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Brandon Scherff  (rSr), OT
6-5 319 5.00
  Brandon Scherff heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Redskins' 10 picks: Round 1/5 -- Brandon Scherff, T, 6-5, 320, Iowa...USC defensive end Leonard Williams, considered by some to be the draft's best player, was there for the taking, but after adding defensive linemen Ricky Jean Francois, Terrance Knighton and Stephen Paea in free agency, the Redskins opted to address the other side of the line. Washington believes that Scherff, who's penciled in at right tackle, will help them return to the glory days of the famed Hogs, who helped power them to four NFC titles and three Super Bowls from 1982-91. - The Sports Xchange
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*Tyler Sash  (rJr), SS
6-0 211 4.61
  *Tyler Sash heading into rJr season: 2010: First team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . first team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . one of 10 semifinal candidates for 2010 Jim Thorpe Award . . . Hustle Team Award, Defense...Named to preseason Watch Lists for Jim Thorpe Award, Lott Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy . . . first team all-America by Lindy's Football Preview and National Champs.net . . . second team all-America by Sporting News and The Kickoff . . .started all 13 games at strong safety . . . recorded third on team with 79 tackles, including 40 solo tackles and 39 assists . . . collected 3.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions and two pass break-ups...2009: Second team all-America by CollegeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele's College Football . . . third team all-America by the Associated Press . . . first team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . first team all-Big Ten by Sporting News and Phil Steele's College Football . . . one of 12 semi-finalists for Jim Thorpe Award . . . Coaches Appreciation Award, Defense . . . named to cbssports.com Mid-Season all-America team . . .Started all 13 games and has 21 consecutive starts among his 24 career starts . . . ranked third on team with 85 tackles, including 41 solo stops . . . led team with six interceptions for 203 yards and one touchdown . . . also had six pass break-ups, two forced fumbles and 5.5 tackles for loss . . .2008: Named Big Ten Top Defensive Freshman by Rivals.com... second team Freshman all-American by Rivals.com . . . third team Freshman all-American by Phil Steele's College Football . . . Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week vs. Penn State . . .Recorded 53 tackles during the season, including 28 solo stops and 25 assists . . . tied for team lead with five interceptions and had six pass break-ups . . . ranked first in the Big Ten and tied for 19th in the nation in interceptions per game (.42) . . .2007: Redshirted.
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Josey Jewell  (rSr), ILB
6-1 236 4.78
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Ryan Donahue  (rSr), P
6-2 193 4.90
  Ryan Donahue heading into rSr season: 2010: One of three finalists for 2010 Ray Guy Award . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . selected to compete in East-West Shrine Game . . . national Punter of the Week vs. Wisconsin by College Football Performance Awards . . . honorable mention Punter of the Week vs. Northwestern and Minnesota by College Football Performance Awards . . . Reggie Roby Special Teams Award, Overall...Named to preseason Watch List for Ray Guy Award . . . honorable mention all-America by NationalChamps.net . . . first team all-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon Yearbook . . .handled punting duties in all 13 games and for all 51 games in his career . . . averaged 44.6 yards on 54 punts, with 15 kicks over 50 yards . . .2009: Second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches . . . Reggie Roby Special Teams Award, Overall . . . one of 10 finalists for 2008 Ray Guy Award . . . Handled all punting duties in 13 games, averaging 40.9 yards on 61 punts . . . handled all punting duties and held for all placements in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech . . . averaged 36 yards on four punts vs. Georgia Tech, with three kicks inside the 20 and allowing just nine yards on two returns...2008: Semi-finalist for Ray Guy Award . . . second team all-Big Ten by league coaches . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media . . . third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . honorable mention Sophomore all-American by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . Special Teams Award, Specialist . . . handled all punting duties and held for all placements in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina . . . averaged 44 yards on two punts vs. South Carolina, with a long of 51 yards . . .2007: Named honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . named honorable mention Freshman all-American by The Sporting News . . . named to Freshman all-Big Ten team selected by The Sporting News . . . earned Special Teams Award, Specialist . . .2006: Redshirted.
