***Dallas Cowboys 2013 Nfl Draft Picks and Undrafted Free Agents***

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  1. BrAinPaiNt

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    :starspinDALLAS COWBOYS 2013 DRAFT PICKS:starspin

    ROUND 1

    :starspin Round 1, Pick 18 (18) - Traded to 49ers for pick 31 and 74

    Round 1, Pick 31(31) C/OG Travis Frederick Wisconsin


    STRENGTHS Thick-bodied interior lineman with experience at guard and center. Possesses upper body strength to turn his man out of the hole, help one guard in pass pro with one hand. Gets his hands up quickly after the snap, keeps them inside. Also moves his feet well to get angles, combo from tackle to linebacker. Churns his legs as a drive-blocker, gets movement. Anchor is strong, does not get bulled backwards when man-up and late blitzers bounce off his chest. Works hard to sustain and finish one-on-one blocks. Regularly used on the move whether at guard or center, fits on blocks well whether stepping up to the second level or outside the hashes. Shotgun snaps are reliable with good velocity.

    WEAKNESSES Girth in the middle takes away some quickness behind the line, takes time to get around the tackle and gets tripped up in traffic when on the move. Gets out-quicked by interior blitzers and occasionally stops his feet in pass protection. Can lose his balance when leaning into his man, though he recovers well enough to get back in the play.


    BOTTOM LINE The Badgers’ streak of providing the NFL with top interior line prospects should continue with Frederick because he uses his toughness and thick body, in addition to excellent technique and flashes of foot quickness, to move defenders whether at guard or center –where he played during the 2012 season and probable NFL spot. A top-75 selection is likely.


    With Kevin Zeitler and Peter Konz gone to the NFL, Frederick is the lone returning member of the Badgers interior offensive line in 2012. And Frederick, who will move from left guard to center as a junior this season, could end up being the best of the three.
    Despite being only a two-star recruit out of Big Foot high school in Wisconsin, he impressed the Badgers' coaching staff during a summer camp and earned a scholarship offer.

    Frederick became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start the season opener in school history, starting four games (two at center, two at left guard) in 2009.

    After redshirting in 2010, he started 13 games as a sophomore last season, 11 games at left guard before moving inside to center for the final two contests, earning Second Team All-Big Ten honors.

    POSITIVES: Top-notch football IQ and overall intelligence to recognize what the defense is doing and adjust the offensive line accordingly. Has bulked up and added bulk to his frame, carrying his weight well for a 335-plus pounder. Mobile enough to get to the second level and block in space. Thick upper body with the base strength to anchor off the snap and hold his ground.
    Works hard with his technique and doesn't make many mistakes. Fights with a finishing attitude and understands different scenarios, keeping his head on a swivel. Better foot quickness and agility for a blocker with his size.

    Comes from a program known for producing NFL-quality offensive linemen and has starting experience at both guard and center. High character individual and very coachable.

    NEGATIVES: Lacks elite athleticism and has some stiffness in his hips. Needs to keep his weight in check to stay mobile. Susceptible to explosive interior linemen off the snap and needs to set up quicker to gain position and block off-balance.

    COMPARES TO: John Moffitt, OL, Seattle Seahawks - Like Moffitt, Frederick lined up at both guard and center over his Wisconsin career, flashing the same sound technique and powerful base.

    --Dane Brugler



    Jason and Jerry calling Travis

    Travis talking to 105 The fan...Says he thought he was a 2nd round pick

    ROUND 2

    :starspin Round 2, Pick 15 (47) TE Gavin Escobar San Diego St


    STRENGTHS Excellent hands catcher, very natural. Locates ball over shoulder very easily, picks the target out of the air effortlessly. Runs the seam like a wideout, long strides and eats up ground. Frequently beat defensive backs vertically, especially when they anticipated the route to be broken off. Absorbs contact even when catching away from body. Can sustain a run block if he gets inside hand position and latch. Frequently used in motion before the snap. Occasionally slow plays first few steps to get defensive back flat footed.
    WEAKNESSES Does not absorb or run through contact as well during routes as he does at the catch point. A straight-line mover after the catch, very little wiggle or straight-up tackle breaking. Not a blocker, either plays too close to his body or lunges from a distance. Soft and tentative on first contact. Was held out of the full-time starting role in 2011 because of it. Leads with elbows or shoulders when blocking.

