Josh Barrett or Schueing in the 5th if available

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by TiredOfSuffering, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. TiredOfSuffering

    TiredOfSuffering Rookie

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    We need a safety, this kid is a stud, and I can't believe he's still available. Anybody who watched any Arizona State football knows this kid. He's maybe big enough to grow into an OLB, and either way he's simply a football player.

    I'm surprised Schuening from Oregon State hasn't gone yet either. We can always use a guard, especially one who started 4 straight years in the PAC-10.
     
  2. Hagar

    Hagar Drink up yall, its the Texans!

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    I'm thinking Steve Justice C Wake Forest:

    BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors after his junior and senior seasons.

    POSITIVES: Tough, intelligent center who.s a great leader on the field. Blocks with good lean, quick with his hands, and shows explosion in his all-around game. Plays with a nasty attitude, always looking for someone to hit, and does a good job quarterbacking the offensive line. Solid position blocker who seals opponents from the action. Effective with shotgun snap. Shows the ability to slide laterally. Effective on the second level and can hit a moving target.

    NEGATIVES: Lacks the dominant base and does not drive opponents off the ball. Struggles handling larger opponents.

    ANALYSIS: Justice is a competitive blocker with a terrific understanding of his position. His potential at the next level is in a zone blocking system.
     
  3. Grid

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    Anyone from Virginia still on the board?
     
  4. TiredOfSuffering

    TiredOfSuffering Rookie

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    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let it be Barrett in the 6th.
     

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