***2013 Patriots Draft Thread V2***

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     I don't think I really care if they go DE or DT. Either position could use an upgrade so it depends who is available when they pick. Ninkovich has looked good and we haven't seen what Bequette can do. Love is decent but it'd be nice to get more push from that area and I'm guessing Brace will be gone next year. From a depth stand point based on the current roster, I'd say we need DT more but if they landed either Werner, Jordan, Jenkins, Williams I'd be really happy. I don't want any LSU d-lineman. They're solid but nothing really stands out to me about any of them



    good stuff

     
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    who else is going to go into death valley today and win?

    in my mind, at teh moment, i have alabama 1, oregon 2, k state 3, lsu 4, 

     
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    Is MB ok after the ND game? What a nail biter!




    Haha, I was def sweatin that one out... glad they were able to close it out with a W.



    talk about luck of the irish. several times this season.

    the top 4 as i see it at the moment are alabama, lsu, oregon and k state.

    computers wont drop nd. and older voters wont either voting on their memories. 

    the rest of the voters we'll see.

    nd should be closer to 10 than 1 in my mind.

     




    You can hate on ND all you want, bottom line is they're 9-0 and still have a shot at playing for the NC... that's all I really care about.

     
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    So it's pretty well known that I love Dion Jordan, but I think BB/NC would have a really tough time passing on Bama DT Jesse Williamsat the bottom of Rd 1.  This is the kind of strong, stout, rugged space clogger that BB loves... kid can eat a double, split a double, stack & shed, moves well laterally and gives a great effort in pursuit.  This would give them an excellent (3) man rotation with Vince and Love.

    I was switching back and forth between the Oregon/SC & Bama/LSU games so I could watch Jordan/Williams, etc... but Jordan had to leave the game with an injury, so that made the decision of which game to watch pretty easy.

     
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    As for Brady's window closing, in this week's Patriots All Access, Scott Zolak was interviewing Brady and Zo mentioned him playing six more years and Tom said, "six? you're selling me short!"

    Here's the link. The interview starts at 21:45.
    http://www.patriots.com/media-center/videos/all-access.html

     
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    While searching for animated gifs yesterday, I came across this hilarious blog entry regarding the 2012 draft. Here's a sample,

    1. Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

    16. New York Jets - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina

    21. New England Patriots - Chandler Jones, DE/OLB, Syracuse

    25. New England Patriots - Dont'a Hightower, DE/ILB/OLB, Alabama

    Haha! http://www.draftcountdown.com/forum/showthread.php?t=52641

     
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    who else is going to go into death valley today and win?

    in my mind, at teh moment, i have alabama 1, oregon 2, k state 3, lsu 4, 




    I like Alabama and Kansas St. at 1 and 2 right now. If ND has to move back I don't think it should be past #4 but I like them at 3. I like Oregon at 4 and they have 2 good games to finish the season to really show where they belong (Oregon St/ Stanford). Kansas St is a team that I think is too low but they keep proving me wrong every week

     
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    So it's pretty well known that I love Dion Jordan, but I think BB/NC would have a really tough time passing on Bama DT Jesse Williamsat the bottom of Rd 1.  This is the kind of strong, stout, rugged space clogger that BB loves... kid can eat a double, split a double, stack & shed, moves well laterally and gives a great effort in pursuit.  This would give them an excellent (3) man rotation with Vince and Love.

    I was switching back and forth between the Oregon/SC & Bama/LSU games so I could watch Jordan/Williams, etc... but Jordan had to leave the game with an injury, so that made the decision of which game to watch pretty easy.



    Another good thing about Williams is I think he can play DE in the 3-4. His versatillity is a big plus

     
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    While searching for animated gifs yesterday, I came across this hilarious blog entry regarding the 2012 draft. Here's a sample,



    Hahaha They do the first 2 rounds of the draft. Weeden's was funny, Tavon Wilson's not so much

     
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    While searching for animated gifs yesterday, I came across this hilarious blog entry regarding the 2012 draft. Here's a sample,



    That was fantastic!!!! It was a good start or my morning. Thank you for posting that.

     
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    While searching for animated gifs yesterday, I came across this hilarious blog entry regarding the 2012 draft. Here's a sample,

    1. Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

    16. New York Jets - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina

    21. New England Patriots - Chandler Jones, DE/OLB, Syracuse

    25. New England Patriots - Dont'a Hightower, DE/ILB/OLB, Alabama

    Haha! http://www.draftcountdown.com/forum/showthread.php?t=52641



    Haha, that's awesome... the Bruce Irvin gif was my favorite.

