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CB in the 2008 Draft: Round 1: 20 to 32

Posted 03-12-2008 at 10:47 AM by hagan714
Updated 06-12-2008 at 07:14 AM by hagan714

2a. Antoine Cason, Arizona, 5115, 182, 4.49, 20, 35.5 (CB/S)

Cason returned to Tucson and now has 4 years at starting corner for the Wildcats, becoming even more polished and experienced. He improving drastically in each season. All Pac-10 2nd team in 2005, and Al Pac-10 1st team in 2006 and 2007. Good athleticism, excellent instincts, anticipation and awareness have made him almost flawless in coverage. Cason shows very fluid hips, good technique and footwork keeps him with the receiver...
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CB in the 2008 Draft: Round 1 top 20 pick

Posted 03-12-2008 at 10:30 AM by hagan714
Updated 06-12-2008 at 07:15 AM by hagan714

None of these guys have set themselves apart from each other. They all bring additional skills to the board. The problem is this, while the CB position is deep it does not have a group of truly great CBs. So the results is mock drafts have a lot of teams taking risks this year that they would never take in 2007. I would not be surprised to see CB become more of a hot item in round 2 and on the opening of day 2 with round 3 than in the first round like so many think.

1a. Leodis McKelvin,...
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Posted 02-23-2008 at 12:35 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)
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Letter to Coach Payton

Posted 01-05-2008 at 03:47 PM by abutler


First off, I want to thank you for helping to make this team believe in each other. In my opinion bringing a sense of family to a football team is the #1 ingredient to success and the only foundation that can support real development. If anyone is playing for themself then you won't have the committment necessary from your players to win in the ultimate team sport. For the first time ever, I see the Saints almost like a brotherhood. Drew has been a true leader and hats...
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