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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:13 pm    Post subject: DS's Rush Linebacker Prospects Reply with quote

1st off I am not listing jarvis jones as IMO his medical condition preludes his selection. Also I am assembling this list in case of a switch to the 34.

*Damontre Moore DE/OLB #94 Texas A&M Jr 6-4 250

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2011 (SOPHOMORE)
Was fourth on the team in tackles with 72 stops, including 41 solo hits saw action in 12 games with 10 starts at \\\"joker\\\" was the top tackler down the stretch with at least six tackles in the final six games of the regular season, including 12-tackle games against Kansas State and Texas was second on the team behind Sean Porter in sacks (8.5/50) ... Led the team in tackles for losses (17.5/70) had five sacks in the final three games of the regular season, including a pair against Kansas State and Kansas had a team-best four forced fumbles and also recovered a fumble.

*Bjoern Werner DE?OLB #95 Florida St. Jr 6-4 256

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2012 OUTLOOK: Powerful defensive end with a good motor who has deceptive speed and great strength which allows him to excel at stopping the run and getting into passing lanes. Has a great awareness for the ball as evident with his eight pass-breakups at the line in 2011. Named to the watch list for the Lott Impact Trophy given to the nation\\\'s top defensive player...native of Berlin, Germany, where he initially learned the game.
2011: A rising star from his left defensive end position, Werner started all 13 games...registered a career-high 37 tackles, including 25 solo stops, for an FSU defense that ranked second in rushing defense, fourth in scoring defense and sixth in total defense...led the Seminoles with eight quarterback hurries and two fumble recoveries, which included a 25-yard TD return against Clemson...ranked second on the team with a eight pass break-ups and nine passes defended...collected his first career interception with a leaping grab at Boston College...ranked second among Seminoles with 11 tackles for loss and seven sacks...established a new career-high with six tackles, including a sack among two tackles for loss against No. 1 Oklahoma which earned him ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honors...turned in a monstrous game at Duke with four pass break-ups, two quarterback hurries and a sack...his four pass break-ups against the Blue Devils were the most by an FBS defensive lineman since Nebraska\\\'s Ndamukong Suh batted down four against Virginia Tech on Sept. 19, 2009...posted a career-high two sacks at Wake Forest...added two tackles including a tackle for loss and sack in the Champs Sports Bowl win over Notre Dame...earned Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District honors...recognized for his work in the classroom with one of eight sophomore academic awards and named one of three defensive MVPs at the annual team banquet.

b]*Barkevious Mingo DE/OLB #49 LSU rJr 6-5 245 [/b]

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2011 Second-Team All-Southeastern Conference (AP)
2011 SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week (vs. Auburn)
2010 Freshman All-Southeastern Conference (Coaches)
One of the fastest defensive ends in America who is poised for an outstanding junior season ... Exceptional length and quickness makes him a terror on opposing quarterbacks, especially on third down passing situations ... Tremendous leadership qualities who was honored with the Tigers\\\' most prestigious spring award in 2012, the Jimmy Taylor Award for outstanding leadership, effort and performance ... Also recipient of the Mike Miley Leadership Award ... Teams with Sam Montgomery to form arguably the best defensive end tandem in college football ... Has played in 27 career games with five starts ... Ranked among the best in the SEC statistically as a sophomore ... Tallied 81 career tackles, a team-best 20.5 tackles for a loss of 134 yards, 10.5 sacks for a loss of 81 yards, 15 quarterback hurries and three forced fumbles ... One of the Tigers\\\' leaders in the community who has read to school kids and visited children\\\'s hospital.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011)
One of the SEC\\\'s most dominant pass rushers who played in all 14 games with four starts ... Backed up Ken Adams early in the season at defensive end ... A second-team All-SEC selection by the Associated Press ... Led the team and ranked third in the SEC in tackles for loss with 15.0 for 93 yards ... Was second on the squad and finished seventh in the SEC in sacks with 8.0 for 60 yards ... His 15.0 tackles for loss ranked ninth in LSU single-season history, while his 8.0 sacks finished ninth as well in single-season school history ... Totaled 46 tackles on the year with 11 quarterback hurries ... Started against Ole Miss, Arkansas, Georgia and Alabama in the BCS Championship Game ... Team-high 1.5 tackles for loss in the BCS title game ... Set a career high with five quarterback hurries in the SEC Championship Game against Georgia ... Posted a career-high three tackles for a loss and two sacks along with one QB hurry against Arkansas ... Posted three solo tackles, including one sack and 2.0 TFLs at Ole Miss ... Set a career high with eight tackles, one sack and a QB hurry versus Western Kentucky ... Named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week after tallying a career-high two sacks for a loss of 21 yards with four total tackles and a QB hurry against Auburn ... Posted four tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss, one sack and one QB hurry against Kentucky ... Recorded one sack and a forced fumble at Mississippi State ... Productive game against Northwestern State as he recorded three tackles, one TFL, one PBU and one QB hurry.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2010)
Played 13 games with one start at right defensive end at Auburn ... Racked up 35 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, six pass breakups, four quarterback hurries, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery ... Used his long arms and quickness off the edge to finish second on the team with six PBU\\\'s ... Credited with four assisted tackles and two PBUs against Alabama ... Made his first career start at Auburn and picked up two tackles and one QB hurry ... Tallied five tackles with 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble against Tennessee ... Registered two QB hurries, one PBU and two tackles against West Virginia ... Stood out at Vanderbilt with five total tackles, one 11-yard sack and a forced fumble ... Saw his first action as a Tiger in the opener against North Carolina and made his presence known by recording three solo tackles with one tackle for a loss and a fumble

