Sunday, April 27, 2008

Undrafted Free Agents

Jeff Saturday, Gary Brackett, Ed Johnson, the Colts always find quality football players that weren't considered good enough to draft. Here's my favorites of the guys who were passed over.

Rudolph Hardie DE, Howard
A productive pass rusher with great size. He dropped because he played against lesser competition at Howard.

Titus Brown DE, Miss St
A productive rusher who is undersized and from a non-big name school

Erin Henderson, OLB, Virgina

Serious concerns about Henderson's history of knee injuries scared teams away, despite great talent and production

Ali Highsmith, OLB LSU
Horrible 40 at the combine marked the start of his fall. He plays fast and would be a fit for the Colts.

Bernard Morris QB, Marshall
A QB project. The Colts visited the Marshall pro day.

Wesley Woodyard OLB Kentucky
Another small quick LB that could excel in the cover 2

Dantrell Savage, RB Oklahoma State
Very undersized, but explosive back.

Robert Felton, OG, Arkansas
A powerful run blocker, who helped clear the way for #4 pick Darren McFadden and played alongside Tony Ugoh

Jonathan Hefney, S, Tennessee-Joey Dunbar LB, Boston College
A pair of special teams aces with the skills to play in the cover 2

Joey Haynos TE, Maryland
A big blocking TE, with the hands and route running to be a short to mid range target.

5 comments:

BRD said...

Since when is Mississippi State, which plays in the SEC, a "small school?" Titus Brown will be a solid free agent signing for somebody.

shake said...

My bad. BCS conference bottom feeder, small school, same difference.

Also. I won't be able to write here or at stam-ede blue for a bit. There was a beverage accident during the late rounds of the draft that has disabled the number keys on my com=uter. All my =asswords uses numbers so I can't log in to anything until it's fixed.

Finally, one letter key is also disabled can you read my comment and figure out which

Passive Voice said...

henderson went to maryland and miss state went 4-4 in the sec last year

shake said...

Yeah, I rushed that post. It'll get fixed soon. My fault.

Anonymous said...

I must say that as a Colts fan and a canadian, we got a great athlete in Samuel Giguere, the reciever from the Sherbrooke vert et ore in Quebec. He is 6' 220 lbs and posted a 42" vertical at the CFL combine. He also ran a 4.49 on a very slow surface. He was 2nd in Canada in receptions and yards.