     
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    So it's pretty well known that I love Dion Jordan, but I think BB/NC would have a really tough time passing on Bama DT Jesse Williamsat the bottom of Rd 1.  This is the kind of strong, stout, rugged space clogger that BB loves... kid can eat a double, split a double, stack & shed, moves well laterally and gives a great effort in pursuit.  This would give them an excellent (3) man rotation with Vince and Love.

    I was switching back and forth between the Oregon/SC & Bama/LSU games so I could watch Jordan/Williams, etc... but Jordan had to leave the game with an injury, so that made the decision of which game to watch pretty easy.



    Another good thing about Williams is I think he can play DE in the 3-4. His versatillity is a big plus




    Doesn't have that ideal length, but could play that role, yes... though I think he'll make his money in the middle.

     
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    Is MB ok after the ND game? What a nail biter!




    Haha, I was def sweatin that one out... glad they were able to close it out with a W.



    talk about luck of the irish. several times this season.

    the top 4 as i see it at the moment are alabama, lsu, oregon and k state.

    computers wont drop nd. and older voters wont either voting on their memories. 

    the rest of the voters we'll see.

    nd should be closer to 10 than 1 in my mind.

     




    You can hate on ND all you want, bottom line is they're 9-0 and still have a shot at playing for the NC... that's all I really care about.



    actaully mb, i was starting to give notre dame props last week if you noticed. 

    i dont root for notre dame but give credit where credit is due. see last week. i do get peeved when teams are overranked and teams that i believe are better dont have legit shot at nc.

    of course if i were an nd fan id be ecstatic.

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 



    This might be true but the NCAA is all about the money and ND has one of the largest followings across the country. If ND were to make the championship it would be an atm for that day

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 



    This might be true but the NCAA is all about the money and ND has one of the largest followings across the country. If ND were to make the championship it would be an atm for that day




    OSU has one of the largest followings and the NCAA still banned them from the post season

     
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    RE: ND... they have as much pull as anyone in the country, a national following and their own television contract (w/NBC)... their independent status will not hurt them when it comes to the BCS (As PE mentioned, bowls are all about $ and having ND there will guarantee plenty of it)... what might hurt them though is style points, which Oregon/KSU have more of. 

    Also, the thought that ND shouldn't be ranked as high because they don't have an SEC team on their schedule is ridiculous... their schedule is one of the tougher in the country... not to mention I don't see an SEC team on either Oregon or KSU's schedule.

    I have no idea how things will play out, but if ND is 12-0 when all is said in done, they'll be in the discussion for the BCS Championship game and at the very least will play in a BCS bowl.

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 



    This might be true but the NCAA is all about the money and ND has one of the largest followings across the country. If ND were to make the championship it would be an atm for that day




    OSU has one of the largest followings and the NCAA still banned them from the post season



    They were punished for NCAA violations, not the same argument.  If they were bowl eligible, they'd be right in the BCS discussion too.

     
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    RE: ND... they have as much pull as anyone in the country, a national following and their own television contract (w/NBC)... their independent status will not hurt them when it comes to the BCS (As PE mentioned, bowls are all about $ and having ND there will guarantee plenty of it)... what might hurt them though is style points, which Oregon/KSU have more of. 

    Also, the thought that ND shouldn't be ranked as high because they don't have an SEC team on their schedule is ridiculous... their schedule is one of the tougher in the country... not to mention I don't see an SEC team on either Oregon or KSU's schedule.

    I have no idea how things will play out, but if ND is 12-0 when all is said in done, they'll be in the discussion for the BCS Championship game and at the very least will play in a BCS bowl.




    the thing is K-state and Oregon are beating the teams they do play by consistently 30 points. ND's are much closer

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 



    This might be true but the NCAA is all about the money and ND has one of the largest followings across the country. If ND were to make the championship it would be an atm for that day




    OSU has one of the largest followings and the NCAA still banned them from the post season



    They were punished for NCAA violations, not the same argument.  If they were bowl eligible, they'd be right in the BCS discussion too.




    That arguement is that sometimes the NCAA doesn't care about the money lost in order to prove its point or further its agenda. 

