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2 UNLV Guys I Can See Us Drafting.

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  • 2 UNLV Guys I Can See Us Drafting.

    WR Ryan Wolfe in the 3rd round.

    "Ryan Wolfe is... One of the best clutch perfomances in all of college football with those great hands." - Mel Kiper JR

    He constantly gets seperation and i can easily see him being our #2 guy.

    Heres part of an article on him from UNLV's website:

    LAS VEGAS - Senior wide receiver Ryan Wolfe became just the third UNLV football player and sixth Mountain West Conference gridder in history to earn three first team all-league honors as the MWC announced its official postseason awards Tuesday.

    Wolfe, out of Santa Clarita, Calif., was already the first UNLV receiver in history to be named first team all-conference twice in a career as he was also a first team selection in 2006 and 2008 (Wolfe received honorable mention in 2007). Now he joins two-time All-American safety Jamaal Brimmer (2002-04 in the MWC) and two-time All-American punter and quarterback Randall Cunningham (1982-84 in the PCAA) as the only Rebel football players to thrice be named first team all-league. He is also one of just six players in Mountain West history to accomplish the feat. Despite missing his final collegiate game because of a foot injury, Wolfe finished 12th in college football history with 283 receptions, which was also the most in UNLV and Mountain West history. This season, the Hart High School product led the MWC with 6.73 catches per game (17th nationally), had 74 grabs for 760 yards and also earned statistics as a rusher (41 net yards) and on defense (six tackles and one pass breakup). Wolfe's two 100-yard receiving games as a senior pushed his school-record career total to 12.

    A short video of him:

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    OLB Jason Beauchamp in the 5th.

    Solo tackles 46
    Ast 49
    Total Tackles 95
    TFL 12 for 58 yards
    Sacks 6.5 for 43 yards
    and 2 forced fumbles

    I believe he can be a late round steal if we can snag him in the sixth
    And a video
    YouTube - All-In Episode 4: Killin' Time with Jason Beauchamp

    Any opinions?
    Last edited by Nick; -12-26-2009, 12:21 PM. Reason: Removing link