December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p46
The article presents information related to football. Though he hasn't received much attention, Colorado State's David Anderson may have the best hands in this year's class. Florida State's Brodrick Bunkley is a hard-nosed trench warrior who plays with a mean streak. An effective run stuffer, he also can get into the backfield and pressure the quarterback. Tye Hill is a stud and should be a top 25 pick. At 5-10, 180, he's short for the position but has blistering 4.39 speed and is built like a rock.


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