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NFP Texas vs. The Nation Wrap Up

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  1. joeydolfan

    joeydolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/2009/02/texas-vs-the-nation-wrap-up/


    Some interesting notes on other players as well.
     
  2. Nappy Roots

    Nappy Roots Well-Known Member

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    That is a true Nose right there. Controls the blockers, first step, and can move up and down the line.
     
  3. joeydolfan

    joeydolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    I noticed the notes on him but have not seen any game tape. Hell, I was beginning to wonder if Temple even still fielded a football team. :lol:

    Good sized for a NT, maybe a late round flier like on of our 3 7th rounders.
     
  4. NJFINSFAN1

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    I watched the game, Frantz Joseph was a one man wrecking crew.
     
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  5. ckparrothead

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    Seems to be the consensus that either Frantz Joseph or Chris Owens was the most talented player there. At least from what I've seen.
     
  6. joeydolfan

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    You would have to think Franz Joseph is at least on our drafting board with the lack of depth in this years draft at the Mike position.
     
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    Frantz struggles a bit with trash at his feet but I still like him.
     
  8. ckparrothead

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    Any 6'2" and 240+ pound ILB will be on radar, likely. What I like about Kaluka Maiava is that size or no size he doesn't seem to have any trouble with bodies.
     
  9. MrClean

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    I like him too. He is listed at 6' and 230 and it is conceivable he could pack on 10 lbs of muscle. James Harrison is listed as only 6' and 242 lbs, though he seems much heavier to me.
     
  10. padre31

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    James Chaney from MSU on paper looks like a good prospect.
     
  11. Silverphin

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    I hope we land Frantz Joseph. But then again, he's a friend of mine, so....
     
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    You watch Harrison and then read his listed stature on paper and go "really? Six feet??? No way." He plays so much bigger.
     
  14. PerfectTeam

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    Yea that guy has some of the thickest legs. I fully was expecting to read he was about Porter's height and weight but very shocked to find him 3in shorter and 15-20pds lighter.
     
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    Hmm..sort of puts a different light on what C Wake could do for us.

    And 240? He looked like Levon Kirkland and he played at 260+
     
  16. alen1

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    Not really. He's still going to be a stand-up rusher.
     
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    Definitely. And he plays like a madman.
     

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