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    Bowl Game Draft Prospects

    With all the bowl games coming up. This is always a great opportunity to get a good look and Draft prospects in big games. Here is list of some of the top prospects that may/may not declare for the draft. Feel free to list anyone I might of missed. Of course their are many other talented players that are not in bowl games, we will have plenty of other opportunities to learn about them.

    EAGLE BANK BOWL
    Wake Forest

    Aaron Curry, OLB - 2008 Dick Butkus Award Winner. 6'3 247
    Chip Vaughn, SS - Improving every week. 6'2 220
    Alphonso Smith, CB - 20 career picks.
    Sam Swank, K - Maybe the best kicker in the draft

    Navy
    Eric Kettani, FB - 2,041 yards and 15 touchdowns in his career.6'0 242

    NEW MEXICO BOWL
    Colorado St.
    Kory Sperry, TE - A very good that may go Un-drafted. 6'5 255

    Fresno State.
    Bear Pascoe, TE - A major contributor on special teams. 6'6 258 Can catch too.
    Tom Brandstater, QB - In the top 10 of every pass category at Fresno. Could be a project on the practice squad or 3rd String.6'5 220


    MAGICJACK ST. PETERSBURG BOWL
    Memphis.
    Clinton McDonald, DT -
    Leads Memphis with 7 sacks.

    South Florida
    George Selvie, DE -
    First team all American. Tweener. 6'4 247
    Tyrone McKenzie, OLB - A tackling machine. 6'2 235

    PIONEER LAS VEGAS
    BYU
    Dennis Pitta, TE
    - 2008 JOHN MACKEY AWARD SEMI-FINALIST 6'5 251

    Arizona
    Eben Britton, OT -
    A monster OT. All-Pac-10 first team. 6'6 340

    R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS
    Southern Miss.
    Gerald McRath, OLB -
    126 tackles in 2008. Could be a top NFL week side LB 6'3 220
    Shawn Nelson. TE - Out standing hands. 46 catches and 507 yards in just seven games. 6'5 242

    Troy.
    Brandon Lang, DE -
    He set a new school-record for tackles for loss yardage which was held by former Trojan Demarcus Ware.

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA
    Boise State.
    Kyle Wilson, CB -
    A special team star. 3 touchdowns returns. 5'10 190

    TCU.
    Jason Phillips, ILB -
    Led TCU you in tackles the last 4 years. 6'1 235
    Stephen Hodge, SS - I priority free agent.

    SHERATON HAWAII
    Hawaii.
    John Estes, C -
    39 consecutive starts at center. 6'2 295

    Notre Dame.
    David Bruton, FS -
    A tackling machine at safety. 6'2 212
    Sam Young, OT - A massive tackle, can play both tackle positions. 6'8 330

    MOTOR CITY
    FAU.
    Frantz Joseph, ILB -
    141 tackles and 9.5 TFL as a senior! 6'3 235

    Central Michigan.
    Dan LeFevour, QB -
    This guy can run and pass. 6'3 228
    Bryan Anderson, WR - CMU's all-time leader in receptions and touchdown receptions. 6'5 214

    MEINEKE CAR CARE.
    West Virginia.
    Pat White, QB -
    Will be a receiver in the NFL. 6'0 192

    North Carolina.
    Hakeem Nicks, WR -
    First Thousand yard receiver in school history. 6'1 210
    Trimane Goddard, FS - A Playmaker, cause 3 turnovers that won games. 5'11 195

    CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL
    Wisconsin.
    Garrett Graham, TE -
    2008 ALL-BIG TEN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM. 6'4 242
    Matt Shaughnessy, DE - Through 10 games, Matt Shaughnessy has three sacks and six. 6'6 253
    Andy Kemp, OG - Very Smart. Can play Center. 6'5 318
    Kraig Urbik, OG - A mauler, smart, great size. 6'6 328

    FSU.
    Everett Brown, DE -
    DOMINANT! 12.5 Sacks. 45 TFLs. 6'4 254

    EMERALD BOWL
    Miami.
    Darryl Sharpton , OLB -
    Very stout against the run. 5'11 235

    California

    Alex Mack, C -
    Outstanding flexibility for his size. Top ranked center. 6'4 314
    Worrell Williams, ILB - Williams has 55 tackles, five TFL and six passes broken up. His size is what we need in the middle of are rams defense. 6'2 249.
    Zack Follett, OLB - Cal's defensive MVP. 8.5 sacks. 6'1 238

    INDEPENDENCE BOWL
    Northern Illinois.
    Larry English, OLB/DE -
    2008 MAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 6'3 254

    La. Tech.
    Chris Keagle, P -
    23 punts out of 64 downed inside the 20.