Dion Jordan DE/OLB #96 Oregon Sr 6-7 240

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2012 Named to watch lists for Bednarik Award (defense), Rotary Lombardi Award (lineman), Bronko Nagurski Trophy (defense) and Ted Hendricks Award (defensive end) Recorded a pair of solo tackles in win at Oregon State Made six tackles, including 2.0 tackles for a five-yard loss in loss vs. Stanford Credited with three tackles, including 1.0 TFLs for an eight-yard loss and forced a fumble in win at USC Recorded a trio of tackles and 0.5 TFL in win over Colorado Made five solo tackles, including 2.0 sacks for a seven-yard loss in victory at Arizona State Had two tackles, 1.0 for a one-yard loss and forced a fumble and was credited with a quarterback hurry in win vs. Washington Recorded four tackles, including 1.0 sacks for an eight-yard loss in victory over Washington State Forced one fumble, had one pass breakup and made four tackles in win vs. Arizona Made a big impact in the win, recording five tackles with 2.0 tackles for a nine-yard loss, including 1.0 sacks for a seven-yard loss in victory over Tennessee Tech Recorded eight tackles and one sack for a one-yard loss in win vs. Fresno State Made one solo stop in victory vs. Arkansas State.
2011 All-Pac-12 first team (Pac-12 coaches, Phil Steele) 42 tackles over 14 games, 12 starts Led Ducks, tied for fifth in Pac-12 with 13.0 tackles for loss Team-high 7.5 sacks Recorded two stops in win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl Had one sack for a seven-yard loss in victory over UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game Three tackles, including a career-high two sacks for a loss of 18 yards in win vs. Oregon State Had two tackles and 0.5 TFL for a 3-yard loss in win at Stanford Second consecutive game with at least one sack, had 1.5 sacks for a 10 yard loss to go along with five tackles in victory at Washington Career-high seven tackles, including six solo stops and a sack for a 4-yard loss in win vs. Washington State First career forced fumble to go along with one quarterback hurry and three solo tackles, including 1.0 TFL for a 7-yard loss in victory over Arizona State Six tackles and 2.0 TFL for a total loss of eight yards vs. California Recorded five tackles, 1.5 sacks for a 15-yard loss and added another TFL for a 1-yard loss in win at Arizona Two tackles in win vs. Missouri State Made three stops, including 1.0 TFL for a 4-yard loss vs. Nevada Had a trio of tackles and 0.5 TFL in loss against LSU Notched a 33.5-inch vertical leap, a 1.71-second electronic 10-yard, a 2.79 second electronic 20-yard, a 4.08-second shuttle and a 7.23-second L run to lead all defensive linemen in winter conditioning recorded six tackles and a game-high two sacks for the White Team in the spring game.
2010 Switched from tight end to defensive end during the spring Top reserve on the defensive line and key special teams performer started one game at defensive end Recorded multiple tackles in all but one game Made four solo tackles, including one for a 2-yard loss in BCS National Championship Game vs. Auburn Two stops in win at OSU 1.0 TFL among two stops, one pass breakup and quarterback hurry vs. Arizona Scored his first collegiate points on a 2-point PAT rush in win at Cal Four tackles, including a sack for a 9-yard loss in win vs. Washington Two solo tackles and 1.0 TFL at USC Started at defensive end, making three tackles vs. UCLA Had a pair of tackles at Washington State Recorded first sack as a collegian in win at Arizona State Had a pair of tackles and was credited with a quarterback hurry in win vs. Portland State Recorded three stops, including two solo tackles in win at Tennessee Made an impressive defensive debut, recording a team-high (tie) five tackles and 1.0 TFL for a loss of six yards vs. New Mexico Equaled the fastest electronic 20-yard dash among defensive linemen at 1.71 seconds and ranked second in the electronic 40-yard dash after clocking 4.77.
2009 The reserve tight end stepped onto the field for a season-high 20 snaps against Washington State but proved to be a bigger factor as the season wore on playing special teams Made appearances in three of the final four games of the year, including seven plays in the Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State Finished the year with both of his tackles against Arizona State.

