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Florida State-bound basketball star Jordan DeMercy
paced the Norcross Blue Devils, taking second in both the high jump and the long jump.
High jump: 1. Jason Bull (Mill Creek) 6-4; 2. Jordan DeMercy (Norcross) 6-2
Long jump: 1. Steve Cash (Collins Hill) 21-11 1/4 2. Jordan DeMercy (Norcross) 21-8
|8 years ago||class of '04 - away - #8|
Noles in the NFL
Updated through September 14, 2006
Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. NFL Team Letter Yrs
Alex Barron OL 6-7 320 2 Rams 00-04
Anquan Boldin WR 6-1 215 4 Arizona 99-02
Michael Boulware S 6-3 223 3 Seahawks 99-03
Derrick Brooks LB 6-0 235 12 Buccaneers 91-94
Milford Brown OL 6-4 331 5 Cardinals 2001
Tony Bryant DE 6-6 282 7 Rams 97-98
Brodrick Bunkley DT 6-2 300 R Eagles 02-05
Jerome Carter DB 5-11 219 2 Rams 00-04
Laveranues Coles WR 5-11 193 7 Jets 96-98
Zack Crockett FB 6-2 240 12 Raiders 92-94
Antonio Cromartie DB 6-3 207 R Chargers 03-05
Chauncey Davis DE 6-2 272 2 Falcons 02-04
Darnell Dockett DT 6-4 293 3 Cardinals 99-03
Warrick Dunn RB 5-9 180 10 Falcons 93-96
Todd Fordham OL 6-5 319 10 Panthers 93-96
Derrick Gibson DB 6-2 215 6 Raiders 97-00
Montrae Holland G 6-2 322 4 Saints 98-02
Chris Hope DB 5-11 206 5 Titans 98-01
Dexter Jackson DB 6-0 210 8 Bengals 95-98
Sebastian Janikowski K 6-2 250 7 Raiders 97-99
Michael Jennings WR 5-11 181 1 Giants 99-02
Brad Johnson QB 6-5 226 15 Vikings 88-91
Travis Johnson DT 6-3 303 2 Texans 01-04
Greg Jones RB 6-1 250 3 Jags 99-03
Walter Jones OT 6-5 319 10 Seahawks 96
Bryant McFadden CB 5-11 190 2 Steelers 01-04
Adrian McPherson QB 6-3 218 2 Saints 01-02
Travis Minor RB 5-10 203 6 Dolphins 97-00
Eric Moore DE 6-4 262 2 Saints 01-04
A.J. Nicholson LB 6-1 240 R Bengals 02-05
Claudius Osei S 6-0 207 1 Giants 01-04
Scott Player P 6-2 220 9 Cardinals 91
Tommy Polley LB 6-3 230 6 Saints 97-00
Eric Powell DE 6-3 268 1 Bills 00-02
Willie Reid WR 5-10 186 R Steelers 02-05
Samari Rolle DB 6-0 175 9 Ravens 94-97
Gerard Ross CB 6-1 200 R Seahawks 02-05
Orpheus Roye DE 6-4 305 11 Browns 94-95
Corey Simon DT 6-4 293 7 Colts 96-99
Ernie Sims LB 5-11 232 R Lions 03-05
Greg Spires DE 6-1 265 9 Buccaneers 94-97
Tra Thomas OT 6-7 349 9 Eagles 94-97
Craphonso Thorpe WR 6-1 188 2 Texans 01-04
Javon Walker WR 6-3 215 5 Broncos 00-01
B.J. Ward S 6-3 208 2 Ravens 01-03
Leon Washington RB 5-8 202 R Jets 02-05
Pat Watkins S 6-5 211 R Cowboys 02-05
Chris Weinke QB 6-4 232 6 Panthers 97-00
Ray Willis OL 6-6 327 2 Seahawks 01-04
Kamerion Wimbley OLB 6-3 245 R Browns 02-05
50 Noles currently in the NFL
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FSU in Georgia lineman top 4
Sometimes committing early seems like the right thing to do. But after awhile, many recruits decide they pulled the trigger too soon. B.J. Brand is one of those players. The Coffee High School offensive lineman committed to Georgia back in January, but recently decided that he spoke too soon.
"I haven't really looked around at the other schools," said Brand, "I'm going to re-do (the commitment). I'll try to get it before signing day."
Brand lists UGA, FSU and Auburn has his top schools.
When the 6-foot-4, 323-pound guard does decide to check out other schools, Florida State will be right up there. As of now, the Georgia Junior lists Georgia, FSU, Florida, and Auburn as his top schools.
"I'm planning on going to Florida State, but we haven't decided yet," said Brand, "I think it'll be a day (trip).
"He (Dexter Carter) wants me out there. He came to the school, not to practice yet. We didn't really talk, we just met for a little while, he said he would like for me to play at FSU."
Brand says he has offers from Georgia, Florida, Auburn, and a verbal offer from Dexter Carter that took place about two weeks ago.
"I received a phone call," said Brand, "I remember talking to him about it verbal offer."
The Coffee High School big man plays right offensive guard, but also plays on the other side of the ball as a defensive tackle. But Brand says he is being recruited strictly as an offensive lineman.
Brand plans to take both the ACT and SAT this summer.
|8 years ago||class of '05 - away - #16|
E.J. Manuel to trim list
With too many offers to count, Rivals100 quarterback E.J. Manuel wants to begin narrowing his college options. The 6-foot-6, 203-pound Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside star plans to do just that in the very near future when he'll announce a shortened list.
Manuel claims his first cut will be May 16th.
"I'm planning to announce my top 10 on May 16th," he said. "Then this summer I'm going to take some visits with my dad in order to make a decision before the season. It's not 100% I'll make one before then and if it doesn't happen I'll take my officials, but I want to.
"I plan to do a lot of traveling, riding around to observe these schools. If there's no chance to visit somewhere, that doesn't mean they are out of it and I'm fine with it being across country. If I believe Oregon is the school for me, then it's not a problem to go out there."
Meanwhile, since coming away with top honors at the Elite, more colleges have offered Manuel including Penn State, Kansas State and Colorado.
Obviously Manuel has his choices, but what will help him decide in the end.
"It's going to be the coaching staff," he said. "With all of these schools out there, I've developed relationships with the coaches because they are all big-time schools."
The Virginia Beach prospect plans to attend the Nike Camp at Penn State this weekend.
Last season he accounted for 1,700 yards of offense and 12 touchdowns to just two interceptions.
|8 years ago||class of '05 - away - #18|
plus if we get Manuel theres a chance he might bring his boy along...
Wide Receiver Deion Walker
Christchurch (VA) Christchurch School
Weight: 186 pounds
40-time: 4.43 seconds
video Scouting video
Member of the Rivals100
What you need to know: Walker was one of the most recent offers extended by Florida State. The talented wide receiver has over 35 total offers now. Last season, the Rivals100 WR hauled in 47 receptions for 733 yards and eight touchdowns. On defense, he racked up 31 tackles and eight interceptions on his way to being selected first team all-state at both wide receiver and cornerback. He is friends with fellow FSU recruit, E.J. Manuel. He recently told Warchant.com in an interview that he plans to make a visit to Tallahassee in the near future.
The Competition: Florida, LSU, Virginia, Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Southern Cal, Tennessee, among others.