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Kingmagyar
07-26-2011, 09:20 AM
I always wanted the Steelers to take a look at this guy at TE
Weslye Saunders

http://meatlockersports.com/2011/07/25/weslye-saunders-to-sign-with-steelers/

and further reports indicate we also will sign

NT Anthony Gray from Southern Mississippi.

http://pittsburgh.sbnation.com/pittsburgh-steelers/2011/7/25/2293874/nfl-free-agency-steelers-undrafted-free-agent-rookies

and this list could be true too

*C Colin Miller, Central Michigan
*RB John Clay, Wisconsin
*WR Adam Mims, Furman
*WR Terrence McCrae, Ohio University
*DT Miguel Chavis, Clemson
*WR Armand Robinson, Miami, Ohio

http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2011/07/26/steelers-sign-undrafted-free-agents/

Kingmagyar
07-26-2011, 10:09 AM
ADD Mario Harvey LB Marshall to the tentative list above.

BIGNASTY91
07-26-2011, 10:13 AM
http://www.steelers.com/news/article-1/15-undrafted-rookies-agree/19b814b1-122c-4816-80e5-66c654ace6ed

The Steelers have agreed to terms with the following undrafted rookie free agents. Profiles of the players will be available later on Steelers.com.

Vaughn Charlton, TE/HB (Temple)
John Clay, HB (Wisconsin)
Terrence McCrae, WR (Ohio)
Armand Robinson, WR (Miami University)
Adam Mims, WR (Furman)
Weslye Saunders, TE (South Carolina)
Colin Miller, C (Central Michigan)
Trevis Turner, OT (Abilene Christian)
Brent Greenwood, S (Iowa)
Niles Brinkley, CB (Wisconsin)
Eric Clanton, OLB (Citadel)
Mario Harvey, MLB (Marshall)
Miguel Chavis, DE (Clemson)
Anthony Gray, DT (Southern Miss)
Eric Greenwood, WR (Idaho)

Sraight off the steelers website!!!

:tt04: :tt03: :tt02:

vasteeler
07-26-2011, 10:34 AM
http://www.steelers.com/news/article-1/15-undrafted-rookies-agree/19b814b1-122c-4816-80e5-66c654ace6ed

The Steelers have agreed to terms with the following undrafted rookie free agents. Profiles of the players will be available later on Steelers.com.

Vaughn Charlton, TE/HB (Temple)
John Clay, HB (Wisconsin)
Terrence McCrae, WR (Ohio)
Armand Robinson, WR (Miami University)
Adam Mims, WR (Furman)
Weslye Saunders, TE (South Carolina)
Colin Miller, C (Central Michigan)
Trevis Turner, OT (Abilene Christian)
Brent Greenwood, S (Iowa)
Niles Brinkley, CB (Wisconsin)
Eric Clanton, OLB (Citadel)
Mario Harvey, MLB (Marshall)
Miguel Chavis, DE (Clemson)
Anthony Gray, DT (Southern Miss)
Eric Greenwood, WR (Idaho)

Sraight off the steelers website!!!

:tt04: :tt03: :tt02:


only 1 db...i hope they have something up their sleeve

Rick5895
07-26-2011, 10:51 AM
only 1 db...i hope they have something up their sleeve
2 DB's actually, but the intriguing singnee is John Clay from Wisconson. He is big (230-250) can run and scored 41 TD's the past 3 years, and was the Big ten offensive player of the year in '09. If he can remain healthy he is a steal.

ebsteelers
07-26-2011, 10:55 AM
really like a few of these, robinson from miami ohio, and saunders (he had off the field issues) that why he went undrafted , dont mind clay for goal line but thats about it, a 4.8 at the combine runs like hes got shit in his draws

austinfrench76
07-26-2011, 12:05 PM
Love the Clay signing!!!! Football is finally back!!!

