- Jul 14, 2009
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NFL Draft Day 3
Round 4 - The Washington Redskins select linebacker Perry Riley LSU
Louisiana State University Tigers
Stephenson High School
Standing out in a group is nothing new for Perry Riley. In high school, he played alongside Florida State’s Marcus Bell and Louisiana State teammate Kelvin Sheppard. As a senior with the Tigers, Riley was joined in the linebacker corps by standouts in Sheppard and Harry Coleman. Riley was productive and never overshadowed. In two seasons as a starter (2008-09) he racked up 157 tackles (77 solos), the second most over that time period by a Louisiana State player.
Waiting for the next pick. In the meantime, HERE is a quick piece on Riley.
Jason Campbell has been traded to the Oakland Raiders according to multiple sources, including the player.
@Adam_Schefter In return for QB Jason Campbell, #Redskins receive #Raiders fourth-round pick in '12.
Here's what we know. Campbell has been traded to the Oakland Raiders for a future conditional pick. Could be a fifth or fourth rounder depending on how he plays in Oakland, and it could be in 2012. Nothing has been announced or confirmed yet.
He has reportedly already agreed to a new deal with Oakland that is worth approximately $4.5 million in 2011.
There has been no official announcement from the team, but the league is reporting it, and Campbell himself has confirmed it.
Washington has traded out of the fifth round with Miami.
The Redskins traded the 163rd pick (5th) and acquired the 174th pick (6th round) and 219th (7th round) selections.
Round 6 - And with the 174th (6th round) pick of the 2010 NFL draft, the Redskins select Dennis Morris, tight end, Louisiana Tech.
Weight 253 lbs
38 catches, 623 yards, 12 TDs.
Redskins confirm Jason Campbell traded for 4th round selection in 2012.
Redskins trade 208th pick to New England for the 229th and 231st pick.
Round 7 –With the 219th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, Washington selects Terrence Austin UCLA
Height / Weight: 5-11 / 172
2009 - Saw action in 13 games with 12 starts ... Earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors as a kick returner ... Caught at least one pass in each of his final 27 games as a Bruin ... Ranked fifth in the Pac-10 (34th in NCAA) in all-purpose yards (139.85), 60th in the NCAA and fourth in the Pac-10 in kickoff returns (24.09), 34th in the NCAA and third in the Pac-10 in punt returns (9.15), 22nd in the Pac-10 in receiving yards (35.00) and tied for 22nd in receptions (2.85) ... Third on the team in receptions with 37 ... Ranked third on UCLA single-season all-purpose yards list with 1,818 (he is the record-holder with 1,878 yards - 2008) ... His 43 kickoff returns ranked No. 2 (he had 46 in 2008) and his 33 punt returns ranked tied for second ... Winner of the George W. Dickerson Award for Outstanding Offensive Player vs. USC and Offensive Winner of the Paul I. Wellman Memorial Award for All-Around Excellence.
Round 7 –With the 229th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, Washington selects center Erik Cook, New Mexico
Height / Weight:
6-6 / 318
• First Team All-MWC (2009)
• Second Team All-MWC (2008)
Three-year starter who was one of the premier offensive linemen in the Mountain West Conference and leader of the Lobos' outstanding offensive line group, dubbed The Hitmen, his final two years...first team all-MWC as senior and second team all-MWC selection as a junior...CollegeFootballNews.com rated him as the No. 4 senior center in the country entering the 2009 season...developed into a real leader up front as a junior, especially after starting QB Donovan Porterie suffered a season-ending injury in week 4...made all the line calls and blitz adjustments for the offensive line...an excellent athlete who could play any position on the line...manned the starting left tackle spot as a sophomore in 2007 and was extremely valuable as the top backup at every position up front...saw game action at tackle, guard, and center in `07 and played four of the five OL spots in a single game (vs. Sacramento State)...best position was center where he took over for `07 first team all-MWC honoree Vince Natali...39 career games with 33 starts (23 at C, 9 at OT, 1 at OG)...broke his right wrist during the final week of training camp in 2007 and taught himself to snap with his left hand the rest of the season when he played center...split time with an injured Natali late in the 2006 season...made tremendous progress on the field and in the weight room over his final two years...max of 348 in the power clean and 500 in the squat...selected to play in the Texas vs. The Nation all-star game and earned an invite to the NFL Combine.
SELVISH CAPERS, Jr.
West Virginia University Mountaineers
St. Augustine High
Ever since moving into the starting lineup midway through his sophomore season, the Mountaineers became more of a right-side-of-the-field type of offense, and for good reason. That’s where Selvish Capers resided. With 31 starting assignments to his credit, the dominant drive blocker was known for his footwork and balance, as he excelled as a
To listen to comments from Perry Riley click HERE
To listen to comments from Dennis Morris click HERE
To listen to comments from Bruce Allen click HERE