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Postby Daddymike59 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:21 am

QB Adrian McPherson 6-3 185 Florida State JR
QB Aaron Rodgers 6-2 220 California JR
QB Alex Smith 6-4 212 Utah JR
QB Walter Washington 6-2 240 Temple JR
Position Player Height Weight School Year
RB Marion Barber III 5-11 210 Minnesota JR
RB Maurice Clarett 5-11 230 Ohio State SO
RB Ciatrick Fason 6-0 212 Florida JR
RB Frank Gore 5-10 220 Miami-Florida JR
RB T.A. McClendon 5-11 216 NC State JR
RB Ryan Moats 5-9 201 Louisiana Tech JR
RB Verand Morency 5-11 230 Oklahoma State JR
RB Damien Nash 5-11 215 Missouri JR
RB Eric Shelton 6-3 248 Louisville JR
FB Matthew Tant 5-11 240 Vanderbilt JR
RB Tyson Thompson 6-1 207 San Jose State JR
Position Player Height Weight School Year
WR Dante Ridgeway 6-1 199 Ball State JR
WR Troy Williams 6-2 200 South Carolina JR
WR Mike Williams 6-5 230 USC JR
WR Steven Savoy 5-11 191 Utah JR
WR Roscoe Parrish 5-9 172 Miami-Florida JR
WR Chris Henry 6-5 200 West Virginia JR
Position Player Height Weight School Year
TE Heath Miller 6-5 255 Virginia JR
Position Player Height Weight School Year
Center Richie Incognito 6-3 300 Nebraska JR
Center Chris Spencer 6-3 310 Ole Miss JR
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Postby kevinoc81 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:52 am

QB Adrian McPherson 6-3 185 Florida State JR
QB Aaron Rodgers 6-2 220 California JR (sure thing)
QB Alex Smith 6-4 212 Utah JR (sure thing)
QB Walter Washington 6-2 240 Temple JR
RB Marion Barber III 5-11 210 Minnesota JR
RB Maurice Clarett 5-11 230 Ohio State SO
RB Ciatrick Fason 6-0 212 Florida JR (outside chance)
RB Frank Gore 5-10 220 Miami-Florida JR
RB T.A. McClendon 5-11 216 NC State JR
RB Ryan Moats 5-9 201 Louisiana Tech JR
RB Verand Morency 5-11 230 Oklahoma State JR
RB Damien Nash 5-11 215 Missouri JR
RB Eric Shelton 6-3 248 Louisville JR
FB Matthew Tant 5-11 240 Vanderbilt JR
RB Tyson Thompson 6-1 207 San Jose State JR
WR Dante Ridgeway 6-1 199 Ball State JR
WR Troy Williams 6-2 200 South Carolina JR (should be sure thing)
WR Mike Williams 6-5 230 USC JR (sure thing)
WR Steven Savoy 5-11 191 Utah JR
WR Roscoe Parrish 5-9 172 Miami-Florida JR
WR Chris Henry 6-5 200 West Virginia JR
TE Heath Miller 6-5 255 Virginia JR (should be sure thing)
Center Richie Incognito 6-3 300 Nebraska JR
Center Chris Spencer 6-3 310 Ole Miss JR

That's all I know. Other guys on here keep up with this more than me though.
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Postby kashikis » Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:59 am

You highlighted the right ones IMO. I don't think Fason will squeak in though, but he does have a chance.
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Postby Daddymike59 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:12 am

Where does Miller go? Any guess?
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Postby kevinoc81 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:38 am

Daddymike59 wrote:Where does Miller go? Any guess?


On value, I would say early to mid twenties, but you just can't tell until draft day and certain team's needs.
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Postby warrick95 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:50 am

It's Troy Williamson, btw. You highlighted the right ones. I also doubt Fason goes in the 1st, though.

Heath Miller has great hands, but just average speed and even average blocking. He lacks the true upside of a KWII or Shockey. It's a pretty bad draft class overall and the TEs are also reflective of this.
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Postby Kensat30 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 12:04 pm

If a 4th RB was to go in the 1st round, I would put my money on Barber.

I'm betting that McPherson is picked up in the end of round 1 as well.
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Postby no1cowboysfan » Wed Mar 09, 2005 12:41 pm

Kensat30 wrote:If a 4th RB was to go in the 1st round, I would put my money on Barber.

I'm betting that McPherson is picked up in the end of round 1 as well.


I doubt Fason goes in the first... as many teams either have bigger holes to fill, or incumbant RBs. Not a huge need for RB with this years draft. I also don't think McPhearson is a 1st rounder... if his stock increased, he'll be a 2nd at best. Too many doubts.

By the way, there are plenty of defensive underclassmen with 1st round potential too...
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