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    Official underclassman list

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=090...o&confirm=true


    thought it'd be useful for draft forum purposes:


    Asher Allen, DB Georgia
    Kenny Britt, WR Rutgers
    Eben Britton, OT Arizona
    Donald Brown, DB Connecticut
    Everette Brown, DE Florida St.
    Carson Butler, TE Michigan
    Jairus Byrd, DB Oregon
    James Casey, TE Rice
    Jeremy Childs, WR Boise St.
    Glen Coffee, RB Alabama
    Emanuel Cook, DB South Carolina
    Jared Cook, TE South Carolina
    Michael Crabtree, WR Texas Tech
    Andrew Davie, TE Arkansas
    Nate Davis, QB Ball St.
    Vontae Davis, DB Illinois
    Maurice Evans, DE Penn State
    Josh Freeman, QB Kansas St.
    Mike Goodson, RB Texas A&M
    Shonn Greene, RB Iowa
    Brian Hartline, WR Ohio St.
    Percy Harvin, WR Florida
    Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR Maryland
    P.J. Hill, RB Wisconsin
    Greg Isdaner, G West Virginia
    Ricky Jean-Francois, DT LSU
    Jeremy Maclin, WR Missouri
    Sen'Derrick Marks, DT Auburn
    Aaron Maybin, DE Penn State
    LeSean McCoy, RB Penn State
    Andrew Means, WR Indiana
    D.J. Moore, DB Vanderbilt
    Knowshon Moreno, RB Georgia
    Cameron Morrah, TE California
    Captain Munnerlyn, DB South Carolina
    Hakeem Nicks, WR North Carolina
    Kevin Ogletree, WR Virginia
    Jerraud Powers, DB Auburn
    Richard Quinn, TE North Carolina
    Mark Sanchez, QB USC
    Andre Smith, OT Alabama
    Sean Smith, DB Utah
    Matt Stafford, QB Georgia
    Donald Washington, DB Ohio St.
    Chris Wells, RB Ohio St.
    Brandon Williams, DE Texas Tech

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    Asher Allen is declaring??! Interesting, he is one of the most physical and aggressive defensive backs in the draft and he could look pretty well opposite of Revis...

    (Even though we might rather sign help in free agency)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Mo View Post
    Asher Allen is declaring??! Interesting, he is one of the most physical and aggressive defensive backs in the draft and he could look pretty well opposite of Revis...

    (Even though we might rather sign help in free agency)
    I knew his name sounded familiar. I had no idea he declared either, but that does make this ridiculously deep DB class even deeper...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chica me Tipo View Post
    I knew his name sounded familiar. I had no idea he declared either, but that does make this ridiculously deep DB class even deeper...
    Very true. Both the CB and S classes are very deep...

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    Four players are missing from that list, that should be there:

    Paul Kruger, DE, Utah
    Austin Collie, WR, Brigham Young
    Gerald McRath, LB, Southern Miss.
    Chris Baker, DL, Ex-Penn State/Hampton

    Kruger's agent says he was ommitted because of some glitch (he left high school before 2005?), but has been approved. I'd assume fellow mormon Austin Collie was left off for the same, weird reason? Josh Buchanan, DD.com contributor, talked to Baker tonight and he says he was approved, also.

    Collie, Baker and McRath all got 4th to 7th round projections from scouts...Kruger probably got a higher projection.

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