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nycsportzfan
01-14-2013, 11:50 AM
Today, practice for the shrine game begins.. Its the first in many draft stock raising/dropping events heading toward the draft in late april.. Here we can talk about the players in this game, as practices all wk will be under a microscope, helping raise and drop stocks from some of these guys..


Heres the rosters..




Print roster Updated 1/13/2013
OFFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
78 OL Armstead Terron Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5" 310
80 WR Blake Emory Auburn 6'2" 195
11 QB Cameron Colby Louisiana Tech 6'2" 205
15 WR Davis Marcus Virginia Tech 6'4" 225
64 OL Devey Jordan Memphis 6'6" 305
76 OL Dill R.J. Rutgers 6'6" 315
83 WR Fuller Corey Virginia Tech 6'3" 195
12 RB Graham Ray Pittsburgh 5'10" 190
18 RB Harris Montel Temple 5'9" 208
73 OL Heikkinen Garth MinnesotDuluth 6'2-1/2" 305
88 WR Highsmith Erik North Carolina 6'3" 195
74 OL Jackson Mark Glenville State 6'6" 330
10 TE Jefferson D.C. Rutgers 6'6" 250
55 OL Johnson T.J. South Carolina 6'5" 315
7 QB Klein Collin Kansas St. 6'5" 226
58 OL Kush Eric California (PA) 6'4" 299
44 TE Pantale Chris Boston College 6'6" 255
97 TE Reed Lucas New Mexico 6'6" 255
59 OL Sewell Matt McMaster U. 6'8" 345
85 WR Smith Rodney Florida State 6'6" 219
72 OL Speller Nick; Massachusetts 6'5" 290
2 RB Stacy Zac Vanderbilt 5'9" 214
54 OL Stankiewitch Matt Penn State 6'3" 303
13 QB Stanley Nathan Southeastern La. 6'5" 215
8 WR Steelman Trent Army 6' 210
17 K Sturgis Caleb Florida 5'11" 190
86 WR Turner Brandon Navy 6'4" 225
70 OL Watford Earl James Madison 6'4" 295
DEFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
36 LB Barrington Sam South Florida 6'2" 238
91 DL Bass David Missouri West. St. 6'4" 260
30 SAF Bishop Brandan North Carolina St. 6'2" 205
14 P Breeding Dylan Arkansas 6'1" 215
29 CB Brewer Xavier Clemson 5'11" 190
77 DL Catapano Mike Princeton 6'4" 270
93 DL Cross Izaan Georgia Tech 6'4" 300
52 LB Evans Matt New Hampshire 6' 230
24 SAF Evans Josh Florida 6'1" 199
96 DL Francis A.J. Maryland 6'5" 315
31 SAF Hall Rashard Clemson 6'2" 210
42 LB Hodges Gerald Penn State 6'2" 251
28 CB Johnson Josh Purdue 5'11" 195
4 LB McCabe Robert Georgetown 6'2" 234
90 DL McCloud Anthony Florida State 6'2" 322
21 CB McGee Brandon Miami (Fla.) 6' 197
46 LB Moody Nick Florida St. 6'2" 237
3 LB Moore Sio Connecticut 6 2" 229
26 SAF Riley Kejuan Alabama St. 6'1" 208
7 CB Smith Branden Georgia 5'11" 175
22 CB Sweeting Rod Georgia Tech 6' 187
98 DL Taylor Devin South Carolina 6'8" 267
1 SAF Taylor Cooper Richmond 6'4" 230
94 DL Vallone Scott Rutgers 6'3" 275
92 DL Vellano Joe Maryland 6'2" 295
6 CB Webster Kayvon South Florida 5'11" 196
23 CB White Melvin La.-Lafayette 6'3" 191
9 CB Wilson Trey Vanderbilt 5'11" 190
27 SAF Wolff Earl North Carolina St. 6' 207

