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Steelers NFL Draft Forecast: Fullbacks

Friday, April 20, 2001

By Ed Bouchette, Post-Gazette Sports Writer

Heath Evans
6-0, 245
Auburn
1 Can run, block and catch and that alone makes him No. 1 in a poor field, typical of recent years at the position. He also played halfback. Good speed.

Moran Norris
6-1, 250
Kansas
2 Started out as a tight end. Extremely strong. Injuries last season reduced the effectiveness he showed as a junior. Good runner. Has great ability.

Dan Alexander
6-0, 255
Nebraska
3 Worth a gamble if you need a fullback because of his size and potential. Not a good prospect at running back, which is where he played.

R.J. Bowers
6-0 1/2, 245
Grove City
4 It is ironic that the NCAA's all-time leading ground gainer will be moved to fullback, where he will have little chance to run with the ball. West Middlesex High School product, Mercer County.

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