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View Poll Results: What should Steelers do with their 1st round pick?
Draft CB 5 38.46%
Draft RB 1 7.69%
Draft LB 0 0%
Draft WR 5 38.46%
Draft OL 0 0%
Draft DL 2 15.38%
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Old 03-03-2005, 10:39 PM   #41
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Offensive centers


Prospect, School Ht. Wt. Arm Hand Bench 40
David Bass, Michigan 6044 319 32.2 10.5 29 5.09
Jason Brown, North Carolina 6026 313 32.4 10.3 5.36
Tim Brown, West Virginia 6044 318 33.3 9.7 23 5.68
Juice Coston, North Carolina 6033 310 33.6 10.3 21 5.30
Eric Ghiaciuc, Central Michigan 6040 302 32.3 10.1 30 5.03
Richie Incognito, Nebraska 6032 305 32.3 10.1 29 4.91
Geoff Hangartner, Texas A&M 6050 301 33.3 10 5.19
Dew Hodgdon, Arizona State 6026 309 32 10 5.28
Rob Hunt, North Dakota 6036 301 32.1 11.2 31 4.93
Scott Mruczkowski, B. Green 6044 321 33.1 10.1
Raymond Preston, Illinois 6051 311 33.7 10.1 21 5.37
Chris Spencer, Mississippi 6027 309 33.4 10.1 26 5.18
Benjamin Wilkerson, LSU 6034 299 35 10.5
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Old 03-03-2005, 10:42 PM   #42
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well thats all the times hehe, ill try to get u the ones that didnt run the 40 after they had there pro days. but if theres any player wants soem info or video on ask iam bored lol.
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Old 03-05-2005, 02:51 PM   #43
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Thats some great info JerseySteel...handy reference !!
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It wouldnt surprise me to see the Steelers trade outta the first round and pick up another 2nd round choice...preferably early in the 2nd round of course.

IMO..I dont see us going WR till maybe round 3 at the earliest. To me, I'd put money on DL with our first pick, only becuz Kimo isnt getting any younger and his cap hit isnt getting any smaller. . I would say they go CB on day 1 too, but with Williams resigning soon, that buys us atleast another year or so to make sure that coclough is ready... and possibly WR on the first day. then OL early 2nd day and again maybe later 2nd day too, depending on how FA works out.
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Old 03-06-2005, 10:56 AM   #45
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I just don't see it. With no clear cut order, someone will fall to us. I don't see us dropping 10-15 spots instead of taking someone there. If we do move up I would expect us to do it in the 2nd 3rd round again then muddle through the middle of the draft.
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Old 03-06-2005, 10:15 PM   #46
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WE like to pick up or line guys on day 2 mostly and like either DB's or WR in day 1,kinda like we did with max starks picked him up in 3rd round and hes gonna be a good starter this year. so for WR iam gonna post up 2 guys that i think we might go for and will be there.
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Old 03-06-2005, 10:19 PM   #47
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Roddy White

Position:
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College:
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HEIGHT 6'2"
WEIGHT 205
40 TIME 4.4



Pros: Is a great deep threat, has good size and speed. Is able to create separation, tough guy. Not afraid to go over the middle.
Cons: Needs to work on the little things, improving his routes and his blocking.

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UAB's top receiving threat last season and is expected to play that role again in 2004 ... already has established himself among Conference USA's top receivers ... has five career 100-yard receiving games ... has been on receiving end of 78 passes over past two seasons ... presently tied for No. 4 all-time at UAB in receptions with 92 ... his 1,660 career receiving yards are No. 3 all-time for the Blazers as are his 12 TD receptions. 2003: Led Blazers in receptions (39) and reception yardage (844) ... also paced team in TD receptions with seven ... started all 12 games for UAB ... one of Conference USA's top playmakers, White ranked No. 2 in league in yards per catch among WRs with 30 or more receptions ... recorded four games with more than 100 receiving yards ... his 95-yard touchdown catch against Cincinnati represents the second-longest catch in C-USA history ... had third-highest single-game receiving yardage with his 171 against Cincinnati ... also surpassed 100 yards in receiving in games vs. Southern Miss (111), Tulane (147) and South Florida (121) ... was named C-USA Offensive Player-of-the-Week for his performance vs. Cincinnati (4 catches, 171 yards, 2 TDs, reception of 95 yards) ... caught a career-high 10 passes in the game vs. Southern Mississippi ... recorded two touchdowns in games vs. Cincinnati and Tulane ... also registered several other long pass receptions (61 vs. Tulane, 56 vs. Cincinnati and South Florida, 54 vs. Houston and 53 vs. TCU). 2002: After seeing limited duty in 2001, White experienced a "breakout" season last fall ... started 11 of 12 contests for the Blazers ... finished the campaign as UAB's leading receiver in terms of receptions with 39 ... ranked No. 2 on the squad in receiving yards with 580 ... finished the year ranked 10th in Conference USA in receiving yards per game at 48.3 ... his 159-yard performance against East Carolina tied teammate Willie Quinnie for second-best single-game performance among C-USA receivers in 2002 ... registered 33 of his 39 receptions over the season's final eight games ...caught four passes for 94 yards and a touchdown in win over Houston ... had 80-yard performance against Southern Miss ... also had TD receptions versus Tulane and ECU. 2001: Caught 14 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns as a true freshman ... had 10 catches for 184 yards over last three games of the season ... had three receptions for 73 yards and one touchdown against TCU ... had a 52-yard reception in that game, his longest of the season ... had a season high four catches for 75 yards against Pittsburgh ... saw action in nine games, starting three ... also used as a kick returner. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Saint James Island High School where he was twice named all-state and twice tabbed all-Low Country ... broke school's career receiving records ... was listed among top receivers nationally by Rivals.com ... coached by Reed Charpia ... also participated in baseball and wrestling at James Island and won a pair of state titles in the latter sport. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 2, 1981 at James Island, S.C. ... son of Joenethia White ... a sociology major.
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Reggie Brown

