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35. Nathan Longshore – California (SO)
Even the intelligentsia at Berkeley appear able to have their own unruly socialite run-ins, as perceived starter Steve Levy was suspended for at least the season-opener. Fantasy owners, turn your attention away from Levy and watch the battle between sophomore Nathan Longshore and Joe Ayoob. But, even more so than at Arizona State, the question arises as to which quarterback does one choose? Longshore came away impressive in the first part of 2006 practices, but could very well benefit from another year of learning – not to mention that a noticeable limp from an injury sustained in last year’s first game was still apparent and may require additional healing. Longshore played only in the Bears’ opener against Sacramento State (he broke his ankle), and came away with 131 yards passing, one touchdown, and one interception. Less than stellar numbers. The potential Longshore possesses may prove too tempting, with Longshore getting the nod against Tennessee. Too much uncertainty here for quarterbacks, fantasy owners would be well off to look to other PAC-10 schools for potential short and long-term payoffs. Running backs at Berkeley are a first round must, but see Ayoob or Longshore as more a potential second or third week pickup.