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Height: 5'11"
Weight: 200
College: Texas
Conference: Big 12
Hometown: Port Arthur, TX
High School: Memorial
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Jamaal Charles, a three-time All-Big Twelve Conference selection gave the Longhorns their 13th 1,000-yard rusher since the 1995 season during his junior season.



He is the only running back in UT history to post a run of at least 80 yards and a reception of at least 70 yards in the same game. During his three years at the university, he generated 102 rushing attempts that gained at least 10 yards, including 31 carries for over 20 yards and had 16 receptions for 10 yards or longer.



Charles was also a standout for the Longhorns' track and field team. The four-time All-American clocked a personal-best 10.26 seconds in the 100-meter dash in winning the Big Twelve Conference title as a freshman. That season, he also ran the third leg of Texas' first-place 4x100m relay (39.19) at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships to help Texas land an automatic berth into the NCAA Championships.



At Memorial High School, Charles was a two-time first-team Class 5A All-State tailback. He rushed for 4,107 yards and 50 touchdowns during his last two years. The Parade All-America selection played in the 2005 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and broke a Port Arthur career rushing record held by Joe Washington that stood for more than 30 years.



Charles was an Associated Press All-State choice as a senior, adding Offensive MVP honors by the Houston Chronicle. He was named District 22-5A Player of the Year as a junior and senior, rushing for 2,056 yards on 260 carries and recorded 25 touchdowns as a senior. The tailback earned first-team All-State honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association and second-team All-State accolades from the Associated Press as a junior.



He received the Willie Ray Smith Award given to the Best High School Offensive Player in Southeast Texas in 2003, rushing for 2,051 yards and 25 touchdowns to help his team to the 5A Division II quarterfinals. Charles underwent shoulder surgery in 2003, but in his first game back, he posted 371 yards on 49 carries vs. Midland Lee High in 2004. He also had 400 yards on 31 carries and six scores vs. Spring Westfield and recorded 258 yards and four touchdowns in one half vs. Baytown Sterling that season.



Charles also lettered in track, winning the Texas Class 5A state championships in the 110m hurdles (13.69) and 300m hurdles (36.03) as a senior. Both of his winning times led the nation. He was a member of the national record-setting 4x200m relay team as a sophomore and received a bronze medal in the 2003 World Youth Championships in the 400m hurdles.



Heavily recruited, Charles enrolled at Texas in 2005, turning down scholarship offers from Texas A&M, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Miami, Nebraska and Notre Dame. Coming from an athletic family, he joined his brother, Shanderric Charles, who played running back at Southern Methodist (2001-02), his cousin, Graylin Johnson, who played safety at Texas (1989-90) and cousin, RaShonta LeBlanc, who plays basketball at Louisiana State (2004-present) as members of the family who have starred at the collegiate level.



Charles started three of 13 contests for Texas in 2005. He earned Freshman all-American honorable mention and Freshman All--Big Twelve Conference honors from The Sporting News and was named the Big Twelve Offensive Freshman of the Year by the conference's coaches. He finished fifth on the UT freshman rushing chart with 878 yards on 119 carries (7.4-yard average), despite battling an ankle injury for three games. His 11 touchdowns on the ground rank second on the school's freshmen season-record list, as he also added 157 yards and a pair of scores on 14 receptions (11.2-yard average).



Because of track commitments, Charles did not get much practice time prior to the 2006 football season. He sat out vs. Sam Houston State with an ankle sprain and despite leading the team with 831 yards and seven touchdowns on 156 carries (5.3-yard average), fumble issues and a lack of strength made it a trying season. He also caught 18 passes for 183 yards (10.2-yard average) and a score.



As urged by the coaching staff, Charles spent the 2007 offseason in the training room, not on the Texas track team. The result was an additional 15 pounds of muscle on his once lanky frame. He asked the coaching staff to leave him in practice longer to help condition him for the rigors of a season.



