here's part two of the FA
OLB - Keith Darbut - Baldwin-Wallace
Height: 6-4 - Weight: 230 - 40-Time: 4.40
* Second-team d3football.com NCAA Division III All-North Region selection.
* First-team ohiocollegefootball.com All-Ohio Division III choice.
* 2010 Ohio Athletic Conference Paul J. Hoernemann Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman.
* 2010 First-Team All-OAC selection.
* 2010 team captain
* Finished second in the OAC with 10.5 quarterback sacks and led team with 19.5 tackles for lost yardage.
* Four-year letterwinner
2007/2010 - 37 GP - 82 TKL - 26.5 TFL - 21.0 SACK - 3 PD
QB - Scott Tolzien - Wisconsin
Height: 6-3 - Weight: 205 - 40-Time: 4.93
Honors and Awards:
2010: Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner ... second-team All-Big Ten (coaches) and honorable mention All-Big Ten (media) ... Team MVP ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Preseason: Placed on watch lists for Maxwell Award, Manning Award, Davey O'Brien Award and Unitas Golden Arm Award ... named second-team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and fourth-team by Phil Steele ... nominee for Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ...
2009: Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches) ... UW Wayne Souza (Offense) Coaches' Appreciation Award ... second-team Midseason All-Big Ten (Phil Steele) ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (letterwinner in at least their second academic year at their institution; student-athlete must have minimum GPA of 3.7 or higher for the previous academic year) ... Academic All-Big Ten
Career: Holds school records for career completion percentage at .681 (min. 300 att.) and career QB efficiency rating of 153.2 (min. 300 att.) ... fourth at UW with 5,271 career passing yards and 410 career completions ... sixth at Wisconsin with 32 career passing touchdowns ... seventh at Wisconsin with 5,262 yards of total offense in career and 602 career pass attempts
2007/2010 - 29 GP - 410 COMP - 602 ATT - 5,271 YDS - 68.1 COMP% - 21 TD - 18 INT
S - Ron Parker - Newberry
Height: 6-0 - Weight: 206 - 40-Time: 4.46
Began his college career at Indepence J.C. (KS) and redshirted after graduating from Beaufort (SC) High School in '05. Also redshirted in '07 after transferring to Newberry College in the SAC.
'08 saw game action in 10 games, and tallied 36 tackles. In '09, he led the team with 83 tackles, 11 TFLs, 6 interceptions, 13 total PDS. During his final year as a RS Junior in 2010, he tallied 59 tackles, 2 TFLs, 5 interceptions, 4 other PDs, 3 FRs and a FF.
Surprise RS Junior declaree for the 2011 draft, who is as athletically gifted as any safety in this draft. Ran a 4.36-4.40 at the Newberry Pro Day, and also recorded a 4.11 SS, 14 reps, a 6.17 3-cone, a 9'7" broad jump and will follow up soon at the Coastal Carolina Pro Day.
Played in the Cactus Bowl and did well. Ron was interviewed 3/19/11 by CDS, see "Radio/Interviews."
Versatile safety who played in a 4-4-3 set in DII and was able to cover the whole area back there. Hands for the pick, and is a ballhawk, centerfielder type. Very athletic.
Not real big and has rarely been tested by pro caliber receivers. Will not be an enforcer. Has the look of a career nickle or dime.
6-7th rounder, who is still under the radar.
sorry can't fine his stats lol if u can find his stats can post it up on a comment
DE - Marc Schiechl - Colorado School of Mines
Height: 6-2 - Weight: 252 - 40-High: 4.75
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season and named an All-American the past two years. Senior totals included 66/19/12 after putting up totals of 58/13/7 as a junior. Posted 13.5 sacks and 21 tackles for loss as a sophomore. Ended his college career as the NCAA Division II career leader in sacks with 46.
Positive: Relatively athletic college defensive end who makes a tremendous amount of plays behind the line of scrimmage. Plays with good lean, gets off the snap with a nice first step and displays an array of moves with his hands to protect himself. Quickly changes direction, fluid moving in every area of the field, and easily gets out to the sidelines in pursuit of the action. Can bend off the edge and keeps his feet moving up the field. Smart, intense football player who does more than just pin his ears back and drive up the field. Occasionally lined up as a two-gap end. Adequate skills moving in reverse on zone blitzes.
Negative: Out-positioned or controlled at the point by blockers once engaged by linemen. Takes a lot of wide angles around opponents. Lacks an explosive closing burst.
