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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 3:55 pm    Post subject: Bowl Season: Who to watch Reply with quote

Well I don't know about you guys but I'm about ready for draft season again. With that in mind what better way to get acclimated with some of the top draft prospects for 2007 than the 2006-2007 NCAA Bowl Season. To aid you all in your Bowl Watching/Draft Scouting experience I thought I'd go through and do a little research and come up with who I'm going to be watching this season. Feel free to add any prospects I may have left out. I'm doing this two games at a time in order of the schedule as it would take all day and then some to do every bowl game all the way through.

NCAA Bowl Games: Prospects to watch

Dec. 19- 8:00pm- ESPN2- Poinsettia Bowl- TCU vs. Northern Illinois

-Herbert Taylor-OT
-Jeff Ballard-QB
-Tommy Blake-DE (34 OLB?)
-Quentily Harmon-WR
-Robert Merrill-RB
-Marvin White-S

Northern Illinois:
-Garrett Wolfe-RB
-Jake Nordin-TE
-Doug Free-OT
-Phil Horvath-QB
-Dustin Utschig-S
-Ken West-DE

Analysis: There are a couple of intriguing prospects in this one. Not many juniors who I would expect to come out but some decent senior talent. The game will probably be focused on small NIU RB Garrett Wolfe, but TCU has a nice back in its own right in Robert Merrill. Not a lot of good defensive players to watch but the most intriguing may be sack specialist Tommy Blake who could make a nice 34 OLB.

TCU Prospect to watch: Tommy Blake-DE

Blake is listed at 63 250 lbs which is nice size for an OLB in the Crennel 34. Hes been a sack machine throughout his career and Im really looking forward to getting a look at him. A possible late round pass rusher pick.

NIU Prospect to watch: Doug Free-OT

Free against Blake is going to be an interesting matchup. Nicknamed Doug Freak by his teammates Free has been one of the top LT prospects all season. Hes had a bit of an off year as a result of a nagging injury, but hes still got very good size and can really move. A possible first day offensive line pick.

Dec. 21- 8pm- ESPN- Las Vegas Bowl- BYU vs. Oregon

-John Beck-QB
-Jonny Harline-TE
-Jake Kuresa-OT/G
-Cameron Jensen-ILB
-Curtis Brown-RB
-Eddie Keele-OT
-Aaron Wagner-LB

-Donte Rosario-FB
-Enoka Lucas-C
-J.D. Nelson-S
-James Finley-WR
-Palauni Ma Sun-G
-Blair Phillips-LB
-Dante Rosario-TE
-Matt Toeaina-DE/DT

Analysis: The big prospect to focus on in this game wont hit the draft until 2008 or 2009. That being Ducks Sophomore RB Jonathan Stewart. There are a few interesting offensive line prospects scattered about on both sides of the ball. BYU QB John Beck is worth a look as a potential late round QB.

BYU Prospect to watch: Jake Kuresa-OT/G

Kuresa is a big bodied man who anchors BYUs veteran line. He projects best as a guard at the next level and could be one of those late round steals on the offensive line. Smart and comes from a football family.

Oregon Prospect to watch: Enoka Lucas-C

Like Kuresa, Lucas is the anchor of Oregons line. He may be a little on the slender side, but hes still a prospect to watch. The pick here would be Stewart if he were eligible this year.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

USC vs Michigan will probably be the most influencial game in terms of pro draft impact.

QB: John David Booty*
RB: Chauncey Washington, Hershell Dennis
FB: Ryan Powdrell, Brandon Hancock
WR: Steve Smith, Dwayne Jarret*, Chris McFoy
DT: Sam Baker
C: Ryan Kalil
DE: Lawrence Jackson
LB: Keith Rivers*, Dallas Sartz, Oscar Lua

WR: Steve Breaston, Adrian Arrington*
DE: LaMarr Woodley
DT: Alan Branch*
LB: David Harris
CB: Leon Hall

Another game that will be really interesting is LSU vs Notre Dame

Notre Dame:
QB: Brady Quinn
WR: Jeff Samardzija, Rhema McKnight
T: Ryan Harris
DE: Victor Abiamari
DT: Derek Landri
CB: Tom Zbikowski

QB: JaMarcus Russel*
WR: Dwayne Bowe
DT: Glenn Dorsey*
FS: LaRon Landry

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 2:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your next two bowls.

