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BigRob
12-09-2008, 11:53 PM
ZACH POTTER/DE/NEBRASKA/6-7/285/4.95/40 #98

One of the biggest benefactors of the PELINI Coaching regime coming to Lincoln. ZACH came on really strong in his senior season. He is tall and uses his is long arms to good advantage tipping balls and obscuring the vision of opposing QBs. He is quicker than you might guess at first glance, and is a hustle player. His upper body can get stronger. I feel his frame and skills will translate best to the Pros if used in a 3-4 front. Watching him this fall his play has brought to mind a more highly regarded predecessor, ADAM CARRIKER. Please invite POTTER to Mobile, Steve. Round 4-5.

CONREDGE COLLINS/PITT/5-11/232/4.65/40 #30

Best all around Senior FB prospect for the 2009 DRAFT. He is a hellacious lead blocker who can really rock defenders. He is also a short yardage running threat when needed. He has decent hands for screens and short flat passes, and shows instincts to turn up-field after the catch. Another player with excellent bloodlines. His father TONY was a decent NFL RB, primarily with the PATS. Round 4-5.

http://www.draftdaddy.com

stlrz d
12-09-2008, 11:59 PM
ZACH POTTER/DE/NEBRASKA/6-7/285/4.95/40 #98

One of the biggest benefactors of the PELINI Coaching regime coming to Lincoln. ZACH came on really strong in his senior season. He is tall and uses his is long arms to good advantage tipping balls and obscuring the vision of opposing QBs. He is quicker than you might guess at first glance, and is a hustle player. His upper body can get stronger. I feel his frame and skills will translate best to the Pros if used in a 3-4 front. Watching him this fall his play has brought to mind a more highly regarded predecessor, ADAM CARRIKER. Please invite POTTER to Mobile, Steve. Round 4-5.

CONREDGE COLLINS/PITT/5-11/232/4.65/40 #30

Best all around Senior FB prospect for the 2009 DRAFT. He is a hellacious lead blocker who can really rock defenders. He is also a short yardage running threat when needed. He has decent hands for screens and short flat passes, and shows instincts to turn up-field after the catch. Another player with excellent bloodlines. His father TONY was a decent NFL RB, primarily with the PATS. Round 4-5.

http://www.draftdaddy.com

What about O line? Didn't you start a thread about that or something? :P

BigRob
12-10-2008, 12:03 AM
ZACH POTTER/DE/NEBRASKA/6-7/285/4.95/40 #98

One of the biggest benefactors of the PELINI Coaching regime coming to Lincoln. ZACH came on really strong in his senior season. He is tall and uses his is long arms to good advantage tipping balls and obscuring the vision of opposing QBs. He is quicker than you might guess at first glance, and is a hustle player. His upper body can get stronger. I feel his frame and skills will translate best to the Pros if used in a 3-4 front. Watching him this fall his play has brought to mind a more highly regarded predecessor, ADAM CARRIKER. Please invite POTTER to Mobile, Steve. Round 4-5.

CONREDGE COLLINS/PITT/5-11/232/4.65/40 #30

Best all around Senior FB prospect for the 2009 DRAFT. He is a hellacious lead blocker who can really rock defenders. He is also a short yardage running threat when needed. He has decent hands for screens and short flat passes, and shows instincts to turn up-field after the catch. Another player with excellent bloodlines. His father TONY was a decent NFL RB, primarily with the PATS. Round 4-5.

http://www.draftdaddy.com

What about O line? Didn't you start a thread about that or something? :P

Lol notice these are later round prospects that I think would fit well.

Also, Throw Pat White in their as well. Nate is gone after displaying deep speed and better hands this year. Let White be our Slash and PR/KR

Jooser
12-10-2008, 01:31 AM
Well, in all interviews, Pat White definitely wants to be a Steeler. He loves the team and wants nothing more than to play in the 'Burgh. He is a beast with speed to burn and moves that are just sick. I doubt he'll be there later though when we spend our early picks on OL and DL.

Oviedo
12-10-2008, 09:14 AM
Rob--I like both from the information you posted.

Another player to keep an eye on who I would love to pick up is CB Joe Burnett from the University of Central Florida. The kid just made All Conference USA in three positions: CB, KR and Punt Returner. He is tough as nails and a high character player the Steelers look for.

http://ucfathletics.cstv.com/sports/m-f ... joe00.html (http://ucfathletics.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/burnett_joe00.html)