WEEK 1 SIGNINGS #9 SS Anthony Houston. Nice combination of heigth (6'5") and jumping ability (B-) will make it impossible to go deep in cover 2 man. Decent coverage skills but needs work on reading plays and running doen ball carriers. #16 T David Gordon. His 6'3" 283lb body and A accell make him a solid candidate to move to the interior line. He has a high understanding of the game as well to ease the transition. Good, not great, blocker. #17 T David Bradley. He's a road grater. On that 3rd and short, run it right up his ass to move the chains. May need to keep a TE in to chip against top pass-rushers. #15 FS Dan Malone. Struggles in man coverage but performs well in zone and has pretty good hands. Specializes in punishing receivers and run support. #6 MLB Tim Woods. His speed and size give him amazing range. Labeled a "coverage" LB, he looks to be just as stout in the run game. Nice, versatile pickup for the Bucks. #10 CB Brian Newton. Doesn't have great top-end speed but is solid in coverage and reads plays well. Good athlete that could see some time at returner. #7 WR Travis Merritt. 4.44 speed with a great positional fundamentals. Hard to jam at the line and never gets winded. Doesn't have great ability in the open field but can slip some tackles. #5 FS Troy Carter. Really good athlete that tackles well and has a nice set of skills. A little better awareness and man coverage would have made him a 5*. #74 G Joel Robinson. Specializes in the run game and has good footwork. Given some time to develop other areas, he should be a solid contributer. #5 WR Aaron Riley. Just a notch from being a 5*. Has great physical abilities, technique and size (6'4" 214lbs). Future star for the Trojans. #4 CB Rodney Harris. Another great athlete that already has the skills to be productive at his position. He's all cover corner though, dont expect much run support. #3 MLB Ronnie Robbins. Runs down ball carriers wherever they may go. Needs work in coverage skills but should be a tackling machine.