2008 Buffalo Bills Training Camp

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    Bills Draft 2008

    Round 1, Leodis McKelvin CB 5'11" 190 Troy
    Round 2, James Hardy WR 6'6" 220 Indiana
    (Gun wheeling, woman beating, child abuser)
    Round 3, Chris Ellis DE 6'4" 260 Virginia Tech
    Round 4, Reggie Corner CB 5'10" 180 Akron

    Round 4, Pick 33 (132) Derek Fine TE 6'3" 245 Kansas

    Pick Analysis: Fine is going to sit down against zones and catch 8-9 yard passes. He can also play solid special teams. Fine could be a solid depth player at a position of need in Buffalo, but will need to improve his blocking to be more than a backup.


    Round 5, Alvin Bowen OLB 6'1" 223 Iowa St
    Round 6, Xavier Omon RB 5'11" 226 NWMS
    Round 7, Demetrius Bell OT 6'5" 303 NWS (LA)
    Round 7, Steve Johnson WR 6'2" 210 Kentucky
    Round 7, Kennard Cox CB 6'0" 195 Pittsburgh

    Defense</font>

    Line Backers


    52 DiGiorgio, John LB 6-2 229 24 3 Saginaw Valley
    54 Costanzo, Blake LB 6-2 235 24 2 Lafayette
    51 Posluszny, Paul LB 6-1 238 23 2 Penn State</font>

    59 Mitchell, Kawika LB 6-1 253 28 6 South Florida
    53 Buggs, Marcus LB 5-10 223 22 R Vanderbilt
    50 Bowen, Alvin LB 6-1 222 24 R Iowa State
    56 Ellison, Keith LB 6-0 229 24 3 Oregon State
    55 Crowell, Angelo LB 6-1 246 26 6 Virginia
    58 Banks, Jon LB 6-2 232 24 R Iowa State

    Safeties

    45 Corto, Jon S 6-0 208 23 1 Sacred Heart
    29 Wendling, John S 6-1 222 24 2 Wyoming</font>

    20 Whitner, Donte S 5-10 208 22 3 Ohio State
    37 Wilson, George S 6-0 212 27 3 Arkansas
    43 Scott, Bryan S 6-1 219 27 6 Penn State
    30 Simpson, Ko S 6-1 202 24 3 South Carolina

    Cornerbacks

    35 Fox, Dustin CB 5-11 200 25 4 Ohio State</font>

    24 McGee, Terrence 5-9 198 27 6 Northwestern
    28 McKelvin, Leodis 5-10 184 22 R Troy
    33 Greer, Jabari CB 5-11 180 26 5 Tennessee
    27 Corner, Reggie CB 5-9 175 24 R Akron
    38 Cox, Kennard CB 6-0 192 22 R Pittsburgh
    21 James, Will CB 6-0 200 28 8 Western Illinois
    26 Youboty, Ashton 5-11 189 23 3 Ohio State

    Defensive Ends

    94 Schobel, Aaron DE 6-4 243 30 8 TCU
    90 Kelsay, Chris DE 6-4 261 28 6 Nebraska
    92 Denney, Ryan DE 6-7 264 30 7 BYU
    72 Neill, Ryan DE 6-3 253 25 2 Rutgers</font>

    74 Mace, Corey DE 6-3 287 22 1 Wyoming
    93 Ellis, Chris DE 6-4 261 23 R Virginia Tech
    96 Bryan, Copeland DE 6-4 240 25 2 Arizona
    76 Nua, Shaun DE 6-5 270 27 4 BYU


    Defensive Tackles

    95 Williams, Kyle DT 6-1 306 24 3 LSU</font>

    64 McCray, Teraz DT 6-1 286 24 R Miami
    97 McCargo, John DT 6-2 307 24 3 N.C. State
    98 Jefferson, Jason DT 6-1 295 26 3 Wisconsin
    91 Johnson, Spencer 6-3 286 26 5 Auburn
    99 Stroud, Marcus DT 6-6 310 29 8 Georgia

