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Old 02-13-2008, 08:26 AM   #1
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The following players may get overlooked for whatever reason. Ther may be great value in picking them up later.



2007-2008 CDS All-Underappreciated Teams

FIRST TEAM

Offense:

OT King Dunlap, Auburn, 6'8", 313
OG Mike Fladell, Rutgers, 6'7", 318
C Mike Pollak, Arizona State, 6'4", 292
OG Jordan Grimes, Purdue, 6'3", 325
OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College, 6'6", 320
QB Matt Ryan, Boston College, 6'4", 205
RB Ryan Torain, Arizona State, 6'0", 216
RB Felix Jones, Arkansas, 6'0", 200
FB Jacob Hester, LSU, 6'0", 228
WR Keenan Burton, Kentucky, 6'2", 195
WR Harry Douglas, Louisville, 5'10", 170
TE Jacob Tamme, Kentucky, 6'5", 240
K Jeremy Ito, Rutgers
KR Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee

Defense:

DE Louis Holmes, Arizona, 6'6", 257
DT Eric Foster, Rutgers, 6'2", 260
DT Keilen Dykes, West Virginia, 6'4", 290
DE Tommy Blake, T.C.U., 6'3", 250
LB Brandon Miller, Georgia, 6'4", 248
LB J Leman, Illinois, 6'2", 237
LB Alvin Bowen, Iowa State, 6'2", 215
LB Ben Moffitt, South Florida, 6'2", 240
S Tony Joiner, Florida, 5'11", 208
S Quinton Demps, UTEP, 6'0", 215
CB Wilrey Fontenot, Arizona, 5'9", 178
CB Simeon Castille, Alabama, 6'0", 189
P Mike Dragosavich, North Dakota St.
PR Chris Garrett, Ohio U.


SECOND TEAM

Offense:

OT Heath Benedict, Newberry, 6'6", 320
OG Kerry Brown, Appalachian State, 6'1", 275
C Tim McCutcheon, California (PA), 6'4", 305
OG Brandon Barnes, GVSU, 6'2", 315
OT Chad Reinhart, Northern Iowa, 6'5", 310
QB Sam Keller, Nebraska, 6'3", 230
RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Mississippi, 5'11", 211
RB Danny Woodhead, Chadron St., 5'9", 200
FB Jerome Felton, Furman, 6'0", 248
WR Pierre Garcon, Mt. Union, 6'1", 205
WR Donnie Avery, Houston, 5'10", 190
TE Mike Peterson, NW MO. St., 6'3", 245
K Steve Morgan, Brown
KR Kerry Franks, Texas A&M

Defense:

DE Kendall Langford, Hampton, 6'5", 295
DT Dre Moore, Maryland, 6'4", 311
DT Jason Shirley, Fresno State, 6'5", 330
DE Dan Davis, UConn, 6'3", 247
LB Shawn Crable, Michigan, 6'5", 245
LB Anthony Adams, GVSU, 6'2", 235
LB Luke Sanders, L.S.U., 6'4", 229
LB Jonathan Goff, Vanderbilt, 6'4", 240
S Marcus Watts, Kansas State, 6'2", 180
S Brandon Carr, GVSU, 6'1", 206
CB Dwight Lowery, San Jose St., 6'0", 185
CB DeJuan Tribble, Boston College, 5'9", 189
P Jason Davis, Western State
PR Eric Davis, Missouri State


THIRD TEAM

Offense:

OT Mike Byrne, Delaware, 6'6", 295
OG Ben Hochstein, Neb-Omaha, 6'4", 298
C Alex Miller, UMass, 6'2", 290
OG Roy Schuening, Oregon State, 6'4", 316
OT Brady Ramseier, Wisconsin-Whitewater, 6'6", 308
QB Josh Johnson, U. of San Diego, 6'3", 195
RB Justin Beaver, Wisonson-Whitewater, 5'9", 200
RB Xavier Omon, NW MO. St., 6'0", 215
FB Willie Cashmore, Drake, 6'1", 239
WR Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina, 6'3", 190
WR Derek Kinder, Pitt, 6'0", 205
TE Brad Listorti, UMass, 6'4", 245
K Dan Carpenter, Montana
KR Bryan Overton, West Virginia Wesleyan

Defense:

DE Andy Studebaker, Wheaton, 6'5", 255
DT John Baranowsky, James Madison, 6'2", 285
DT Don Miller, Alfred, 6'2", 310
DE Eric Bakhtiari, U. of San Diego, 6'4", 255
LB Bryan Smith, McNeese State 6'3", 220
LB Jada Ross, Charleston Southern, 5'11", 220
LB Jolonn Dunbar, Boston College, 6'1", 224
LB Drew Fowler, Air Force, 6'2", 240
S David Darby, Hofstra, 6'0", 204
S Khayyam Burns, Arkansas State, 6'0", 188
CB Mike Jenkins, South Florida, 6'0", 200
CB Kendall Ricketts, Central MO, 5'10", 190
P Benjamin Dato, Fordham
PR Micah Smith, Chadron State
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im definitely looking at king dunlap with his huge size... i'm also hoping we can take a flier on tommy blake as long as no other team does.. simeon castille reminds me of deshea quite a bit.. i would love to see castille in black and gold...

one person i don't believe should be on this list is josh johnson... strictly a run first QB with not much vision... he will be taken quite high because of his athleticness (idk if that's a word)..
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Jenkins at South Florida, CB...he's a ball hawk.
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Old 02-15-2008, 05:50 PM   #4
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Just curious, how are these the All-Underappreciated Teams when you have a lot of guys that are possibly going in the 1st and 2nd rounds?
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Old 02-15-2008, 09:24 PM   #5
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The following players may get overlooked for whatever reason. Ther may be great value in picking them up later.



2007-2008 CDS All-Underappreciated Teams
FIRST TEAM
Offense:

C Mike Pollak, Arizona State, 6'4", 292
OT Gosder Cherilus, Boston College, 6'6", 320
RB Ryan Torain, Arizona State, 6'0", 216
FB Jacob Hester, LSU, 6'0", 228
WR Keenan Burton, Kentucky, 6'2", 195

Defense:

DE Louis Holmes, Arizona, 6'6", 257
DT Keilen Dykes, West Virginia, 6'4", 290
LB J Leman, Illinois, 6'2", 237
S Quinton Demps, UTEP, 6'0", 215

SECOND TEAM
Offense:
OT Heath Benedict, Newberry, 6'6", 320
FB Jerome Felton, Furman, 6'0", 248

Defense:
DE Kendall Langford, Hampton, 6'5", 295
DT Dre Moore, Maryland, 6'4", 311
LB Shawn Crable, Michigan, 6'5", 245
CB Dwight Lowery, San Jose St., 6'0", 185
CB DeJuan Tribble, Boston College, 5'9", 189
THIRD TEAM

Offense:
OG Roy Schuening, Oregon State, 6'4", 316

Defense:
CB Mike Jenkins, South Florida, 6'0", 200
I would appreciate any of these come draft time. I would appreciate them even more if they were to drop a round or two for us.
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tommy blake.. please be a steeler... please!
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I would not be suprised at all if the Steelers were to selec the Hampton DE named Kendall Langford at 6' 5" 295 lbs he might be a little undersized for what the Steelers usually look for at DE, but the man just makes plays folks.
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I would not be suprised at all if the Steelers were to selec the Hampton DE named Kendall Langford at 6' 5" 295 lbs he might be a little undersized for what the Steelers usually look for at DE, but the man just makes plays folks.
i would love to see him as a steeler AND 6'5 295 is perfect size... aaron smith a similar weight if i am correct...
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