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Old 07-26-2011, 03:36 AM   #11
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I think Joe Morgan is getting too old...

can he still turn 2?
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Old 07-26-2011, 06:10 AM   #12
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DeAndre Brown. Fellas, if the coaches can get this kid to play to his potential - sky's the limit!! Trust me, I'm a Southern Miss grad and have been following Brown since he came out of Pass Christian HS in Mississippi.

Has Colston's body type and hands with speed. Completely raw and underdeveloped. I could see two years on the PS but if he can stay healthy and get his head on right, this kid could be good.
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Old 07-26-2011, 06:52 AM   #13
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Great fullback name. I'd keep him for the name alone.
Lol, I was thinking the same thing. It doesn't get much better
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:04 AM   #14
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...and a linebacker who goes by the name "Hunter".
I wish I didn't have to work! I would just hang out on Airline Drive and help evaluate talent. If I could get paid for it, that would be perfect.
This is going to be a VERY good year!
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:14 AM   #15
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DeAndre Brown. Fellas, if the coaches can get this kid to play to his potential - sky's the limit!! Trust me, I'm a Southern Miss grad and have been following Brown since he came out of Pass Christian HS in Mississippi.

Has Colston's body type and hands with speed. Completely raw and underdeveloped. I could see two years on the PS but if he can stay healthy and get his head on right, this kid could be good.
If I remember correctly, isn't this the kid whose leg snapped running down the field during the New Orleans Bowl? Just snapped in half. Wasn't the same after that? You're right, he was a freak coming out of high school, but heard that the horrific leg injury took away some of that potential.

Keep an eye on DeAndre McDaniel from Clemson.... struggled during his senior season, but was a consensus All-American in 2009 and was considered the best safety in the nation coming out of high school. Dude can ball, and given our lack of depth at safety, wouldn't be surprised to see him stick.
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:15 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 View Post
DeAndre Brown. Fellas, if the coaches can get this kid to play to his potential - sky's the limit!! Trust me, I'm a Southern Miss grad and have been following Brown since he came out of Pass Christian HS in Mississippi.

Has Colston's body type and hands with speed. Completely raw and underdeveloped. I could see two years on the PS but if he can stay healthy and get his head on right, this kid could be good.
Chiles and Brown were the first two names that jumped out to me on this list... Brown the most. This kid was a 5 star recruit coming into college but had some grade issues so went to Southern Miss because it was easier to qualify there. This kid has a massive amount of talent and a promising career until he suffered a freak injury on national tv a couple of years ago. I saw it live and it was absolutely cringing to watch... you could probably youtube it(it's nasty). If healthy, his freakish size and speed could make him an absolute steal here.

Chiles was also a highly regarded recruit with loads of talent too. Texas just had no idea how to use the guy. He could fill a Reggie Bush/Percy Harvin type of role on this offense... doing a little bit of everything. He's another versatile toy Payton can mold into a solid contributor for our offense down the road.

Don't know much about the other guys.

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Old 07-26-2011, 07:16 AM   #17
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Jeremiha Hunter - solid ST candidate.
Isa Abdul-Quiddus yet another solid ST candidate. had a great pro day on turf.
Dexter Larimore - extremely tough, physical player - banged out 32 reps at OU's pro dayRotational DT?

Kolby Hurt FB? dudes is a LB

WR again. always wr's
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hey there papz
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Chiles and Brown were the first two names that jumped out to me on this list... Brown the most. This kid was a 5 star recruit coming into college but had some grade issues so went to Southern Miss because it was easier to qualify there. This kid has a massive amount of talent and a promising career until he suffered a freak injury on national tv a couple of years ago. I saw it live and it was absolutely cringing to watch... you could probably youtube it(it's nasty). If healthy, his freakish size and speed could make him an absolute steal here.

Chiles was also a highly regarded recruit with loads of talent too. Texas just had no idea how to use the guy. He could fill a Reggie Bush/Percy Harvin type of role on this offense... doing a little bit of everything. He's another versatile toy Payton can mold into a solid contributor for our offense down the road.

Don't know much about the other guys.
I just watched it. That was nasty! Holy ****! Can't believe he's still playing!
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Nastiest injury I've ever seen on live TV.

To add to his profile, there was a lot of Randy Moss comparisons for this kid coming into college.
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