If anyone else heard the Colin Cowherd show this morning, they did something really cool. They had fans of teams call in, pick one guy who is a stud in the upcoming draft for their team, and point out their weaknesses. Some of the responses from fans on these players were: Jimmy Williams (Va Tech) CB - big hitter with speed and size, but will too often try to make the big play and get himself out of position Mario Williams - no hip bend, plays very high, will have trouble getting chipped by RBs in the NFL AJ Hawk - "catches" head on blockers instead of taking them on and delivering a blow Eric Winston - potential, but had an awful 2005 Ernie Sims - over pursues, maybe a tweener Vince Young - can he read a defense running an offense other than the zone read, may have fumble problems running in the NFL since defensive players at the next level focus more on stripping the ball than in college Ashton Youboty - gets beat deep, a lot Chad Greenway - a very poor tackler D'Angelo Williams - too nice Greg Blue - slow, hits like a Mack truck, but can't COVER a Mack Truck That was about it. NOW, can you do it, can you pick apart your "homeboy" and point out his weakness? The basis of Cowherds point for this was, that there are two things fans know more than the media about: college football players, and bullpens. Unless you're the beat writer for the team, no media sees every play of a college season or every pitchers bullpen appearance. However fans will watch every game and have a significant feel about the positives and negatives of each player. I watched mostly A&M this year, and they don't really have many draftable guys, but I'll say that the knock on Reggie McNeal is leadership, and Jaxson Appel is ability to cover NO ONE.