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 7 years ago '09        #41
ReggieA 196 heat pts196 OP
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QB measurables

Tallest
1. Ryan Mallett, Arkansas (6-6⅜)
2. Jeff Van Camp, FAU (6-5¼)
3. Jerrod Johnson, Texas AM (6-5⅛)
4. Cam Newton, Auburn (6-5)
5. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada (6-4⅝)

Shortest
1. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech (6-0¾)
2. Greg McElroy, Alabama (6-1⅞)
T3. Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin (6-2)
T3. Andy Dalton, TCU (6-2)
T3. Christian Ponder, Florida Sate (6-2)

Heaviest
1. Ryan Mallett (253) 2. Jerrod Johnson (251)
3. Cam Newton (248)
4. Nathan Enderle, Idaho (240)
5. Blaine Gabbert, Missouri (234)

Lightest
1. Joshua Portis, California (PA) (211)
2. Scott Tolzien (212)
3. Andy Dalton (215)
4. Tyrod Taylor (217)
5. Jeff Van Camp (218)

WR measurables

Tallest
1. DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss (6-5⅝)
T2. Jonathan Badwin, Pittsburgh (6-43)
T2. Andre Holmes, Hillsdale (6-4⅜)
4. Tori Gurley, South Carolina (6-4⅛)
5. A.J. Green, Georgia (6-3⅝)

Shortest
1. Jockee Sanders, West Virginia (5-6⅛)
2. Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (5-8⅞)
3. Jeremy Kerley, TCU (5-9½)
4. Al Robinson, SMU (5-9⅝)
5. Kealoha Pilares, Hawaii (5-9⅞)

Biggest wingspan
1. Tori Gurley (83½)
2. Julio Jones, Alabama (81¾)
3. Jonathan Bladwin (79⅞)
4. Demarco Sampson (79⅝)
5. DeAndre Brown (79⅜)

Smallest wingspan
1. Jock Sanders (68⅞)
2. Al Robinson (71)
3. Ryan Whalen, Stanford (71⅝)
4. Ronald Johnson, USC (71⅞)
5. Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio State (72¼)

RB/FB measurables

Tallest
1. Shaun Chapas, Georgia (6-2⅛)
2. Anthony Allen, Georgia Tech (6-0¾)
3. John Clay, Wisconsin (6-0½)
T3. Owen Marecic, Stanford (6-0½)
5. Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh (6-0⅜)

Shortest
1. Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State (5-5⅞)
2. Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh (5-6⅝)
3. Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State (5-7¼)
4. Noel Devine, West Virginia (5-7½)
T5. Armando Allen, Notre Dame (5-8¼)
T5. Derrick Locke, Kentuck (5-8¼)

Heaviest
1. Henry Hynoski (257)
2. Owen Marecic (248)
3. Shaun Chapas (247)
T4. Anthony Sherman, Connecticut (242)
T4. Allen Bradford, USC (242)

Lightest
1. Noel Devine (179)
2. Derrick Locke (188)
3. Dion Lewis (193)
4. Taiwan Jones, E. Washington (194)
5. Jacquizz Rodgers (196)


Last edited by ReggieA; 02-26-2011 at 09:53 AM..
 7 years ago '09        #42
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Bench press numbers good and bad
Todd McShay and Kevin Weidl
Scouts Inc.

The Day 1 bench press competition belonged to Syracuse C Ryan Bartholomew with 34 reps. Prospects with shorter arms are usually the ones who excel and Bartholomew (33¾) fits the mold. Still, Bartholomew displays outstanding upper-body strength for a small interior offensive lineman (6-1, 305) and his effort will only help his cause. The average over the last three years for interior offensive linemen is 26.6 reps.

Others who stood out with strong showings include USC OT Tyron Smith (29), Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi (29), Baylor OG Danny Watkins (29), Boston College OT Anthony Costanzo (28), Georgia OG Clint Boling (28) and Florida State OC Rodney Hudson (27).

On the flip side, there were a few offensive linemen whose lack of strength on the bench press raises some questions. They include Colorado OT Nate Solder (21), Mississippi State OT Derek Sherrod (23) and Alabama OT James Carpenter (23).

