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The Star-Ledger - NJ.comMohamed Sanu laughs off prank callESPNAP Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu is a Bengal, but he didn't think he'd be waiting until the third round to find out. Sanu was pranked into thinking he'd be selected with the Bengals' 1st-round pick. CINCINNATI -- The phone call came from a number that ...WR Sanu gets call from Bengals - for reaFOXSports.comMohamed Sanu To Bengals In 3rd Round After NFL Draft PrankHuffington PostNFL Draft: Mohamed Sanu victim of prank phone call saying he was drafted by ...The Star-Ledger - NJ.comCincinnati.com -CBSSports.com (blog) -USA TODAY (blog)all 173 news articles »
SB Nation breaks down the second and third rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft with one video for each of the eight divisions. Here we analyze the Friday night developments in the AFC North.
The Abington JournalKirkpatrick joins select companyThe Newark AdvocateWith its first pick in the third round, Cincinnati took receiver Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers. It was an appropriate pick -- someone played a prank on Sanu during the first round Thursday, calling his phone and pretending to be with the Bengals.Bengals Draft Three Players On Day Two10TVCincinnati Bengals: Grading the Team's Day 2 of 2012 NFL DraftBleacher ReportTwo first-round picks give Bengals flexibilityFox Sports OhioCincinnati.com -ESPN (blog)all 500 news articles »
Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals--for real this time. The Detroit Lions took a chance on Oklahoma WR Ryan Broyles despite his ACL injury. So now, the question we ask of all draftees: How will they turn out in the NFL?
Globe and MailStanford tight end Coby Fleener will reunite with quarterback Andrew Luck as ...The Seattle TimesRutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu was drafted by Cincinnati in the third round — a day after Sanu was the victim of a prank. When Cincinnati was getting ready to make the 27th overall pick in the opening round Thursday, someone called Sanu pretending to ...Analysis of the third round of the NFL draftWEEI.comNFL Draft: Colts add more Stanford power, Sanu goes 83rdNorthJersey.comLuck, Fleener reunite in Indy on Day 2Fox NewsSB Nationall 1,028 news articles »
ESPNCoples ready to silence his criticsAsbury Park PressRutgers WR Mohamed Sanu had to wait until the third round to be selected. / AP | Associated Press FLORHAM PARK — Quinton Coples heard the boos when his name was called as the Jets' first-round draft pick. The big defensive end also knows all about the ...2012 NFL Draft: Analyzing the Quinton Coples Pick and Looking Ahead to Day 2Bleacher Reportall 301 news articles »
WDEL 1150AMBengals take Clemson DT Brandon Thompson with second pick in 3rd roundWashington PostWith its first pick in the third round, Cincinnati took receiver Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers. It was an appropriate pick — someone played a prank on Sanu during the first round on Thursday night, calling his phone and pretending to be with the Bengals.Third-round picks display Bengals power draftBengals.comBengals go supersize on Night TwoFox Sports OhioBengals draft three more on second day of draftExaminer.comMiddletown Journalall 63 news articles »
It's no prank: Bengals take Mohamed Sanu in NFL draftNFL NewsBy Dan Hanzus NFL.com By Dan Hanzus NFL.com NEW YORK -- Mohamed Sanu is a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. For real this time. Sanu was the victim of an ugly prank Thursday night when a Rutgers student claiming to be a Bengals official told the wide ...
Roger Goodell :: APSI.comRutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu got a call Thursday night from someone who claimed they were with the Bengals organization. They told Sanu he'd be taken with Cincinnati's first-round pick (No. 27 overall), but when it was the Bengals time to pick, ...and more »
...to see where former Rutgers player and South Brunswick native Mohamed Sanu lands in the NFL Draft, which begins tonight. Apr 27, 2012 · Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu targeted by cruel NFL Draft prank caller PUBLISHED Friday, Apr 27, 2012 at 11:11 am EDT...
...I gotta go. Mohamed Sanu: OK, Mr. Bengals. This is such an honor. Thanks again. I look forward to meeting you and the rest of the team as soon as possi- Mohamed Sanu: [looks at cell phone, confused] Man, my agent wasn’t lying. The Bengals are a mess....
