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 8 years ago '06        #21
hawk48202 2 heat pts
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Everybody should watch out for RB Joique Bell from Wayne State. He's the only Divison 2 player in this game so you know he has mad skills if he got people to notice him and invite him to this game.
 8 years ago '07        #22
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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I HATE FSU

but i kno patrick robinson is on the falcons watch list because we need dbs baddddddd
 8 years ago '04        #23
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Practices start tomorrow on NFL Network, ill give my thoughts every day, can we get the title of this thread changed to "Official Senior Bowl Practices/Game Discussion" and hit with an NFL tag?
 8 years ago '04        #24
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Senior Bowl Weigh in #'s
LBS's

Butler Washington 6011 244 31 5/8 9 1/2 Defined build - big torso
Jamar Chaney Miss St. 6006 241 33 9 7/8 Solid build
A.J. Edds Iowa 6035 245 32 1/2 9 1/8 Cut and strong lower body
Koa Misi Utah 6026 244 32 1/2 9 5/8 Avg. upper body - room to bulk
Roddrick Muckelroy Texas 6015 236 32 9 Defined triceps - average frame
Eric Norwood S. Carolina 6007 246 31 3/4 9 3/4 Average frame
Daryl Sharpton Miami 5116 229 31 1/2 9 3/4 Outstanding frame - huge torso and upper body
Cameron Sheffield Troy 6025 256 32 3/4 10 Flabby and unimpressive
Daryl Washington TCU 6016 226 33 3/4 9 1/8 Athletic with freakish arm length
Dekoda Watson Florida St. 6014 232 32 1/4 8 3/4 Very cut torso and bulk
Sean Weatherspoon Missouri 6007 241 30 1/8 10 Athletic - above average frame

Offensive Lineman

Player School Height Weight Arm Hand Comment
Jon Asamoah Illinois 6040 300 31 10 1/4 Lacks musculature
Zane Beadles Utah 6043 307 32 1/4 9 1/4 Average
Ciron Black LSU 6045 331 33 1/4 10 1/4 Carries weight well
Jeff Byers USC 6032 299 33 9 Average with frail arms
Selvish Capers West Virginia 6045 304 34 10 Big with room to bulk
Vladimir Ducasse UMASS 6045 336 34 9 1/4 Wide lower body - big upper body - great frame
Mike Iupati Idaho 6052 325 35 10 3/8 Very big and impressive
John Jerry Mississippi 6054 332 34 1/4 9 3/4 Very solid for OL - carries well
Mike Johnson Alabama 6053 306 34 1/4 9 3/4 Unimpressive arms and chest
Ted Larsen N.C. State 6024 302 32 3/4 9 5/8 Built like fire hydrant
Shawn Lauvao Arizona St. 6025 301 32 3/4 9 5/8 Average
Eric Olsen Notre Dame 6037 310 32 1/2 9 3/8 Frail for OL
Mitch Petrus Arkansas 6031 304 33 9 1/2 Average frame
Matt Tennant Boston College 6044 290 32 1/4 9 3/8 Bubble - very unimpressive
J.D. Walton Baylor 6023 300 33 9 1/4 Wide body
Ed Wang Virginia Tech 6047 315 34 10 1/4 Solid build
Sam Young Notre Dame 6076 305 34 1/8 10 TE body - unimpressive

Defensive Line


Tyson Alualu California 6022 291 32 9 5/8 Good upper body and back
Geno Atkins Georgia 6013 286 31 9 7/8 Big arms but small overall
Terrence Cody Alabama 6040 370 34 11 1/4 Think Andre Smith running the 40
Lamarr Houston Texas 6026 302 33 9 1/2 Thick and well built - impressive
Jared Odrick Penn St. 6051 301 34 1/4 9 3/4 Average upper body - room to bulk
Jeff Owens Georgia 6012 304 32 9 1/8 Flabby and doesn't carry well
D'Anthony Smith Louisiana Tech 6020 300 32 9 5/8 Thick lower body - big arms
Cam Thomas N. Carolina 6037 331 34 1/4 10 1/4 Wide frame
Dan Williams Tennessee 6022 329 33 10 1/8 Very wide - thick lower body

