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2007 Senior Bowl rosters

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  1. jobberone

    jobberone Right turn Clyde Staff Member

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    Here is the roster for the 2007 Senior Bowl playing tomorrow, Saturday January 27th.

    http://www.seniorbowl.com/2007/rosters.htm

    The 2007 Under Armour Senior Bowl is scheduled for Saturday, January 27, 2007, in Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
    Kickoff is 3 PM and the contest will be nationally-televised
    by NFL Network
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    Alphabetical Rosters: North [IMG] | South [IMG] Numerical Rosters: North [IMG] | South [IMG]
    2007 Under Armour Senior Bowl South Team Alphabetical Roster

    Coaching Staff: San Francisco 49ers

    2 Chansi Stuckey WR 5-10 181 Clemson
    3 A.J. Davis DB 5-10 186 N.C. State
    3 Chris Davis WR 6-0 185 Florida State
    4 David Irons DB 5-10 188 Auburn
    4 Kevin Kolb QB 6-3 228 Houston
    5 Jordan Palmer QB 6-5 229 UTEP
    7 Buster Davis LB 5-10 244 Florida State
    12 Nick Folk K 6-2 212 Arizona
    12 Chris Leak QB 6-0 210 Florida
    17 Kevin Payne DB 6-0 215 Louisiana-Monroe
    19 Brandon Meriweather DB 6-0 190 Miami
    21 Johnnie Lee Higgins WR 6-0 184 UTEP
    23 Kenny Irons RB 5-11 195 Auburn
    25 Michael Coe DB 6-1 190 Alabama State
    27 Michael Griffin DB 6-1 205 Texas
    28 Lorenzo Booker RB 5-10 191 Florida State
    29 Jonathan Wade DB 6-0 190 Tennessee
    30 Earl Everett LB 6-2 227 Florida
    31 Aaron Ross DB 6-0 191 Texas
    33 Rufus Alexander LB 5-11 230 Oklahoma
    33 Le’Ron McClain RB 6-0 258 Alabama
    34 Ken Darby RB 5-11 213 Alabama
    37 Daniel Sepulveda P 6-2 223 Baylor
    42 Juwan Simpson LB 6-3 228 Alabama
    43 Tony Taylor LB 6-0 234 Georgia
    49 Patrick Willis LB 6-2 230 Ole Miss
    51 Mansfield Wrotto OL 6-3 315 Georgia Tech
    61 Brett Goode DS 6-1 235 Arkansas
    62 Dustin Fry OL 6-3 324 Clemson
    63 Justin Blalock OL 6-4 332 Texas
    64 Leroy Harris OL 6-3 296 N.C. State
    66 Tony Ugoh OL 6-5 305 Arkansas
    67 Ryan Kalil OL 6-3 285 USC
    69 Ben Grubbs OL 6-3 302 Auburn
    72 Tank Tyler DL 6-2 310 N.C. State
    73 Joe Staley OL 6-6 300 Central Michigan
    76 Tim Duckworth OL 6-5 312 Auburn
    78 Arron Sears OL 6-4 330 Tennessee
    80 Dwayne Bowe WR 6-1 201 LSU
    80 Tim Crowder DE 6-4 270 Texas
    85 Dallas Baker WR 6-3 205 Florida
    86 Courtney Taylor WR 6-2 200 Auburn
    87 Martrez Milner TE 6-4 252 Georgia
    89 Joe Newton TE 6-7 251 Oregon State
    90 Antonio Johnson DL 6-3 303 Mississippi State
    92 Chase Pittman DE 6-4 263 LSU
    93 Ryan McBean DL 6-5 285 Oklahoma State
    94 Quentin Moses DE 6-6 250 Georgia
    95 Ray McDonald DE 6-3 276 Florida
    99 Kareem Brown DL 6-5 305 Miami

