2022 UDFA tracker

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  1. Phall

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    Congrats to Litwin! Awful spot for him though.
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    Michigan's two-year starter as the center of 2021's top o-line (and former walk-on) Andrew Vastardis is still unsigned.
     
  4. TwentyTwo

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    Right near the 60 threshold blueprint....can't have whitey exceed that. Making last year's Summer position previews was stoked about RB's ; WR's; LB's and especially DB! Thought just maybe we would see an uptick!! .....but not surprisingly here comes the gut punch! Suckered once again. It can be a bit deflating. Then you look at HS recruiting services and it's about the same Class '23 pipeline.

    Thanks everyone for this compiling the UDFA ....like Rocky B said the Preferred Walk-on's trying to earn a Scholarship.
    ..Like Iscept said ...this is exactly why CF exist and why if a was not already a poster here; then i would have been asking for answers and eventually found CF. Of course quasi-communist Goggle would have made it harder to find this stuff here.

    Borghi and Turner have that chip on the shoulder! Cant wait to see them make an impact! Watch Covey return a long punt return for another TD this coming pre season!
    Reed Blankenship((( 419 career tackles)) can huff n puff his way onto Special teams making the 53 ....if his name was Devontae Blankenship he goes Round 5....

    How bout them Colts!
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Great article. Max has the right attitude and the talent to go with it. He'll need to hang in there and not lose his motivation until/if he gets an opportunity.
     
  6. icsept

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    So, the draft “experts” are now downgrading running backs for “short limbs.” I’m just waiting for nostril circumference to become a metric; you know, because the running back can inhale more oxygen on long runs.
     
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    Short limbs, T-Rex arms, tiny hands, tight hips, boring feet, pretty soon all body parts will be covered. . .
     
  8. ximasa

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    I believe it's someone with the Colts is the reader of Caste Football. :godsdrink0nw:

    CF is his oasis by now.
     
  9. Red Raider

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    Colts 2022 haul was nice!

    WR Alec Pierce (round 2)
    OT Bernhard Raimann (round 3)
    QB Jack Coan
    RB Max Borghi
    OL Wesley Finch
    OL Alex Mollette
    OL Josh Selztner
    OT Ryan Van Demark

    DE Scott Patchan
    DE Cullen Wick
    LB Jojo Domann
    LB Forrest Rhyne
    S Trevor Denbow
    S Sterling Weatherford

    + WR Jackson Athrop and CB Evan Holm as tryouts among others!
     
  10. jacque

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    CB Evan Holm will first tryout with the jets and if he’s not signed he’ll try out with the colts
     
  11. Carolina Speed

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    Actually, I always thought that short limbs would be better suited for holding on to the ball. No wasted space. You can really tuck the ball in tight with your hands and arms. The longer the limbs the less connection to the ball. Am I correct?
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    QB EJ Perry decides on the Jaguars over the Eagles
     
  13. Extra Point

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    Short arms in a running back are good. They're less likely to fumble.
     
  14. Extra Point

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    CS beat me to it. Short arms in a running back are good.

    Claiming that short arms are a liability for running backs is a made up thing to disparage white players.
     
  15. Bucky

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    Probably a good decision by Perry. Work with Pedersen, a former QB.

    FB John Chenal to Jets.

    Haven't heard anything regarding S Colin Wilder or LB Noah Burks..
     
  16. Extra Point

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    That sure was a nice haul! They really helped their team!

    Even without whatever black players they drafted, they had to have had one of the better undrafted free agent classes.
     
  17. Jerry Reb

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    EJ Perry was one of the 9+ RAS QBs, along with Kenny Pickett.
     
  18. Aus2G

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    Jack Sorenson has signed with the bengals. Ranked in the top 10 in yards this year, still not good enough to get drafted..
     
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    Could be a good landing place and he’s a local star (Miami Ohio). Also, the HC Taylor seems fair by NFL standards. I could see him sneaking on as a 5th or 6th receiver with a great preseason or worst case the practice squad if he doesn’t.
     
  20. white lightning

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    To see guys like Borghi and Sorenson put up great stats in college yet to not be drafted is hard to take. It seems to get worse every year.

    I'm hoping that more people are waking up to how unfair whites are being treating in sports and in all aspects of life. I've said this before and I will continue to shout if from the roof tops. We need more whites to wake up. Take pride in your ethnicity, culture and traditions. This includes embracing and rooting for white sports stars at every level of sports.
     
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    NEW ORLEANS — Former South Dakota State lineman Wes Genant, a native of Parkston, earned a rookie minicamp invite with New Orleans Saints
    Genant confirmed on Twitter that he was particiapte in the Saints' rookie minicamp, which will take place from May 13-15 at the team's facility in Metairie, La.

    Thanks to redshirt and COVID-19 eligibility rules, Genant played six seasons on the SDSU roster, including from his freshman season, playing 64 games and starting 53 on the SDSU offensive line, including finishing his career at center.

    He was recognized by the Missouri Valley Football Conference as a first-team all-academic selection and earned a 3.90 grade-point average studying human biology as part of his plan to be a physician. But Genant will give an NFL mini camp a chance this weekend.

    The rookie minicamps are essentially a tryout, where players will join undrafted free agents for a mix of classroom work and field drills, getting a crash course in a given team's schemes and terminology and player responsibilities.
     
  22. Red Raider

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    Almost 3 weeks after the draft WR Tyler Snead is finally signed. Steelers picked him up, will be hard to find a role with Gunner Olszewski on the roster.

    WR Kevin Kassis signed by the Seahawks.
    WR/RB Ethan Fernea signed by the Colts.
    WR Brandon Lewis signed by the Titans.
    WR Raleigh Webb signed by the Ravens.
    LB Luke Masterson signed by the Raiders.

    Drew Hartlaub already cut by the Panthers.
    WR Jake Herslow cut by the Seahawks.
    WR Henry Litwin cut by the Bears.
     
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  23. todder

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    Max Borghi cut already.
     
  24. white lightning

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    This is horrible. How do you cut a guy without giving him a fair chance? He had over 40 touchdowns while at W.S.U. We all know he can be a running back who
    can also catch as good as he runs. The kid can also return punts or do kickoff returns. Why is this guy getting so screwed? Oh I forgot. He is white!

    Let's hope someone picks him up quicky. The Rams or Pats would be a good choice.
     
  25. jacque

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    This max Borghi situation is the worst caste screwing I’ve seen first hand
     
  26. Jerry Reb

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    This is the sort of thing that causes bigunrealitis. The Colts had a racially fair draft and white-friendly UDFA signings, now suddenly Borghi gets cut without even being given a chance to show what he can do.

    After the (then white-friendly) Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl and Caste Football wrote an article entitled "The Whitest Team Wins The Super Bowl," the Packers started on the path to being blackers (which really accelerated with this draft).
     

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