Best small school prospects for 2009

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  1. spydertl79

    spydertl79 A True Fan

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    QB.
    1. Rhett Bomar - Sam Houston State
    2. Nathan Brown - Central Arkansas
    3. Mike Reilly - Central Washington
    4. Chris Pizzotti - Harvard
    5. Ryan Perriloux - Jacksonville State*
    6. Dominic Randolph - Holy Cross
    7. Keith Null - West Texas A&M
    8. Cole Bergquist - Montana
    9. Billy Malone - Abilene Christian
    10. Rodney Landers - James Madison
    11. Cris Reisert - Ohio Dominican
    12. Jake Phillips - William and Mary
    13. Bobby Reid - Texas Southern
    14. Zach Miller - Nebraska Omaha
    15. Lance Kriesen - Northern Arizona

    HB.
    1. Javarris Williams - Tennessee State
    2. Herb Donaldson - Illinois State
    3. Branden Ore - West Liberty State
    4. Corey Lewis - Northern Iowa
    5. Rashad Jennings Liberty
    6. Tyler Roehl - North Dakota State
    7. Jerry Seymour - Glenville State
    8. Bernard Scott - Abilene Christian
    9. Jay Lucas - Southeastern Louisiana
    10. Mike McLeod - Yale
    11. Jordan Scott - Colgate
    12. George Bell - Catawba
    13. JT Rogan - San Diego

    WR.
    1. Ramses Barden - Cal Poly
    2. Jeremy Gilchrist - Hampton
    3. Johnny Knox - Abilene Christian
    4. JaRon Harris - South Dakota State
    5. Quinten Lawrence - McNeese State
    6. Justin Brown - Hampton
    7. Jamar Johnson - Norfolk State
    8. Julius Williams - Ouachita Baptist
    9. Ed Gant - North Alabama
    10. Charly Martin - West Texas A&M
    11. Terrance Butler - Presbyterian
    12. Edward Thompson - Idaho State
    13. TJ Courman - Appalachian State
    14. Dominique Edison - Stephen F. Austin
    15. John Matthews - San Diego
    16. Bryant Eteuati - Weber State
    17. Garrett Manning - Henderson State
    18. Royce Winford - Augsburg
    19. Brandon Rice - UC-Davis

    TE
    1. Brian Mandeville - Northeastern
    2. Marquez Branson - Central Arkansas
    3. Jared Bronson - Central Washington
    4. Robbie Agnone - Delaware
    5. Scott Sicko - New Hampshire
    6. Ryan Chesla - Northern Colorado
    7. Ian Jorgensen - Massachusetts
    8. Jeremiah Wurzbacher - North Dakota State
    9. Colin Cloherty - Brown
    10. Brandon Bostick - Montana State
    11. Gerald Stockdale - Alabama A&M

    OT
    1. Cornelius Lewis - Tennessee State
    2. Nick Hennessy - Colgate
    3. Joel Bell - Furman
    4. Tim Silver - Richmond
    5. Raphael Nguti - Albany
    6. Samuel Allen - Grand Valley State
    7. Ben Coblyn - Massachusetts
    8. Brent Russum - Montana
    9. Adrian Brown - Delaware State
    10. Derek Wooten - Wofford

    OG
    1. Roger Allen - Missouri Western
    2. Louis West - Henderson State
    3. Dakarai Grimsley - Morgan State
    4. William Giles - Tennessee-Chattanooga
    5. Tim Henderson - Northwestern State
    6. Dennis Conley - Hampton
    7. JD Quinn - Montana
    8. Eman Naghavi - McNeese State
    9. Tom Pestock - Northwest Missouri State
    10. Jonathan Compas - Cal-Davis

    C
    1. Cecil Newton - Tennessee State
    2. Jonathan St-Pierre - Illinois State
    3. Brad Samsa - Youngstown State
    4. Colin Dow - Montana
    5. Scott Lemn - James Madison
    6. Tommy Crowley - West Texas A&M
    7. Raymond Harrison - South Carolina State

    DE
    1. Brandon Swain - West Texas A&M
    2. Lawrence Sidbury Jr - Richmond
    3. Pierre Walters - Eastern Illinois
    4. Joe Crawford - Tiffin
    5. Kirby Griffin - California PA
    6. Dexter Manley II - West Texas A&M
    7. Mark Huygens - Northern Iowa
    8. Louis Ellis - Shaw
    9. Ataefiok Etukeren - Georgetown
    10. Troy Pribnow - Wayne State

    DT
    1. John Faletoese - UC-Davis
    2. Sammie Lee Hill - Stillman
    3. Jake Visser - Ferris State
    4. Jovan Belcher - Maine
    5. Eric Schroeder - South Dakota State
    6. Desmond Bryant - Harvard
    7. Andre Wright - Glenville State
    8. Mychal Savage - Youngstown State
    9. Mario Lane - Morehouse

    OLB
    1. Lee Robinson - Alcorn State
    2. Jason Williams - Western Illinois
    3. Pierre Banks - Appalachian State
    4. Bobby Daly - Montana State
    5. Jared Brock - West Texas A&M
    7. Nathan Williams - Murray State
    8. Marcellus Speaks - Jackson State

