I am being sarcastic ...if you read below you wll understand
It just seems very players with a great resume , good track records, good stats and goos scouting report comes in and then gets cut soom afterwards :
Today , two very highly touted prospects in Mike Holmes and Montel Harris were cut about a week after they were signed .
Mike Holmes :
He has been on 3 NFL rosters over the passed two years .
Ranks fifth on SU's career record list for tackles by a defensive back (271 tackles) A three-year starter at cornerback and free safety, he had six career interceptions. He also recorded a 23.5-yard average as a kickoff returner with one touchdown and returned 30 punts for a 10.4-yard average.
http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/owls ... um=twitter
recall seeing articles about Harris late last season as he was approaching various records. Also saw highlights on ESPN College Game Day.
STRENGTHS Productive, solidly-built back with enough power and quickness to succeed as a reliable back-up runner. Displays some lateral agility and a stiff arm to avoid tacklers in the hole or sidestep to either side of his lead blocker. Also possesses enough acceleration to get into openings to consistently move the chains. Works through trash with churning legs, regularly runs by arm tackles and falls forward for additional yards after contact. Flashes as a receiver out of the backfield, reliable on swing passes and coming over the middle to test linebackers in space.
WEAKNESSES One-speed back without the open-field burst to be a breakaway threat or the quickness to turn the corner if the inside hole is filled. Also lacks great lower body strength to power inside. Lacks elite elusiveness to avoid better tacklers, will lose his balance when cutting between the tackles or outside. Cutback ability and vision are only adequate. Had leg injuries throughout the end of his career at Boston College, also transferred from there for repeated violations of team rules. Not physical in pass protection, resorts to cut blocks and gives a cursory shoulder effort chipping.
NFL COMPARISON Johnny White
BOTTOM LINE Harris set the Boston College record for rushing yards in just over three seasons (3,735 yards, also scoring 27 touchdowns), but injuries limited him to two games in 2011 and repeated violations of team rules caused his dismissal from the program in May 2012. He transferred to Temple over the summer, where he found success. He could potentially work in the back end of a committee in the NFL.
http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/profiles/ ... id=2540004
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1616 ... -temple-rb
http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/play ... tel-harris