Drafted: Pick 23 of the 5th round by Denver
Positives: Has good body structure and development throughout his frame...Does a nice job of closing the cushion and creating space up field, using his burst to threaten the defense on deep routes...Has a sharp change of direction and explosive quickness... Gets separation in and out of his cuts...Will make the tough catches in the crowd and is quick to tuck the ball away and head upfield after the reception...Can adjust to the high and low tosses, tracking the ball properly in flight, doing a good job of snatching over his shoulders...Watches the ball in and extends his hands to pluck the ball...Makes a good effort to run after the catch...Goes all out when asked to serve as a blocker or decoy.
Negatives: Needs to use his hands better to get a better release off the line, as he tends to leave his chest too exposed to defeat press coverage...Has a drop step in his release and shows a poor stance at the line, lacking good body lean to get into his routes suddenly... Despite his speed, he is not elusive with the ball...Jumps well for the ball, but misses some, as his timing appears to be off...Will body catch some...Give good effort as a blocker, but he is more of a waist-bender who drops his head upon contact...Takes a false step before accelerating...Tends to lose his confidence after dropping a pass...Needs route refinement, as he gets too upright in his stance.
Unheralded athlete who seemingly came out of nowhere (did not make the 2001 TCU Football Media Guide) to earn the team's MVP honors as a junior...His greatest strength might be his ability to adjust to the ball while it's in the air...Known for his excellent work ethic and great attitude, he gets the most out of his ability and has dedicated considerable hours to getting stronger in the weight room...Began his career at Mifddle Georgia...Made 82 catches for 1343 yards (16.4 avg) and seven touchdowns in 22 games for the Horned Frogs.
Played in eleven games, starting the first seven and final three contests at the "Z" receiver slot position...Led the team with 32 receptions for 524 yards (16.4 avg) and two scores.
Cincinnati...Began the year with 51 yards on 4 catches.
Northwestern...Snatched 3 passes for 85 yards.
Southern Methodist...Followed with a pair of grabs for 51 yards.
North Texas...Made 5 catches for 42 yards.
Houston...Followed with 4 receptions for 74 yards.
Army...Grabbed 3 passes for 77 yards and a 46-yard touchdown.
Louisville...Had a solo tackle and 4 catches for 50 yards, including a 20-yard score.
Southern Mississippi...Had a 17-yard catch before leaving the game after getting banged up (injury undisclosed).
East Carolina...Totaled 44 yards on 3 catches.
Colorado State (Liberty Bowl)...Closed out his career with 16 yards on 2 catches.
Despite not joining the squad until August, he earned the Rogers Trophy as the team's Most Valuable Player...Started the final eight games at the "Z" receiver position, leading the team with 50 receptions (sixth-best season total in school history) for 819 yards (16.4 avg) and five touchdowns.
Nebraska...Made 4 catches for 46 yards in his first game for the Horned Frogs.
Northwestern State (La.)...In his first start for TCU, he snared 6 passes for 99 yards and a 23-yard touchdown.
Army...Gained 64 yards on 5 catches, including an 8-yard score.
East Carolina...Hauled in a career-high 10 passes for 109 yards and a 12-yard touchdown.
Alabama-Birmingham...Followed with 104 yards on 6 catches.
Louisville...Caught 4 passes for 116 yards and an 80-yard touchdown...His 80-yarder was the seventh-longest reception in school history.
Southern Mississippi...Became the first player in school history to gain over 100 yards receiving in four-straight games as he totaled 177 yards with a 74-yard score on 6 grabs.
Texas A&M (Galleryfurniture.com Bowl)...Made 7 catches for 65 yards.
Completed his sophomore season (2000) at Middle Georgia Junior College...Played for Randy Pippin...Caught just five passes for a run-oriented offense but four went for touchdowns...Played primarily on special teams in 1999, returning two kickoffs for touch-downs and blocked three punts.
Missed the 2002 Tulane game after getting banged up (injury undisclosed) vs. Southern Mississippi.
Campus Agility Tests
4.51 in the 40-yard dash...410-pound bench press...510-pound squat...340-pound power clean...31.5-inch vertical jump...30 5/8-inch arm length...9-inch hands...Right-handed... 18/22 Wonderlic score.
COMBINE AGILITY TESTS
ARM HAND TEST 40 20 10 225 VJ BJ SHUTTLE CONE
30 1/2 9 3/4 21 4.48 2.65 1.56 32 9'11" 4.26 7.32
Attended Lancaster (Tex.) High...Lettered twice in football and three time in track...Prep coach was Doug Black.
Speech Communications major...Son of Andrea and Martin Madise...Born Adrian James Madise on 3/23/80...Resides in Lancaster, Texas.
YEAR GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/G GM/AVG
Drafted: Pick 24 of the 5th round by Atlanta
Positives: Well-built with long arms and classic knee bend...Shows the quickness releasing off the line to easily fight through the press...Crisp in running his routes...Does a nice job of working the sidelines and maintaining balance while going for the ball in traffic...Uses his hands well to escape the jam and gets a good push off the defender going up for the pass...His short burst generally gets him behind defenders...Solid upfield blocker.
