Today I can resume the countdown, as Austen Moret is the next player up.He gets to stay on the site for an extra day as there is no #64, either.
Austin Moret - Sr.
Hometown: Whitefish Bay, WI (Whitefish Bay HS)
6'2", 293 pounds
2010 Projection: Contributor on Special Teams
Like many little known players, Austin Moret is a former walk-on that has scrapped his way up to see a little regular playing time. He redshirted in 2007 and played against Northern Colorado in 2008. In 2009 he saw action in all 12 games at special teams and as a reserve on the offensive line. Last year he saw a little more action, and currently he is listed as the #2 center on the depth chart behind Peters Drey. Being a fifth year senior, it is nice to have a player with his experience as a solid backup.
Moret has seen quite a few of his teammates in recent years. He helped Whitefish Bay to a solid season as the Blue Dukes gave up the fewest yards in their conference during the 2005 high school season. Indiana punter Chris Hagerup and Central Michigan defender Nick Bellore were among his high school teammates.
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Podcast: Painter on Purdue picks - Boston Celtics Blog - ESPN Boston
Purdue University men's basketball coach Matt Painter phoned in Wednesday to ESPN Boston Radio with Adam Jones to discuss the Boston Celtics' selections.
Youth added to blender - The Boston Globe
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E'Twaun Moore has work to do to make Boston Celtics roster - ESPN Boston
E'Twaun Moore has plenty of talent, but a Celtics roster spot is no guarantee.
JaJuan Johnson: I just want to learn
Celtics first-round pick JaJuan Johnson joined Dennis and Callahan Tuesday, discussing Boston and his upcoming rookie year. Given that the Celtics are a veteran team that hopes to compete for a title, the 27th overall pick may have a hard time finding regular minutes, something Johnson said he's ready to deal with.
Teammates Reunited: The Story Of JaJuan Johnson And E'Twaun Moore - SB Nation Boston
JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore aren't that different from many other college basketball players, but they've been given the opportunity to continue their careers at the next level together after playing with each other for four years at Purdue.
Purdue recruit's game under construction | Journal and Courier | jconline.com
Basil Smotherman acknowledges he is a work in progress.
Purdue's Ralph Bolden anxious for return - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Ralph Bolden has been through this before. The Purdue running back tore the ACL in his right knee as a high school senior and wasn't fully recovered.