Position:
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College:
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HEIGHT 6'1"
WEIGHT 197
40 TIME 4.5



Pros: Has great natural talent, decent size, good speed. Knows how to go up and take the ball away from a defender.
Cons: Doesn't seem to always give 100%, concentration must improve. Needs to commit himself to being the best, if a coach can get in his head he'd be great.

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High School: Carrollton...1998USA Today All-USA First Team and Georgia Player of the Year...Parade Magazine All-America Team....Super Prep All-American...Atlanta Journal-Constitution 1998 All-Classification Player of the Year, Class AA Offensive Player of the Year, Top 50 in Georgia, Super Southern 100, 1997 and 1998 All-State Team, and 1998 Super Eleven...1997 and 1998 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Team...Macon Telegraph Sweet 16...1998 CarrolltonTimes Georgian All-Area Player of the Year.....Deep South Recruiting Guide Georgia Player of the Year....Georgia High School Magazine Magnificent Seven...over his four year career Brown's Trojans compiled a record of 50-6, three semi-final appearances, two state title game appearances and the 1998 Class AA State Championship...made 62 catches for 1,046 yards and 10 touchdowns during his senior year.......four year letter winner for basketball team that won three consecutive 6AA Region championships during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, winning at least 26 games each year...led track and field team to two Class AA state titles sophomore and junior seasons...set all-time Georgia high school long jump record of 24'9?f as a sophomore...High School Coach: Ben Scott. College: 2000 -- Played in 10 games during season catching 13 passes for 143 yards and one TD...one of four true freshman to play in season openers vs. Georgia Southern catching four passes for 56 yards....caught 40-yard TD pass vs. Kentucky....played in Georgia's 37-14 victory over Virginia in the 2000 Oahu Bowl.... 2001 --Solid spring....listed as number two FLK at conclusion of spring drills...was off to a hot start at flanker, catching six balls in Georgia's first three games, with a 23.6 yards-per-return average on kick returns...torn ACL suffered during Arkansas game left him sidelined for the remainder of season...had three grabs for 18 yards vs. Arkansas and a 35-yard kick return... 2002 -- Missed most of spring drills during rehab for knee surgery.....listed as number two FLK at conclusion of spring drills....played in all 14 games including four starts....five receptions for 52 yards vs. Kentucky.....member of team that won Georgia's first SEC championship in 20 years, defeated FSU for Nokia Sugar Bowl title, set school record for most victories in a season (13), and finished with a final national ranking of No. 3.......part of offense that finished as the SEC's top scoring offense (32.14) and passing efficiency offense (138.91). 2003 -- Caught four passes for 78 yards in annual spring G-Day game....listed as number two SE at conclusion of spring drills.....starter in 11 of 13 games played.....the Bulldogs' leading receiver in receptions (44) and receiving yards (563).....also has rushed three times for 64 yards, including a 35-yard scamper on a reverse against LSU in the SEC Championship game.....Georgia's special teams captain for the Middle Tennessee game.... collected seven receptions for 104 yards and two TDs against the Gamecocks en route to earning CBS Player of the Game honors.....sidelined for the Alabama game with an injured hamstring.....topped the 1,000-yard career receiving yardage plateau with two receptions for 55 yards against LSU in the SEC Championship game.....led team in receiving in 34-27 Capital One Bowl overtime victory over Purdue (5 receptions, 99 yards, 1 TD).....part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage during that time.... 2004 -- Missed most of spring drills..... Caught four passes for 86 yards and a touchdown vs. Vanderbilt...made six catches for 83 yards and rushed once for eight yards vs. Tennessee...posted a career-best 110 yards on five catches, and tied a career best with two touchdowns vs. LSU...recorded three catches for 43 yards against and made three key blocks vs. Marshall...caught five passes for 68 yards and the game-winning touchdown at South Carolina...tallied four receptions for 87 yards including a 43-yard touchdown catch vs. Georgia Southern...averaged 21.8 yards per catch...rushed once for 14 yards. Major: Child and Family Development.
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ok i found the QB/WR u were talkign aboutm Iron here he is.
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Matt Jones

