Raheem’s Looking At Another Hofstra Player

April 30th, 2010

Joe took a look at the list of 50 or so tryout players participating in the rookie minicamp that runs through Sunday at One Buc Palace, and one name jumped off the page at Joe.

That would be Hofstra. That’s where Raheem The Dream played 1-AA ball.

The head coach embraced the well liked Bucs practice squad running back and Hofstra alum Kareem Huggins, who was signed last offseason. Now the Bucs will take a look at fullback/tight end/long snapper Phil Riley III, who seems to be a workout warrior type at 6-3, 248 lbs.

Heck, the guy’s got his own Web site.

The Bucs have K2, why not Phil3?

In all seriousness, Joe’s just thinking that Riley’s got the eye of Raheem The Dream. He won’t go unnoticed, which could give him a leg up on the field — or get him packing quickly.

8 Responses to “Raheem’s Looking At Another Hofstra Player”

  1. bucfanjeff Says:

    I want to see Huggins on the field. Let’s see what this kid has to offer.

  2. RastaMon Says:

    the kid is a polished writer to boot…

  3. aldo Says:

    huggins is a beast!! he would be a starting RB soon….

    and if this kid is a great TE plz cut jerramy stevens!!!

  4. bucfanjeff Says:

    Joe, off topic, but you had a link a while back for NFL apps on your phone. Can you post again?

  5. bucfanjeff Says:

    Disregard…got it.

  6. sunrisejeff Says:

    If he is a solid long snapper I have no problem with him making the team. Eco didn’t look very consistent to me last year. By the way looks like the reciever Joe was clamoring for may not have learned his lesson about not being a punk quite yet


    Trouble just seems to follow this kid.

  7. bucfanjeff Says:

    Joe is often wrong, even he might admit that… 😉

  8. sunrisejeff Says:

    Pfffft Joe is NEVER wrong……just misquoted 😛