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    Anderson Russell, FS, Ohio State
    5'11, 205lbs

    02/17/2010 - PRO POTENTIAL: FS Anderson Russell - Russell seemed to regress as he got older. He showed poor hands during his career and a tendency to get beat in coverages - bad signs for an NFL defensive back. He has the right pedigree, since his father, Kevin, played in the NFL with the Eagles. But he'll have to impress scouts at his workouts to move up the draft boards.
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/563629

    Pro Day Results:
    Anderson Russell (FS, 6-0 ˝, 202) ran 4.45 and 4.50 in the 40-yard-dash, 4.16 in the short shuttle, 6.79 in the three-cone drill and 11.49 in the 60-yard shuttle. Russell also posted a 37.0 vertical jump, 10-9 broad jump and 18 reps on the bench.
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...y-results.html


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    Trey Jacobs, DT, Liberty
    6'4, 295lbs

    03/28/2010 - PRO DAY RESULTS: With all the talk about 4.30-second 40-yard dashes, 40-inch vertical jumps and 10-foot broad jumps, it's easy to lose track of what constitutes an outstanding workout for a defensive tackle. Naturally, the standards are different for players hovering around 300 pounds. Given that, it's eye-catching what unheralded prospect Trey Jacobs (6-3 3/4, 295 pounds) was able to accomplish at Liberty's pro day. The athletic defensive tackle was the most notable of the seven prospects who worked out indoors on FieldTurf for representatives from three teams. He ran the 40-yard dash in 5.13 and 5.0 seconds, had a 36-inch vertical leap, 8-1 broad jump, a 4.61-second short shuttle, a 7.58-second three-cone drill and did 24 bench press repititions at 225 pounds. While those numbers won't put him in a position to rival the quickness, speed and agility of skill position players, they are more than good enough to indicate he has the physical attributes to handle offensive linemen. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1685528


    2nd Team All-State:

    http://www2.timesdispatch.com/rtd/sp...223208/337990/

    Trey Jacobs has always had the talent. Liberty coach Danny Rocco often marvels at Jacobs’ physical gifts — the quick hands, the ability to shake off opposing offensive linemen and use a quick first step to harass the quarterback.

    The question mark, though, was Jacobs’ motor, which is usually one of those qualities a coach can’t teach. A player either has a great motor, a solid sense of drive and motivation, or he doesn’t.

    And sometimes, it just takes a vision of what a great “motor” player looks like to kick a player in the rear and make him flip a switch. Jacobs, a senior defensive end, felt that way last season as he watched his friend and teammate Terry Adams tear across the field with reckless abandon.

    The one thing that Jacobs had to improve upon most after a solid junior season? That drive, that desire. That frank evaluation came from within, not from any coaches.

    “I had to work on my loafing on the field, in fact, get rid of that loafing,” Jacobs said. “I had to get a better motor and show on the field that I was a force to be reckoned with.”

    Though he’s 6-foot-3 and 280 pounds, Jacobs comes across as a fairly soft-spoken guy, one who spends his free time away from football reading books and refining his culinary skills. So he had to do something to change that demeanor on the field. He continued to watch Adams, who is one of the Flames’ most feisty competitors. In the season opener at West Virginia, Adams lit up a Mountaineers player on a kickoff return and responded by screaming while running alongside the WVU bench.

    “I use him as an example, and base my playing style off him,” Jacobs said.

    Jacobs had 40 tackles and four sacks as a junior and has 22 tackles, a sack and four quarterback hurries in Liberty’s first six games. He’s coming off what Rocco called Jacobs’ best performance of the season last week against Coastal Carolina.
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    Logan Paulsen, TE, UCLA
    6'4, 265lbs, 4.88 40-yard dash.

    Scouting report:
    Overview
    Logan had a down 2007 year while UCLA struggled with QB inconsistency. He was never able to build on his solid sophmore campaign as Ben Olson and Pat Cowan went back and forth from the trainer's table to the field. 26/331 for 09.
    Strengths
    Big tight end who can pluck the ball with good hands. Good measurables.
    Weaknesses
    Hasn't shown the production or the ability to stay healthy as he missed almost all of 2008. Received Red shirt for 2008. 09 production sparse.
    http://cdsdraft.com/profile.php?id=1676

    Highlights: [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYoIv5APV1s[/video]

    AND, he has his own draft website, apparently: http://www.draftpaulsen.com/

    Interesting article from the National Football Post says a lot of teams were looking at Paulsen as an OT, not a TE:

    UCLA tight end Logan Paulsen has received a lot of interest in recent weeks from NFL teams, but more as a potential offensive tackle prospect. Sources I’ve talked to have said there are a number of teams interested in Paulsen and believe he’s a viable late-round option because of the weak tackle class.
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...rumblings.html



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    Keiland Williams, RB, LSU
    5'11, 233lbs (WOW)

    02/25/2010 - 2010 NFL COMBINE, MEDICAL CHECKS: RB Charles Scott, LSU / Keiland Williams, LSU: Scott broke his collarbone during the season, and then failed his physical at the Senior Bowl. Williams stood out at times in Scott's absence, but then broke his ankle against Ole Miss. - Chad Reuter, The Sports Xchange, NFLDraftScout.com
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1116454

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJH-x-p1LME[/video]

    SENIOR SEASON (2009)
    Had senior season cut short after breaking his ankle in the fourth quarter against Ole Miss on Nov. 14 ... Had surgery the following week ... Played in 11 games, starting twice ... Ranked second on team in rushing with 368 yards and four scores ... Made his second career start in place of injured Charles Scott and ran 15 times for a season-high 116 yards and two touchdowns against Louisiana Tech ... His 116 rushing yards against Tech marked the third time he has eclipsed 100 yards in a game in his career ... Led the team in rushing against Vanderbilt with 72 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns ... Scored two rushing TDs against Vanderbilt, marking the fourth time in his career he has rushed for two TDs in a game ... Other start came against Ole Miss (40 yards on 10 carries) ... Opened season with 51 yards on seven attempts against Washington ... Had 41 yards on 10 rushes against Louisiana-Lafayette.