Analysis: Schiechl was a tremendous small school defender and has enough athleticism to play at the next level as a one-gap defensive end or 3-4 outside linebacker.
can't find his stats to either lol
OLB - Mario Addison - Troy
Height: 6-3 - Weight: 245 - 40-Time: 4.78
Bio: Junior college transfer who broke into the starting lineup as senior, finishing the year with 47/15.5/10.5.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who projects to outside linebacker in the NFL. Explosive, plays with good pad level, and fluid moving down the line of scrimmage to string plays laterally. Plays with good quickness, easily changes direction, and squeezes through double-team blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Needs to improve his technique. Easily controlled at the point by a single blocker. Primarily used up the field and rarely asked to drop into space.
Analysis: Addison was a productive pass rusher the only year he started at Troy and offers the size/speed numbers as well as the athleticism to make the transition to outside linebacker.
2006/2010 - 25 GP - 79 TKL - 21.5 TFL - 13.0 SACK
OT - Curt Porter - Jacksonville State
Height: 6-7 - Weight: 315 - 40-Time: 5.52
Biography: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference and All-American honors as a senior. Played both tackle spots at Jacksonville State.
Positives: "Tall, heavy-footed offensive tackle who is best in a small area. Bends his knees, blocks with a wide base, and is large enough to turn defenders off the ball. Gets after blocks, actively uses his hands, and keeps his feet moving. Stays square and effectively uses his frame to shield defenders from the action. Does a good job blocking with leverage for such a large man."
Negatives: Lacks footwork sliding out off the edge. Struggles to adjust and exploited by speed rushers. Stiff and ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Porter is a size prospect who did well on the small school level but offers limited upside for the next level.
WR - Demario Ballard - Western Oregon
Height: 6-6 - Weight: 219 - 40-Time: 4.50
As a 5th year senior at Western Oregon he played in 9 games and caught 35 balls for 620 yards (17.7 ypc) and had 5 TDs with a long of 63. He has no stats in 2009, 2007 or 2006. In 2008, he played in 11 games and caught 35 balls for 566 yards (16.2 ypc) and had 7 TDs and a long of 57.
OLB - Eric Gordon - Michigan State
Height: 6-0 - Weight: 225 - 40-Time 4.55
Bio: Four-year starter who finished his senior season with 92/6.5/2 while also intercepting one pass and breaking up two more. Junior totals included 92/7.5/3.5.
Positive: Hard-working, competitive linebacker with a terrific head for the game. Diagnoses plays, quickly recognizes assignments, and remains disciplined. Breaks down well, gets depth on pass drops, and collapses from the outside to defend the run. Fluid moving in every direction of the field. Takes on blockers and uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Lacks classic linebacker size. Not a great pursuit linebacker.
Analysis: Gordon was a tremendous linebacker on the college level and possesses the intensity as well as intelligence to overcome his lack of size. He can be a solid fit as a backup outside linebacker in a conventional defense and comes with a special teams mentality.
2006/2010 - 51 GP - 332 TKL - 29.5 TFL - 9.5 SACK - 9 PD - 2 INT
LB - Jeff Tarpinian - Iowa
Height: 6-2 - Weight: 235 - 40-Time: 4.56
2006/2010 - 39 GP - 97 TKL - 2.5 TFL - 2.0 SACK - 2 PD
OLB - Mark Herzlich - Boston College
Height: 6-4 - Weight: 244 - 40-Time: 4.91
Bio: Three-year starter awarded the ACC's Brian Piccolo Award as a senior after finishing the season with 65 tackles, 3.5 tackles, and 4 interceptions. Sat on the sidelines in 2009 after being diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. All-Conference and All-American recipient as a junior in 2008, when he led Boston College with 110 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 6 interceptions, and 8 pass break-ups. Sophomore totals included 97/12/1.5.
Positive: One-time highly rated prospect who was slowed by injury and illness the past two years. At the top of his game Herzlich is a playmaker on defense who goes sideline to sideline chasing plays or forcing the action up the field. Gets depth on pass drops, remains disciplined with coverage assignments, and shows skill over the tight end or covering ball carriers out of the backfield. Sells out on the blitz and is tough to stop up the field. Breaks down well and uses his hands correctly. Instinctive and effectively diagnoses the action.
Negative: Lost a lot of quickness and speed upon his return in 2010. Struggles getting off blocks. Displayed a minimal burst. Had difficulty making plays with his back to the ball. Lost a step of speed and was not able to go sideline to sideline.
Analysis: Herzlich, justifiably considered a potential top ten pick before his illness of 2009, valiantly returned to the football field last year and was one of the better stories from college football. His play on the field was not as explosive or quick as previous years and right now Herzlich projects as a two-down, run-defending inside linebacker for a team willing to take a chance on him late in the draft.
2006/2010 - 55 GP - 314 TKL - 31.5 TFL - 5.0 SACK - 18 PD - 7 INT