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*Riley Reiff  (rJr), OT
6-6 313 5.16
  *Riley Reiff heading into rJr season: Say this for general manager Martin Mayhew, he's unconventional. Riley Reiff, considered by most the second best offensive line prospect in the draft, fell into his lap at 23. But that was the last pick that didn't cause some head-scratching. In Round Two, he bypassed a much-needed cornerback to take a receiver - Oklahoma's Ryan Broyles, who had ACL surgery on Nov. 21 and may not be ready for training camp. He finally took a corner in the third round - Louisiana-Lafayette's Dwight Bentley - and wound up with three in all. He took Chris Greenwood from Division III Albion (Mich.) in the fifth round and Jonte Green from New Mexico State in the sixth. Picks four through six were spent essentially on restocking the special teams. They took tweener defensive end Ronnell Lewis from Oklahoma in the fourth round, outside linebacker Tahir Whitehead from Temple in the fifth and Greenwood, who they termed a developmental cornerback, also in the fifth. The last two picks were on Green and Oklahoma linebacker Travis Lewis, whose production (leading tackler for four seasons) was diminished by a poor showing at the combine, where his stock plummeted after he ran a 4.88. "We stuck to our plan and we got some good players," coach Jim Schwartz said. BEST PICK: Tackle Riley Reiff: Reiff is as close to a sure thing as this draft class offers. It may take a year, but once he settles in, he will start for 10 years. - The Sports Xchange
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Andrew Schulze  (rSr), LS
6-5 256 5.12
  Andrew Schulze heading into rSr season: 2009: Reggie Roby Special Teams Award, Specialist...Handled all deep snaps for punts, PATs and field goals in all 13 games, with no fumbles or kicks not attempted . . . handled all deep snaps for punts, FGs and PATs in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech...2008: Academic all-Big Ten . . . Win During the Week Award, special teams . . . handled all deep snaps for punts, PATs and field goals in 46-3 opening win over Maine . . . handled all deep snaps for punts, PATs and field goals in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina...2007: Did not see action in opening win over Northern Illinois . . . saw first action of career in win over Syracuse . . . handled snaps on all five PAT attempts in 35-0 win . . . saw action in loss at Iowa State, handling snaps on one PAT attempt and three field goal attempts . . . handled deep snaps on three PAT attempts in loss to Western Michigan as Iowa had no field goal attempts...2006: Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.
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Steve Bigach  (rSr), LS
6-3 275 4.92
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*Bryan Bulaga  (Jr), OT
6-5 314 5.20
  *Bryan Bulaga heading into Jr season: 2008: Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media . . . first team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . second team Sophomore all-American by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . Hustle Team Award, offense . . . Listed as co-first team left tackle following spring practice . . . started at left tackle in 46-3 opening win over Maine as offense rushed for 245 yards and gained 457 yards total offense . . . started at left tackle in 42-0 win over Florida International as offense rushed for 241 yards and gained 512 yards total offense . . . started at left tackle and played every offensive down in 17-5 win over Iowa State . . . started at left tackle and played every offensive down in 21-20 loss at Pittsburgh . . . started at left tackle and played every offensive down in 22-17 loss to Northwestern as offense gained 407 yards total offense...2007: 2007 Honors - - Named to Freshman all-Big Ten team selected by The Sporting News . . . saw action in offensive line in opening win over Northern Illinois as offense rushed for 250 yards and gained 383 yards total offense . . . did not see action in win over Syracuse due to injury . . . did not see action in loss at Iowa State due to injury . . . did not see action in loss at Wisconsin due to injury . . . did not see action in loss to Indiana due to injury . . . did not see action in loss at Penn State due to injury . . . saw action at left guard in win over 18th-ranked Illinois as offense rushed for 141 yards and gained 323 yards total offense . . . started at left guard in loss at Purdue for first career start.
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Sean Welsh  (rSr), C
6-3 290 5.10
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Casey Kreiter  (Sr), LS
6-2 251 5.03
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Desmond King  (Sr), FS
5-10 201 4.60
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C.J. Fiedorowicz  (Sr), TE
6-5 265 4.73
  C.J. Fiedorowicz heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Texans' picks: Round 3/65 - C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, 6-6, 265, Iowa...Perhaps the best blocking tight end in the draft. He fits because Bill O'Brien wants to use formations with multiple tight ends. He wanted a physical blocker to play with Garrett Graham and Ryan Griffin, both of whom are better receivers than blockers. - The Sports Xchange
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Mark Weisman  (Sr), FB
5-11 242 4.69
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Carl Davis  (rSr), DT
6-5 320 5.06
  Carl Davis heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Ravens' nine picks: Round 3/90 -- Carl Davis, DT, 6-4, 320, Iowa...This is a nice value pick for the Ravens. He has great size-speed ratio and has a nasty streak when properly motivated. - The Sports Xchange
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Austin Blythe  (rSr), C
6-2 298 5.34
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*Shonn Greene  (Jr), RB
5-10 227 4.55
  *Shonn Greene heading into Jr season: 2008: Earned All-America first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report, Football Writers Association of America, Walter Camp, American Football Coaches Association and The Sporting News, becoming Iowa's first consensus All-American running back since Nile Kinnick in 1939...All-Big Ten Conference first-team choice and named the league's Offensive Player of the Year...Recipient of the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's top running back...The Chicago Tribune awarded him with the Silver Football, given to the Most Valuable Player in the Big Ten...Named the team's offensive captain and Offensive MVP...Semi-finalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the nation's top player...Set the school single-season records with 1,850 yards on 307 carries (6.0 avg.) and 20 touchdowns, as he led the conference and ranked second nationally with an average of 142.31 yards per game rushing...Caught eight passes for 49 yards and recorded one solo tackle...Finished second in the Big Ten and 22nd in the nation with 1,899 all-purpose yards, an average of 146.08 yards per game...Turned the ball over twice on fumbles -- one each vs. Florida International and Northwestern...Ran for over 100 yards in a Big Ten Conference single-season record 13 games...In 33 games at Iowa, Greene started 13 contests, as he carried 376 times for 2,228 yards (5.93 avg.) and 22 touchdowns, adding 72 yards on 11 receptions (6.55 avg.), 114 yards on six kickoff returns (19.0 avg.) and six tackles (four solos), as he amassed 2,414 all-purpose yards, an average of 73.15 yards per game...2007: Did not participate with football program in 2007... moved from running back to defensive back during 2006 bowl preparation...2006: 32-205-6.4 1 TD in '06...Listed as second team running back following spring practice...2005: 37-173-4.7 1 TD in '05...one of five true freshmen to see action in 2005...Born 8/21/85...will be a mid-twenties NFL rookie.