Negatives: More of a body catcher than one that will extend for the ball...Seems to shy away from contact a lot, especially when going over the middle...Lacks the juking and dancing moves to elude defenders after the catch, rather relying on his quickness to escape...Not natural with his hands, preferring to let the ball come into his body...Needs to do a better job of attacking the ball, as he will not compete with defenders in traffic.
Two-year starter who was known for his ability to come up with the big play...Dropped over twenty pounds from his frame prior to his senior year to increase his overall quickness...Finished his career with 89 receptions for 1669 yards (18.75 avg) and 14 touchdowns...Only Jason Stargell (19.7 avg, 1982-86) and Jim O'Brien (21.97 avg, 1967-69) had a higher career average in school annals...His 1649 yards rank fifth in Cincinnati annals.
Recipient of the team's Outstanding Receiver Award...Started every game, finishing second on the team with a career-high 54 receptions for 1114 yards (20.6 avg) and seven touchdowns...His 1114 yards broke the old school season-record of 1107 yards by Jim O'Brien in 1968. Texas Christian...Began the year by grabbing 3 passes for 128 yards and a 75-yard score. West Virginia...Held to a season-low 5-yard catch. Ohio State...Snared 3 passes for 55 yards. Temple...Had 6 receptions for 85 yards and a 32-yard touchdown. Miami (Oh.)...Tied a school game-record with 13 grabs, good for a career-high 240 yards and a 68-yard touchdown...His 13 catches equaled the Bearcats record first set by Tom Rossley vs. Wichita State in 1968...Only Rossley (254 vs. Louisville in 1968) gained more yards in a game for Cincinnati. Tulane...Followed with 82 yards on 4 grabs. Houston...Caught 2 passes for 15 yards and a score. Hawaii...Fumbled the ball once, but had 7 receptions for 102 yards. East Carolina...Hauled in 4 passes for 193 yards with touchdowns of 48, 49 & 78 yards. North Texas (New Orleans Bowl)...Closed out his career with 4 catches for 107 yards.
Moved into the starting lineup, ranking third on the team with 27 receptions for 469 yards (17.4 avg) and a team-high seven touchdowns...Only Jim Kelly (nine in 1950) and Jim O'Brien (12 in 1968) had more scoring grabs in a season for the Bearcats. Army...Snared 7 passes for 76 yards and a 25-yard touchdown. Alabama-Birmingham...Added an 8-yard touchdown grab. Louisville...Added a pair of catches for 96 yards, including a 71-yard score. Memphis...Hauled in 6 passes for 144 yards and a pair of touchdowns, earning Conference USA Player of the Week honors. Louisiana-Monroe...Followed with 7 & 13-yard scoring receptions. Toledo (Motor City Bowl)...Made 3 catches for 47 yards.
Saw reserve action in seven games, catching three passes for 23 yards (7.7 avg). Houston...Gained 17 yards on a pair of grabs. Alabama-Birmingham...Added a 6-yard catch.
Played in seven games, catching five passes for 62 yards (12.6 avg). Southern Mississippi...Gained 62 yards on 5 grabs, but suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee on his final catch...Underwent surgery and missed the rest of the season.
Redshirted as a freshman.
Suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee vs. Southern Mississippi, missing the final four games of the 1999 season...Bothered by a patella fracture in 2000 that would cost him playing time in four games.
Campus Agility Tests
4.67 in the 40-yard dash...550-pound squat...1100-pound leg sled...Bench presses 225 pounds eight times...34-inch vertical leap...9'1" broad jump...32 ½-inch arm length... 9 ¼-inch hands...Right-handed...21/35 Wonderlic score.
Attended Hazard (Ky.) High...Honorable mention All-State selection as a senior, playing for coach Maurice Dixon...Caught 51 passes for 1050 yards and a Kentucky high school record 22 touchdowns as a senior, leading team to an 11-1 record and the second round of the state playoffs...Four-sport standout, lettering twice in both football and track, four times in basketball and once in baseball...Named honourable mention all-state in basketball after leading the team in scoring as a junior...Rated one of the top-25 players in Kentucky by the Lexington Herald-Leader...Finished fifth in the state in the high jump as a junior, owning a personal best of 6'3".
Criminal Justice major...Received Bearcat Scholar honors (3.0 GPA or above) during 2001 spring quarter...Cousin, Carolyn Alexander, is a reserve guard on the Cincinnati's women's basketball team...Son of Payne and Sheila Olinger..Born 8/24/80 in Hazard, Kentuky.
YEAR GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG
1999 7 0 5 63 12.6 0 19 0.71 9.00
2000 7 0 3 23 7.7 0 9 0.43 3.29
2001 11 11 27 469 17.3 7 71 2.45 42.64
2002 14 14 54 1,114 20.6 7 78 3.86 79.57
TOTAL 39 25 89 1,669 18.8 14 78 2.28 42.79
Note ? R/PG indicates receptions per game ? GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game