Charles went on to produce 1,619 yards on 258 carries (6.3-yard average), the fourth-best season total in school history. His 18 touchdown runs rank tied for fifth on the UT single-season list, as he also came up with 199 yards on 17 catches (11.7-yard average) to finish his junior year with 1,818 all-purpose yards. He ran for over 100 yards seven times during his 13 starts and, outside of missing the second half of the Texas Tech clash with a left ankle sprain, he was relatively healthy for the first time in his career.



For that performance, Charles was tabbed a Doak Walker Award (nation's top running back) semifinalist and earned unanimous first-team All-Big Twelve Conference honors. He was named UT's George "Hook" McCullough co-MVP, the Darrell K. Royal Most Valuable Offensive Player and the Clyde Littlefield Outstanding Offensive Back. He led the league and ranked 10th in the nation, averaging 124.54 yards per game rushing.



In 38 games at Texas, Charles started 17 contests. He rushed 533 times for 3,328 yards (6.2-yard average), the fourth-best career total in school history, as his 36 touchdowns on the ground rank tied for fifth in Longhorn annals. He gained 539 yards with three scores on 49 receptions (11.0-yard average) and recorded four tackles (three solo). He scored 234 points and ran for at least 100 yards 11 times, finishing with 3,867 all-purpose yards.


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Rushed for 3,328 yards during his three-year career, joining Ricky Williams (6,279 yards; 1995-98), Cedric Benson (5,540; 2001-04), Earl Campbell (4,443; 1974-77), Chris Gilbert (3,231; 1966-68) and Vince Young (3,127; 2003-05) as the only players in school history to rush for over 3,000 yards in a career...His 36 touchdowns on the ground tied Steve Worster (1968-70) for fifth in school history, topped only by Ricky Williams (72), Cedric Benson (64), Earl Campbell (40) and Vince Young (37) in the UT record books...Ran for over 100 yards in 11 contests, tying Hodges Mitchell (1997-2000) for eighth on the school's all-time record chart...Piled up 1,619 yards rushing in 2007, the fourth-best season total in school history, surpassed by Ricky Williams (1,893 yards in 1997), Cedric Benson (1,834 in 2004) and Earl Campbell (1,744 in 1977)...His 18 touchdowns rushing in 2007 tied Earl Campbell (1977) for fifth on the school season-record list behind Ricky Williams (27 in 1998 and 25 in 1997) and Cedric Benson (21 in 2003 and 19 in 2004)...Ran for over 100 yards seven times in 2007, the fifth-best season total in Texas annals, topped by Earl Campbell (11 in 1977), Ricky Williams (8 in 1997 and 10 in 1998) and Cedric Benson (10 in 2004)...Gained a career-high 290 yards rushing vs. Nebraska in 2007, the school's fourth-best game total, surpassed by Ricky Williams (318 vs. Rice in 1998 and 350 vs. Iowa State in 1998) and Roosevelt Leaks (342 vs. Southern Methodist in 1973)...His 86-yard touch-down run in the 2007 Nebraska game tied Jack Collins (vs. Maryland in 1959) for the fifth-longest run from scrimmage in school history, toped by Chris Gilbert (96 vs. Texas Christian in 1967), Bohn Hilliard (94 vs. Texas Tech in 1934), Adrian Walker (88 vs. Houston in 1992) and Ricky Williams (87 vs. Baylor in 1997).


