Other valuable Bears that missed the top 10 - part two
This is the final part in a two-part story detailing players that could have easily made the list of top 10 MVB's for 2009. In part one, Shane Vereen, the starting fullback, and the starting tight end were three of six players that nearly made it in.
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#1 Jun 30, 2009
on syd--syd comes from a line of athletes his grandma was a professional basketball player in oklahoma uncle BT played cb at ok state detroit drive and san diego chargers uncles art marcus standouts in football and baseball cousin julius ohio state and was raised attending uncle BT skillz athletic clinics where he constantly went up against norcals finest syd a little undersized dont matter he will and has always been the best player on the field lock down corner is just the beginning put the ball in his hands and see what happens oh yeah there are more thompsons on the horizon peyton at san jose state sophmore year-bretton in ohio hockey star and the baby shaq at grant high in sacramento watch out syd is for real
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