As for the tight ends, it came as no surprise that Michigan State's Charlie Gantt and Tennessee's Lucas Stocker led the group with 27 reps each. They are two of the better blockers in this year's tight end class and their upper-body strength shows up on tape. The same can be said for Marshall TE Lee Smith, who finished with 25.

Wisconsin's Lance Kendricks (25), USC's Jordan Cameron (23) and Nevada's Virgil Green (23) are among the smaller tight ends/H-back 'tweeners but turned in in surprisingly strong showing on the bench, while the 19 reps South Carolina's Weslye Saunders put up is underwhelming considering he's the heaviest tight end in this year's class.

Bench press repetitions

OL most
1. Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse (34)
T2. Marcus Cannon, TCU (33)
T2. Chris Hairston, Clemson (33)
T2. Zane Taylor, Utah (33)
5. Kris O'Dowd, USC (31)

OL fewest
1. Maurice Hurt, Florida (18)
2. Ricky Henry, Nebraska (20)
2. Lee Ziemba, Auburn (20)
T4. Ray Dominguez (21)
T4. Mike Person (21)
T4. Nate Solder, Colorado (21)

TE most
T1. Charlie Gantt, Michigan State (27)
T1. Luke Stocker, Tennessee (27)
T3. Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin (25)
T3. Lee Smith, Marshall (25)
T5. Jordan Cameron, USC (23)
T5. Virgil Green, Nevada (23)

TE Fewest
1. Allen Reisner, Iowa (14)
2. Julius Thomas, Portland State (16)
T3. Charles Clay, Tulsa (18)
T3. Cameron Graham, Louisville (18)
T3. Daniel Hardy, Idaho (18)
T3. Schuylar Oordt, Northen Iowa (18)


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 7 years ago '09        #43
ReggieA 196 heat pts196 OP
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Friday marked the first day of full action at the NFL combine, with kickers and specialists working out and offensive linemen, tight ends, quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends going through various stages of the pre-workout process. However, as had been the case leading up to the combine, the happenings with the quarterbacks were among the biggest news.

Cam Newton (Auburn) and Blaine Gabbert (Missouri) looked the part during Friday's weigh-ins. Gabbert (6-foot4⅜, 234 pounds) carries his weight extremely well and his 10-inch hand span is a positive. Newton's hand span was just a bit smaller than Gabbert's, but there's no question who wins the eyeball test at the quarterback position. At 6-5 and 248 pounds, Newton is absolutely ripped and appears to have somewhere in the range of 5 percent body fat.

Newton still plans on throwing and running during Sunday's quarterback workouts, and Gabbert will run but is electing to wait until his March 17 pro day at Missouri to throw in front of NFL general managers, scouts and coaches.

While teams would like to see Gabbert compete, if recent history is any indication, his decision not to throw will have no affect on his draft status. Eight of the last 12 quarterbacks drafted in the first round chose to sit out the combine throwing drills.

The only other note regarding workout intentions for quarterbacks is that Florida State's Christian Ponder does plan on throwing for the 32 teams in attendance. If that ends up being the case, Gabbert will be the only one of 15 quarterbacks in Indianapolis not to throw.
Other workout notes

• Georgia WR A.J. Green appears to be in terrific shape. He checked in at 6-3⅝, 211 pounds with a muscular frame and appears to have room to add 10 more good pounds to help endure the punishment of a longer NFL season. Green also had the second-longest arms (34⅜ inches) among the wide receivers.

• North Carolina's Greg Little, Pittsburgh's Jonathan Baldwin and Southern Miss' DeAndre Brown are other imposing figures who stood out among the wide receiver crop during measurements Friday. Little checked in at a chiseled 62½, 231 pounds, and appears to be taking the pre-draft prep process seriously after sitting out the 2010 season because to NCAA rules violations.

Baldwin (6-4⅜, 228) is a vertical wide receiver with huge hands (10⅛ inches) and a long wingspan (79⅞). Brown was the most impressive looking of the bunch at 6-5⅝ and 233 pounds. Unfortunately, his production has never matched his potential and he comes with some serious behavioral red flags. In fact, character and attitude issues are other ties that bind these three gifted wideouts, so the interview process will play a significant factor in where they come off the board.

