2020 Football Eligibles

A First Round pick from Purdue, Anthony Spencer would work his way to the starting position at Outside Linebacker in his third year in the NFL.  Spencer was a Pro Bowl Selection in 2012 and he recorded 11 Quarterback Sacks that year.
Brandon Lloyd played eleven seasons in the National Football League where he would become mostly associated with the San Francisco 49ers. Despite that fact, it was as a member of the Denver Broncos where he had his best season, even leading the league in Receiving Yards. That was the year he went to his lone Pro Bowl.
A very popular player with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brett Keisel would never leave Steeltown as a professional. Keisel would be a Pro Bowler once and was a part of Pittsbugh’s two Super Bowl wins, more than enough to make him eligible for free drinks for the rest of his life in Western Pennsylvania.
A Jim Thorpe Award winner at the University of Auburn, Carlos Rogers had a ten year run in the National Football League.  He would have 17 Interceptions in his career, 6 of which took place in his first year in San Francisco.  That would help him reach his first and only Pro Bowl.
A long time Center in the National Football League who started 128 Games of his 153 Games Played, Chris Myers was a steady presence in the Houston Texans Offensive Line and a large part of Arian Foster’s success running the ball.
Cortland Finnegan’s on-field incidents often took away from his talent, but the product of Samford would be a First Team All Pro Selection in 2008 and for a brief period of time was one of the better Corners in the NFL. Overall, it was a good career for someone coming out of the small school of Samford.
A three time Pro Bowl selection, Darnell Dockett spent his entire career with the Arizona Cardinals and had a break out year in 2007. That year saw Dockett make his first Pro Bowl and the year after he anchored his team’s defense to a Super Bowl appearance and tied the record for the most sacks in the big game.
A two time Pro Bowl Selection out of the University of Oklahoma, Davin Joseph would start 99 Games at Right Guard, most of which ere the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Joseph would be known for his philanthropic endeavors during his NFL tenure.
The starting Center for the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Championship Team, Jonathan Goodwin would have a solid career in the National Football League also going to the Pro Bowl the same year that he won the Super Bowl.
Perhaps one of the greatest Return Specialists of all time, Josh Cribbs brought a lot of excitement to the Cleveland Browns.  The star from Kent State would leas the entire NFL in All Purpose Yards in 2007 and in 2009 would be named the NFL Alumni Special Teams Player of the Year.  He would accumulate over 15,000 All Purpose Yards,…
A star Wide Receiver at San Diego State, Kassim Osgood went undrafted in 2003 and had to fight his way onto the Chargers roster.  He would make it, and would go to three Pro Bowls, though none of them would be at Wide Receiver, where he would be used sparingly over his career.  Rather, his star would rise on Special…
Drafted sixth overall in 2007, LaRon Landry won a starting Defensive Back role immediately with the Washington Redskins.  Landry did not have a career where he recorded a lot of Interceptions, but he was league known for his hard hitting.  After five seasons with Washington in 2012 Landry would sign with the New York Jets and would go to his…
Leon Washington, a star Running Back out of Florida State would have significant rushes professionally, but it was as a Return Specialist where he would achieve his greatest success.  He would make two trips to the Pro Bowl as a Returner, and in 2008 he would lead the NFL in All Purpose Yards and was named the NFL Alumni Special…
From the nation of Australia, Mat McBriar took his large leg to the United States. A star Punter at the University of Hawaii, McBriar spent the majority of his career with the Cowboys, which was where he would secure his two Pro Bowl Selections.
For a three to four year period, Maurice Jones-Drew was the face of the Jacksonville Jaguars and one of the top Running Backs in the National Football League. Jones-Drew would win the Rushing Title in 2011 and would make three consecutive Pro Bowls, but realistically this is enough to be honored by the Jags and not by Canton.
Spending his entire career with the Tennessee Titans, Michael Roos played 136 Games for the franchise and started all of them. Roos would make a First Team and a Second Team All Pro Selection in his day.
Undrafted out of the University of Maine in 2006, Montell Owens crawled his way on to a National Football League roster by making a name for himself on Special Teams, mostly through his exceptional tackling skills.  His dedicated fan base would call Owens, as “M.Owens” implying how mowed down opponents.  He would be a two time Pro Bowl with the…
Spending his entire career with the San Diego Chargers, Nick Hardwick played 136 Games for the franchise and started all of them. Hardwick was a Pro Bowl Selection in 2006 and was also the recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award in 2008.
Osi Umenyiora was a vital part of the New York Giants success in late 2000’s and early 2010’s, most notably helping them win two Super Bowls. The British born pass rusher holds the single season record for forced fumbles and was a two time First Team All Pro. He may not make it to the Hall of Fame, but fans…