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Mohamed Sanu the victim of cruel draft-day prankNFL NewsBy Dan Hanzus NFL.com By Dan Hanzus NFL.com Mohamed Sanu thought he was a brand-new member of the Cincinnati Bengals. This wasn't a hunch or some inside info whispered into his ear by his agent. The Bengals called him. In some of the weakest sauce ever ...
Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu talks about his preparation for the NFL Draft, his favorite moment from college, his favorite food, and if he had a theme song, what it would be.
NJ.comSanu's talent was apparent at early ageDailyrecord.comBut Mohamed Sanu's recruitment was unique. The year was 2002 and Susan would routinely work out at the Golds Gym located on Route 1 in South Brunswick at 4 am The watch-guard at the gym, Jake Rodriguez, also served as a Pop Warner coach and asked Susan ...Same players, new scriptRU Daily TargumIcing on the Tennessee Titans' CakeTitan Sizedall 13 news articles »
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New York Daily News2012 NFL Draft, Wide Receivers: Rutgers' Mohamed Sanu could be the sleeper ...New York Daily NewsThe image is etched in Mohamed Sanu's mind, a memory repeated day after day throughout his childhood. He and older brother Samir Sanu would come home from school to an empty New Brunswick, NJ, apartment. They do their homework and then play.Several teams are pleasing to SanuThe Times of Trenton - NJ.comNFL Draft prospects sweating out the final days leading up to selection processAsbury Park Pressall 7 news articles »
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Throw out the measurables. Over 250 players will be drafted this year, and only 16, by Nolan Nawrocki's count, have the three most important traits: toughness, instincts, and competitiveness. And they're not all first-rounders.
NFL teams that fail to make the playoffs leave their fans disappointed and frustrated, but according to Bleacher Report Draft Expert Matt Miller, there are a handful of clubs that will reverse their postseason fortunes through key additions at the 2012 NFL Draft. This year, Big "D" stands for defense as the Cowboyslook to bolster a weak secondary. There is a lot depth at defensive back in the first two rounds of this draft, and the Cowboys can sure up a suspect defense by selecting a player like Alfonzo Dennard, Casey Hayward or Mark Barron. To say that last year was a disappointment for the Eagles is a gross understatement. However, the Eagles resigned several key players, including DeSean Jackson and will looking to add another receiver in the draft, along with a backup for Michael Vick. With just a few key tweaks and additions, the Eagles should be in place to once again ascend to the top of the NFC. Several other franchises will look for a bit of draft magic at the end of April. So which other fan bases should take courage in their teams' postseason prospects for next year after the draft? Matt Miller gives you the lowdown. NFLDraft365 is a production of Bleacher Report Videos. The show highlights all of the players, news, happenings and opinion surrounding the NFL Draft and is covered year-round for NFL fans, who are serious about their teams. Remember to Subscribe! goo.gl NFL Draft 365 on Twitter - www.twitter.com NFL Draft 365 on Facebook - www.facebook.com
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The Mighty O'Ba Sports Report The Buffalo Bills are about two weeks away from probably their most important draft in recent history. This is the third draft of the Buddy Nix/Chan Gailey era with a lot riding on the Bills being able to shore up their depth to make a run at the playoffs this year. During the pre draft period I've released seven different draft scenarios with this one being my last before the NFL Draft which will take place on April 26, 27, and 28. 1. Luke Kuechly Inside Linebacker Boston College 2. Mohamed Sanu Wide Receiver Rutgers 3. Dwayne Allen Tight End Clemson 4. Brandon Washington Offensive Tackle Miami 5. Russell Wilson Quarterback Wisconsin 6. Brandon Lindsey Defensive End Pittsburgh 7. Keith Tandy Cornerback West Virginia 8. Donald Stephenson Offensive Tackle Oklahoma If you enjoy talking about the world of sports tune into The Number#1 Sports Show in the Nation every Saturday from 12PM -1PM on Mix 1080AM WUFO radio. Or via the internet www.wufoam.com, or Ustream.