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Akrum Wadley  (Sr), RB
5-10 191 4.54
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Jaleel Johnson  (rSr), DT
6-3 316 5.25
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Tony Moeaki  (rSr), TE
6-3 245 4.68
  Tony Moeaki heading into rSr season: 2008: 9 GP; 1 GS; Rec: 12-146-12.2-1; 2 Sol-2 TT; Named to pre-season John Mackey Award Watch List ... did not see action in opening win over Maine due to broken foot suffered in preseason camp ... missed time in multiple games with hamstring and calf ailments, concussions ... saw action in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina, had three receptions for 43 yards. Had another surgery on his broken foot. 2007: 4 GP; 4 GS; Rec: 14-170-12.1-3; 2 Sol-2 TT; Reached career-bests in receptions (8) yards (112) and touchdowns vs. Syracuse, with scoring catches of 52, five and six yards ... broke his wrist and dislocated his elbow in first quarter of Wisconsin contest ... received medical redshirt. 2006: 13 GP; 0 GS; Rec: 11-140-12.7-3; Earned the Next Man In Award, special teams. 2005: 12 GP; 0 GS; Rec: 8-112-14-0.
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Pat Angerer  (rSr), ILB
6-0 235 4.64
  Pat Angerer heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2008: 13 GP; 11 GS; 46 Sol-107 TT, 6.5 TFL, 1 SK, 5 INT, 3 PBU, 3 QBH; Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches … Big Ten defensive Player of the Week vs. Wisconsin (16 tackles, three solo, returned two fourth quarter interceptions 19 yards) … Hustle Team Award, defense … Ranked second in the Big Ten and tied for 28th nationally in interceptions at .38 per game … ranked sixth in the Big Ten with 8.2 tackles per game … led team in tackles. 2007: 4 GP; 0 GS; 0 Sol-1 TT; Mononucleosis and nagging hamstring, groin and shoulder injuries limited his playing time. 2006: 13 GP; 0 GS; 1 Sol-5 TT; Listed as third team weak side linebacker following spring practice. 2005: Redshirted.
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Adrian Clayborn  (rSr), DE
6-3 281 4.78
  Adrian Clayborn heading into rSr season: 2010: Consensus All-American . . . first team All-American by AFCA and Walter Camp . . . third team All-America by Associated Press and Phil Steele's College Football . . . honorable mention All-America by Pro Football Weekly . . . first team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media and Phil Steele's College Football . . . selected to compete in 2011 Senior Bowl . . . one of four finalists for Rotary Lombardi Award . . . one of six finalists for Ted Hendricks Award . . . one of 16 semifinalists for Chuck Bednarik Award . . . Permanent Team Captain, Defense . . . Hayden Fry "Extra Heartbeat" Award . . . named Big Ten defensive Player of the Week for his play in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . honorable mention Defensive Performer of the Week vs. Penn State by College Football Performance Awards...started all 13 games and final 30 games of career at defensive end . . . recorded 19 solo tackles and 33 assists, including seven tackles for loss and 3.5 QB sacks...2009: Most Valuable Player in Iowa's 24-14 win over Georgia Tech in FedEx Orange Bowl first team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . .Started all 13 games at defensive end . . . recorded 36 solo tackles and 34 assists in 13 games, with 20 tackles for loss, 11.5 QB sacks and four forced fumbles . . .2008: Recorded 50 tackles, including 15 solo tackles and 35 assists . . . ranked second on the team with eight tackles for loss . . .2007: Listed as second team defensive end following spring practice . . .2006: Redshirted.
