||Brandon Barnes: OLB 6-2 220
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of University of Missouri... Played Linebacker, Safety, Wide Receiver and Special Teams for the Tigers... Wore #21 at UM... Injured his Freshman Year(2000) with a broken ankle against Clemson during a Special Teams play... Brandon played WR and Special Teams his Sophmore Year(2001) and moved to Defense to start his Junior Year(2002)... Played Free Safety his Junior Year(2002) and earned a Starting Position in a game against Nebraska... In his Senior Year(2003) Barnes bulked up and moved to Outside Linebacker...
DE 6-0 239
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of Virginia Tech... Played Defensive End for the Holies... Wore #99 at VTech... Played DE at VT and probably will move to Outside Linebacker in the Pros... Underwent surgery during the spring to repair a patella tendon... Earned Iron Hokie Award honors (given for top performances in the weight room) in each of his final three years 410lbs Bench Press in 2003...
TE 6-3 273
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of University of Eastern Illinois... Played Tight End for the Panthers... Wore #88 at EIU... Second Team All-Ohio Valley... Nick is training with ex-Buffalo Bills WR Don Beebe...
QB 6-2 220
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out ofWestern Carolina.
|Douglas Goodwin: DT 6-2 295
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of Boston College... Played Defensive Tackle for the Eagles... Wore #98 at BC... Missed a good portion of the 2002 season with a leg(hip) injury... Son of former Buffalo Bills fullback, Douglas Goodwin... Was featured on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" show in story about his father's open-heart surgery on 9/11/01...
DE 6-2.5 247
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of San Diego State... Played Defensive End for the Aztecs... Wore #98 at SDSU... College Career Started for Arkansas State before transferring to Sacramento City College for his sophomore season... 2nd Team All-Mountain West in 2003...
S 5-10.5 205
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of the University of Utah... Played Safety for the Utes... Wore #35 at Utah... 1st Team All-MWC in 2003... 2nd Team All-MWC in 2002... Spring 2003 had a back injury...
Warfield: RB 5-10 211
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of University of Utah... Played Runningback for the Utes... Wore #5 at Utah... Second-team all-MWC for Runningback... Rushed for 173 Yards and a TD against Utah State and 181 and 3 TD's against Texas A&M... Ju-Co Transfer from Kilgore JC... First-team All-Conference and Conference MVP at Kilgore...
|Matt Zielinski: DL 6-2 291
Likely signed by the Baltimore Ravens post 2004 NFL Draft out of University of Duke... Played Defensive Tackle for the Blue Devils... Wore #35 at Duke... First Team ALL-ACC in 2003... ACC Academic Honor Roll in 2003 & 2002... Honorable mention All-ACC in 2002... Injured knee against Florida State in 2000... Weightlifting Feats: For the second straight year(2003), recorded the top combined weightlifting total (1,585 pounds) for bench press (485), squat (700) and power clean (400) ... increased his three-lift total by 210 pounds from a year ago
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