Ronnie Brown & Matt Jones

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What do you guys think of these 2 in AQUA and ORANGE....

1. RONNIE BROWN

Saban, your LSU boy just got OWNED.


Notice How Ronnie was the slot receiver while Caddy was the Tailback


He is so versatile, you can line him up wherever u want...RB,FB,WR...etc.


4.4 Speed

Excellent Hands


And the Power of a BullDozer!!!

Click here for a PREVIEW:
http://waumadscn7.eastbay.com/is/image/EB/70042171?tags=no&WID=500&$Number=23&$LNumber=2&$RNumber=3&$Name=BROWN&$ENLARGE$

HERE ARE SOME RONNIE BROWN VIDEOS:


http://www.auburn.edu/~chavdhk/STILL_AU.wmv
http://www.members.aol.com/aubie19/ronnie.wmv
http://media1.aunews.net/video/football/RBVSTennssee03.mpeg
http://media2.aunews.net/video/football/RBVSTennsseeTD.mpeg
More ACC and SEC Video <---Ckick On Auburn Vs. Miss. State




2. MATT JONES



4.37 Speed

Saban believed "Matt Jones was the best player in the SEC"

39 1/2 inch vertical leap

6'6" of RAW, UNLIMITED POTENTIAL


Click here for a PREVIEW:
http://waumadscn7.eastbay.com/is/image/EB/70042171?tags=no&WID=500&$Number=9&$LNumber=9&$RNumber=9&$Name=JONES&$ENLARGE$



NCAA ALL TIME QB RUSHING RECORDS:

1. 3,895 Antwaan Randle El, Indiana (857 attempts, 44 TD), 1998-01

2. 3,615 Joshua Cribbs, Kent (614 attempts, 37 TD), 2001-current


5. 3,434 Eric Crouch, Nebraska (648 attempts, 59 TD), 1998-01
11. 2,818 Eli Roberson, Kansas State (604 attempts, 40 TD), 2000-03
14. 2,615 Woodrow Dantzler, Clemson (549 attempts, 27 TD), 1998-01
15. 2,573 Jammal Lord, Nebraska (516 attempts, 24 TD), 2000-03
16. 2,551 Bill Hurley, Syracuse (685 attempts, 19 TD), 1975-79

17. 2,545 Matt Jones, Arkansas (371 attempts, 24 TD), 2001-current



IN THE SEC:


TOTAL OFFENSE - YARDS PER PLAY:
1. 7.75 Danny Wuerffel, Florida (1,355 for 10,500), 1993-96

2. 7.52 Matt Jones, Arkansas (1,097 for 8,250), 2001-Active

3. 7.35 Rex Grossman, Florida (1,229 for 9,031), 2000-02

4. 7.18 Peyton Manning, Tennessee (1,534 for 11,020), 1994-97

5. 7.03 Pat Sullivan, Auburn (974 for 6,844), 1969-71

8. 6.70 Eli Manning, Ole Miss (1,491 for 9,989), 2000-03



TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY:

1. 122 Danny Wuerffel, Florida (8 rushing, 114 passing), 1993-96

2. 118 Eli Manning, Ole Miss (8 rushing, 110 passing), 2000-03

3. 101 Peyton Manning, Tennessee (12 rushing, 89 passing), 1994-97

4. 90 Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (12 rushing, 78 passing), 2000-03

5. 83 Rex Grossman, Florida (6 rushing, 77 passing), 2000-02

6. 82 Shane Matthews, Florida (7 rushing, 74 passing, 1 receiving), 1989-92

7. 81 Casey Clausen, Tennessee (6 rushing, 75 passing), 2000-03

8. 78 Tim Couch, Kentucky (4 rushing, 74 passing), 1996-98

9. 75 Matt Jones (24 rushing, 51 passing), 2001-Active

10. 74 David Greene, Georgia (5 rushing, 69 passing), 2001-Active




QUARTERBACK RUSHING YARDAGE:

