Nothing unique here.
Just some guys I'll be paying special attention to during camp news and such.
There are some interesting links I found (apology to Bryce Harris).
Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina:
"He set 15 single-season records for ECU in 2010 and was named Conference USA’s newcomer of the year. He had 28 career rushing touchdowns. He could challenge John Parker Wilson for the No. 3 quarterback spot."(AJC)
"Davis, 6-3, 210 pounds, completed 67.6 percent of his passes (334-of-494) for 3,225 yards with 25 touchdowns as a senior at East Carolina. In 2011, he was a fourth team preseason all-conference selection by Phil Steele and named to the watch lists for the Maxwell and Davey O’Brien awards. Davis turned in a record-breaking campaign during first season with the Pirates, completing 393 of 609 pass attempts for 3,967 yards with 37 touchdowns in 2010. He began his college career at Boston College where he redshirted during Falcons QB Matt Ryan’s senior season with the Eagles."(Team Page)
Cody Pearcy, WR, Huntingdon (Ala):
"The speedster was rated as the 38th-best wide receiver by Kiper. He runs in the 40-yard dash in the 4.3-second range and is a kickoff and punt returner." (AJC)
"Pearcy, 5-11, 160 pounds, is Huntingdon’s all-time leader with 147 receptions, 2,632 receiving yards, 25 touchdown catches and a 17.9 yard per reception average. He caught a team-high 46 passes for 766 yards with eight touchdowns during his senior season. In 2010, Pearcy was a first team D-III Senior Classic Preseason All-American and rewrote the Hawks record books logging 51 catches for 1,078 yards with 12 touchdowns."(Team Page)
Lamark Brown, TE, Minnesota-Mankato:
"He has great size at 6-foot-3 and 226 pounds. He transferred from Kansas State. He was the 50th-ranked wide receiver by ESPN draft analyst Kiper."(AJC)
"Brown, 6-3, 220 pounds, caught 31 passes for 405 yards with five touchdowns during his senior season at Minnesota-Mankato. He also added 31 carries for 98 yards with four touchdowns. Prior to arriving at Minnesota-Mankato, he was a three-year player at Kansas State." (Team Page)
Bryce Harris, OT, Fresno State:
"He was a four-time academic All-WAC pick. He was projected to go in the fifth or sixth round by Pro Football Weekly. Started at left tackle for three seasons after starting his career as a defensive lineman." (AJC)
"Harris, 6-6, 300 pounds, was selected to the All-WAC first team by the league coaches and named to Phil Steele’s All-WAC first team after starting in all 13 games at left tackle at Fresno State. He played for Falcons offensive line coach Pat Hill, who served as the Bulldogs head coach prior to arriving in Atlanta. Harris helped guide RB Robbie Rouse to a WAC-best 1,549 rushing yards, which was the third highest rushing total in single season in school history. He also blocked for QB Derek Carr, who became just the fifth Bulldog to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season." (Team Page)
Josh Harris, LS, Auburn:
"The Carrollton High product was considered the best long snapper in the draft. He consistently gets his snaps back in .70 seconds or less."(AJC)
"Josh Harris, 6-1, 224 pounds, served as Auburn’s long snapper on field goals, punts and PATs for the last three seasons, including 2010 when the Tigers won the BCS National Championship. The Carrollton, GA native was a SEC Academic Honor Roll selection in 2008 and 2009." (Team Page)