College Season and the NFL season are reaching crtitical points. Now it's
time to see what these guys do in crunch time. Several players are moving
up and some are moving down. There are player rankings, a mock draft and
much much more in the revamped NFL Draft section.
LEFT: Michigan's Marquise Walker makes an incredible one
handed TD grab against Iowa. (AP Photo)
||Basketball is starting!
That means we'll be seeing top stars like Jason Williams and young freshmen
like Dajuan Wagner handle the rock and shoot the pill. Coming soon are
player rankings and also rankings by positions. But to hold you all over,
here is the preseason mock draft.
2002 NBA PRESEASON MOCK DRAFT
LEFT: Arguably the best player in
the nation, Duke's PG Jason Williams.
||Signing day may be in February but the
colleges are really hitting the recruits hard right now. Many top recruits
have given committments but more are coming. Here the country's top recruits.
PW HOT 100 FOOTBALL RECRUITS
Being a top high school recruit doesn't guarantee anything when it comes
to the NFL. Here are the high school players that look like they'll be
playing on Sundays.
2006 NFL DRAFT PREVIEW
LEFT:Ann Arbor Huron WR Carl Tabb
Who is the most talented high school
team in the country? That has to be Long Beach Poly in California. The
Jackrabbitts have about a dozen D-1 prospects on their roster. The y also
have the record for putting the most players in to the NFL. Some alumns
include Willie McGinnest, Brandon Whiting and Gene Washington. Current
college players include USC's Marvin Simmons, Stanford QB Chris Lewis and
many many others. This year's crop has some future greats. Here are the
89 - Marcedes Lewis (TE)
At 6'7, 235, Lewis runs a 4.65.
He has deadly pass catching abilities a
90 - Manuel Wright (DT)
Just one of several big boys on
this team. Wright stands 6'7 and weighs almost 300 lbs
74 - Winston Justice (OT)
6'7, 285 and just a great athlete.
Outstanding feet. Justice is one of those stud left tackles the NFL is
always looking for.
34 - Herschel Dennis (RB)
A pure speed back. Not that big
but very elusive and quick. Also catches the ball well out of the backfield.
20 - Darnell Bing (S)
May be the team's best athlete.
6'2 and 215. Can play safety and Linebacker.