Will Rennie and Reshad go or stay?

So with the bowl game done, we’re at that annual point on Georgia’s football calendar where a few underclassmen deliberate entering the NFL draft.

A year ago, of course, Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno and Asher Allen jumped at the opportunity.

This time, at least two players –  linebacker Rennie Curran and safety Reshad Jones — are tempted to do likewise.

If you want a guess, mine would be that both players will go.  But both insist they haven’t  made a decision, and their public comments remain  noncommittal.

“The closer I get to it, the harder [the decision] gets,” Curran said. “I love my teammates, love being here, love Coach [Mark] Richt. . . . I wish I didn’t have to deal with it.”

They have to deal with it pretty soon.

The NFL’s deadline for eligible underclassmen to enter the draft is Jan. 15, but a couple of other dates might be more significant in the process for Curran and Jones, both juniors:

–  Jan. 7: That’s the first day of spring-semester classes at Georgia. If a player turns pro, he’ll spend the semester training for the draft rather than in school.  So whether to return to class and the “full swing” of school on the 7th will weigh on his timetable, Curran said.

– And whatever date Georgia  hires a new defensive coordinator: Richt has said he expects that to be around the first week of January. Both Curran and Jones say their plan is to talk with the new DC before making or finalizing their decisions.  Both players’ position coaches were fired early this month –  John Jancek in Curran’s case and Willie Martinez in Jones’.

Jones came close to entering the 2009 draft as a third-year sophomore, changing his mind several times before opting at the deadline to remain in school.  At the time, he strongly hinted that he’d  enter the 2010 draft.

“I still haven’t made that decision yet,”  Jones  said after Monday night’s Independence Bowl. “I’ll go home and talk to my coaches and talk to my family.” He said he might have a decision “probably in a week or so.”

Neither Curran nor Jones would figure to be drafted in the first round.  Both say they have not yet received the requested NFL projection of their draft potential, but both also say that projection won’t necessarily drive their decision anyway.

“I’m just trying to make the best possible decision,” Curran said. “The good thing is, no one has been putting pressure on me at all –- except for the fans. I love them to death. I’d like to be able to give them some concrete answers, but I just can’t.”

Your thoughts on whether they go or stay and, if they go, what round they would be drafted in?

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December 30th, 2009
6:12 am

Let’s talk Play-Offs.

ACC this football season is 10-14 against other BCS teams, so far.

Big XII this football season is 4-8 against other BCS teams, so far.

Big 10 this football season is 6-9 against other BCS teams, so far.

Mountain West Conference is 7-9 against BCS teams, so far.

PAC-10 this football season is 9-7 against other BCS teams, so far.

Big East this football season is 10-7 against other BCS teams, so far.

SEC this football season is 11-5 against other BCS teams, so far.

The 3 Conferences, ACC, Big XII and Big 10, who are WORSE than the Mountain West Conference in games against BCS teams this season so far, has some explaining to do as to why they deserve some automatic anything – not giving the Mountain West Conference an opportunity to continue to beat the crap out of the ACC, Big XII and Big 10.

Big XII has to win tonight against the PAC-10.

All season long, here are the ONLY WINS by the Big XII over a BCS team :

Oklahoma State before NCAA ruled player not eligible beat unranked UGA.

Oklahoma beat none. Lost to Miami of Florida 9-4.

Texas Tech beat none. Played none.

Texas A&M beat none. Lost to Arkansas and to Georgia.

Baylor beat 7-5 U Conn. Lost to Weak Forest 5-7.

Kansas beat Duke 5-7.

Colorado beat none. Lost to West Virginia.

Iowa State beat none. Lost to Iowa.

Kansas State beat none. Lost to UCLA.

Missouri beat Illinois.

Nebraska beat none. Lost to Virginia Tech.

Texas beat none. Played none.

The Major Reason why the BCS is under fire is that these 3 suck conferences, ACC, Big 10 and Big XII do NOT do as well as the Mountain West Conference against BCS teams.

Nebraska, supposedly the 2nd best Big XII team, plays tonight.

Nebraska had better win for the sake of the Big XII.

Nebraska, whose NCAA Official Strength of Schedule was Number 46 before the bowls (GA tek SoS # 51 before the bowls), played Eight (8) games against “opponents” not even in a bowl game. (GA tek played 6 games against “opponents” not even in a bowl game.

