patchick raises an interesting prospect here: http://www.nfldraftscout.com/news/i...ll&id=1135159676&archive=&start_from=&ucat=2& Freddie Keiaho, ILB, San Diego State, 6-0, 228, 4.65: Keiaho, a former running back and kick returner for the Aztecs, had to wait for the incumbent starter, former Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Kirk Morrison to be drafted in the third round by the Oakland Raiders before finally getting the chance to play regularly. In fact, while acknowledged for his physicality and athleticism, as well as his big play ability (4 blocked kicks, 481 return yards), Keiaho entered this season with only 41 career tackles to his credit. This season, however, Keiaho simply led the Mountain West Conference with 113 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, a sack, an interception, two fumble recoveries, and another blocked kick. A tad undersized, but an impressive athlete, Keiaho now appears to have quietly moved among the top handful of inside linebackers. A second site has him a bit faster in the 40 (numbers in front of names is the site owners ranking for them as ILBs: http://www.couchscout.com/6lm.htm 11 --KEIAHO Freddie - SDSU 6-1.0...228...4.58 -------- 348.88 Damn good player, and never started prior to 05 It also lists two other LBs who intrigued me if your thinking STs/SS candidates. 39 --SCHLIMMELMANN Kevin - STANFORD 6-3.0...227...4.77 -------- 303.84 Safety in 02, Good Athlete and Football player, type of guy who can sneak up the draft 50 --CRAVEN Michael - STANFORD 6-0.0...214...4.56 -------- 295.51 RS-01 -Smaller, but real solid in all areas, hits, reads, covers, blitzs, off the Stanford Team I don't consider SS a need with our present compliment of G.Scott, Sanders, and Ventrone backing up Rodney, plus I expect Stone and Hawkins to be re-signed to compete in TC. But if players such as these are undrafted, I'd consider inviting one or more in for tryouts.