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Nevada-Reno star Brett Roy #1 on his list of Top 10 Prospects Players All-Star Classi

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    1. OLB Brett Roy: Nevada (6-3, 272)
    It’s rarely pretty with him. However, he’s a strong kid who possesses good power into contact, knows how to use his hands to fend off blocks and has a motor that runs non-stop. Plus, he’s a sneaky athlete who could end up playing just about any linebacker spot in a 34 front.
    NFL Fits…
    Patriots
    Jets
    Ravens
    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Ranking-the-AllStar-Classics-Top-10-prospects.html#
    2. FS Kelcie McCray: Arkansas State (6-2, 196)
    A tall, good-looking athlete who displays natural foot quickness, the ability to turn and run, and tracks the football well. There is a little tightness to his game. However, he can run and has the ability to make a roster early on and potentially contribute.


    4. CB Jeremy Lane: Northwestern St. (6-0, 183)
    He’s raw with his footwork and gets a bit narrow and upright when trying to change directions. However, he was one of the few guys down here with a burst to his game. He’s got quick feet, natural fluidity when asked to turn and run, and good overall size. Looks like a guy who can mature into sub package NFL corner.
    NFL Fits...
    Jaguars
    Patriots
    Cowboys
     

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