Nebraska ALWAYS schedules teams who are NO DAMN GOOD.

Nebraska that is ALL they EVER do.

Nebraska beat no BCS team all season long.

Nebraska beat no ranked team.

Nebraska lost to the only BCS team they played outside the sorry Big XII.

Nebraska played 8 games against “opponents” who are NOT in a bowl game.

Nebraska, for all this, is Ranked # 22 in the Polls and got to play Texas for the Big XII Championship.

Because Texas won, they get to play Alabama, instead of TCU.

TCU of the Mountain West Conference has A FAR BETTER CLAIM than does Texas of the lousy sorry Big XII, to be playing Alabama.

And, if we had an 8-team Play-Off this season based upon BCS Rankings, the ACC would NOT even have a team in the PLAY-OFFS.

We don’t need 2 bowl games tonight. 1 is plenty.

We didn’t need 2 bowl games last night either. Again, 1 would have been more than plenty.

And, we don’t need 5 bowl games tomorrow night for God’s sake.

There are another 5 Friday. Good Lord.

And, another 5 on Saturday. We don’t need 5 bowl games in a day.

You cannot watch them all. It’s not possible. It waters down the bowl games.

The Bowl Games will exist AFTER the Play-Off is implemented.

Unless you do a 64-team Play-Off like Men’s Basketball, for example (65 play-in.)

There are 34 Bowl Games.

If you did an 8-team Play-Off and Started the Week after the Conference Championships (CHUMPionships in the cases of the ACC and Big XII), then you would play :

4 Bowl Games without a damn month or month and a half, the week after The SEC Championship Game. Both of those teams would be in the 8-team Play-Offs the following week.

Play-Off Games are on Saturdays, not Fridays or Thursdays or Mondays.

8-Team Play-Off AND BOWLS continue otherwise, just get rid of

5 Boise State plays 4 Cincinnati, first Saturday. Dec 12.

6 Florida plays 3 TCU, first Saturday. Dec 12.

8 Ohio State plays 1 Alabama, second Saturday. Dec 19.

7 Oregon plays 2 Texas, second Saturday. Dec 19.


4 Cincinnati (if wins) plays 1 Alabama, third Saturday Dec 26.

3 TCU plays 2 Texas (if Texas beats Oregon which they would not.) Dec 26.

NOTE all the other bowl games, just continue on as planned and as they always have.

NOTE the ACC is NOT in the 8-team PLAY-OFF.

This is because the Mountain West Conference is BETTER than the stinking ACC.

The Mountain West is a better conference than the Big XII and the Big 10 Conferences too, but at least in the Big XII and in the Big 10, they have fans who follow college football.

The ACC doesn’t even have any fans who even follow the game of college football.



If you want the Rose Bowl to have a game on the following Saturday January 2, have at it. They have always sent the LOUSY Big 10 to the Rose Bowl. What a crock.

Now, the Rose Bowl would actually get a TEAM for a damn change.

The Orange Bowl can go away for all I care. It has horrible ratings. It has horrible teams. It is in CRIME-RIDDEN Miami where NO ONE IS SAFE. No one goes, and it has the WORST ATTENDANCE of any Major Bowl Game. The Peach Bowl is a better bowl, for example.

The Sugar Bowl, since no one wants to play The Mighty SEC, always gets a crap team. Hawaii, please. Notre Dame, good Lord. Virginia Tech, I mean a lot of the time, the Sugar Bowl is LEFT with the dredges because NO ONE WANTS TO PLAY THE SEC in the Sugar Bowl.

So, the Sugar Bowl gets a good team as the opponent for the Sugar Bowl for a damn change, too.

Fiesta Bowl NEVER has been a MAJOR BOWL. That’s B.S. in the firs place. Just get rid of it too.

As far as I am concerned you can get rid of all the Major Bowl Games.

That is what the 8-TEAM PLAY-OFFS ARE. Anyway. Just drop the Major Bowls. They are the ones who DON’T WANT A PLAY-OFF.

Let the damn Peach Bowl BID against the Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Rose Bowl and Orange Bowl for the 8-TEAM PLAY-OFF BOWL GAMES. Let every bowl bid against each other. Whoever ponies up the most money, gets the game.

We will still watch these other bowl games, like Nebraska playing Arizona tonight.

Just get rid of some bowl games where there are 2 in one night to try to watch.

Or, get rid of some of the 3 days we have 5 bowl games no one can possibly follow; yet, those are supposedly the better bowls.