    JUNIOR SEASON (2008)
    LSU's second leading rusher who played in all 13 games off the bench ... Finished the year with 417 yards on the ground on 83 carries (5.0 avg.) with two touchdowns ... Led all LSU running backs with 11 receptions for 124 yards and one score through the air ... One of the Tigers' primary kick returners who ranked second on the squad in kick return yardage with 13 returns for 290 yards (22.3 avg.) ... Fired his first career touchdown pass on a designated halfback pass at Auburn ... The 22-yard throw to Demetrius Byrd erased a deficit and gave LSU a 17-14 lead in the third quarter ... It marked the first time an LSU running back had thrown a touchdown pass since Kevin Faulk did so in 1996 against Mississippi State ... Enjoyed his best game on the ground with a 13-carry, 88-yard performance versus Alabama ... Had a season-long run of 25 yards against the Crimson Tide ... Tallied 42 yards rushing on five carries with a score in the Chick-fil-A Bowl victory over Georgia Tech ... His 17-yard TD scamper closed out a 38-3 first-half scoring barrage for LSU ... Finished with 46 yards on seven carries against Arkansas ... Finished with 51 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown against Tulane ... Racked up 141 all-purpose yards against Georgia highlighted by a career-best 88 receiving yards on two receptions ... Caught a career-long 66-yard pass -- LSU's longest pass play of the year -- from Jarrett Lee in the fourth quarter against the Bulldogs ... Added six carries for 30 yards and a long of 22 against Georgia ... Rushed the ball a season-high 15 times for 72 yards versus South Carolina and recorded a career-high four receptions for 23 yards against the Gamecocks ... Carried it six times for 24 yards against Appalachian State, four times for 17 yards versus North Texas and twice for eight yards against Auburn ... Returned two kicks for 55 yards against North Texas, including a season-long 38 yarder ... Against Alabama, returned two kickoffs for 54 yards and had two kick returns for 46 yards at Auburn.

    SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007)
    Ranked as the Tigers' second-leading rusher on the year with 478 yards and six touchdowns on 70 carries ... Averaged 6.8 yards per touch ... Also a threat through the air with nine catches for 113 yards and a score ... Had a career night in the Tigers' win over Virginia Tech, carrying the ball seven times for a career-best 126 yards and a career high-tying two touchdowns ... Performance was the second 100-yard rushing game of his career ... Scored on an incredible 67-yard TD run against the Hokies where he leaped over a defender and crossed the field ... Rushed for two TDs in the Tigers' season-opening win over Mississippi State ... Also had a rushing touchdown versus Ole Miss ... Caught the first TD pass of his career on a 46-yard grab versus Auburn ... Had two carries for 20 yards in the 2008 BCS National Championship Game versus Ohio State.

    FRESHMAN SEASON (2006)
    An exceptional runner with both size and speed, he was the Tigers' second-leading rusher despite playing in just nine games, with one start ... Picked up 436 yards and five touchdowns on 74 carries ... Averaged 5.7 yards per touch ... Was his most productive in LSU's last six games ... Capped the season with his first career 100-yard rushing game ... Ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in the Tigers' 42-17 dismantling of Notre Dame in the Allstate Sugar Bowl ... Was LSU's leading rusher against Alabama, carrying the ball nine times for 79 yards (8.8 avg.) and a touchdown, a performance that included a 38-yard TD run ... Also led all Tiger rushers against Arkansas, picking up 70 yards and a score on 13 carries ... Scored his other TD on a seven-yard run versus Tennessee.
    http://www.lsusports.net/ViewArticle...&ATCLID=233525
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    Daryll Clark, QB, Penn State*
    6'3, 232lbs

    Entering preseason camp last year, there were questions amongst Nittany Nation and the college football universe. Before the end of September, those questions had quickly been answered and new ones surfaced, like, "Is Daryll Clark the best quarterback in the Big Ten?" Before Thanksgiving dinner was served, there was no question that Penn State's first-year signal-caller not only was the Big Ten's best, but he deserved mention amongst the nation's top quarterbacks. The vastly talented and dynamic Clark quickly demonstrated he could provide the leadership and consistently strong play required at the squad's most vital position and lead the Nittany Lions back into national championship contention. Possessing multiple skills and a highly-competitive attitude, he plays a critical role in the success of one of the nation's most productive and balanced offenses. An insightful and engaging young man, Clark made significant progress during his initial season as the Nittany Lions' starter and should continue to elevate his game to remain among the nation's most productive players. Upon completion of spring practice this past April, it came as no surprise when Clark and linebacker Sean Lee were elected 2009 co-captains by their teammates. A semifinalist for the 2008 Davey O'Brien and Maxwell awards, Clark should again be among the primary candidates for those honors, in addition to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, All-America and the Silver Football, presented to the Big Ten's most valuable player. Selected 2008 first-team all-conference by the media and coaches, Clark is an athletic, instinctive and intelligent student-athlete. He quickly took command of the huddle at the start of last season and has the utmost respect from his teammates and coaches for his calm in the huddle and ability to make smart decisions under pressure. A poised, accurate and strong-armed passer, he exhibits great physical and mental presence and toughness. Delivering one of the top seasons by a quarterback in program history, Clark's effective play, leadership and determination were instrumental in Penn State leading the Big Ten in total and scoring offense, and ranking second in rushing and third in passing offense. The Nittany Lions ranked among the Top 20 nationally in the first three categories. Last year, he was 192-of-321 for 2,592 yards, the third-highest passing yardage season in Penn State history. Clark threw 19 touchdown passes and only six interceptions among his 321 attempts for a superlative 1.86 interception percentage that ranked as the fourth-lowest in school season annals. Penn State was tied for fourth in the nation in fewest interceptions thrown. Clark was second in the Big Ten in pass efficiency, his 192 completions ranked fourth in Penn State season annals and his 19 touchdown passes were tied for fourth. As most of the nation first witnessed during the 2007 Alamo Bowl, Clark is a strong, quick and elusive runner. In last year's 45-14 win over Oregon State, he dragged several defenders the last five yards to complete a tough and electrifying 18-yard touchdown run. The former Ursuline HS All-Ohio standout was third on the squad with 282 yards on 79 attempts (3.6) and had 10 rushing touchdowns last year. Among the numerous school records he broke in 2008 was the season touchdowns responsible for mark, as his 29 scores (19 passing, 10 rushing) eclipsed Michael Robinson's record of 28 in 2005. The 2008 accomplishment Clark likely is most proud of was graduating in December, earning his telecommunications degree in 3 1/2 years. He is working on a second degree, in journalism. He is one of seven returning Nittany Lions from Ohio.