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Ricky Stanzi  (rSr), QB
6-4 223 4.87
  Ricky Stanzi heading into rSr season: 2010: One of five finalists for 2010 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award . . . one of five finalists for Premier Player of the Year Award . . . one of 16 semifinal candidates for 2010 Davey O'Brien Quarterback Award . . . one of 16 semifinal candidates for 2010 Maxwell Award . . . selected to compete in 2011 Senior Bowl . . . named Big Ten Conference offensive Player of the Week for his play in win at Michigan . . . honorable mention quarterback Performer of the Week vs. Ball State, Michigan, Wisconsin and Michigan State by College Football Performance Awards . . . Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player, Offense . . . Permanent Team Captain, Offense . . . Hayden Fry "Extra Heartbeat" Award...Named to preseason Watch Lists for Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, Manning Award and Premier Player of College Football Award . . .started all 13 games at quarterback, completing 221-345 pass attempts for 3,004 yards and 25 touchdowns, with six interceptions . . . season totals rank third in TD passes and total offense (2,998), fourth in yards and completions and sixth in attempts...2009: Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award, Offense . . . Permanent Team Captain . . . Win During the Week Award, Offense . . . honorable mention all-America by Pro Football Weekly . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media . . . one of 15 semi-finalists for 2009 Davey O'Brien Award, honoring the top quarterback in the nation...Started all 11 games in which he played, missing two games due to injury . . . completed 171-304 passes for 2,417 yards and 17 touchdowns, with 15 interceptions . . . did not see action in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State due to injury . . . started at quarterback in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech as offense gained 403 yards total offense . . . completed 17-29 passes for 231 yards and two touchdowns vs. Georgia Tech, with one interception . . .2008: Started 11 games and played in all 13 . . . completed 150-254 pass attempts for 1,956 yards and 14 touchdowns, with nine interceptions . . . ranked fourht in the Big Ten and 40th in the nation in pass efficiency (134.8) . . . seventh in the Big Ten in passing yards per game (150.5) and eighth in total offense (152.0) . . .2007: Listed as co-second team quarterback following spring practice . . . did not see action in opening win over Northern Illinois . . . saw first action of career in win over Syracuse as offense gained 408 yards total . . . did not complete any of four pass attempts, with one interception vs. Syracuse and had one rushing attempt for 13 yards . . .2006: Redshirted.
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George Kittle  (rSr), TE
6-4 247 4.52
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C.J. Beathard  (rSr), QB
6-2 219 4.92
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Ike Boettger  (rSr), OT
6-5 307 5.02
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Marshall Koehn  (rSr), K
6-1 197 4.59
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John Lowdermilk  (Sr), SS
6-1 210 4.65
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Ricky Jean-Francois  (rJr), DT
6-3 295 5.19
  Ricky Jean-Francois heading into rJr season: 2007: 2 GP; 2 GS; 5 Sol-9 TT, 1.5 TFL, 0.5 SK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 BLK; Missed 12 games due to academics… 2006: 12 GP; 1 GS; 10 Sol-27 TT, 5.5 TFL, 3 SK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FR, 1 BLK; Freshman All-SEC (Coaches, Sporting News)… 2005: Redshirted.
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Bradley Fletcher  (rSr), CB
6-0 196 4.44
  Bradley Fletcher heading into rSr season: 2008: Earned All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention...Started all season at left cornerback...Ranked fifth on the team with a career-high 60 tackles (44 solos)...Assisted on a stop behind the line of scrimmage for a 2-yard loss...Caused one fumble, deflected ten passes and intercepted three others, returning one 5 yards...His total of 13 passes defended ranked fifth in the conference and 38th in the nation...Played a major role in the success of his unit, as the Hawkeyes ranked second ion the league and tenth nationally in total defense (291.31 ypg), fled the Big Ten and placed fifth in the NCAA ranks in scoring defense (13.0 ppg) and finished fifth in the country while leading the conference with a 98.32 pass efficiency defense rating...Fletcher started 21 of 46 games at Iowa; 17 at left cornerback and four at right cornerback...Recorded 152 tackles (100 solos) with two stops for losses of 6 yards, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery...Deflected 17 passes and intercepted five others, returning one 5 yards...2007: 11 GP; 4 GS; 30 Sol-52 TT, 0.5 TFL, 2 INT, 3 PBU, 1 FR, 1 FF; Cited for drunken driving after running a stop light in July 2007, pled guilty and attended OWI program and a substance abuse evaluation plus court costs... 2006: 13 GP; 4 GS; 24 Sol-38 TT, 1 TFL, 4 QBH, 1 FF; Listed as second team cornerback following spring practice . . . 2005: 10 GP; 0 GS; 1 Sol-1 TT... 2004: Redshirted.
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Adam Gettis  (rSr), OG
6-2 293 4.90
  Adam Gettis heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Redskins' picks: Round 5/141 -- Adam Gettis, OG, 6-2, 293 Iowa...Gettis started for three years for the Hawkeyes. He'll join LeRibeus in backing up starters Kory Lichtensteiger and Chris Chester. COULD SURPRISE: Fifth-rounder Adam Gettis played in a Mike Shanahan-like zone-blocking scheme at Iowa under former NFL line coach Kirk Ferentz. Gettis could beat out LeRibeus and 2011 rookie Maurice Hurt to become Washington's No. 3 guard. - The Sports Xchange
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Christian Ballard  (Sr), DE
6-4 283 4.73
  Christian Ballard heading into Sr season: 2010: Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . Coaches Appreciation Award, Defense . . . selected to compete in 2011 Senior Bowl. . .started all 13 games at either tackle or end and started 39 straight games over last three seasons . . . started at defensive end in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as defense allowed just 157 yards total offense . . . recorded one solo tackle and one pass break-up in opening win . . . started at defensive end in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri . . . recorded three solo stops in bowl win, including one QB sack...2009: Started all 13 games at defensive tackle and has started 26 straight games over last two seasons . . . totaled 18 solo tackles and 36 assists in 13 games, with nine tackles for loss and 5.5 QB sacks . . . recorded one solo stop and two assists in Orange Bowl win...2008: Recorded 40 tackles on the season, including 14 solo stops and 26 assists . . . started at defensive end in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina as defense allowed just 43 net rushing yards . . . recorded two solo tackles and one caused fumble vs. South Carolina...2007: Did not see action in opening win over Northern Illinois . . . saw first career action in win over Syracuse as defense allowed just 24 rushing yards and 103 yards total offense . . . recorded five tackles at Northwestern, including two solo stops and 2.5 QB sacks.
