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    Cowboyscome to terms with 21 FA.

    Cowboys come to terms with 21 FA


    Jeff Adams; OT; Columbia
    Levy Adcock; OT; Oklahoma State
    Cole Beasley; WR; SMU
    Tim Benford; WR; Tennessee Tech
    George Bryan; TE; North Carolina State
    Taylor Dever; OT; Notre Dame
    Lance Dunbar; RB; North Texas
    Harland Gunn; OG; Miami
    Saalim Hakim; WR; Tarleton State
    Adrian Hamilton; LB; Prairie View A&M
    Charley Hughlett; LS; Central Florida
    Donavon Kemp; WR; UTEP
    Ronald Leary; OG; Memphis
    Isaac Madison; CB; Arkansas
    Tyrone Novikoff; OT; Idaho
    Darrell Scott; RB; South Florida
    Lionel Smith; CB; Texas A&M
    Andrew Szczerba; TE; Penn State
    Aston Whiteside; LB; Abilene Christian
    Eddie Whitley; S; Virginia Tech
    Troy Woolfolk; CB; Michigan
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    This year's Ogletree.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wQDhIWvP8s

    One of the most unique highlight reels for a WR. You see him run routes and catch. But then during kickoffs, a sudden arrow appears over a player (Kemp) right before he truckblocks one of the would-be tacklers of the other team. I couldn't figure out why Kemp's highlight reel gave the spotlight to another player returning kicks until you see the arrow appear and subsequent pancake block.

    Seems to play with attitude but also, he is wide open seemingly for 2 seconds before the QB throws it and the QB looks like he does not have a strong arm. Kemp has to round off the Go route and turn in on throws.

    Not that there is any huge possibility of Kemp making the team, but a tough player who can run all the routes and block like a rhino certainly is welcome to try,
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    I notice that while the draft was defense-heavy, the majority of UDFA signings are offensive players.
    Ronald Leary is being talked-up a lot.

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    I'm hoping az hakim's little brother gets a fair shot to make some plays during preseason.

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    Lots of love for Leary on other sites. Also, some think Hamilton could be a situational pass rusher, although he's likely really raw given he came from a really small school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheStarStillShines View Post
    Lots of love for Leary on other sites. Also, some think Hamilton could be a situational pass rusher, although he's likely really raw given he came from a really small school.
    I have heard of small schools but constitutes a "really small school"? University of Lilliput?

    I saw the Hamilton highlights and see the potential. Reminds me of Victor Butler highlights predraft.
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