    NFL COMPARISON Jacob Tamme

    BOTTOM LINE As a receiving target, Escobar is exactly what NFL teams are looking for. His fluidity and downfield comfort is effortless, as is Escobar's near refusal to body catch. However, the same issue that kept Escobar out of a full-time role in 2011 could limit his snaps in the NFL: inconsistent blocking. Still, Escobar is a talented receiving option that teams will use around the offensive formation.


    Gavin gets the call from Jerry and Jason
    Conference Call

    ROUND 3

    :starspin Round 3, Pick 12 (74) WR Terrance Williams Baylor

    STRENGTHS Tall vertical and red zone target who can go up and get the ball. Eats up space quickly against soft coverage. Shakes his man off the line and has enough speed to get a step down the sideline. Is a sideline threat with quick feet for his size and body control in the air, making his stop, fade, and comeback routes more effective. Tracks the ball and adjusts to it in the air, and shows the ability to stop and turn for the back-shoulder fade. Adjusts his route to make himself available to his scrambling quarterback, going deep or crossing into an opening. Willing, strong, and physical blocker on bubble screens and in the run game, throwing his body into defenders and sticking with blocks. His blocking was a big key to Baylor’s perimeter run game.

    WEAKNESSES Pure outside receiver. Does not run a variety routes in Baylor’s offense. Routes are not always completed if he is not primary target. Inconsistent making his man miss after the catch, has some short-area quickness but better tacklers wraps up his long legs quickly. Tracks the ball well, but lets it get into his body and isn’t a natural hands catcher.

    NFL COMPARISON Torrey Smith

    BOTTOM LINE Without Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III throwing him the ball in 2012, Williams used his size, quick feet, speed to be a playmaker for the Bears. He had 957 receiving yards, 11 TD as a junior in 2011, and led the entire country in receiving yards his senior year. It might take time for him to learn a full route tree in the NFL, but he’s a big, fast receiver with great body control who is also a willing and able blocker.

    Exciting size, speed on the perimeter. Ranks among draft's best vertical threats. Led nation with 1,832 receiving yards in 2012.

    Tracks the ball well downfield and can gain a step with an extra gear to be a legitimate vertical threat. Good focus and reach. Not a burner but catches the ball in stride and has the flexibility to make tough catches.


    Terrance gets the call from the Cowboys
    Conference call

    :starspin Round 3, Pick 18 (80) DB J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern

    A handful of prospects switch positions during their career. An even smaller number change positions twice. Finally, a very small minority flips sides of the field, switching from offense to defense. Wilcox is one of these prospects, and that transition didn;t take place until his senior year. Moving from receiver to slotback to safety takes a special kind of athlete, but Wilcox's physical attitude stands out as the reason for the seamless move.

    Wilcox started four of eight games in 2009, missing three due to an injury. He caught 16 passes for 179 yards that season. As a sophomore, Wilcox moved from receiver to slotback and rushed for 484 yards and six touchdowns on 85 carries. He used the same receiving skills to catch 22 passes for a whopping 551 yards and three touchdowns. That season he started 14 of 15 games. As a junior in 2011, Wilcox started eight of 13 games and recorded 480 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on 52 carries. He only lost a single yard on a carry all season. Wilcox added seven catches for 168 yards and a touchdown. FInally, after transitioning to safety, Wilcox started 13 of 14 games and made 88 total tackles and three pass breakups. Wilcox also returned kicks for Georgia Southern, taking 31 attempts for 780 yards and one score.

    WR convert with only one year of experience at safety, but impressed against top talent at the Senior Bowl. High upside.

    Athletic frame with a thick lower half. Good lateral agility. Surprisingly adept as an open field tackler. Attacks the line of scrimmage when he reads run but while fast to the action, breaks down pretty well. -- Rob Rang


    JJ gets the call from the Cowboys
    Conference Call

    ROUND 4

    :starspin Round 4, Pick 17 (114)DB B W Webb William & Mary

    Webb’s debut for the Tribe was about as successful as one could ever expect. He intercepted three passes, returning one 50 yards for a score, in a surprising 26-14 win at ACC school Virginia in the 2009 season opener. He was the first player from the Football Championship Subdivision to win the national Bronco Nagurski Defensive Player of the Week award for his play.