Kingmagyar
07-26-2011, 01:36 PM
There is a reason these guys weren't drafted but I like the Steelers picking up who they did.
Especially:

John Clay, HB (Wisconsin) over 3,400 yards in college over 5 ypc
Terrence McCrae, WR (Ohio) tall, good hands on youtube
Armand Robinson, WR (Miami University) 94 rec. last year
Weslye Saunders, TE (South Carolina) 6' 5" 270 a good #2 with good hands
Trevis Turner, OT (Abilene Christian) some say a steal like teamate J'Marcus Webb
Brent Greenwood, S (Iowa) 5 int 61 tackles last year
Mario Harvey, MLB (Marshall) 144 tackles 8.5 sacks last year
Miguel Chavis, DE (Clemson) 6' 5" 288 3-4 End size
Anthony Gray, DT (Southern Miss) A Fireplug at NT, surprised he wasn't drafted


But who the heck is Eric Clanton, OLB (Citadel)

No stats in 2010, 5 total tackles in 2009, No stats in 2008 and 6 total tackles in 2007.

Huh????? Who is this guy?? A possible water boy for us??

thumper
07-26-2011, 02:36 PM
All these guys will be camp fodder. Seriously, no sense in digging into the
specifics of UDFA b/c 1 out of 50 will make the team. Most seasons, zero
UDFA will make the team, so why bother to spend the time looking up their
stats, etc? Hell, it's rare that players taken from the 5th rounds up make
the team. Even drafted guys taken late aren't worth looking into.

Although, 2010 was the exception to the rule.

4 18 116 Thaddeus Gibson LB Ohio State - BUST
5 5 20 151 Chris Scott G Tennessee - Made the team
6 5 33 164 Crezdon Butler DB Clemson - Made team, hope to contribute 2011
7 5 35 166 Stevenson Sylvester LB Utah - Nice sleeper
8 6 19 188 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech - Love his upside
9 6 26 195 Antonio Brown WR Central Michigan - Seems like great pick

55BaileyFan
07-26-2011, 03:05 PM
Why is it that we signed two guys who were ruled ineligible in college? Either way...love the Greenwood pickup from Iowa...but really maybe only 1 has the chance to make the roster...and who knows who that is.

pancake
07-26-2011, 03:40 PM
All these guys will be camp fodder. Seriously, no sense in digging into the
specifics of UDFA b/c 1 out of 50 will make the team. Most seasons, zero
UDFA will make the team, so why bother to spend the time looking up their
stats, etc? Hell, it's rare that players taken from the 5th rounds up make
the team. Even drafted guys taken late aren't worth looking into.



I like looking who might be the next Willie parker, the guy that comes out of no where to make team and become a player.

pete74
07-26-2011, 05:12 PM
i think if Weslye Saunders can get his act together he can be our #2 TE after we drop Speath. i think he is by far the best of the bunch

55BaileyFan
07-26-2011, 05:25 PM
I'm not a fan of Saunders, he can't seem to follow rules or do what he's told. I still love Greenwood, he led a great Iowa defense in picks and finished 6th all time in ints. He is someone who can be trained to be the next Clark...practice squad is more likely.

DanRooney
07-26-2011, 11:26 PM
All these guys will be camp fodder. Seriously, no sense in digging into the
specifics of UDFA b/c 1 out of 50 will make the team. Most seasons, zero
UDFA will make the team, so why bother to spend the time looking up their
stats, etc? Hell, it's rare that players taken from the 5th rounds up make
the team. Even drafted guys taken late aren't worth looking into.

Although, 2010 was the exception to the rule.

4 18 116 Thaddeus Gibson LB Ohio State - BUST
5 5 20 151 Chris Scott G Tennessee - Made the team
6 5 33 164 Crezdon Butler DB Clemson - Made team, hope to contribute 2011
7 5 35 166 Stevenson Sylvester LB Utah - Nice sleeper
8 6 19 188 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech - Love his upside
9 6 26 195 Antonio Brown WR Central Michigan - Seems like great pick

Thaddeus Gibson made the team too. He wasn't a bust. The 49ers snatched him up as soon as we released him to make room for an extra DE.. The Steelers made a mistake not IRing Aaron Smith.

