05/01/06

News 7 at Noon


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CAPTION: Day Off

Immigrants are betting they'll be
missed today, as they boycott work,
school, and shopping.
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CAPTION:Anna Nicole

The U-S Supreme Court decides if a
former stripper can sue for some of her
late husbands BILLIONS.


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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


*CG 305 >>
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GRAPHIC=Immigration Massive demonstrations and boycotts


are scheduled in cities across the
country today by those supporting
immigrant rights.

Organizers hope today's "Day without

Immigrants" will show just how vital
illegal immigrants are to the country's
economy.

Jennifer Miller has more from
Chicago.

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INQ=Supporters of immigrant




*CG locator Chicago, IL


*CG 2line Rosa Pedroza
Immigrant
*CG standup Jennifer Miller
Reporting
*CG 2line Karen Silva
U. S. Citizen


*CG locator Washington, DC



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(Loc: Chicago)



(NATS OF HORN GROUP W/ FLAGS)



SUPPORTERS OF IMMIGRANT RIGHTS ARE

SOUNDING THE CALL FOR A DAY OF

NATIONWIDE MARCHES AND RALLIES. THEY
HOPE THE DEMONSTRATIONS STEP UP

SUPPORT FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM.



(Rosa Pedroza/Immigrant)



"they're here because they want to
succeed in life they want a future

for their families, that's all they
want."



HUGE RALLIES, NUMBERING IN THE
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS ARE BEING PLANNED

IN CITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY WHERE
DEMONSTRATORS ARE HOPING TO FORM

HUMAN CHAINS OR GATHER IN LOCAL PARKS.



(Jennifer Miller/Reporting/chicago)



ITS ALSO A MASSIVE BOYCOTT, ORGANIZERS
ARE URGING IMMIGRANTS TO MISS

WORK, SKIP SCHOOL AND AVOID SPENDING
MONEY. SUPPORTERS OF IMMIGRANT

RIGHTS HOPE THE SO-CALLED DAY WITHOUT
IMMIGRANTS REVEALS HOW MUCH

COMMUNITIES RELY ON THEM.



THE SILVA FAMILY FROM WISCONSIN

TRAVELED TO CHICAGO TO TAKE PART IN THE

RALLY. THEIR EIGHTH GRADE DAUGHTER IS
SKIPPING SCHOOL TO BE HERE AND

TELLS US MOM AND DAD CAME TO THE U-S
ILLEGALLY FROM MEXICO 16 YEARS AGO.



(Karen Silva/US Citizen)

"Who are just here to work and that's
all they want."



THE MAY DAY MARCH COMES WEEKS AFTER
HUGE DEMONSTRATIONS IN FAVOR OF

IMMIGRANT RIGHTS AND AGAINST MEASURES
before congress That GET TOUGH

ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS.



THE PROTESTS MAY BE TAKING THEIR TOLL
ON THE PRESIDENT. THE LATEST

CBS NEWS POLL SHOWS 56 PERCENT OF
AMERICANS DISAPPROVE OF THE WAY HE IS

HANDLING IMMIGRATION.



in washington SOME LAWMAKERS ARE
FOCUSING ON A MEASURE THAT WOULD

CLASSIFY UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS AS FELONS
AND CONSTRUCT A FENCE ALONG THE

U.S. MEXICO BORDER.



BUT IMMIGRANT ADVOCATES ARE PUSHING

FOR A PLAN TO MAKE MILLIONS OF

IMMIGRANTS AMERICAN CITIZENS .. and
they hope today's DEMONSTRATIONS

WILL put the pressure on to do just
that.



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GRAPHIC=Hold A Survey USA nationwide poll suggests


most Americans believe today's
activities could create a backlash
against the protestors.

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VO-NAT 51 per cent say the boycotts and


protests will create a backlash.

25 per cent say they will have no
effect, and 20 per cent say they'll
help achieve the immigration activists'
goals.

An even bigger majority, 60 per cent,
believes the events will have no impact
at all on immigration laws and policy.

Just over a quarter say they will have
minor impact, and 12 per cent believe
the protests and boycotts will have a
major impact.


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The poll covers a lot more ground with
11 questions in all.

If you would like to see the full
results, head to wdbj7-dot-com.

