Military Bowl – East Carolina vs. Maryland

  • Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
  • RFK Stadium/Washington, D.C.
  • Wednesday/1:30 p.m. on ESPN

 East Carolina

Best prospect: #38 CB Emanuel Davis, 5-10¾, 190 pounds, 4.46 seconds, Redshirt-Junior – The underclassmen has dealt with some shoulder problems, but when he’s been healthy Davis has been a big playmaker for the Pirates defense. His ’10 season did not quite match his ’09 season, when he had a career high 69 tackles, with two interceptions and 12 passes broken up. One of those INTs he returned for a TD, the second of his career. Overall in 38 games, he’s contributed 162 total tackles with seven interceptions and 29 passes broken up.

Best underclassmen prospect: #4 QB Dominique Davis, 6-2¾, 218 pounds, 4.74 seconds, Redshirt-Junior – After transferring from Boston College and sitting out the 2009 season, Davis made a big splash in his first season with the Pirates. He hit 357 of 551 attempts for 3,687 yards and 36 touchdown passes, with 14 interceptions. He had three different games where he threw for five TDs. Davis had eight games throwing for more than 300 yards. Davis can run too, gaining 142 yards on 74 carries with nine touchdowns.

Player that might interest Chiefs: #17 WR Dwayne Harris, 5-10¼, 205 pounds, 4.54 seconds, Redshirt-Senior – The Conference USA coaches voted Harris the league’s most valuable player award for the 2010 season. He did that with single-season ECU records with 1,055 receiving yards, 93 catches and 10 TDs, as he was named all-conference as both a receiver and punt returner. He is the school’s career leader in catches with 260, yards receiving with 2,933 yards and 20 touchdown catches. Harris also worked as a punt and kickoff returner.

Other potential draft choices: #69 OT Willie Smith, 6-5, 290 pounds, 5.08 seconds, Redshirt-Senior; #66 G D.J. Scott, 6-5¾, 323 pounds, 5.05 seconds, Redshirt-Senior.


Best prospect: #23 RB Da’Rel Scott, 5-11, 205 pounds, 4.42 seconds, Redshirt-Senior – Scott has had an up and down career during his career in College Park. In ’08 he ran for 1,133 yards on 209 carries and eight touchdowns over a dozen games. In the last two seasons including this one, he ran for just 933 yards combined. Injuries robbed him of five games in ’09. Outstanding speed and moves makes him a tough one to drag down. In 40 games, Scott ran 417 times for 2,201 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Terps offense.

Best underclassmen prospect: #6 FS Kenny Tate, 6-3 ¾, 220 pounds, 4.56 seconds, Junior – Physically gifted defensive back with an athletic body that he’s not afraid to throw around on the back line, Tate has the size and strength that he could move to linebacker as well as playing at safety. This season, he had three interceptions, one that he returned for a touchdown. Overall, in 35 games Tate has 156 total tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, five interceptions and four forced fumbles.

Player that might interest Chiefs: #33 ILB Alex Wujciak, 6-2 ½, 250 pounds, 4.76 seconds, Redshirt-Senior He was named for the second year to the first-team All-ACC defense and was the conference’s fourth leading tackler averaging just under 10 tackles per game. Against Miami in the ’10 season, he had a pair of interceptions, one he returned 60 yards for a score and another finished up with a 26-yard return. Wujciak missed his ’07 season with a knee injury. But over his 37 games, he had 376 total tackles with 22 tackles for loss, eight interceptions, eight passes broken up and two forced fumbles.

Other potential draft choices: #1 OLB Adrian Moten, 6-1 ¾, 230 pounds, 4.64 seconds, Redshirt-Senior.

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