I know that most of the people on this board have not seen this guy play much before. He is not a guy who goes out and puts up HUGE numbers, but he was more important to PSU than Reggie Bush was to USC. Take him off of the PSU team and they go 7-4 at best. The guy is a football player and is tough as nails. If you don't think that he can play RB, watch for the hit while on Minnesota's safety on the 2005 review: http://www.gopsusports.com/pennstatestory/home.html. Answering the question of "Will he be able to switch positions in the NFL?" His passing numbers greatly improved over the first 3 years of his career to last season becuase he puts in so much work in the offseason to get better. I'm sure that all of you draft gurus probably thought that H. Ward wouldn't be able to play WR in the NFL too. If you don't think that he can play WR at the next level find a clip of the TD catch from the 2004 season against Wisconsin or Purdue. Once you see it you will know for sure the one I'm talking about. And the comment that really has bugged me the most was the post saying that David Givens was more athletic coming out of college!!! Are you kidding me???? There are very few players coming out in the past couple years that can boast a 6 foot 2 frame, weigh in at 220 and still run in the 4.5 sec range for a 40. He'll take the best shot any player can give me and get up and lead his team in any way he can. I don't care what level or position you are talking about, Michael Robinson could play on my team any day.