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Attended Memorial (Port Arthur, Tex.) High School, playing football for head coach Dean Colbert...Two-time first-team Class 5A All-State tailback who rushed for 4,107 yards and 50 touchdowns during his last two years...Parade All-America selection...Played in the 2005 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and broke a Port Arthur city career rushing record held by Joe Washington that stood for over 30 years...Associated Press All-State choice as a senior, adding Offensive MVP honors by the Houston Chronicle...Named District 22-5A Player of the Year as a junior and senior, rushing for 2,056 yards on 260 carries and had 25 touchdowns as a senior...Earned first-team All-State honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association and second-team All-State accolades from the Associated Press as a junior...Received the Willie Ray Smith Award for the Best High School Offensive Player in South-east Texas in 2003, rushing for 2,051 yards and 25 touchdowns to help his team to the 5A Division II quarterfinals...Underwent shoulder surgery in 2003, but in his first game back, he posted 371 yards on 49 carries vs. Midland Lee High in 2004...Also had 400 yards on 31 carries and six scores vs. Spring Westfield and recorded 258 yards and four touchdowns in one half vs. Baytown Sterling that year...Lettered in track, winning the Texas Class 5A state championships in the 110m hurdles (13.69) and 300m hurdles (36.03) as a senior. Both of his winning times led the nation...Member of the national record-setting 4x200m relay team as a sophomore and received a bronze medal in the 2003 World Youth Championships in the 400m hurdles...Graduated with a 3.2 grade point average.



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College: Tennessee
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Staying on the football field has been the biggest challenge Brad Cottam faced during his five seasons at Tennessee.



Hoping to receive a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA after he underwent left wrist surgery prior to the 2007 season, he returned for the final five games of his senior campaign after he was denied that additional year.



Cottam had flashes of brilliance for the Volunteers. But he has undergone five surgical procedures and was also involved in a car accident that kept him off the football field at various times since arriving on campus in 2003. Along with his younger brother, 6-foot-8 Jeff, the Cottams gave the Volunteers the tallest tight end unit in college football.



At Evangelical Christian High School, Brad Cottam earned All-Metro Memphis private school team honors as a senior. He was a Super Southern 100 choice by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and ranked as the 12th-best prospect in the state of Tennessee by Rivals.com, a recruiting service that rated him 44th among the nation's tight ends. The Knoxville News-Sentinel rated him the state's eighth-best prospect and the Kingsport Times-News had him ranked tenth on their Super 16 Class of 2003 squad.



Cottam served as team captain and was a two-year starter at tight end. During his final season, he had 24 receptions for 340 yards and five touchdowns. Against Harding Academy (Ark.), he caught a career-best five passes for 120 yards. He was also a standout basketball player, averaging more than 10 points each of his last two seasons.



Cottam enrolled at Tennessee in 2003, earning Academic Southeastern Conference Honor Roll recognition while spending the season on the scout team. He appeared in 13 games as a reserve tight end in 2004, coming up with two catches for 34 yards, as he missed spring drill action after undergoing thumb ligament surgery and then battled with a sore shoulder throughout fall camp and into the season.



The tight end underwent shoulder surgery that would sideline him for 2005 spring camp. He appeared in 11 games that season, but did not catch any passes, as he finished with one tackle playing on the special teams vs. Memphis. He again earned Academic All-SEC honors.



Cottam continued to play with shoulder issues in 2006, but managed to start six of the 13 games he appeared in. He snared fourteen passes for 182 yards (13.0-yard average), as his 45-yard reception vs. Vanderbilt was the longest catch by a Tennessee tight end since 2002.



Cottam again missed spring drills, as he spent the 2007 camp recovering from April sports hernia surgery. In August, he underwent left wrist surgery after tearing ligaments in fall drills. He did not return to action until the Arkansas clash on Nov. 10, appearing in the team's final five games. He finished with five receptions for 125 yards (25-yard average), registering his first career touchdown vs. Wisconsin in the Outback Bowl.


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Cottam started seven of the 38 games he played in at Tennessee...Caught 21 passes for 341 yards (16.2-yard average) and one touchdown...Also recorded three tackles (two solo)...His 45-yard reception vs. Vanderbilt in 2006 was the longest catch by a Tennessee tight end since Jason Witten's 48-yarder vs. Arkansas in 2002.