Position:
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College:
Arkansas

HEIGHT 6'6"
WEIGHT 230
40 TIME 4.4 he ran a 4.34 in the combine



Pros: Extremely athletic, great runner. All out competitor, wants to win.
Cons: Has switched position from QB to WR this offseason, still very raw at the position.


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OUTLOOK: One of the most exciting quarterbacks in the nation, he is the only returning starter for the Razorbacks on offense in 2004. He has garnered 1,917 career rushing yards leaving him just 367 yards shy of former Mississippi State signal caller John Bond (2,280) for the SEC record for rushing yards by a quarterback. He has been the winning quarterback in the two longest games in NCAA football history. He is a preseason second-team All-SEC pick by the Birmingham News and a third-team pick by Phil Steele?s College Football. He is also rated as the seventh-best all-purpose back in the country by Lindy?s.

2003-04 (Basketball): He played in 17 games with 10 starts and averaged 5.0 points and 4.5 rebounds, tying for second on the team. He led the team in scoring once, in assists once and in rebounding four times, and he scored in double digits three times. In his first game, against North Texas (1/3), he had two points, two rebounds, two assists with no turnovers and a blocked shot in 11 minutes. He played three days after leading UA to a 27-14 win over Missouri in the Independence Bowl. He had two points and a blocked shot against Ole Miss (1/17). At Auburn (1/21), he had four points and two rebounds. In the win over No. 22 Vanderbilt (1/24), he had four points and a career-high six rebounds. Against Auburn (2/4), he had 11 points on four-of-five shooting, and added two assists and three steals. At LSU (2/7), he made seven-of-11 shots and recorded his first double-double with team highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds. At Tennessee (2/11), he had seven points, seven rebounds and seven assists with no turnovers. Against No. 6 Mississippi State, he had nine points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals. He had four points and a game-high nine rebounds at No. 9 Kentucky (2/18). Against Florida (2/28), he had six points, six rebounds, four steals, one block and one assist. He had 10 points and a game-high matching eight rebounds, along with two assists and a steal in 42 minutes against Alabama (3/3). In the SEC Tournament against South Carolina (3/11), he had two points, one assist and one steal with no rebounds in 16 minutes.




HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: The preseason McDonald?s High School All-American was ranked No. 31 nationally among quarterbacks by Rivals100.com and named the No. 13 quarterback/super athlete in the nation by Max Emfinger after sprinting a 40 in 4.4 seconds. He completed 62-of-137 passes for 830 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior and earned 939 yards and 13 touchdowns on 105 rushing attempts. He was ranked in the top five in the state in punt returns and was named to All-Arkansas and all-state teams. He played at Northside High School in Fort Smith, Ark., as a senior after spending the rest of his prep career at Van Buren (Ark.) High School. He split time as a junior between quarterback and wide receiver, earning 520 yards and five touchdowns on 22 catches. He was a finalist for McDonald?s All-American honors in basketball. As a junior in basketball, he broke former UA All-American basketball player Corliss Williamson?s conference record for season scoring average (24.5 points per game). He was also recruited by Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma and Tennessee.

INSIDE INFORMATION: What former Razorback did you grow up admiring the most and why? ?J.J. Meadors. He was small but played with a big heart.? What was the food you hated to eat the most as a child and will you eat it now? ?Tomatoes. No.? Name an offensive and a defensive player you feel will have a huge season: ?Jared Hicks and Clarke Moore.? With the new weight room being completed, what is your impression of UA?s athletic facilities? ?They are the best in the nation.?

PERSONAL: Born April 22, 1983, he is the son of Steve and Paula Jones. His father played football at Ouachita Baptist University. He was a member of the 2002 and 2003 SEC Academic Honor Rolls. He was a member of the 2001-02 and 2002-03 Lon Farrell Academic Honor Rolls. He is enrolled in the College of Education and Health Professions and is majoring in middle school education.

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SEASON CMP ATT YDS CMP% YPA TD INT SACK RAT ATT YDS AVG TD

2004 151 264 2073 57.2 7.9 15 12 11 132.8 83 622 7.5 6

2003 132 230 1917 57.4 8.3 18 7 6 147.1 96 707 7.4 8

2002 122 234 1592 52.1 6.8 16 8 20 125.0 129 614 4.8 5

2001 12 27 275 44.4 10.2 4 3 2 156.7 74 616 8.3 5
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