Scouting the Gator Bowl for NFL Talent

January 1, 1PM EST EST, CBS: A pair of strong teams who just missed out on BCS invitations meet in one of the more underrated games of the bowl season. This game offers solid prospects from both teams including the best prospect in next April's draft.

West Virginia vs. Georgia Tech
CBS, 1:00 P.M.

West Virginia

Name Pos # Yr Rnd Comments
Keilen Dykes DT 96 3Jr 5/6 Nice sized tackle who shows a lot of potential.
Jay Henry ILB 42 5Sr FA Hard working two-down defender with marginal athleticism and upside.
Kevin McLee OLB 43 5Sr 4/5 Explosive one-gap linebacker coming off a solid senior campaign.
Dan Mozes C 76 5Sr 5/6 Tough, efficient blocker on the pivot who lacks size and power.
Brandon Myles WR 7 5Sr 6/7 Solid possession receiver who comes away with the important grab.
Jeremy Sheffey G 65 5Sr FA Strong, small area blocker.
Eric Wicks S 41 4Sr FA Underrated defensive back tough defending the run while also showing skills in zone coverage.

Georgia Tech

Name Pos # Yr Rnd Comments
Joe Anoai DT 96 4Sr FA Hard-working interior lineman with limited size.  Effort makes it possible for him to find a home as a back-up at the next level.
Reggie Ball QB 1 4Sr 6/7 Athletic college quarterback academically ineligible for this game.  Likely to be tried at receiver or as a third-down specialist at the next level.
Tashard Choice RB 22 4Jr 2/3 Terrific back with good size.  Rates highly moving towards '08.
KaMichael Hall OLB 35 4Sr 5/6 Speedy linebacker best in a one gap system.  Undersized but has the tools to play at the next level.
Calvin Johnson WR 21 3Jr 1st Dominant receiver who justifiably could be the first player selected next April.
Darryl Richard DT 95 3So FA One-time dominant defender still recovering from major knee surgery just over 18-months ago.
Kenny Scott CB 2 4Sr 3/4 Terrific cover corner with good ball skills.  Academically ineligible for this game.


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