    In that redshirt freshman season, Webb ranked second in the FCS with eight interceptions, posting three in the Tribe’s semi-final playoff run. He was named the Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Freshman of the Year, second-team all-conference at cornerback and third team as a punt returner (245 yards on 30 returns). Even though he had only one interception the following year, along with 42 tackles and five pass breakups, coaches voted him first-team All-CAA (second team returner with 19-187, TD). And he repeated that honor in 2011 after posting 40 tackles, three for loss, and two more picks. He once again earned first-team All-CAA honors at corner with 46 tackles and eight passes defense as well as being named the CAA co-Special Teams player of the year with 11-123 and a touchdown returning punts.


    STRENGTHS Wiry strong corner with a tenacious attitude. Aware zone corner, keeps his eyes in the backfield and reacts quickly to throws in his area. Athleticism jumps off the tape. Excellent ball skills. Displays the strong hands for interception. Impressive vertical jump to play the ball in the air and high-point passes. Has foot quickness to stay with his man after a cut. Explosive closing burst and click-and-close ability. Excellent recovery speed. Good length to wrap up receivers after the catch on quick screens. Willing tackler in the open field.
    WEAKNESSES Average height for the position, and is thin in the hips. Plays a lot of zone and off coverage, lacks experience in backpedal. Seemingly does very little pattern-reading; focuses on the backfield and gets caught ball watching. Press coverage needs a lot of work – doesn’t shoot his hands and gets on his heels quickly. Also must show scouts he can find the ball in man coverage. Has played most of his games against a lower level of competition. Doesn’t like to fight through blocks and screens.


    BOTTOM LINE Webb has been a star since picking off Virginia three times in the Tribe’s 2009 opening-weekend shocker. The four-year starter has the hands and cover skills (if average size) to be one of the top “small school” prospects in the draft. He projects as at least a reliable nickel back on defense and a regular contributor on special teams -– and possibly more (he has the athleticism and cover skills to play outside), much like recent third-round picks from smaller schools Dwight Bentley (Louisiana-Lafayette) and Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State). After showing he can hold his own at the Senior Bowl, and if he performs well at the combine, his stock could skyrocket to the third round or higher.

    Started every game of his career with 11 career INTs. Lack of size and strength shows, but has NFL fluidity and skills.

    Fast in pursuit, closing with burst and a finishing mentality. Competitive in run support and won't shy from contact. Good football awareness and body position in coverage, showing a natural feel for his surroundings.


    BW gets the call from Jerry and Jason
    BW conference call

    ROUND 5

    :starspin Round 5, Pick 18 (151)RB Joseph Randle Oklahoma St

    The Cowboys had two first-round picks in quarterback Brandon Weeden (picked by the Cleveland Browns with the 22nd overall selection) and wide receiver Justin Blackmon (Jacksonville, No. 5 overall) last fall, but Randle was an equal part of the trio that won the inaugural Pony Express Award (created by the famed SMU running back duo of the 1980s, Eric Dickerson and Craig James) as the most productive teammates in college football. Randle doesn’t have the explosiveness in his game right now to be picked as early as his former teammates, but another big season leading the Cowboys offense using his growing strength and shifty hips –- without Weeden and Blackmon taking most of the pressure –- ensured scouts his production wasn’t simply a byproduct of the system and others’ talent.

    The presence of Kendall Hunter limited Randle’s carries in 2010, but the true freshman had at least one tote in all 13 games (82 total for 452 yards and two touchdowns) and caught 37 passes for 427 yards on the year. He stepped into Hunter’s shoes admirably as a sophomore, earning second-team All-Big 12 honors with 1,216 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns in spite of Oklahoma State’s passing preference; he did not have 20 or more carries in any game after the first month of the season. His 152 yards and four touchdowns helped OSU beat Robert Griffin III and Baylor and he covered 151 yards in the team’s beat-down of the rival Oklahoma Sooners. Despite the team's rotation at the quarterback position, Randle remained the constant figure in the Cowboys' offense in 2012. He rushed for 1,417 yards and 14 touchdowns on 274 carries. He added 224 receiving yards on 28 receptions.