Fire Arians
07-26-2011, 11:56 PM
Thaddeus Gibson made the team too. He wasn't a bust. The 49ers snatched him up as soon as he released him to make room for an extra DE.. The Steelers made a mistake not IRing Aaron Smith.

most def this move pissed me off. I love aaron smith but come on we can't give up a 4th rounder for someone who *might* play in the playoffs after mising almost an entire season.

ricardisimo
07-27-2011, 04:00 AM
Two Greenwoods? I guess LC worked out well enough for us. Why not try it again?

P.S. - Hmmm... they don't look like they're from the same stock as LC, superficially speaking.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2205/2446103503_4a09ba9383.jpg
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ricardisimo
07-27-2011, 04:07 AM
Profiles of 18 undrafted rookies

By Bob Labriola - Steelers Digest
Posted 13 hours ago





Over the course of Tuesday, July 26, the Steelers agreed to terms with a total of 18 undrafted rookie free agents. The list includes 10 offensive players – one running back, two tight ends, four wide receivers, one center and two tackles – plus seven defensive players – three defensive linemen, two linebackers, one cornerback and one safety – and one long-snapper.

Following are brief profiles of the 18 undrafted rookies:

RUNNING BACK
John Clay, 6-1, 230, Wisconsin: After a redshirt season in 2007, Clay played in 13 games in 2008 and rushed for 884 yards (5.7 average) and scored nine touchdowns. He was the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in 2009 when he finished with 1,517 yards rushing (5.3 average) and 18 touchdowns. In 2010, he missed two games with a sprained MCL but still rushed for 1,012 yards (5.4 average) and 14 touchdowns. It was reported that Clay’s weight ballooned into the 270s during his junior year, and over the course of his career at Wisconsin he lost carries to some younger backs. Clay is a power back who has decent feet and runs behind his pads, which makes him a load to bring down, but he is not a guy who showed the receiving/blocking skills necessary to be a third-down back. He lost nearly 40 pounds in the run-up to the 2011 NFL Draft.

TIGHT ENDS
Vaughn Charlton, 6-5, 253, Temple: Began his college career as a quarterback, and he played the position for three seasons before volunteering to move to tight end during the spring of his redshirt senior season of 2011. As a quarterback at Temple he completed 53.3 percent during his career for 2,615 yards, but he also threw 11 interceptions in his final season at the position. Recognized at Temple for both his academic performance and leadership ability, Charlton added 20 pounds to play tight end in 2010. He finished that year with three catches for 15 yards in seven games.

Weslye Saunders, 6-5, 270, South Carolina: During his first three college seasons, Saunders played in 36 games and accumulated 60 catches for 718 yards and three touchdowns. Was used as the blocking complement to fellow tight end Jared Cook in 2008, and Cook became a third-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2009. Initially, Saunders intended to come out for the 2010 NFL Draft, and the situation ended with him being investigated by the NCAA for improper contact with an agent. He was dismissed from the team in September 2010, and Saunders then sustained a stress fracture in his left foot while working out at the NFL Scouting Combine last February.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Eric Greenwood, 6-6, 212, Idaho: In 2010, Greenwood was a second-team All-WAC selection after leading the team with 46 catches for 741 yards and six touchdowns. He finished his career with 89 catches for 1,246 yards and 11 touchdowns in 39 games. Greenwood ran a 4.62 in the 40-yard dash during his pro day workout on March 11, 2011.

Terrence McCrae, 6-3, 193, Ohio: Was a full-time starter in 2010, and he finished with 35 catches for 505 yards and nine touchdowns. Also had 35 catches for 545 yards and nine touchdowns in 2009. McCrae will have a chance because of his measurables, which include 4.4 speed, and he has good hands and the ability to high-point the ball to be a threat in the red zone. McCrae showed a willingness to go over the middle and the toughness to hold onto the ball in college, but he is
raw in a lot of the nuances of the wide receiver position. Not a kick returner.