    Offense</font>

    Quarterback


    16 Baker, Matt QB 6-2 217 25 1 North Carolina
    6 Drone, Luke QB 6-1 217 23 R Illinois State
    5 Edwards, Trent QB 6-4 231 24 2 Stanford
    7 Losman, J.P. QB 6-2 212 27 5 Tulane</font>

    10 Hamdan, Gibran QB 6-4 220 27 2 Indiana

    Fullback

    49 Viti, Mike FB 5-9 236 22 R Army</font>

    45 Evans, Jonathan FB 6-1 245 26 1 Baylor
    36 Barnes, Darian FB 6-2 240 28 7 Hampton

    Offensive Line

    60 Butler, Brad OL 6-7 315 24 3 Virginia
    79 Estes, Patrick OL 6-7 310 25 4 Virginia
    65 Whittle, Jason OL 6-4 279 33 10 Missouri State
    73 Chambers, Kirk OL 6-7 315 29 4 Stanford</font>

    75 Preston, Duke OL 6-5 326 25 4 Illinois
    69 McCaskill, Nevin OL 6-4 300 24 1 Hampton
    70 Murphy, Matt OL 6-5 264 28 6 Maryland
    71 Peters, Jason OL 6-4 340 26 5 Arkansas
    77 Bell, Demetrius OL 6-5 307 24 R Northwestern
    63 Gaddis, Christian 6-1 300 23 2 Villanova
    62 Felton, Robert OL 6-4 324 23 R Arkansas
    67 Fowler, Melvin OL 6-3 310 29 7 Maryland
    66 Dockery, Derrick 6-6 330 27 6 Texas
    68 Walker, Langston 6-8 366 28 7 California

    Tight Ends

    80 Schouman, Derek 6-2 223 23 2 Boise State
    86 Fine, Derek TE 6-3 247 24 R Kansas</font>

    84 Royal, Robert TE 6-4 255 30 7 LSU
    88 Massaquoi, Tim TE 6-5 255 25 3 Michigan
    87 Johnson, Teyo TE 6-6 260 26 4 Stanford
    89 Anderson, Courtney 6-6 270 27 5 San Jose

    Wide Recievers

    19 Mayle, Scott WR 6-1 175 24 1 Ohio</font>

    81 Hardy, James WR 6-5 212 22 R Indiana
    14 Huggins, Felton WR 6-2 186 24 1 So. Louisiana
    11 Parrish, Roscoe WR 5-9 171 25 4 Miami
    82 Reed, Josh WR 5-10 210 28 7 LSU
    83 Evans, Lee WR 5-10 197 27 5 Wisconsin
    15 Jones, Jason WR 6-1 182 24 R Ark.-Pine Bluff
    13 Johnson, Steve WR 6-2 202 21 R Kentucky
    17 Jenkins, Justin WR 6-0 207 27 2 Mississippi State

    ****

    23 Lynch, Marshawn RB 5-11 215 22 2 California
    22 Jackson, Fred RB 6-1 215 27 2
    42 Hall, Bruce RB 5-11 205 23 R Mississippi
    25 Omon, Xavier RB 5-11 227 23 R NWMS
    31 Wright, Dwayne RB 5-11 228 24 2 Fresno

    Kickers

    9 Lindell, Rian K 6-3 233 31 9 Washington

    3 Fitzpatrick, D.J. P 6-2 206 25 1 Notre Dame
    8 Moorman, Brian P 6-0 172 32 8 Pittsburg State</font>

    Moorman and Lindell To Try Triathlon
    by Chris Brown, Last Updated: 5/29/2008 11:03 AM ET

    http://buffalobills.com/news/news.jsp?news_id=6104

    NFL players are competitive by nature, but Bills specialists Brian Moorman and Rian Lindell are tripling their pleasure this weekend as they are participating in the Fifth Annual Town of Pittsford Triathlon this Sunday to benefit Moorman's PUNT Foundation.

    It's not a full Ironman triathlon, but rather a sprint triathlon that consists of a 300-yard swim, 15 miles on the bike and a 5K run. Though Moorman and Lindell are professionally trained athletes the training for football is considerably different. As a result Buffalo's kicker and punter enter the event with a bit of trepidation.
     

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