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  1. Box_O_Rocks

    Box_O_Rocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I was checking out SamBamFan's Usama Young adoption papers and noted this kid's statistics playing across from Young.
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    Jack Williams
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    Defensive Back - DB
    Height: 5-9 Weight: 176
    Junior


    2006 Stats: http://www.kentstatesports.com/fls/11400/Statistics/Football/2006/teamcume.htm
    Interceptions: 4/1 TD
    Kick Returns: 6, 20.3/avg
    Tackles: 12/gms, 40/solo, 22/asst, 62/TT, 6/TFL
    Sacks: 3, QBH: 2
    Passes Broken Up: 4, Defensed: 6
    Fumbles Forced: 5, Recovered: 4
    Team Provided Overview: http://www.kentstatesports.com/View...5&DB_OEM_ID=11400&ATCLID=589560&Q_SEASON=2006
    One of the fastest players on the team...Excels in pass coverage and is also a good open field tackler...Has the ability to make big plays and is very explosive...Also could expect to see time returning kicks...Has earned two letters.
    2005 Sophomore Season
    Started all 11 games at cornerback...Was one of just six players to start in every game...Compiled 63 total tackles, ranking fifth on the team...Posted 41 solo stops and also had two tackles for a loss...Led the team with four interceptions and had nine pass breakups...Also forced and recovered a fumble...Tallied at least four tackles in 9-of-11 games...Was named the team's Outstanding Defensive Back following the season.
    2004 Redshirt Freshman Season
    Saw action in 10 games at cornerback, making five starts...Set a school record with a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown in his first career game at Iowa Sept. 4...Finished the season with 27 total tackles, including 16 unassisted...Intercepted two passes and broke up four others...Also blocked a punt that led to a touchdown against Eastern Michigan Nov. 13...Returned two kickoffs for 36 yards and one punt on special teams.
    2003 Freshman Season
    Was named Kent State's Outstanding Defensive Scout by the coaching staff.
     
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    You have enough to do with this draft. Stay focused.
     
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    It's the new glasses, the bifocals have me seeing 2008.
     
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    gomezcat It's SIR Moderator to you Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I've heard that some of this year's foetuses are looking good for 2029....
     
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    Someone to keep an eye on for the 2028 draft is a kid named Harrison Brady. Don't know his last name or if he's committed to a college yet, ( BC is possible).
     
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    Five forced fumbles from a 5'9" CB is an oddity. It either says a lot about his tackling ability, or a lot about his ability to dive at opponents legs, or the utter lack of quality opponents.
     
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    Let's just hope it isn't any NY schools......
     
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    You will have to make that request through his mom, Bella*Chick.
     
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    On Path To The Draft, they claim the Nebraska-Oklahoma Spring Scrimmage would be broadcast live 9 p.m. Saturday, April 14. My DVR lists that as the Welcome Rookie program they love so much...the bastiches aren't the best for updating their schedule.

    Class of 2008 for Nebraska from NFLDraftScout.com:
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    [u]Rank Jersey# Position     Name                 Measurables[/u]
     8     #5       QB        Keller, Sam          6-4 230 4.95
     49    #7       WR        Hardy, Frantz        6-0 178 4.38
     4     #30      FS        Green, Tierre        6-1 200 4.48
     5     #13      ILB       McKeon, Corey        6-1 228 4.60
     32    #81      TE        Mueller, Josh        6-5 265 4.90
     41    #85      TE        Phillips, J.B.       6-3 255 4.91
     10    #51      OLB       Ruud, Bo             6-3 235 4.68
     30    #2       CB        Grixby, Cortney      5-09 170 4.40
     37    #83      WR        Nunn, Terrence       6-0 185 4.49
     9     #14      CB        Bowman, Zackary      6-2 190 4.45
     20    #15      OLB       Octavien, Steve      6-0 235 4.64
     99    #9       CB        Wilson, Bryan        6-2 190 4.48
     15    #25      CB        Jones, Andre         6-0 195 4.49
     23    #40      ILB       Brandenburgh, Lance  6-1 232
     N/A   #27      RB        Wilson, Kenny        5-11 222
     7     #16      WR        Purify, Maurice      6-4 210 4.52
    Class of 2008 for Oklahoma from NFLDraftScout.com:
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    [u]Rank Jersey# Position     Name                 Measurables[/u]
     11    #24      CB        Walker, Marcus       5-10 197 4.50
     26    #90      DT        Coleman, Steven      6-4 310 5.03
     7     #10      K         Hartley, Garrett     5-09 198
     2     #41      FS        Williams, Darien     5-10 197 4.49
     99    #98      DE        Williams, John       6-5 262 4.78
     99    #16      OLB       Baker, Lewis         6-2 210 4.55
     15    #19      TE        Finley, J.J.         6-6 245 4.87
     99    #21      RB        Gutierrez, Jacob     5-06 188
     2     #23      RB        Patrick, Allen       6-0 195 4.52
     99    #68      DT        Pendleton, Carl      6-5 290 5.14
     47    #51      OLB       Pleasant, Demario    6-2 230 4.68
     33    #25      CB        Wolfe, D.J.          6-0 195 4.47
     
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    dryheat44 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    I've been a huge Sam Keller fan for a couple of years now. ASU definitely did him dirty. I was stunned he went to Nebraska over a 1AA school so he could play in '06....and even more surprised that if he was determined to sit out a year that he opted for Nebraska instead of a pro-style offense. I would have loved to see him at Syracuse in '07...instead of trying to run a pro-style offense with the option quarterbacks that they've recruited in the past, or even a school like UCLA or Wazzou.
     
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    sebman2112 In the Starting Line-Up

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    He's a junior in '07, so he could come out for the '08 draft:

    Rey Maualuga (MLB, USC) 6'3" 250lbs.
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    He would be sick in NE's defense.
     
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    If he's stays healthy, has a great yar, and decides to come on as a Jr, will we be able to get him picking at #32?
     
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    sebman2112 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Yea, if he plays up to his ability he might be gone in the top 15. I think he's the next very good LB to come out of USC. Unlike Lofa, Rey has very good size. (Lofa is only 6'0' 238lbs, and Rey's 6'3" 250lbs) I'd love him in the middle of NE's defense.

    From scout.com (before his breakout performance in '06):
    "Rey Maualuga is an absolutely amazing football player. There is no other way to describe him. His combination of size, speed, strength and instincts will eventually make him the best linebacker in college football. Last season, Maualuga had 37 tackles, forced two fumbles and an interception in limited playing time. What stands out the most is the way Maualuga simply obliterates the ball carrier. It’s not enough to just tackle him; Maualuga upends, crushes and smashes him. This season, he will push Oscar Lua for the starting middle linebacker spot and star on special teams."

    benches 385lbs, squats 620lbs, 4.5-40, and has a 34in vert.

    He had some troubles after his father died, but that seems to be past him now.
     
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