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 02-25-2010, 02:32 PM         #1
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NFL Combine Thread
 

 

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 http://www.footballsfutur .. ombine/ot.html

news , notes , player measurments so far


USC TE Anthony McCoy 6044 259 lbs. Arm length-34

UF Aaron Hernandez 6023 245 with 32 1/4 inch arm length

Gronkowski TE Arizona 6062 264 34 1/4 inch arms.

Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma 6052 261 lbs. Arm length-34 3/4.

Bulaga was 6053. To explain height measurements- last number is measured in 1/8s. So 6053 means 6'5 and 3/8s.

Charles Brown OT USC 6053 303 lbs. Arm length-35 1/4. Very crucial that he weighed in over 300 lbs.

Abilene OT Tony Washington impressed at the weigh-in. 6061 311 lbs. 35 1/2 arm length.

Trent Williams OT Oklahoma 6045 315 lbs. 34 1/4 arm length.

Veldheer OT Hillsdale 6081 312 lbs. 33 inch arms.

Okung OT Oklahoma St 6052 307 lbs. 36 inch arms.

Rutgers OT Anthony Davis 6050 323 lbs. His arm length-34.

Bruce Campbell 6063 314 lbs. His arm length- 36 1/4

TE's Graham, Gresham and Gronkowski weighed in one after another and each had teams buzzing
Armanti Edwards is very slight of frame but he might throw the best of any QB that's scheduled to throw in Indy.

Talked to an exec from 1 team in need of a QB and he said they have Bradford over Clausen pending the combine physical
keep updates in here


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 02-26-2010, 08:46 AM         #2
unkoricky  OP
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Last number in height measurements is 1/8 of an inch. 6031 means 6'3 and 1/8 inch.


Jahvid Best 5101 199 lbs. So to translate, 5'10 and 1/8 inch.

Mike Williams WR 6014 221 lbs

Damien Williams 6005 197 lbs

GT WR Thomas 6032 224 lbs

Golden Tate 5102 199 lbs

Jordan Shipley 5112 193 lbs

Tim Tebow 6026 236 lbs.

Jevan Snead 6030 219 lbs

Colt McCoy 6011 216.

ILL WR Benn 6010 219 lbs.

I'm pretty shocked that Bradford can carry 236 lbs. Very interesting.

Briscoe 6020 207 lbs.

Dez Bryant 6020 225 lbs. 34 inch arms, 9 3/4 inch hands

Jimmy Clausen 6025 222 lbs.

Sam Bradford 6042 236 lbs
 8 years ago '04        #3
K1 68 heat pts68
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Dez Bryant 6020 225 lbs. 34 inch arms, 9 3/4 inch hands
Damn.....
 02-26-2010, 12:00 PM         #4
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 K1Entertainment said:
Damn.....
His measurements are...wow.



My arms are way longer than his though I feel like a freak.
 02-26-2010, 12:14 PM         #5
unkoricky  OP
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CJ Spiller 5105 196 lbs

Joe McKnight 5113 198 lbs

Fresno RB Matthews 5115 218 lbs.

GA Tech RB Dwyer 5112 229 lbs

Toby Gerhart 6000 231 lbs

Blount 6004 241 lbs
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 8 years ago '08        #6
Main Event 55 heat pts55
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 8 years ago '07        #7
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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 Main Event said:
Mr.Benn:agreement6:
Yea dude is a beast after the catch, built like a damn bull. Doesnt have the very best hands but will be a good a.ss nfl player
 8 years ago '04        #8
chctynig2804 2 heat pts
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damn Bradford is big as f**k...6'4 240 is pretty damn good size, no doubt his body can sustain hits at the next level wit that frame
 02-26-2010, 12:59 PM         #9
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Holliday adding receiver workouts to return duties

Posted: February 26th, 2010 | Jason Feller | Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, LSU, Trindon Holliday

INDIANAPOLIS — LSU’s Trindon Holliday, who said Thursday that he planned to run the 40-yard dash in 4.23 seconds, will work out with the receivers at the NFL Scouting Combine.

The 5-foot-5 track star originally was to run drills solely as a return man Friday and Saturday, but he now will be included when the wide receivers hit the field Sunday.

Friday, Holliday will field punts and kickoffs when those specialists audition before scouts. Saturday, he will work out with Group 1 (mostly offensive linemen), running the 40 and participating in other agility drills. Sunday, he will join Group 4 as a wide receiver and complete all the skill drills for that position.

