Monday, July 23, 2007


Returning: 4
Incoming: 1
Lost: 0

If there’s one spot the Bulldogs need not be concerned with, it’s here. Junior Bear Pascoe (6-5, 260) emerged as a star in 2006, catching 22 pas
ses for 307 yards, displaying the softest hands on the team and developing into a shutdown blocker. He’ll be NFL bound in time, as he’s already the conference’s best and among the nation's best.

ESPN Player Profile

With Isaac Kinter seeing time mostly at H-back, junior Drew Lubinsky (6-6, 250) and Jesus Tapia (6-6, 250) are the second and third options. Lubinsky was a highly-touted recruit, but so far hasn’t come close to living up to those expectations. The physical tools are there, but he has to prove he can translate that to gameday. Tapia is experienced and a solid role player, used mainly for his above average blocking ability, but isn’t likely to do anything to take a game into his hands.

Walk-on Norman Davis (6-6, 210) rounds out the lineup. Putting on a few extra pounds of muscle would be his best bet to earn playing time. True freshman Ryan Skidmore (6-5, 225), a highly-regarded pass-catching prospect waits in the wings. Skidmore has the type of talent that could allow him to make an immediate impact, but isn't necessarily going to be needed until next season.

Rating: 9 of 10

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