I picked up the latest issue of Pro Football Weekly the Draft issue. And with this I put this list together of UDFAs worth looking at. The positions are based on the need the issue put out, plus some I thought would add depth to the roster. Some of the players have made the Blogs before as late rounders. But in the book they fell to UDFAs and some didn't even get mentioned. All the players have upside or be a great backup or ST standouts.So here we go starting with O.
WR: Yes we have a good speedy group but we still don't have a possession WR so here are the one that should get a look.
B.J. Cunningham: Michigan State 6-1 209
Junior Hemingway: Michigan 6-1 225
Juron Criner: Arizona 6-4: 210
and this guy didn't make the list did the pro day but not the combine and is the one i would take in a heart beat.
Lavasier Tuinei Oregon 6-5: 206
TE:David Paulson Oregon 6-3: 243 could go in the 7th or UDFA
Brad Herman Iowa 6-4: 252
C: Grant Johnson Oregon State 6-3: 292 also played guard
Mason Cloy Clemson 6-3: 297 also played guad
RT: was on the board but fell off Mark Asper and also played RG
DT: Christian Tupou USC 6-1 301 4NT
Vaughn Meatoga Hawaii 6-1 29 4NT
SLB: Nigal Carr Alabama State 6-1 228
Tahir Whitehead Tempal 6-1 229
Emmanual Acho Texas 6-1 237 brother plays in the NFL already
CB: Yeah we went crazy in FA at this possition but there is alot of unknowns so here are some fillers.
Cliff Harris Oregon 5-11 165
D'Anton Lynn Penn State 5-11 205 father is RB coach for the Jets
Jeremy "J.J." Jones Wayne State 5-9 194 small school stand out
S: Eddie Pleasant Oregon 5-10 208 has played LB as well as RB
Dequan Manzie Alabama 5-10 195 has played CB but fits in both FS and S
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