There was talk of Jeff Faine or even Larry Johnson and the possibility of Kelley Washington. Yet, as is the case in almost every draft, it came down to value and the best player available for Floyd Reese and the Titans.
<b>DEVARD DARLING</b> IS a major talent. <b>Sammy Moore</b> has wheels to burn. <b>Trandon Harvey</b> is a comer who's finally healthy. And <b>Scott Lunde</b> looks like a Biletnikopf in the making. But Cougfans ought to start getting used to another name at wide receiver: Redshirt freshman <b>Chris Jordan</b>.
Notes on Byron Leftwich and his passing performance during today's private workout as well as information on Rein Long, Jerome Riley, Marcus Trufant and Derek Roche from Washington State's recent Pro-Day.
Junior college transfer who broke in with the first team as a senior, totaling 57 receptions for 939 yards with 7 scores. Started one game his initial season in the program and caught 36/630/4.
Most of the time, we draftniks in the media will start with the quarterback position when we start putting out our analyses prior to the draft, but I thought I'd begin with the wide receivers instead, for a number of reasons.
February 2, 2003