WEST ROSTER

Print roster Updated 1/13/2013
OFFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
81 WR Amos Anthony Middle Tenn. St. 6' 185
60 OL Baca Jeff UCLA 6'3" 295
74 OL Brenner Sam Utah 6'4" 305
75 OL Brown Braden Brigham Young 6'6" 300
19 K Brown Zach Portland State 6'4" 210
4 WR Buckner Dan Arizona 6'4" 211
1 WR Bumphis Chad Mississippi State 5'11" 198
14 QB Carder Alex Western Michigan 6'3" 225
8 WR Collins Jasper Mt. Union 5'11" 190
6 WR Davis Keenan Iowa 6'2" 215
7 QB Doege Seth Texas Tech 6'1" 205
50 OL Fabien Kirby Calgary 6'6" 305
88 TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6'7" 255
53 OL Ferentz James Iowa 6'1" 288
67 OL Foketi Manase W.Texas A&M 6'5" 325
66 OL Foltz Blaize TCU 6'4" 315
12 WR Goard Tyrone E. Kentucky 6'4" 196
72 OL Hawkinson Tanner Kansas 6'5-1/2" 300
44 TE Hill Josh Idaho State 6'5" 229
48 RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6'1" 230
33 RB Michael Christine Texas A&M 5'11" 220
68 OL O'Neill Dann W. Michigan 6'8" 305
52 OL Robiskie Andrew W. Illinois 6'2" 302
10 QB Scott Matt Arizona 6'3" 208
84 TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6'7" 255
56 OL Turnley Ryan Pittsburgh 6'6" 313
25 RB Williams Kerwynn Utah State 5'8-1/4" 191
DEFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
15 SAF Addae Jahleel Central Michigan 5'11" 200
97 DL Boyd Josh Mississippi State 6'3" 300
73 DL Campbell William Michigan 6'5" 310
16 SAF Davis Cody Texas Tech 6'2" 205
54 LB Greer Steve Virginia 6'2" 230
31 CB Hawthorne Terry Illinois 6'1" 193
3 CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6'2" 195
28 LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6'2" 240
95 DL Horton Wes USC 6'2" 237
49 P Hubner Josh Arizona State 6'4" 238
9 CB Hurst Demontre Oklahoma 5'10" 183
18 CB Hyde Micah Iowa 6'1" 190
11 SAF Johnson Keelan Arizona State 6'1" 207
43 DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6'2" 245
47 LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6'2" 244
94 DL Lohr Rob Vanderbilt 6'4" 290
24 CB Malone Nigel Kansas State 5'10" 180
20 SAF McDougald Bradley Kansas 6'1" 210
26 SAF Motta Zeke Notre Dame 6'3" 215
83 DL Pericak Will Colorado 6'4" 295
13 LB Pough Keith Howard 6'3" 238
22 CB Price Sheldon UCLA 6'2" 180
51 LB Rosette Albert Nevada 6'2" 240
45 DL Schreibeis Caleb Montana State 6'3" 252
29 SAF Thomas Shamarko Syracuse 5'10" 208
96 DL Thurmond Brandon Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'2" 260
42 LB Williams Nathan Ohio State 6'3" 249
5 SAF Williams Duke Nevada 6' 200
2 CB Wooten Khalid Nevada 5'11" 200

nycsportzfan
01-14-2013, 12:02 PM
Alot of sleepers i really like in this game.. Devonte Holloman OLB/S S.Carolina, Khalid Wooten CB Nevada, Kerwynn Williams RB Utah St, Blaize Foltz G TCU, Earl Watford G James Madison, Mark Jackson OT Glenville St, Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt, Tanner Hawkinson OT Kansas, Steve Greer LB Virginia, Josh Boyd DT Miss St, Rod Sweeting CB Ga Tech, and Jahleel Addae S C.Michigan, Earl Wolff S NC State...

A couple guys i'm intrested in but there not really sleepers to me, like Hodges, Fauria, D.Williams, Matt Scott, and a few others...

A couple guys i know nothing about i want to see are Jasper Collins WR Mount Union, Matt Catapano DE Princeton, and David Bass DE Missouri West St...

Gonna be a fun wk!

Redeyejedi
01-14-2013, 03:41 PM
Eric Galko ‏@OptimumScouting
DC Jefferson another nice catch in the midfield. Best TE easily here so far.

ELI_HOF_NYG
01-14-2013, 03:55 PM
Today, practice for the shrine game begins.. Its the first in many draft stock raising/dropping events heading toward the draft in late april.. Here we can talk about the players in this game, as practices all wk will be under a microscope, helping raise and drop stocks from some of these guys..


Heres the rosters..




