Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Daonly, Feb 23, 2006.
And he's ripped!
his what ripped? I hope it wasn't the seat of his pants.
He looks great. I wish we could see him run this weekend though.
201 lbs., hmmm....I wonder how many trips to the water fountain he made before weighing in.
What was his height?
So my guess is he was running at about 190 lbs. during the college season.
Who else has looked good?
He looked like a speicemen, dude is cut beyond belief.
In his interview he said he hoped to play around 205, I'm just not so sure where he can gain the next five pounds; casue I don't think he can put it on his upperbody. Was good in his interview also.
Pro day is April 2, till then Reggie Bush is done expcet for the Wonderlic, and the interviews.
D'Brick came in at 6'6" and I think 298.
How tall is he officially?
He's smart, too!*
I look forward to seeing him play, regardless of what team he ends up on. Dude has got mad skills and potential, and if it translates in the NFL, he'll be fun to watch.
*not to say that any other player is not smart, but we're only talking Reggie in this thread.
D'Brick came in at 311-312
This guy does everything but give birth to babies...........pick the guy Houston!!
5" 11" 7/8 offically; 6 even for all intents and purposes.
I thought they posted 5' 10-7/8"
It was 5-10 7/8
5'11 200 is not that bad. Tiki is 5'10 200 and has had no problems with durability.
Weight isn't bad. More weight might be "ideal," but 5'11" 200 is a very playable weight. Hopefully he will be able to avoid taking shots (part of what made Sanders so good: he always minimized contact and was rarely lit off his feet.) Still, I doubt Bush will add to that. Keeping weight on is difficult during the season simply because of the cardio/calorie burning involved, and he has likely been working out like a madman to this point. With his body type, I am saying it is very unlikely he will hit 205.
I was wrong y'all were both right it is 5' 10" 7/8
I wont get mad if we get this dude. If he has put this kind of work into getting drafted by us, let's just do it.
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