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    GRADES for udfa - jets : A ~ ~ ~

    UDFA Grades - AFC
    by Sigmund Bloom on 05/01/09

    ~ ~ New York Jets

    DT Ty Steinkuhler, Nebraska
    SS Keith Fitzhugh, Mississippi State
    OC Michael Parenton, Tulane
    WR Britt Davis, Northern Illinois
    SS Emanuel Cook, South Carolina
    FB Brannan Southerland, Georgia
    OL Ryan McKee Southern Mississippi
    OT Kyle Link, McNeese State
    QB Chris Pizzotti, Harvard
    OT Tavita Thompson, Oregon State
    TE J’Nathan Bullock, Cleveland State
    TE Andrew Davie, Arkansas
    DL Matt Kroul, Iowa
    P T.J. Conley, Idaho
    TE Robert Myers, Utah State
    DE Zach Potter, Nebraska
    DE Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers

    What a group - Steinkuhler, Fitzhugh, Cook, Southerland, Davie, and Potter were all draftable guys on my board, and I fully expect Potter to make the team as a 3-4 DE. Westerman is also an interesting guy because he would have been rated much higher if he hadn’t tore his bicep. Terrific job offsetting the pain of only having three picks because of two trade up deals.

    Grade: A

    > [url]http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/1/udfa_grades_-_afc/[/url]

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    TX reply in 3...2...1...

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    [QUOTE=BleedingGreen;3114018]TX reply in 3...2...1...[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, get back to me when Pizzotti puts up Tom Brady numbers. Not to mention the 3 SB rings.

    [SIZE="1"](or the cheating)[/SIZE]

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    Emanual Cook is on Deion Sanders reality show ''Prime U'', he looked like a beast, until he got injured. He's a workout warrior.

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    What did the pats get for a grade?

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    [QUOTE=FF2®;3114606]What did the pats get for a grade?[/QUOTE]

    A :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=kelly;3113969]UDFA Grades - AFC
    by Sigmund Bloom on 05/01/09

    ~ ~ New York Jets

    DT Ty Steinkuhler, Nebraska
    SS Keith Fitzhugh, Mississippi State
    OC Michael Parenton, Tulane
    WR Britt Davis, Northern Illinois
    SS Emanuel Cook, South Carolina
    FB Brannan Southerland, Georgia
    OL Ryan McKee Southern Mississippi
    OT Kyle Link, McNeese State
    QB Chris Pizzotti, Harvard
    OT Tavita Thompson, Oregon State
    TE J’Nathan Bullock, Cleveland State
    TE Andrew Davie, Arkansas
    DL Matt Kroul, Iowa
    P T.J. Conley, Idaho
    TE Robert Myers, Utah State
    DE Zach Potter, Nebraska
    DE Jamaal Westerman, Rutgers

    What a group - Steinkuhler, Fitzhugh, Cook, Southerland, Davie, and Potter were all draftable guys on my board, and I fully expect Potter to make the team as a 3-4 DE. Westerman is also an interesting guy because he would have been rated much higher if he hadn’t tore his bicep. Terrific job offsetting the pain of only having three picks because of two trade up deals.

    Grade: A

    > [url]http://draftguys.com/index.php/articles/1/udfa_grades_-_afc/[/url][/QUOTE]





    Eat your heart out Bit... Bwahahahahahahahahaha!!! And that's coming from Sigmund now:yes:

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    Throw in TJ Conley A+

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    [QUOTE=K-Ro 25;3114638]A :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    So the huge gap remained the same?

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    Tx* is just pissed that the Jets FA classs maybe better than the Pats* draft class;)

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    [QUOTE=woodside;3114769]Tx* is just pissed that the Jets FA classs maybe better than the Pats* draft class;)[/QUOTE]

    You do realize that if you have a bunch of UDFA's making the final roster, it pretty much means your team sucks. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=woodside;3114769]Tx* is just pissed that the Jets FA classs maybe better than the Pats* draft class;)[/QUOTE]
    if only that was true ~ ~ :(

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;3114771]You do realize that if you have a bunch of UDFA's making the final roster, it pretty much means your team sucks. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    If your point is that the Pats* suck bcause Wes Welcher was an UDFA, I'm not going to argue with you. :eek:

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;3114764]So the huge gap remained the same?[/QUOTE]

    you talking 'bout your vagina?? :confused:












    ;)

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    Prediction: Of all these names, Southerland makes the team. He's the 2nd or 3rd best FB in the draft. He'll be a monster on special teams and learn from Richardson this year before he solidifies into a fossil and then takes over full time next year.

    Height: 6-0 | Weight: 242 | 40-Time: 4.68
    Brannan Southerland | Georgia Bulldogs
    Official Bio

    Strengths:
    Decent speed and athleticism...Extremely tough...Very strong and powerful...Terrific short-yardage / goaline runner...A great blocker who can really get out and fit on the second level...Solid hands...Good awareness...Team leader...Fantastic work ethic...Great special teamer.

    Weaknesses:
    Health and durability are concerns...Wasn't overly productive...Not really a dominating lead blocker...Does not look very comfortable as a receiver...Does everything well but nothing amazing...Limited upside.

    Notes:
    Essentially a four-year starter in the SEC...Was named a captain for the Bulldogs...Earned the team’s David Jacobs Award as a player who by example portrayed courage, spirit, character and determination as well as the Leon Farmer Award for dedication to the strength and conditioning program...Missed spring drills in 2006 due to shoulder surgery...Fractured the navicular bone in his left foot late in the 2007 season and the resulting surgeries and rehab basically wiped out his senior year...Versatile fullback who can be a threat as a runner, receiver and blocker...Definitely has the talent to play in the NFL and perhaps even start in the right situation as long as he can stay healthy.

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    [QUOTE=Jetfan61;3114746]Throw in TJ Conley A+[/QUOTE]


    Who is that???

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