    STRENGTHS Productive back in the running and passing game. Possesses enough straight-line speed to eat up yardage when open lanes present themselves. Shows once wiggle in his game once past the line, gets would-be tacklers to lean the wrong way. Seems to fall forward a lot, and is adding weight to his frame each season to get stronger. Attacks targets as a blocker for bubble screens and two-back sets, also flashes the form and willingness to be an effective pass protector. Solid receiver on screens and over the middle; good hands to rein in wayward passes and his shifty hips make him elusive after the catch. Solid ball security, did not fumble in 251 touches in 2011.
    WEAKNESSES Taller back who will run a bit upright at times coming through the line or in the open field. Receiver-like build makes pushing the pile a chore. One-speed back without an elite burst, second gear or great acceleration in the open field. Must learn to explode from cuts using improving strength in his lower half. Struggles to anchor against larger defenders in pass protection, and will duck his head and dive at them instead of staying upright.

    NFL COMPARISON Fred Jackson

    BOTTOM LINE Part of Oklahoma State’s Pony Express Award-winning trio on offense in 2011 (1,216 rushing yards, 24 touchdowns), Randle brings power and a bit of wiggle to the field. In 2012 he added an explosive, more powerful element to his game, something that had been missed in previous seasons. He could challenge for the top running back spot.

    Although he was overshadowed during the 2011 season playing with Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon, Randle stepped out of their shadow in 2012 and led the Big 12 conference in rushing with 1,417 yards on 274 carries (5.2) and 14 touchdowns, averaging 109 yards per game. He was also active as a receiver, adding 28 catches for 224 yards. Randle, who leaves Stillwater with 3,085 career rushing yards, was a unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection this past season.
    Randle has a lean torso and narrow frame but has done a nice job in the weight room and adding pounds to his frame. He has good speed to burst through the hole and stay upright through contact -- many of his yards came after the initial hit when he lowered his pads and fell forward. Randle has an upright running style, but he accelerates quickly and is productive as both a rusher and receiver.

    Strengths: Very good speed and acceleration, not easy to catch from behind. Lowers his pads and tries to run over defenders, generating power from his fast momentum and running with purpose. Very good balance to bounce off defenders and pick up a lot of yards after contact, finishing each carry. Strong plant foot and lateral burst to accelerate quickly with springs in his legs. Looks to lower his pads and deliver hits with deceiving power and pop at the point of attack.
    Leaner frame but cut with good muscle definition and has really dedicated himself in the weight room. Intense competitor and hard worker on and off the field. Finds the crease and gets north/south in a hurry. Very tough in pass protection to pick up the blitz and give up his body. Vocal leader and confident. Reliable receiver with 108 career receptions. Amassed 3,085 rushing yards the past three seasons with 43 total touchdowns.

    Weaknesses: Leaner than ideal frame. Runs too upright at times and needs to show consistent pad level. Vision has improved but still has room to improve in this area, missing the run lanes at times. Run instincts are good, but still developing. Needs to improve his ball security to cut down the fumbles and keep his emotions in check.


    Randle gets the call from JJ and Jason...That's what I'm talking about, Let's play some football!
    Randle Conference Call

    ROUND 6

    :starspin Round 6, Pick 17 (185)OLB Devonte Holloman S Carolina

    Holloman made the transition from strong safety to “Spur," a hybrid safety/linebacker position, for his senior year after it was held by Antonio Allen (who was drafted by the New York Jets in the seventh round last April) the past three seasons. His growing frame, agility in coverage, and hard-hitting attitude made him a natural fit for this position.

    He was considered one of the top high school players in North Carolina before moving to South Carolina for his senior season, and didn’t disappoint there, leading South Point High School to a state title. He got onto the field immediately as a true freshman, playing in 13 games (two starts at strong safety, 30 tackles, interception), and then became a regular starter in 2010 (10 starts in 14 games played, 69 tackles, two interceptions, three pass breakups). A preseason DUI arrest cost him the 2011 opener, and he only started two games, but he was still quite productive (51 tackles, four for loss, interception, four pass break-ups). As a senior on a very talented South Carolina defense, Holloman managed 55 tackles (eight for loss), two sacks, and three interceptions.


