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Hula Bowl Jan 21 also

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Dayton Cowboy, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. Dayton Cowboy

    Dayton Cowboy Active Member

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    I also listed some of the prospects getting some pub of late for possible Cowboy interest.. I'm not familar with too many prospects on these two rosters.

    Here's the link to the rosters http://www.hulabowlhawaii.com/news/2006Roster.doc

    When: Jan 21
    Time: 7 pm Eastern
    Where: Espn (Honolulu)

    East Roster
    Patrick Ross-C
    Marcus McNeil-OT
    Jeff King-TE

    West Roster
    Ed Hinkel-WR
    Brian Ferentz-OL (I believe he is a center and of course is the son of Kirk Ferentz)
  2. Qwickdraw

    Qwickdraw Benched

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    THIS IS EASIER:

    WEST ROSTER

    1 Barrick Nealy WR/QB 6-5 230 Texas State

    2 Marcus King CB 5-11 195 Missouri

    3 Fahu Tahi RB 6-0 250 BYU

    5 David Pittman CB 5-11 175 Northwestern State

    6 Dwayne Slay LB/FS 6-3 215 Texas Tech

    8 Steve Paris FS 6-1 200 Iowa State

    10 Cory Hodges QB 6-1 210 Texas Tech

    11 Ed Hinkel WR 6-1 190 Iowa

    12 John Torp P 6-2 210 Colorado

    14 Lono Manners SS 5-10 207 Hawai'i

    15 Brett Elliott QB 6-3 210 Linfield

    16 Brad Smith WR/QB 6-2 212 Missouri

    21 Marcus Demps FS 6-1 200 San Diego State

    23 Antwan Allen CB 5-10 180 Iowa

    24 Jovon Johnson CB 5-9 180 Iowa

    26 Zeke Staples ILB 6-0 215 San Jose State

    29 Raymond Washington CB 6-0 220 Fresno State

    31 Cory Ross RB 5-6 195 Nebraska

    33 Bristol Olomua TE 6-5 255 Texas Tech

    34 Colin Allred OLB 6-1 235 Baylor

    36 Tyrone Culver FS 6-1 207 Fresno State

    37 Shawn Willis FB 6-3 255 Oklahoma State

    43 Patrick Cobbs RB 5-9 205 North Texas

    44 Tim Dobbins ILB 6-1 245 Iowa State

    45 Tanuvasa Moe LB/LS 6-0 220 Hawai'i

    47 John Syptak ILB 6-2 250 Rice

    51 Kila Kamakawiwo'ole DE 6-3 240 Hawai'i

    53 Joe Lobendahn ILB 5-10 225 Washington

    54 Lance Reynolds C 6-2 303 BYU

    55 Fred Evans DT 6-5 307 Texas State

    57 Ross Weaver OT 6-7 300 Air Force

    59 Brian Ferentz OL 6-2 287 Iowa

    61 Tusi Sa'au OG 6-1 317 Washington

    62 Pat McCoy OT 6-5 325 West Texas A&M

    63 Mike Briesel OT/OG 6-5 295 Colorado State

    66 Brandon Eaton OG 6-2 287 Hawai'i

    67 Joe Toledo OT 6-6 320 Washington

    69 Kinji Green DE 6-2 275 San Jose State

    72 Donald Penn OG/OT 6-5 305 Utah State

    73 Chris Kuper OG 6-4 300 North Dakota

    79 Jesse Boone C 6-5 305 Utah

    80 Rufus Skillern WR 6-1 185 San Jose State

    88 Clinton Solomon WR 6-3 200 Iowa

    93 Vaka Manupuna NG 6-2 290 Colorado

    94 Steve Fifita NG 5-11 315 Utah

    95 Montez Murphy DE 6-6 270 Baylor

    96 Titus Adams DT 6-4 300 Nebraska

    98 Sir Henry Anderson DT 6-4 310 Oregon State

    99 Manaia Brown DT/DE 6-4 310 BYU

    Head coach: Tyrone Willingham, Washington

    Assistants: Dick Tomey, San Jose State; Two TBA.

