2010 NFL Draft Prospect Spotlight: Sean Ware

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Playing at a Division I-AA school makes it hard enough for a player to get noticed by NFL scouts. Being snubbed by the NFL Combine makes it even harder.
However, position versatility, solid production, and elite measurables are all very helpful in catching the eye of NFL scouts and general managers.
University of New Hampshire linebacker Sean Ware has all of these.
Ware redshirted his freshman year for the Wildcats in 2005 and played mostly on special teams in 2006, racking up 24 tackles.
In line to be a starter for 2007, Ware suffered a knee injury that forced him to miss the entire season.
In 2008, Ware showed he was fully recovered from his injury by starting all 13 games for New Hampshire. His 88 tackles that year ranked third on the team, while his eight tackles for loss ranked second on the team. He also recorded half a sack, an interception, two pass breakups, and a forced fumble.
In 2009, Ware again started all 13 games for the Wildcats. He no...

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