I think this will work.

Just the damn sorry ACC out in the cold.

And, gets rid of the bias of the Big XII and Big 10 and ACC over the Mountain West Conference, which is better than all 3 of those conferences.

You would have TCU playing Alabama.

I can assure you of that, too.


December 30th, 2009
6:49 am

The handful of NFL guys I’ve talked to say both of these players have NFL skills. In Curran’s case, he’s not going to get any bigger and his size is the whole issue with him. The NFL guys love everything else about him. If he projects reasonably he has no reason to stay. Rashad Jones had a pretty good year this year and could probably benefit from another good year at UGA. I think the new DC and position hires will impact him more than Curran. Jones showed good ball and closing skills this year and is very physical. The NFL guys love physical and the guys I’ve spoken with actually like Jones better than Morgan Burnett because of his physicality. Personally I think Jones can help himself by staying. He could wind up being in the top 2 or 3 safeties in his class with another good year. This year he would be behind 5 or 6 guys including Morgan Burnett and Taylor Mays.


December 30th, 2009
6:50 am

The playoff system should begin in September!! Loose and you are done, period. You must win at least 11 games against FBS teams not some cupcake from a lower division. Now games would have some meaning. Florida, Oregon and Ohio State lost ! They are damn well not worthy to be national champs period. Now we have a Five team with 3 first round Byes. This gives us a true champion one that did what they should all year long. Teams would actually now be forced to schedule real opponents not Cupcake College. All money from the Playoffs should be divided evenly among ALL schools scheduling 11 games against FBS teams. Rules for player eligibility should make sure players are really college students and not just marking time to turn PRO.


December 30th, 2009
7:05 am

YankeeJacket, you’re absolutely hilarious and your agenda is so transparent. Under your system a good team like GT in a sorry, weak conference like the ACC could back into the mix while teams from the power conferences are killing each other in their league. LMAO! I’ve never seen so many GT fans suddenly on board the playoff bandwagon until the realization hit them that the ACC literally stinks and a team like GT that doesn’t travel doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of getting in a NC game. And what happens to your hilarious “playoff” if all of them have 2 losses? How would it work this year moron, with only 3 undefeated teams, since teams that have lost “are damn well not worthy”. You’re not just funny. You’re not right in the head.


December 30th, 2009
7:26 am

Based on performance: Both need to stay. If you can’ tackle the Texas A & M QB, and if you can’t cover college WR’s– the NFL may not be ready for you.


December 30th, 2009
7:31 am

Jones can’t cover and Curren is not getting any taller……But I would like to see more kids stay that obvoiusly have gotten bad info ala Allen etc. too bad only 1 more year of AJ….Tebow stayed because he knows he will suck as a pro if he ever get a chance to suck.

Alabama Dog

December 30th, 2009
7:32 am

Instead of wondering about if Curren and Jones are going to stay, shouldn’t we be more concerned with who’s going to coach them if they do decide to play out their college careers? That in itself may determine whether or not these guys leave, or stay. I do not believe Willie Martinez’s coaching, particulary this season, has prepared them properly to make the jump to the NFL.

Tyrone Dawg

December 30th, 2009
8:01 am

Neither of them is that good…..I hope they both leave and take Mike Bozo and Mark “Mr. Suntan” Richt with them.


December 30th, 2009
8:01 am

BitDawgBarking You are the moron since you don’t even know there are FIVE undefeated teams. The playoffs started in September, period. And don’t try blowing that POWER conference crap since you and I both know the Bowls are virtually meaningless. Its loose and stay home Jerk!! It has nothing to do with Tech or any other particular team. Tech, lost they are done.


December 30th, 2009
8:02 am

BuLLdog, blah blah blah blah blha,


December 30th, 2009
8:06 am

BitDawgBarking, perhaps you could try out to replace the supid, ugly mutt that croaked last month.

Woof woof.

Dawg stuck in Bham

December 30th, 2009
8:07 am

Selfishly, I hope they stay. Realistically, they’d be foolish to stay. New coaches, new QB and the money will probably be the same either year.


December 30th, 2009
8:31 am

BuLLdawg, you obviously don’t have a job, since you spend all your time blathering away on blogs. Why not have a New Year’s resolution to at least try to find a minimum wage job in 2010. You would feel better about yourself, and we wouldn’t be paying our taxes to support you on welfare.