    EAST ROSTER

    1 Marcus Hudson FS 6-1 193 North Carolina State

    2 Andre Hall RB 5-9 200 South Florida

    5 Matt Rice DE 6-5 270 Penn State

    6 Brandon Marshall WR 6-6 230 Central Florida

    7 Bruce Gradkowski QB 6-2 220 Toledo

    8 Brett Bell CB 6-0 198 Wisconsin

    9 Eric Smith SS 6-1 205 Michigan State

    10 Calvin Lowry FS 5-11 201 Penn State

    11 Owen Daniels TE 6-3 250 Wisconsin

    12 Josh Lay CB 6-2 195 Pittsburgh

    14 Ryan Hoffman P 6-2 190 Illinois State

    15 Dion Byrum CB 5-11 201 Penn State

    19 D.J. Fitzpatrick PK 6-2 205 Notre Dame

    20 Dawan Landry SS 6-2 218 Georgia Tech

    21 Antoine Bagwell RB 5-11 186 California (Pa.)

    22 Oliver Hoyte ILB 6-3 250 North Carolina State

    24 Marcus Maxey CB 6-2 200 Miami (Fla.)

    29 Anthony Madison CB 5-9 180 Alabama

    33 P.J. Pope RB 5-10 216 Bowling Green

    40 Chris Moore ILB 6-3 230 East Carolina

    41 Scott Paxson NT 6-4 290 Penn State

    44 Omar Gaither OLB 6-1 235 Tennessee

    45 P.J. Daniels RB 5-11 210 Georgia Tech

    46 Corey Mays ILB 6-1 240 Notre Dame

    48 William Kershaw OLB 6-3 235 Maryland

    51 Jimmy Martin OT 6-5 310 Virginia Tech

    52 Jason Palermo OL 6-3 305 Wisconsin

    53 Donovan Raiola C 6-2 300 Wisconsin

    55 Brandon Hoyte ILB 6-0 230 Notre Dame

    57 Javon Nanton DE 6-3 250 Miami (Fla.)

    66 Patrick Ross C 6-3 300 Boston College

    67 Matt Lentz C 6-6 313 Michigan

    68 McKinley Boykin DT 6-2 285 Mississippi

    70 Marcus McNeill OT 6-8 335 Auburn

    71 Tim Sandidge DT 6-1 304 Virginia Tech

    72 Jason Murphy OG 6-3 305 Virginia Tech

    75 Richard Collier OT 6-7 345 Valdosta State

    76 Walter Stith OT 6-9 310 North Carolina A&T

    78 Kyle Ralph OG 6-4 300 North Carolina

    79 Guy Whimper OT 6-4 310 East Carolina

    81 Brandon Williams WR 5-10 175 Wisconsin

    82 Ben Obamanu WR 6-1 205 Auburn

    88 Kyle Smith WR 6-0 170 Youngstown State

    89 Jonathan Orr WR 6-3 190 Wisconsin

    90 David Tollefson DE 6-4 255 Northwest Missouri State

    91 Jeff King TE 6-5 250 Virginia Tech

    92 Gerald Anderson DT 6-1 320 Georgia

    96 Domata Peko DT 6-3 315 Michigan State

    Head Coach: Tommy Tuberville, Auburn
  3. Dayton Cowboy

    Dayton Cowboy Active Member

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    LOL.. thanks Qwik, I coulda done that ;) I was just listing guys that stood out to me. Anybody make your list of possible picks?
  4. kiheikiwi

    kiheikiwi Maui No Ka Oi

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    Will watch to see how McNeil does, i.e. this back concern. Is still # 1 on my wish list, untill I see otherwise.Watch the DE from Hawaii, Kamakawiwo'ole. Good player, who could translate to a 3-4 LB in the pros.
  5. Cbz40

    Cbz40 The Grand Poobah

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    Thanks for the post Sir.......Good stuff.
  6. Qwickdraw

    Qwickdraw Benched

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    Alot.

    I say watch all of the QBs, WRs and Safeties closely.
    There are some prospective good ones on that list that could be steals in the middle to late rounds.

    And of course, McNeill OT.

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