    2008 Senior Season
    Clark won the starting job in preseason and went on to have one of the top seasons by a quarterback in program history. His effective play and leadership was instrumental in Penn State ranking in the Top 20 nationally in rushing (17th, 205.8 ypg), total (14th, 448.9 ypg) and scoring offense (11th, 38.9 ppg) in 2008. The Nittany Lions led the Big Ten in total and scoring offense, were second in rushing and third in passing offense (243.1 ypg). Selected first-team all-conference by the coaches and media, Clark was the runner-up in voting for the Silver Football, presented by the Chicago Tribune to the Big Ten's Most Valuable Player. He also was among the semifinalists for the Maxwell and Davey O'Brien awards. Clark excelled from the season's outset in directing the Spread HD attack, completing 192-of-321 attempts for 2,592 yards, the third-highest passing yardage season in Penn State history. He threw 19 touchdown passes and only six interceptions in his 321 attempts for a superlative 1.86 interception percentage that ranked as the fourth-lowest in school season annals. Thanks primarily to Clark, Penn State was tied for fourth in the nation in fewest interceptions thrown (six). Two of his picks came in the final 3:00 against Southern California in the 2009 Rose Bowl as he tried to get the Lions back within one score. Clark was second in the Big Ten in pass efficiency and 25th nationally with a 143.4 rating. His 192 completions ranked fourth in Penn State season annals and his 19 touchdown passes were tied for fourth. He was third on the squad with 282 yards on 79 attempts (3.6) and had 10 rushing touchdowns. Among the numerous school records he broke in 2008 was the season touchdowns responsible for mark, as his 29 scores (19 passing, 10 rushing) eclipsed Michael Robinson's record of 28 in 2005. The accolades and numbers on the field are nice, but the 2008 accomplishment Clark likely is most proud of was graduating in December, earning his telecommunications degree in 3 1/2 years. Two weeks after graduating, Clark delivered a superb effort against USC in the 2009 Rose Bowl. He was 21-of-36 for 273 yards, with two touchdowns and two late interceptions, while rushing for 17 yards and another score. His 273 passing yards and 270 yards of total offense were Penn State bowl records and his 21 completions tied Robinson's school mark and were a career-best. Clark's 36 pass attempts also were a career-high and No. 2 in Penn State bowl annals to Robinson's 39 in the 2006 FedEx Orange Bowl. His nine-yard touchdown burst knotted the score at 7-7 and he connected with Derrick Williams and Jordan Norwood for scoring strikes against the Trojans' No. 1 ranked defense. With the Big Ten title nd a Bowl Championship Series berth at stake, Clark again rose to the occasion to lead the Nittany Lions to a 49-18 thumping of No. 15 Michigan State to conclude the regular-season. He threw for a career-high 341 yards, the sixth-highest total in program history, and a career-best four touchdowns. Clark picked apart the Spartan secondary with big plays, going 16-of-26 and completing passes of 70, 49, 37, 33, 32, 28, and 26 yards during his superlative day. His 32-yard touchdown strike to Williams in the second quarter broke the game wide open, giving Penn State a 28-0 lead, while his 70-yard scoring connection with Deon Butler late in the third quarter was a career-long. Clark was the primary catalyst for Penn State's school-record 419 passing yards against the Spartans, helping direct the Lions to 557 yards, with a season-high nine plays of 20 yards or more from scrimmage. Clark also ran for a touchdown in the Michigan State game and was named Big Ten Offensive Player-of-the-Week for the second time of the season. In his second career start, Clark threw for 215 yards and ran for 61, for 276 yards of total offense to direct the Lions to a 45-14 belting of Oregon State. He was 14-of-23, throwing touchdown passes to Mickey Shuler and Norwood. Clark's versatility was on display when he had a career-long rush of 24 yards in the first quarter, helping the Lions grab a 35-7 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Clark literally pushed the lead to 42-7 by dragging several Oregon State defenders the last five yards to complete a tough and electrifying 18-yard touchdown run. Among his numerous other standout performances was guiding Penn State to its highest point total against a ranked opponent since 1994 in the Nittany Lions' 48-7 drubbing of Wisconsin. He threw for a then-career-best 244 yards, completing 16-of-25 passes, with one touchdown and one interception to earn Big Ten Offensive Player-of-the-Week accolades. Clark capped a brilliant third-quarter drive by hitting Deon Butler with a 44-yard scoring strike. He also notched the first multiple rushing touchdown game of his career, scoring two on runs of two and four yards against the Badgers. Clark was on the field for 732 snaps, topped by 74 at Iowa.
    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/m-..._daryll00.html

