By Ed Thompson
Posted Jun 13, 2007
An NFL players' sophomore season can be tough, but sixteen of our NFL team experts picked the second-year players that they think will make the transition from the sidelines to the highlight reels this season. Check out their list and find out why they're high on them inside...
"Out of the 2006 rookies who didn't start last year for your team, which one is most likely to get noticed by fans during his sophomore season in the NFL ... and why?"
That's the question we recently posed to our Scout NFL publishers and writers. Check out who sixteen of them picked below.
It could be any of three for the Steelers: O-lineman Willie Colon, return man Willie Reid or free safety Anthony Smith.
I'll go with Smith since he has the edge on Ryan Clark for the job. Smith is a rangy, hard-hitting ball hawk who has fit in with the vets since he arrived.