Adam Mims, 5-8, 195, Furman: A fifth-year senior, Mims finished his college career with 198 catches for 2,433 yards (12.3 average) and 13 touchdowns. He averaged 10.1 yards on 35 career punt returns and 19.5 yards on 24 career kickoff return yards. Mims also was used to run some reverses at Furman. In 2008, his first year as a starter, Mims led the team in both catches with 58 catches and receiving yards with 711. Those 58 catches represented the fourth-best total in school history. At the Coastal Carolina Pro Day on March 29, 2011, Mims ran a 4.4.

Armand Robinson, 5-11, 197, Miami (Ohio): In 49 career college games, Robinson caught 210 passes for 2,550 yards and 15 touchdowns, with his most productive seasons being his final two. In 2009, Robinson was named third-team All-MAC after catching 67 passes for 788 yards and four touchdowns, and he bettered that in 2010 with 94 catches for 1,062 yards and six touchdowns. In his team’s biggest game in years – the 2010 MAC Championship Game – Robinson caught 14 passes for 176 yards and the game-winning touchdown against Northern Illinois. Robinson’s status for the NFL Draft was hurt when he ran a 4.7 during a pro day on March 29, 2011.

CENTER
Colin Miller, 6-3, 299, Central Michigan: Miller was a two-time second-team All-MAC choice at center. He started 46 career games, including 42 at center. Miller was one of only two offensive linemen to start every 2010 game for a Central Michigan offense that ranked second in its conference in passing and third in total offense. Miller missed four games to injury in 2008. During a pro day workout last March, Miller ran a 5.3 and did 32 repetitions of 225 pounds in the bench press.

OFFENSIVE TACKLES
Joshua Harrison, 6-4, 305, South Carolina State: Harrison finished his career at South Carolina State as one of the MEAC’s most decorated offensive linemen. A starter at right tackle for every game during his junior and senior seasons, Harrison was selected as a first-team All-MEAC lineman in 2009, and in 2010 he was voted the MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year by the conference’s coaches. During a pro day workout, Harrison ran a 5.28 and did 17 repetitions of 225 pounds. While waiting for the NFL lockout to end, Harrison went back to school where he was an industrial engineer technology major.

Trevis Turner, 6-7, 333, Abilene Christian: After his career at DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas, Turner signed a letter-of-intent with Colorado State, but he never played there. Turner started at left tackle for Trinity Valley Junior College in 2006. He transferred to Northeastern State prior to the 2007 season but did not play there. Turner then went to Abilene Christian in 2008 where he started 37 games at right tackle for a team that posted a 31-6 record and earned three straight NCAA Division II playoff berths. In 2010, Turner was a finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award and earned the Jim Langer Offensive Lineman of the Game Award at the Cactus Bowl in Kingsville. At a pro day before the 2011 draft, Turner ran a 5.39 and did 22 repetitions in the 225-pound bench press.

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Ty Boyle, 6-3, 285, North Dakota: In 35 career college games, including 21 starts, Boyle accumulated 80 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 19 pressures and two sacks. Boyle also had one interception and blocked three kicks. A Phi Beta Kappa for his academic work in the field of economics, Boyle also served as an intern in the strategic planning department working on business operations at the CONSOL Energy Center, the home of the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins.

Miguel Chavis, 6-5, 280, Clemson: It’s unusual for a nose guard to be so tall, but that’s the position Chavis played primarily during his college career at Clemson. As he gradually worked himself into the lineup during his first two seasons, Chavis had his playing time gradually increase as he finished with 10 tackles during that time. In 2009 he had 14 tackles on the season. As a senior in 2010, Chavis had 16 tackles during the first six games, but then he missed five of the last six games plus the bowl game. It was reported that at the time of the draft he was recovering from foot and ankle injuries.

