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Thread: The "Big" Wide Receivers in The 2003 Draft

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    Jeez James Adkisson is quick too - any dirt?


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    duh - sorry

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    Like Jet Fumes said, lots of wide outs here. That's why the talk of moving up in the draft to take Rogers or Johnson doesn't make sense. They have proven they can draft well late with WR's. Defence, then offence guys.

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    What the hell.....I remind you, he didn't start his junior year!! Granted, this is the draft, we are looking for some potential. He did get hurt, so I give the guy credit for trying to play.

    This from his senior year. [img][/img]

    2002 PRESEASON – Showed flashes of his outstanding talent during spring practice ... Has the size, speed and physical tools to be outstanding ... Coach Holtz believes he is as talented a receiver that he's ever coached ... Gamecocks are hoping he steps forward and has a banner senior season ... Could be a difference-maker on offense ... Heads into preseason camp as one of the starters at wide receiver ... In the Spring Game, he had four catches for 81 yards, including a 41-yard touchdown reception.

    2001 – Was redshirted after missing some practice time with a back injury ... Coaches were impressed with his performance late in the year when working with the scout squad ... Appeared in two games (Boise State and Georgia) before being held out the remainder of the year with the back injury ... Caught two passes for eight yards ... In the spring he competed with the track team as a jumper and sprinter ... In the Spring Game, he had three receptions for 59 yards, with a long gain of 27 yards ... Competed at the 2002 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships.

    2000 – First-year player who transferred to USC from Kemper Junior College ... Appeared in all 12 games with four starts ... Had 17 catches for 227 yards, with a per catch average of 13.4 ... Started against Eastern Michigan, Mississippi State, Alabama and Arkansas ... His 35-yard reception from Phil Petty late in the MSU game helped set up USC’s go-ahead touchdown play ... That grab came over Bulldog all-America cornerback Fred Smoot ... Also had a 28-yard catch from Petty against Eastern Michigan, a game in which he had a season-high eight receptions for 100 yards ... Against Clemson he caught two passes for 27 yards.

    JUNIOR COLLEGE – One of the leading receivers in the junior college ranks ... Earned junior college All-America honors ... Had 59 receptions for 1,375 yards and seven touchdowns ... Against Northeast Oklahoma, he had seven catches for 256 yards and two touchdowns ... Played for Coach David Ross at Kemper Junior College ... Also considered Arizona State, Michigan State and Missouri.

    HIGH SCHOOL – Went to Ritenow High School where he played for Coach Rich Shelton ... Played one year of football and also played basketball ... First-team all-state as a kick returner.

    2002 South Carolina Gamecock Football
    South Carolina Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 24, 2002)

    RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
    All games
    Adkisson,James 5 3 43 8 35 11.7 0 27 7.0

    RECEIVING GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G

    Adkisson,James 5 9 112 12.4 1 44 22.4

    KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long

    Adkisson,James 1 5 5.0 0 5

    USC senior wide receiver James Adkisson is scheduled to have an MRI performed on his knee later today to determine the extent of an injury he suffered at last night's game against the University of Virginia. Adkisson injured the knee returning a kickoff. The initial prognosis was that there could be possible ligament damage. A full report is not expected until Monday morning.

    Losing James Adkisson would be a blow to USC's passing game, offensive coordinator Skip Holtz said Sunday. "We didn't have a whole lot to go with a deep passing game to begin with," said Skip, "and losing James would be a setback. He has really come on the past few weeks and had developed into a big-play threat

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    Walter Young, now her is a guy I definately could live with. Damn, he is 221lbs!!

    Runs a 4.6 which is slow, but he has better hands than most and is a smart player due to his QB past. Played some hoops as well. Loads of touchdowns and a great possession guy.

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    Kelly Washington!

    Make it happenBradway...I tell ya this guys going to be a star inthis league :ph34r:

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by JonEJet[/i]@Apr 10 2003, 09:38 PM
    [b] Another sleeper I like is Anton Page, Texas Tech!!

    He has very good hands and makes most of his plays around the goal line on the fade route. Great leaper. 4.48 40 time at 6 feet 5. A JUCO guy who was injured last year. If he gets the playing time who needs to show his potential. Could be a big time riser at the combine and TT workouts. Not afraid to go over the middle and take a hit. Can throw a pretty mean block!

    Also Mike Bush, Washington State.

    A bit skinny, but 6'6"!! Two-sport star, turning out for the Cougars basketball squad. Should step in and be a major TD threat in the red zone. Needs to add some weight to his lanky frame

    I can go on and on!! [/b][/quote]
    Of course you can go on and on, it's not to hard to do when you copy and paste from this site, word for word, lol:



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