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33. St. Louis: Devon Still DT Penn State 34. Indianapolis: Coby Fleener TE Stanford 35. Minnesota: Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama 36. Tampa Bay: David Wilson RB Virginia Tech 37. Cleveland: lavonte David OLB Nebraska 38. Jacksonville: Ruben Randle WR Louisiana State 39. St. Louis - from Washington: Doug Martin RB Boise State 40. Carolina : Brandon Boykin CB Georgia 41. Buffalo: James Brown OT Troy 42. Miami: Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina 43. Seattle: Zach Brown OLB North Carolina 44. Kansas City: Alameda Ta'amu NT Washington 45. Dallas: Quentin Saulsberry C Mississippi state 46. Philadelphia: Harrison Smith S Notre Dame 47. New York Jets: Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers 48. New England - from Oakland: Chandler Jones DE Syracuse 49. San Diego: Bobby Massie OT Mississippi 50. Chicago: Zebrie Sanders OT Florida state 51. Philadelphia - from Arizona: Dwayne Allen TE Clemson 52. Tennessee: Josh Robinson CB Central Florida 53. Cincinnati: Chris Polk RB Washington 54. Detroit: Matt McCants OT Alabama Birmingham 55. Atlanta: Brandon Thompson DT Clemson 56. Pittsburgh: LaMichael James RB Oregon 57. Denver: Dwight Bentley CB Louisiana Lafayette 58. Houston: Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa 59. Green Bay: Jared Crick DE Nebraska 60. Baltimore: Ronnell Lewis OLB Oklahoma 61. San Francisco: Brandon Hardin S/CB Oregon State 62. New England: Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma 63. New York Giants: Orson Charles TE Georgia 64. Indianapolis: Ben Jones C Georgia 65. St. Louis: Jeff Allen OT Illinois 66 ...
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Anthony Conner sits down with Connor Galle of CardsandCats.com and discusses his injury, his thoughts while on the ground, moments with Coach Strong, and what he has been doing since his career was cut short with when he suffered a broken neck while tackling Mohamed Sanu of Rutgers.
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The biggest knock on Rutgers WR Mohamed Sanu is his speed -- he ran a 4.66 40 at the NFL Scouting Combine. But he plays faster than he times; will he make it into the second round of the NFL Draft?
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The 2012 NFL Draft is now just six short weeks away and things are really kicking into high gear, especially with Tuesday's ushering in of the official free agent signing period. "The Decision" Part II, featuring Peyton Manning and his ultimate landing spot, is monopolizing the latest headlines, leaving the likes of RGIII and Andrew Luck below the fold. Other, slightly-lesser known names do come into focus on this week's episode of NFL Draft 365 as Matt Miller brings us into his war room with a rundown of his top sleeper picks likely to emerge from the 2012 Draft. Additionally, DraftNasty Founder and former NFL Safety Corey Chavous ventures to the Bleacher Report compound to answer an array of questions surround the hottest topics this off-season -- both in free agency and the draft. Chavous weighs in on the future of North Carolina's Quinton Coples, Rutgers Mohamed Sanu, South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery and Alabama's Courtney Upshaw. Don't miss The Rush and an exclusive interview with Justin Blackmon -- all on NFLDraft365. NFL Draft 365 is a production of Bleacher Report Videos. The show highlights all of the players, news, happenings and analysis surrounding the NFL Draft and is covered year-round for NFL fans, who are serious about their teams. Remember to Subscribe! goo.gl Follow NFL Draft 365 on Twitter - www.twitter.com Like NFL Draft 365 on Facebook - www.facebook.com
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Tyler Shoemaker Boise State WR 6'2 215 pounds, big, fast and physical timed in the 4.4 range. Had around 1000 yards receiving last year with 16 tds 2000+ receiving yards for his career with 25 tds on 122 catches 16 ypc can beat you lined up on the outside outrunning double teams or can line up in the slot and find the soft spot in zone coverage, although his speed/size is better suited for the outside
NFL Draft 365 is joined by the founder of www.DraftNasty.com, Corey Chavous will be breaking down the draft this week. Chavous, the former 12 year veteran NFL safety studies hundreds of prospects each year and knows how to choose the diamonds in the rough. Also, if your team is in need of a running back, all eyes are surely on Trent Richardson to fill that hole. However, our draft guru Matt Miller tells you what other running backs deserve some real attention besides Richardson. And, what do Brandon Weedon, Cam Newton and Peyton Manning all have in common, besides being quarterbacks? Answer: Chris Weinke. That's right, we caught up with the former Heisman Trophy winner to discuss the three quarterbacks that join him in this illustrious fraternity. Although Georgia Tight End Orson Charles decided not to run the 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, he remained on the top of a lot of team's boards. However, on his Pro Day workout, he faced harsh winds and clocked in at a 4.75. Matt Miller caught up with Charles at Indy to discuss how he'd fit in with the NFL. Remember to Subscribe! goo.gl Follow NFL Draft 365 on Twitter - www.twitter.com Like NFL Draft 365 on Facebook - www.facebook.com
210 Receptions 2916 Total Yards 21 TD's
Brian Billick and Charles Davis break down the 49ers draft needs.