    ILB
    1. Alfred Williams - Alabama A&M
    2. Redmond Willis - Tennessee State
    3. Josh Mitchell - Charleston Southern
    4. Andrew Schantz -Portland State
    5. Desmond Hendricks - Rhodes College
    6. Ramon Humber - North Dakota State
    7. William Williams - Union
    8. Shawn Melland - University of Mary
    9. Tom Korte - Hillsdale

    CB
    1. Dominique Johnson - Jackson State
    2. Ladarius Webb - Nicholls State
    3. Jackie Bates - Hampton
    4. Darren Banks - West Liberty State
    5. DJ Clark - Idaho State
    6. Sean Smalls - Massachusetts
    7. Jarvis Richards - Youngstown State
    8. Pete Ittersagen - Wheaton
    9. Andrew Berry - Harvard
    10. Kevin Gerard - Northern Arizona
    11. Monterio James - Delta State
    12. Don Carey - Norfolk State
    13. Dominic Spinks - Delta State
    14. Derek Cox - William and Mary

    S
    1. Sam Pope - Hampton
    2. Dre'Mail Hardin - Stillman
    3. Steward Franks - Arkansas Pine-Bluff
    4. Colt Anderson - Montana
    5. Chris Camacho - Tennessee-Chattanooga
    6. Marcus Haywood - James Madison
    7. Roderick Jones - Elizabeth City State
    8. Kent Hicks - Liberty
    9. Thomas Twitty - Furman
    10. Salim Koroma - Villanova
    11. Tyler Reed - Southwest Minnesota State
     
  2. phinfan33

    phinfan33 A True Fan

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    out of all those players you have listed there,the only one who's name i know is Ramses Barden,and i wouldn't mind seeing him in a phins uniform next season...do you know if any of the rest of them are good or not?
     
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    Jackson State's Dominique Johnson is someone to keep an eye on. He has similar abilities as Dominique Rogers-Cromartie but is not as refined. At 6'1" or 6'2" 200 lbs with 4.4 40 speed, he could be someone worth taking a look at. However the knock on him is that despite his size he is not a very willing tackler.
     
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    Barden and Bomar will get drafted. Jennings has a good chance of being drafted as does the DT from Stillman. Other than that I have no idea.
     
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    Bardens stock seems to be rising. I would have liked the have gotten him in the 4th but I fear after the combine he could get picked as high as the late 2nd round or 3rd.
     
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    Rashard Jennings plays in my hometown, that guy is a beast, i have seen this guy up close and you would never know he is a RB, think Jonathan Stewart from Carolina, big and fast, wow, sleeper pick for sure.
     
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    I want Barden bad. He could be our Brandon Marshall.
     
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    Hampton and Tennessee State have quite a few players on this list. Maybe Kendall Langford can give us (the fins scouts) some intel on the Hampton guys.

    Nice list, thanks for posting this.
     
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    man how ryan perriloux fell off the planet after being the #1 rated HS player only 2 years ago
     
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    I've seen Chris Reisert of Ohio Dominican play (my brother is on the team), and I'm not really surprised to see him on the list. Very accurate, lots of stats through the spread offense, but he's about 5'11" 225lbs of beer gut. Now, ODU's TE Joe Farfsing has actually been visited by scouts of 3 NFL teams. He goes 6'2" 275lbs (he's surprisingly fast for his size) and has great hands. That's my ultimate darkhorse for the 2009 draft.
     
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    5. Ryan Perriloux - Jacksonville State*

    Turd on a stick.
     
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    Roman529 Moon Runner / The 3 AM Crew

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    I also like Barden.....he is about the same size as tight end Antonio Gates and has the same kind of hands. He doesn't have blazing speed but he is a nice big target. We definitely need a tall receiver.
     
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    As a Montana guy there are a few i can comment on from my team and who we've played against.

    Colt Anderson is fantastic safety, always around the ball he could be a healthy Y. Bell at the safety spot.

    Cole Bergquist would probably be a UDFA like Bess, he's a very very smart QB, doesn't make may turnovers, decent arm strength and deceptive speed as a scrambler, could be a poor mans Wildcat QB

    Brent Russum, and JD Quinn not even worth it IMO, Quinn who was a starter for Oklamhoma as a frosh did nothing to impress me, didnt' make many screw ups but didn't make any "wow what a block" plays

    Collin Dow the Center however played very well. never got pushed back into the QB, very athletic, maybe Homerism but i think he would be better then Satale

    Bobby Daly who played for Rival MT State would be a good selection, he was ALWAYS the one P*ssy(Bob)Cat who gave the Griz fits, strong, athletic, and good instincts

    Ramses Barden, the WR from Cal Poly i would love to have on the team, while the Griz never lost to him it was more of Colt Andersons play and lack of a good QB throwing to him, but he is the best WR the Griz have faced since Randy Moss played for Marshall (when they were 1AA back then)

    my 2 cents anways so take what you will of it :D
     
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    Not that we will be looking for a QB, but Robbie Schoenhoft out of Delaware has protypical size and armstrength for the NFL, but not much experience. Not sure how good he is mentally (smart plays) either.
     

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