WR


Danario Alexander Missouri 6045 221 33 3/8 9 5/8 Low body fat and cut
Riley Cooper Florida 6034 214 32 1/4 9 5/8 Average and cut
Dorin ****erson Pittsburgh 6012 222 33 10 Broad back and shoulders
Jacoby Ford Clemson 5086 181 29 1/4 8 7/8 Average and cut
Mardy Gilyard Cincinnati 5115 179 30 5/8 9 Slender and cut
Shay Hodge Mississippi 6013 208 31 3/8 9 Big arms and back
Dexter McCluster Mississippi 5081 165 28 3/4 8 1/2 Very cut and great torso
Taylor Price Ohio 6001 198 31 9 1/2 Cut but lacks bulk
Andre Roberts The Citadel 5106 192 32 9 1/8 Low body fat and cut
Joe Webb UAB 6030 223 33 3/4 10 3/4 Above average frame
Jeremy Williams Tulane 6001 205 31 1/4 9 7/8 Average frame

QB's


Jarrett Brown W. Virginia 6026 219 33 1/2 9 7/8 Big torso and lower body
Sean Canfield Oregon St. 6034 221 31 5/8 9 Average frame
Dan LeFevour C. Michigan 6030 229 32 9 1/4 Well built and defined
Tony Pike Cincinnati 6055 212 34 1/4 9 3/4 Very scrawny frame
Zac Robinson Oklahoma St. 6023 210 31 9 Very athletic for QB
Tim Tebow Florida 6026 236 30 3/4 10 Bulky - walks on water


CB's

Javier Arenas Alabama 5085 195 30 1/2 9 3/8 Chiseled adn well built
Perrish Cox Oklahoma St. 5112 189 30 8 1/2 Defined back - average frame overall
Brandon Ghee Wake Forest 5113 189 31 7/8 10 3/8 Athletic build
Trevard Lindley Kentucky 5111 178 32 1/2 10 3/8 Scrawny and frail frame
Devin McCourtney Rutgers 5106 186 31 1/2 8 3/4 Very cut and athletic
Jerome Murphy South Florida 6003 191 32 8 1/2 Cut, very athltic build
Patrick Robinson Florida St. 5111 190 30 1/2 8 1/2 Cut and well defined
Syd'Quan Thompson California 5090 182 29 1/8 9 1/8 Slender with good upper body
Kyle Wilson Boise State 5100 190 30 9 1/4 Big upper body - very cut

RB's


Joique Bell Wayne St. 5107 223 30 3/4 9 Above average musculature
LeGarrette Blount Oregon 6005 245 32 9 3/4 Big lower body - a little heavy
Chris Brown Oklahoma 5100 202 28 8 7/8 Average frame
Anthony Dixon Mississippi State 6006 245 32 1/4 10 Thick build - powerful lower body
Rashawn Jackson (FB) Virginia 6006 239 31 5/8 10 Below average frame
Stafon Johnson USC 5105 214 30 1/4 9 5/8 Cut upper body - bad torso
Lonyae Miller Fresno St. 5110 220 30 1/2 8 3/8 Athletic build
Ben Tate Auburn 5107 214 31 1/2 9 1/8 Above average frame
Roy Upchurch Alabama 5117 210 32 9 3/8 Cut frame
 8 years ago '04        #25
Cap Peeler 7 heat pts
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Tim Tebow Florida 6026 236 30 3/4 10 Bulky - walks on water

 8 years ago '06        #26
Bama Boy 100 heat pts100
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 Cap Peeler said:
Tim Tebow Florida 6026 236 30 3/4 10 Bulky - walks on water

 8 years ago '07        #27
jordanfreak7 8 heat pts
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Javier Arenas is the desean jackson of this draft
 8 years ago '04        #28
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 Cap Peeler said:
Tim Tebow Florida 6026 236 30 3/4 10 Bulky - walks on water

lol it was obviously a joke.

scouts are actually saying hes going to have to lay off the weights because it will have an effect on his ability to throw the football and his mechanics.

right now hes being graded as a 2nd-3rd rounder
 8 years ago '06        #29
youngskits718 2 heat pts
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What's this I hear about Tim Tebow fumbling when trying to take snaps under center?
 8 years ago '06        #30
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 youngskits718 said:
What's this I hear about Tim Tebow fumbling when trying to take snaps under center?
I read that he fumbled like 6 or 7 snaps under center today, and his throwing was pretty inconsistent.
 8 years ago '07        #31
TH35 103 heat pts103 OP
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1. I was pleasantly surprised with the improved performance of Oregon State standout Sean Canfield. He was by far the most decisive quarterback on the North squad today, showcasing good accuracy and timing on all levels of the field. Although at times Canfield was able to fit the ball into some tight windows outside the numbers, it still takes far too long for his throws to get there, and he doesn’t have the type of arm strength necessary to not be on time with a throw. Overall, I think he’s definitely taken some positive steps this week, but he still projects as a limited backup-type QB in the NFL.