    2007 Under Armour Senior Bowl North Team Alphabetical Roster

    Coaching Staff: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    1 Paul Williams WR 6-2 210 Fresno State
    2 Aundrae Allison WR 6-0 188 East Carolina
    3 Tyler Palko QB 6-2 222 Pittsburgh
    4 Josh Wilson DB 5-9 184 Maryland
    5 Drew Stanton QB 6-3 235 Michigan State
    5 Rhema McKnight WR 6-1 212 Notre Dame
    6 Prescott Burgess LB 6-3 245 Michigan
    7 Brandon Myles WR 6-1 190 West Virginia
    8 David Clowney WR 6-1 185 Virginia Tech
    10 Troy Smith QB 6-1 215 Ohio State
    13 Daymeion Hughes DB 5-11 185 California
    16 Mason Crosby K 6-1 213 Colorado
    17 Marcus McCauley DB 6-1 199 Fresno State
    22 Josh Gattis DB 6-1 213 Wake Forest
    23 Brian Leonard RB 6-1 238 Rutgers
    26 Tony Hunt RB 6-1 220 Penn State
    28 Tanard Jackson DB 6-0 189 Syracuse
    29 Leon Hall DB 5-11 195 Michigan
    30 Aaron Rouse DB 6-4 213 Virginia Tech
    31 Paul Posluszny LB 6-2 230 Penn State
    32 Eric Weddle DB 5-11 201 Utah
    33 Kolby Smith RB 6-0 215 Louisville
    35 Thomas Clayton RB 5-10 220 Kansas State
    36 Adam Podlesh P 5-11 205 Maryland
    43 Boo McLee LB 6-0 251 West Virginia
    44 Jay Moore DE 6-4 275 Nebraska
    45 David Harris LB 6-2 239 Michigan
    49 Anthony Spencer DE/OLB 6-3 262 Purdue
    50 Doug Datish OL 6-4 291 Ohio State
    51 H.B. Blades LB 5-11 241 Pittsburgh
    52 Brandon Mebane DL 6-1 300 California
    53 Stewart Bradley LB 6-3 245 Nebraska
    56 LaMarr Woodley DE 6-1 269 Michigan
    61 Nicholas Leeson DS 6-2 250 Virginia Tech
    63 Manuel Ramirez OL 6-4 329 Texas Tech
    64 Samson Satele OL 6-2 294 Hawaii
    67 Levi Brown OL 6-5 325 Penn State
    68 Ryan Harris OL 6-5 295 Notre Dame
    72 James Marten OL 6-5 305 Boston College
    73 Marshal Yanda OL 6-4 295 Iowa
    75 Josh Beekman OL 6-2 314 Boston College
    76 Dan Mozes OL 6-3 287 West Virginia
    80 Jason Hill WR 6-0 210 Washington State
    81 Ben Patrick TE 6-4 270 Delaware
    87 Scott Chandler TE 6-7 258 Iowa
    90 Quinn Pitcock DL 6-3 300 Ohio State
    91 Amobi Okoye DL 6-2 312 Louisville
    92 Adam Carriker DE 6-6 290 Nebraska
    95 Victor Abiamiri DE 6-4 268 Notre Dame
    97 David Patterson DL 6-3 285 Ohio State

    Sorry for the lack of columns. I'm trying to get that corrected.

    PS: I had to do it manually. Hope this is not a repost. I would like to hear about the rosters. I don't follow the players coming out anymore. All I get is from my youngest son who is going to replace Mel. No bragging. That kid is a walking encyclopedia about these players. Not sure to worry or be thankful.
  2. Smith22

    Smith22 Well-Known Member

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    Players I will be most interested in watching:

