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    Quote Originally Posted by yopaulie View Post
    I haven't heard anything really since his signing, but for some reason my gut really thinks Shepherd will make the team/practice squad. His speed and tackling really makes me think he may have as good or better chance to make an NFL team than any of the Bison prospects (except Turner of course).
    I am with you. He has the speed, he just needs a NFL type physique . I think its just a matter of time before he starts flying on all cylinders. Boy needs some time. I think he will make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yopaulie View Post
    I haven't heard anything really since his signing, but for some reason my gut really thinks Shepherd will make the team/practice squad. His speed and tackling really makes me think he may have as good or better chance to make an NFL team than any of the Bison prospects (except Turner of course).
    I couldn't have imagined how good Shep would have been had he now lost a year at UNO and would be playing next year He was possibly the fastest guy on the team. Able to play cornerback yet hits like a safety. Between Dudzik, Shep, Marcus, and Andre Martin, we had a secondary that is fast as hell at any level. Blows me away we were able to recruit and develop guys of that Caliber. Every one got/get or will get a shot at the nfl. And that doesn't even include Heagle who is your traditional strong safety who crushes people

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    I couldn't have imagined how good Shep would have been had he now lost a year at UNO and would be playing next year He was possibly the fastest guy on the team. Able to play cornerback yet hits like a safety. Between Dudzik, Shep, Marcus, and Andre Martin, we had a secondary that is fast as hell at any level. Blows me away we were able to recruit and develop guys of that Caliber. Every one got/get or will get a shot at the nfl. And that doesn't even include Heagle who is your traditional strong safety who crushes people
    Don't forget Heagle played with one arm a few years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    I couldn't have imagined how good Shep would have been had he now lost a year at UNO and would be playing next year He was possibly the fastest guy on the team. Able to play cornerback yet hits like a safety. Between Dudzik, Shep, Marcus, and Andre Martin, we had a secondary that is fast as hell at any level. Blows me away we were able to recruit and develop guys of that Caliber. Every one got/get or will get a shot at the nfl. And that doesn't even include Heagle who is your traditional strong safety who crushes people
    We should get a high caliber player. We are The North Dakota State University Bison.

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    Default Re: Bryan Shepherd Signs With Redskins

    http://www.redskins.com/media-galler...e-762c9f41c327

    DB's doing some drills with Bryan (37) in the mix.

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    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...ignings/page/8

    Not sure this analysis makes much sense - author have him confused with Marcus?

    "Sticking with the special teams theme, the Redskins took a punt on ex-North Dakota State cornerback Bryan Shepherd, who can also return kicks. His college Twitter account declared Shepherd will join the team.

    Adding a potential playmaker in the return game is no bad thing for a team that has been weak in that area for too long. It also doesn't hurt that Shepherd could provide depth in a cornerback rotation in need of extra bodies and fresh talent.

    Grade: B"

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    Default Re: Bryan Shepherd Signs With Redskins

    Quote Originally Posted by yopaulie View Post
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...ignings/page/8

    Not sure this analysis makes much sense - author have him confused with Marcus?

    "Sticking with the special teams theme, the Redskins took a punt on ex-North Dakota State cornerback Bryan Shepherd, who can also return kicks. His college Twitter account declared Shepherd will join the team.

    Adding a potential playmaker in the return game is no bad thing for a team that has been weak in that area for too long. It also doesn't hurt that Shepherd could provide depth in a cornerback rotation in need of extra bodies and fresh talent.

    Grade: B"
    Shep can return kicks for sure, he just never got the chance at NDSU behind Marcus, Dudzik and Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamsRams View Post
    Shep can return kicks for sure, he just never got the chance at NDSU behind Marcus, Dudzik and Smith
    he is the fastest cat on the redskins roster and with his physic he can easily contribute as a CB.
    " Our strategy for winning against BISON was simple, we put our WRs and RBs in a 1 on 1 situation with their defense in the backfield.....everybody knows they have some freshman who cannot tackle in a 1 on 1 situation.....Joe Glen"

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    Sweet pic of Shepherd catching a ball at camp yesterday.

    http://www.delawareonline.com/story/...akes/13194123/


    Bryan Shepherd — A 5-10, 180-pound rookie out of North Dakota State, Shepherd would likely be in the mix for a special teams or practice squad job.
    NDSU TO FBS. PLEASE PLEASE! JAIL & EL CHAPO DONT MIX

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    Good article about Shepard's teammate Andre Roberts.

    The easy way has no appeal to Andre Roberts. He chose to attend The Citadel and play football.
    The Citadel is “The Military College of South Carolina.”
    You don’t go there for the parties or the football.
    Middle Tennessee State University, which plays major college football, and Coastal Carolina, which, like The Citadel, plays a level below the FBS schools, offered Roberts scholarships.
    They came with no military environment attached.
    Instead, Roberts chose The Citadel.
    “Both my parents were in the military, and I wouldn’t take it back for the world,” Roberts said of attending and graduating from The Citadel.
    Roberts wanted a degree, and he got one in accounting.
    “Football isn’t forever,” he said. “I understood that.”
    He wanted to play pro football, and he earned that opportunity as well.

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