    STRENGTHS Versatile defender with a strong overall build. Plays over the tight end, in the slot, in the stack. Long, thick arms make him a secure tackler once latching on, brings pop to his stops whether in the open field or backfield. Moves well laterally. Takes on blocks in the open field extremely well. Locks out arms, and anchors in. Showcases violent hands in ripping off blocks. Stands his ground, or lowers a shoulder against pulling guards and tight end blocks on the edge, providing containment. Offers strength and speed as a blitzer. Former safety shows some agility to stay with tight ends and some receivers off the line. Shows some hustle across the field and chasing plays from behind. Take advantage of poor throws to secure interceptions with his hands, looking the ball in even if it’s away from his frame.
    WEAKNESSES Average fluidity and flexibility, often lunges for tackles. Will need to prove straight-line speed, seems to lack the ability to recover or track down faster ballcarriers from behind. Could be more physical knocking receivers off their routes off the line, and has the strength to do so.

    NFL COMPARISON Chad Greenway

    BOTTOM LINE After starting 14 games at strong safety in his first three seasons, Holloman moved to the “Spur” hybrid position for 2012, showing off his ability to lay the wood and move in coverage. If teams he can show well on special teams and hold his own against NFL linemen against the run, Holloman could be a solid Saturday draft pick as a Sam 'backer, and a likely candidate to outplay his draft position.

    Holloman signed with the Gamecocks as a highly regarded prep prospect and quickly forced his way into the starting lineup despite the fact that South Carolina featured a veteran-laded defense in 2009.
    Much more athletic than his size would suggest, Holloman played in every game and started two at strong safety, recording 30 tackles and an interception. He started 10 of 14 games at strong safety as a true sophomore, ranking third on the team with 69 tackles and also chipping in two interceptions and forcing a fumble.

    As Holloman continued to get bigger and stronger (and yet maintained his speed), South Carolina experimented with moving him closer to the line of scrimmage. He was slated to begin the season at the "spur" position but saw his time there shortened after being arrested and charged with a DUI.

    South Carolina does not allow its athletes to practice with the team when suspended, so his practice at the new position was shortened. Holloman, nonetheless, started the first two games upon his return at the spur but was eventually moved back to strong safety to finish the year. He missed the first two games of the season due to suspension but finished with 51 tackles, including four for loss and intercepting another pass.

    Strengths: Athletic-looking frame with a sturdy, thick base and long arms. Exhibits strong play-recognition and anticipation against the pass. Diagnoses the run early, and takes good angles to the football. Anticipates and approaches the gap with good timing on runs between the tackles.
    Possesses ample lower body strength that helps to compensate for lack of flexibility when asked to hold ground/stack at the second level. Exhibits good backfield vision through traffic. Displays good instincts and timing when asked to make a play on the ball in the air. High-motor, aggressive player who doesn't shy away from making big-time contact.

    Negatives: Lack of flexibility and first-step explosion from a stop hampers his ability to recover when he has over-shot his gap, or on cutback run plays that require him to redirect. Lacks fluidity to turn and run with tight ends or receivers down the field, without losing a step.

    Only marginal top-end speed for the position. Doesn't get his arms extended enough when taking on blocks, and is too easily driven out of the play as a result. Pretty stiff laterally.

    Compares to: Mike Morgan, OLB, Seattle Seahawks - While Morgan and Holloman are very different athletes, they have a few common limitations that have kept them from becoming high-impact linebackers throughout their careers. A lack of flexibility and agility has been a huge impedement to Morgan's growth despite possessing elite speed, wheras with Holloman, it's his "plus" instincts that have been neutralized by the same limitations.

    He seems to know what's going on, but struggles to consistently get there and make the play. His initial value will probably be best captured as a special teams contributor, but perhaps a move to the inside could help to mask some of his limitations in space, and give him a chance to contribute as a rotational piece down the road.

