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Jonathan Cyprien heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Jaguars' picks: Round 2/33 - Johnathan Cyprien, SS, 6-0, 217, Florida International...The Jaguars entertained trade offers for the pick but only if it was something special. When none came forward, Jacksonville jumped at the chance to grab Cyprien who they were very high on. They like his physical nature and durability. He never missed a college game while posting career totals of 365 tackles, 13.5 tackles for lost yardage and seven interceptions. Cyprien has long arms and with his size is the ideal makeup of what Gus Bradley wanted in the secondary. - The Sports Xchange
T.Y. Hilton heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Colts picks: 3/92 - T.Y. Hilton, WR, 5-9, 183, Florida International...Speedster who is expected to see playing time as a receiver as well as a punt and kick returner. Impressed Colts special teams coaches with his ability to break big plays. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton: An undersized wide receiver who has 4.3 speed. Hilton can return punts and kickoffs as well as play slot receiver as a deep threat. - The Sports Xchange
Tourek Williams heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Chargers' picks: Round 6/179 - Tourek Williams, OLB, 6-3, 260, Florida International...A Sun Belt All-Conference pick, Williams could supply a burst off the edge and could battle with former No. 1 pick Larry English for playing time. Williams had 46 tackles last year, with 14.5 being for losses and he had 6.5 sacks. - The Sports Xchange
Anthony Gaitor heading into Sr season: 2009: All-Sun Belt Conference First Team…finished the season with 45 tackles, 4.5 for loss and two interceptions…2008: All-Sun Belt Conference First Team…Named Miami Herald First-Team All-Florida…led all Sun Belt players with four interceptions in conference play…had five interceptions overall… led the Sun Belt Conference in pass breakups per game with nine, giving him 1.29 per game, which was .43 more than the second-place finisher…broke up 16 passes overall for an average of 1.33 per game… recorded 44 tackles, including 32 solo…2007: Started 11-of-12 games at cornerback…led the team with two interceptions… led all freshman and ranked fifth on the team with 56 tackles, including 31 solo stops… recorded three tackles for loss and a sack…broke up three passes and had one fumble recovery…recorded three special teams tackles on kickoff coverage.
Greg Ellingson heading into Sr season: 2010: All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention (Coaches)...Ellingson has been FIU's go-to man in key situations as 32 of his 36 receptions have produced either a first down or a touchdown. The senior wideout leads the team with five touchdowns, and is second on the team with 36 receptions and 546 receiving yards. For his career, Ellingson is fifth all-time at FIU with 124 catches and fourth with 1,952 receiving yards. This is the first All-Sun Belt selection for Ellingson...2009: Appeared in all 12 games, starting seven of them… second on the team with 34 receptions, 528 receiving yards and four receiving touchdown and 44 yards per game… led the team in yards per reception with 15.5…2008: Appeared in all 12 contests, starting the final 10 games of the season...second on the team in receptions (35), receiving yards (574), yards per catch (16.4), receiving yards per game (47.8) and receiving touchdowns (3)...2007: One of seven Golden Panthers to start all 12 games and joined center Brad Serini as the only freshmen to start all 12 games...led the team with 304 yards receiving and ranked second on the team with 19 receptions...averaged 16.0 yards per catch with two touchdown passes and returned five punts for 48 yards (9.6).
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