Strahan inducted into Black College Football HOF

Former Giant DE Michael Strahan is headed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August, but yesterday he was inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Atlanta.

Strahan joined former Steelers WR John Stallworth (Alabama A&M) and RB Leroy Kelly (Morgan State), who played for the Cleveland Browns in the BFCHOF’s fifth annual induction class.

Other notables inducted were former Oilers LB Robert Brazile (Jackson State); OL Doug Wilkerson (North Carolina Central), who played for the Chargers in the NFL.

Also inducted were college stars former Mississippi Valley State quarterback Willie Totten and former Alcorn State head coach Marino Casem.




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jaymanjay
jaymanjay

Was a little late to the draft take on the last post so Ill post here instead.  


I am very happy with the position the Giants are in right at 12.  The two position I think have high value to the giants happen to be deep in this draft.  However, I think OL is a bit deeper than WR in top level talent.  


I would love Lewan but given his combine doubt he is there in fact I think the giants have a better shot at Mathews dropping given Lewans upside and physical tools over Mathews. That being said I say if Mike Evans is there you take him.  


Even if guys like Martin are gone I am sure Cyrus might be there in the second given his poor combine.  There are other OL options that will be there in the second.  WR is deep but its not elite deep.