Dec. 22- 8:00pm- ESPN2- New Orleans Bowl- Rice vs. Troy

-Courtney Gordon-DE/OLB
-Rolf Krueger-OL
-Chad Price-DB
-Quinton Smith-RB

-Toris Rutledge-WR
-Smokey Hampton-WR
-Brannon Condren-SS
-Zach Yenser-C
-Kirbie Bodiford-OL

Analysis: Not a whole lot to get excited about in this one. The closest thing to a draftable prospect may be Gordon, the DE from Rice who has been a machine getting into the backfield and coming up with TFLs and sacks.

Rice Prospect to watch: Courtney Gordon-DE/OLB

Gordon is probably the only guy out of this game who has a real legit shot to be drafted. All hes done in his career at Rice is get into the backfield and be disruptive in the passing and running game. At 63 255 with his penchant for disrupting plays he would look very good at OLB in the Crennel 34.

Troy Prospect to watch: Zach Yenser-C

Not much on Troy to get excited about. Yenser may be able to stick somewhere as a center in the NFL but it will more than likely be as a backup.

Dec. 23- 1:00pm- ESPN2- Bowl- South Florida vs. East Carolina

South Florida:
-S.J. Green-WR
-Patrick St. Louis-LB

East Carolina:
-Aundrae Allison-WR
-Dontre Brown-NT
-Jamar Flourney-FS
-Eric Graham-OL
-Pierre Parker-SS
-James Pinkney-QB
-Kevin Roach-WR
-Kasey Ross-CB

Analysis: South Florida is a relatively young team without very many prospects. East Carolina is the exact opposite with a number of good prospects particularly in the secondary and at WR. Keep an eye on top rated WR prospect Aundrae Allison.

South Florida Prospect to Watch: Patrick St. Louis-LB

Its basically a coin flip between him and Green. Neither is all that likely to be drafted, St. Louis has been a little more productive in his career and gets the nod.

East Carolina Prospect to Watch: Aundrae Allison-WR

Allison is a big play receiver with talent to boot. He could easily be a first day pick and is considered one of the top senior receivers in this draft. Keep an eye on ECUs talented, veteran secondary as well.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 2:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Im going to watch the Oklahoma vs. Boise St. game especially because I want to see how Peterson plays coming off his injury. Other than that one Michigan vs. USC to watch both Branch and Long. Then there is always the OSU vs. Florida just to watch pure domination from OSU.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jamaal Anderson.....DE......Arkansas.........we need this kid on our D-dline.
-A team is built through the Draft.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 16, 2006 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, lets see if there is any interest at all in this. Let me know if I should keep doing these things. They take a lot of time and I don't want to be doing them if noone thinks they will be useful.

Dec. 23-4:30 pm- ESPN- New Mexico Bowl- New Mexico vs. San Jose State

New Mexico:
-Quincy Black-S/OLB
-Bo Greer-G
-Kole McKamey-QB
-John Mulchrone-TE
-Robert Turner-G

San Jose State:
-John Broussard-WR
-Marcel Burrough-G
-Matt Cantu-OT
-Chester Coleman-WR
-James Jones-WR
-Rakine Toomes-S
-Christopher Vedder-DB

Analysis: Neither team has what one would consider a first day prospect. Both teams however have a couple of interesting late rounders. Keep a particular eye on the guards for New Mexico. San Jose State has a couple of nice options at WR and in the defensive backfield.

New Mexico Prospect to watch: Robert Turner-G

Greer is the bigger of the two guards, but Turner is probably more pro-ready. A long time starter for the Lobos hes been an anchor for their line. Selfless player who will most certainly play inside at the next level although he has seen action at RT.

San Jose State Prospect to watch: Christopher Vedder-DB

Vedder has played both Safety and Corner for the Spartans, but will likely play Corner at the next level. Hes been a productive player throughout his career at San Jose. A sure tackler who has some ball skills and could make it at the next level given the opportunity.