    2010 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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    Daryll Clark, QB, Penn State
    Penn State quarterback Daryll Clark was one of the more impressive new starters in college football last season. Clark led Penn State to am 11-2 record and a Rose Bowl appearance in his first year. Many analysts compare him to Michael Robinson, the leader of the 2005 squad. Even though he is a dual threat quarterback, Clark is a much more polished passer than Robinson was. Clark has become an effective game manager during his short starting career. He checks down balls he could easily have forced into coverage, a good sign for a relatively inexperienced signal caller. Clark has started all 13 games for Penn State as a junior, with excellent results. He completed 59.8 percent of his passes for 2592 yards and 19 touchdowns, throwing just 6 interceptions in the process. Clark also used his mobility to his advantage, calling his own number 79 times in the run game. He ran for 282 yards last season, and scored 10 touchdowns on the ground, to go with the 5 rushing touchdowns he scored during his freshman and sophomore seasons. Clark had a solid senior year, but didn't show the drastic improvement scouts had hoped for. He completed 60.9 percent of his passes for 3003 yards with 24 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He again contributed in the running game with 211 yards and 7 rushing touchdowns. Some of Clark's struggles can be attributed to his inexperienced receiving corps. He was given a late invite to the East-West Shrine Game, where a good showing could help his draft stock tremendously. Clark is likely to be a late fourth or fifth round pick, but will be an excellent project for an NFL quarterback coach.

    Daryll Clark had a solid, but unimpressive performance at the East-West Shrine Game. He was inconsistent all week in practice with his accuracy, and had issues with his footwork. He did perform well in the actual game though, going 7 for 10 passing with 75 yards. He doesn't appear to have helped or hurt his stock, he's still a project pick in the middle rounds of the draft.
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/p...ospect_id=1720

    From our own Aston Gambino:
    PROS
    Physically, he's quite a specimen at 6'2", 233 lbs, and is quite mobile for being that big. His strength is his most impressive trait. The guy's biceps are bigger than my thighs, and he crushed all QBs at the combine on the bench.


    Get your tickets to the GUN SHOW!!

    He uses his athleticism well, and by that I mean he uses his mobility to buy more time, always preferring to throw than run, and was often able to shed an arm tackle or two to buy more time, similar to how Big Ben does. Quick enough to scramble for the first down when things break down, and was very effective running near the goal line (7 rushing TDs as a Senior, 9 as a Junior).

    In terms of his passing, he's been on of the most productive QBs we've ever had at Penn State, but keep in mind that we're a run-first, play-defense type of team. He was a starter for only two seasons, but his 5,742 career passing yards is good for 3rd all time at Penn State behind Zack Mills and Tony Sacca who were both 4 year starters. His 3,007 yards his senior season was the most by any Penn State quarterback.

    Great arm strength, throws a nice deep ball and when he has room, really steps into a throw and puts impressive zip on it. Decent accuracy on mid-range passes, leads receivers well.

    Mentally, he's rock solid. Outstanding leader, both emotionally and through his work ethic. Incredibly intelligent, film junkie, workout warrior, and a dedicated student of the game.

    CONS
    Against great defenses, he really struggled, particularly in his accuracy. In two career games against Ohio State (the best defense we play each year), he averaged only 120 yards a game. In both losses last year (Ohio State & Iowa), he completed less 43% of his passes, though you could make a strong case for weather being a factor at Iowa because it really was windy as hell, yet we kept on throwing the ball for some reason.

    When he misses, he tends to miss high, and has balls sail on him which led to many of his INTs. Lacks touch on short pass at times, seems more comfortable throwing mid-range passes. His wind up and delivery is a bit long-winded, especially when going deep, but he's quicker than Campbell. Occasionally holds the ball away from his body and had it slapped away a few times.

    A fierce competitor, but needs to be sure to reign his emotions in when things go bad. Sometimes in a close game after throwing a pick, you see him on the bench and he seriously looks like he's about to kill somebody. He's never blown up or had a meltdown of any kind, but it's appeared several times that he may have been on the brink.

    COMPARE TO
    Byron Leftwich.

    Daryll Clark on twitter.


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    Marques Slocum, DT, Eastern Arizona*
    6'5, 336lbs (wow).

    Highlights:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlFxs4D3Svg[/video]

    DOB: 05/12/1987
    Position: DT
    Height: 6’6”
    Weight: 340
    40 Yard Dash: 5.0
    Bench: 225 x 33 reps
    College: Michigan
    Professional: Philly Panthers
    U.S. ARMY All-American Game Participant
    Rivals.com HS Rank: #1 OG in USA
    Scout.com HS Rank: #5 DT in USA
    2005 US Army All-American

    Marque's Bio:

    Professional
    2009: Philadelphia Panthers:
    Marques currently plays semi-pro football with the Philadelphia Panthers. Slocum has absolutely dominated the line of scrimmage from both sides of the ball as an OG and DT. His speed, quickness and incredible power is unmatched in the league. Marques possesses incredible raw talent and upside potential. He will literally EXPLODE onto the scene in 2010. Marques is currently entertaining offers from multiple leagues in an attempt to best position himself for a run at an UFL, CFL or NFL mini camp and roster spot in 2010.

