Scouting the Emerald Bowl

After playing in the Fiesta Bowl last season Utah squeaked into the festivities this year. Buoyed by a late season upset victory over Miami the Yellow Jackets have some momentum going.

Georgia Tech

Name Pos # Yr Rnd Report
Reggie Ball QB 1 3Jr 6\7 Athletic quarterback on the college level who projects to RB or WR in the NFL.
Damarius Bilbo WR 8 5Sr 6\7 Nice-sized receiver having a terrific senior campaign.
P.J. Daniel RB 45 5Sr 4\5
Productive ball carrier with nice size\speed numbers yet questionable durability.
Dennis Davis CB 25 5Sr 7th
Turning in a solid campaign after missing '04 with injury.  Solid dime\zone prospect.
Eric Henderson DE 56 5Sr 3\4
Penetrating lineman who makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage.  Has durability issues.
Brad Honeycutt T 72 5Sr FA  
Reuben Houston CB 9 5Sr FA One time promising corner in the midst of legal woes.
Dawan Landry S 20 5Sr 4\5 Hard-hitting yet smart safety who has potential in a two-deep zone system.
Travis Parker DE 94 5Sr FA On the sidelines with academic issues.
Chris Reis S 18 4Sr 7th
Aggressive safety best against the run.  Outstanding special teams player.
Gerris Wilkinson OLB 49 5Sr 6\7
Two-down defender best playing downhill.  Solid fit for several linebacker spots.


Name Pos # Yr Rnd Report
Jesse Boone C 79 5Sr FA Hard working blocker on the pivot best in confined quarters.  Limited upside.
David Dirkmaat G 74 5Sr FA  
Steve Fifita DT 94 5Sr 6\7 Explosive tackle who could play the three-technique spot.
Quinton Ganther RB 13 5Sr 5\6
One of the most underrated ball carriers in the country.  Does a little of everything well and could be drafted much earlier.
Marquess Ledbetter DE 55 5Sr FA  
John Madsen WR 23 5Sr FA King sized pass catcher and possession wide out for the next level.
Spencer Toone OLB 9 5Sr 7th  


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