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2006 Combine List – Running Backs

Joseph Addai, L.S.U. Mike Bell, Arizona Reggie Bush, Southern California Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin P.J. Daniels, Georgia Tech Maurice Drew, UCLA Quinton Ganther, Utah Ryan Gilbert, Houston Andre Hall, South Florida Jerome Harrison, Washington State Taurean Henderson, Texas Tech Cedric Humes, Virginia Tech Wali Lundy, Virginia Laurence Maroney, Minnesota Wendell Mathis, Fresno State DonTrell Moore, New… Read more

2006 Combine List – Complete

Quarterbacks Brett Basanez, Northwestern Kellen Clemens, Oregon Brodie Croyle, Alabama Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt Bruce Eugene, Grambling Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo Darrell Hackney, U.A.B. Tavaris Jackson, Alabama State Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green Matt Leinart, USC Travis Lulay, Montana State Ingle Martin, Furman Reggie McNeal, Texas A&M Erik Meyer, Eastern Washington Barrick Nealy, Texas State Drew Olson, U.C.L.A… Read more

DraftDaddy Chat – 02/07/06

[The Gun Of Bavaria] 8:10 PM Great turnout tonight, we should have a very good time. Thanks again to Bit and R44 for their time. [The Gun Of Bavaria] 8:10 PM Well this question has to be on the mind of every Jets fan with a heartbeat. How does today’s GM shakeup effect the Jets… Read more

College Juniors ~ From Draft Daddy.com

By R44 Courtesy of our friends at DraftDaddy.com Below is a list of some key juniors on offense debating whether or not they should enter the upcoming NFL Draft. To the best of our knowledge, we try to predict who’s going to jump and who going to return to college. We will look at defensive… Read more

Top College Running Backs

By R44 We asked R44 from Draft Daddy to break down the top college running backs for us. Here is an in-depth look at who may be available in the next draft. DeAngelo Williams ~ Memphis — This Tiger is college football’s leading active running back in career rushing touchdowns, rushing yards, yards per carry… Read more

Rigs’ Preview of Draft Eligible QB’s

by Rigs DraftDaddy Guru JetNation Columnist Wondering what’s available out there in terms of young QB’s? Here is an analysis compiled by one of the foremost draft guru’s out there, a gentleman we know only as “Rigs.” Be sure to check out Rigs’ detailed analysis on all matters concerning the draft, as well as NFLE… Read more

Rigs’ Intriguing Rookie Cuts: Future Jets?

1) Ben Emmanuel–safety, UCLA (5th round Carolina) A lot draft sites had this player real high last spring because of his great “computer numbers”, but we didn’t like him at DD as much because he his stats seemed to slip every season at UCLA–a real bad sign. Nonetheless, has better size and speed than current… Read more

Supplemental Draft Wrap-up

by Rigs JetNation Contributor The Miami Dolphins selected USC DT Manuel Wright in the 5th round of the NFL’s Supplemental Draft today. Wright was expected to be drafted higher–perhaps the 3rd or 4th round based on a unique size/speed ratio he possess–but dropped due to character and conditioning issues that surfaced prior to the Supplemental… Read more

Entering The Draft

By R44 Former USC defensive tackle Manuel Wright declaring for the Supplemental was the worst kept secret in college football. DraftDaddy.com had been reporting since February that the talented Wright would not qualify academically and would be forced to opt for the NFL. Wright had hoped to start at least one season before making the… Read more

Small School Prospects

By R44 QB~ Erik Meyer ~ Eastern Washington–Small school superstar, who at 6’1′ may not have the physical skills to excel in the NFL. Threw for 31 TD’s in 2004. Travis Lulay of Montana State and former Florida Gators recruit Ingle Martin (Furman) are also top small school quarterbacks. RB~ Travis Glasford ~ Western Illinois–Dual… Read more

Top Senior Prospects – Defense

By R44 DT~ Rodrique Wright ~ Texas– Wright came into 2004, his junior season, as a player many felt would garner strong first round consideration after a super sophomore season. However, nagging injuries and constant double teams really affected the 6’5″, 305 pound super prospect, plunging his draft stock. As a sophomore he was dominant… Read more

Top Senior Prospects – Offense

By R44 QB~ Matt Leinart ~ Southern California–Former major league baseball pitching prospect, has become a big-armed college football star, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2004 and leading his team to another National title. At 6’5″ and 225 pounds, Leinart has thrown 71 TD’s and completed nearly 65 percent of his attempts the last 2… Read more

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