2007 White WRs and TEs

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  1. Gi-15

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    Amendola went over a thousand yeard with this game, and Nelson's 200+ yards game put him closer to Crabtree for the national lead, congrats to both of them! hopefully we'll see both of them playing on sunday!
     
  2. ToughJ.Riggins

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    It's been a good season so far, but I'm upset about the Luke Swan injury and wish that Jordan Shipley, Dicky Lyons Jr. and Todd Blythe were having stronger seasons; all these guys could be drafted, but I don't know about it now. [​IMG]
     
  3. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Wide Receivers:
    Lucas Miller, Arkansas: unhearalded walk-on had 1 catch for a 35-yard touchdown.
    Joe Cowan, UCLA: 2 for 35 and a touchdown.
    Evan Moore, Stanford: 4 for 30.
    Chris McGaha, Arizona State: 5 for 79.
    Luke Roberts, Colorado State: 3 for 32.
    Austin Collie, BYU: 8 for 111 and a TD. [​IMG] also had a kick return for 34 yards.
    Robbie Parris, Notre Dame: 2 for 25.
    Jesse Meyer, Tulsa: 1 for 21.
    Trey Stross, Iowa: 3 for 91 and a touchdown.
    Ross Lane, Northwestern: 3 for 67.
    Eric Peterman, Northwestern: 6 for 52. aded 2 carries for 12, and was 1-1 passing for 13 yards.
    Brian Hartline, Ohio State: 7 for 95, and 1 carry for 9.
    Eric Decker, Minnesota: 3 for 65, and 3 carries for 22.
    Todd Blythe, Iowa State: 2 for 91.
    Jordy Nelson: 14 for 214 and a touchdown.
    Daniel Gonzalez: 3 for 23.
    Kerry Meier, Kansas: 4 for 42 and a touchdown.
    Todd Peterson, Nebraska: 2 for 59.
    Nate Swift, Nebraska: 3 for 42.
    Jordan Shipley, Texas: 2 for 70.
    Danny Amendola, Texas Tech: 8 for 108.
    Eric Morris, Texas Tech: 3 for 56 and a touchdown.
    Tyler Ghrisham, Clemson: 4 for 51.


    Tight Ends:
    Bear Pascoe, Fresno State: 4 catches, 35 yards.
    Rob Gronkowski, Arizona: 6 for 94 and a TD.
    Brent Miller, Arizona State: 6 for 45 and a TD.
    Dennis Pitta, BYU: 4 for 70.
    Andrew George, BYU: 2 for 25.
    John Carlson, Notre Dame: 4 for 40.
    Jake Ballard, Ohio State: 1 for 5.
    Rory Niccol, Ohio State: 2 for 2.
    Chase Coffman, Missouri: 5 for 60 and 3 touchdowns! [​IMG]
     
  4. DixieDestroyer

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    Don't forget UGA WR Kris Durham 2 for 14, and Dawg's TE Tripp Chandler 3 for 50 and a TD.[​IMG]
     
  5. white lightning

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    Gronkowski could end up being the next Shockey. He is so good, fast and powerful as a true freshman. This kid scares the crap out of defensive secondarys. His whole family is athletic so it is in his genes. Polish Power!
     
  6. jared

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    Shipley and Lyons are only juniors. UK and UT each have two senior starting WR's that will be moving on after this year. Lyons in particular should see a much larger role next year. Blythe allegedly got a 3rd round grade last year from the NFL draft advisory board. I think even with his mediocre stats, he'll be drafted second day. Luke Swan was very good this year but my gut feeling is he would have been a UDFA who never saw the field in the NFL. A white WR has to have something special to get noticed, like mega stats (Hass), size (Blythe), or speed (Jones). Thankfully, Jordy Nelson has all of those. Edited by: jared
     