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GRAPHIC=Hutcherson A woman who writes grant


applications for non-profit
organizations testified this morning
that she fabricated the minutes that
authorized Rev. Carl Hutcherson to take
a loan.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Last Week Davida Wingfield testified Hutcherson
told her to create board meeting

minutes.

When prosecutors asked Wingfield if
the minutes were false, she said they
were.

She later testified Hutcherson looked
at the minutes and said he was not
quote "a paperwork kind of guy."

The evidence says Hutcherson took a
30 thousand dollar loan from his own
church charity.

The money was a gift from Jerry
Falwell's ministry.

The trial of the Lynchburg Mayor
continues this afternoon.

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GRAPHIC=Duke A grand jury is meeting today in


Durham.

However, the district attorney says
he won't seek a third indictment in the
rape case involving members of the Duke
University lacrosse team.

ENG#=4 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Durham, NC


Two lacrosse players are already
charged with raping a woman at an off-
campus party.

Duke's president is expected to
receive a detailed report today on the
past behavior of the lacrosse players.

But legal experts don't expect it to
have much impact on the case.

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INQ=This is like




*CG 2line Mickey Sherman
CBS New Legal Analyst MICKEY SHERMAN/CBS NEWS LEGAL ANALYST:
This is like feel good committee work
on the part of the university. The
lacrosse, soccer, field hockey--What's
the difference. This is a bunch of
young men that acted inappropriately
that night. That's all that counts.

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OQ=all that counts.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Meanwhile, the case is drawing a
lot of attention for this year's
district attorney's race in Durham.

It's turned the election into a
referendum on the performance of

incumbent D-A Mike Nifong (NY'-fahng).

Many say politics has gotten in the
way, and are calling for Nifong to be
removed from the case.


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GRAPHIC=US Supreme Court A victory for former Playboy playmate


Anna Nicole Smith.

The supreme court says she can
continue her legal fight to get part of
her late husband's oil fortune.

Bianca Solorzano reports from
Washington.

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INQ=




*CG locator Washington, DC
February


*CG standup Bianca Solorzano
CBS News




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SHE BROUGHT A SENSE OF DRAMA TO THE
SUPREME COURT... AND THE COURT

UNANIMOUSLY SIDED WITH HER. ANNA
NICOLE SMITH CAN TAKE HER CASE BACK TO

FEDERAL COURT. THE FORMER PLAYBOY
PLAYMATE IS SEEKING MILLIONS OF

DOLLARS FROM THE ESTATE OF HER LATE
HUSBAND... J. HOWARD MARSHALL THE

SECOND. HIS OIL FORTUNE IS WORTH AN
ESTIMATED 1 POINT 6 BILLION

DOLLARS. SHE CLAIMS, HE PROMISED HER
THE MONEY -- BEFORE HIS DEATH.



Smith was a 26-year-old topless dancer
when she married the 89 year old

Marshall in 1994.. He died the
following year.. Touching off years of

intense LEGAL wrangling BETWEEN SMITH,
AND HER LATE HUSBAND'S SON.



IN THE HIGH COURT'S OPINION, JUSTICE
RUTH BADER GINSBERG WROTE -- SMITH

IS ENTITLED TO TAKE HER CASE BACK TO
FEDERAL COURT. BUT, THERE ARE

SEVERAL OTHER ISSUES THAT COULD PREVENT

SMITH -- FROM GETTING THE MONEY

SHE'S SEEKING. SO FAR -- THE FORMER
STRIPPER HAS COLLECTED "NO" MONEY

FROM HER LATE HUSBAND'S ESTATE... BUT,
BEFORE HIS DEATH -- MARSHALL GAVE

HER MORE THAN 6-MILLION DOLLARS IN
GIFTS... INCLUDING 2-HOMES, CLOTHES,

AND EXPENSIVE JEWELRY. SMITH CLAIMS --
HE ALSO PROMISED HER HALF OF HIS

ESTATE.



(STANDUP: Bianca Solorzano / CBS NEWS -
"NOW, THE CASE GOES BACK TO THE

9th U-S CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS IN
CALIFORNIA... THE SAME COURT THAT

PREVIOUSLY RULED FEDERAL COURTS COULD
"NOT" GET INVOLVED IN SMITH'S

CASE. BIANCA SOLORZANO, CBS NEWS,
WASHINGTON.")





