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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 03-07-2005, 01:17 AM   #51
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Damn 6'6" , 230 !!! yeah, I'd take him..he'll he's bigger than Plax!!!
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Old 03-07-2005, 12:13 PM   #52
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hes faster to fana 4.30 in 40 , and i would say has better hands ill try and find some video of this guy.
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Old 03-07-2005, 02:22 PM   #53
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Saw Vincent Jackson on the NFL combine show, NFL Network, I think he moved up in the draft after his combine. Very smooth for a player with his size.
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Old 03-07-2005, 04:42 PM   #54
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ya the kid rana 4.55 in 40 .
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Old 03-07-2005, 06:58 PM   #55
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gonna start picking a position and player of the day , lol iam bored.
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Old 03-07-2005, 07:05 PM   #56
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Kay-Jay Harris

Position:
RB

College:
West Virginia


HEIGHT 6'2"
WEIGHT 245
40 TIME 4.53





Pros: Big man with good speed, can get outside and fly or take the ball inside and run you over. Great vision, passion for the game.
Cons: Will get overlooked in a deep RB class, is older (4 years in the minors). With a little time could be really good.

Draft Exchange Analysis:
Physical running back with great vision ... big, fast runner who has worked to become a more durable ball carrier ... plenty of big-play potential ... 96 yards rushing with two scores in Gold-Blue spring game ... missed one week of spring drills with a concussion ... backed up Quincy Wilson at tailback in 2003, rushing for 524 yards and four scores ... a deep man on kick returns and plays on the kickoff and hands teams ... took first carry six yards for a score against East Carolina ... finished that contest with 78 yards rushing on just eight carries, including a 43-yard gain through traffic ... 22 yards on five carries against Cincinnati ... 34 yards on four carries at Maryland, including a 13-yard TD ... turned a pass from Marshall into an 84-yard gain at Miami, being pushed out at the UM one ... that was the longest non-scoring pass in WVU history by 16 yards ... also totaled 122 yards on kick returns and rushed for 28 more vs. the Hurricanes ... 29 yards rushing in Rutgers win ... 77 yards in win over Virginia Tech, including a long gain of 18 and a 7-yard TD that was WVU?s first score ... 61 yards in UCF win ... 115 all-purpose yards in the Pitt win ... 46-yard TD run in the Temple victory where he dodged six defenders ... 56 yards on six carries in Gator Bowl, including a 30-yard gain ... Hammer Award: Pitt ... rushed for 2,087 yards and 20 touchdowns in two seasons at Garden City (Kan.) Community College ... all-Jayhawk Conference runner for Coach Bob Larson at GCCC ... all-county selection at Tampa Bay Tech for Coach John Colbert ... won four state long jump titles with a best jump of 24'7" ... played Class A baseball for three seasons in the Texas Rangers? organization before starting junior college ... born March 27, 1979 ... son of Delores Harris and Peggy and Keith Akins ... majoring in athletic coaching education
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ok after our picking uo a Wr in FA heres 3 major TEs i think we can pick up. i wont be adding heath miller simnce i alrdy have him up.and hes still a poss of gettign him.
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ok after our picking uo a Wr in FA heres 3 major TEs i think we can pick up. i wont be adding heath miller simnce i alrdy have him up.and hes still a poss of getting him.
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I wonder if Colbert and Cowher will go with size and blocking ability, like w/ bruener, or try and get a more rounded TE, like Tuman, who can do it all well.

Past tradition says they'll go for blocking first, since u know how many times Bruener caught the ball in the last several years of his career.. atleast w/ Tuman though, alot of his catches are TD's !!
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Alex Smith

Position:
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College:
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HEIGHT 6'5"
WEIGHT 245
40 TIME 4.80



Pros: Has good size, is a solid route runner, doesn't drop many balls. Can do damage after the catch.
Cons: Needs to toughen up and become a better blocker.

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At Stanford: An honors candidate in 2004, Alex returns for his fifth season at Stanford as one of the top tight ends in the Pacific-10 Conference ... He has started the last 21 games for Stanford over the past two years and has proven to be a quality receiver and one of the team's top offensive threats ... His numbers compare to the best tight ends in school history ... He enters the '04 season with 55 career receptions for 585 yards and five touchdowns ... He is one of the most prolific tights ends at Stanford over the past 25 years and by the time the 2004 season concludes, his name could appear on top of the record book for receptions by a tight end ... He is one of the team's most valuable offensive weapons and will play a key role in Stanford's offensive success in 2004.

The 2003 Season: One of two starting tight ends for the Cardinal, Alex started all 11 games and was the team's third leading receiver (24 receptions, 185 yards) ... He was tied for the team lead with three touchdown receptions ... He was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 and honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 ... Had three receptions for 42 yards and two touchdowns against Washington ... He scored the game's first TD on a 12-yard pass from Trent Edwards, then scored his second TD on an 18-yard pass from Edwards in the second quarter, which tied the game at 14-14 ... In the Cardinal's 38-27 win over Arizona State, Alex caught a team-high six passes for 49 yards and one TD, that coming on an 11-yard pass from QB Chris Lewis ... Alex also had four receptions for 38 yards in Stanford's win over UCLA ... Had three catches for 35 yards against USC.

The 2002 Season: Started the final 10 games of the season at tight end after starter Brett Pierce was lost for the year in the season opener at Boston College ... Alex came on to have an outstanding season as he caught 30 passes for 380 yards and two touchdowns ... Stanford's second leading receiver behind Teyo Johnson ... His 30 receptions was the most by a Cardinal tight end since Tony Cline had 35 in 1994 ... Earned honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 honors ... Had a career day on October 19 in Stanford's 16-6 win over Arizona ... He had eight receptions for 120 yards and one touchdown ... He caught a 12-yard scoring pass from Chris Lewis for the game's only touchdown ... Also had a 27-yard catch in that game ... Season best 43-yard reception against Arizona State ... Had three games in which he caught four passes: San Jose State (4-55), Washington State (4-44) and California (4-41) ... Caught a 10-yard scoring pass from Lewis in Stanford's 63-26 win over San Jose State.

The 2001 Season: Played on special teams, and as a backup at tight end ... Caught one pass in 2001, a 20-yarder from Chris Lewis against UCLA ... Registered five tackles on special teams ... Earned his first varsity letter.

The 2000 Season: Redshirted the season as a true freshman.

In High School: The SuperPrep First-Team All-American was one of the top tight end prospects in the nation ... PrepStar named him to its All-Midlands Team ... First-Team All-State and All-Centennial League following his senior season ... After catching 12 balls for 207 yards and two TDs as a junior, caught 35 passes for 357 yards and four touchdowns as a senior ... Helped Mullen High School win the Colorado 5A Championship as a junior ... Three-year varsity letterwinner in basketball and four-year letterwinner in track ... Named Honorable Mention All-Colorado and First-Team All-League in basketball as a senior ...Earned All-League and All-State recognition as a junior in basketball ... Competed in track in the high jump and 400-meters ... Placed eighth in the state in the high jump as a senior at 6-foot-5 ... Nominee for the Fred Steinmark Award for Colorado Athlete of the Year ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... Selected to receive a Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship, and a finalist for the Scahs Foundation Scholarship.

Personal Information: Born May 22, 1982 ... Economics major ... Father, Edwin, played for the Denver Broncos from 1973-76.
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