Fullbacks

1. Tony Fiammetta (6’1, 246), Syracuse
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Strengths: do it all guy, he can run, block, catch, and he has the experience
Weaknesses: he never really put up outstanding numbers, not the quickest guy, has tight hips, not the best change of direction back but that isn’t his strongpoint
Overview Tony Fiammetta was the emotional leader of the Syracuse Orangeman. Tony is one of those guys scouts love. He can and is willing to help out the team in any aspect of the game whether it be running the ball to pick up the tough yards, catching the ball out in the flat or right in front of a linebacker, and leadblocking and putting punishing hits on opposing linebackers. He is a good athlete and very tough kid. His versatility will land him a job somewhere in the NFL. Scouts love this guy, and when you see him play you understand why. Watch him in the Senior Bowl, I guarantee you will be impressed. I can see him coming off the board as early as the third round.

2. Chris Obonnaya, Texas

3. Eric Kettani (6’1, 243), Navy

4. Brannon Southerland (6’0, 240), Georgia

5. Quinn Johnson, Louisiana State

6. Conredge Collins (6’0, 230), Pittsburgh

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