Alex Okafor DE/OLB #80 Texas Sr 6-5 265

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Fourth-year player who has appeared in 51 games on the defensive line, including 32 starts (tops on the defense) ... had a 32-start streak end due to injury in the 2012 Kansas State game ... was second on the team in consecutive starts (Mason Walters - 37) and led the defense ... a two-time first team All-Big 12 choice (2011-12) ... 2012 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year by CBSSports.com ... named to the 2012 Nagurski Trophy, Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award and CFPA Defensive Lineman of the Year Trophy watch lists ... voted 2012 team captain (along with Kenny Vaccaro) at the end of the regular season ... tabbed 2012 preseason first-team All-America by Athlon, Blue Ribbon and Phil Steele magazines ... 2011 AFCA FBS Coaches\\\' All-American ... unanimous 2011 first team All-Big 12 selection (Coaches) ... also named first team All-Big 12 (AP, Kansas City Star, Fort Worth Star-Telegram) and second team (San Antonio Express-News) ... was on the 2011 Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award watch list ... transitioned back to full-time defensive end from the defensive tackle in spring 2011 ... named to the All-Big 12 freshman team by Sporting News ... posted 22 tackles, two TFL, a forced fumble and six pressures ... enrolled in January \\\'09 and took part in spring drills ... a prep All-American ... started in the 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... ranked as the nation\\\'s top defensive end by Rivals ... a two-time academic all-district selection ... a three-time member of UT\\\'s Athletics Director\\\'s Honor Roll.

*Sam Montgomery DE/OLB #99 LSU rJr 6-5 260

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2011 Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Finalist
2011 First-Team All-American (FWAA, FoxSportsNext.com)
2011 Second-Team All-American (SI.com)
2011 Third-Team All-American (AP, Rivals.com)
2011 First-Team All-Southeastern Conference (AP, Coaches)
2011 SEC Co-Defensive Lineman of the Week (Alabama)
2011 SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week (vs. Kentucky)
2010 Freshman All-SEC (Coaches)
One of college football\\\'s most dominant defensive ends ... Finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award as a sophomore and will be a candidate for the national defensive end award again in 2012 ... Terrific athleticism with great size and a high motor ... A returning first-team All-American who teams with Barkevious Mingo to form one of the nation\\\'s most terrorizing defensive end tandems ... After missing the final eight games of the 2010 season to a knee injury, turned in a dominant sophomore season ... Has played in 19 games with 16 starts ... Recipient of the Toby Caston Award for outstanding performance in 2012 spring drills ... One of two LSU players on the watch list for the 2012 Lott Trophy, which recognizes achievement on and off the field ... Racked up 67 tackles, 19.5 tackles for a loss of 88 yards and 11.0 sacks for a loss of 71 yards in two seasons ... Needs just six sacks to crack the LSU career top 10 in sacks ... Gifted athlete who also starred on the basketball court in high school.

