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Thread: My All-Late Round Team

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    My All-Late Round Team

    QB Jonathan Crompton- Tennessee
    -Tools are there, see other thread
    RB Keiland Williams- LSU
    -Developmental 3rd down back
    WR Shay Hodge- Ole Miss
    -Good body, good tools, good program
    WR Mike Williams- Syracuse
    -Big talent before he walked out on team
    WR David Nelson- Florida
    -Underutilized and underappreciated; tall, fast, willing blocker, good intangibles
    TE Steve Maneri- Temple
    OT Selvish Capers- West Virginia
    OG Chris Scott- Tennessee
    C Josh McNeil- Tennessee
    OG Jeff Byers- USC
    OT Thomas Welch- Vanderbilt

    DE Alex Daniels- Cincinnati
    DT Malcolm Sheppard- Arkansas
    -This guy was Arkansas' defense. I love him.
    DL Al Woods- LSU
    DE O'Brien Schofield- Wisconsin
    -3rd rounder before he tore his knee to sh*t; definite fit for 3-4 OLB.
    OLB Stevenson Sylvester- Utah
    MLB Micah Johnson- Kentucky
    -Brandon Siler-lite; he'll be a solid backup for a 3-4 team with a chance to start. 4-3? Meh...
    OLB Ryan Stamper- Florida
    -Not big or fast but great intangibles; good special teams guy/backup.
    CB Walter McFadden- Auburn
    -Solid man coverage skills but needs to bulk up
    CB Rafael Priest- TCU
    -Great ball skills, but short
    S Robert Johnson- Utah
    -Instinctual and can lay the wood
    S- Darian Stewart- South Carolina

    I think most of these guys have practice squad potential, with a good handful having the potential to make a roster and contribute down the road.
    Last edited by gangGREENinsider; 04-17-2010 at 11:43 PM.

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    I think McNeil's career is over....I'd carve him out and put Geralds/Mississippi or Allen/ECU in there....

    Stewart could go as early as round three....late round S's I like Aaron Webster/Cincinnati a bunch.....

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    I'd keep alot of the same players. Good choices. Keiland Williams is one of my favorite sleeper RBs...Chris Scott should be a player...Woods...Hodge...Crompton is what you say he is but I think there are several other late round QBs above him...Nelson is a little below Cooper and Murphy before him, but he'll be a good find...Micah Johnson's a good player.

    I won't repeat any names from GGI's but I'll give this a shot:

    QB - Levi Brown (Troy) - Throws a good spiral and he's athletic with some size.
    RB - Javariss James (Miami) - Really like Williams too.
    FB - Rashawn Jackson (Virginia) - Highest upside of all the polished fullback prospects IMO.
    TE - Colin Peek (Alabama)
    WR - Carlton Mitchell (Souf Florida)
    WR - Blair White (MSU)
    OT - Will Barker (Virginia) - Virginia OT guys have been good lately.
    OG - Chris Marinelli (Stanford)
    C - Chris Hall (Texas)
    OG - Eric Olsen (Notre Dame) - Could be a pretty good RG, underrated.
    OT - Kyle Calloway (Iowa)

    DL - Vince Oghobaase (Duke)
    DL - Jay Ross (ECU)
    DL - Lorenzo Washington (Alabama)

    LB - Lindsey Witten (UConn)
    LB - AJ Edds (Iowa)
    LB - Vincent Ray (Duke)
    LB - Antonio Coleman (Auburn)

    CB - Crezdon Butler (Clemson)
    CB - Devin Ross (Arizona)

    S - Kendrick Lewis (Ole Miss)
    S - Nick Polk (Indiana)
    Last edited by SenorGato; 04-18-2010 at 02:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SenorGato View Post
    I'd keep alot of the same players. Good choices. Keiland Williams is one of my favorite sleeper RBs...Chris Scott should be a player...Woods...Hodge...Crompton is what you say he is but I think there are several other late round QBs above him...Nelson is a little below Cooper and Murphy before him, but he'll be a good find...Micah Johnson's a good player.

    I won't repeat any names from GGI's but I'll give this a shot:

    QB - Levi Brown (Troy) - Throws a good spiral and he's athletic with some size.
    RB - Javariss James (Miami) - Really like Williams too.
    FB - Rashawn Jackson (Virginia) - Highest upside of all the polished fullback prospects IMO.
    TE - Colin Peek (Alabama)
    WR - Carlton Mitchell (Souf Florida)
    WR - Blair White (MSU)
    OT - Will Barker (Virginia) - Virginia OT guys have been good lately.
    OG - Chris Marinelli (Stanford)
    C - Chris Hall (Texas)
    OG - Eric Olsen (Notre Dame) - Could be a pretty good RG, underrated.
    OT - Kyle Calloway (Iowa)

    DL - Vince Oghobaase (Duke)
    DL - Jay Ross (ECU)
    DL - Lorenzo Washington (Alabama)

    LB - Lindsey Witten (UConn)
    LB - AJ Edds (Iowa)
    LB - Vincent Ray (Duke)
    LB - Antonio Coleman (Auburn)

    CB - Crezdon Butler (Clemson)
    CB - Devin Ross (Arizona)

    S - Kendrick Lewis (Ole Miss)
    S - Nick Polk (Indiana)
    I don't think Peek and Coleman are LATE rounders but acceptable. Yeah, they're obviously good.

    Love Lewis and Ross...Like Whitten...JJ has obvious talent.

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