     
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    mbeaulieu07 i really don't think they would choose ND over Oregon, kansas State, or Georgia to play bama just because ND is not in a big conference.  The NCAA has been trying to get them to join a conference for years and i could for sure see them snub them for that reason alone. Every year they hate seeing ND getting to sit at the NCAA meeting with the representatives of each conference as the only sole team representative.

    The Pitt game being that it was so close and that pitt isn't in the top 25 could give them another reason.  yes i understand they had a pretty tough schedule but the fact that there is no SEC teams they have played so far and the fact that Oklahoma is the best team they have faced so far will really hurt their case. 


    Also the fact that it also took OT to beat standford #17 ranked doesn't help either.  The recent bowl history isn't very good either and the psponsors want close games not a massacre. 



    This might be true but the NCAA is all about the money and ND has one of the largest followings across the country. If ND were to make the championship it would be an atm for that day




    OSU has one of the largest followings and the NCAA still banned them from the post season



    They were punished for NCAA violations, not the same argument.  If they were bowl eligible, they'd be right in the BCS discussion too.




    That arguement is that sometimes the NCAA doesn't care about the money lost in order to prove its point or further its agenda. 



    The NCAA doesn't hand pick BCS Bowl/BCS NC participants, those are decided by contractual league tie-ins (BCS Bowls), though there are a few AQ/Non-AQ caveats, and/or the overall BCS rankings (decided by multiple factors/polls that decides who plays in the NC game), so any assumed NCAA agenda is irrelevant in this case. 

    As far as ND is concerned, they qualify automatically for a BCS bowl if they finish in the Top 8 in the final BCS standings.

     
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    given the way things are, id like to see alabama vs k state for the nc

    and nd play oregon for 3rd

    who do i think deserves (ie is in the top 4, # losses or not) is lsu.

    k state - alabama and lsu - oregon id love to see in a 4 team playoff.

    georgia, fl, fl state and nd may be ranked higher than lsu, but if a neutral observer watched all the games, i think they woudl see lsu is bettter than those teams.

     
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    Ok I have started to comply my wish list for the 2013 draft. Now assuming that the Pats are in the last 4 spots on the draft here's what I have complied:

    1st - Jonathan Jenkins DT/NT 6'3" 360lbs - We might have to trade a pick next year to move up to early-late 20's to get him but it would be well worth it imo. He would add a presence in the interior similar to Wilforks. Having his size, explosiveness and ability to disrupt plays behind the line next to Wilfrok would make them the most dangerous DT combo in all of football. That should free up the LB for blitzes up the middle as well as Jones on the edge. Not only would no one be able to run against them but no QB would be safe in the pocket or to one entire side of the field forcing QB's to flush and have to throw across their bodies. Something I would love to see with this opertunistic D.

    Alternative  - Terrance Williams WR 6'3" 205lbs - Some might question this and say that BB will never spend high on a WR but I think this kid is special. Unless Edelman suddenly turns into Welker they are going to need some young talent at WR and Williams could be that man. He plays in all three levels both inside and outside the numbers without deceptive speed and quick CoD. He knows when not to get hit but can fight for the extra yards if needed. This is a kid no team will want to miss out on a year after the fact. I wouldn't be surprised if Was tries to move up and grab him to reunite with Griffin

    2nd - Travis Frederick G/C 6'4" 340lbs - This kid killed as a road grader last year. He is big and nasty and throws big lineman around like rag dolls. The only issue is he's not as mobil as BB likes in his OL. Still though if he remained at G I think he'd be a late 1st early 2nd pick. However, because on a lack of C's in Wis he was mvoed inside. A position where his lack of mobility has hurt him greatly. IMO is he is moved to a RG position where mobility isn't a huge concern he could be one of the better run blocking G's in the game. Well worth spending a 2nd on a nasty RG, esp with Ridley showing top RB talent

    Alternative - Margus Hunt DE 6'8" 280lbs - This kid started of weak but has since turned it on. He is strong at POA and against the run while showing flashes of advanced pass rushing moves. He's NFL ready sized and he might shut up NFL draft boards quickly but playing in a weaker school is going to hurt him. Still though this kid might actually become an option in the back of the 1st come draft day to bookend Jones and have one of the deadlier pass rushing duo's in the game, btw who both are strong against the run. Talk about drool inducing

