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Here are some guys I'd be targeting when the CBA issue is taken care of:

CB Kendric Burney, North Carolina - my top target, get him in
CB Duenta Williams, North Carolina - surprised neither NC CB was drafted
OT David Mims, Virginia Union - I know some guys here liked him
OLB Kendric Burney, Marshall
C Jake Kirkpatrick, TCU
G Jarriel King, South Carolina
SS Deandre McDaniel, Clemson
WR Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State
WR Dane Sanzenbacher, OSU
G Zachary Hurd, UConn
K Kai Forbath, UCLA

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OLB Nick Bellore, Central Michigan - this kid can play
OT Cameron Bradfield, Grand Valley - practice squad target
OLB Eric Gordan, Michigan State
TE Charlie Gantt, Michigan State
TE Ben Thayer, Eastern Michigan
WR Mark Dell, Michigan State

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May 1st, 2011, 2:01 am
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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
Pablo wrote:
Here are some guys I'd be targeting when the CBA issue is taken care of:

CB Kendric Burney, North Carolina - my top target, get him in

OLB Kendric Burney, Marshall


I supposed I could just check but is that a typo or do those guys really have the exact same name?

Also ,I would Add Mark Herzlich


May 1st, 2011, 3:40 am
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Herzlich would be a nice signing. Burney seems like an Alphonso Smith type

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May 1st, 2011, 4:29 am
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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
Here are some free agents I hope get brought into camp by the Lions.

LB,Nick Bellore, Central Michigan,

C,Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State

WR Ricardo Lockette ,Forth Valley State

DB,Kenderic Burney,North Carolina

OL,Joshua Davis,Georgia

LB,Mark Herlich,Boston College

LB,Scott Lutrus ,Connecticut

LB ,Orie Lemon,Oklahoma State

SS,Deandre McDaniel,Clemson

C,Kris O Dowd, USC

DB,Deunta Williams,North Carolina,


May 1st, 2011, 8:58 am
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I'm stunned Sanz didn't get selected. Someone is going to get a difference maker.

That being said since they are FA can anyone sign them!?

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May 1st, 2011, 9:29 am
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Wow, Justen Boren is out there as well. Semi local right?

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May 1st, 2011, 9:32 am
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Orie Lemon will be a steal for whoever gets him. Hopefully we can.


May 1st, 2011, 10:01 am
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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
From Great Blue North Draft Report, their top UDFA players out of their Top 300 available in this years draft. I've bolded the ones I'd like to see invited to camp.


DeAndre McDaniel FS Clemson
Pat Devlin QB Delaware
Jeron Johnson FS Boise State
Deunta Williams FS North Carolina (X)
Ray Dominquez OT Arkansas
Mark Herzlich LB Boston College (X)
Terrance Tolliver WR LSU
Pierre Allen DE Nebraska
Ian Williams DT Notre Dame
Kris O'Dowd C Southern California (X)
Derrick Locke RB Kentucky
Adrien Moten LB Maryland
Joe Lefeged FS Rutgers
Ricardo Lockette WR Fort Valley State
Cedric Thornton DT Southern Arkansas
Jarriel King OT South Carolina
Ugo Chinasa DE Oklahoma State
Zach Hurd OG UConn
Tim Barnes C Missouri
Josh Byrnes LB Auburn
Brandon Bair DE Oregon (DT)
Martin Parker DT Richmond
Noel Devine RB West Virginia
Ryan Jones CB Northwest Missouri State
Nick Bellore LB Central Michigan
Mario Harvey LB Marshall
Willie Smith OT East Carolina
Scott Lutrus LB UConn
*Jerrard Tarant FS Georgia Tech
*Tori Gurley WR South Carolina
Alex Wujciak LB Maryland
*Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina (O)
*Will Hill FS Florida
Kendric Burney CB North Carolina
Kai Forbath PK UCLA
Terrance Turner WR Indiana
Alex Linnenkohl C Oregon State
Ryan Winterswyck DE Boise State
Orie Lemon LB Oklahoma State
Sealver Silga DT Utah
Henry Hynoski FB Pittsburgh
Kyle Hix OT Texas
Scott Tolzein QB Wisconsin
Ryan Donahue P Iowa
David Sims SS Iowa State
Justin Boren OG Ohio State

Brian Duncan LB Texas Tech
Adam Grant OT Arizona
Ollie Ogbu DT Penn State
Zane Taylor C Utah
Jeremiha Hunter LB Iowa
Mike McNeill TE Nebraska
Andrew Rich SS BYU
Josh Portis QB Californai (PA)
*Darren Evans RB Virginia Tech (X)
Adrian Taylor DT Oklahoma (X)
Josh Jasper PK LSU
Devon Torrence CB Ohio State
Peanut Joseph LB Temple
Mana Silva FS Hawaii
Jerrod Johnson QB Texas A&M
*DeAndre Brown WR Southern Mississippi
Bryant Browning OG Ohio State
Schuyler Oordt TE Northern Iowa
Quentin Davie LB Northwestern
Mario Fannin RB Auburn
Andre Holmes WR Hillsdale
Derrell Smith LB Syracuse
Dane Sansenbacher WR Ohio State
Chas Henry P Florida
Colby Whitlock DT Texas Tech
Stephen Friday DE Virginia Tech
Charlie Gantt TE Michigan State
*Tom Keiser LB Stanford (DE)
Brandon Saine RB Ohio State
Taylor Potts QB Texas Tech
Zac Etheridge SS Auburn
*John Clay RB Wisconsin
Ryan Colburn QB Fresno State
Ladi Ajiboye DT South Carolina
Josh Davis OT Georgia
Jeff Van Camp QB Florida Atlantic
Nate Williams SS Washington
Anthony Gray DT Southern Missisippi
Marshall Williams WR Wake Forest
Eric Gordon LB Michigan State (SS)