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GRAPHIC=Robbery, generic Blacksburg Police are


investigating a home invasion and
robbery.
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It happened in the 16-hundred
block of Patrick Henry Drive around
5:40 yesterday afternoon.

Police say a woman called 9-1-1
saying a man had entered her home with
a handgun.

She said she could also hear her
roomate crying.

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SS=HOLD Police found 29-year-old


Christopher Todd Younger attempting to
flee the scene.

Authorities recovered the weapon
and some items that he allegedly took
from the home.

Younger was charged with
abduction and aggravated robbery.

He's in the Montgomery County
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VO-NAT




*CG tease RESCUE MISSION

and rescue workers in Australia are
surprised at what they find as they try
to rescue two goldminers trapped
underground.
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GRAPHIC=None They've been trapped a half- mile


underground for a week, but rescuers
say two Australian goldminers are okay.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Beaconfield, Australia

Crews located them yesterday and
were stunned that they were not only
alive, but uninjured.

They've been trapped in a cramped
cage since a cave- in

last Tuesday that killed a co- worker.

The digging is moving very
carefully, and officials say it could
take two more days to get the workers

out.

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INQ=The general




*CG 2line Bill Shorten
Australian Workers Union Nation Bill Shorten/Australian Workers Union Secretary nation secretary: The general
expression, the general sentiment is
that they are alive, they are going to
have food and water, but if it takes a
little longer, but it guarantees
bringing them out safely and the
rescuers are safe as they do it, that
is what is going to happen.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT



In fact, rescuers passed the miners
their first food today through a

four-inch diameter pipe -- a meal
consisting of biscuits and water.

They're also being served vitamin
pills and protein drink.


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GRAPHIC=Muhammad, John Allen Jury selection begins today in the


trial of convicted sniper John Muhammad
in Maryland.

ENG#=3 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Muhhamad is already on Virginia's
death row after being convicted of a
sniper shooting in Manassas.

He'll be tried for six murders
during the 2002 Washington area sniper
spree that left 10 people dead and
three wounded.

Maryland is NOT seeking the death
penalty against him.

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GRAPHIC=None Classes were disrupted at a


Maryland High School, where a
suspicious package was found early this
morning.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Beltsville, MD

Prince George's County fire
department and bomb squad were
dispatched to High Point High School
after a maintenance worker discovered
the package just before six A-M.

Students and faculty assembled on the
football field.

Officials say classes will resume
once the bomb squad clears the package.

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GRAPHIC=Ferrum A plan to build a new shopping


center at Ferrum College is closer to
reality.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Ferrum

Last Week The Virginia Tobacco Commission
recently awarded the college a
300-thousand dollar grant.

The money will be used to
relocate the Blue Ridge Institute's
Farm Museum to the other side of
Route-40 -- making way for the new
"Blue Ridge Village" shopping center.

Officials say the move is long
overdue.

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INQ=WE'LL BE ABLE




*CG 2line Dean Browell
Ferrum College Representative 3659 DEAN BROWELL/FERRUM COLLEGE: WE'LL
BE ABLE TO MOVE THE 18TH CENTURY FARM
MUSEUM NEXT TO THE MAIN INSTITUTE
BUILDING AND ALSO CREATE PERMANENT
EXHIBIT SPACE FOR THE INSTITUTE AS WELL
07

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Blue Ridge Village will include a
health center, bank, grocery store,
restaurants and shops -- along with a
walkway connecting the center to

campus.

The college says the project will
help revitalize the community, and play
a key role in its efforts to recruit
and retain students.

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GRAPHIC=None Nearly a year after a Radford


church was set on fire -- the
congregation held a re-dedication
ceremony.

Jeremy Butterfield was there
yesterday and has more.

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INQ=NAT SOUND SINGING


*CG locator Radford
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*CG locator Radford
2005
:19
*CG 2line Gina Rhea

First Christian Church Pastor
:29
*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
:52

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OQ= Songs of rejoicing filled the


main sanctuary of the First Christian
Church in Radford as this congregation
celebrated a day that marks the end of
what has been a very difficult year.

