1. Welcome to CowboysZone!  Join us!  Come on!  You know you want to!

Does anyone know Dudley Guice? WR from northwestern state

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,104 Messages
    90 Likes Received
    At least five N.F.L. teams have shown a "significant interest" Northwestern State wide receiver Dudley Guice at the Texas vs. The Nation game.

    ***
  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

    28,104 Messages
    90 Likes Received
    here is what i found on him so far,

    Story Detail


    Two Demons ready for Saturday all-star game

    Thursday, Jan 29, 2009 @05:14pm CST

    EL PASO, Texas — Two 2008 Northwestern State seniors, receiver Dudley Guice and offensive lineman Tim Henderson, are playing Saturday in the Western Refining Texas vs. The Nation college all-star football game in the Sun Bowl.

    The game kicks off at 2 p.m. Both Demons are playing for the Texas team since they played in the Southland Conference, which includes teams from Texas.

    Guice will wear jersey No. 81 while Henderson will don jersey No. 70 in the third annual game, which took the place of the Blue-Gray Classic in the series of postseason all-star games showcasing NFL Draft hopefuls. The Texas team is coached by former Alabama, Texas A&M and NFL head coach Gene Stallings.

    Guice’s agent, Shane D. Williams with 3SG Sports Management, said the Demon receiver, who already has his undergraduate degree as a cum laude graduate in criminal justice, has gotten significant interest from Atlanta, Cleveland, St. Louis, Oakland and Baltimore during the practice week.

    Joining Guice and Henderson from the Southland Conference are Nicholls State safety Ladarius Webb and Stephen F. Austin receiver Dominque Edison. Other players from Louisiana schools in the game are defensive end Kirston Pittman of LSU and receiver Jason Chery of Louisiana-Lafayette.

    In two years, the game has produced 17 players on active NFL rosters, including tailback Tim Hightower, who a year later is starting at tailback for the Arizona Cardinals in the Super Bowl. Another NFL alumnus from the game is Demetrius Bell, the Demons’ 2007 All-America defensive tackle who was a seventh-round draft pick and made the Buffalo Bills team in 2008.

    Last year, all but a handful of players taking part in the game signed NFL contracts, with 102 players joining NFL teams for at least a part of the training camp.


    Guice has captured attention from some media covering the game, including being among seven Texas players spotlighted Thurdsay in Sporting News Today. The report said “the offensive drills have been domianted by Guice’s wide range of catches ...” , one of several positive reports on his performance.
    << Back

Share This Page