In college, Holliday caught just seven passes for 72 yards, as he was primarily a return specialist and change-of-pace running back.

– Jason Feller
Measurables come in on quarterbacks

Posted: February 26th, 2010 | Justin Hathaway | Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Colt McCoy, Jimmy Clausen, Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow

INDIANAPOLIS — All eyes seem to be on the quarterbacks at this year’s NFL Scouting Combine, and their measurements were just posted. Here’s how the “Big Four” measured up:

Sam Bradford: 6-foot-4 1/4, 236 pounds, 34 3/8-inch arm length, 9 1/2-inch hand span
Jimmy Clausen: 6-foot-2 5/8, 222 pounds, 30 3/4-inch arm length, 9-inch hand span
Colt McCoy: 6-foot-1 1/8, 216 pounds, 31-inch arm length, 9 3/8-inch hand span
Tim Tebow: 6-foot-2 3/4, 236 pounds, 31 3/4-inch arm length, 10 1/8-inch hand span
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 8 years ago '08        #10
Main Event 55 heat pts55
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 ttime236 said:
Yea dude is a beast after the catch, built like a damn bull. Doesnt have the very best hands but will be a good a.ss nfl player
Yea dudes a stud and woulda been top 10 if he didnt have Juice throwin him the rock...I think he'll be the best WR in this draft
 8 years ago '07        #11
JohnDoe 207 heat pts207
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who do u think would be better fit for the pats blount or gerhart?

Damn Tebow got sum big a.ss hands....wonder if he can switch up that delivery on time for his pro day......

who has more potential to actually make an impact in the nfl

Tebow or JaMarcus Russell?


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 02-26-2010, 01:06 PM         #12
unkoricky  OP
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I like Eric Decker, he wont be the best WR in the draft but might be the most forgotten who will be solid in the NFL.

Minnesota wide receiver Eric Decker, who missed the last five games of the 2009 season, including the Insight Bowl due to injury, said that he won't participate in any running drills, but will perform the 225-pound bench press at the Combine, as he continues to recover from surgery on his left foot.

Although Decker won't participate in drills, he's still receiving interest from NFL teams. Decker stated that he's met with a number of teams already, but specifically named the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks.
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chctynig2804 2 heat pts
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 Suka Repellent said:
who do u think would be better fit for the pats blount or gerhart?

Damn Tebow got sum big a.ss hands....wonder if he can switch up that delivery on time for his pro day......

who has more potential to actually make an impact in the nfl

Tebow or JaMarcus Russell?
Tebow cuz unlike Jamarcus, Tebow is a hard worker and will feel like he has somethin to prove once he gets to the league...and he'll get a chance, hell all he needs is a game-winning drive under his belt and a couple TDs and he'd already be better than Russell
 02-26-2010, 01:11 PM         #14
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Posted by: ed thompson, scout.com
at 02/26/2010 01:06 PM ET
Tate Has Long Interview List

Notre Dame wide receiver Golden Tate just wrapped up a lengthy and crowded press conference, and provided his entire formal visits schedule.

Last night he met with the Rams. Tonight he will be meeting with the Steelers, Patriots, 49ers, Dolphins, Cowboys, Packers and the Buccaneers.

Saturday night he's scheduled to meet with the Colts, Jets, Raiders, Lions, Panthers, Chiefs, Bengals and Ravens.

Posted by: john Crist, Bear Report
at 02/26/2010 01:10 PM ET
Ford A Hidden Return Gem?

Clemson receiver Jacoby Ford may be one of the more gifted return men in this year's draft, although NFL teams won't have much tape on him in that capacity. His teammate with the Tigers, C.J. Spiller, might have returned kickoffs and punts better than anyone in recent memory, which is one of the reasons the dynamic running back is expected to be a first-round pick. But while Ford promises to blow away teams at the Scouting Combine with his time in the 40-yard dash, he refused to set a specific goal for himself -- well, at least he didn't share any specific goal with reporters.

Posted by: chris steuber, scout.com
at 02/26/2010 12:46 PM ET
Benn Hopes Blocking Makes a Difference

Illinois wide receiver Arrelious Benn is one of the premier big, physical receivers available in this year's draft, and when asked today about his ability to dominate smaller defenders, Benn was confident in his ability.

"I like to think that I have the advantage, because I use my body a lot," Benn said. "The things that I do allow's me to have success against smaller guys."