*Morgan Breslin DE/OLB #91 USC J 6-2 250

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2012: Breslin will compete to get into the defensive end playing rotation as a junior in 2012 after transferring to USC from a junior college in the spring of 2012.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: He led the state junior colleges in sacks and tackles for losses in 2010 and 2011...He had 13.5 sacks in 2011. His 2011 honors included JC Athletic Bureau All-American first team, J.C. Grid-Wire All-American first team, Super Prep JUCO 100, JC Athletic Bureau All-State Region II first team Defensive Player of the Year and All-Golden Gate Conference first team Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore defensive end at Diablo Valley Junior College in Pleasant Hills (Calif.).

**Scott Crichton DE/OLB #95 Oregon St. rSo 6-3 263

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2012: Scott Crichton (pronounced CRY-ton) has established himself as a fixture at defensive end for years to come ... athleticism reminds Beaver fans of former All-American DeLawrence Grant ... has added considerable bulk since his arrival as a freshman in 2010 ... chosen to Phil Steele\\\'s preseason All-Pac-12 Second Team. 2011: Scott had a phenomenal season as a redshirt freshman earning Freshman All-America consideration from multiple media outlets ... selected to the Freshman All-America First Team by CBSSports.com, Yahoo! Sports, Phil Steele, College Football News and Sporting News ... Phil Steele Midseason First Team All-Pac-12 and honorable mention All-American ... selected as Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention ... named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 24 following win over Washington State (7 tackles, 2 TFLs, sack, 2 forced fumbles, 1 BrUp) ... among four college football standouts that advanced to the finals of the All-Star Performance of the Year by Intersport following OSU\\\'s win over Washington (5 tackles, 3 TFLs, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble) ... set Oregon State single season record with six forced fumbles - leading the nation among freshmen ... set season-high with 12 tackles in Civil War ... also tallied 11 tackles and two tackles-for loss against UCLA ... finished the season with 74 tackles including 14.5 TFLs - tops in the nation among freshmen - and a team-leading six sacks ... ... his teammates voted him the most improved player at the end of the season with QB Sean Mannion. 2010: Redshirt ... named the defensive scout team co-MVP.

*Corey Lemonier DE/OLB #55 Auburn Jr 6-3 242

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2011 -- Coaches First Team All-SEC ... AP All-SEC Second Team ... SEC Coaches Pre-Season Third Team ... Phil Steele All-SEC First Team ... Phil Steele Third-Team All-America ... Phil Steele Midseason All-SEC First Team and Honorable Mention All-American ... Sixth on team with 47 tackles, while leading team with 13.5 TFL (-79), 9.5 sacks (-66), and 15 quarterback hurries ... Tied for fourth in the SEC and 16th nationally with 9.5 sacks ... Tied for eighth in SEC with 13.5 TFL ... Totaled three tackles in the opener with Utah State ... Also added a pair of quarterback hurries ... Five tackles and one sack against Mississippi State ... Totaled two tackles for loss ... Forced one fumble and also credited with a QB hurry against the Bulldogs ... Team-high six tackles to go with one sack and two tackles for loss against Florida Atlantic ... Registered a sack and blocked an extra point against South Carolina .... Four tackles, including one sack and two TFL at Arkansas ... Also forced a fumble and credited with a QB hurry against the Razorbacks ... Led Auburn defense with six tackles, including three TFL (-20), two sacks (-16) and four quarterback hurries against Florida ... Named Rivals.com\\\'s SEC Player of the Week and SEC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts ... Recorded at least one sack in four straight games, and eight total TFL in that stretch ... First Auburn player to accomplish that feat since Antonio Coleman had at least one sack in six straight games from 10/24/09-1/1/10 ... Totaled five tackles at LSU ... Posted three tackles and half a sack against Ole Miss ... Also picked up a fumble and returned it nine yards ... Totaled six tackles and two sacks in loss at Georgia ... Forced two fumbles in the first half, becoming the first Auburn player to accomplish the feat since Quentin Groves in 2006 at Alabama ... Two QB hurries against Samford ... Totaled four tackles and one sack against Alabama .... Forced a fumble on the lone sack that was recovered in the end zone for a touchdown ... Three tackles in Chick-fil-A Bowl win over Virginia.