Anthony Gray, 6-0, 330, Southern Mississippi: After a foot injury all but ruined his redshirt freshman season of 2007. A nose tackle, Anderson became a productive player over the course of his final three college seasons. He finished those three seasons with 112 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and nine sacks. His six sacks in 2008 led the team. During his pro day workout on March 22, 2011, Gray was quite impressive. He moved very well at 330 pounds by running a 5.15 in the 40, and a 4.61 in the short shuttle. Gray also posted a 31.5-inch vertical jump and did 39 repetitions on the bench press.

LINEBACKERS
Erik Clanton, 6-3, 242, The Citadel: A defensive end in college, Clanton will play outside linebacker for the Steelers. In 29 games – seven starts – over his first three seasons, Clanton totaled 52 tackles and 4.5 sacks, but then he really blossomed as a senior. In 2010, Clanton was voted first-team All-Conference after posting 14 tackles-for-loss and nine sacks. At his pro day workout, Clanton ran a 4.83 and did 11 repetitions in the bench press. He had signed with Montreal of the Canadian Football League, but he was released before the Alouettes’ season began.

Mario Harvey, 5-11, 250 Marshall: Harvey played middle linebacker in college, but he will be one of the inside linebackers in the Steelers’ 3-4 alignment. He became a full-time starter in 2008, and in his final three seasons at Marshall he had 367 tackles, 33 tackles for loss and 20 sacks. As a senior, Harvey also had seven passes defensed and three forced fumbles. A team captain, Harvey is muscular, has the proper temperament for the position and likes contact. A very productive player who was used both as a middle linebacker and a rush end in college, Harvey also was a standout on special teams. On his pro day, Harvey ran a 4.46 and did 27 repetitions on the bench press.

SECONDARY
Niles Brinkley, 5-10, 193, Wisconsin: A cornerback whose father, Lorenzo Brinkley, was a fourth-round draft pick by the Steelers in 1972, Niles Brinkley led the Badgers with four interceptions in 2008, and he added two more in 2009. Brinkley is seen as a tough, competitive cornerback who is physical enough to re-route receivers off the line of scrimmage, while also being good in run support. Brinkley ran a 4.54 at the Scouting Combine, but then lowered that number to 4.48 at his pro day workout. He left college with a reputation as a hard worker.

Brett Greenwood, 5-11, 198, Iowa: A free safety for the Hawkeyes, Greenwood finished his career there with 12 interceptions to tie for sixth place on the school’s all-time list. Ten of those 12 interceptions came in 2010 when he finished the season as the Big Ten leader in that category. That was quite an accomplishment for a player who started at Iowa as a walk-on in 2006. He ran a 4.67 in the 40 prior to the draft last April.

SPECIALISTS
Derek Chard, 6-3, 245, Connecticut: Chard handled all of the long-snapping duties for the Huskies during the 2009-10 seasons without incident. He also contributed seven tackles on special teams during that time.

DanRooney
07-27-2011, 06:59 AM
I doubt any of these guys makes the team. Weslye Saunders would be the best bet though purely because of his upside and the fact that Spaeth is a FA.

GMU Steeler
07-27-2011, 09:29 AM
Not a fan of college ball but the guys who intrigue me most are the big back Clay, tight end Sanders, and the Iowa safety. Hopefully one of these guys works out. Our FO is good at finding gems who slipped through the cracks i.e. Willie Parker and James Harrison.

ebsteelers
07-27-2011, 10:02 AM
i have a strongly feeling clay doesnt work out, hes like a poor mans ron dayne. and thats not saying much... 4.8 40.... come on

Kingmagyar
07-27-2011, 10:55 AM
This year was considered one of the all time deepest rookie crops in NFL History. In other lean years a lot of these guys would have been drafted. If some were 5th or 6th rounders we would hope they could maybe make the team. I think a few will impress to make the practice squad and I'll go out on a limb and say one will make the roster for sure, NT Anthony Gray (if he is healthy).