Print roster Updated 1/13/2013
OFFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
78 OL Armstead Terron Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5" 310
80 WR Blake Emory Auburn 6'2" 195
11 QB Cameron Colby Louisiana Tech 6'2" 205
15 WR Davis Marcus Virginia Tech 6'4" 225
64 OL Devey Jordan Memphis 6'6" 305
76 OL Dill R.J. Rutgers 6'6" 315
83 WR Fuller Corey Virginia Tech 6'3" 195
12 RB Graham Ray Pittsburgh 5'10" 190
18 RB Harris Montel Temple 5'9" 208
73 OL Heikkinen Garth MinnesotDuluth 6'2-1/2" 305
88 WR Highsmith Erik North Carolina 6'3" 195
74 OL Jackson Mark Glenville State 6'6" 330
10 TE Jefferson D.C. Rutgers 6'6" 250
55 OL Johnson T.J. South Carolina 6'5" 315
7 QB Klein Collin Kansas St. 6'5" 226
58 OL Kush Eric California (PA) 6'4" 299
44 TE Pantale Chris Boston College 6'6" 255
97 TE Reed Lucas New Mexico 6'6" 255
59 OL Sewell Matt McMaster U. 6'8" 345
85 WR Smith Rodney Florida State 6'6" 219
72 OL Speller Nick; Massachusetts 6'5" 290
2 RB Stacy Zac Vanderbilt 5'9" 214
54 OL Stankiewitch Matt Penn State 6'3" 303
13 QB Stanley Nathan Southeastern La. 6'5" 215
8 WR Steelman Trent Army 6' 210
17 K Sturgis Caleb Florida 5'11" 190
86 WR Turner Brandon Navy 6'4" 225
70 OL Watford Earl James Madison 6'4" 295
DEFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
36 LB Barrington Sam South Florida 6'2" 238
91 DL Bass David Missouri West. St. 6'4" 260
30 SAF Bishop Brandan North Carolina St. 6'2" 205
14 P Breeding Dylan Arkansas 6'1" 215
29 CB Brewer Xavier Clemson 5'11" 190
77 DL Catapano Mike Princeton 6'4" 270
93 DL Cross Izaan Georgia Tech 6'4" 300
52 LB Evans Matt New Hampshire 6' 230
24 SAF Evans Josh Florida 6'1" 199
96 DL Francis A.J. Maryland 6'5" 315
31 SAF Hall Rashard Clemson 6'2" 210
42 LB Hodges Gerald Penn State 6'2" 251
28 CB Johnson Josh Purdue 5'11" 195
4 LB McCabe Robert Georgetown 6'2" 234
90 DL McCloud Anthony Florida State 6'2" 322
21 CB McGee Brandon Miami (Fla.) 6' 197
46 LB Moody Nick Florida St. 6'2" 237
3 LB Moore Sio Connecticut 6 2" 229
26 SAF Riley Kejuan Alabama St. 6'1" 208
7 CB Smith Branden Georgia 5'11" 175
22 CB Sweeting Rod Georgia Tech 6' 187
98 DL Taylor Devin South Carolina 6'8" 267
1 SAF Taylor Cooper Richmond 6'4" 230
94 DL Vallone Scott Rutgers 6'3" 275
92 DL Vellano Joe Maryland 6'2" 295
6 CB Webster Kayvon South Florida 5'11" 196
23 CB White Melvin La.-Lafayette 6'3" 191
9 CB Wilson Trey Vanderbilt 5'11" 190
27 SAF Wolff Earl North Carolina St. 6' 207

