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Old 08-19-2007   #1
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I have decided to take this down and wait for another time

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Comment if you want. The Pass rushers list is only for the guys who did not make the DE or OLB list. I do not think all these guys will do well or even make the pros, I just wanted to make everything even at 5. Maybe 10 of these guys will have a decent pro career. I will post height, weight, and last years stats later. I hope to post current stats every couple of weeks throughout the season, and change my "small school big board" (which I will also post later").
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Oops, If this thread could be closed, that would be cool.

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I had a list posted, but I took it down after I watched some more film. I was not happy with how I ranked some of them.
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Well dang it had me all set to investagte stuff and now it's gone. Kinda like getting to second base and finding out she doesn't shave her arm pits.
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Well dang it had me all set to investagte stuff and now it's gone. Kinda like getting to second base and finding out she doesn't shave her arm pits.
Lol. Maybe a couple more weeks and I will have it ready. Sorry for the confusion.
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Okay, first let me apologize for the earlier posts. Here is the real thing. The stats are last years.

Top 5 QB
1) Josh Johnson, San Diego
6’3” 195 lbs, 246 for 341 (66.3%), 3320 yards, 34 TD, 5 INT
107 rush for 720 yards, 11TD

2) Ricky Santos, New Hampshire
6’2” 215 lbs, 293 for 432 (67.8%), 3125 yards, 29 TD, 7 INT
150 rush for 348 yards, 12 TD

3) Joe Flacco, Delaware
6’6”, 230 lbs, 264 for 417 (63.3%), 2783 yards, 18 TD, 10 INT
83 rush for 54 yards, 5 TD

4) Daniel Polk, Midwestern State
6’2” 202 lbs, 77 for 137, 1114 yards, 12 TD, 5 INT
154 rush for 1199 yards, 11 TD

5) Kyle Spotts, Kutztown
6’3” 201 lbs, 156 for 271, 2155 yards, 20 TD, 10 INT

Top 5 RB
1) Danny Woodhead, Chadron State
5’9” 200 lbs, 344 rush for 2756 yards (8.0), 34 TD
45 receptions for 403 yards, 4 TD

2) Lex Hilliard, Montana
6’ 235 lbs, 249 rush for 1322 yards (5.3), 12 TD
11 receptions for 144 yards, 2 TD

3) Donald Chapman, Tennessee-Martin
5’10” 235 yards, 269 rush for 1412 yards (5.2), 15 TD
8 receptions for 37 yards

4) Xavier Oman, Northwest Missouri State
5’11” 220 lbs, 323 rush for 1518 yards (4.4), 22 TD
17 receptions for 172 yards, 2 TD

5) Justin Beaver, Wisconsin Whitewater
5’8” 196 lbs, 266 rush for 1369 yards (5.1), 4 TD
4 receptions for 29 yards

Top FB
1) Jerome Felton, Furman
6’, 247 lbs, 162 for 707 yards (4.4), 23 TD
13 receptions for 85 yards

Top 5 Wide Receivers
1) Bruce Hocker, Duquesne
6’4” 205 lbs, 61 receptions for 1070 yards (17.5), 16 TD

2) Pierre Garcon, Mount Union
6’ 205 lbs, 67 receptions for 1212 yards (18.1), 17 TD
7 rush for 106 yards, 2 TD

3) Edward Williams, Lane
6’4” 215 lbs, 36 receptions for 544 yards (15.4), 5 TD

4) Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina
6’3” 190 lbs, 61 receptions for 1077 yards (17.7), 16 TD

5) Joe White, Earlham
6’5” 190 lbs, 49 receptions for 663 yards (13.5), 13 TD

Top 5 TE
1) Kolo Kapanui, West Texas A&M
6’5” 255 lbs, 26 receptions for 286 yards (11), 2 TD

2) Louis Irizzary, Youngstown State
6’5” 255 lbs, 25 receptions for 304 yards (12.2), 2 TD

3) Matt Sherry, Villanova
6’4” 255 lbs, 19 receptions for 249 yards (13.1), 1 TD

4) Chris Wagner, South Dakota State
6’6” 255 lbs, 24 receptions for 265 yards (11), 2 TD

5) Joseph Tuineau, Southeast Missouri State
6’8” 280 lbs, 6 receptions for 63 yards (10.5)

