WEEK 1 SIGNINGS OLB Kyle McCoy. A long, rangy kid (6'4") with pretty good speed for his position. Position of need for the Utes but they would prefer he RS and develop. DT Jason Powell. His strength is his lack of flaws. Grades very well in almost every important aspect for a DT. Amazing pursuit for a DT. DT Bryan Stevenson. Slightly stronger than Iowa's Powell but not as nimble. Still, another DT that chases ball carriers wherever they go and doesn't give up on a play. T Lawrence Miller. At 6'8" and 261lbs, he has alittle bulking up to do but his skills are already there. Has great technique and will be a great road grater for UM's ground game. C Adrian Peterson. Can struggle with his footwork in the pass game, but other than that, he's a solid pickup for the Gophers that should be a starter by Jr year. WR Troy Miller. JUCO JR. 4.32 speed will give Gophers immediate help in the return game. May be tough for him to crack the Gopher 2-deep at WR. CB Quintin Morgan. 4.38 speed and just a fantastic athlete. Covers well, reads plays well, can stuff WR's at the line, he's gonna be a great player for the Buckeyes. QB James Gatewood. Undersized at 6'1" but has a reliable arm and escapability. Don't expect him to beat out Braxton but he'll be ready to step up when the time comes. OLB Roy Thomas. Can shutdown outside runs and short passing games by himself. Hard for blockers to catch and harder to hang on to. TE Terrance Holt. Undersized for a TE at 6'0" and is suspect at pass blocking. Decent speed, catching, run blocking and his size, make this kid a great candidate for transition to FB. HB Shawn Pitts. Doesn't have top-end speed but can get tough yardage between the tackles and is much shiftier in the open-field than his frame (5'11", 204lbs) suggests. Could develop into a productive back for the Cardinal. OLB Marques "Dream" Weaver. I believe he can get USC through the night. Another highly athletic OLB that the Trojans covet. A weapon on blitzes and will get his hands on alot of passes. FS Chris Jordan. His speed and coverage skills are as good as all but the highest rated CB's and he hits like a SS. Bright future for this kid. SS Jordan Newton. Solid all around prospect. Could succeed at any DB position. Would like to see him hit the weights and become that ferocious hitter from USC lore. ATH Jason Williams. Great hands and amazing technique running routes. Doesn't have that burst of star receivers, but should be an extremely productive and reliable threat on the outside. ATH Luke Turner. 4.38 speed and can get there in very few steps. Nice coverage skills but his lack of tackling ability will put him at CB. Couls still be a game-changer at that position.