Travis Long DE/OLB #89 Washington State Sr 6-3 256

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LONG'S WSU CAREER
WSU CAREER: Started every game played at WSU, 47 straight...tallied 201 career tackles, 141 solo...made 20.5 sacks, sixth-most in school-history...recorded 42.0 tackles-for-loss, fourth-most in school-history...forced four fumbles and broke up 10 passes...four all-conference accolades...led team in tackles-for-loss all four years...led team in sacks last three seasons.
SENIOR (2012): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 11 games he appeared in...named All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention...led WSU with 9.5 sacks, good for sixth in the conference...made team-high 13.0 tackles-for-loss, tied for No. 11 in the Pac-12...tied for third on team with 61 tackles, 42 solo...made one interception, broke up four passes and forced one fumble...also tallied four tackles while covering punts...selected team captain a team-best 10 times...posted four multi-sack games and three games making nine tackles...made a career-high nine tackles with two sacks in season-opener at BYU...tallied two tackles and two quarterback hurries against Eastern Washington...matched a career-high with nine tackles, two sacks and a pass break up at UNLV...made seven tackles, six solo including 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble against Colorado...made five solo tackles including two for loss against No. 2 Oregon...made three tackles and a sack at No. 14 Oregon State...made five tackles at No. 19 Stanford...recorded six tackles and first career interception at Utah...matched a career-high with nine tackles, eight solo including three for loss with a pair of sacks against No. 17 UCLA...made three solo tackles at Arizona State...missed Apple Cup after suffering knee injury the week prior at ASU...named to Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team...named WSU's defensive MVP and presented the Laurie Niemi Award, given to the senior who best shows courage and attitude.
JUNIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...named Second-Team All-Pac-12...named to Phil Steele's All-Pac-12 Conference second team...tied for sixth on team with 42 tackles, 31 solo...fifth in the Pac-12 with 12.0 tackles-for-loss including a team-high four sacks...forced a fumble, broke up three passes and blocked one field goal attempt...named to Phil Steele's Midseason All-Pac-12 first team...named a team captain five times (ISU, CU, OSU, Cal and Utah)...named WSU Defensive Player of the Week three times (Colorado, Stanford, Cal)...made three tackles, all solo including a sack against Idaho State...assisted on a sack against UNLV...had three tackles, all solo at San Diego State...made a season-high eight tackles, six solo, two for loss, forced a fumble and blocked a field goal attempt in the win at Colorado...recorded two solo tackles in games against UCLA, No. 7 Stanford and Oregon State...had four tackles at No. 7 Oregon...made seven tackles, four solo including one sack at California...made five tackles, four solo including 2.5 tackles for loss against Utah...made three solo tackles in Apple Cup...named WSU's Defensive Lineman of the Year.
SOPHOMORE (2010): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...earned All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention accolades...named to Phil Steele's All-Pacific-10 Conference fourth team...posted team-highs of 5.0 sacks and 10.0 tackles-for-loss...made 51 total tackles, 35 solo...also broke up three passes and forced one fumble...made four tackles, including one sack at Oklahoma State...recorded five tackles, four solo and 2.0 for loss against Montana State...made five tackles, all solo, against USC...made four tackles, all solo including one sack and also forced a fumble at UCLA...recorded a season-high six tackles, two for loss against Oregon...made five tackles including two sacks against Arizona...had four tackles, two for loss including one sack in the win at Oregon State...matched season-high with six tackles against Washington.
FRESHMAN (2009): Named honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference...earned a varsity letter after starting each of WSU's 12 games...was the only Cougar to start all 12 games on the defensive line...one of six true freshmen to appear in a game, and one of five to start...registered 47 tackles on the season (33 solo), the most by a Cougar defensive lineman in 2009...led WSU with 6.5 tackles-for-loss and tied for the team high with two sacks...had at least one tackle in every game...recorded TFLs in six games...recorded two quarterback hurries and forced a fumble...recorded a career-high nine tackles against SMU (five solo), including two TFLs and a sack...had six tackles against both Arizona State and Arizona.