  7. Colonel_Reb

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    Week 11 Stats

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    Matt Root Air Force 2 for 36
    Chris McGaha Arizona State game high 9 for 123
    Bryan Anderson Central Michigan team high 7 for 120
    Tyler Grisham Clemson game high 9 for 100 and a TD plus 2 runs for 22
    Jordy Nelson Kansas State game high 9 for 125 and a TD
    Danny Amendola Texas Tech 8 for 82
    Eric Morris Texas Tech 8 for 57 and 2 TDs
    Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 10 for 233 and 2 TDs plus 2 runs for 12 [​IMG]
    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 2 for 19 plus a 19 yard run
    Casey Flair UNLV game high 8 for 88 and a TD plus a 2 yard PR [​IMG]
    Brett Swain San Diego State 1 for 18 plus 2 PR for 27
    Eric Peterman Northwestern 3 for 16
    Todd Blythe Iowa State game high 4 for 124 and 2 TDs [​IMG]
    Ross Lane Northwestern 4 for 64 and a TD
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 2 for 14 [​IMG]
    Zack Sledge Southern Methodist 5 for 68 and 3 TDs
    Lucas Miller Arkansas 2 for 31
    Austin Collie BYU game high 4 for 109, all in the first half
    Matt Allen BYU 2 for 20
    Dusty Sprague Colorado team high 4 for 55
    Scotty McKnight Colorado 5 for 54 and a TD
    Austin Knowlin Columbia game high 9 for 73 and 2 TDs
    Matt Luft Harvard game high 4 for 95 and a TD
    Corey Mazza Harvard 4 for 75 and a TD
    Kerry Meier Kansas 3 for 27
    Keith LeVan New Hampshire game high 9 for 100 plus 2 runs for 7 and a 20 yard KR
    Todd Peterson Nebraska 4 for 85 and 2 TDs
    Nate Swift Nebraska 2 for 38
    Weston Neiman New Mexico State 5 for 43 and a TD plus a 3 yard run
    Weston Dressler North Dakota 10 for 148 and 3 TDs plus 3 PR for 16 and a 24 yard KR [​IMG]
    Matt Simon Northern Illinois 4 for 96 plus a 12 yard carry and 3 PR for 21
    Robby Paris Notre Dame 5 for 49
    Braden Lepisto Penn 5 for 50
    Jake Standeford Purdue 5 for 65
    Derek Moore Texas Christian team high 4 for 61
    Austin Rogers Tennessee game high 6 for 62 and a TD [​IMG]
    Kyle Hudson Illinois 4 for 30
    Brian Hartline Ohio State game high 4 for 86 plus a 7 yard run
    Evan Moore Stanford 4 for 70
    Jordan Shipley Texas 2 for 34 and a TD plus a 6 yard carry
    Derrek Richards Utah game high 6 for 86
    Bradon Godfrey Utah 3 for 23 and a TD
    Brian Hernandez Utah 5 for 18
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 1 for 5 plus 2 KR for 39


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    Keith Madsen Air Force 2 for 20 and a TD
    Dennis Pitta BYU 7 for 88
    Andrew George BYU 2 for 16
    Riar Geer Colorado 3 for 39 and a TD
    Tripp Chandler Georgia 2 for 44
    Derek Fine Kansas 3 for 13
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 4 for 50
    Gary Barnidge Louisville 6 for 75 and a TD
    Richard Dickson LSU 2 for 30 and a TD
    Cody Slate Marshall 6 for 53
    Chase Coffman Missouri 3 for 22 and a TD
    Nick Cleaver New Mexico State 5 for 46
    John Carlson Notre Dame 4 for 57 and a TD
    Steve Schmidt San Diego State 3 for 13 and a TD
    Logan Paulsen UCLA 2 for 16
    Branden Ledbetter Western Michigan game high 5 for 124 and a TD [​IMG]
    Jeron Mastrud Kansas State 3 for 13
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 2 for 22Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
  8. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Tennessee's Austin Rogers looked impressive on the Volunteers opening drive... beating Arkansas' fastest player for a first down, then beating him again on a bubble screen where he broke a tackle and scampered 16 yards for a touchdown. [​IMG]
     
  9. Colonel_Reb

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    Yep, Austin is leading UT in receiving today at the moment. Jordy Nelson is over 100 already as well, but the black QB is playing some dumb ball. Edited by: Colonel_Reb
     
  10. jared

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    ASU RS Soph WR Chris McGaha had his best day ever as a Sun Devil, snagging 9 REC for 123 yards. Unfortunately, he still hasn't found the endzone this year.
     
