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4/28/2009

REVISED LIST OF PITT PANTHERS IN NFL CAMPS


Per KDKA, here is a revised list of 11 Pitt Panthers that will be incoming to NFL camps this summer, and how they were acquired. Needless to say, this makes for one happy Wannstache, who can tout this to high school juniors and seniors on his never-ending tour of area high schools.

P Dave Brytus: Baltimore (free agent)
RB Conredge Collins: Tampa Bay (free agent)
OG C.J. Davis: Carolina (free agent)
DT Rashaad Duncan: Tampa Bay (free agent)
P Adam Graessle: Green Bay (free agent)
WR Derek Kinder: Chicago (7th round pick)
K Conor Lee: St. Louis (free agent)
RB LeSean McCoy: Philadelphia (2nd round pick)
LB Scott McKillop: San Francisco (5th round pick)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howlings: Arizona (7th round pick)
S Eric Thatcher: Cincinnati (free agent)

PITT 2009 ROOKIE CLASS IN NFL CAMPS [KDKA/PSI]

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3 comments:

The Duke from Dukes Court said...

Having a bunch of guys signed as undrafted rookie free agents isn't anythign to brag to a recruit about. If any of these guys make an impact in the NFL, that is a different story.

Is it just me or do the Niners seem to draft guys from Pitt?

johnny said...

I thought that Estermyer signed as long-snapper for the Steelers as well.

As much as it's better to get players drafted, every college football player just wants a shot at the next level. I fail to see how being given the opportunity to earn an NFL paycheck is not a recruiting tool. For all intents and purposes the guys drafted after the 4th round or so are pretty expendable and not necessarily guaranteed anything beyond the practice squad, anyway.

art said...

http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/school?name=p&draftyear=2009&action=login&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fnfldraft%2fdraft%2ftracker%2fschool%3fname%3dp%26draftyear%3d2009

From the ESPN schedule listing players drafter and also free agent signings. Pitt and Penn State very close. Wait and see who develops into better NFL players. Even the biggest Pitt fans must be pulling for AQ Shipley now that he is a Steeler.