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Old 05-24-2004   #1
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A very nice article by Gil Brandt. He lists the teams that use BLESTO and National Football Scouting. He also explains "Junior Day" for the NFL.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/7337841

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Some names to watch for this College season:

Jason Anderson WR Wake Forest
Derek Anderson QB Oregon State
Alex Barron OT Florida State
David Bass OG Michigan
Cedric Benson RB Texas
Michael Boley LB Southern Miss
Jamaal Brimmer S UNLV
C.J. Brooks OT Maryland
Elton Brown OG Virginia
James Brown OT Oklahoma
Ronnie Brown RB Auburn
Kevin Burnett LB Tennessee
James Butler S Georgia Tech
Chris Canty OG Virginia
Brian Casey TE Kansas State
Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma
Dan Cody DE Oklahoma
Shawn Cody DE Southern Cal
Chris Colmer OT N.C. State
Dustin Colquitt P Tennessee
Anthony Davis RB Wisconsin
Adell Duckett DE Texas Tech
Braylon Edwards WR Michigan
Charles Fredrick WR Washington
Charlie Frye QB Akron
Fred Gibson WR Georgia
David Greene QB Georgia
Marques Harris LB Colorado
Anttaj Hawthorne DT Wisconsin
Reggie Herrell WR TCU
Cedric Houston RB Tennessee
Jonathan Jackson DE Oklahoma
Marlin Jackson CB Michigan
Derrick Johnson LB Texas
Marcus Johnson OG Mississippi
Eric King CB Wake Forest
Geoff McArthur WR Cal
Lance Mitchell LB Oklahoma
Kyle Morrison LB San Diego State
Michael Munoz OT Tennessee
Terrence Murphy WR Texas A&M
Jonathan Nichols K Mississippi
Donte Nicholson S Oklahoma
Doug Nienhuis OT Oregon State
Dan Orlovsky QB Connecticut
Kyle Orton QB Purdue
Mike Patterson DT Southern Cal
Antonio Perkins KR Oklahoma
Rob Petitti OT Pittsburgh
David Pollack DE Georgia
Walter Reyes RB Syracuse
Antrel Rolle CB Miami (Fla.)
Matt Roth DE Iowa
Marcus Spears DE LSU
Darren Sproles RB Kansas State
Bill Swancutt DT Oregon State
Adam Terry OT Syracuse
Cra phonso Thorpe WR Florida State
Andrew Walter QB Arizona State
Corey Webster CB LSU
Jason White QB Oklahoma
Ben Wilkerson C LSU
Carnell Williams RB Auburn
Darren Williams CB Oklahoma State
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Yeah I read that. Ill try to keep track of those guys over the season. See whose stock rises and falls and then evaluate who we should pick.
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Seems like it's pretty stocked up with defensive players and some o-line.
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could Dan Cody play ROLB
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Yeah I read that. Ill try to keep track of those guys over the season. See whose stock rises and falls and then evaluate who we should pick.
why? sean taylor isnt available this year, you have no one left
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Anyone else like what they've seen of Charles Johnson WR for Georgia Tech? I think he's a sophmore this season, and he wouldn't be draft elligible, but I think he'll end up as a very good NFL WR. Reminds me a little of Andre Johnson, but just not as physical yet. What is it with WRs named Johnson?
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Thanks for the ammunition Vinny

Some of us really enjoy the process, not sure why but its fun & informative. Plus the average fan can only see a fraction of College games so that we have to rely on scouting reports to support our viewpoints.
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