    3rd - William Gholston DE 6'7" 280lbs - Much like Hunt this kid is oozing talent but is more raw then Hunt. Though, a better run blocker and has better instincts to smell out screens he is much more raw in pass rushing. Think of him as a bigger more athletic version of Nink at this point but with a much larger upside. He might take a year to develop but this kid has a chance to be something special and to get him late in the 3rd would be a steal, but thanks to a ton of talented DE's this year it is possible. If Jenkins is taken in the first and Hunt is passed on in the 2nd this is an easy pick for me

    Alternative - Kwame Geathers DT/NT 6'6" 350lbs - If you don't take Jenkins early then you take his backup in the 3rd. Very similar player and would be a starting player for almost any team that Jenkins isn't on. obviously he's not as talented as Jenkins but in the 3rd he's an upgrade to Love and to Cunningham as an interior presence. Well worth taking a look at


    1st 7th - Tyrann Mathieu CB 5'9" 175lbs - This kid would be an idiot to come out this year but he hasn't exactly been smart so far. With all his issues even with 1st round talent I expect him to take a Dennard type of fall to the 7th. If he's there in the 6th I might look to package both 7th's to get him but if available with the 1st 7th there is no shot I let him get by.

    2nd 7th - Andre Debose WR 5'11" 190lbs - Not sure what happened with him. Last year he got the best of both Claiborne and Kirkpatrick, this year he's lost his spot. Obviously though the talent is there but I'd love to hear why he's fallen on the depth chart. Maybe it's just as simple as Fl wanting to bring up their young QB with the new WR's he's going to be playing with for the next 3 years. Either way Debose could be a huge steal. He has Wallace type of upside with his speed and ability to make CB's get turned around with double moves. He's a true outside threat just as long as he doesn't have to work the middle of the field and grind out yards

     
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    given the way things are, id like to see alabama vs k state for the nc

    and nd play oregon for 3rd

    who do i think deserves (ie is in the top 4, # losses or not) is lsu.

    k state - alabama and lsu - oregon id love to see in a 4 team playoff.

    georgia, fl, fl state and nd may be ranked higher than lsu, but if a neutral observer watched all the games, i think they woudl see lsu is bettter than those teams.



    well they have lsu at 7 today 

    record aside, i think they are better than fl, ga and nd. 

    probably beat k state and maybe oregon. but id give them at least #4.

     
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    Afternoon boys... following Nate and PE, below is my Mock V1:

     

    Rd 1: DT Jesse Williams (6-3 320) Alabama- Williams is a big, strong, stout, rugged and physical banger in the middle that would join the DT rotation early on.  Kid is still relatively new to the game and continues to develop… he’s also proven in the SEC.

     

    Other Options:  DE/OLB Dion Jordan (6-6 250) Oregon/ OG Chance Warmack (6-2 322) Alabama / OL Barrett Jones (6-4 305) Alabama

     

    Rd 2: S Matt Elam (5-10 210) Florida- Kid is an intense, physical defensive back in the mold of Rodney Harrison in that if it’s moving, he hits it.  This kid is versatile (box/deep/slot/CB), ultra competitive and also plays ST… he’s another proven SEC player that would be able to contribute early.  Kid is also a quick riser with Top 50, possibly Rd 1 upside.

     

    Other Options:  CB Jordan Poyer (5-11 192) Oregon State/ S Robert Lester (6-2 215) Alabama / DE/LB Ziggy Ansah (6-6 270) BYU

     

     

    Rd 3: CB Terry Hawthorne (6-0 190) Illinois- Rangy, athletic kid that moves well, gives an excellent effort, is versatile and is not afraid to fill vs. the run.  I’m sure BB/NC are familiar with him, having scouted Tavon extensively.

     

    Other Options:  S Zeke Motta (6-2 215) ND /ILB Shayne Skov (6-3 242) Stanford / DL Abry Jones (6-3 308) Georgia

     

    Rd 7:  DE Kapron Lewis-Moore (6-4 306) ND- Continuing to add depth to the front 7, Lewis-Moore is a big, battle tested DL with a lot of experience as a 34 DE.  He’s also a team captain and solid leader.

     

    Other Options:  OG Blaize Foltz (6-4 310) TCU

     

    Rd 7: WR TJ Moe (5-11 200) Missouri- The search for WW’s eventual successor continues.

     

    Other Options:  WR Chad Bumphis (5-11 200) Miss State

     
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