Benn measured in this morning at 6-foot-1, 219 pounds. He has a strong frame and does everything well. However, he understands that there is a lot of talent at the Scouting Combine, but knows that he brings an aspect to the field that not everyone in Indianapolis possesses.

"All of the receivers are great here," he said. "I know that I can do some things and I know they can do some things that I can't do. But, I take a lot of pride in blocking. I think my ability as a blocker will standout."

But, when asked about his ability to separate and his burst off the line, Benn had this to say about what he hopes to run in the 40 on Sunday.

"If I hit it [my time in the 40], I'll come across as being fast."

And the time he expects to hit...

"If I hit it, I'll be fine."

Nothing is exact during the draft process, but in Benn's case, it will become clearer on Sunday. Benn has meetings scheduled for this evening, but only knew one of the teams that he would be meeting with, the Baltimore Ravens.


Posted by: DOUG FARRAR, NORTHWESTFOOTBALL.NET
at 02/26/2010 10:42 AM ET
Rams Tracking Bradford Closely

St. Louis Rams GM Billy DeVaney said that he’s been aware of Sam Bradford’s workout progress through his rehab, and cognizant of the efforts to build more muscle. DeVaney told me that he’s been in contact with Tom Condon, Bradford’s agent, and that Bradford is throwing “50 balls per day.” DeVaney said that he doesn’t know what kinds of throws those are, but that all signs are encouraging. The Rams will obviously interview Bradford here at the Combine and will watch his workout on March 25 with great interest.
Posted by: Adam caplan, SCOUt.com
at 02/26/2010 08:55 AM ET
Falcons Win Coin Flip

The Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons had a coin flip on Friday morning to determine picks 19 and 20 in the first round. The Falcons will pick 19th and the Texans will pick 20th.

The Texans, Falcons, and Pittsburgh Steelers, who all finished with 9-7 records in 2009, will alternate the 18th, 19th and 20th selection throughout the rest of the draft.

Posted by: CHRIS STEUBER, SCOUT.COM
at 02/26/2010 08:43 AM ET
McCluster Talks to the Panthers

Ole Miss wide receiver Dexter McCluster met with the Carolina Panthers last night and said that he has "many" meetings scheduled for this evening. Players are not being told what teams they're meeting with prior to their interviews; they receive an itinerary with a room number and time.
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 02-26-2010, 01:16 PM         #15
unkoricky  OP
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Posted by: Charlie Bernstein, JagNation.com & Tim yotter, VIKING UPDATE
at 02/25/2010 03:23 PM ET
Five Teams Talk to Hawkeye TE

Former Iowa tight end Tony Moeaki has talked with the Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams since he's arrived at the combine, and he will perform all of the workouts.

Moeaki has had a broken hand, dislocated elbow, torn ligament (those three all on one play) and ankle and foot injuries, but he called them “just little dinky stuff,” noting he didn’t have any knee or shoulder injuries. He also said he didn’t have any injuries in high school and checked out fine with his physicals in Indianapolis.

The Iowa tight end said he looks up to former Hawkeyes TE Dallas Clark. “I wish I could do half the things he does.” Iowa’s pro day is March 22.

For those keeping track at home, we now have two tight ends in Indy who have remarked that the Rams are looking for help at that position.

Posted by: CHRIS STEUBER, SCOUT.COM
at 02/25/2010 03:05 PM ET
Packers Circling Small-School OT

Hillsdale College OT Jared Veldheer, who I mentioned in an earlier blog entry, said that he's received strong interest from the Green Bay Packers so far this offseason. He said that he met with Packers general manager Ted Thompson at the Texas vs. The Nation game, and has already met with the Packers brass at the Scouting Combine.

The Packers have huge concerns at the offensive tackle position moving forward with Chad Clifton and Mark Tauscher being injury-prone and in their 30's. Drafting Veldheer, who is receiving mention as a top five OT prospect this year, could be a surprise first round selection for the Packers.

Posted by: Chris Steuber, Scout.com
at 02/25/2010 1:28 PM ET
Trent Williams, on Trent Williams

One of the top offensive tackles in the draft, Oklahoma's Trent Williams, stood at the podium today and addressed his athleticism and his desire to play left tackle in the NFL. Williams, who measured in at 6045 (6-4 1/2) and 315 pounds, has played inside and outside on the offensive line during his career; most of his starts coming from right tackle, but he moved to left tackle in 2009 to replace the departing Phil Loadholt.

"I've played left tackle my whole life," Williams said. "It was kind of weird playing on the right side rather than moving to the left side once again. I just have to prove the doubters wrong and show them that I can play the left side."