• Indiana's Tandon Doss and San Diego State's Vincent Brown are two of the most sure-handed wideouts who we've studied on tape this year, so it comes as no surprise that they rank near the top of the class in hand span. Brown's hand span measures at 10¼ inches while Doss' is at 10⅛.

• On the flipside, one of the big questions surrounding Torrey Smith's potential to become an upper-echelon starter in the NFL is the consistency of his hands. His small hand span of 8⅝ inches does little to squelch that fear.

• The 2011 running back class is unusually small and 13 of the backs attending the combine checked in below the 5-foot-10 average for current NFL backs, including four under 5-8 (Jacquizz Rodgers, Dion Lewis, Kendall Hunter, Noel Devine). And while our top two backs also appear on the shorter-than-average list, Mark Ingram (5-9⅛) and Ryan Williams (5-9⅜) are built well and run hard.

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 7 years ago '07        #44
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With our second rounder, we needa look at Rodney Hudson, the penn state center, and Ryan Williams. All good talents that should be able to start immediately, I swear Williams reminds me of a young Portis:cool-smiley-009:

Ponder at 6'2'' 220, is also my fav. qb to be picked later in the draft
 7 years ago '09        #45
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@McShay13 DT Nick Fairley 2 inches shorter (6'3") and about 9 pounds lighter (291). Marcell Dareus same height and nearly 30 lbs bigger.
 7 years ago '04        #46
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 JNyiri77 said:
LeMichael James is staying at Oregon

There's Ingram
Williams (who i want somewhat)
LeShoure
Murray
Devine
Quizz
Vereen
I'd even welcome Damien Berry in the 3rd day cause i know how hard he runs
Who is there NEXT year? NEXT YEAR....re-read my post man!

They (Dolphins) fans were talking about maybe drafting a running back next year and I was asking who would be available
 7 years ago '04        #47
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If he falls (which I don't think he will), I wish the Bills would take a hard look at Baldwin. We could use someone to go over the middle of the field and I think Baldwin is going to end up being one of the best WRs in this draft. Not only because I am a homer but because of his wingspan, height, weight, and just watching him over the last few years.
 02-26-2011, 01:36 PM         #48
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 lilsnatch770 said:

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If he falls (which I don't think he will), I wish the Bills would take a hard look at Baldwin. We could use someone to go over the middle of the field and I think Baldwin is going to end up being one of the best WRs in this draft. Not only because I am a homer but because of his wingspan, height, weight, and just watching him over the last few years.
i saw on twitter where scouts and coaches were doubting his character with some personality issues.. i believe the word prima dona was used.. lemme find it.
 02-26-2011, 01:37 PM         #49
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 ttime236 said:
With our second rounder, we needa look at Rodney Hudson, the penn state center, and Ryan Williams. All good talents that should be able to start immediately, I swear Williams reminds me of a young Portis:cool-smiley-009:

Ponder at 6'2'' 220, is also my fav. qb to be picked later in the draft
we wont go RB.. mike said that was the only position we were really ok with outside of TE.
 02-26-2011, 01:44 PM         #50
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 JNyiri77 said:
i love it when someone else tells me what MY team needs cause they read a bunch of draft info and information online about a team. yes we need a RB but not Mark Ingram in the first round at 15, i dont care how much of a beast he may wind up.

Henne would just be handcuffed again by having a good rb. we need henne to know whetehr he has it this yr or not as a passer, not handing off 25 times a game. thats why we got brandon marshall. we had good rb's when he started playing for pennington in williams and brown, top 3 rushing i believe and he was average but showed signs of being good and regressed tremendously his second yr as a full starter, leading the league in picks in the 4th quarter.

rb's can be found later in the draft, we don't need a first round RB
then what do you propose to do? because after Williams and Ingram and LeShoure there is a HUGE drop off in talent imo. To the point where it is such a need that you can't pass on it.. you won't find RBs late in the draft that could have the impact like these 3.
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 Lowkey18 said:
i saw on twitter where scouts and coaches were doubting his character with some personality issues.. i believe the word prima dona was used.. lemme find it.
I know dude thinks he's the man, but I still think he can be a great receiver. Hopefully, he falls and the Bills take a look at him in the 2nd.