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Henry Krieger Coble  (rSr), TE
6-3 249 4.91
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Mitch King  (rSr), DT
6-1 280 4.81
  Mitch King heading into rSr season: 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; 25 Sol-58 TT, 14.5 TFL, 4.5 SK, 7 PBU, 5 QBH, 1 FF; 2007 Honors - - Named first team all-Big Ten by league coaches and second team by league media . . . named first team all-Big Ten by Rivals. com . . . Hustle Team Award, defense...2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; 35 Sol-56 TT, 12 TFL, 5.5 SK, 2 PBU, 3 QBH, 1 FR... 2005: 12 GP; 9 GS; 36 Sol-60 TT, 10.5 TFL, 2 SK, 3 PBU, 3 QBH, 3 FF...2004: Redshirted.
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*Amari Spievey  (rJr), CB
5-11 195 4.52
  *Amari Spievey heading into rJr season: 2008: Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media . . . second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's college Football . . . second team Sophomore all-American by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . Coaches Appreciation Award, defense . . . 2008 - - Ranked third onthe team with 68 tackles, including 43 solo tackles and 25 assists . . . also had four pass interceptions and six pass break-ups . . . tied for fifth in the Big Ten in interceptions per game (.31) ...2007 - - Earned junior college all-American honors while playing 2007 season at Iowa Central Community College . . . recorded seven pass interceptions and 242 return yards . . . returned two interceptions for touchdowns and also scored two touchdowns on kickoff returns and recorded four blocked punts . . . helped junior college team post 9-2 overall record and earn No. seven national ranking . . .2006: Redshirted.
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Jeff Tarpinian  (rSr), ILB
6-2 235 4.56
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James Morris  (Sr), ILB
6-1 241 4.67
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Rob Bruggeman  (rSr), C
6-4 293 5.05
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James Ferentz  (Sr), C
6-3 284 5.11
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Christian Kirksey  (Sr), OLB
6-2 233 4.58
  Christian Kirksey heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Browns picks: Round 3/71 - Christian Kirksey, LB, 6-2, 233, Iowa...Kirksey can play inside or outside. He is energetic and will likely see most of his action on special teams. He was a strong-side linebacker with the Hawkeyes and made 104 tackles last season. - The Sports Xchange
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Jordan Lomax  (rSr), FS
5-10 202 4.69
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Donnell Holt  (rSr), ILB
6-0 245 4.85
  Donnell Holt heading into rSr season: 2010: Started all 12 games ... ranked second on the club in tackles (85) … led the team with three forced fumbles and was tied for fourth in the Pac-10 with an average of 0.25 forced fumbles per contest … fourth on the club with 5.5 tackles for loss (-21 yards) and tied for fourth with 2.0 sacks (-13 yards) … added three pass breakups, a quarterback hurry and a fumble recovery. 2009: Started eight of 13 games and contributed 37 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards), three pass breakups and a fumble recovery (gained 16 yards) … team was 7-1 during his eight starts with the only game he started. 2008: Reserve linebacker who played in 12 of 13 games off the bench with 14 tackles and 1.0 tackle for loss (-1 yard). 2007: Redshirted … earned Scout Team Player of the Year honors for defense.
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Mike Daniels  (rSr), DT
6-0 291 4.84
  Mike Daniels heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 4/132 -- Mike Daniels, DT, 6-0, 291, Iowa...Undersized tackle played big for the Hawkeyes, utilizing quickness and tenacity for team highs the last two seasons in tackles for loss (241/2) and sacks (13). Injury history can't be overlooked. - The Sports Xchange
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Jordan Bernstine  (rSr), SS
5-10 210 4.43
  Jordan Bernstine heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Redskins' picks: Round 7/217 -- Jordan Bernstine, SS, 5-11, 205, Iowa...Bernstine, who was credited with 89 tackles last year, has also played cornerback. LaRon Landry, the Redskins' strong safety during the past five seasons, signed with the New York Jets. Free safety Oshiomogho Atogwe was released. Washington signed free agents Madieu Williams, Tanard Jackson and Brandon Meriweather to compete with holdovers Reed Doughty and DeJon Gomes. - The Sports Xchange
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Tyler Nielsen  (rSr), OLB
6-3 238 4.63
  Tyler Nielsen heading into rSr season: 2010: Started all eight games in which he played, recording 22 solo tackles and 20 assists, along with 4.5 tackles for loss, four pass break-ups and one interception . . . Missed end of the season after fracturing a vertebrae in his neck in win over Michigan State. 2009: Coaches Appreciation Award, Special Teams...Saw action in all 13 games, recording seven tackles (four solo). 2008: Played in 13 games . . . 12 tackles (6 solo). 2007: Redshirted.
