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  • Mat'hir Uth Gan
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    Originally posted by howlett75
    Hi Guys,

    Was just wondering which of the following late round sleepers you would prefer to inject some impetus into our Special Teams returning game?

    1) Ed Burke
    2) Alan Hegarty
    3) Conor McNally

    All 3 pose a real threat and will be late round if not undrafted due to playing for smaller schools but all 3 possess real speed, cutting ability, not to mention the ability to find space in a packed field

    What you think guys?
    I've never heard of those guys, and I've heard of almost everyone. This thread is a goof.

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  • japfaff
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    How about this one...
    Round 4 Jordy Nelson Wr Kansas St. 6'3" 215 4.5
    122 rec 1600+ yards 11 TDs 2 P.ret for Td

    These are 07 stats....

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  • Cutler2007
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    Originally posted by humpbobby
    But to answer the Original topic.
    WR-Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State PR:6
    WR-Patrick Carter, Louisville PR:6
    RB-Anthony Alridge, Houston PR:7
    I love Stroughter, but have not been able to find out if he was able to get a red shirt exception for last year. If he is in this draft, he is worthy of a 5th round maybe even a 4th round pick. He is easily a 2nd round talent, believe he was the 8th rank WR at the start of 2007...and he is a returner to boot.

    Never mind he is going back to school:

    "Oregon State wide receiver Sammie Stroughter thought he had an excellent chance to be granted a medical hardship year, but he wasn't 100 percent sure.
    "The NCAA had the final say,'' said Stroughter, who found out Friday that his prayers had been answered.
    Stroughter has been granted a medical hardship year and will be eligible to play in 2008, a decision that brightens the Beavers' outlook considerably as they face a daunting schedule that begins with road games at Stanford and Penn State and an early home game against USC.
    "Thank the Lord, I have the opportunity to come back after all the things I went through,'' said Stroughter, who will graduate in December with a bachelor's degree in sociology."
    Last edited by Cutler2007; 04-03-2008, 06:46 AM.

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  • LarryDean
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    But to answer the Original topic.
    WR-Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State PR:6
    WR-Patrick Carter, Louisville PR:6
    RB-Anthony Alridge, Houston PR:7

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  • LarryDean
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    Im at a loss on this one..

    I have no idea who these guys even are

    I would not worry about any of them being drafted.

    If you can include some vital information that would be nice.

    Like what school did they play for and also what division and position as well.

    Or any draft website that has them listed so that I mite read about these players you have listed.

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  • howlett75
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    come on fellow broncos
    what you reckon

    who would be worth a shot?

    we seriously need help on the return game

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  • howlett75
    started a topic Mid To Late Round Sleepers

    Mid To Late Round Sleepers

    Hi Guys,

    Was just wondering which of the following late round sleepers you would prefer to inject some impetus into our Special Teams returning game?

    1) Ed Burke
    2) Alan Hegarty
    3) Conor McNally

    All 3 pose a real threat and will be late round if not undrafted due to playing for smaller schools but all 3 possess real speed, cutting ability, not to mention the ability to find space in a packed field

    What you think guys?
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