Former Florida State and UTEP receiver Fred Rouse has as much physical ability as anyone in either group of receiving prospects, but some very serious off the field issues have contributed to his attending his third university in five seasons. His latest stop is Florida A&M, a stones throw away from his original stop.
Florida State' Richard Goodman, was the one young receiver who gave Cromartie fits in workouts and practice, but during his playing career he has been far too inconsistent, relatively unproductive and has managed to stay hurt for much of his playing career.
Eron Riley was Duke's only legit threat in 07 and looks to improve on his numbers as a senior. I'm really not sure how fast he is, but I liked his ability to adjust to the football catch inside.
College coaches raved about the skills of Larry Freeman while a JUCO player in 2006, but he appeared to enter football's witness protection program after transferring to the University of South Carolina.
I like Chris Williams of New Mexico State (Mr. Outside) and the way he is complimented by his sure handed teammate A.J. Harris (Mr. Inside). University of San Diego wideout John Matthews put up some very fine numbers as a junior, but without Joshua Johnson slinging the football, he will be hard pressed to match those numbers as a senior.
A few years back Amp Lee was considered one of the top recruits in the country. After a brief stay at LSU, Lee transferred back to his home state of Florida where he enrolled at the University of South Florida. After just one season, due in part to his showboating style Lee mutually agreed with the coaching staff to leave the squad. Although he has not surfaced over the past two years, many scouts have not forgotten the potential he showed as a young collegiate player.
Darius Passmore from Marshall is a well schooled receiver with good hands and functional speed. I felt he was a productive player within their playing system. Dexten Fields from Kansas is a very dependable receiver in the under zones, but lacks separating speed on vertical routes.
Catches - Yards - Avg - TD
|D||Simeon||Frantz||Florida Atlantic||No 2007 stats|
|D||Chandler||Kelvin||Illinois State U||12-127-10.5-2|
|D||Thomas||Chasio||Jackson State||No 2007 stats|
|D||McSwain||Mico||Mississippi U||No 2007 stats|
|D||Byers||Jarrett||NE Oklahoma State||14-106-7.6-0|
|D||Harris||A.J.||New Mexico St||81-610-7.5-2|
|D||Williams||Chris||New Mexico St||56-772-13.8-11|
|D||Tate||Brandon||No Carolina U||25-479-19.2-5|
|D||Heckendorf||Kole||No Dakota St||48-766-16.0-6|
|D||Simon||Matt||Northern Illinois U||52-969-18.6-5|
|D||Davis||Britt||Northern Illinois U||33-391-11.8-2|
|D||Matthews||John||San Diego U||47-1088-23.1-16|
|D||Richmond||David||San Jose St||55-852-15.5-3;|
|D||Freeman||Larry||So Carolina U||2-30-15.0-0|
|D||Harris||JaRon||So Dakota St||40-664-16.6-7|
|D||Hill||Amp||South Florida U||No 2007 stats|
|D||Johnson||Taurus||South Florida U||34-407-12.0-4|
|D||Sherman||Damian||Southern Illinois U||7-123-17.6-0|
|D||Edison||Dominique||Stephen F Austin||55-582-10.6-1|
|D||Bryant||Walter||Texas Christian U||27-337-12.5-1|
|D||Bolden||Demir||Wake Forest U||11-127-11.5-0|
|D||Martin||Charley||West Texas A&M||67-927-13.8-11|
|D||Sims||Carl||Western Illinois U||45-546-12.1-2|
|D||Copeland||Dusten||Western State (CO)||86-1156-13.4-6|
|D||Mack||Elliott||William & Mary||46-849-18.5-5|