1995 ALL-PRO TEAM

September 10, 1989

Whatever else may change in the 1990s, speed, power, Reggie White and Cornelius Bennett will remain the same. Dr. Z offers this early line on the other players who will be among the NFL elite by mid-decade.

DEFENSE

BRUCE SMITH, DE
Buffalo Bills. Will dominate the position for years to come

REGGIE WHITE, DE
Philadelphia Eagles. The NFL's best defensive player last year

JEROME BROWN, DT
Philadelphia Eagles. A sleeping giant; by '95 he'll be awake

MARC SPINDLER, DT
Junior, University of Pittsburgh. Will be first lineman drafted in '91

TIM HARRIS, OLB
Green Bay Packers. Everyone is just now learning how good he is

CORNELIUS BENNETT, OLB
Buffalo Bills. The Lawrence Taylor of the '90s

PERCY SNOW, MLB
Senior, Michigan State. An old-style rock-'em, sock-'em middle linebacker

ROD WOODSON, CB
Pittsburgh Steelers. Speedster; with polish he'll be a star

ERIC THOMAS, CB
Cincinnati Bengals. One Pro Bowl already, with many more to come

BENNIE BLADES, SS
Detroit Lions. A hitter. Finesse will follow

MARK CARRIER, FS
Junior, Southern California. Great range, mobility and savvy

OFFENSE

MICHAEL IRVIN, WR
Dallas Cowboys. Speed and third-down toughness

ANDRE HASTINGS, WR
Senior, Morrow (Ga.) High Nation's top schoolboy receiver

DEREK BROWN, TE
Sophomore, Notre Dame. Unlimited potential; 6'7", 235-pound speedster

BRUCE ARMSTRONG, T
New England Patriots. Powerful drive-blocker

PAUL GRUBER, T
Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The finest line prospect the Bucs have ever had

TOM NEWBERRY, G
Los Angeles Rams. In Jackie Slater—Dennis Harrah tradition

ED KING, G
Sophomore, Auburn. Best freshman offensive lineman in the country last year

BOB WHITFIELD, C
Freshman, Stanford. Goes 6'7", 285 pounds; converted tackle

RANDALL CUNNINGHAM, QB
Philadelphia Eagles. Runs, throws, quickens the pulse

BARRY SANDERS, RB
Rookie, Detroit Lions. Assuming Lions put a line in front of him

RODNEY HAMPTON, RB
Junior, Georgia. More promise than former teammate Tim Worley, a No. 1 pick

CHRIS GARDOCKI, K-P
Sophomore, Clemson. A rare all-purpose punter and kicker

ILLUSTRATIONJOHN JINKS TWENTY THREE PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)