Top 5 OL
1) (OG) Heath Benedict, Newberry, 6’6” 335 lbs

2) (OT) Chad Rinehart, Northern Iowa, 6’5” 310 lbs

3) (OG) Mackenzy Bernadeau, Bentley, 6’4” 305 lbs

4) (OT) Tim Silver, Richmond, 6’6” 330 lbs

5) (OC) Jake Gable, Northern Colorado, 6’3” 295 lbs

Top 5 DE
1) Kendall Langford, Hampton
6’6” 294 lbs, 55 Tackles, 15.5 TFL, 8 sacks, 1 FF

2) Rudolph Hardie, Howard
6’1” 270 lbs, 54 Tackles, 22 TFL, 10 sacks, 3 FF

3) Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb
6'5" 280 lbs

4) Alex Hall, St. Augustine
6’5” 238 lbs, 18 TFL, 12 sacks

5) Bryan Robinson, Wesley
98 Tackles, 30.5 TFL, 13.5 sacks, 3 FF

Top 5 DT
1) Kurt Hout, Ferris State
6’1” 285 lbs, 25 tackles, 7 TFL

2) Vernon Bryant, Hampton
6’2” 285 lbs, 24 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 3.5 sacks

3) Dave Howell, Portland State
6’4” 310 lbs,

4) Viliami Akoteu, Idaho State
6’3” 340 lbs, 19 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 sacks

5) Don Miller, Alfred
6’2” 310 lbs, 45.5 tackles, 6 TFL, 4 sacks, 1 FF

Top 5 OLB
1) Andy Studebaker, Wheaton
6’4” 255 lbs, 24.5 TFL, 17.5 sacks

2) Bryan Smith, McNeese State
6’3” 230 lbs, 84 tackles, 23 TFL, 13.5 sacks

3) Steve Allen, West Texas A&M
6’1” 231 lbs, 76 tackles, 7.5 TFL, 3 sacks

4) Shane Simmons, Western Washington
6’1” 226 lbs, 56 Tackles, 7 TFL, 1 sack

5) Kevin Adleman, Wofford
6’2” 241 lbs, 66 Tackles, 5 TFL, 2 sacks, 3 INT, 3 FF

Top 5 MLB
1) Maguell Davis, Norfolk State
6’3” 232 lbs, 84 tackles, 8 TFL, 3 sacks

2) Gian Villante, Hofstra
6’2” 243 lbs, 92 tackles, 7 TFL, 3 sacks

3) Tom Brew, Case Western Reserve
6’2” 240 lbs, 121 tackles, 21.5 TFL, 7 sacks, 3 BLK, 2 safeties

4) Daniel Brooks, Jackson State
6’4” 240 lbs

5) Anthony Adams, Grand Valley State
6’2” 232 lbs, 87 Tackles, 12.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks

Top 5 CB
1) Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State
6’2” 170 lbs, 47 tackles, 2 TFL, 1.5 Sacks, 6 INT for 37 yards

2) Brian Witherspoon, Stillman
6’1” 180 lbs, 7 tackles, 3 INT for 28 yards, TD

3) Scorpio Babers, Sam Houston State
5’11” 190 lbs, 46 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1 INT for 8 yards

4) Al Phillips, Wagner
5’11” 195 lbs, 39 Tackles, 1.5 TFL, 4 INT for 80 yards, TD

5) Antwaun Molden, Eastern Kentucky
6’2” 203 lbs

Top 5 S
1) Bobbie Williams, Bethune-Cookman
6’1” 210 lbs

2) Tony LeZotte, James Madison
6’ 200 lbs, 82 tackles, 2 INT

3) Henti Baird, Hampton
6’1” 204 lbs, 29 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 sack

4) Brent Webber, Sacramento State
6’ 200 lbs, 56 tackles, 3 TFL, 6 INT for 23 yards

5) Jose Yearwood, Brown
6’ 215 lbs, 66 tackles, 2 TFL

Top 5 K/P
1) Mike Dragosavich, North Dakota State

2) Rob Zarilli, Hofstra

3) Chris MacDonald, Texas State

4) Benjamin Dato, Fordham

5) Piotr Czech, Wagner

Top 3 Return Specialists
1) (RB) Lindy Crea, Hartwick
5’11” 195 lbs, 177 rush for 1077 yards (6.1), 11 TD
38 receptions for 716 yards (18.8) 4 TD
19 KR for 348 yards (18.3)