    ROSE BOWL.
    Penn State.
    Derrick Williams, WR
    - Electrifying returner. 6'0 200
    A.Q. Shipley, C - Co-Captain. Tough and tenacious blocker. 6'1 298

    Southern California.
    Rey Maualuga, ILB - All- American. Leads the Pac-10 in every major statistical category. 6'2 255
    Taylor Mays, FS - A freak of nature. The speed he has at his size is amazing. 6'4 225
    Fili Moala, DT - A 34 Defensive End. 6'4 296
    Brian Cushing, OLB - This guy can play any position. 6'4 255
    Mark Sanchez, QB - A first day pick if he declares. 6'3 225

    ORANGE BOWL
    Cincinnati.
    Mike Mickens, CB -
    64 tackles 4 picks 13 passes defended. 5'11 190
    Connor Barwin, DE - 7 sacks and 9.5 TFLs 6'4 257
    DeAngelo Smith, CB - A solid corner. With great hands. 5'11 190

    Virginia Tech.
    Sergio Render, OG -
    Named to the All-ACC squad. 6'3 314
    Kam Chancellor, SS - Supremely athletic and big. 6'4 225
    Victor Harris, CB - 42 tackles, including 2.5 for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. 6'0 194

    SUGAR BOWL
    Utah.
    Sean Smith, CB -
    Big corner. 4 picks, 6 pass break ups. 6'3 215

    Alabama.
    Terrence Cody, NT -
    They call him Mount Cody. Will do a 34 defense in the NFL proud. 6'5 365
    Andre Smith, OT - Very Talented. Awarded top interior lineman. 6'5 339
    John Parker Wilson, QB - Could be a solid back up in the NFL. 6'2 209

    FIESTA BALL
    Ohio State.
    Malcolm Jenkins, CB -
    I love conner that loves to tackle in the box. 2008 JIM THORPE AWARD WINNER. 6'1 202
    James Laurinaitis, ILB - 121 tackles, 5.5 TFL and four sacks as a senior. First Team All-American. 6'3 243
    Chris Wells, RB - For runs surprisingly fast for his size. 6'2 237
    Brian Robiskie, WR - 7 passed for 419 yards and eight touchdowns 6'3 199
    Marcus Freeman, OLB - 76 tackles, nine TFL and 3.5 sacks. 6'1 243

    Texas.
    Brian Orakpo, DE -
    Top Defensive End in the Nation. 6'4 261
    Jordan Shipley, WR - Special teams and a productive receiver. 6'0 195

    BCS CHAMPIONSHIP
    FloridaPercy Harvin, WR -
    An electrifying player in space. 5'11 196
    Brandon Spikes, ILB - Outstanding against the inside run and coverage. ask Mr. Coffee. 6'3 245
    Tim Tebow, QB - Outstanding leadership. Incredible athleticism. 6'3 238

    Oklahoma.
    Duke Robinson, OG -
    A very elite player at his position. Could go top 15 6'4 335
    Juaquin Iglesias, WR - 2008 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM. 6'0 204
    Jermaine Gresham, TE - Incredible size. Outstanding route runner. 6'6 250
    DeMarcus Granger, DT - 16 tackles and 2.5 TFL through eight games. 6'3 303
    Nic Harris, SS - 74 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and two interceptions. 6'3 228


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    Re: Bowl Game Draft Prospects

    Awesome list man. Rep coming your way.

    I love bowl season!

    Oh, and way to go Malcolm Jenkins!! W00t!

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    Re: Bowl Game Draft Prospects

    I can't wait to get a closer look on these potential draft picks. I love Jenkins tackling ability.

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    Re: Bowl Game Draft Prospects

    Wow, reps to you. Great list. I'm excited already for Bowl Season.

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    Re: Bowl Game Draft Prospects

    I can't wait for the college all-star bowl games too.

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