Draft michael johnson una!!!!!

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  1. BigD73OT

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    Michael Johnson #52 LB 6-4 250 SR Panama City, Fla
    Ron Lenz National Defensive Player of the Year.

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  2. Tfan56

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    Buddy of mine plays on that team. They had a good season.
     
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    and who is your buddy?
     
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    Matt Hurst.
     
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    I'm 2:00 into it and nowhere has this #52 made a play. He fell on a pile of defenders, wow! No thanks, pass. I'd rather us draft a player that can at least make an appearance on film vs. these scrubs playing them.
     
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    I know Matt. Played against him in HS. I played at Coffee.

    Dude, Ive watched him live every home game for the past 4 years. He is a play maker trust me. Ask anyone who knows anything about D2 football and bring up the name Michael Johnson.
     
  7. Gut

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    Michael Johnson is a bigtime Div II player, but not a whole lot of them become much in the NFL. No doubt he's an elite player at Div II, but the NFL is a few notches up. The most important factors will be his 40, 20, 10, 20 yd shuttle, vert, bench, ect. If he has respectable NFL numbers, he'll get drafted. If he doesn't, he won't. That's how it goes.

    Every year there are big time 'prospects' from big time schools who drop significantly in the draft because their measureables are below expected....and usually those are NFL avg numbers. If you play against inferior competition and don't have ridiculous stats and very high NFL athleticism, there's a good chance you go undrafted or go mid-late depending on how far off your athleticism is and how good your stats are.

    Tell me what his athletic stats are (40, 20, 10 yd dashes, vertical jump, bench, ect) and we'd have a better idea.

    Gut
     
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    Highfived because this is the shortest Gut post of 2009.
     
  9. Gut

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    Lol...

    Actually, it's not!!!

    Gut:beer2:
     
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    High fived again for breaking your record twice in the same day.
     
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