I think I've found the next FS for Dallas
I'm looking at safeties that will complement Roy Williams talents, you know more of the speedy ballhawk instead of the run stuffing Safety.
Here are two great candidates.
Official Bio College: Texas Height: 6-1
Position: Safety Weight: 200
Class: Junior 40-Yard: 4.45
Strengths: Great size and solid build...Excellent athletic ability...Good speed...Physical and aggressive...Has a nose for the ball...Versatile and has played both cornerback and safety well for the Longhorns...Playmaker with a knack for taking interceptions to the house.
Weaknesses: Has been shuffled around and hasn't been able to concentrate on just one position...Needs to refine his technique...Gambles a little too much in an effort to make the big play.
Notes: Follows in the footsteps of Bryant Westbrook, Quentin Jammer and Nathan Vasher as top Texas defensive backs...Intriguing player who will be a top prospect at either corner or safety when he comes out.
Official Bio College: Nebraska Height: 6-0
Position: Safety Weight: 205
Class: Junior 40-Yard: 4.55
Strengths: Very productive...Has a nose for the ball...Excels in coverage...Good athlete...Very smart...A ballhawk and a playmaker.
Weaknesses: Only average versus the run...Will take too many risks in an effort to make the big play...Solid speed, but not special.
Notes: Has a twin brother Daniel who also starts in the Cornhusker secondary...The type of safety who will be a staple of the highlight shows because of his knack for making the big play.
I think Michael Huff (ranked 65th out of 100)gets the edge because of his speed. But Bullocks (ranked 83rd out of 100)would do well next to Roy, too!
Last edited by nathanlt : 11-26-2004 at 04:48 PM.