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Prospect Watch Tonight: Toledo vs. Central Mich. (11/11)

There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84

How do you feel about LeFevour as an NFL prospect?
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84

How do you feel about LeFevour as an NFL prospect?

He'll need at least a couple of years to adjust to a Pro-style NFL offense. He's an early day-two guy, however, and has all the tools you'd look for in a potential future starter in this league.

He's an athletic guy who used to play running back in high school, so he's certainly mobile. Given time to develop, he could be successful in the NFL.
And if you just saw that play, you can see why.

LeFevour is 15/16 with just under 200 yards and 2 rushing TDs tonight.

[ Edited by OnTheClock on Nov 11, 2009 at 18:20:17 ]
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84

How do you feel about LeFevour as an NFL prospect?

He'll need at least a couple of years to adjust to a Pro-style NFL offense. He's an early day-two guy, however, and has all the tools you'd look for in a potential future starter in this league.

He's an athletic guy who used to play running back in high school, so he's certainly mobile. Given time to develop, he could be successful in the NFL.

wow, that was an impressive pass!
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84

How do you feel about LeFevour as an NFL prospect?

He'll need at least a couple of years to adjust to a Pro-style NFL offense. He's an early day-two guy, however, and has all the tools you'd look for in a potential future starter in this league.

He's an athletic guy who used to play running back in high school, so he's certainly mobile. Given time to develop, he could be successful in the NFL.

wow, that was an impressive pass!

Yes, yes it was!

Now this Schroeder guy is really impressive. I mean wow. On both of those plays I just saw him run, I saw flashes of Emmit Smith right there.

He ran for over 100 yards in his first start, and figures to be the feature back for the Chippewas for the next two seasons. It'll be interesting to see where he is projected in 2012.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
There are actually a few decent prospects you should watch for tonight. Without further adue, here are the players to keep a lookout for.


Toledo vs. Central Michigan, 8:00 PM EST (ESPN2)


Toledo:
QB Aaron Opelt, 6-2 225 4.76
SS Barry Church, 6-1 219 4.56
WR Stephen Williams, 6-5 200 4.52

Central Michigan:
QB Dan LeFevour, 6-3 238 4.84

How do you feel about LeFevour as an NFL prospect?

He'll need at least a couple of years to adjust to a Pro-style NFL offense. He's an early day-two guy, however, and has all the tools you'd look for in a potential future starter in this league.

He's an athletic guy who used to play running back in high school, so he's certainly mobile. Given time to develop, he could be successful in the NFL.

wow, that was an impressive pass!

Yes, yes it was!

Now this Schroeder guy is really impressive. I mean wow. On both of those plays I just saw him run, I saw flashes of Emmit Smith right there.

He ran for over 100 yards in his first start, and figures to be the feature back for the Chippewas for the next two seasons. It'll be interesting to see where he is projected in 2012.

That's just really tough running...or really terrible tackling

[ Edited by RollinWith21n52 on Nov 11, 2009 at 18:32:57 ]
The concern with a very talented college QB in LeFevour is his arm strength at the next level. He's going to have to prove to scouts that he can launch some of those longer out patterns with zip to get first day consideration.

[ Edited by MadDog49er on Nov 12, 2009 at 11:50:07 ]