving:
Games Played: 8
Receptions: 49
Yards: 1004
TDs: 11
Average: 20.5 Yards per catch
100+ games: 5
200+ games: 2
2+ TD games: 3

Career Recieving
Receptions: 150
Yards: 2867
TDs: 33
Average: 19.1

Best Game:
Receptions: 10
Yards: 235
TDs: 4

Special Teams: 2005(career)
Punt Returns: 1(2)
Punt TDs: 1(2)
Punt Return yards: 29(49)
Kick Return: 1
Kick Return Yards: 16
Blocked kicks: 2(2)

Rushing: 2005(career)
Rushes: 9(15)
Rush Yards: 54(147)
Rush Avg: 6(9.8)

Scouting Report

http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/sco...lesaustin.html

Strengths:
Has great size...Knows how to use his big frame...Tough and strong...Has good hands...Displays excellent balls skills...Great leaper...Is not afraid to work the middle of the field...Hard worker with top intangibles...Was dominant at his level.

Weaknesses:
Did not play against elite competition...Is not very quick and doesn't play as fast as he times...Is not much of a deep threat...Is not a great blocker...Doesn't run great routes...Has some trouble off the line...Project who still needs some work.

Notes:
Monmouth’s career leader in every receiving category, with 150 receptions, 2,867 yards and 33 touchdowns...Has ideal measurables and might make for a good possession receiver...On the rise and one of the top sleepers in this entire draft.
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13. Chris Kuper, North Dakota
6-4 3/8 310 5.15 7th round

Strengths: Shows leverage and power when run blocking. Consistently gets to the linebacker level and hits moving targets. Works well when pulling and trapping. Can knock back defenders. Gets set quickly in pass protection. Mirrors and slides well.

Weaknesses: Hasn't faced elite competition. Must strengthen lower body; could struggle against NFL bull rushers. Isn't overwhelming at the point of attack. Shows inconsistent technique and must improve footwork.

Bottom line: Kuper needs a year or two to develop but could turn out to be a day 2 steal. Final grade: 4.2 (that's quality backup on the sporting news grading scale)

Also, he was selected as the most athletic guard in this year's draft class.

Most Athletic:
Chris Kuper, North Dakota

Has not seen big-time competition and his skills need polishing, but is an outstanding natural athlete.
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Miles Austin
WR Monmouth
6'2" 215lbs

40: 4.47
20: 2.64
10: 1.56

Vertical: 40 & 1/2"
Broad Jump: 10'3"

Shuttle: 4.14
3 Cone: 7.05

2005 Recieving:
Games Played: 8
Receptions: 49
Yards: 1004
TDs: 11
Average: 20.5 Yards per catch
100+ games: 5
200+ games: 2
2+ TD games: 3

Career Recieving
Receptions: 150
Yards: 2867
TDs: 33
Average: 19.1

Best Game:
Receptions: 10
Yards: 235
TDs: 4

Special Teams: 2005(career)
Punt Returns: 1(2)
Punt TDs: 1(2)
Punt Return yards: 29(49)
Kick Return: 1
Kick Return Yards: 16
Blocked kicks: 2(2)

Rushing: 2005(career)
Rushes: 9(15)
Rush Yards: 54(147)
Rush Avg: 6(9.8)

Scouting Report

http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/sco...lesaustin.html

Strengths:
Has great size...Knows how to use his big frame...Tough and strong...Has good hands...Displays excellent balls skills...Great leaper...Is not afraid to work the middle of the field...Hard worker with top intangibles...Was dominant at his level.

Weaknesses:
Did not play against elite competition...Is not very quick and doesn't play as fast as he times...Is not much of a deep threat...Is not a great blocker...Doesn't run great routes...Has some trouble off the line...Project who still needs some work.

Notes:
Monmouth’s career leader in every receiving category, with 150 receptions, 2,867 yards and 33 touchdowns...Has ideal measurables and might make for a good possession receiver...On the rise and one of the top sleepers in this entire draft.
Cool. Sounds like he could be a good late round guy.

I did only D prospects because thats where I think the Texans need the most help.
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13. Chris Kuper, North Dakota
6-4 3/8 310 5.15 7th round

Strengths: Shows leverage and power when run blocking. Consistently gets to the linebacker level and hits moving targets. Works well when pulling and trapping. Can knock back defenders. Gets set quickly in pass protection. Mirrors and slides well.

Weaknesses: Hasn't faced elite competition. Must strengthen lower body; could struggle against NFL bull rushers. Isn't overwhelming at the point of attack. Shows inconsistent technique and must improve footwork.

Bottom line: Kuper needs a year or two to develop but could turn out to be a day 2 steal. Final grade: 4.2 (that's quality backup on the sporting news grading scale)

Also, he was selected as the most athletic guard in this year's draft class.

Most Athletic:
Chris Kuper, North Dakota

Has not seen big-time competition and his skills need polishing, but is an outstanding natural athlete.
I've read alot about this guy too. Many people want him as a project.
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The guys from my list that I think have a legit shot at the NFL level are Schabel, Anderson and Daniels. Maybe Cosgrove

Schable-1.63 10 yd
-6'3" 281lbs

Anderson-1.67 10 yd
-6'1 230lbs

Daniels- Cant find 10 yd time
-6'3" 248lbs

Cosgrove- 1.66 10 yd
-6'1 271lbs
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I was bored so I did the power rankings or what ever they are called where you add up the broad jump, vertical and bench reps. Some guys I could not do because they had incomplete numbers but here they are:

Charlie Cosgrove 74.2
AJ Schable- 69.1
Jason Hunter-66.7
Travis DeSisso- 62.5
Torrence Daniels- 61.4
Digger Anderson-58.9
John DiGiogio- 56.61
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I know we just got a tight end in Putzier, but I came across this guy:

Zac Alcorn-TE, Black Hills State
40 time: Between 4.64 and 4.72
Short Shuttle: 4.35
3 Cone: 7.22
Vertical: 36"
Broad: 9'8"
Bench: 33

Thats pretty good for a late round guy.
http://www.nextlevelscoutinginc.com/...d=13&Itemid=28
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Here is a a new guy. He is a corner from Towson State.

Allante Harrison- CB, Towson State
40 time: 4.37
Short shuttle: 4.1
Three cone: 6.88
Vertical: 37”
Broad: 10’6”
Bench: N/A

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...layable%3Atrue

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Here is a a new guy. He is a corner from Towson State.

Allante Harrison- CB, Towson State
40 time: 4.37
Short shuttle: 4.1
Three cone: 6.88
Vertical: 37”
Broad: 10’6”
Bench: N/A

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...layable%3Atrue
yeah i saw that video, he is pretty good. How he tackles and follows the receiver reminds me of Champ Bailey.
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How tall is this kid.
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5'10" or 5'9". Around 170-180 pounds.
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He's light and short. Could lead to injuries in the pros.
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saw the video he looks good, somewhat like a project similar to Chris McKenzie. He is a willing tackler, but not very good technique and in the couple of shots of his backpedal he does not stay over his feet well, but like I said a project, could be an interesting signing after the draft and could make the practice team. Question is can he return punts.
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Check this linebacker out

Sterling Green - LB - Bowie State
40 time - 4.43
shuttle- 3.99
3-cone - 6.98
vertical - 37"
broad - 10'10"
bench - 12 reps of 225 ((didnt warm up for this))
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Ok guys if you are going to list your prospects please put height and weight. BTW Sterling Green looks more like a SS Michael Boulware type project than an actual LB.
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