WEST ROSTER

Print roster Updated 1/13/2013
OFFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
81 WR Amos Anthony Middle Tenn. St. 6' 185
60 OL Baca Jeff UCLA 6'3" 295
74 OL Brenner Sam Utah 6'4" 305
75 OL Brown Braden Brigham Young 6'6" 300
19 K Brown Zach Portland State 6'4" 210
4 WR Buckner Dan Arizona 6'4" 211
1 WR Bumphis Chad Mississippi State 5'11" 198
14 QB Carder Alex Western Michigan 6'3" 225
8 WR Collins Jasper Mt. Union 5'11" 190
6 WR Davis Keenan Iowa 6'2" 215
7 QB Doege Seth Texas Tech 6'1" 205
50 OL Fabien Kirby Calgary 6'6" 305
88 TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6'7" 255
53 OL Ferentz James Iowa 6'1" 288
67 OL Foketi Manase W.Texas A&M 6'5" 325
66 OL Foltz Blaize TCU 6'4" 315
12 WR Goard Tyrone E. Kentucky 6'4" 196
72 OL Hawkinson Tanner Kansas 6'5-1/2" 300
44 TE Hill Josh Idaho State 6'5" 229
48 RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6'1" 230
33 RB Michael Christine Texas A&M 5'11" 220
68 OL O'Neill Dann W. Michigan 6'8" 305
52 OL Robiskie Andrew W. Illinois 6'2" 302
10 QB Scott Matt Arizona 6'3" 208
84 TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6'7" 255
56 OL Turnley Ryan Pittsburgh 6'6" 313
25 RB Williams Kerwynn Utah State 5'8-1/4" 191
DEFENSE
# Pos. Last name First name School H W
15 SAF Addae Jahleel Central Michigan 5'11" 200
97 DL Boyd Josh Mississippi State 6'3" 300
73 DL Campbell William Michigan 6'5" 310
16 SAF Davis Cody Texas Tech 6'2" 205
54 LB Greer Steve Virginia 6'2" 230
31 CB Hawthorne Terry Illinois 6'1" 193
3 CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6'2" 195
28 LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6'2" 240
95 DL Horton Wes USC 6'2" 237
49 P Hubner Josh Arizona State 6'4" 238
9 CB Hurst Demontre Oklahoma 5'10" 183
18 CB Hyde Micah Iowa 6'1" 190
11 SAF Johnson Keelan Arizona State 6'1" 207
43 DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6'2" 245
47 LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6'2" 244
94 DL Lohr Rob Vanderbilt 6'4" 290
24 CB Malone Nigel Kansas State 5'10" 180
20 SAF McDougald Bradley Kansas 6'1" 210
26 SAF Motta Zeke Notre Dame 6'3" 215
83 DL Pericak Will Colorado 6'4" 295
13 LB Pough Keith Howard 6'3" 238
22 CB Price Sheldon UCLA 6'2" 180
51 LB Rosette Albert Nevada 6'2" 240
45 DL Schreibeis Caleb Montana State 6'3" 252
29 SAF Thomas Shamarko Syracuse 5'10" 208
96 DL Thurmond Brandon Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'2" 260
42 LB Williams Nathan Ohio State 6'3" 249
5 SAF Williams Duke Nevada 6' 200
2 CB Wooten Khalid Nevada 5'11" 200


who do you think we are looking at off this list?

nycsportzfan
01-14-2013, 08:05 PM
Sio Moore and Ray Graham also impressed from what i've read.. Colin Klein and Marcus Davis did not, from what i've read...

nycsportzfan
01-14-2013, 08:07 PM
who do you think we are looking at off this list? Its impossible to tell? Thers so many players and we need help at so many positons, and not to mention, guys we have intrest in, could easily go to other teams, without us ever knowing we had interest..etc

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 06:34 AM
A guy i love as a Sleeper and have mentioned since September(Bluesanta likes em as well) Earl Wolff S NC State had 2 INT's in the 1st practice of the wk.. THis guys a leader, has solid size, moves well enough, and just strikes me as a guy whos a football player and gonna make a team better for having em.. I like Wolff to go in the 5th-7th range..

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 07:12 AM
Heres another practice report, this time from Dane Brugler of CBSSPORTS.. He said JASPER COLLINS WR MT UNION was on point, as well as a small schooler from HOWARD, LB KEITH POUGH.. All reports i've read, raved about PENN ST LB GERALD HODGES, whos clearly the best player at the Shrine game, all together...


2013 NFL Draft: Shrine Game -- Monday practice report
By Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst
January 14, 2013 7:12 pm ET ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- For some non-FBS prospects, the toughest part of the draft process can be shedding the dreaded "small school" label. And one way to do that is in these pre-draft all-star games when they're pitted against players from the SEC, Big Ten and other "power" conferences.

On the first day of practice for this year's Shrine game on Monday, several small-schoolers stood out and proved they belong on the same field as many of the FBS prospects.

He's not the fastest or the biggest at his position, but Mount Union wide receiver Jasper Collins (West Team) might be the most polished receiver in St. Petersburg this week. As the only Division-III prospect invited to the 88th annual Shrine Game, he hasn't seen the top competition that he will match up against in practice, but through the first day he certainly didn't appear out of place.