Wonder if the Steelers will try to make Clay a fullback like they did with Tank Summers. Figures they would take a guy who had over 1,500 yards in 09 and get him to be a blocker.

PS excuse some of my wrong stats on my initial post as my source was way off on Clanton.

55BaileyFan
07-27-2011, 02:30 PM
Two Greenwoods? I guess LC worked out well enough for us. Why not try it again?

P.S. - Hmmm... they don't look like they're from the same stock as LC, superficially speaking.
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2205/2446103503_4a09ba9383.jpg
http://graphics.fansonly.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-footbl/auto_headshot/1123674.jpeghttp://image.cdnl3.xosnetwork.com/pics31/200/OM/OMUOXJPCKRHTBHK.20100831223224.jpg

BEAUTIFUL...BEAUTIFUL

thumper
07-27-2011, 03:12 PM
i have a strongly feeling clay doesnt work out, hes like a poor mans ron dayne. and thats not saying much... 4.8 40.... come on

Exactly. Poor man's Ron Dayne - and Dayne has no room to have
a "poor man's" version as the org. version sucked to begin with
at the NFL level.

thumper
07-27-2011, 03:14 PM
Thaddeus Gibson made the team too. He wasn't a bust. The 49ers snatched him up as soon as we released him to make room for an extra DE.. The Steelers made a mistake not IRing Aaron Smith.

Well, the fact they let him walk from keeping a guy with a torn tri
tells me how much they thought of him. Let's see if he ever does
anything in the NFL. I am guessing he won't.

kirklandrules
07-27-2011, 04:13 PM
[QUOTE=Kingmagyar;933016]Wonder if the Steelers will try to make Clay a fullback like they did with Tank Summers. Figures they would take a guy who had over 1,500 yards in 09 and get him to be a blocker.QUOTE]


You're not thinking like BA! Isn't it obvious who the next Steelers H back will be? Eric Clanton, OLB (Citadel). They aren't taking a CFL bust to be a linebacker!

In all honesty, the Steelers will probably have at least one of these guys on the roster. They do have a history of finding the value in UFAs. I wonder about the NT ... Big Snack doesn't have much longer and we don't have a replacement on the roster (or practice squad). Gray might just be the guy they want ... a skinny (330 lbs?)version of Hampton :wink02:

pancake
07-27-2011, 04:47 PM
I think Gray and Saunders have the best shot making the team.

MasterOfPuppets
07-29-2011, 06:34 PM
i'm really liking the gray and harvey signings. how in the hell does a 250 lb tackling machine that runs a 4.3 go undrafted ? if nothing else he should be a solid special teams guy...
here's walterfootballs take on them...

Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall
Height: 6-0. Weight: 257.
Projected 40 Time: 4.76.
Combine 40 Time: DNP.
Pro Day 40 Time: 4.43.
Benchx225: 27. Vertical: . Arm: .
Projected Round (2011): 5-7.
3/18/11: Mario Harvey really turned some heads at his Pro Day. Despite bulking up to 257 (from his 250-pound listed weight), Harvey ran a 4.43 on Thursday. He also recorded 27 reps of 225. Harvey ran like a receiver by some accounts.

10/9/10: Harvey has been getting a lot of hype this season for his play and rightfully so. He's outstanding in run support as a sure tackler and being able to shed blockers at will.

5/12/10: Mario Harvey has a knack for getting to the quarterback; as a junior, he had 117 tackles, 8.5 TFL and seven sacks, earning All-Conference USA First Team honors.

Anthony Gray, NT, Southern Miss
Height: 6-0. Weight: 330.
Projected 40 Time: 5.22.
Combine 40 Time: DNP.
Pro Day 40 Time: 5.17.
Benchx225: 39. Vertical: 31.5. Arm: .
Projected Round (2011): 6-FA.
3/13/11: Anthony Gray looked good at his Pro Day, posting 39 reps of 225. He weighed in at 330, but didn't look sluggish.

