Whatever happened to…?

In case you’re wondering, it seems Cameron Nizialek will be booting the ol’ pigskin for the Evil Genius in the AAF this coming season.

Maybe that’s why he has Columbia listed as his college instead of Georgia.

For the record, I don’t see any kids there listing Georgia as their college.  At least Shaq Wiggins has the sense not to list Tennessee as his, though.

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  1. I’m surprised Cam didn’t get a good chance with an NFL team. Of course, NFL punters have jobs for life if they can still kick the ball high and 45 yards. Maybe he’s biding his time in the AAF until one of those 32 coveted spots open up.

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  2. Got Cowdog

    Nizialek was Money for us last season. We’ll miss that guy.

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  3. NCDawg

    I expected to see Big Trent on this list. Not many linemen on either side.

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    • I was thinking that as well. I have no idea if he could have come back if he wanted to, but Trent’s decision to leave was a terrible idea.

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      • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

        I have made this observation elsewhere, but why was leaving a terrible idea? I get that he got cut. I also get that he lost effectiveness. At the same time, there was no reason to think he was going to get better staying and I think you know that. For him, this was his best shot. It didn’t work out, but depending upon what sort of health issues he had/has and whether they can be fixed, he might still make it. But if he can’t make it, it wasn’t going to do him (or us, for that matter) any good to stay.

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        • W Cobb Dawg

          Um, staying would allow him to continue his education on the cheap – at the very least. It’s not going out on a limb to predict he’d get playing time too.

          And ya never know, who among us would’ve predicted Wynn would be a 1st round pick as recently as one year ago. If health issues are the crux of the problem, he’d have more time to recover before the next draft. Whomever advised him to leave early did him one helluva disservice.

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        • Whoever gave him advice to leave did not do him justice unless Trent didn’t have the option to stay. As WCD mentioned, Wynn played himself into the 1st round as a senior.

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          • Anonymous

            I have heard that Trent has bad knees with a short shelf life. That If he had any hope of making some money via football, he needed to do it quickly.

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            • Even more reason he should have stayed to get the degree, improve his draft standing and prove he could stay healthy.

              At this point, he’s going to end up back in Albany with no prospects and broke.

              I truly hate it for him.

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              • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

                You know, of course, he can always go back to school. And if he has bad knees/shoulder/whatever, how is he going to improve his draft status?

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                • You really think Trent decided leaving was best for him? In December he said he was coming back. What changed? Either he got bad advice or he couldn’t come back.

                  If it was the latter, he wasn’t going to be able to come back to UGA to get his degree. If it was the former, no one comes out early to become an undrafted free agent. He got bad advice from someone … family, friends or an agent … because no way did his draft projection come back to entice him to leave.

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  4. 81Dog

    The old ball sack is loading up on punters? Maybe he needs a spare because he anticipates they’re going to get a lot of work.

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  5. 202dawg

    I know he got his four year from there, but really don’t like seeing Columbia next to his name.

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  6. Tony Barnfart

    Is he the best punter we’ve had in the last 20 years ? (if we’re allowing only 1 yr of play into the equation)

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