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Allen Reisner  (Sr), FB
6-2 248 4.90
  Allen Reisner heading into Sr season: 2010: Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches and honorable mention by league media . . . third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . one of eight semifinalists for John Mackey Award . . . honorable mention tight end Performer of the Week vs. Iowa State and Northwestern by College Football Performance Awards . . . Coaches Appreciation Award, Offense . . .Started all 13 games at tight end, recording 42 receptions for 460 yards and two scores . . .2009: Saw action in all 13 games, with three starts . . . collected 14 receptions for 143 yards and one touchdown . . . saw action in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech, but had no statistics as offense gained 403 yards total offense...2008: Listed as third team tight end following spring practice . . . saw action in 46-3 opening win over Maine, recording one pass reception for 24 yards as offense rushed for 245 yards and gained 457 yards total offense . . . saw action in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina, but had no statistics as offense gained 328 yards total offense...2007: Did not see action in first four games of the season . . . saw first action of career in loss to Indiana, recording one pass reception for 25 yards.
18
Julian Vandervelde  (rSr), OG
6-2 301 5.12
  Julian Vandervelde heading into rSr season: 2010: Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media . . . third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele's College Football . . . named to ESPN/CoSIDA District Seven Academic All-America team for third straight year . . . academic all-Big Ten for fourth straight year . . . semifinalist for William V. Campbell Trophy . . . Forest Evashevski Scholastic Achcievement Award ...Win During the Week Award, Offense . . .started at left guard in all 13 games and had 37 career starts . . . started at left guard and played every offensive down in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri...2009: Played in 12 games, with nine starts . . . started eight games at right guard and final game at left guard . . .2008: Listed as co-first team left guard following spring practice . . . saw action at left guard in 46-3 opening win over Maine as offense rushed for 245 yards and gained 457 yards total offense . . . saw action at left guard in 42-0 win over Florida International as offense rushed for 241 yards and gained 512 yards total offense . . . saw action at left guard in 17-5 win over Iowa State . . . started at left guard in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina as offense gained 328 yards total offense...2007 Season: Started at right guard in opening win over Northern Illinois as offense rushed for 250 yards and gained 383 yards total offense . . . started at right guard in home win over Syracuse as offense gained 408 yards total offense in 35-0 win . . . started at right guard and played every offensive down in loss at Iowa State . . .2006: Redshirted.
18
Nathan Bazata  (rSr), DT
6-2 285 4.93
  Nathan Bazata heading into rSr season: .
18
Boone Myers  (rSr), OG
6-5 305 5.28
  Boone Myers heading into rSr season: .
19
Marvin McNutt  (rSr), WR
6-3 216 4.48
  Marvin McNutt heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 6/294 - Marvin McNutt, WR, 6-3, 216, Iowa...McNutt is a big, physical receiver with great hands. Could eventually succeed Jason Avant as the team's slot receiver. - The Sports Xchange
19
Kyle Calloway  (rSr), OT
6-6 323 5.46
  Kyle Calloway heading into rSr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite...2009: Charged with operating a mo-ped while intoxicated in June 2009. 2008: Second team all-Big Ten by league media ... honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches ... started all 13 games at right tackle. 2007: Started 11 games at left tackle and one at right tackle. 2006: Listed as second team left guard following spring practice ... played against Purdue and Montana.


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Ascending Position Rank Descending Position Rank Ascending Name Descending Name Ascending College Descending College Ascending Projection Descending Projection Ascending Height Descending Height Ascending Weight Descending Weight Ascending Fourty Time Descending Fourty Time Ascending Twenty Time Descending Twenty Time Ascending Ten Time Descending Ten Time Ascending Bench Reps Descending Bench Reps Ascending Vert Jump Descending Vert Jump Ascending Broad Jump Descending Broad Jump Ascending Shuttle Time Descending Shuttle Time Ascending Cone Time Descending Cone Time Ascending Test Score Descending Test Score
1
Scherff, Brandon
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-5 319 5.00
1
Sash, *Tyler
SS,(rJr), Proj:
2011 6-0 211 4.61
1
Jewell, Josey
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-1 236 4.78
1
Ross, Brady
FB,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-0 240
2
Reiff, *Riley
OT,(rJr), Proj:
2012 6-6 313 5.16
2
Donahue, Ryan
P,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-2 193 4.90
2
Schulze, Andrew
LS,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-5 256 5.12
3
Bigach, Steve
LS,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-3 275 4.92
3
Bulaga, *Bryan
OT,(Jr), Proj:
2010 6-5 314 5.20
4
Kreiter, Casey
LS,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-2 251 5.03
4
Epenesa, A.J.