That would be change you can believe in.


December 30th, 2009
8:37 am

Dude, nobody cares!! If Curran stays, the defense will only SUCK slightly less next year. I am already predicting that the Dawgs lose to UT and UF. Probably even lose to Tech. The Tech game all depends on Tech’s record coming in. If it is like this year, where Paul Johnson didn’t care then the dawgs win, but if Tech’s in the NC hunt then UGA loses. So, there are three and there is bound to be three more. On a side note, Curran is not an idiot. He knows that he is a middle second rounder at this point. He stays to boost his stock. Also, people keep talking about loyalty to the team and the tradition. 99% of college athletes were not fans of the school they play for before they went there. There is no loyalty in college football. They forget about the team as soon as they leave.


December 30th, 2009
8:49 am

Reshad, please go.

Sally, shouldn’t you be getting ready for your shift at the Waffle House?

German Shepherd Dawg

December 30th, 2009
8:53 am


Nobody cares about what you have to say, either.

Denver Dog

December 30th, 2009
8:56 am

If he goes or if he stays, it doesn’t matter. I’d love to see another year out of those two, but if they think it it time then thanks and good luck. Curran is small, but has a huge heart. He may make it like a Hogue or Bates type of player, situational and then big leader on special teams. Jones needs another year, but he may also need the loot. There is risk either way. Sam Bradford showed the risk of staying, the risk of going is not getting the contract that you deserve. We will see, but I’d bet both of them go.

Valdosta Dawg

December 30th, 2009
9:05 am

Alan Pope will be UGA’s next DC

Small but slow

December 30th, 2009
9:06 am

Jones and Curran were vastly over rated and who cares where they go? Rehad has laid low for three years and Curran?? Well, C Scott ran him over with 49 seconds left in the LSU game for the winning TD and that says it all. THAT ONE MISSED tackle is how he will be forever remembered, if at all.

In life ………….it is what have you done for me lately, and these guys did nothing ……..nothing for UGA.

NFL??? They will not make it ……….both small but slow.

Goooooooooooooooo Dogs.


December 30th, 2009
9:12 am

Curran has the heart but size will kill him. Can you see him trying to cover Gonzales or tackle AP in the open field. Plus 80% of NFL linemen can lock him up or smother him. He will at best be a special teams player making the league minimum, which is not a bad job. He’s probably gone.

Jones on the other hand has a shot but 1 more year would increase his stock. If I’m his dad and UGA gets a DC worth a crap I say stay another year. 2nd rd $$ is a lot better than 5th rd $$

Common Sense

December 30th, 2009
9:13 am

Curran said. “I love my teammates, love being here, love Coach [Mark] Richt. . . . I wish I didn’t have to deal with it.

That is just it, he has one year of eligibility so he does not have to deal with it. It is self imposed. It all comes down to greed most times with an underclassman who is not a lock on being a first rounder leaves early. Curran is the anchor of the young d and needs to stay and provide leadership.

As for Retard Jones…..his departure will be an upgrade. He plays like Rachel Welch Dances on Seinfeld. He doesn’t move his arms.


December 30th, 2009
9:20 am

I don’t know why people sya Rennie’s size ia problem. Orakpo was drafted by the Redskins and he is the same size and just got voted to the Pro Bow as a rookie.


December 30th, 2009
9:23 am

Dude… Orakpo is 6-3 260lb DE/LB….give me a break!


December 30th, 2009
9:26 am

Sally thinks someone else needs to get a job? That’s funny; maybe when Sally learns enough about the players to at least spell their names correctly, Sally will continue to learn that throwing out baseless insults of peoples private lives, about which she knows nothing, only makes her look stupid. The main thing pulling RC to the NFL is support for his child, and the mother is invovled in this decision. I referred to Sally as “she,” but maybe it’s just a boy named Sally lashing out at fathers because his was so bad and he can’t find him to have a bar fight.

I think in the end they both go, but it was great to have them. RJ really improved this year and I agree with exNFLplayer’s analysis.

Go Dawgs!


December 30th, 2009
9:30 am

Opps. I seem to have read that wrong on Orakpo…

“Orakpo, selected 13th overall in the 2009 draft, was the final first-round choice of then-executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato, who was replaced by Bruce Allen earlier this month. He played defensive end in college, but because at 6 feet 4, 260 pounds he seemed a bit undersized for that position, the Redskins moved him to outside linebacker in training camp.”