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Attended Evangelical Christian (Germantown, Tenn.) High School, playing football for head coach Jim Heinz...Earned All-Metro Memphis private school team honors as a senior...Super Southern 100 choice by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and ranked as the 12th-best prospect in the state of Tennessee by Rivals.com, a recruiting service that rated him 44th among the nation's tight ends...The Knoxville News-Sentinel rated him the state's eighth-best prospect and the Kingsport Times-News had him ranked tenth on their Super 16 Class of 2003 squad...Served as team captain and was a two-year starter at tight end...During his final season, he had 24 receptions for 340 yards and five touchdowns...Against Harding Academy (Ark.), he caught a career-best five passes for 120 yards...Was also a standout basketball player, averaging more than 10 points each of his last two seasons.



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College: North Carolina State
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Morgan nearly saw his college career end before it began. He missed his entire senior season in high school after he dislocated his hip in a car accident. When he arrived at North Carolina State as a split end in 2004, he appeared in two games before the coaching staff shut him down due to continued problems with his hip.



The extra year away from the game proved to be the best medicine for what ailed Morgan. He returned to the playing field in 2005, but made his mark as the leader of the squad's special-teams unit. He used his excellent leaping ability to go on to block two punts during his career.



Prior to sitting out his senior campaign at Suncoast High School, Morgan earned All-Region honors at wide receiver and was the team MVP as a junior. He totaled 2,760 receiving yards and 27 touchdowns for his career, and passed for 1,100 yards and 13 scores, adding 600 yards and seven touchdowns rushing.



As a defensive back, Morgan recorded 67 tackles with two sacks and three interceptions. He returned five kicks for touchdowns as a sophomore. He also ran track all four seasons and played baseball two seasons. He won the Class 2-A state title in the 400 meters his senior season and was second in his sophomore campaign.



Morgan rejected scholarship offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma and Florida to enroll at North Carolina State in 2004. He appeared in the Richmond game at split end, catching one pass for six yards and competed on special teams vs. Ohio State before his hip soreness kept him on the sidelines for the rest of the schedule. To help improve his recovery, the coaching staff allowed him to compete on the school's track and field team after the 2004 gridiron season.



Morgan appeared in 12 games as a reserve at both free safety and rover in 2005. He led the team's substitutes with 46 tackles (33 solo), including 2.5 stops for losses and a pressure. He had switched jersey numbers prior to the season from No. 34 to No. 7. He had a pair of pass deflections and an interception, adding 43 yards on two carries and had a blocked punt for a 12-yard return.



As a redshirt sophomore, Morgan ranked fourth on the team with 82 tackles (53 solo), including one for a loss, despite starting just one game at free safety. He was credited with two pressures, a forced fumble and seven pass breakups. He also recovered a blocked punt and had two interceptions.



Morgan received All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team honors in 2007. He started 11 of 12 games, coming off the bench vs. Boston College, as he lined up strong safety in five games and spent the rest of the year at free safety. He posted a team-high 97 tackles (73 solo) with two stops behind the line of scrimmage. He broke up six passes and intercepted three others, playing alongside his brother, DeAndre, who started for the Wolfpack at cornerback.


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In 38 games at North Carolina State, Morgan started 12 contests...Recorded 225 tackles (159 solo) with 5.5 stops for losses of 12 yards and three quarterback pressures...



Caused two fumbles, deflected 15 passes and intercepted six others...Had a six-yard reception, two carries for 43 yards and blocked two punts for a total of 6 yards in returns.


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Attended Suncoast (Riviera Beach, Fla.) High School, earning All-Region honors at wide receiver and was the team MVP as a junior...Totaled 2,760 receiving yards and 27 touch-downs for his career, as he also passed for 1,100 yards and 13 scores, adding 600 yards and seven touchdowns rushing...As a defensive back, Morgan recorded 67 tackles with two sacks and three interceptions...Returned five kicks for touchdowns during his sophomore season...Also ran track all four seasons and played baseball two seasons...Won the Class 2-A state title in the 400 meters his senior season and was second in his sophomore campaign.



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Jamaal Charles and DaJuan Morgan are great picks. I hate Cottam, but whatever. At least he's not John David Booty, for ****'s sake.
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