2) (WR) Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern
5’9” 164 lbs, 33 receptions for 368 yards (11.2), 3 TD
43 rush for 346 yards (8), 5 TD
12 KR for 323 yards (26.9), 24 PR for 250 yards (10.4), TD

3) (WR) Michael Clarke, Wesley
5’7” 164 lbs, 60 receptions for 1304 yards (21.7), 16 TD
7 rush for 58 yards (8.3)

Top 5 Pass Rushers
1) Maurice Baker, CW Post
6’4” 260 lbs, 36 tackles, 16.5 TFL, 12 sacks, 4 FF

2) Eric Bakhtiari, San Diego
6’4” 260 lbs, 63 tackles, 23.5 TFL, 8 sacks

3) Curtis Johnson, Clark Atlanta
6’3” 236 lbs, 18 TFL, 5 sacks

4) Kenwin Cummings, Wingate
6’2” 220 lbs, 66 tackles, 17.5 TFL, 9 sacks

5) Ron Ellington, Catawba
6’3” 225 lbs, 74 Tackles, 17 TFL, 8 sacks, 4 FF

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And here is the Big Board. These are not in order of how good they are, in my opinion. Its how they fill needs and how they will fit into the Texans system. If any of you can catch any of these guys games, and state some of your opinions that would be greatly appreciated. I hope to alter the board throughout the year, and post stats every couple of weeks.

2008 Small School Big Board
1) (CB) Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State, 6’2” 170 lbs

2) (OG) Heath Benedict, Newberry, 6’6” 335 lbs

3) (OT) Chad Rinehart, Northern Iowa, 6’5” 310 lbs

4) (FS) Bobbie Williams, Bethune-Cookman, 6’1” 210 lbs

5) (FS) Tony LeZotte, James Madison, 6’ 200 lbs

6) (HB) Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 5’9” 200 lbs

7) (P) Mike Dragosavich, North Dakota State

8) (OG) Mackenzy Bernadeau, Bentley, 6’4” 305 lbs

9) (OLB) Andy Studebaker, Wheaton, 6’4” 255 lbs

10) (DE) Rudolph Hardie, Howard, 6’1” 270 lbs

11) (FB) Jerome Felton, Furman, 6’ 247 lbs

12) (WR) Bruce Hocker, Duquesne, 6’4” 205 lbs

13) (MLB) Gian Villante, Hofstra, 6’2” 243 lbs

14) (CB) Brian Witherspoon, Stillman, 6’1” 180 lbs

15) (MLB) Tom Brew, Case Western Reserve, 6’2” 240 lbs

16) (HB) Lex Hilliard, Montana, 6’ 235 lbs

17) (DE) Kendall Langford, Hampton, 6’6” 294 lbs

18) (WR) Pierre Garcon, Mount Union, 6’ 205 lbs

19) (OLB) Bryan Smith, McNeese State, 6’3” 230 lbs

20) (QB) Josh Johnson, San Diego, 6’3” 195 lbs

21) (DE/OLB) Maurice Baker, CW Post, 6’4” 260 lbs

22) (CB) Scorpio Babers, Sam Houston State, 5’11” 190 lbs

23) (QB) Ricky Santos, New Hampshire, 6’2” 215 lbs

24) (SS) Brent Webber, Sacramento State, 6’ 200 lbs

25) (QB) Daniel Polk, Midwestern State, 6’2” 202 lbs

26) (MLB) Maguell Davis, Norfolk State, 6’3” 232 lbs

27) (OT) Tim Silver, Richmond, 6’6” 330 lbs

28) (TE) Louis Irizzary, Youngstown State, 6’5” 255 lbs

29) (DT) Kurt Hout, Ferris State, 6’1” 285 lbs

30) (HB) Justin Beaver, Wisconsin Whitewater, 5’8” 196 lbs

31) (DE) Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb, 6'5" 280 lbs

32) (OLB) Curtis Johnson, Clark Atlanta, 6’3” 236 lbs

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Hey RMartin check out these player from Texas State,

Daniel Varvel Sr. 6,3 216 S (transfer from Arizona State)

Matt Jenkins Sr. 6,3 305 OL

Macdonald and these guys are about the best seniors this year at Texas State that I've heard of.
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Hey RMartin check out these player from Texas State,

Daniel Varvel Sr. 6,3 216 S (transfer from Arizona State)