2. One player who hasn’t shown well for himself is Cincinnati wideout Mardy Gilyard. He lacks the physicality needed to consistently f!ght his way through physical corners, hasn’t looked real explosive out of his breaks and has had a tough time separating vs. man. He has exhibited some flashes of being able to beat pressman and cleanly snap off routes vs. a free release, but overall, Gilyard has had a tendency to drop the football and hasn’t had the week many envisioned.

3. Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour again failed to impress and has looked out of his element all week. Unlike Canfield, he appeared indecisive with the football today, failing to decipher information quickly and struggling with his accuracy any time he was asked to throw the ball down the field. LeFevour has a tendency to force throws into coverage, and when you evaluate his physical and mental skill sets, they just don’t add up to an impressive QB prospect.

4. There’s no denying that Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon has some natural leadership qualities and can close on the football sideline to sideline. However, I still worry about his ability to hold up at the line as he too often gets washed out of plays inside. He does a nice job locating the ball quickly and can sidestep opposing linemen in space, but when he’s asked to play in tight quarters, the guy isn’t nearly as effective.

5. One prospect who’s flying under the radar on the North squad is Iowa linebacker A.J. Edds, who is simply Mr. Dependable on defense. He possesses good size, showcases great instincts inside and knows how to play off blocks and find the football. He was around the action all day, finishing off practice with a big tackle inside and then was asked to long snap after the session ended. He’ll never be a star in the league but is a versatile guy you can win with in the NFL.



6. Another player who seems to be improving throughout the week is Virginia Tech OT Ed Wang. Wang is a tall, gifted athlete who did a nice job dropping his base on contact and playing with a little more anchor than he’s shown in the first two practices. He still needs to get a little stronger and improve his flexibility out of his stance, but it was an encouraging day for Wang off the edge. He looks like an intriguing developmental-type left tackle prospect.

7. California cornerback Syd’Quan Thompson once again looked uncomfortable in press-coverage, providing little resistance off the line and struggling to turn and run down the field. There’s no denying he can close in space when he anticipates throws, but at this stage, I don’t think he has the footwork or fluidity needed to hold up in man-to-man coverage in the NFL.

8. Arkansas State DE Alex Carrington again displayed impressive power on contact during one-on-one drills this morning, generating a lot of explosion from his lower half and consistently jarring opposing lineman into the backfield.

9. One guy to keep an eye on is Murray State DE Austen Lane. He’s a tall, with long arms and impressive lateral suddenness off the edge for his size. He’s still learning how to use his hands and play with more leverage, but with some time, Lane looks like he could develop into an effective pass rusher.

10. Finally, Michigan DE Brandon Graham has been one of the real standouts here, using his hands and lateral suddenness to consistently sidestep opposing linemen and accelerate around the edge. He makes everything look easy and is one of the most NFL-ready prospects at this year’s Senior Bowl.
 8 years ago '08        #32
Main Event 55 heat pts55
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So what the hell happened to Sergio Kindles stock....Ive seen dude slip to round 3 in a couple mock drafts
 8 years ago '05        #33
The_Legend23 2 heat pts
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 DymeKatcha said:
Myron Rolle, wtf.. Hes back? I thought he wanted to be a doctor
he wants a football career first. Also the boy Brandon Graham is puttin in work
 8 years ago '09        #34
ReggieA 196 heat pts196
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 FeedTheBeast said:
TERRENCE CODY!!! :agreement6:
lol Stephen A. Smith was ripping him up on the radio this morning
 8 years ago '07        #35
TH35 103 heat pts103 OP
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 The_Legend23 said:
he wants a football career first. Also the boy Brandon Graham is puttin in work
yea Brandon Graham and Myron Rolle are doing great. They said Rolle hasn't missed a beat after taking a break from football.
 8 years ago '06        #36
Bama Boy 100 heat pts100
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check out this video of all the Bama players at the Senior Bowl singing "Yea Alabama" in the middle of all the other players at practice. tell me these boys dont love Bama...



lol at Peek at the end talking s**t at Auburn and Upchurch "we the champs, we the champs!" u can see Tebow's face in the middle of the pile while they singing, priceless.
 8 years ago '06        #37
Kjizzle03 37 heat pts37
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 Main Event said:
So what the hell happened to Sergio Kindles stock....Ive seen dude slip to round 3 in a couple mock drafts
I seen one that had him goin late 3rd and all I could do was scratch my head

 ThaReapa420 said:
Didn't he get man handled against Bama and Nebraska?
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 8 years ago '06        #38
Bama Boy 100 heat pts100
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 8 years ago '08        #39
Main Event 55 heat pts55
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What channel is this on
 8 years ago '06        #40
Bama Boy 100 heat pts100
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