Dec. 23- 8pm- ESPN- Fort Worth Bowl- Tulsa vs. Utah

-Kedrick Alexander-DB
-Nick Bunting-LB
-Aaron Danenhauer-C
-Brandon Diles-RB
-Nick Graham-CB
-Jon Hameister-Reis-G
-Mike Mengers-OT
-Jeff Perrett-OT

-Casey Evans-S
-Soli Lefiti-DE/LB
-Darryl Poston-RB
-Brett Ratliff-QB
-Paul Soliai-DT
-Kelly Talavou-DT
-Tavo Tupola-OT
-Eric Weddle-S

Analysis: Both teams have some very interesting prospects. Utahs group probably takes that cake over the Tulsa contingent as Soliai, Tupola, Ratliff and Talavou are all legit picks and Weddle will almost surely go on day one. The interesting matchup however may be Tulsas veteran line against the big DTs of Soliai and Talavou, both of which are legit big men for the Utes.

Tulsa Prospect to watch: Nick Graham-CB

Graham is probably the best pro prospect Tulsa has. He doesnt have exceptional size or speed but is plenty adequate in both measures and hes got a good nose for the football.

Tulsa Prospect to watch: Paul Soliai-DT

Soliai is one of the top late round NT prospects in this draft. Hes got very nice size, but lacks some in experience. It will also be interesting to see how much he benefits from the presence of Talavou who is a legitimate NT prospect in his own right. Keep an eye too on QB Brett Ratliff who has been productive despite his lack of experience.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2006 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well here comes another one. NIU vs. TCU opens bowl season tomorow night. I don't know about you guys but I'm pumped up for it. Enjoy.

Dec. 24- 8pm- ESPN- Sheraton Hawaii Bowl- Hawaii vs. Arizona State

-Ian Sample-WR
-Nate Ilioa-RB
-Kenny Patton-CB
-Leonard Peters-CB
-Samson Satele-G/C
-Tala Esera-G/C
-Dane Uperesa-OT
-Ross Dickerson-WR
-Ikaika Alama-Francis-DE/OLB
-Melila Purcell-DE/OLB

Arizona State:
-Zach Miller-TE-Junior
-Stephen Berg-G
-Andrew Carnahan-OT
-Zach Catanese-S
-Loren Howard-DE
-Kyle Caldwell-DE
-Zach Krula-G
-Jamaal Lewis-WR/TE
-Beau Manutai-LB
-Terry Richardson-WR

Analysis: Definitley a game full of late round prospects. The top guys are probably Hawaii interior lineman Satele and Sun Devil Junior Tight End Miller. Keep an eye on the defensive ends, offensive line and defensive backfield for Hawaii. All three units contain some interesting late round guys. For those of you who like to look ahead Hawaii QB Colt Brennan is a very interesting prospect come 2008.

Hawaii Prospect to watch: Samson Satele-G/C

Satele is a legitimate first day pick for an interior lineman. Hes versatile having played both Guard and Center in his career. Hawaiis run and shoot offense takes most of the attention but try to focus on the line if you can. There are some intriguing prospects there lead by Satele.

Arizona State Prospect to watch: Zach Miller-TE

Miller is only a junior but he very well may come out. Hes a top Tight End prospect if he does. Good combination of old school blocking Tight End along with new school receiving option makes him a dangerous player.

Dec. 26- 7:30pm- ESPN- Motor City Bowl- Middle Tennessee vs. Central Michigan

Middle Tennessee:
-Jonathon Harris-S
-Clint Marks-QB
-Reggie Doucet-CB
-Paul Cantrell-C
-Germayle Franklin-OT

Central Michigan:
-Daniel Bazuin-DE/OLB
-Obed Cetout-WR
-Pacino Horne-DB
-Doug Kress-LB
-Damien Linson-WR
-Drew Mormino-C
-Mike Ogle-DE/OLB
-Joe Staley-OT

Analysis: Not much to watch from the Sun Belts Middle Tennessee. Central Michigan on the other hand has a few interesting prospects. The top prospects in this game will clearly be Staley and Bazuin. Staley is a former tight end and one of the top left tackle prospects in the draft while Bazuin has done nothing but put up sacks and disrupt plays in the backfield from his defensive end position.

Middle Tennessee Prospect to watch: Germayle Franklin-OT
Seen here at a community cleanup event Franklin is about the only real possibility of a draft prospect. He could stick somewhere as a backup tackle. Not much else to write home about for the Raiders.