1. 2,545 Matt Jones, Arkansas, 2001-Active

2. 2,280 John Bond, Mississippi State, 1980-83

3. 1,884 Phil Gargis, Auburn, 1973-76

4. 1,868 Don Smith, Mississippi State, 1983-86

5. 1,799 Andy Johnson, Georgia, 1971-73




YARDS PER RUSH:

1. 6.6 Bo Jackson, Auburn (4,303 on 650), 1982-85

2. 6.3 Bobby Marlow, Alabama (2,560 on 480), 1950-52

3. 6.0 Micheal Haddix, Miss. State (2,558 on 425), 1979-82

4. 5.95 Garrison Hearst, Georgia (3,232 on 543), 1990-92

5. 5.8 Walter Packer, Miss. State (2,820 on 483), 1973-76

5. 5.8 Tony Green, Florida (2,590 on 445), 1974-77

5. 5.8 Stephen Davis, Auburn (2,811 on 488), 1993-95

9. 5.7 James Brooks, Auburn (3,523 on 621), 1977-80

9. 5.7 Rodney Hampton, Georgia (2,668 on 472), 1987-89

9. 5.7 Fred Taylor, Florida (3,075 on 537), 1994-97

12. 5.6 Bobby Humphrey, Alabama (3,420 on 615), 1985-88

12. 5.6 Emmitt Smith, Florida (3,828 on 700), 1987-89

12. 5.6 Johnny Davis, Alabama (2,519 on 447), 1974-77

15. 5.5 Jamal Lewis, Tennessee (2,677 on 487), 1997-99

15. 5.5 Johnnie Jones, Tennessee (2,852 on 517), 1981-84

15. 5.5 Travis Henry, Tennessee (3,078 on 556), 1997-2000

15. 5.5 Dicenzo Miller, Miss. State (2,209 on 403), 1998-2001

*** Not Yet Met Minimum (400 rushes)

6.9 Matt Jones, Arkansas (2,545 on 371), 2001-Active







HERE ARE SOME MATT JONES VIDEOS:

Matt Jones in the Senior Bowl
Matt Jones in the Senior Bowl
Matt Jones in the NFL Combine
http://www.woopigsooie.net/mattslammajamma.mpeg


 

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I think that Matt Jones is going in the first round. I have seen this hype before in draft time. I think some team around 20 to 32 is going to draft him based on talent.
 

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My only problem with Matt Jones is how many people are all about him because he can be the third string QB.

If anyone has seen Matt Jones throw you know damn well that guy does not belong behind center in the NFL. ;)

Just doesn't have the arm or the decision making ability. However he is one of the more impressive athletic freaks I've seen in quite some time. If he grasps the concept of WR and progresses there, he can be unlike anyone the league has ever seen.

I just think if people who are upping his draft status because he can be the 3rd QB are waaay off base. If Matt Jones ends up behind center for you, you are in a world of trouble.
 

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If he's on our team it's as a WR/TE/H-back......NO QB.
 

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I think it would be great, but Matt Jones will probably go late in the first round or early in the second. I don't think we willl have the luxury of extra picks to take him and have many other holes to fill.
 

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If we get a 2nd for Surtain we can always do a package deal with another team and move up in the 2nd round. Saban sayed that Matt Jones was the best player in the SEC, u know he would like to get him somehow.
 

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If the Dolphins moved into the middle of the first round, I would definitely be happy with selecting Matt Jones. He's going to dominate.
 

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They should try to get that #5 from TB, Take ronnie with it and then trade the 2 3rd rounders for an early 2nd and then you can PROBABLY still get him. I don't see him getting past the Patriots at #32 though.
 

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Saban will not get Jones as a QB, but as WR/TE/H-Back. And if for some incredible reason we need an emergency 4th stringer he can fill in.
 

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The only problem is...

Matt Jones isn't going to be available when the dolphins pick their second prospect...in the THIRD ROUND

good luck
 
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