    College
    2008: Eastern Arizona College
    In 10 games, Slocum recorded 27 tackles (20 solo), 6 tackles for loss (25 yards), 3 sacks (15 yards), and one forced fumble.
    2006-07: Michigan
    2005: Milfred Prep, New Berlin, NY

    High School:
    2005: West Philadelphia Catholic HS
    Marques graduated high school as the Rivals.com #1 ranked OG and #5 ranked DT in the country. He made 78 tackles (30 for loss) and 8 sacks during his senior year after an equally impressive Junior season.(75 tackles and 9 sacks). His 2005 high school honors include:
    U.S. Army All-American (OG/DT),
    Parade All-American (OL),
    EA Sports All-American (OL),
    Street Smith All-American (OL)
    Rivals All American (OL),
    First Team All-State (PA),
    First Team All Southeastern Penn,
    First Team All Area (Tri-State),
    First team All-City (Philadelphia),
    First Team All- Catholic (Philadelphia),
    2005 Maxwell Award Winner
    U.S. Army All-American game (2205)
    Invite to 2005 All-City Game (Philadelphia)
    On January 20, 2010, Marques was named Philadelphia High Schools All Decade Team as the #1 OL of the decade.
    http://www.appletonsportsmanagement....es-slocum.html





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    Maurice Greer, RB, Troy State*
    5'10, 207lbs

    2008: Saw action in all 13 games as a backup running back and special teams player ... Finished the season with 31 rushing attempts for 194 yards and two scores ... Long run was a 60-yard gallop for a touchdown against Alcorn State ... Had two receptions on the year, both at Oklahoma State, for 15 yards ... Had 10 kickoff returns for 203 yards, including a 53 yard return against Southern Miss in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

    PRIOR TO TROY: During his sophomore season at Garden City, rushed for 778 yards and 14 touchdowns.

    PREP: Was a first-team All-State selection as a senior and was named Colorado Player of the Year after rushing for 2,186 yards and 30 touchdowns ... Was rated as the 10th best running back in the nation and was the number one prep player out of the state of Colorado ...
    http://www.troytrojans.com/ViewArtic...ATCLID=1523235

    Interesting story, overcame cancer! Definitely a fighter.






    *Confirmed by NFL.com
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    Klint Kubiak, DB, Colorado State
    6'0, 212lbs

    2009 (Senior): Had started the season's first six contests at strong safety until a pectoral muscle injury sustained in Game 6 ended his season...Named in the season's opening week one of five permanent team captains, one of two on defense (also Nick Oppenneer)...With the schedule allowing his dad the time to make a rare appearance at a CSU game, had six tackles in resounding 23-17 win at Colorado (Sept. 6); also assisted in Elijah-Blu Smith's first-quarter interception by crushing the intended receiver, Scotty McKnight...In win vs. Weber State (Sept. 12), combined with Alex Williams to drop Walter Payton award candidate Treyvn Smith for a loss on a first-quarter carry...In assertive 35-20 win vs. Nevada (Sept. 19), his third-down blitz pressure on the passer led to a tackle for loss an eventual second-quarter punt; later, made a diving interception of an overthrown pass to set up a third-quarter touchdown after replay review confirmed the turnover...Led the team with 12 tackles in conference-opening loss at No. 19 BYU (Sept. 26), including a big stick to drop RB Bryan Kariya on a 1-yard screen pass; the dozen stops were his most in a game since he had 12 vs. TCU, 11/25/06...In bitter 31-29 loss at Idaho (Oct. 3), registered his first career sack, dropping Nathan Enderle on third down to force a punt, setting up a critical Rams TD drive...In 24-17 loss vs. Utah (Oct. 10), had seven stops, including a touchdown-saving tackle early in the fourth quarter with the Rams protecting a 17-10 lead; sustained the season-ending injury late in the game, on a goal-line play...Earned academic all-conference following the season.

    2008 (Junior): Played in seven games with six starts as the Rams' free safety...Posted 28 tackles (21 solo) with one interception, one other pass broken up and a pair of forced fumbles...In first victory, vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 6), forced a first-quarter fumble...One year after his `07 season ended in his native Houston hours before the Rams were to meet the Cougars, sealed the Rams' 28-25 victory over Houston (Sept. 20) with a spectacular, leaping interception in the end zone with 2 seconds remaining; the athletic theft redeemed Kubiak for a tough-to-avoid facemask penalty that set up Houston inside the Rams' red zone with less a minute to play...In Cougars contest, in front of his family -- stripped of its power back home by Hurricane Ike -- tied for the team lead with nine tackles (seven solo), and blasted Houston's Patrick Edwards to break up a third-down pass, stopping a first-quarter Houston drive...At Cal (Sept. 27), forced a first-quarter fumble from Jahvid Best (recovered by teammate Wade Landers), ending a Bears drive in CSU territory, then dropped RB Shane Vereen on third down to force a third-quarter punt...Picked off an Omar Clayton pass in the Rams' end zone early vs. UNLV (Oct. 4), but a roughing-the-passer penalty nullified the play; rolled his ankle out of bounds on the ensuing return, and did not return...Missed ensuing four games, then returned to start at Air Force (Nov. 8), but incredibly sustained a knee injury on the game's first snap and did not return...Knee injury sidelined him for the final two regular-season games, but the Rams' bowl berth allowed him to return in a reserve role vs. Fresno State in the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20).

    2007 (Junior): After a series of hard-luck circumstances, elected to petition the MWC for a medical hardship waiver and played in 2008 as a redshirt junior...Played in just two games, both starts, and totaled 12 tackles (three solo)...Was seemingly in on every play over the season's first two games...Collected eight stops (six solo) in season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1)...Had four tackles (three solo) vs. Cal. (Sept. 1)...Having anticipated a return to his native city for months, instead endured one of the most miserable weekends of his life at Houston (Sept. 22); felt ill during pregame warmups, then was sent to a hospital, where he spent two nights after being diagnosed with low blood pressure and internal bleeding due to an ulcer...Snapped his 14-game starting streak at Houston...Returned to Colorado Sept. 25, and missed the ensuing two contests before opting for the medical waiver prior the Oct. 13 Air Force game.