Central Michigan Prospect to watch: Joe Staley-OT

This one is a tossup between Staley and Bazuin. Staley takes the nod however as OT is a bigger need for the Browns than DE/OLB. Staley has great feet and has been a monster at Left Tackle since converting after from Tight End following his true freshman season. If there is one knock on him it is a lack of bulk which may suit him better for a zone blocking scheme.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 5:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Please keep doing these. I would love to see who we should watch in every game. I'll be watching Free closely tonight, as he would be my pick for the 3rd Round if he does that far, if we go DL, RB or vice versa in the First 2 like I want to. I'm glad he's going against a good DE too. Can you tell me if he's LT or RT?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 6:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TheSoldier80 wrote:
Please keep doing these. I would love to see who we should watch in every game. I'll be watching Free closely tonight, as he would be my pick for the 3rd Round if he does that far, if we go DL, RB or vice versa in the First 2 like I want to. I'm glad he's going against a good DE too. Can you tell me if he's LT or RT?

Thanks, I'm trying to keep up with them. Would like to get a little ahead by the weekend as Sunday and Monday I'm not going to be doing to many.

Free plays predominantly at LT although he has been known to line up on the right side. Like Staley I often wonder if he doesn't fit best in a zone blocking scheme. The matchup between him and Blake tonight should be nice.

Here's the next two bowl games scouted out for y'all.

Dec. 27- 8pm- ESPN- Emerald Bowl- Florida State vs. UCLA

Florida State:
-Lorenzo Booker-RB
-Darrell Burston-DE/OLB
-Buster Davis-LB
-Chris Davis-WR
-Mario Henderson-OT
-Cory Niblock-OL

-Justin Hickman-DE/OLB
-Danny Nelson-FB
-Junior Taylor-WR
-Matt Willis-WR

Analysis: This game is not as chock full of NFL prospects as you would expect by looking at the matchup. Florida State is lead by Running Back Booker and Linebacker Davis, both of whom will be playing on Sundays. The most intriguing prospect may just be UCLAs Hickman who was instrumental in their upset against USC.

Florida State Prospect to watch: Lorenzo Booker-RB

This is really a tossup between Booker and Davis. Seeing that the Browns already have an influx of good young linebackers Ill go with Booker. Hes not all that much to write home about but hes a solid back and will definitely find a place as a sturdy backup and possible starter in the NFL.

UCLA Prospect to watch: Justin Hickman-DE/OLB

Hickman has put up impressive numbers this year with 18.5 tackles for a loss and 12.5 sacks. Hes got nice size for the 34 OLB position and would make a nice duo in combination with Kamerion Wimbley. Hickman was a big key to disrupting USCs offense and getting pressure on John David Booty in the Bruins upset of the Trojans title hopes.

Dec. 28- 4:30pm- ESPN- Independence Bowl- Oklahoma State vs. Alabama

Oklahoma State:
-Larry Brown-DT
-Victor DeGrate-DE/OLB
-Marque Fountain-DE/OLB
-Corey Hilliard-OT
-Ryan McBean-DT
-DJuan Woods-WR

-Ramzee Robinson-CB
-Jeffrey Dukes-DB
-Tim Castille-FB
-LeRon McClain-FB
-Kenneth Darby-RB
-Juwan Simpson-LB
-Terrence Jones-LB
-Jeremy Clark-DT

Analysis: A few late round guys to keep an eye on in here but thats about it. Neither team has that prospect that just jumps out and wows you on paper. It shows in the fact that the loser of this game will be assured a losing record for the season.

Oklahoma State Prospect to watch: Ryan McBean-DT

McBean is about it as far as OK State is concerned. Hes been a staple on the line for the last couple years and hes done a good job. Size would be about perfect for a 34 DE.

Alabama Prospect to watch: Kenneth Darby-RB

Darby might be the most intriguing prospect in this game. Hes the lifeblood of the Crimson Tide offense racking up 865 yards on 200 carries this season. Has decent size at 511 215 and has been productive throughout his career with well over 3,000 yards to his credit. Also not a bad receiver out of the backfield.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 11:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New Orleans Bowl also has a good prospect in OL Rolf Krueger, son of NFler Rolf Krueger Sr. & Uncle Charlie Krueger. He is a natural OG, & plays LT & RT last 3 yrs. at Rice. He is a player that should be on the list.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2006 12:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Free looked horrible tonight, IMO. He gave up two sacks to Blake. He better step it up in the Combine. This could work though, as he could end up dropping farther. Is Blake really THAT good?
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I only got to watch parts of the first half and most of the second half yesterday. It was easy to see that NIU was totally overwhelmed by the overall speed of TCU's defense (which by the way I was quite impressed with). What I saw didn't look horrible for Free, but he is not a first rounder (I never really considered him one). I did see him get schooled on a highlight by Blake, but for the most part he was handling him pretty well. Praticularly in the second half. I'd suspect you'll see him slip to the late second or early third.