[color="red"]+[/color]Brandon Jenkins DE/OLB #49 Florida St Sr 6-3 260

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2012 OUTLOOK: Preseason All-America candidate who is one of the top defensive ends in the nation. Named to the watch lists for the Lott Impact Trophy, Bednarik Award and Nagurski Award all given to the nation\\\'s top defensive player. Decided to return to Florida State for his final season and will don a new No. 4 jersey instead of No. 49 in 2012. Left spring practice playing at the top of his game, as he earned the most outstanding spring defensive player award and the Hinesman, given to the spring\\\'s top overall player. A natural pass rusher, whose best trait is probably his quickness off the ball to go along with good instincts in reacting to the ball.
2011: Second-year starting junior at the right defensive end position who earned second team All-ACC honors...made 27 consecutive starts, including all 13 games in 2011...one of the nation\\\'s elite pass rushers...used in a variety of roles by defensive coordinator Mark Stoops, from the traditional down position to a stand-up player with rushing and coverage responsibilities...led all Seminole defensive linemen with 41 tackles and 29 solo stops...paced the team with 12 tackles for loss and eight sacks...his 36.5 career tackles for loss rank eighth in FSU history and his 21.5 quarterback sacks ties for eighth on the school\\\'s all-time list...registered a season-high five solo tackles against No. 1 Oklahoma...had a season-best 2.5 sacks and tackles for loss against Virginia on a day when he finished with a season-high six tackles...earned ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honors for his performance against the Cavaliers...played his best football down the stretch, posting 4.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks over the final three regular season games...played a leading role for an FSU defense that ranked second nationally in rushing defense and fourth in both total defense and points...named one of three most valuable players on the defense at the team\\\'s annual banquet.