December 30th, 2009
9:32 am

sorry – involved

Common Sense – I would have agreed with you about Jones in the past, but he has made drastic improvement this year. I have to give a kid credit when they prove me wrong; I didn’t think he would get better.

I think Curran’s statement basically refers to being sorry that he had a child to young and now has to make decisions with that in mind, and not just based on his love for football and UGA.

Go Dawgs!


December 30th, 2009
9:36 am

In the NFL size & SPEED does matter (see NFL Combine)…but you can’t measure heart…50% of the 1st rd picks are busts! Curran will get drafted and make a roster, after that it’s up to him. I wish him luck. As far as his person issues I would say it’s time to be a MAN.


December 30th, 2009
9:42 am

Reading comments here is like visiting a moron convention.

Bryan G.

December 30th, 2009
9:46 am

They are both going to leave. Which leads me to ask: What is the market for an undersized LB who can’t cover and misses too many tackles and a Safety who can’t cover and doesn’t wrap up?


December 30th, 2009
10:03 am

You guys have not been paying attention to say that Jones is not a good player. He wasn’t the one getting burned all year. About the only one making plays back there was him. He saved our butts countless times. Even last year, when all anyone wants to remember was the one play where he came from across the field and didn’t have the angle, he was one of the tops in the SEC in any stat that matters about a DB. It’s a big loss if he leaves.


December 30th, 2009
10:05 am

I believe that both are gone.

I think Rennie will go purely for financial reasons. Though I don’t think he is actually as big as listed he is correct in that he won’t get any taller. 5-6 year special teams player. Will probably last until the 5th – 7th round when developmental players and projects are drafted.

Reshad would most probably benefit from another year and some “good” coaching. He’s no Eric Berry. Where he goes would depend on how many teams need safety depth. Might start by third year.


December 30th, 2009
10:06 am

I would have liked to have watched Jones play with a real DC for three years making him into a football player. I do hope we get Kirby Smart. Watch Bama’s Defensive backs play in the title game. Yes, I ‘ve seen them get beat, but not often. They play pretty tight which means the QB has to hold the ball longer which means the pass rush gets better results. But, I think any DC other than Willie will teach that I hope.


December 30th, 2009
10:06 am

Curran missed too many tackles? Wow, SEC leading tackler this year…imagine if he was any good at it.


December 30th, 2009
10:07 am

Small but slow:

Say what you want about Reshad Jones’ ability to cover, lead, and tackle, but you cannot knack his size or his speed. He has prototypical size and speed for the safety position in the NFL. THat size and speed were the reason why he was the top high school safety coming out of high school and 5-stars. He may have underachieved based on that, but it isn’t because of his size or speed.


December 30th, 2009
10:17 am

For all the fans bashing RC why dont you take a look at a player like London Fletcher hmmmm id say he’s undersized he’s listed at 5′10
and 245 so he’s probably 5′9 235 so rennie has a shot and i could care less if reshad goes he did’nt decide to play till the tech game so goodbye bring on the newcomer Alec Ogletree


December 30th, 2009
10:21 am

I agree with the earlier comments. From the players’ perspectives – Rennie won’t benefit anymore by staying. What’s he gonna do, lead the league (again) in tackles? He’s not going to increase in size over one more year. Selfishly and as an avid Dawg, I’d like to see him stay but he has a child and has to take his family’s interests to heart. Staying is not going to increase his draft status. It’ll only delay his paychecks. For Reshad, he could really benefit from coming back another year. He is a hard hitter, but he really needs to improve his coverage skills. He can definitely improve his draft status with a solid senior season at UGA.


December 30th, 2009
10:30 am


I agree on the 8 team playoff system – but here is my take:
– Take the top rated 8 teams – REGARDLESS of Conference affiliation.
– #1 plays #8, 2 plays 7, 3 plays 6, 4 plays 5.
– First round games at higher ranked home field
– second round games – use 4 BCS bowl games
– National Title game – use the 5 BCS bowl game – rotate the 5 BCS games for NT game so that each will host every 5th year.

I think going 16 teams would hurt the importance of Conference Title games and dilutes the importance of the regular season. What happens in August/Sept should have some say.

What about Notre Dame?
– they need to be treated like all other teams – finish in the top 8. with strength of schedule playing a role. Currently – if they win 10 games – they automatically qualify for a BCS slot. No such deal – FINAL RANKINGS is what matters – FINISH IN THE TOP 8 – YOU ARE IN!!!!

