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Prospect Watch: (9/30 - 10/2) games.

A brief look at potential prospects from these mid-week games.


Hawaii vs. Louisiana Tech, WEDNESDAY, 8:00 EST (ESPN2)


Louisiana Tech:
DT D'Anthony Smith, 6-2 300 4.95

Hawaii:
C John Estes, 6-2 300 5.22


Colorado vs. West Virginia, THURSDAY, 7:30 EST (ESPN)

Colorado:
OT Nate Solder, 6-9 305 4.89 * JR

West Virginia:
QB Jarrett Brown, 6-2 223 4.59
OT Selvish Capers, 6-5 298 4.98
WR Alric Arnett, 6-1 189 4.49
RB Noel Devine, 5-8 176 4.34 * JR


Pittsburgh vs. Louisville, FRIDAY, 8:00 EST (ESPN2)


Pittsburgh:
DT Mick Williams, 6-0 282 4.93
DE Greg Romeus, 6-5 270 4.74 * JR
TE Nate Bynam, 6-4 265 4.76

Louisville:
WR Doug Beaumont, 5-9 178 4.46 * JR
i think that dt smith just had an int. whatabout the safety on la tech? baker might be the guys name, i dont remember but i remember the hearing about him in the offseason. that rb on tech, porter looks good too.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
i think that dt smith just had an int. whatabout the safety on la tech? baker might be the guys name, i dont remember but i remember the hearing about him in the offseason. that rb on tech, porter looks good too.

Antonio Baker is a versatile, "tweener" type DB who'll likely be a late-round guy. He's got 17.5 tackles, 1 INT, 1 FF so far this year.

I don't think Smith got the interception, but he did get a sack later on -- and was raved about as a great NFL talent with the way he used a perfect swim move to get that sack.
thanks for the info about baker. i knew i remember someone on here talking about him as an nfl prospect. i know one of their dlineman had an interception, might not have been smith but they were talking about him when it happened. someone tipped the ball on a slant.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
thanks for the info about baker. i knew i remember someone on here talking about him as an nfl prospect. i know one of their dlineman had an interception, might not have been smith but they were talking about him when it happened. someone tipped the ball on a slant.

I remember briefly discussing him last year in their bowl game as a potential riser if he played well this season. He's not a flashy player, just a solid contributor. You don't see him give up many big plays, though.

I really like the Mick Williams kid from Pitt, but we'd never draft him -- he's strictly a 4-3 guy, but I think he'd do a great job with any 4-3 team that wanted to develop him.
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