Darrell Campbell (6-3, 302 pounds) was a three-year starter at Notre Dame, and played both defensive tackle and end for the Irish. He started 34 of 44 career games and finished his career with 87 tackles (48 solo), 12 sacks (-77 yards), 23.5 stops for losses of 111 yards, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and one pass defensed. Born July 6, 1981 in Chicago, Campbell was USA Today honorable mention All-American at Thornwood (South Holland, Ill.) High School, and was a first-team all-state pick by the Chicago Tribune, and earned team MVP honors each of his last three seasons.
Tyson Clabo (6-6, 314 pounds) earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors his senior year, and was honorable mention the previous season. After moving into the starting lineup as a sophomore, Clabo started 37 of 46 career games played, including 36 consecutive. A dual-sport athlete at Farragut High School, he earned six letters (three each) in football and basketball. He earned all-conference honors as a junior and senior in football and averaged a double-double - 18 points and 10 rebounds per game - in basketball as a senior. Clabo was born Oct. 17, 1981 in Knoxville, Tenn.
Romar Crenshaw (6-0, 185 pounds), playing at Division II Southeastern Oklahoma State, averaged 25.4 yards per reception last fall, amassing 966 yards on 38 receptions in a 10-game season. The Broken Bow, Okla. native is the Savages' all-time leading receiver, and was a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy in 2002, an award given to the top player in Division II. He helped lead the Savages to a No. 23 ranking in early October, but they finished out of the polls after losing their final game of 2003 to East Central University. During a 2001 game against Abilene Christian, Crenshaw established a school record by gaining 211 yards on just six receptions. He left as the school's all-time leader in receiving yardage with 3,133, and holds the record for the longest punt return in SOSU history &ndash a 96-yarder against East Texas Baptist on Sept. 13, 2003. He was born Sept. 22, 1980.
B.J. Johnson (5-11, 207 pounds) in 49 career games (45 starts) made 152 receptions for 2,389 yards (15.7) and 16 touchdowns, while adding 14 rushes for 82 yards (5.9). He earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors as a senior, after hauling in 30 catches for 549 yards and four touchdowns. A valuable performer since arriving on campus, he set seven Longhorn freshman receiving records, including the school's freshman single-season record with 41 receptions, posted the second-highest receiving yardage total (698) by a freshman in UT history and also set the school&rsquos single-game frosh marks for receptions (nine, vs. Baylor) and receiving yards (187, vs. Texas A&M) in 2000. While attending South Grand Prairie (Texas) High School, Johnson was a Parade All-American, and was tabbed as the top receiver on that prestigious squad, and also earned first-team All-USA honors from USA Today. Brandon Willis Johnson was born Aug. 4, 1982 in Arlington, Texas.
Brandon Kennedy (5-10, 315 pounds) 2003 Sun Belt Player of the Year and a unanimous first-team all-conference selection at North Texas. He led the Sun Belt with 23 tackles for loss and tied for fifth with six quarterback sacks, while leading all Sun Belt defensive ends and linemen with an average of 5.5 tackles per game. During his prep career at Terrell High School, Kennedy was The Dallas Morning News&rsquo Defensive Player of the Year and a first team all-state pick by the Associated Press. His older brother, Kenoy, is a four-year starting safety for the Broncos. He was born Oct. 20, 1981 in Dallas.
Shannon Snell (6-2, 310 pounds), a three-year starter at left guard for Florida, was an All-America selection in 2003 and a two-time All-Southeastern Conference choice. He did not allow a quarterback sack in his last 14 games, and started 36 of 46 career games. Snell was named to USA Today's first-team All-American squad, was a Parade All-American selection and was named to Prep Star's All-American Dream Team after playing at Hillsborough (Tampa, Fla.) High School. His father, Ray, was a guard for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and his brother, Ray, is a fullback at Florida. He was born Shannon Michael Snell on April 27, 1982 in Tampa.
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