Wali Lundy from Virginia and Brian Calhoun from Wisconsin are just two of
many running backs which have caught the attention of team personnel in
Wali Lundy sports good size (5-11 ½ - 214-lbs) and is believed to have the physical attributes to potentially become an every down back ( he was a
receiver in high-school) at the professional level. His ability to catch the football and short yardage reliability has made Lundy an increasingly interesting prospect.
Brian Calhoun is also an interesting prospect and a player who may be somewhat underrated to the general public.
"Brian Calhoun in the right situation could be a very interesting prospect. He has the speed, elusiveness, and durability to play at the next level," one AFC team scout noted. "The question is whether his size (5-9 ½ - 202-lbs) will be a deterrent. At this time where we are again seeing a mix of big and small backs in the league, there could be a place for him (Calhoun)."
Approximately 15 teams have talked with Lundy at the Indianapolis Combine, with the Ravens, Seahawks, and Cardinals being a few of them. No less than 12 teams have directly talked with Calhoun, with additional interviews scheduled for Friday.
The 2006 NFL Combine opened up with many unanswered questions.