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2013 NFL Draft Prospects: Texas Tech

These are the school's prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft by status * - denotes 2014 prospect ** - denotes 2015 prospect.

This page was last updated April 13, 2013. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

  1. LaAdrian Waddle, OT, Texas Tech
    Height: 6-6. Weight: 332.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.30.
    Projected Round (2013): FA.

    4/13/13: Waddle and Texas Tech blew out cupcakes to start the season before being dropped by Oklahoma and Kansas State. The Red Raiders had a big upset of West Virginia. Unfortunately, pass-rusher Stansly Maponga was out for TCU when Texas Tech played the Horned Frogs. Waddle did a solid job of protecting Seth Doege, but Waddle doesn't look like a real NFL prospect.

    8/23/12: Waddle was an All-Big XII Second-Team selection last year. The junior started every game at left tackle for the second straight year. Waddle is a sleeper prospect who is worth watching in 2012. The senior should be able to move inside to guard in the NFL if he can't stay on the edge.

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Laura 01-02-2014 08:10 pm (total posts: 1)
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Mr. Swain,I am also in Mr. Damaso's Honors English II course, and I cleurntry reading your book and thoroughly enjoying it. The characters are dynamic, intriguing, and relatable, and the plot gets better and better as I read further into the book. I did have one question, though, regarding the way you began the novel.You chose to insert a prologue that depicted a scene in which Barret is being tried by Senator Rappaport for a seemingly monumental offense. We did not know exactly what Barrett did at that point in the story, but we had a general idea. Using our brief knowledge of the book's plot, we could deduce that this man's GM crop testing had horrible consequences; this is why he was being tried in court.In short, it could be gleaned from reading the prologue that Barrett was in some sort of huge trouble because something went wrong with his environmental experimentation. Why did you decide to start off the book by telling us exactly how it will end? Was this done in an attempt to keep our minds off of the tangible, physical results of GM crops so we could focus on different ideals and controversies behind the usage of GM crops?Thank you,Mark Miller

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