Small Schools and Small Roles Doesn't Mean Small Talent

Cadmar BluntContributor IDecember 27, 2009

CHATTANOOGA, TN - DECEMBER 17: Terrell Hudgins attendsThe 23rd Annual Football Championship Subdivision Awards Presentation on December 17, 2009 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. (Photo by Moses Robinson/Getty Images)
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WR) Terrell Hudgins, has never had less than a 1,000 yards receiving in all four years and has caught for a 100+ yards twice in his collegiate career. In his final year he had at least 100yrds receiving in all but 2 games. He has 123 receptions for 1,633 yards and 16 TDs. He is 6’2 236 pounds and knows how to use his body to angle himself in position on the defender so that only he can make a play on the ball, but maybe the best thing is how well he comes out of his breaks. That is one the hardest things for a big receiver to learn how to do.

(ILB) Jacob Cutrera, is 6’3 240 pounds from LSU and does one thing really well and that is knock people out. He is the classic middle line backer. He doesn’t have a lot of flash but he does have some big play ability in him because he understands how to play the position. He is great against the run and good against the pass also, but because he doesn’t have the great speed he is overlooked, but he is right for any system.

(QB) Rusty Smith should start turning heads when the senior bowl comes around. He owns just about every major passing stat that FAU has and the Sunbelt league’s players of the year in ‘07. He is great at 6’5, 230 pounds with a strong arm and can scramble. Forget the small school and lack of competition because he can play

(RB/KR) Brandon James is undersized in every way but is just a blur as he blasts by defenders. He has great return skills and pretty good hands. He is never going to be an every down back, however if anyone needs a solid special teamer, this is the guy.

C. Blunt