Kicker for Next year

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  1. cap1

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    Justin Medlock#7 | Kicker | UCLA Bruins Roster:
    Class:3rd yr varsity
    Height:6-0 Weight:195


    Sorry I didn't post this during the UCLA vs USC Game, but this guy has made the most field goals in Div 1 This year.

    I know he has had some problems in the past with driving under the influeince in 2005.
     
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    No. I dont wanna use a draft pick on a kicker.
     
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    Is he the guy that left his girlfriend in the car...after an accident?
     
  4. Please_Evolve

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    I thought the kicker from Wake Forest looks like a solid one.

    the Punter from Baylor should get a look too.
     
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    This past week, Reggie Bush showed a glimpse of what Mason Crosby could be. He practices missing.
     
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    The kicker from Wake Forest is Sam Swank and he is only a sophomore, so he has a couple years left before he goes pro. He has a great leg, and has made more kicks over 50 yards than anyone else this year. His accuracy in the mid range however is a bit questionable and something he needs to work on. As a side note he has also been handling all the punting and kickoff duties this year and has done a pretty good job as a punter (semi-finalist for the Ray Guy).
     
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    Is the guy from Colorado ready to come out yet. He's a beast. If you can get the ball to the 45-47 range he has a chance at hitting it.

    As for punters being drafted, Daniel Sepulveda is that good. Only punter ever to win two Ray Guy awards (well after tonight when he gets his second one), and he is a great guy. Oh yeah, his second award winning season came after he tore his ACL on his planting leg. He will get drafted, and will be solid for years to come. One final note on him, I've seen him kick two that travelled 78 yards overall, and I've sen him hit a couple that looked like they travelled nearly 60 in the air.
     
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    Agreed. We need more Aggies on this team.
     
  10. Ckw

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    Plus Shane is from East Bernard, a small town about 45 miles from Houston. I'm sure he would love to be closer to his family and play for the hometown team. What a heck of a pick up that would be! And he used to be a quarterback and had a canon for an arm in high school. So I mean if we ever needed to run a fake punt, he'd be the guy to get it done. :spot:
     

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