Collins was smooth in his routes, showing good foot quickness and burst out of his breaks to keep the defender off-balance. He also did a nice job setting up his patterns with excellent conviction and patience, which was evident on a stop-and-go route that he used to lure the cornerback toward him before he burst downfield to catch a 40-yard pass. Collins showed good hands and also received punts at the end of practice. (He had three punt returns for touchdowns in college).

Collins is currently rated as a fringe draftable prospect or possible priority free agent but could significantly help his stock this week.

The most talkative award goes to Howard outside linebacker Keith Pough (West Team), who was barking all practice -- not only at himself but also his teammates. While some view this as a negative, the coaching staff of the West squad appeared to encourage it, loving the energy he was showing while pushing those around him.

Along with his gift for gab, Pough is also a very talented football player. He stood out during the linebacker drills as the best athlete of the group with excellent flexibility and agility for the position. Pough was the only linebacker during drills who didn't need reminding to "stay low" during blocking drills. He does have a few bad habits with lowering his head and keeping his eyes in the wrong place, but he is definitely a defensive prospect worth watching due to his athleticism and competitive nature.

During the East practice session, the top small-schooler that stood out was Richmond safety Cooper Taylor. His size is impressive for the position, as you rarely see a 6-4, 230-pound safety roam the back half of the field. But his athleticism was also better than expected, flowing well to the action and breaking down on the move.

He showed good footwork in drills and drew some praise from the coaching staff for his closing quickness on plays in front of him. A Georgia Tech transfer, Taylor is starting to create a little bit of buzz among the scouts and NFL representatives in attendance this week.

Practice notes:

In my Shrine Game defensive preview, I predicted Penn State outside linebacker Gerald Hodges might be the highest drafted player from this week. After one practice, I'm standing by that. Without full pads, almost all the drills were limited contact, but that didn't stop Hodges from seeking out the ballcarrier and tackling him with pop. Since he was snubbed from the Senior Bowl, some thought he might not take this week as seriously, but so far, that couldn't be further from the truth.


Louisiana Tech quarterback Colby Cameron doesn't have nearly the height or arm strength as the other quarterbacks on the East squad, but he didn't look short next to Collin Klein or Nathan Stanley, who both stand at least 6-5. With his compact delivery, Cameron fired passes all over the field, especially showing zip and velocity on out-routes. Cameron is more of a touch passer, but through one practice he didn't look out of place with the big size, big-armed quarterbacks.


Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne didn't have quite the senior season many expected, but his draft stock could be on the upswing this week, especially after a strong first day of practice. He showed a fluid backpedal and swivel hips while staying low in his transition, something that isn't easy for most cornerbacks over six-feet tall. Hawthorne has the footwork to quickly adjust, and he flashed the physical nature needed to play the position at the next level.


UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria was forced to leave the field during the early portion of the West's practice due to an injury. He was stretching his groin on the sideline and the trainers mentioned it to be a "hip issue." No word on the seriousness of the injury or whether Fauria will be back on the field this week.

Redeyejedi
01-15-2013, 09:10 AM
I wonder if the Giants will bring in DC Jefferson to work out.He seems like a guy they might be interested in plus he wont count against the visits. I can see Mark Harrision and Jamison the RB as well. Harrision looks like a sleeper ,physically 1 of the most impressive WR's in the entire draft.

Kruunch
01-15-2013, 09:43 AM
A.J. Francis.

Kind of a sleeper pick for a 4-3 DT. He's being billed as a 3-4 NT but he doesn't have the chops for it.

I could see the Giants throwing a 5th ot s 6th at this guy if he sparks at all.

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 10:13 AM
I wonder if the Giants will bring in DC Jefferson to work out.He seems like a guy they might be interested in plus he wont count against the visits. I can see Mark Harrision and Jamison the RB as well. Harrision looks like a sleeper ,physically 1 of the most impressive WR's in the entire draft. Ya, i could see Logan Ryan and Khaseem Greene as well.. I like Jefferson, as i've said before, i think he'll be a better pro then college player, and it does make sense, seeing how we need the help at TE and hes a local kid who won't count against the visits..