INSERT FILE

Ten months ago, the inside of the
church looked very different after
police say 21-year-old Joshua Byron
Roseberry intentionally set a fire in
the basement.

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APPARENTLY IT WAS OVER HERE. THINGS
WERE PILED OVER IN THIS CORNER AND SET
ON FIRE. IT GUTTED THIS ROOM
COMPLETELY.

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OQ= The flames stayed in the



basement, but the smoke damage was
extensive.

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WE HAVE ABOUT THIRTEEN THOUSAND SQUARE
FEET IN THIS BUILDING, AND EVERY SQUARE
INCH WAS AFFECTED BY THE FIRE.

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JEREMY:BECUASE THE FIRE ORIGINATED IN
THE BASEMENT THE PRESCHOOL WAS
ESPECIALLY DEVASTATED, BUT THAT ALSO
MEANS THAT THESE CLASSROOMS HAVE MADE
THE MOST DRAMATIC CHANGE, INCLUDING
BRAND NEW TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN.

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GINA:WE DECIDED TO THROW AWAY MANY OF
THE TOYS THAT WERE THERE ORIGINALLY
BECAUSE WE WEREN'T SURE THAT THEY COULD
BE CLEANED UP TO THE STANDARD THAT WE
WOULD WANT THEM TO BE FOR THE CHILDREN
TO USE THEM AGAIN.

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OQ= Rhea says in addition to the new



toys, the church has new carpets,
freshly painted walls, and a new fire
alarm.

Basically a complete renovation
that cost nearly 300-thousand dollars.

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WE GOT A MUCH NEEDED FACE LIFT OUT OF
THIS EXPERIENCE, IT IS NOT THE WAY WE
WOULD HAVE CHOSEN TO DO IT, BUT WE WERE
ABLE TO MAKE SOME POSITIVE CHANGES.

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OQ= The arson did plenty of damage,


but there has been some positives that
have emerged from the ashes.

Rhea says her congregation is now
closer than ever before.

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GINA:THESE TYPES OF THINGS HAVE A WAY
OF MAKING US STOP AND THINK AND
CONSIDER OUR PRIORITIES.

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OQ= Joshua Roseberry is now serving a


year and a half sentence for setting
that fire.

Pastor Rhea says she hopes that
he is getting the help he needs while
he serves his time.


Jeremy Butterfield, News7,
Radford.

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SOFT MUSIC UNDER Just how far would you go to
raise money for a good cause?

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease BIG HEART

How about running in a marathon
wearing a 100 pound suit of armor?

Think that's crazy.

Stay tuned to meet the man that
did just that and more.
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GRAPHIC=None What do you call a British man who


runs a marathon in a suit of armor,
while pulling a dragon along?

Some sould say just plain
foolish...but those in the know say
he's truly a knight in shining armor.

Charlie D'Agata explains.

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INQ=Lloyd Scott's




*CG locator London, England


*CG 2line Lloyd Scott
Slowest Marathon Athlete
*CG standup Charlie D'Agata
Reporting


*CG file File Tape



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(SHOT DRAGGING IN FRONT OF PALACE)
LOCATOR: LONDON



Lloyd Scott's the first to admit

dragging a dragon 26 miles WAS a little

nutty.



(CHARLIE) PEOPLE IN AMERICA MIGHT THINK
'YOU'RE CRAZY.'



SOT - LLOYD SCOTT/SLOWEST MARATHON


ATHLETE



I'M SURE THEY WILL, AND YOU CAN'T DENY
IT, DRESSED LIKE THIS AND WALKING

AROUND LONDON.



...and early on, he didn't think he'd
make it.



IT WASN'T THE SECOND MILE...IT WAS THE
SECOND STEP.



(TOWER BRIDGE //STOPPING TRAFFIC)



The former leukemia patient's QUEST --
to raise a record amount a

Childrens' fund -- began eight days ago
at the start of the London

Marathon.



That suit of armor: 100 pounds. Derek
the Dragon: add another two


hundred. Lot of friction. And don't
even MENTION the chafing.