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May 1st, 2011, 10:51 am
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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
deaunte williams wasnt drafted because of a broken leg he suffered in there bowl game and couldnt do anything for scouts or play in any allstar games.he is gonna be a steal for someone and is better talent wise then anything we have on our roster.they may bring him in because he can play both sides and the lions staff likes that.and i know we will be signing ol for camp we always do and i like bartholomew at center.i,m gonna post my top 10 prospects at corner and linebacker tonite.its so much better then this year.


May 1st, 2011, 12:26 pm
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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
It's confirmed, there will be no UDFA signings till the FA period begins... whenever that is.

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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
I was actually surprised that Duenta Williams wasn't drafted in spite of the injury. When healthy, the dude can play and I'd love to see the Lions sign him. As for the other big name undrafted safety, DeAndre McDaniel, I wouldn't touch him. He's too much of a headcase and that's why he dropped. I also wouldn't mind bringing in LB Mark Herzlich or C Tim Barnes.

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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
Herzlich is a favorite of mine and I hope we bring him in but I see him signing with NE. I also like Kris O'Dowd, Mario Fannin and Denuta Williams.


May 1st, 2011, 8:55 pm
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http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/09000d5d ... _spotlight

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Pat Kirwan's best undrafted players

On opening weekend of the 2010 regular season, there were 59 undrafted free agents on 53-man rosters. A number of those players made huge impacts for their teams.

Undrafted free-agent running back LeGarrette Blount rushed for 1,007 yards, the most by a rookie in 2010. Chris Ivory was pressed into action when injuries to Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas forced the undrafted rookie running back into the starting lineup for the defending Super Bowl champion Saints. In Week 5, Max Hall's first career start, the undrafted rookie QB led the Cardinals to a shocking upset win over the defending champion Saints. Undrafted cornerback Sam Shields had two interceptions in the Packers' NFC Championship Game win over the Bears.

Could some of this year's undrafted players have similar impacts in the 2011 season?

Here is my list of the top players that are still available after the conclusion of the 2011 NFL Draft, but currently are unable to sign with team due to the lockout:

1. Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware: Devlin was a Penn State transfer who played very well at the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) level, throwing for 3,032 yards, 22 touchdowns and three interceptions. Devlin has good size (6-3, 225 pounds) and arm strength.

2. Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina: Burney possesses good coverage ability and plays well against the run, but lacks ideal speed for the position; Burney ran a 4.75-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine.

3. Deandre McDaniel, SS, Clemson: McDaniel had a good 2010 season, recording a team-high four interceptions. A highly touted player entering the draft, McDaniel lacks top-notch speed (4.65-second 40-yard dash at combine) and has trouble in man coverage.

4. Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn: Adams was an early entry player who doesn't have great speed, but does a very good job of catching the ball in traffic.

5. Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College: If Herzlich would have been available in the 2009 draft, he would have been a top 10 or 15 pick. In May of 2009, Herzlich was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, and after missing the entire season, returned to the field in 2010. Herzlich participated in practice just three times before playing in Boston College's 2010 season opener. He's a strong player (29 bench-press reps at the combine), and is very good at diagnosing plays (his four interceptions are evidence of that ability). He's a special player as far as work habits, and appears to slowly be regaining his speed and quickness.

6. Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame: Williams was a three-year starter for the Irish. He's very strong (31 bench-press reps at combine), understands leverage, but is just an average pass rusher.

7. Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU: A big receiver (6-4, 214 pounds) with 4.59 speed, Toliver tends to be a body catcher, allowing passes to get to his body rather than his hands. He had a good performance at LSU's pro day.

8. Ricardo Lockette, WR, Fort Valley State: Lockette was one of the fastest players at the combine, running a 4.37-second 40-yard dash. At Fort Valley State, Lockette displayed average hands; he'd make a great catch, then drop an easy one.

9. Orie Lemon, LB, Oklahoma State: Lemon is a strong inside player who can probably only play two downs in the NFL because he lacks coverage speed.

10. Scott Lutrus, LB, Connecticut: Clocked at 4.68 in the 40 at the combine, he runs well for an inside linebacker. However, Lutrus has a history of experiencing stingers.

11. Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky: At 5-foot-8 and 188 pounds, Locke does not have great size. He averaged 5.3 yards per carry in his final season at Kentucky and is also a good kick returner. In high school, Locke had a 3,000-yard season.

12. Nick Bellore, LB, Central Michigan: Bellore made a ton of tackles for the Chippewas over his college career, with 90 last season and more than 400 total. He looked good in the position drills at the combine and ran a 4.84 40.

13. Joe Lefeged, DB, Rutgers: Lefeged contributed on both defense and special teams for the Scarlet Knights, serving as a returner and also especially adept at blocking kicks (four last season and seven in his college career).

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Post Re: Undrafted FA Target List
DeAndre McDaniels. Dude's a playmaker back in the secondary, but he's got some character concerns that I think dropped him.
Kendric Burney is another guy I'd like to try out.
Nick Belore, decent backup at worst
David Mims, thought they'd take him instead of Culbreath

Justin Boren is evil incarnate and I want nothing to do with him.

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