    South Team
    4 David Irons DB 5-10 188 Auburn (seems like a gamer)
    19 Brandon Meriweather DB 6-0 190 Miami (character concerns, size)
    21 Johnnie Lee Higgins WR 6-0 184 UTEP
    25 Michael Coe DB 6-1 190 Alabama State (moving up, athletic)
    27 Michael Griffin DB 6-1 205 Texas
    28 Lorenzo Booker RB 5-10 191 Florida State (solid hands, at least a 3rd down back)
    29 Jonathan Wade DB 6-0 190 Tennessee (looked good in practice)
    30 Earl Everett LB 6-2 227 Florida
    31 Aaron Ross DB 6-0 191 Texas (one year wonder?)
    49 Patrick Willis LB 6-2 230 Ole Miss
    51 Mansfield Wrotto OL 6-3 315 Georgia Tech
    63 Justin Blalock OL 6-4 332 Texas (most likely a guard, not OT)
    66 Tony Ugoh OL 6-5 305 Arkansas (needs another year or so)
    69 Ben Grubbs OL 6-3 302 Auburn
    72 Tank Tyler DL 6-2 310 N.C. State
    73 Joe Staley OL 6-6 300 Central Michigan
    76 Tim Duckworth OL 6-5 312 Auburn
    78 Arron Sears OL 6-4 330 Tennessee (OG, late 1st round/ 2nd round pick)
    80 Dwayne Bowe WR 6-1 201 LSU (hands seem a little questionable)
    80 Tim Crowder DE 6-4 270 Texas
    90 Antonio Johnson DL 6-3 303 Mississippi State (good in practice this week)
    93 Ryan McBean DL 6-5 285 Oklahoma State (on the move)
    94 Quentin Moses DE 6-6 250 Georgia (linebacker, lack of heart?)
    95 Ray McDonald DE 6-3 276 Florida

    North Team
    1 Paul Williams WR 6-2 210 Fresno State (good speed, hands)
    2 Aundrae Allison WR 6-0 188 East Carolina
    4 Josh Wilson DB 5-9 184 Maryland (top speed, had 1 bad day of practice)
    5 Drew Stanton QB 6-3 235 Michigan State (seems to be doing well)
    6 Prescott Burgess LB 6-3 245 Michigan
    7 Brandon Myles WR 6-1 190 West Virginia (later riser, solid practice week)
    13 Daymeion Hughes DB 5-11 185 California (above McCauley now, bad back this week, might not be playing)
    17 Marcus McCauley DB 6-1 199 Fresno State (needs a good game, lost in zone coverage)
    23 Brian Leonard FB 6-1 238 Rutgers (good weapon, solid hands)
    29 Leon Hall DB 5-11 195 Michigan (lack of speed hurts him)
    30 Aaron Rouse DB 6-4 213 Virginia Tech (seemed to cover well this week, some questions about his coverage skills)
    32 Eric Weddle DB 5-11 201 Utah (safety for sure IMO, not a CB, looks to be a good special teams player)
    45 David Harris LB 6-2 239 Michigan
    49 Anthony Spencer DE/OLB 6-3 262 Purdue (OLB? pass rusher we need?)
    52 Brandon Mebane DL 6-1 300 California (gets a solid push up the gut)
    63 Manuel Ramirez OL 6-4 329 Texas Tech (big and strong, not so agile)
    67 Levi Brown OL 6-5 325 Penn State (stock went up this week, has done well)
    73 Marshal Yanda OL 6-4 295 Iowa
    75 Josh Beekman OL 6-2 314 Boston College
    80 Jason Hill WR 6-0 210 Washington State
    81 Ben Patrick TE 6-4 270 Delaware (late addition, looks the role)
    90 Quinn Pitcock DL 6-3 300 Ohio State
    91 Amobi Okoye DL 6-2 312 Louisville (young, very quick, weighed in at 287)
    92 Adam Carriker DE 6-6 290 Nebraska (been a monster all week, 3-4 DE??)
    95 Victor Abiamiri DE 6-4 268 Notre Dame (another OLB possibility)
  3. Biggems

    Biggems White and Nerdy

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    Ross hasn't been a 1 year wonder by any means. He has just not been a full time defensive starter his entire career. When he moved in as the full-time starter he has been a very good player.

    He has always been a very nice punt returner too.

    We passed on Nathan Vasher a few years ago..............we better not pass on Ross this year.
  4. locked&loaded

    locked&loaded its redskin season

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    only on nfl network ?

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