DE,(Fr), Proj:
2021 6-4 270
4
Welsh, Sean
C,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-3 290 5.10
4
Rastetter, Colten
P,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-2 205
5
Jackson, Josh
CB,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-1 185 4.50
5
King, Desmond
FS,(Sr), Proj:
2017 5-10 201 4.60
5
Fiedorowicz, C.J.
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-5 265 4.73
6
Davis, Carl
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-5 320 5.06
6
Greene, *Shonn
RB,(Jr), Proj:
2009 5-10 227 4.55
6
Weisman, Mark
FB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 5-11 242 4.69
6
Wadley, Akrum
RB,(Sr), Proj:
2018 5-10 191 4.54
6
Blythe, Austin
C,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-2 298 5.34
7
Johnson, Jaleel
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-3 316 5.25
7
Clayborn, Adrian
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-3 281 4.78
7
Moeaki, Tony
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-3 245 4.68
7
Angerer, Pat
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-0 235 4.64
7
Nelson, Anthony
DE,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-6 250 4.84
8
Stanzi, Ricky
QB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-4 223 4.87
8
Kittle, George
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-4 247 4.52
9
Beathard, C.J.
QB,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-2 219 4.92
9
Boettger, Ike
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-5 307 5.02
9
Koehn, Marshall
K,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-1 197 4.59
10
Lowdermilk, John
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-1 210 4.65
10
Jean-Francois, Ricky
DT,(rJr), Proj:
2009 6-3 295 5.19
11
Krieger Coble, Henry
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-3 249 4.91
11
Ballard, Christian
DE,(Sr), Proj:
2011 6-4 283 4.73
11
Gettis, Adam
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-2 293 4.90
11
Fletcher, Bradley
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-0 196 4.44
11
Stanley, Nathan
QB,(So), Proj:
2020 6-4 212 4.86
12
Tarpinian, Jeff
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-2 235 4.56
12
King, Mitch
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-1 280 4.81
12
Morris, James
ILB,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-1 241 4.67
12
Spievey, *Amari
CB,(rJr), Proj:
2010 5-11 195 4.52
12
Guthrie, Eric
P,(Sr), Proj:
2012 6-6 242
13
Kirksey, Christian
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-2 233 4.58
13
Ferentz, James
C,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-3 284 5.11
13
Bruggeman, Rob
C,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-4 293 5.05
14
Lomax, Jordan
FS,(rSr), Proj:
2016 5-10 202 4.69
14
Meyer, Mike
K,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-2 196 4.92
14
Recinos, Miguel
K,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-0 190
15
Kulick, Drake
FB,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-0 236 4.85
15
Bernstine, Jordan
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2012 5-10 210 4.43
15
Daniels, Mike
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-0 291 4.84
15
Holt, Donnell
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-0 245 4.85
15
Daniels, James
C,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-4 295 5.24
17
Hesse, Parker
DE,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-3 250 4.77
17
Kidd, Dillon
P,(Sr), Proj:
2016 6-1 219 4.86
17
Taylor, Miles
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-0 205 4.59
17
Nielsen, Tyler
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-3 238 4.63
17
Reisner, Allen
FB,(Sr), Proj:
2011 6-2 248 4.90
18
Vandervelde, Julian
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-2 301 5.12
18
Bazata, Nathan
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-2 285 4.93
18
Myers, Boone
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-5 305 5.28
19
McNutt, Marvin
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-3 216 4.48
19
Donnal, Andrew
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-6 313 5.30
19
Calloway, Kyle
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-6 323 5.46
20
Edds, A.J.
