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2007 CFN All-Americans & Top Players - Punter

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    2007 CFN Preseason First Team All-American

    Preseason 25 Best Punters
    1. Durant Brooks, Sr. Georgia Tech
    2. Chris Miller, Jr. Ball State
    3. Britton Colquitt, Jr. Tennessee
    4. Matt Fodge, Jr. Oklahoma State
    5. Ken DeBauche, Sr. Wisconsin
    6. Justin Brantly, Jr. Texas A&M
    7. Jimmy Kaylor, Sr. Colorado State
    8. Waylon Prather, Sr. San Jose St
    9. Thomas Morstead, Jr. SMU
    10. Louie Sakoda, Jr. Utah
    11. Billy Vinnedge, Sr. Wyoming
    12. Matt DiLallo, Soph. Colorado
    13. Andrew Larson, Sr. California
    14. Sam Swank, Jr. Wake Forest
    15. Owen Tolson, Sr. Army
    16. Johnny Ayers, Sr. Boston College
    17. Aaron Perez, Jr. UCLA
    18. A.J. Trapasso, Soph. Ohio State
    19. Justin Teachey, Jr. South Florida
    20. Tony Mikulec, Sr. Central Michigan
    21. Ryan Succop, Jr. South Carolina
    22. Brett Kern, Sr. Toledo
    23. Zoltan Mesko, Jr. Michigan
    24. Dave Brytus, Jr. Pitt
    25. Jacob Richardson, Jr. Miami Univ.
    Durant Brooks, Sr. Georgia Tech
    Brooks had a whale of a season averaging 45.5 yards per kick while putting a ridiculous 35 kicks inside the 20. His net average of 40.66 yards per kick put Tech second nationally behind Utah. He's the type of weapon who'll bail out the team time and again by giving the defense great field position to work with, and he'll get the offense out of several big jams.

    2007 CFN Preseason Second Team All-American

    Chris Miller, Jr. Ball State
    Miller returns after a phenomenal season averaging a whopping 46.3 yards per boot with 20 kicks put inside the 20.

    http://cfn.scout.com/2/665139.html

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