    2006 (Sophomore): Started at safety in all 12 games...Led the team with 90 total stops and added six tackles for loss...Recorded five total tackles and added a fumble recovery at San Diego State (Dec. 2)...Led the team with 12 total tackles vs. TCU (Nov. 25)...Was second on the team with nine total tackles at Utah (Nov. 11), and registered his first career interception...Was second on the team with 10 total stops, including one for loss, vs. BYU (Nov. 4)...Had six total tackles at Wyoming (Oct. 21)...Posted a career-high 19 tackles to lead the team at Air Force (Oct. 12)...Was first on the team with seven total tackles, and added two pass break-ups, vs. UNLV (Oct. 7)...Was second on the team with nine tackles (two for loss), at Nevada (Sept. 16).

    2005 (Freshman): Named to academic all-conference team...Also earned CSU's team award for academic excellence...Played in 11 of 12 games on special teams and in the secondary as a reserve...Was the first true freshman to see action for the Rams in 2005...Finished the season with nine tackles, six unassisted.
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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OwSLe5Dn7M[/video]



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    Bo McNally, FS, Stanford
    6'0, 210lbs

    AT STANFORD: Fifth-year senior...leader of Stanford's secondary who has led the team in tackles each of the last two seasons...tough, aggressive, hard-nosed player who has emerged as one of the top safeties in the Pac-10 Conference...his work ethic, competiveness and enthusiasm for the game have earned immense respect from his teammates...consistent player who has a knack for making big plays...ranks as Stanford's active career leader in interceptions (8) and total tackles (211)...also has 14.0 tackles-for-loss and 4.0 sacks in his 36-game career, which includes 25 starts...enters his final season needing one interception to enter Stanford's all-time career top-10 list...has three career touchdowns to his credit, including two on interception returns and one on a fake field goal attempt.

    2008 (SENIOR): Served as the team's co-captain along with Alex Fletcher...led the team in tackles for a second straight season...finished with 76 total tackles, including 53 solo...also had a career-high four interceptions...tied for fourth on the squad with 6.0 tackles-for-loss...finished tied for fourth in the Pac-10 in interceptions per game (0.33)...recorded his first interception of the season in the opener against Oregon State...picked off a Lyle Moevao pass and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown to give Stanford a 36-20 lead with 9:36 left in the game...marked his second career interception return for a TD (at Washington, 2006)...also had interceptions against UCLA, Washington State and California...had a season-high nine tackles at Notre Dame, including five solo efforts...had a team-high eight tackles at Oregon...also scored his third career touchdown on a fake field goal in the second quarter...raced 17 yards untouched into the end zone to tie the game, 17-17...matched his season-high with a nine-tackle effort against USC...totaled 23 tackles, including 19 solo stops, in the last three games against Oregon (8), USC (9) and Cal (6).

    2007 (JUNIOR): Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection...started all 12 games at free safety and led the team with 114 tackles, including 71 solo efforts...led or co-led the team in tackles seven times during the season...was second on the team in interceptions (2) and passes defended (8) and ranked third in pass breakups (6)...also added 7.5 tackles-for-loss, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble (TCU), a fumble recovery (Washington State) and a quarterback hurry...averaged 9.5 tackles per game which ranked second in the Pac-10 and 41st nationally...had six double-figure tackle games, including a career-high 15 stops in the season opener against UCLA...tallied 11 tackles (8 solo) the next week against San Jose State to earn Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week honors...recorded 10 tackles in three consecutive games vs. USC, TCU and Arizona...finished with 13 tackles against Cal in the Big Game...secured the victory at USC with an interception on the Trojans final drive...had a career-high-tying 1.5 TFL against Notre Dame and Cal.
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    Derrick Townsel, WR, Murray State
    5'9, 182lbs (another short WR!)

    2009 Consensus Draft Services HM Preseason All-America
    2009 Preseason All-OVC Wide Receiver
    2008 All-OVC Second Team Wide Receiver

    2008: Appeared in nine games, missing three with injury...had 53 catches for 667 yards and three scores...had three-straight 100-yard receiving games...had 11 catches for 199 against Tennessee Tech...fourth highest single-game yardage in school history...came on the heels of back-to-back games over 150 yards...returned a punt 64 yards for a TD against SEMO...effort earned him OVC Specialist of the Week honors.

    2007: Played in 10 games during the season...finished the season with 37 receptions for 359 yards and two scores...one-handed grab over the middle against Louisville landed him on ESPN’s Plays-of-the Day...had five catches for 55 yards, and four rushes for 52 yards and a score against TSU...had a season-high nine catches for 74 yards against UT Martin...caught seven passes for 87 yards in the finale against Austin Peay.

    2006: Played in 10 games during season...finished the season with 19 receptions for 234 yards...also returned 11 kickoffs for 142 yards...caught seven passes for a season-high 76 yards against then-No. 16 Eastern Illinois...had a 73-yard reception against SEMO.
    http://www.goracers.com/ViewArticle....&ATCLID=505956

    Hilight Tape:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjVzDmVUN9E[/video]

    Apparently he made Sportscenter's top 10 with a one-handed catch, but I can't find the video.

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    Tony Nelson, RB, UMass
    5'9, 208lbs

    UMass RB Tony Nelson (5091, 208) ran 4.55 forty; 36” vj; 17 reps; 10-4 bj; 4.33 shuttle; 6.62 three-cone (via @jvanfulpen)
    http://twitter.com/NFLDraftBible/status/10440896907


    AMHERST - Tony Nelson knows he can carry the football, and he has 2,046 career rushing yards to prove it.

    Now it's time to work on some other things.

    "I'm working on (reading) different defensive fronts, the receiving game, pass protection, and just being a smarter player," the University of Massachusetts senior tailback said.

