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THE ANN ARBOR
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Les Patineurs Saturday,May 1, 1982
choreographed by NANCY ABBEY 7:30 p.m.

Page 14-Friday, April 16, 1982-The Michigan Daily

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With the NFL draft approaching,
Michigan Daily football writer Ron
Pollack sought out the expertise of
player personnel directors from
around the league. The following
are the thoughts of two such per-
sonnel directors on the Michigan
football players who are eligible for
the draft. The first six rounds of the
draft will be held April 27th, with
the final six rounds taking place on
the 28th.
The Michigan players receiving the
most attention by NFL scouts are run-,
ning back Butch Woolfolk, offensive
tackles Bubba Paris and Ed Muransky,
offensive guard Kurt Becker and,
fullback Stanley Edwards. Other
Wolverines who could hear their name
called out 'on draft day are linebacker
Ben Needham, defensive backs Brian
Carpenter and Tony Jackson, and
defensive lineman Tony Osbun.
Dallas Cowboy player personnel
directorsGil Brandt had the following to.
say about these performers:
Woolfolk, Becker & Paris-"They all
stand a good chance of going in the first
round."

More on Becker-"The thing you like
best about Becker, is his hard work. He
works to improve himself. He's big and
a good athlete."
Muransky-"I think Muransky
should have stayed in school another
year. He'll be selected in the draft, but
he would have gone 'higher if he'd
stayed another year. He needs to im-
prove his quickness and get a lot
stronger. Right now, he's just big. He's
not exceptionally strong."
Edwards-"He'll probably be a
second round pick. He's a good athlete
who catches the ball well. I think he can
play either halfback or fullback in the
pros."
Needham-"He's a middle round
choice. Probably in the area of the four-
th or fifth round."
Osbun-"He'll probably be drafted on
the second day of the draft. I think
people will bring him in and evaluate
what position will be best for him since
he played on the defensive line last year
and on the offensive line before that.
He'll be brought in and he'll do some
pass blocking and some pass rushing
and then a decision will be made."
Carpenter-"He's got great
quickness and ability to play the pass.

The thing that concerns you, is that he's
not very strong. Sooner or later, you
have to tackle someone. It wouldn't
surprise me if he were taken in the
second round."
Jackson-"I don't think he's quite as
good as Carpenter, but he has potential.
I'm not sure.where he'll be drafted."
Another NFL player personnel direc-
tor, who asked that his name not be
used, also assessed the draft-day
prospects of these players.
Woolfolk-"We like him a lot. He's
definitely a first round pick. He has out-
standing speed, but is an unproven
blocker. He has good hands both
carrying and catching the ball."
Edwards-"He should be drafted on
the first day of the draft. He could do a
good job at halfback or fullback. He has
good hands."
Becker-"He's your typical tough
aggressive Michigan lineman. He

should be drafted on the first day."
Paris-"He has great potential. We
like his athletic skills. He must watch
his weight with and play with more con-
sistency. He's a possible to probable
first round draft choice."
Muransky-"He's a big, strong,
physical player. But speed could be a
question mark."
Needham-"He's a good athlete who
may need more strength and bulk. He
should contribute to a pro team. He'll
probably be drafted on the first day."
Osbun-"He's a tough competitor,
but as a pro he may be better suited to
play offensive guard rather than the
defensive line."
Carpenter-"He's an outstanding
athlete. We like his man-to-man
coverage. He could use more weight.
He's a likely first-day pick."
Jackson-"Tough competitor."

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Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Detroit Tiger base-
ball game yesterday lacked the usual
luster of an opening day at Tiger
Stadium. But the home team did win,
as the Tigers finally opened their home
season and downed the Toronto Blue
Jays, 4-2.
The Tigers managed a nine-hit attack,
all the safeties coming off Blue Jay
starter and loser Dave Steib (0-1).
THE BLUE JAYS held a 2-1 advan-
tage until the fifth inning when the
Tigers strung together single runs in
the fifth, six, and seventh innings.
The game winner came in the sixth
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scored on Enos Cabell's hit. Lemon
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