  11. Colonel_Reb

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    Stats updated. I would like mention the North Dakota Fighting Sioux as a team to watch during the upcoming D-II playoffs. They are loaded with white talent, especially WR Weston Dressler and RB Ryan Chappell. They are 3rd in last week's D-II northwest region poll. I hope they, along with Chadron State, Grand Valley State, and Nebraska-Omaha make it deep into the playoffs.
     
  12. Jimmy Chitwood

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    good job again, Colonel. and congratulations t a big day from our guys. [​IMG]
     
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    Week 12 Stats

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    Matt Root Air Force 1 for 6
    Austin Collie BYU game high 8 for 103 plus 3 KR for 94 [​IMG]
    Matt Allen BYU 6 for 61 and a TD
    Luke Roberts Colorado State 2 for 66 and a TD
    Riley Cooper Florida 2 for 21
    Todd Blythe Iowa State 2 for 20
    Kerry Meier Kansas 3 for 41 and a TD plus 3 runs for 13
    Jordy Nelson Kansas State team high 8 for 94 and a TD
    Dicky Lyons Jr. Kentucky 2 for 12
    Lance Long Mississippi State 2 for 25
    Eric Peterman Northwestern team high 10 for 120 plus a 1 yard carry and 2 PR for 16
    Brian Hartline Ohio State 1 for 9 plus 2 PR for 11
    Dane Sanzenbacher Ohio State 1 for 7
    Brett Swain San Diego State game high 6 for 84 and a TD [​IMG]
    Austin Rogers Tennessee 7 for 55 and a TD
    Hoost Marsh Wyoming 3 for 38



    TE
    Travis Dekker Air Force team high 3 for 62
    Dennis Pitta BYU 4 for 58 and a TD
    Andrew George BYU 1 for 14
    Derek Fine Kansas 3 for 26 and a TD
    Jeron Mastrud Kansas State 4 for 43
    Michael Pooschke Kansas State 3 for 27
    Jacob Tamme Kentucky 6 for 80
    Chase Coffman Missouri 2 for 18
    Jake Ballard Ohio State 2 for 8
    Wade Betschart Wyoming 3 for 35 plus a 2 yard runEdited by: Colonel_Reb
     
  14. backrow

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    Col, there's another great white TE, who even Kiper noticed: Arizona's freshman! Rob GronkowskiEdited by: backrow
     
  15. jared

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    He looked impressive in the Oregon - Arizona game. I didn't realize he was a freshman.
     
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    and you gotta love the potential that this guy has: 6'6, 250, a very good speed... and two or three more years to develop!
     
  17. Colonel_Reb

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    back, I've posted Gronkowski's stats for quite a while. I don't miss many of our guys, even if I don't get around to posting stats on them every week. Gron is a great player and I agree with jared, he did a lot in that Oregon game. This kid will end up being a star and a high draft pick if things continue as they are.
     
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    yup, i was sure you wouldn't miss an obvious one, but with a search function being broken it's hard to read through all this info.Edited by: backrow
     
  19. white lightning

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    They call him Gronk down here in AZ and he is a beast. He is like a human wrecking ball. The whole family is as athletic as they come. This kid will be another Shockey type down the road. He is a monster! Go Cats!
     
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    of course they are, they're Polish Americans! [​IMG]
     
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    Its from all those pirogies they eat... [​IMG]
     
  22. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the white receivers and tight end for Colorado are looking pretty good in this game against Nebraska.

    Nebraska's white receivers are coming to life, too! excellent!Edited by: Jimmy Chitwood
     
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    i really want to see Tyson DeVree on Sundays next season!
     
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    Central Michigan wide receiver Bryan Anderson had a big day this morning... 9 catches, 131 yards, and a touchdown.
     
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    lost in the mix with Hillis and Hester having huge games, LSU tight end Richard Dickson quietly had a big game, as well. 5 catches for 72 yards against the Hogs.

    also, for the Razorbacks Lucas Miller had a catch for 16 yards. his 16 yards receiving was second on the team.
     

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