[color="red"]+[/color]Jackson Jeffcoat DE/OLB #44 Texas jr 6-5 245

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Third-year defensive lineman who has appeared in 27 games with 20 starts ... posted at least one sack in 10 of his last 13 games with 12 over that span ... sidelined for the 2012 season after suffering a right pectoral muscle rupture vs. Oklahoma ... had successful surgery on Oct. 19 ... named to the 2012 Nagurski Trophy, Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award and CFPA Defensive Lineman of the Year Trophy watch lists ... tabbed 2012 preseason third-team All-America by Phil Steele magazine ... selected preseason first-team All-Big 12 by Phil Steele, Athlon and Lindy's magazines ... 2011 second team All-Big 12 selection (Coaches, AP, Kansas City Star, San Antonio Express-News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram) ... named honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2010 ... prep All-American, two-time first-team all-state and all-area and three-time first-team all-district selection at defensive end ... named to PARADE's All-America High School Football Team ... earned first-team All-USA honors by USA Today ... an EA SPORTS All-American first-team selection ... selected to play in the 2010 Army All-American Bowl ... a member of Rivals' top 100 and ESPNU's top 150 national prospects ... ranked as the best defensive end and second-best overall prospect by ESPNU and the best strongside defensive end and 12th-best overall prospect by Rivals ... rated as the state's best defensive end by Dave Campbell's Texas Football... father, Jim, was a standout defensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys (1983-94) and Buffalo Bills (1995-97) is the current defensive line coach at San Jose State.
JUNIOR (2012)
Started at defensive end in the first six games before suffering a season-ending injury against Oklahoma... still second for the team in tackles for loss (11) and sacks (4), and tied for second on the team in forced fumbles (2) ... posted a team-high nine tackles, including five solos, and three QB pressures vs. Wyoming ... named co-defensive game MVP (also Alex Okafor) by the coaching staff ... recorded five tackles, including three TFLs and one sack, and a forced fumble vs. New Mexico... posted four tackles, including one TFL and one sack, and a QB pressure against Ole Miss ... had seven tackles, including a career-high tying four TFLs and one sack, and a forced fumble vs. Oklahoma State ... named the Lott Trophy IMPACT Player of the Week ... registered four tackles, including one TFL and one sack, and a fumble recovery for a touchdown against West Virginia to earn CFPA honorable mention Defensive Lineman of the Week ... posted two tackles, including two for a loss, before suffering season-ending pectoral injury vs. Oklahoma.
SOPHOMORE (2011)
Appeared in all 13 games at defensive end, starting 12, missing one start due to injury ... second team All-Big 12 selection (Coaches, AP, Kansas City Star, San Antonio Express-News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram) ... tallied 71 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, eight sacks, nine pressures and three pass breakups on the year ... ranked fifth in the Big 12 in sacks and tied for third in tackles for loss ... helped Texas lead the Big 12 and rank sixth in the nation in rushing defense (96.23 ypg) and 11th in total defense (306.0Cool ... also ranked 10th in pass efficiency defense (111.0) ... had a dominating performance against California in the Holiday Bowl with eight tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks as the defense allowed only seven rushing yards and 195 yards of total offense ... helped lead the defense to a shut out performance against the Jayhawks, allowing only 46 yards of total offense and minus-2 rushing yards ... earned College Football Performance Awards honorable mention Defensive Lineman of the Week and the team's Defensive Player of the Week honors after posting five tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack and two pressures against Kansas ... also earned the two honors against Texas Tech following his career-high 10 tackles, three tackles for loss, two sacks and one pressure ... also matched a career high with 10 tackles at Missouri including two tackles for loss and one sack ... selected as the CFPA Defensive Lineman of the Week with his eight tackles, four tackles for loss, one sack, two pressures and one pass breakup to help Texas stuff Kansas State to 121 yards of total offense ... recorded a sack at Baylor ... made four tackles with one for a loss and one pass breakup against Oklahoma State ... posted two tackles for loss and four total tackles against Oklahoma ... tallied five tackles, one tackle for loss and one pressure at Texas A&M ... recorded two tackles in the season-opener against Rice...notched three tackles in win against BYU...racked up six tackles and one pressure in win at UCLA ... posted three solo tackles, including one tackle for loss at Iowa State.
FRESHMAN (2010)
Appeared in eight games at defensive end, including starts against Wyoming and Texas Tech, and played on special teams in three games ... named honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year ... missed Iowa State, Baylor, Kansas State and Oklahoma State games due to ankle injury ... posted 15 tackles (eight solo), six TFL and 2.5 sacks, one PBU, one fumble recovery and seven pressures ... earned the coaching staff's Ball Hawk Award on one occasion ... logged three tackles (two solo), one TFL and one sack at Rice ... registered two tackles (one solo), one TFL, one PBU and four pressures versus Wyoming ... shared team's Ball Hawk Award for his effort against the Cowboys ... logged three tackles, one TFL, a half sack, a fumble recovery and two pressures at Texas Tech ... shared team's Ball Hawk Award for his effort against the Red Raiders ... recorded four tackles (three solo), including one sack and two TFL versus UCLA ... tallied one tackle against No. 8 Oklahoma ...notched two tackles, one TFL and one pressure against Florida Atlantic.

[color="red"]+[/color]Cornellius Carradine DE #91 Florida St Sr 6-4 265

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2012 OUTLOOK: Versatile defensive end, who can play either side in giving the Seminoles one of the top trios of defensive ends in the country. Excellent pass rusher, who is extremely quick off the ball and has a knack for getting to the quarterback. Tough to block in passing situations and also has improved as a run stopper.
2011: Junior college transfer who became a prominent contributor behind Bjoern Werner at the left defensive end position...played in all 13 games and ranked second among defensive ends with 38 tackles, including 24 solo stops...ranked third on the team with 5.5 sacks and fifth in tackles for loss with eight...tied for 10th in the ACC in sacks (5.5) as FSU was the only school with three players in the top 10 in the conference...posted a season-high five tackles at Clemson...had 1.5 tackles for loss against both Wake Forest and Virginia...tallied four tackles three other times against ULM, Wake Forest and Maryland...capped off the season with four tackles and a sack in the win over Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl...given one of two academic awards for the junior class at the annual team banquet and selected as co-recipient with Nigel Bradham of the Bill McGrotha Humanitarian Award.