Artie Clear interviews Mohamed Sanu at the press conference for the 75th Anniversary of the Maxwell Football Club Awards in Atlantic City, NJ on March 2, 2012. www.theartieclearshow.com
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Mohamed Sanu highlights from his junior year, where he shattered Larry Fitzgerald's Big East record by recording 115 catches. Should be a 1st round draft pick.
Subscribe: www.youtube.com Twitter: twitter.com Justin Blackmon and Alshon Jeffrey are widely regarded as the elite WR prospects in the NFL Draft, but where will they land? Bleacher Report's NFL draft scout Matt Miller has the answers!
This is a CMaX Production. Mohamed Sanu and his brother, Jevon Tyree, are the hardest working athletes on the east coast. Both graduates from South Brunswick High school, Sanu and Tyree stood out effortlessly on the football field. After graduating high school, Sanu went to Rutgers where he continued to stand out, breaking multiple school and conference records including Larry Fitzgerald's record for most catches in a season. Now it is Jevon Tyree's turn. Tyree lead his South Brunswick high school team to a near flawless season. Leaving South Brunswick with the best school record of all time. Just yesterday, Tyree signed a letter of intent to play football at Rutgers University. We all are very excited to see what this kid is going to do at the next level. Sanu and Tyree have fed off each other from the first time they met and will continue to push the boundaries of football. For more exclusive footage and information, subscribe/ follow me on twitter @SEANAVERYTYREE Song download: soundcloud.com
Mohamed Sanu 9 Receptions 133 Yards
Sanu set the Big East and school record for receptions in a season with 115. He gained 1206 yards, the third-most in a single season in school history. He also became the school's all-time leader in career receptions with 210 overtaking the legendary Brian Leonard.
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Iowa State Offense: rush about 50 times more than pass very good rushing, bad passing, very bad scoring RB James White 701 yds 8 TD WR Darius Reynolds 655 rec yds 7 TD QB Jared Barnett 1322 yds 6 TD-6 Int 50.7% completions 41.83% 3rd down conversions Time of possession about even 69.57% red zone conversions with 58.7% TD-decent Defense: terrible against rush, bad against pass, bad scoring not good at getting into backfield Turnover margin -0.67, negative in both wins and losses Rutgers Offense: pass 50 more times than rush terrible 115th rushing attack, good pass attack, average scoring RB Jawan Jamison 766 yds 7 TD bad 3.8 yards per carry WR Mohamed Sanu 1144 rec yds 7 TD QB Chas Dodd 1398 yds 9 TD-7 Int 56.6% completions-took more sacks QB Gary Nova 1533 yds 11 TD-9 Int 51.4% completions 38.1% 3rd down conversions 77% red zone conversions but only 54% TD Time of possession favors them by 5 minutes Defense: average against rush, excellent against pass, excellent scoring good at getting into backfield opponents convert only 33.14% 3rd down conversions Turnover margin +1 in wins, -1.25 in losses, oddly +0.8 vs. winning teams -0.67 vs nonwinning, -3 against ranked teams
Dec. 24th 36 Degrees windy and loving every minute of it. Mohamed Sanu Showed Up Too, These guys flat out ball. Thanks Ivan
RUTGERS FOOTBALL WIDE RECEIVER MOHAMED SANU BREAKS THE BIG EAST RECORD FOR RECEPTIONS. SONG: CHOP THE MOMENT MR. TYREE (RUTGERS FOOTBALL THEME SONG)
Mohamed Sanu had a game-saving catch on 4th and 9 against USF to help Rutgers come back in the last few minutes to tie, then win. Nobody saw the catch. Here it is.
Mohamed Sanu, Jeremy Deering, Chas Dodd and Gary Nova talk about RU's 20-17 win over South Florida.