USC has most underclassmen in NFL draft

USC has 5 underclassmen heading to the NFL. Tops in the nation. Next is North Carolina State with 4, and Florida has 3.

Darnell Bing S USC Junior
Cornell Brockington RB Connecticut Junior
Reggie Bush RB USC Junior
Brian Calhoun RB Wisconsin Junior
Antonio Cromartie CB Florida St Junior
Vernon Davis TE Maryland Junior
Maurice Drew RB UCLA Junior
Ray Edwards DE Purdue Junior
Anthony Fasano TE Notre Dame Junior
Charles Gordon WR/CB Kansas Junior
Willie Hall OT Middle Tennessee Junior
Devin Hester CB/KR Miami Fl Junior
Santonio Holmes WR Ohio St Junior
Chad Jackson WR Florida Junior
Omar Jacobs QB Bowling Green Junior
Johnathan Joseph CB South Carolina Sophomore
Winston Justice OT USC Junior
Brandon Kirsch QB Purdue Junior
Greg Lee WR Pittsburgh Junior
Danieal Manning DB Abilene Christian Junior
Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota Junior
Richard Marshall CB Fresno St Junior
Derrick Martin CB Wyoming Junior
Fred Matua OG USC Junior
John McCargo DT North Carolina St Junior
Stanley McClover DE Auburn Junior
Tony McDaniel DT Tennessee Junior
Derek Morris OT North Carolina St. Junior
Haloti Ngata DT Oregon Junior
Kai Parham LB Virginia Junior
Bernard Pollard S Purdue Junior
Leonard Pope TE Georgia Junior
Drouzon Quillen WR Louisiana-Monroe Junior
Ko Simpson S South Carolina Sophomore
Ernie Sims LB Florida State Junior
D.J. Smith WR Iowa Junior
Rob Smith G Tennessee Junior
Demetris Summers RB South Carolina Sophomore
Stephen Tulloch LB North Carolina St Junior
Marcus Vick QB Virginia Tech Junior
Dee Webb CB Florida Junior
LenDale White RB USC Junior
Donte Whitner S Ohio State Junior
Mario Williams DE North Carolina St Junior
Michael Williams DE Texas College Junior
Ashton Youboty CB Ohio St Junior
Vince Young QB Texas Junior

Underclassmen in the 2006 NFL Draft []

Kyle Bunch

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One thought on “USC has most underclassmen in NFL draft

  1. While I hate to lose great players who still have eligibility, and I especially hate to lose so many in one year, isn’t it great to have gotten three outstanding years out of Reggie, LenDale, and Darnell? I totally understand Matua leaving, and we did get two nice years from Justice (and he seems to have straightened himself out and kept out of more trouble). Traditionally coached programs don’t have a bunch of Freshman playing, and rarely have 3-year contributors. We got more from Reggie and LenDale in touchdown production than any program in history. I wish them the very best and look forward to next year!

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