    "I'm trying to get better at things other than carrying the ball."

    Nelson, who turned 22 Monday, ranks eighth all-time in rushing yardage at UMass. His average per carry of 5.4 yards is fifth.

    He has posted these numbers despite sharing time in 2007 with Matt Lawrence. Nelson was not a starter until last year, when he rushed for 1,325 yards, eighth best in school history and third best by a junior.

    Nelson averaged 110 yards per game, 17th in the nation. For this 5-foot-10, 210-pounder with breakaway speed, the goal now is to become the total package.
    http://www.masslive.com/sports/index...son_worki.html


    Once jilted by Clemson, Germantown RB finds stardom at UMass

    Tony Nelson remembers a summer day more than five years ago when he sat in the office of then Clemson football coach Tommy Bowden and listened to his compelling sales pitch, delivered in a charming Southern drawl.

    Nelson, a standout running back at Northwest High in Germantown, accepted Clemson's scholarship offer, only to be jilted later by Bowden, three weeks before he was set to sign a National Letter of Intent.

    Losing his chance to play Division I-A football was difficult to accept. But things have worked out for Nelson, who has rushed for 2,423 yards, ranking No. 6 all-time at Division I-AA Massachusetts.

    "Obviously I was upset about the whole thing. But looking back, it was for the best," said Nelson. "Things happen for a reason."

    The fall of 2008 was when karma kicked in for Bowden and Nelson. As Bowden was on his way to resigning in the middle of his 10th season, in part because his character was exposed, Nelson was emerging as a star at UMass.

    "I didn't really think anything of it," said Nelson of Bowden's departure. "I'd moved on."

    Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/sp...#ixzz0mAIRrw2i


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    Jaevery McFadden, LB, Wisconsin
    6'2, 230lbs

    Honors and Awards: 2009: Preseason third-team All-Big Ten selection by Phil Steele and Athlon ... UW Jay Seiler (Defense) Coaches' Appreciation Award

    2009: Led team in tackles (74) and ranked fourth with 8.5 TFLs ... started all 13 games ... tallied five tackles against Miami in Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 29 ... made one tackle against Hawaii on Dec. 5 ... recorded six tackles, 1.0 TFLs for three yards and recovered one fumble against Northwestern on Nov. 21 ... named UW's co-defensive player of the week after career-high 2.5 TFLs, as part of six tackles, against Michigan on Nov. 14 ... had five tackles against Indiana on Nov. 7 ... team-high nine tackles and 1.0 TFLs against Purdue on Oct. 31 ... made four tackles and had one TFL against Iowa on Oct. 17 ... posted six tackles against Ohio State on Oct. 10 ... broke up one pass and had two tackles against Minnesota on Oct. 3 ... had four tackles and one quarterback hurry against Michigan State on Sept. 26 ... tallied eight tackles, including one TFL, against Wofford on Sept. 19 ... recorded season-high 10 tackles and had first sack of career against Fresno State on Sept. 12 ... registered eight tackles, including 1.0 TFL, against Northern Illinois on Sept. 5

    2008: Earned third letter ... started all 13 games at middle linebacker ... led the team with 84 tackles (34 solo, team-best 50 assisted) ... tied for 13th in the Big Ten with 6.5 tackles per game ... two PBU's and three quarterback hurries ... five tackles against Florida State in the Champs Sports Bowl ... five tackles against Cal Poly on Nov. 22 ... three stops against Minnesota on Nov. 15 ... four tackles at Indiana on Nov. 8 before leaving the game with a concussion ... five stops at Michigan State on Nov. 1 ... eight tackles and a pass breakup on Oct. 25 against Illinois ... seven tackles at Iowa on Oct. 18 ... four tackles on Oct. 11 against Penn State ... eight tackles and one fumble recovery on Oct. 4 against Ohio State ... game-high nine tackles, one for loss, at Michigan on Sept. 27 ... seven tackles including a 1-yd TFL at Fresno State on Sept. 13 ... broke right hand in first half against Bulldogs but returned to record four of his seven stops ... team-high nine tackles, including one TFL against Marshall on Sept. 6 ... named UW's co-defensive player of the week against Marshall ... made first career start at mike linebacker against Akron on Aug. 30 and totaled career-high 11 tackles

    2007: Earned second letter ... played on special teams and/or at linebacker in 10 games (missed games vs. 13th-ranked Michigan on Nov. 10, at No. 1-ranked Ohio State on Nov. 3 and vs. Indiana on Oct. 27 due to injury) ... had three tackles and a pass breakup in the 2008 Outback Bowl against 16th-ranked Tennessee ... registered a six-yard TFL in win over Northern Illinois on Oct. 20 ... named UW special teams player of the week after he forced a fumble on punt coverage at Penn State on Oct. 13 ... assisted on a tackle at Illinois on Oct. 6 ... assisted on pair of tackles in win over Iowa on Sept. 22 ... season-high four tackles in win over The Citadel on Sept. 15

    2006: Earned first letter ... played in all 13 games (mostly on special teams) ... most extensive action of career came while substituting at LB for Jonathan Casillas during second half of Capital One Bowl win over 12th-ranked Arkansas ... also made brief appearances at LB vs. Buffalo on Nov. 18, vs. Minnesota on Oct. 14, at Indiana on Sept. 30 and vs. Western Illinois on Sept. 9 ... season-high three tackles (all solos) vs. Buffalo ... forced a fumble vs. Hoosiers ... two tackles vs. Leathernecks ... a former tight end

    2005: Redshirted
    http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-fo...jaevery00.html

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    *wipes sweat off face* Man this weekend drained the hell outta me. LOL but looks like Washinton Redskins is the team. Thanks for the support
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    Nice info, Lanky. Thanks for the updates.
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    Great information! Sounds like we may have some finds.
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    Concerned about Williams' ankle injury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanky Livingston View Post
    Concerned about Williams' ankle injury.