    --Derek Stephens


    Devonte gets the call from Jerry and Jason
    Devonte Conference Call


    Post Day One Press Conference

    Post Day Two Press Conference

    T.Fredericks, T.Williams and G.Escobar Press Conference

    Post Day Three Press Conference

    Bill Jones interviews Travis, Terrance and Gavin


    Undrafted Rookie Free Agents

    Updated list UDFA list: http://espn.go.com/blog/dallas/cowboys/tag/_/name/jakar-hamilton (most of the highlighted is from ESPN insider-I'm working on adding some info there)

    LB Brandon Magee, Arizona State
    QB Dalton Williams, Akron
    S Jakar Hamilton, South Carolina State
    RB Kendial Lawrence, Missouri
    CB Devin Smith, Wisconsin
    CB Dustin Harris, Texas A&M
    LB Cameron Lawrence, Mississippi State
    WR Greg Herd, Eastern Washington
    FB Paul Freedman, Virginia
    LB Tank Reed, SMU
    DB Jeff Heath, Saginaw Valley State
    K Spencer Benton, Clemson
    WR Eric Rogers, Cal Lutheran
    CB Xavier Brewer, Clemson
    LB Deon Lacey, West Alabama
    TE BJ Stewart Cumberland

    UDFA player bios, videos, highlights:

    Jakar Hamilton S South Carolina State


    Dalton Williams QB Akron


    Brandon Magee LB Arizona State


    Kendial Lawrence RB Missouri

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTI8pAxLpC4 - video below interest piece
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RazBgm6AAZ8 - KY v Miz 2012 three plays only 3min
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d1n3Weqi4E - video below interest piece with highlights
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q13JoAMHbVo - 2008 HS highlights
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym2iZZvEPrk - Miz v SE LA 76 TD run game highlights

    Devin Smith CB Wisconsin


    Dustin Harris CB Texas A&M


    Cameron Lawrence LB Mississippi State

    Cameron Lawrence Mississippi State 2012 All-SEC Linebacker

    Greg Herd, WR Eastern Washington


    Paul Freedman FB/TE Virginia


    CB Xavier Brewer Clemson


    Taylor Reed LB SMU

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7MgF9qmOXk - video below
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSar3maxQoY - video below
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11Wk5Yz5Xgg - video below aggressive play
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjWtDEGux30 - video below postgame conference
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJgzLMKvdII - video below Int pick 6
    http://recruiting.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=2&c=1250093&ssf=1&RequestedURL=http%3a%2f%2frecruiting.scout.com%2f2%2f1250093.html - for pic only requires sign in for story
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/20...isers-sliders-week-8/index.html#ixzz29zbSFA3n - Randle and Reed blurb here

    Jeff Heath DB Saginaw Valley State

    http://www.svsucardinals.com/sports/fball/2011-12/bios/Heath Jeffrey

    TE B.J. Stewart Cumberland

    {this is a 23min youtube. B.J. Stewart, TE #48, Plays against Bellhaven}
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j24AU90jLQs - 12min #48 difficult to pick player out

    For those that follow Twitter, here are the links for the new draft picks (thanks Zordon)

    Frederick: https://twitter.com/tfrederick72
    Escobar: https://twitter.com/GavinEscobar88
    Williams: https://twitter.com/TerranceWill2
    Wilcox: https://twitter.com/TheRealJJWilcox
    Webb: https://twitter.com/OhGi_3Dawg3
    Randle: https://twitter.com/JRAN_1
    Holloman: https://twitter.com/HolloMan21
    Brandon Magee: https://twitter.com/BMagee8
  2. BrAinPaiNt

    BrAinPaiNt Backwoods Sexy Staff Member

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    Thread is open now.:star:
  3. big dog cowboy

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    Great job.
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    Totally blown away by this. 5 stars.
  6. BrAinPaiNt

    BrAinPaiNt Backwoods Sexy Staff Member

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    I added the UDRFA and Twitter accounts.

    If any mod sees more Names of UDRFA to add please feel free to do so.:starspin
  7. Fritsch_the_cat

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    Great job brainpaint! Thanks. I've been using this to keep up with the picks during a busy week.
  8. Western

    Western Well-Known Member

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    Excellent overview.
  9. icyhot

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    What he said. Awesome job and great information.

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    Ditto. very appreciated.
  11. jobberone

    jobberone Kane Ala Staff Member

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    Some links added to the UDFAs.
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    Dash28 Felis silvestris catus

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    Great job BP.
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    Awesome job brainpaint. I just spent a few minutes catching up on videos and the Jerry phone calls to the players, thanks to your hard work in putting this together. Thanks!
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    Yea, excellent job Brainpaint.

    Thanks for taking the time to do this.
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    This is threaderiffic. Thanks much!
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    Thank you Brianpaint
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    Great job Brain! Thanks for taking the time.
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    Fantastic job BrAinPaiNt!

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