[color="red"]+[/color]Quanterus Smith DE #93 WKU rSr 6-5 248

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2011: Led the Hilltopper defense with 7.5 sacks on the season and finished second with 11 tackles for loss - both career highs...Had double-digit tackles for loss the second year in a row, with losses totaling 100 yards lost...Played in all 12 games, posting 38 total tackles, including 23 tackles of the solo variety...Had two sacks on two different occasions, with the first coming in week four against Arkansas State...Finished the game with five tackles...His second two-sack performance came against Louisiana-Monroe, as he finished with a pair of sacks totaling 15 yards lost, to go along with six total tackles and a career-high four tackles for loss in helping WKU to its fourth consecutive win...Had a sack against Louisiana-Lafayette (10/22/11), to go along with three tackles...Had three tackles or more in five different games and posted tackles for loss in seven games...Posted three tackles on the road against No. 1-ranked LSU as a starter at defensive end...Closed the regular season leading the WKU defense with five total tackles against Troy, including a solo sack for a loss of 10 yards.

Notes: [color="red"]+[/color] Indicates recovering from injury that required surgory
* = Junior **= RS Sophamore
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Laughing at not including Jones.

but I guess it is your cut and paste post....
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Laughing at not including Jones.

but I guess it is your cut and paste post....


I didn't include jones due to medical condition. And I put it together with there college site information. Oh and how due reduce a picture or enlarge it when it is coming from a source web site and isn't an uploaded file?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good write up. I just don't want Mingo.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cattleman78 wrote:
Good write up. I just don't want Mingo.


Cattleman you might find it interesting to do a side by side of B.Mingo's and A.Smith (of the 49ers) college career as well as projected measurables.

It might shock you.

Now I am not saying Mingo is the nesy Aldon Smith but the could end up being simular players in the 34.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DawgSoldier wrote:
how due reduce a picture or enlarge it when it is coming from a source web site and isn't an uploaded file?

You have to either edit it yourself (and host it somewhere) or choose another picture. I edited the initial post for you.


Now, more importantly.


Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.

Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.

Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.



I know I'm a jerk for not doing it via PM, but I've already done it via PM!! If you quote an outside source, only make it a couple sentences, and quote it as a source.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DawgSoldier wrote:
Dropkick_pride wrote:
Laughing at not including Jones.

but I guess it is your cut and paste post....


I didn't include jones due to medical condition. And I put it together with there college site information. Oh and how due reduce a picture or enlarge it when it is coming from a source web site and isn't an uploaded file?


What about Jenkins? He was out all year. Laughing

Should I even bother commenting in this thread?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ReggieCamp wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
how due reduce a picture or enlarge it when it is coming from a source web site and isn't an uploaded file?

You have to either edit it yourself (and host it somewhere) or choose another picture. I edited the initial post for you.


Now, more importantly.


Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.

Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.

Stop copying and pasting from outside sources.



I know I'm a jerk for not doing it via PM, but I've already done it via PM!! If you quote an outside source, only make it a couple sentences, and quote it as a source.


I just cited there team pages with web address's. I didn't consider a list of what they had done as articles.

but hey whatever makes the webby happy
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fsubrowns9510 wrote:
DawgSoldier wrote:
Dropkick_pride wrote:
Laughing at not including Jones.

but I guess it is your cut and paste post....


I didn't include jones due to medical condition. And I put it together with there college site information. Oh and how due reduce a picture or enlarge it when it is coming from a source web site and isn't an uploaded file?


What about Jenkins? He was out all year. Laughing

Should I even bother commenting in this thread?


There is a difference between an injury that can heal and be good a s new and a deteriorating medical condition that will be worsened by NFL collisions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinal_stenosis Jones

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisfranc_injury Jenkins
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the copying and pasting doesnt bother me as much as giving no insight or personal thoughts on who you like/dislike and why/why not.
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NewWorldOrder wrote:
the copying and pasting doesnt bother me as much as giving no insight or personal thoughts on who you like/dislike and why/why not.


This. It's almost as if your posts could be attributed to the websites instead. Who in the right mind reads persausive things and automatically describes them as their own thoughts without some sort of companion thoughts?
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