    What's the red flag on the ankle? Can't seem to find any additional info. on it. I know he was undrafted, but do you think Shanahan/Allen would take a chance on him without a good report on the ankle?
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    Updated with the signing of Daryll Clark, QB from Penn State.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billfishead View Post
    What's the red flag on the ankle? Can't seem to find any additional info. on it. I know he was undrafted, but do you think Shanahan/Allen would take a chance on him without a good report on the ankle?
    Dunno, but ankle-injuries on RBs tend to never heal fully, and they lose a step. But maybe he's fine? Just concerned, that's all.
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    Derrick Townsel, WR from Murray State invited to camp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanky Livingston View Post
    Dunno, but ankle-injuries on RBs tend to never heal fully, and they lose a step. But maybe he's fine? Just concerned, that's all.
    I share your concern, just thought someone somewhere might have a little more detail on the injury. A clean break vs multiple fracture makes a big difference. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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    Another RB signs, Maurice Greer from Troy State.
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    Maurice Greer fought cancer!

    TROY — Maurice Greer knew something was wrong after he took a hit to the groin in a practice before his second year in junior college.

    Turns out, the hit may have saved his life.

    “I just knew something wasn’t right,” said Greer, a junior running back who will suit up for Troy this year. “I told the trainer, he said to ice it for 20 minutes, and if the swelling hadn’t gone down, we’ll take you to the emergency room.”

    At first, it seemed simple. He had a surgical incision on the lower part of his stomach where some tissue was removed. Doctors told him after the surgery that he could just heal up and be back in two or three weeks.

    But on his way home from that surgery, doctors gave him bad news.

    “They told me my right testicle was cancerous, and they’d have to remove it,” Greer said. “I was in shock. I cried like a baby. My mom and stepdad took it harder than I did. My mom almost fainted.”

    That was in the fall of 2006. Today, the former Mr. Football in Colorado will realize his Division I-A football dream, when he takes the field for Troy, which opens practice today.

    But it wasn’t an easy road. Greer signed with Colorado in high school, but his test scores weren’t high enough so he enrolled at Garden City Community College in Kansas. He was poised to have a big sophomore season before the cancer was discovered.
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    Apparently Clark is not yet signed, but Redskins are the favorite to sign him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanky Livingston View Post
    Marques Slocum, DT, Eastern Arizona - 6'5, 336lbs (wow).

    Highlights:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlFxs4D3Svg[/video]

    Not much available on this guy...
    Lanky, I found this.



    Marques Slocum

    DOB: 05/12/1987
    Position: DT
    Height: 6’6”
    Weight: 340
    40 Yard Dash: 5.0
    Bench: 225 x 33 reps
    College: Michigan
    Professional: Philly Panthers
    U.S. ARMY All-American Game Participant
    Rivals.com HS Rank: #1 OG in USA
    Scout.com HS Rank: #5 DT in USA
    2005 US Army All-American

    Marque's Bio:

    Professional
    2009: Philadelphia Panthers:
    Marques currently plays semi-pro football with the Philadelphia Panthers. Slocum has absolutely dominated the line of scrimmage from both sides of the ball as an OG and DT. His speed, quickness and incredible power is unmatched in the league. Marques possesses incredible raw talent and upside potential. He will literally EXPLODE onto the scene in 2010. Marques is currently entertaining offers from multiple leagues in an attempt to best position himself for a run at an UFL, CFL or NFL mini camp and roster spot in 2010.

    College
    2008: Eastern Arizona College
    In 10 games, Slocum recorded 27 tackles (20 solo), 6 tackles for loss (25 yards), 3 sacks (15 yards), and one forced fumble.
    2006-07: Michigan
    2005: Milfred Prep, New Berlin, NY

    High School:
    2005: West Philadelphia Catholic HS
    Marques graduated high school as the Rivals.com #1 ranked OG and #5 ranked DT in the country. He made 78 tackles (30 for loss) and 8 sacks during his senior year after an equally impressive Junior season.(75 tackles and 9 sacks). His 2005 high school honors include:
    U.S. Army All-American (OG/DT),
    Parade All-American (OL),
    EA Sports All-American (OL),
    Street Smith All-American (OL)
    Rivals All American (OL),
    First Team All-State (PA),
    First Team All Southeastern Penn,
    First Team All Area (Tri-State),
    First team All-City (Philadelphia),
    First Team All- Catholic (Philadelphia),
    2005 Maxwell Award Winner
    U.S. Army All-American game (2205)
    Invite to 2005 All-City Game (Philadelphia)
    On January 20, 2010, Marques was named Philadelphia High Schools All Decade Team as the #1 OL of the decade.
    Here's the site which also has a half a dozen more highlight vids.

    http://www.appletonsportsmanagement....es-slocum.html
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    Thanks! Here is some more on Marques Slocum, from Steinz:

    http://www.everydayshouldbesaturday....arques-slocum/
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    nice compilation, lanky! well done.

    the klint kubiak invitation was a nice surprise. the shanahan and kubiak kids grew up together in colorado.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beamish View Post
    nice compilation, lanky! well done.

    the klint kubiak invitation was a nice surprise. the shanahan and kubiak kids grew up together in colorado.
    I was wondering if Klint was Gary Kubiak's son! Awesome family connection - although I'm a little surprised he didn't end up in Houston!
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    Daryll Clark confirms he has signed with the Redskins:

    http://twitter.com/RickMaese/statuses/12843286554

    He was a pretty good QB for Penn State, no?
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    This Darryl Clark?

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjevB7vdXGQ[/video]
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