Needing A Chance

Toledo safety Buddy Church was a 1st team All-MAC selection in all 4 years of his collegiate career.

Delbert Alvarado, P/K, South Florida
Can handle all three kicking phases but more experienced as a punter; Likely will lessen McBriar's summer duties.

Junior Aumavae, NT, Minnesota State
Space eater that earned first team and Newcomer of the Year honors in Division II conference.

Will Barker, OT, Virginia
Four-year starter and team captain for the Cavaliers. Can he continue in John Phillips' and Kevin Ogletree's footsteps?

Barry Church, SS, Toledo
Highly productive, earning four first-team All-MAC selections. Nine career interceptions and 26 tackles for loss.

Phil Costa, G/C, Maryland
Versatile lineman with 30 career starts - 13 at right guard, 12 at center, 5 at left guard.

Rashaun Greer, WR, Colorado State
Caught 112 passes for 1,848 yards, all coming in the last two years, but scored just three touchdowns.

Chris Gronkowski, FB, Arizona
More of an H-back type player. Brother Rob was a second-round pick of the Patriots this year.

Terrell Hudgins, WR, Elon
One of the most decorated players in FSC history. The 6-2, 236-pound target broke some of Jerry Rice's college records.

Bryan McCann, DB, SMU
His 48 career games played tops all SMU players in his recruiting class. Has 11 career interceptions and solid return stats as well.

Danny McCray, FS, LSU
More of a role player, with just 13 career starts. Backed up Chad Jones - a third-round pick.

Lonyae Miller, RB, Fresno State
Backup to first-round pick Ryan Matthews. Scored 20 career TDs in just 12 starts.

Matt Nichols, QB, Eastern Washington
Owns six Big Sky Conference records. Passed for 3,830 yards and 33 touchdowns in 12 games last season.

Chet Teofilo, G/C, California
Versatile enough to play both tackle spots, but is being projected as an interior lineman.

Mike Tepper, OT, California
All-Pac 10 selection as a senior. Has 28 career starts. Has dealt with injuries that led to six years of eligibility.

Nick Tow-Arnett, TE, Minnesota
Former walk-on developed into a regular contributor. More of a blocking tight end.

Verran Tucker, WR, California
Raw prospect that doesn't have a lot of football experience, but has good size and measurables.

Lorenzo Washington, DE, Alabama
Started all 14 games for national champions last year. Recipient of schools' Most Improved Award in 2009.

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