Other Bills fans might think I'm crazy, but I would be happy with a great defender at #3, Jon Baldwin in the 2nd and a LB in the 3rd.
 02-26-2011, 01:50 PM         #52
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 lilsnatch770 said:
I know dude thinks he's the man, but I still think he can be a great receiver. Hopefully, he falls and the Bills take a look at him in the 2nd.

Other Bills fans might think I'm crazy, but I would be happy with a great defender at #3, Jon Baldwin in the 2nd and a LB in the 3rd.
i think if he would tone some of those issues down he could be great also..



and ya your QB situation imo is fine..
 7 years ago '04        #53
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Which is why I wouldn't be mad at Baldwin. We'd have Baldwin, Evans & Johnson. I am about 99.9% sure we will not select a WR because they think we are set at that position but if a top wide receiver is there, we should look at him.
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 lilsnatch770 said:
Which is why I wouldn't be mad at Baldwin. We'd have Baldwin, Evans & Johnson. I am about 99.9% sure we will not select a WR because they think we are set at that position but if a top wide receiver is there, we should look at him.
I used to be big fan of Baldwin, but remember James Hardy?
 7 years ago '09        #55
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 lilsnatch770 said:

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If he falls (which I don't think he will), I wish the Bills would take a hard look at Baldwin. We could use someone to go over the middle of the field and I think Baldwin is going to end up being one of the best WRs in this draft. Not only because I am a homer but because of his wingspan, height, weight, and just watching him over the last few years.
I seen him play a few times Pitt was on TV, and he reminds me of some of the things Fitz did when he was at Pitt. Big late round steal to whoever gets him. Still looking forward to seeing AJ Green tomorrow. Hopefully Bengals snatch him at #4, go after Mallet in the 2nd round if he is still available, and trade Carson for a 3rd, 4th, or a 4th and a 7th package or something.
 7 years ago '09        #56
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I really hate it for my lil n*gga Wes.
 02-26-2011, 03:26 PM         #57
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 lilsnatch770 said:
Who is there NEXT year? NEXT YEAR....re-read my post man!

They (Dolphins) fans were talking about maybe drafting a running back next year and I was asking who would be available

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it was 2 am when i read that

i got no idea who's out next yr

i just dont want ingram when you can get runnning backs whenever in the draft

BJGE was undrafted and he's great for the Pats
 7 years ago '09        #58
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Panthers might be without a talent like Julius Peppers for only one season, if they decide Clemson DE Da’Quan Bowers is their guy with the No. 1 overall pick in this April’s draft.

When Bowers was asked Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine who he’s most often compared to, he cited Peppers, the sackmeister who left Carolina after the 2009 season for Chicago.

Others have gone so far as to mention Hall of Famers Reggie White and Bruce Smith in the same breath as Bowers — heady stuff for a young man who left Clemson after his junior season.

“Just to be noticed in the same sentence with those guys is amazing,” Bowers said. “Anytime anybody can put you in the same sentence with Reggie White and Bruce Smith, you must be doing something right.”

Bowers linked his explosive 2010 season to a maturation process and refuted criticism that he’s a “one-hit wonder” after wreaking havoc on opposing offenses with 15.5 sacks. He had just four total sacks in his two previous seasons.

Bowers isn’t testing at the combine this week because of a meniscus tear in his right knee suffered in an October game against N.C. State.

“I want the same amount of time that everybody else had to train and fully prepare for the combine,” Bowers said, telling reporters he’s ready to put on a show at Clemson’s March 10 pro day.

A show that could lead to big things for this confident young defender.

– Marc Sessler

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 7 years ago '07        #59
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 lilsnatch770 said:

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If he falls (which I don't think he will), I wish the Bills would take a hard look at Baldwin. We could use someone to go over the middle of the field and I think Baldwin is going to end up being one of the best WRs in this draft. Not only because I am a homer but because of his wingspan, height, weight, and just watching him over the last few years.
Over the middle or fades? I've never seen Baldwin run over the middle but you're a Pitt fan you'd know more than me. He's a fade king though, he can Moss ppl.
 02-26-2011, 04:12 PM         #60
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