46 Players granted special eligibility for the 2009 NFL Draft

46 PLAYERS GRANTED SPECIAL ELIGIBILITY FOR 2009 NFL DRAFT
 
The National Football League announced today the names of 46 players who have been granted special eligibility for the 2009 NFL Draft on April 25-26.
 
Each of the 46 players has met the league's three-year eligibility rule and each has submitted a written application in which he renounced his remaining college football eligibility.  The deadline for receiving applications was January 15.
 
In 2008, 53 players were granted special eligibility for the draft.
 
The players declared eligible are:
 

Player
Pos.
College
Allen, Asher
DB
Georgia
Britt, Kenny
WR
Rutgers
Britton, Eben
T
Arizona
Brown, Donald
RB
Connecticut
Brown, Everette
DE
Florida State
Butler, Carson
TE
Michigan
Byrd, Jairus
DB
Oregon
Casey, James
TE
Rice
Childs, Jeremy
WR
Boise State
Coffee, Glen
RB
Alabama
Cook, Emanuel
DB
South Carolina
Cook, Jared
TE
South Carolina
Crabtree, Michael
WR
Texas Tech
Davie, Andrew
TE
Arkansas
Davis, Nate
QB
Ball State
Davis, Vontae
DB
Illinois
Evans, Maurice
DE
Penn State
Freeman, Josh
QB
Kansas State
Goodson, Mike
RB
Texas A&M
Greene, Shonn
RB
Iowa
Hartline, Brian
WR
Ohio State
Harvin, Percy
WR
Florida
Heyward-Bey, Darrius
WR
Maryland
Hill, P.J.
RB
Wisconsin
Isdaner, Greg
G
West Virginia
Jean-Francois, Ricky
DT
Louisiana State
Maclin, Jeremy
WR
Missouri
Marks, Sen'Derrick
DT
Auburn
Maybin, Aaron
DE
Penn State
McCoy, LeSean
RB
Pittsburgh
Means, Andrew
WR
Indiana
Moore, D.J.
DB
Vanderbilt
Moreno, Knowshon
RB
Georgia
Morrah, Cameron
TE
California
Munnerlyn, Captain
DB
South Carolina
Nicks, Hakeem
WR
North Carolina
Ogletree, Kevin
WR
Virginia
Powers, Jerraud
DB
Auburn
Quinn, Richard
TE
North Carolina
Sanchez, Mark
QB
Southern California
Smith, Andre
T
Alabama
Smith, Sean
DB
Utah
Stafford, Matt
QB
Georgia
Washington, Donald
DB
Ohio State
Wells, Chris
RB
Ohio State
Williams, Brandon
DE
Texas Tech

 
 
 

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