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Lol. Go back and check which schools had the most players in the NFL from 1970-2000. PSU is right up there. PSU was an NFL pipeline. What they didn't do well at was producing a large volume of skill position players, nor highly-rated skill players that lived up to their potential in the NFL after the mid-80's. People harp on the PSU running back curse - DJ Dozier, Kijana, Curtis Enis, even LJ - but for every one of those guys there was a Curt Warner, Franco Harris, Kerry Collins, Bobby Engram, Troy Drayton, Kyle Brady, Joe Jurevicious, Michael Robinson type that had a nice, long, respectable NFL career. Needless to say, the last staff did pretty well with DL and LBers going into the League the last few years, and up until a few years ago, PSU put it's fair share of quality O-lineman in as well. They just didn't have the volume of skill guys.
I like this. "Neon" deion was just a hot dog. anyone thinking he's the best CB ever hasnt watched much football. Best athlete - maybe, but bo Jackson has him beat.
I saw Sanders run past several tackles over the years. Rod Woodson made some mistakes, but was one hell of a hitter. Both could cover, and both were excellent cover guys. I would take Woodson first if I was picking.
Dick "Night Train" Lane was the best corner ever. Dion couldn't hold his jock. Plus "Night Train" is 10000x's cooler than "Neon"
Deon Figures >>>> Deion Sanders
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