The more I watched this guy, the more and more I like him. So far, I've reviewed his game against Clemson, Georgia, Tenn, Miss. St., Auburn, Florida, and Utah. I came away very impressed even though none of his Ints were during those games. His game againts the LSU Tigers must have been something (3 Ints). I intend to watch that one eventually. Sure, he could fail to make a tackle occasionally, but that would be against a great move or a great burst by an explosive player like that guy Jacoby Ford from Clemson who just won the 60m dash NCAA indoor track. He at least can slow down the offensive player enough for his teammate(s) to help or recover. Rashad is the best field general I've seen this year. I'm watching the 07 LSU game just now and I have to stop at half time to rave about a couple of plays. No, it's not the Int he made with a good read of the QB. The two plays are as followed: 1. LSU faked a run to the left. Rashad lined up on that side, just outside the DE. He started to his right to support the run. He changed course with the hand-off from the RB to the receiver for a reverse. He recognized it even before the exchange took place, which is remarkable. His turn was nice and fluid. But what he did next was even better. He read the WR, and as the guy was about to plant his foot to throw downfield, Rashad already turned and head back to the left corner where he anticipated the direction of the pass. Once again, he shows that he can flex his hips. He was a good ten yards further from the QB (turning receiver on this play) than the LCB who bit on the play fake. Yet he arrived first for the TD-saving tackle. The LCB (Simeon Castille) didn't make a bad turn either, but RJ's anticipation was better and he didn't have to turn 180 degree. 2. On 3rd and 13, Matt Flynn was in the shot gun. He would step back a few, such that he was about 8 yards behind the LOS for the throw. Rashad was about 12 yd from the LOS from the other side. He inched up and started the blitz from 7 yd off the LOS as the ball was snapped. He didn't get the sack, but did put in a nice blow as Flynn released the ball. He covered 15 yds in about 1-3/4 sec maybe a little less. And he had to look for the hole opening between the LT and the LG (it wasn't quite there at the beginning.) Note: Simeon appeared in 7 games as a reserve for the Bengals (UDFA.) His brother Tim is a FB for the Cards. Their father Jeremiah hold the Tides' school record 16 Ints and played 6 yrs in the NFL (14 Ints). Simeon's 40 time was around 4.58 but he had 12 Ints for the Tides so the guy wasn't all bad.