Summer Sleeper – Armanti Edwards

June 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is our first installment of our Summer Sleeper series, intended to assist you in keeping tabs on some lesser known players who should be on dynasty radars. Many of these players may simply fizzle out, but adding the right one now can be a huge coup for your team. 
Today, we take a gander at the intriguing Armanti Edwards of the Carolina Panthers. While Edwards isn’t a household name outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan, he should be a player you keep tabs on this Summer.  Let’s take a closer look at the man who Wolverine fans love to hate.
Edwards’ college statistics are mind-boggling. He threw for 10,392 yards and 74 TDs, while adding 4,361 rushing yards and 64 TDs, which is no joke. However, you most likely remember him as the QB who went to the “Big House” and helped Appalachian State knock off Michigan on opening day in 2007. That win ultimately led to the demise of Michigan Head Coach Lloyd Carr. He’s much more than ...

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