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NFP - Prospects who should have stayed in school
Wes Bunting names five players who should have returned for another season of college football. They include DeAndre Brown, John Clay, Darren Evans, Will Hill and Thomas Keiser. It would be hard to justify saying Browns and Hill should have returned to school. Both seemed like they would have gone to the NFL after high school if they were allowed.

Sideline Scouting - Seven round mock draft
These never cease to blow my mind. With the first pick, the Panthers get Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green.

Beaver County Times - What does the future hold for the Steelers?
The AFC champions might have to reshape the right side of their offensive line, especially if Flozell Adams retires or isn't brought back. Pittsburgh also has to re-sign outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley.

Pro Football Weekly - Bowers living up to expectations
PFW looks at Da'Quan Bowers, a star since his freshman year in high school.

JBS weekly big board
Josh Buchanan, guru of small schools, has his latest big board. At the top is Villanova offensive lineman Ben Ijalana, followed by Abilene Christian wide receiver Edmond Gates. - Top 25 prospects list
You can stop holding your breath – Bucky Brooks has released his top 25 prospects. At the top is Nick Fairley, followed by Bowers, Green and Patrick Peterson.

Yahoo! Sports - The Shutdown 40: #32 - Mike Pouncey, OL, Florida
Doug Farrar breaks down the Florida interior lineman. "When you see him get legally violent with guys who are now in the NFL, it's sufficiently impressive."

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