FOUR NORTH GREENVILLE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS RANKED HIGH ON PRO FOOTBALL SCOUTING LIST
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
FOUR NORTH GREENVILLE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS RANKED HIGH ON PRO FOOTBALL SCOUTING LIST

Tigerville, SC – Four North Greenville University football players have been ranked among the nation’s top small college professional prospects by The Sports XChange, a prominent football scouting service utilized by top coaches and media personalities.
Crusader running backs Matt Moore (5-11 215 SR/Washington, D.C./Conley HS), and Rashad Cummings (5-9 208 SR Mount Dora, FL/HS) were 7th and 8th highest ranked small college players.  Cummings was a the NCAA Division II Independent Conference running back of the year in 2006 when NGU won the Victory Bowl championship. 
Andre Bernardi (6-3 265 SR/Marietta, GA/Osborne HS) was ranked as the 7th best defensive end among the nation’s Division II, III and NAIA colleges and universities.
Also, Brandon Dobbins (6-6 230 SR/Goose Creek, SC/Stratford HS) was evaluated by the pro scouts as the 19th best wide receiver.
North Greenville, which opens its season at Football Championship Series school Liberty University Saturday, Aug. 30, was 5-6 last season under 9th year coach Mike Taylor.  The Crusaders are an NCAA Division II independent.
The Sport XChange is used by many  NFL head coaches and scouts including Coach Jon Gruden of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and television analysts like John Madden, Chris Berman, Howie Long, and Dan Marino.  It evolved from Coach Bill Walsh’s Online draft analysis and is one of the most respected recruiting services.  The full small college rankings are available at www.nfldraftscout.com.