As far as where he believes he stands among the top four tackles in the draft, "I'd say that I rank towards the top, not saying that I'm the best, but this is what the Combine is for to help separate the competition."

Posted by: Adam Caplan, Scout.com
at 02/25/2010 1:27 PM ET
Troy State QB Levi Brown Studies Up

He spent two hours watching tape last month at NFL Films with Ron Jaworski and Greg Cosell. He also has been tutored by former NFL QB Scott Brunner. Brunner tutored Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco before the 2008 draft.
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 8 years ago '09        #16
TheG1ftedOne 4 heat pts
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Dez Bryant will be a stud. His measurables are crazy, I just want to see his 40 time.
 02-26-2010, 01:29 PM         #17
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Golden Tate expects to run under 4.5
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 26, 2010 2:06 PM ET
Yes, the forty is overrated. And yes, it still is a piece to the puzzle that can change draft stock for players, especially cornerbacks and wide receivers.

Notre Dame's Golden Tate has heard the concerns about his straight-line speed.

"I'm not really sure what scouts are looking for. I'm hoping that my film speaks for itself. As far as the forty, I expect to run sub-4.5. Not too good of a time, but not too bad," Tate said.

Other notes from Tate's talk:

* While Tate sounded defensive about his timed speed, he said his ball skills would more than make up for it. He compared himself to Carolina's Steve Smith, with a little Devin Hester thrown in.

* He defended Jimmy Clausen's leadership skills and said he was "great in the huddle" and consistent as a leader.

* Tate said it would be a dream to play for Charlie Weis at the next level.
Jarrett Brown says no one can out-throw him
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on February 26, 2010 1:30 PM ET
Since Florio didn't drive the VW Bus to Indianapolis, it's my PFT duty to talk to every West Virginia prospect that comes through the room.

WVU quarterback Jarrett Brown is an intriguing prospect, especially after a strong Senior Bowl performance. He came across as quietly confident, and funny, a rare player at this meat market that looked completely at ease.

He said he was looking forward to the throwing drills most Sunday. "I can throw any given day." He also said that he fells no one could out-throw him in the country.

I asked who was a more hot-headed coach to play for Bob Huggins (Brown played basketball) or Rich Rodriguez.

"Man, they are head to head," Brown said. "Huggins . . . man, I love playing for that dude."

Silva thinks Brown has a little David Garrard in him and should be taken in the middle rounds of the draft.
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 8 years ago '07        #18
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 chctynig2804 said:
damn Bradford is big as f**k...6'4 240 is pretty damn good size, no doubt his body can sustain hits at the next level wit that frame
I said this in the "Best Qb in the draft" thread. Dude was like 6'4'' 225 but looked skinny. Put him on a pro workout plan and diet and he can play at a good 240, 245. Definition of a franchise QB. Just wait til his pro day, his accuracy will blow people away
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chctynig2804 2 heat pts
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 ttime236 said:
I said this in the "Best Qb in the draft" thread. Dude was like 6'4'' 225 but looked skinny. Put him on a pro workout plan and diet and he can play at a good 240, 245. Definition of a franchise QB. Just wait til his pro day, his accuracy will blow people away
yea i'd have to see him but he puts on a couple more pounds and gets up to a solid 240 and he is pretty much comparable to Roethlisberger in size

really didnt think he would put on that extra weight tho...i think it will help his stock once they see him throw cuz everyone knew that b4 he got hurt his accuracy was amazing, but if he can show he has good arm strength i think he'll be the top pick
 02-26-2010, 03:27 PM         #20
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Bench Reps


Combine Update: Offensive Line Bench Rep Numbers (Real Time)
per Shawn Zobel's Twitter page:

Bruce Campbell -OT Maryland- 34

Anthony Davis - OT Rutgers-21

Bryan Bulaga - OT Iowa -26

Charles Brown - OT USC-21

Vlad Ducasse - OT UMASS 29

Mike Iupati - OG Idaho-27

Selvish Capers - OT West Virginia-19

Russell Okung- OT OK State-38 ( Nice)

Mitch Petrus-OG Arkansas-45 (DAMN!- TIES COMBINE RECORD!)

Eric Olsen-C Notre Dame-35

Trent Williams-OT Oklahoma-23

Jared Veldheer-OT Hillsdale-32

Shawn Lauvao-OG Arizona State-33

Jeff Byers-C USC-33
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