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2010 6-4 246 4.62
20
Hunter, Jeremiha
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-0 239 4.65
20
Walsh, Jordan
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-2 311 5.31
21
Trinca-Pasat, Louis
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-1 290 4.94
21
Olsen, Seth
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-5 306 5.23
21
Vandenberg, James
QB,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-3 226 4.83
22
Morse, Brett
FB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-2 239 5.03
22
Greenwood, Brett
FS,(rSr), Proj:
2011 5-11 198 4.67
22
Herman, Brad
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2012 6-4 253 4.81
22
Zusevics, Markus
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-5 303 5.08
23
Ott, Drew
DE,(Sr), Proj:
2016 6-4 273 4.88
23
Snyder, Brandon
FS,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-1 210
23
Prater, Shaun
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2012 5-10 190 4.50
23
Myers, Brandon
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-3 250 4.78
25
Hyde, Micah
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-0 197 4.52
25
Alston, Quinton
ILB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-1 237 4.78
26
Coluzzi, Ron
P,(rSr), Proj:
2017 5-11 195 4.89
27
Waechter, Brett
OT,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-5 290 5.02
28
Klug, Karl
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-3 275 4.85
29
Boffeli, Conor
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-4 298 5.26
29
Doering, Dan
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-6 302 5.12
29
Croston, Cole
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-5 314 5.29
29
Cox, Adam
FB,(Sr), Proj:
2016 5-10 238 4.76
30
Canzeri, Jordan
RB,(rSr), Proj:
2016 5-08 190 4.49
31
Hitchens, Anthony
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-0 240 4.65
31
Eubanks, Rafael
C,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-1 290 5.19
31
Niemann, Ben
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-2 230 4.74
31
Butler, James
RB,(Sr), Proj:
2018 5-09 210 4.58
32
Nelson, Matt
DE,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-7 282 4.97
33
Gervase, Jake
FS,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-1 210
33
Richardson, Dace
OG,(Sr), Proj:
2010 6-5 320 5.62
34
Tobin, Matt
OG,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-6 303 4.90
36
Duzey, Jake
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-3 246 4.78
37
Daniel, Lebron
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-1 245 4.81
38
Daniels Jr., LeShun
RB,(Sr), Proj:
2017 5-11 222 4.57
38
Miller, Tanner
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-1 211 4.59
40
Fisher, Cole
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-2 235 4.83
40
Scheel, Jay
WR,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-1 195 4.57
41
Mends, Aaron
OLB,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-0 212 4.67
43
Wiegers, Tyler
QB,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-3 225 4.87
43
Plewa, Macon
FB,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-1 250 4.83
45
Meier, Nate
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2016 6-1 249 4.91
46
Hamilton, Ray
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-4 262 5.09
47
Smith, Jerminic
WR,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-1 187 4.49
48
Binns, Broderick
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-0 258 4.69
50
Mabin, Greg
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-1 200 4.54
51
MacMillan, Nolan
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-6 305 5.03
53
Hardy, Mike
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-4 290 4.93
53
VandeBerg, Matt
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-1 185 4.54
55
Gaul, Tommy
C,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-3 288 5.21
55
Kroul, Matt
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-3 280 5.02
58
Van Sloten, Brett
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-5 301 5.23
58
Davis, Keenan
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-2 218 4.63
58
Johnson-Koulianos, Derrell
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-0 204 4.52
60
McLaughlin, Jordan
FB,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-0 230
61
Okoro, Kenny
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-0 195 4.58
61
McCarron, Riley
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2017 5-09 188 4.41
63
Render, Keegan
OG,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-4 308 5.28
64
Hamm, Je'Ron
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-3 236 4.65
65
Smith, Tevaun
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2016 6-0 205 4.41
73
Bridget, Courtney
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-3 188 4.58
74
Gaglione, Joe
DE,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-4 268 4.83
77
Bower, Bo
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-1 235
79
Stross, Trey
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-2 200 4.60
80
Rice, Jr., Jerry
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2014 5-10 185 4.68
88
Hulett, Jake
DT,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-3 285
101
Draper, Sean
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2016 5-11 191 4.59
102
Johnson, Troy
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-1 235 5.02
104
Lowery, B.J.
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2014 5-10 192 4.75
106
Martin-Manley, Kevonte
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-0 198 4.58
106
Ekakitie, Faith
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-1 304 5.24
107
Bullock, Damon
RB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 5-11 201 4.58
108
Castillo, Greg
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2013 5-10 186 4.69
127
Gair, Anthony
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2017 6-1 212 4.73
136
Powell, Damond
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2015 5-10 178 4.53
143
Aeschliman, Wesley
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-8 318
145
Brodell, Andy
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-3 205 4.53
147
Shumpert, Don
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-1 198 4.47
150
Gardner, Drew
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2009 5-10 186
161
Parker, Jonathan
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2018 5-08 188 4.48
206
Hillyer, Jacob
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2016 6-3 211 4.81
209
Cotton, Jordan
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-0 201 4.49
256
Stone, Andrew
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2016 5-10 173 4.54
999
Paulsen, Landan
OT,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-5 305 5.06
999
Jansen, Garret
DE,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-2 270 5.00
999
Paulsen, Levi
OG,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-5 305 5.08
999
Newborg, Jake
OG,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-3 290 5.03
999
Reynolds, Ross
OG,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-3 300
999
Wisnieski, Jon
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2018 6-5 250 4.87
999
Brincks, Sam
DE,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-4 270
999
LeGrand, Lucas
OT,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-5 290 5.05
999
Nardo, Thomas
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-2 283
999
Quarells, Matt
WR,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-0 195
999
Reiff, Brady
DE,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-3 250 4.66
999
Sobotka, Jacob
OLB,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-2 235
999
Hockaday, Jack
OLB,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-1 228 4.64
999
Ward, Kevin
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2018 6-1 205
999
Grimm, Eric
SS,(rJr), Proj:
2019 6-2 205
999
Boyle, Ryan
WR,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-1 208 4.74
999
Ferguson, Dalton
OG,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-4 310
999
Cook, Drew
QB,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-4 220 4.84
999
Falconer, Adrian
WR,(Jr), Proj:
2019 6-1 190 4.51
999
Rugamba, Manny
CB,(So), Proj:
2020 5-11 172
999
Garbutt, Angelo
ILB,(rSo), Proj:
2020 6-1 230
999
Duncan, Keith
K,(So), Proj:
2020 5-10 165

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