Matt Jenkins Sr. 6,3 305 OL

Macdonald and these guys are about the best seniors this year at Texas State that I've heard of.
Thanks. Varvel is an interesting prospect. Good size, but I dont know how he would fit in with the Texans. I am planning to watch him a bit this year. Jenkins, to be honest, I have not watched alot. Seems like a good player at this level, I just dont see anything that make him standout compared to the other small school OL that are coming out. I will probably try to catch some of the games this year though.
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2) Lex Hilliard, Montana
6 235 lbs, 249 rush for 1322 yards (5.3), 12 TD
11 receptions for 144 yards, 2 TD

that guy sounds like a punishing running back.
Yep. Those are his 05 stats though, he redshirted last year with an injury. He would have been my number 1 back if it was not for that.
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I would keep an eye on Matt Forte from Tulane.

http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player...layerId=161747


He is 6'1 225 lbs, has home run speed, and pretty good hands out of the back field. He has litmited carries because of the pass first offense that Tulane used to have, but with Bob Toledo (former UCLA coach) at the helm this year, he should get a lot more carries in a west coast offense.

YEAR ATT YDS AVG LNG TD REC YDS AVG LNG TD FUM LST
2006 163 859 5.3 64 8 28 360 12.9 49 2 0 0

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I would keep an eye on Matt Forte from Tulane.

http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player...layerId=161747


He is 6'1 225 lbs, has home run speed, and pretty good hands out of the back field. He has litmited carries because of the pass first offense that Tulane used to have, but with Bob Toledo (former UCLA coach) at the helm this year, he should get a lot more carries in a west coast offense.

YEAR ATT YDS AVG LNG TD REC YDS AVG LNG TD FUM LST
2006 163 859 5.3 64 8 28 360 12.9 49 2 0 0
Wow, great size. If he really does have home run speed, he is definately worth a look.

I forgot to mention it earlier, but I was only doing FCS (D1AA), D2 and D3 guys.
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Okay, here is my post combine small school big board. The measurements are from before the season, in my final board after the pro days I will change those.

2008 Post-Combine Small School Big Board

1) (CB) Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee State, 62 170 lbs

2) (OG) Heath Benedict, Newberry, 66 335 lbs

3) (OT) Chad Rinehart, Northern Iowa, 65 310 lbs

4) (QB) Joe Flacco, Delaware, 66, 230 lbs

5) (QB) Josh Johnson, San Diego, 63 195 lbs

6) (FS) Bobbie Williams, Bethune-Cookman, 61 210

7) (OG) Mackenzy Bernadeau, Bentley, 64 305 lbs

8) (CB) Brian Witherspoon, Stillman, 61 180 lbs

9) (OLB) Andy Studebaker, Wheaton, 64 255 lbs

10) (DE/OLB) Curtis Johnson, Clark Atlanta, 63 236 lbs

11) (P) Mike Dragosavich, North Dakota State

12) (FS) Tony LeZotte, James Madison, 6 200 lbs

13) (DE) Kendall Langford, Hampton, 66 294 lbs

14) (DE) Rudolph Hardie, Howard, 61 270 lbs

15) (HB) Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 511 220 lbs

16) (WR) Pierre Garcon, Mount Union, 6 205 lbs

17) (HB) Danny Woodhead, Chadron State, 59 200 lbs

18) (MLB) Gian Villante, Hofstra, 62 243 lbs

19) (OLB) Bryan Smith, McNeese State, 63 230 lbs

20) (WR) Bruce Hocker, Duquesne, 64 205 lbs

21) (HB) Lex Hilliard, Montana, 6 235 lbs

22) (DE) Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb, 65 280 lbs

23) (CB) Antwaun Molden, Eastern Kentucky, 62 203 lbs

24) (HB) Justin Beaver, Wisconsin Whitewater, 58 196 lbs

25) (WR) Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina, 63 190 lbs
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17) (DE) Kendall Langford, Hampton, 66 294 lbs

The guy is a couple of biscuits away from being a beast of a 3-4 DE. He's awkward right now...feed him up and get him into wieght program, coach the lad up.
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Default Re: 2008 Small School Prospects

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Originally Posted by rmartin65 View Post
22) (CB) Scorpio Babers, Sam Houston State, 511 190 lbs
I want him just so we can have a cool name like Scorpio in our secondary.

Gonna sting you watch out. lol
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