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(In the same vein) The Final Six
We had 24 Seniors walk onto the field last week. Of those 24, there were six that are the last of Brad Wright's recruits and the last recruited as FCS talent.

3 were impact players
RB - Terrence Franks
CB - Craig Mager
OL - Charlie Will Tuttle

The other 3 were role players but did have a lot of PT over the years.
TE - David Lewis
OL - Colin Fissell
LB/ST - Drew Hamilton

These are the guys that went through 4 different classifications/conferences in their 5 years.

The other 18 were walk-ons, transfers, JUCOs and (all) Frans recruits.
(This post was last modified: 11-26-2014 11:32 PM by CatMom.)
11-26-2014 11:28 PM
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RE: (In the same vein) The Final Six
Kind of puts things in perspective. Im glad we could give these FCS guys 2 winning FBS seasons and possibly the programs first bowl game, they deserve it.
11-27-2014 08:51 PM
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