(CHARLIE) WHAT HURTS? (LLOYD)THE
SHOULDERS



ON CAMERA BRIDGE: CHARLIE
D'AGATA/LONDON

BENEATH THAT SUIT OF ARMOR BEATS THE
HEART OF A TRUE ATHLETE.HE CALLS

HIMSELF AN "EXTREME CHARITY RAISER, AND
THIS IS NOT HIS FIRST HARDCORE

STUNT.



(FILE)



In 2002 he ran the London Marathon in a
deep sea diving suit.



(FILE )



Next, a monster of a marathon at
Scotland's Loch Ness. Sorry, BENEATH

Loch Ness.



(shot of scott breaking tape at finish
of marathon)



But THIS was the toughest yet..and

where would he be without the support

of his family?



SOT - ELLIOT SCOTT/12 YEARS OLD



WHAT DO YOU THINK?

WHISPERS: PLONKER)

HE'S NUTS



SOT - LUKE SCOTT/12 YEARS OLD



AN IDIOT, AND A NUTTER AS WELL.

(CHARLIE) AN IDIOT AND A NUTTER..BUT AN
INSPIRATION, TOO, RIGHT? YOU

MUST LOOK UP TO HIM



(LUKE) YEAH.



(slays dragon)



What next for Scott? He's slayed this
beast -- now he's thinking of

maybe dragging his pal to the CHICAGO
marathon.



After raising more than 3 million
dollars -- this Hard Day's Knight will

be sleeping like a log.



Cd, News 7.




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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER The NFL draft has come to an end.


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*CG tease CAROLINA BOUND

And the dream of playing in the
NFL comes true for a Pulaski County
native.

We'll have that story and more
coming up next.
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GRAPHIC=NEXTEL CUP The Aaron's 499 in Talladega is


underway.

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*CG locator Talladega, AL
Fox Sports Persistent rain showers forced :00 the race to be postponed until this
afternoon.

Elliott Sadler starts on
the pole.

The Nextel Cup drivers were
supposed to open a three day test
session in Charlotte today, but that
will now have to wait until Tuesday.

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Tune in later today to News-7 at
5 for a complete race wrap up.



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GRAPHIC=NFL Draft Pulaski County's Jeff King was


one of several players with local ties
to be scooped up on Day Two of the NFL
Draft.

The Hokies tight end was selected
in the 5th round, 155th overall to the
Carolina Panthers.

King becomes the 2nd Tech player
to land in Charlotte.

The NFL is a dream that
King wasn't quite sure would become a
reality in high school, playing for
Joel Hicks.

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*CG 2line Jeff King
Carolina Panthers 5th Round Pick
:00



RUNS=43 (END SOT)



OQ=giving me this opportunity."





VO-NAT VO-NAT




Defensive Tackle Jonathan
Lewis also had his name called
yesterday.

Lewis went with the 177th pick
overall in the 6th round to the Arizona
Cardinals.

Justin Hamilton is off to
Cleveland.

Hamilton, a safety was selected
in the 7th and final round at number
222.

And offensive linemen Jimmy
Martin went to San Diego also in the
7th round, while Will Montgomery is the
third Hokie to go to Carolina.

Those two did plenty of blocking
for this guy Cedric Humes who was
picked late in the day by the Super
Bowl Champion Steelers.

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ANCHOR=KIMBERLY The Virginia Cavaliers were well


represented on day two.

Quarterback Marques Hagans went
in the 5th round, 144th overall to
Saint Louis. Hagans will likely

make a position change at the next
level, and play as a receiver and a
kick returner.

Lynchburg's Brad Butler went one
pick prior to Hagans.

The 6-7, 309 pound Butler was
picked up by the Buffalo Bills.

Wali Lundy went off the
board in the 6th round.

Lundy went to the Houston Texans
after rushing for 1 thousand yards in
each of his first three seasons in
Charlottesville.

He missed part of last season
because of injury but scored 52 TD's in
his career, the most ever in the ACC.

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GRAPHIC=NFL DRAFT UVA placekicker Kurt Smith was


selected by San Diego in the 6th round.
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GRAPHIC=NFL DRAFT Marcus Vick and UVA Linebacker


Kai Parham went undrafted.

Parham left school with a year of
eligibility remaining.

Regardless, Parham is looking

forward to signing a free agent deal.

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Left UVA Early to Enter NFL Draft
:00

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OQ=pretty Cool.


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