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Old 05-27-2008   #1
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Default Favorite Under-the-Radar Prospects

My favorite under the radar guy has to be Hartwick QB Jason Boltus.
Good size at 6'2", between 215 and 230 lbs depending where you look.
Led the nation in total offense (399.7 ypg) pass ypg (362.4) and had a 152 qb rating. Boltus also threw 38 TD.
He also plays lacrosse and is a pre med major
http://www.nfldraftbible.com/Latest/...aft_watch.html

http://www.hartwick.edu/x22310.xml

The NFL Draft Bible has alot of guys, but I am wary of it. He was pretty off last year in some of his rankings.
Anyone else have a player that nobody knows about?
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Default Re: Favorite Under-the-Radar Prospects

I don't know if you can call him under the radar but Mike Hart was a late 6th Round pick out of Michigan by the Colts. He may really be able to do some good things with the Colts. I could see him being very productive when given time...he just might not get a lot of time behind Addai and I believe Rhodes is back from Oakland too.
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Default Re: Favorite Under-the-Radar Prospects

I really like Grice-Mullen. UDFA. I have a feeling he is going to have a big impact this year.
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I was talking about the 09 draft.

But those guys do have a solid chance at suprising people.
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http://www.dixieathletics.com/teams/...player_id=266&
http://www.d2messageboard.com/showthread.php?p=219249
http://uncpbraves.athleticsite.com/t...?articleID=797
http://www.gnacsports.com/football/futschedule.pdf

Dixie State Ryan DelRosal
under 4.9 for an o-lineman @ 308 is pretty impressive. Dean Steinkuhler type guard in the third round might work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_Steinkuhler
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Default Re: Favorite Under-the-Radar Prospects

Central Arkansas QB Nathan Brown is another guy that I really like. I just watched a game where he threw 7 TD's. And got pulled, might have had a shot at a couple more.
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