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Who are your top UDFA's?

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Here is a partial list of who is still available.

Cornerback
Leonard Johnson CB Iowa St
Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
Ryan Steed CB Furman
Coryell Judie CB Texas A&M
Cliff Harris CB Oregon
Donnie Fletcher CB Boston College

Safety
Kelcie Mccray S Arkansas St
Phillip Thomas S Syracuse
Sean Richardson S Vanderbilt
Johnny Thomas S Oklahoma St
Eddie Pleasant S Oregon
Janzen Jackson S McNeese St
Aaron Henry S Wisconsin

Receiver
Dwight Jones WR UNC
Pat Edwards WR Houston
Chris Owusu WR Stanford
Gerell Robinson WR Arizona St
Jermaine Kearse WR Washington
Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M
Marquis Maze WR Alabama
Kashiif Moore WR UConn
Jarrett Boykin WR Va Tech

Running Back
Chris Polk RB Washington
Tauren Poole RB Tennessee
Brandon Bolden RB Ole Miss
Davin Meggett RB Maryland
Jonas Gray RB Notre Dame
Darrell Scott RB S Florida
Marc Tyler RB USC

Defensive End
Jamie Blatnick DE Oklahoma St
Brett Roy DE Nevada
Rennie Moore DE Clemson
Jacquies Smith DE Missouri
Matt Conrath DE Virginia

Defensive Tackle
Dajohn Harris DT USC
Loni Fangupo DT BYU
Marcus Forston DT Miami
Vaughn Meatoga DT Hawaii
Chas Alecxih DT Pittsburgh
Nick Jean-Baptiste DT Baylor
Tydreke Powell DT UNC

Offensive Tackle
Matt Reynolds OT BYU
Markus Zusevics OT Iowa
Jeff Adams OT Columbia
Bryce Harris OT Fresno St
Bradley Sowell OT Ole Miss
Levy Adcock OT Oklahoma St
John Cullen OT Utah

Offensive Guard
James Brown OG Troy
Luke Nix OG Pittsburgh
Antoine Mcclain OG Clemson
Rishaw Johnson OG California PA
Desmond Wynn OG Rutgers
Ronald Leary OG Memphis
Jaymes Brooks OG Va Tech

Inside Linebacker
Shawn Loiseau ILB Merrimack
Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona St
Ryan Baker ILB LSU
Marcus Dowtin ILB N Alabama
Jerry Franklin ILB Arkansas

Center
Michael Brewster C Ohio St
William Vlachos C Alabama
Quentin Saulsberry C Miss St
Garth Gerhart C Arizona St
Moe Petrus C UConn
David Snow C Texas
Mason Cloy C Clemson

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Besides Nick Jean-Baptiste, there are a few others I'd like to see contacted, including Minniefield, Loiseau, Brown and Phillip Thomas. Would also like to bring in another Center for a look. Who would you like to see signed?
 

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I'd definitely bring in Chase Minnifield...
 

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I just knew Cincinnati was going to end up with Burfict. I can't say I wouldn't have minded seeing if we would give him his shot.
 

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I'd like to give Darrell Green's son a shot just because he's Green's son. From what I hear like his Dad he doesn't have great hands, but... if he has his father's speed and instincts he definitely can help the team.
 

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Dammit, NJB to the Ratbirds. I was really hoping we'd nab the big fella. :(

Thanks for the link Bob!
 

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I'd like to give Darrell Green's son a shot just because he's Green's son. From what I hear like his Dad he doesn't have great hands, but... if he has his father's speed and instincts he definitely can help the team.
Jared Green to the Panthers. :(
 

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Another "unofficial" list:

Michael Shaw, RB, Michigan
Grant Garner, C, OKSt.
Eain Smith, S, WVU
Brian McNally DE, New Hampshire
Darius Hanks WR, Alabama
Josh Oglesby OT, Wisconsin
Lance Lewis WR, ECU
Kevin Bolden WR, Southern Miss
Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
Vaughn Meatoga, DE Hawaii
Monte Lewis, DT Jacksonville State
 

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Dammit, NJB to the Ratbirds. I was really hoping we'd nab the big fella. :(

Thanks for the link Bob!
yeah, he should do well there filling in for Ngata.
 

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The top UDFAs according to Walter.com, players that we signed, and players that we may want...

2. Chase Minnifield - CB, Virginia - Signed by us.

Edited to add...

Throughout the evening, the remaining players that were ranked by Walter were signed. However, to get the second best prospect from amongst the best of the UDFAs is nice to see.
 
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Latest list...

Eain Smith, S, WVU
Michael Shaw, RB, Michigan
Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
Lance Lewis, WR, ECU
Brian McNally, DE, New Hampshire
Darius Hanks, WR, Alabama
Lenny Creer, RB, La Tech
Vaughn Meatoga, DT, Hawaii
DJ Holt, LB, Cal
Grant Garner, C, Oklahoma State
Marcus Hyde, DE, William & Mary
 

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and we can add local product Kerby Long, WR, James Madison to the list as well. :)
 

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This guy's a monster at 6'7 and 340.

Very limited sample size of games played in college, though.
 

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North Carolina

I haven't seen Dwight Jones, WR from NC get signed yet... he's a beast... but I'm a Tar Heel born and breed though. :)

nevermind... wikipedia says he's a Texan
 

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Josh Oglesby from Wisconsin.

The Good.

12/05/11 - 2011 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Offensive Tackle Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin, has been selected All-Big Ten First Team for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the conference coaches. - Wisconsin football
12/05/11 - 2011 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (MEDIA): Tackle Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin, has been selected All-Big Ten First Team for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the conference media. - Wisconsin football

The Bad.

Knee problems.

Overview:

Josh Oglesby was supposed to be the next great offensive tackle to come out of Wisconsin. And he still could be. However, some major knee injuries have slowed his progress and the Badgers certainly have other linemen who are ready to take over if Oglesby cannot stay at full strength.

As a freshman, Oglesby moved all around the line filling in here and there. He ended up starting three games and appearing in all 13. By his sophomore season in 2009 the 6-7 Milwaukee native started ten games. He missed the other three games with what would become a major problem with his knees. In 2010 Oglesby was ready to bookend the strong Wisconsin offensive line with Gabe Carimi, but recurring knee injuries seriously hindered his season.



Final Projection:

If Oglesby can get healthy and stay healthy, he can be a great tackle at Wisconsin and in the NFL. He has a lot of potential and earned the starting job in 2009 and 2010 over some stiff competition, but that competition may keep Oglesby on the bench during the 2011 campaign. Oglesby will have to stay in the mix for the left tackle job with the Badgers for his senior season or at least secure the right tackle job and stay healthy if he hopes to follow his former teammates like Carimi into the NFL.

Link: http://www.collegesportsmadness.com/article/716
 

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