|* Control every in-depth
aspect of the game.
* Take head-to-head competition
to the next level.
* Experience an interactive
* See and use new animations
that help change the way you play the game.
* Utilize new game modes
that help develop critical football related skills.
* Unlock hidden teams and
extra cheat tips to broaden your gaming experience.
* Import players from NCAA
College Football 2003 to play with the pros via the Draft.
These five players are expected
to make quite a splash in the 2002 NFL
JOEY HARRINGTON completed
a phenomenal run to the top of the college
football ladder in 2001
by quarterbacking his Oregon Ducks to an impressive
Fiesta Bowl win over Colorado
while playing a near-perfect game.
Harrington, a 2001 Heisman
Trophy Finalist, threw 23 touchdowns and only
five interceptions the entire
season. Taken third overall by the Detroit
Lions, he is valued for
his accuracy, leadership and on-field smarts.
A mountain of a man, BRYANT
McKINNIE was practically perfect in pass
protection throughout his
career on the Miami Hurricane offensive line, and
was a big reason (no pun
intended) why the ‘Canes won the 2001 National
Championship. The left tackle
was named to the All-American team and
received the Outland Trophy
in 2001, the award given annually to the
nation’s best lineman. With
quick feet and tremendous size (6-foot-8, 343
lbs.), McKinnie is one of
the best offensive line prospectsin years.
Minnesota selected him seventh
Originally a two-way player
in his freshman year at Texas, MIKE WILLIAMS
eventually settled in at
right tackle and earned a spot on the All-American
team in 2001. Protecting
the blind side of Longhorns QB Chris Simms, who is
a lefty, Williams used his
massive bulk and great athleticism to form a
human wall against the defensive
onslaught. The Buffalo Bills, who selected
Mike fourth overall, are
likely to move him to left tackle, and Williams has
the ability to make the
switch and solidify their front five.
Considered by some to be
the best defensive player in college football last
year, Oklahoma safety ROY
WILLIAMS has seen his draft stock shoot
sky-high in recent weeks.
A hard hitter with incredible ball instincts,
Williams won awards as the
top defender and defensive back in college
football in 2001 and is
viewed as one of the best safety prospects to enter
the pros in a long time.
His excellent size gives him the presence ofan extra
linebacker, and it’s not
a stretch to say that he could be the next step
forward in the evolution
of the safety position. Dallas grabbed Roy eighth
ASHLEY LELIE exploded onto
the scene in 2000, when he caught 74 passes
and 11 TDs for the Hawaii
Rainbow Warriors, and upped his level of play last
season, snaring 83 passes
and chipping in an outstanding 19 TDs. Lelie has
what all teams want out
of their wide receivers – speed, quickness, great
hands, and confidence. He
can be acrobatic as well, and playing in a
pro-style offense in Hawaii
has helped his draft stock. Look for Lelie to be
going deep a lot against
NFL defenses this fall after being selected 19th
overall by Denver.