5/6/10: A solid nose tackle who earned an All-Conference USA honorable mention, Anthony Gray had 7.5 TFL and two sacks in 2009.

3rdandlong
07-29-2011, 06:39 PM
Who knows, maybe there's another James Harrison. And I'm not talking about a player who runs his mouth off to reporters

NCBlackWolf
07-30-2011, 12:31 PM
I know that the Steelers are loaded at LB, but, I would love to see Harvey make the team. I watched him for years at Marshall and it was a beast on a mediocre defense.
Besides, it will be the third Herd on Pittsburgh, behind Leftwich and Legursky.
Go Herd!:tt02:

zsheik22
07-31-2011, 02:37 AM
Trevis Turner, 6-7, 333, Abilene Christian: After his career at DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas, Turner signed a letter-of-intent with Colorado State, but he never played there. Turner started at left tackle for Trinity Valley Junior College in 2006. He transferred to Northeastern State prior to the 2007 season but did not play there. Turner then went to Abilene Christian in 2008 where he started 37 games at right tackle for a team that posted a 31-6 record and earned three straight NCAA Division II playoff berths. In 2010, Turner was a finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award and earned the Jim Langer Offensive Lineman of the Game Award at the Cactus Bowl in Kingsville. At a pro day before the 2011 draft, Turner ran a 5.39 and did 22 repetitions in the 225-pound bench press.


Nobody has any interest in this guy?

pancake
07-31-2011, 01:57 PM
Trevis Turner, 6-7, 333, Abilene Christian: After his career at DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas, Turner signed a letter-of-intent with Colorado State, but he never played there. Turner started at left tackle for Trinity Valley Junior College in 2006. He transferred to Northeastern State prior to the 2007 season but did not play there. Turner then went to Abilene Christian in 2008 where he started 37 games at right tackle for a team that posted a 31-6 record and earned three straight NCAA Division II playoff berths. In 2010, Turner was a finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award and earned the Jim Langer Offensive Lineman of the Game Award at the Cactus Bowl in Kingsville. At a pro day before the 2011 draft, Turner ran a 5.39 and did 22 repetitions in the 225-pound bench press.


Nobody has any interest in this guy?

I do wonder about this guy. Why he moved around so much and his back ground. This might be another guy who fell through the cracks...

Rick5895
07-31-2011, 03:11 PM
I expect a couple of these guys to stick around, if not on the roster then the practice squad, Clay I expect they will keep clay if he shows well, ( I don't worry so much about the 4.8 Clay ran, I would look at quickness and burst to the hole and is he running people over) Dwyer is likely to be cut. The nose tackle from missippi is very intriguing as are both Greenwoods.

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steeltheone
02-18-2013, 12:53 PM
I know that the Steelers are loaded at LB, but, I would love to see Harvey make the team. I watched him for years at Marshall and it was a beast on a mediocre defense.
Besides, it will be the third Herd on Pittsburgh, behind Leftwich and Legursky.
Go Herd!:tt02:

We are not loaded at Linebacker....The ONLY sure thing is Timmons....I can't believe that came out of my mouth, but its true! lol

TheVet
02-18-2013, 02:09 PM
We are not loaded at Linebacker....The ONLY sure thing is Timmons....I can't believe that came out of my mouth, but its true! lol

For sure, and it's frustrating. We've used quite a few picks on LBs in recent drafts, but we just can't seem to strike gold. And there are so many ifs for our starters ...

wwhickok
02-19-2013, 05:51 AM
For sure, and it's frustrating. We've used quite a few picks on LBs in recent drafts, but we just can't seem to strike gold. And there are so many ifs for our starters ...

I agree and this, for me, is what allows doubt to creep in about Colbert or whomever he has scouting players.

BlaZeQuietly
02-19-2013, 12:35 PM
Now we gonna have 2 saunders