TCU's defense on the other hand was just a monster all night long. I was impressed with their QB Ballard, but he also looks like a guy who may struggle outside of that system. I'd take a good long look at a few of those guys on defense in the coming years. There's some studs in there.
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Here's the next batch for you guys. Headed off to watch BYU/Oregon. Should be an interesting game.

Dec. 28- 8pm- ESPN- Holiday Bowl- Texas A&M vs. California

Texas A&M:
-Justin Warren-LB
-Chad Schroeder-WR
-LTydrick Riley-WR
-Melvin Bullitt-CB
-Grant Dickey-G

-Desmond Bishop-LB
-Andrew Cameron-OT
-Daymeion Hughes-CB
-Marshawn Lynch-(Junior)-TB
-Abu Maafala-DT
-Brandon Mebane-DT
-Tim Mixon-CB/PR
-Mickey Pimentel-LB
-Erik Robertson-G
-Nuu Tafisi-DE/OLB

Analysis: A&M is rather thin when it comes to 07 draft prospects. The same cant be said for Cal as Bishop, Hughes, Lynch and Mebane are all legitimate early round draft prospects. Cal also boasts a number of good fringe prospects. The focus however will be on Golden Bear Junior Running Back Marshawn Lynch who will surely be a first round pick if he decides to come out.

Texas A&M Prospect to watch: Justin Warren-LB

Warren is the teams leading tackler and defensive lynchpin. Hell be asked to try and stop Cals sensational running back which is no small task. This game will go a long way towards determining where he goes in the draft.

California Prospect to watch: Marshawn Lynch-RB

Daymeion Hughes is a top Corner prospect, Mebane is a very good defensive lineman and Bishop is a solid Linebacker. The focus of this game however is on Lynch. If he decides to enter the draft hes a first round pick and likely will flirt with the top 10.

Dec. 28- 8pm- NFL Network- Texas Bowl- Rutgers vs. Kansas State

-William Beckford-DE/OLB
-Manny Collins-CB
-Eric Foster-DE/OLB
-Clark Harris-TE
-Brian Leonard-FB
-Brandon Renkart-LB
-Pedro Sosa-OT
-Darnell Stapelton-C
-DeVraun Thompson-LB

Kansas State:
-Brandon Archer-LB
-Zach Diles-LB
-Quintin Echols-NT
-Yamon Figurs-WR
-Michael Friesen-OT
-Jermaine Moriera-WR
-Blake Seiler-DE
-Greg Wafford-OT/G
-Kyle Williams-DB

Analysis: A few guys to keep an eye on here but not a whole lot. Rutgers has been this years Cinderella behind a powerful running attack that includes the top prospect for this game FB Brian Leonard. Kansas State will try to use top Linebackers Archer and Diles to slow down the potent Knights running attack. For those who like to look ahead Scarlet Knight Running back Ray Rice is amongst a strong contingent of backs to look at in 08.

Rutgers Prospect to watch: Brian Leonard-FB

Leonard is a fullback in title only. He could easily be a running back for this team. He leads the team in receptions and is a huge part of the running game. A first day pick likely awaits him. Just look at that vertical!

Kansas State Prospect to watch: Quinton Echols-NT

Echols works in a rotation on the Jayhawks defensive line, but his size and skill set make him someone to look at for a potential 34 NT. Keep a close eye on him when hes in and see if Kansas State can come up with anything to slow down the Knights rushing attack.
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Great work Brownzip... Keep it up!

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I am excited to see Quinten Echols some more. In the couple games i have watched him he as be rather beastly. In the Texas game he dominated the Texas interior line (Blalock until he left the game) and if you noticed most of their rushes were off takle...very little up the middle. He is definitly a second day prospect, but he seems to stand out on that defense.

Also, I think Doug Free could possibly be had in the late 3rd or even 4th round now. He has been bothered by a foot injury and after the showing against a speed rusher like Blake his stock is only going further. However, he has all the physical tools to be a starter in the NFL, and from what i saw, all his problems are correctable (bending at the waist, over extending, letting guys into his body...). If we could get him in R4 it be a major steal, IMO.
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