Again -great game to UGA – showed some pride under some negative conditions. Need the rest of the SEC to stepup and play like UGA did in their bowl game (except for bratboy and Spurrier wanabe LAME KIFFIN and company – go VT).



December 30th, 2009
10:35 am


regarding NFL for Curran and Jones:
– if projected in top 3 rounds – go to the NFL
– Agree that Curran may not have anything else to prove – his size will be his limitation – he may be best to go ahead and move on.
– Jones? if not projected top 3 – needs to stay at UGA.

My opinion only.


fair and Balanced

December 30th, 2009
10:39 am

In most fields it is necessary to be at least a college graduate with a BA or BS in order to even get a look at the application. The NFL should have this requirement as well. It has gotten pathetic with universities cutting corners, cheating etc. to put a guy through the college without any real requirements in academics because he is NFL material and so the university must get the best out of him before he leaves in or after his jr year. And on it goes – a 50 – 80 year old coach’s success depends on a 20 year old’s decision to be or not to be a “pro” with or without a real degree. The truth is that these free rides to play football in a conference like the SEC are NOT a scholarships. These free rides are payments for playing football. “Scholarship” does not begin to describe what many of the players receive. Call them “playerships” or “sportships” but not scholarships. Millionaires that can’t spell, speak English properly, can’t control their temper on or off the field – you just can’t consider them to be “professional.”

Athlete Compensation

December 30th, 2009
10:46 am

Every player with the skills should be compensated like everyone else in the football business at UGA. Curran and Jones should move on and get paid. To say that they were recruited and honored with a paid education is hypocritical. UGA football is a big business funded by an over zealous alumni and big TV contracts. If the athletes are injured, they get get nothing as witnessed by the Decory Bryant law suit. Sovereign immunity my ass. Wake up Moms and Dads with commodities called athletes. Let them play where they can develop their skills in 2 or 3 years and move on to the NFL and get the green backs like everyone else.

The Dude

December 30th, 2009
10:48 am

MikkUGA — writing a comment like yours is like presiding over the Moron Convention.


December 30th, 2009
11:10 am

YankeeJacket you are an absolute, unadulterated idiot.


December 30th, 2009
11:13 am

Thank you AltamahaDawg. Obviously you know what you’re seeing with Jones. Jones will play at the next level and play well. One more year in school would still serve him well however.

Richard Hamilton

December 30th, 2009
11:14 am

They both go pro. Jones needs to stay another year in order to really boost his stock to first or second round. Rennie has proven himself and only his size will determine where he is drafted. I don’t think he can improve his stock that much by staying.


December 30th, 2009
11:27 am

Seriously though most of you here shouldnt be allowed to use the internet.


December 30th, 2009
11:29 am

Neither is projected in the first 3 rounds and Richard actually makes sense.


December 30th, 2009
11:38 am

For the third consecutive year, the Mountain West Conference will send a record five teams into postseason bowl games in 2009. The Mountain West has earned 41 bowl bids since 1999 and holds a 21-15 all-time record in those games, including a 7-3 mark against BCS automatic-qualifying conferences since 2004.

This is what your rest your hat on 3 years…wow. If you are not getting paid…get a life. Watch the games as you do and expend the cash as you have as you opinion is yours.


December 30th, 2009
12:20 pm

I agree completely AltamahaDawg. I was one of those knocking Reshad last year. We can agree to disagree in saying that he was a great saftey in 2008. But this year, he and Kade Weston get my nod for most improved player. Rashad was one of our best players on D bar none.

If RC has a family to support, then he is probably gone. But a solid degree that will last his lifetime sure looks pretty good for just one more years worth of work. If mememory serves me correctly, Rennie is quite the scholar athelete. He may stick around for that reason alone.

RJ is probably gone because of how close he came last year. Some people really bring up some good points though about how many great safties there are in this draft. That will demote Rashad by default. Next year he has the potential to be the top dawg with a great senior season.

It’s actually a tough call for both of them. Regardless, good luck to both of these damn good dawgs.


December 30th, 2009
12:22 pm

Good comments ExNFLer.

wishful thinking

December 30th, 2009
12:23 pm

BuLLdawg bro you need a job or a family or something. You have too much time on your hands. Go DAWGS!