Scouting the Humanitarian Bowl: Ga. Tech vs Tulsa

Scouting the Humanitarian Bowl: Ga. Tech vs Tulsa

Ahhhh...the game played on a blue field! With the uniforms Georgia Tech wears it may be virtually impossible to pick out any of their players. Tech does have a lot of prospects no one talks about but solid players for the next level that will be first day picks. And after four dreary years Tulsa finally has a winning record and bowl appearance.

Georgia Tech Pos Number Year Ht Wt 40
Jonathan Cox CB 23 4Sr 5-9 180 4.51
Potential dime back at the next level.
Nat Dorsey T 70 3Jr 6-5 330 5.24
Big athlete that moves well and dominates the opposition. A bit clumsy presently and must learn to use his size but great upside for the next level.
John Foschi TE 89 4Sr 6-4 265 5.02
Blocking tight end with marginal pass catching skills.
Keyaron Fox OLB 54 4Sr 6-2 223 4.61
Explosive outside linebacker productive three years running. One of the most underrated players at his position.
Greg Gathers DE 55 5Sr 6-0 250 4.72
Solid pass rusher whose career may have come to an end due to a kidney ailment.
Hugh Reilly C 67 5Sr 6-4 288 5.35
Solid center better in a small area.
Daryl Smith ILB 51 4Sr 6-2 234 4.72
Tough inside 'backer constantly around the ball. Decent size for the next level and can play in a variety of schemes.
Jonathan Smith WR 82 4Sr 5-10 184 4.58
Very productive receiver that does not get the credit he deserves. Lacks the top size/speed numbers and moved around the field as a junior. Solid third/fourth receiver at the next level.
 
Tulsa Pos Number Year Ht Wt 40 Report
Jorma Bailey S 32 4Sr 5-10 195 4.63  
Plays outside linebacker but a potential back-up safety/special teams type.
Romby Bryant WR 82 4Sr 6-1 181 4.40  
Excellent size/speed numbers and a prospect growing into the position.
Montiese Culton WR 84 4Jr 6-1 180 4.51  
Solid hands and a potential slot or fourth receiver at the next level.
Jeff Thibodeaux S 24 3Jr 5-11 178 4.51  
Flashes ability at safety.

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