On top of being local kids, most of the Rutgers players worth looking at, are positons of need, so i think we'll be looking at a heap of em before said and done.. Greene, Jefferson, Jamison, Harrison(we might lose Hix and Barden)..etc

Buddy333
01-15-2013, 10:13 AM
I wonder if the Giants will bring in DC Jefferson to work out.He seems like a guy they might be interested in plus he wont count against the visits. I can see Mark Harrision and Jamison the RB as well. Harrision looks like a sleeper ,physically 1 of the most impressive WR's in the entire draft.Agree. Jefferson never really had a great QB throwing to him and he also just switched to TE in college. He was recruited as a QB. Harrison has been under the radar for a long time. He wasn't heavily recruited and also never had a really good QB throwing o him. He has great size and speed.

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 10:16 AM
I also heard that another sleeper of mind Rod Sweeting CB Ga Tech looked good as well yeseterday...

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 10:27 PM
Walt Footballs day 2 Report has Demontre Hurst and Terry Hawthorne as big time players for today... Hurst was real good, i guess... Willliam Campbell DT Michigan had a brilliant day, and Blaize Foltz G TCU had one of the better days for Olineman.. Foltz is one of my fave mid rd lineman...

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 10:28 PM
Sources told walterfootball, whos at the shrine game practices, that NEW ORLEANS SAINTS have taking a big liking to Blaize Foltz G TCU..

nycsportzfan
01-15-2013, 11:50 PM
Christine Michael RB A&M is another guy getting big time reviews so far early on this wk for Shrine Game.. Heres a list of guys i get the feeling are having biggest wk's so far, judged on diffrent reports i'm reading..


Jasper Collins WR Mt.Union- Hes gonna get drafted in mid rds, because hes doing so well at shrine game, adn the success of Shorts and Garcon ahead of him.. Hes been great so far this wk at shrine practices

Christine Michael RB A&M- He looks great so far, from what i gather..

Kerwynn Williams RB Utah St- i love this kid, and from report posted on here, said he looks good, showing breakaway speed and shiftiness, and hes obviously got stout hands outta backfield, and had multiple interviews all ready from teams, so his stock is doing well..

Blaize Foltz G TCU

Keith Pough LB Howard- THis kids a leader, and is vocal and physical.. Hes a NFL player, and all reports are his stock has done well so far..

Earl Wolff S NC State- Another one of my prime sleepres, Wolffs stock is clearly on the rise, as its nothing but positives so far on him..

Rod Sweeting/Demontre Hurst, Micah Hyde, Terry Hawthorne, Brandon McGee- These CB's have had either 2days of good reports or at least one days worth of good reports..

David Bass DE Mizzo West St- THis kids looking like a natural pass rusher, and is a very intersting prospect..

William Campbell DT Michigan- Huge reports from basically every outlet on this DT..

Sio Moore LB UCONN- Another sleeper i like, has multiple reports of playing fantastic ball so far, and made some nasty licks, drawing big oohs and awws from scouts...

Colby Cameron QB La Tech/ Nathan Stanley QB SE La- The best QB's so far, and especially Stanley..

Ray Graham RB Pitt- All good reports on the productive pitt back so far...

Cooper Taylor S Richmond- Continues to get good reports around the web from his play past 2 days..

Gerald Hodges LB Penn St- Helping his stock tremendously and is the best player here..


I might of missed a few, but these guys have multiple outlets saying there doing well, and others might have one outlet or whatever, but these guys are consensus..

BlueSanta
01-16-2013, 01:07 AM
Christine Michael RB A&M is another guy getting big time reviews so far early on this wk for Shrine Game.. Heres a list of guys i get the feeling are having biggest wk's so far, judged on diffrent reports i'm reading..


Jasper Collins WR Mt.Union- Hes gonna get drafted in mid rds, because hes doing so well at shrine game, adn the success of Shorts and Garcon ahead of him.. Hes been great so far this wk at shrine practices

Christine Michael RB A&M- He looks great so far, from what i gather..

Kerwynn Williams RB Utah St- i love this kid, and from report posted on here, said he looks good, showing breakaway speed and shiftiness, and hes obviously got stout hands outta backfield, and had multiple interviews all ready from teams, so his stock is doing well..

Blaize Foltz G TCU

Keith Pough LB Howard- THis kids a leader, and is vocal and physical.. Hes a NFL player, and all reports are his stock has done well so far..

Earl Wolff S NC State- Another one of my prime sleepres, Wolffs stock is clearly on the rise, as its nothing but positives so far on him..

Rod Sweeting/Demontre Hurst, Micah Hyde, Terry Hawthorne, Brandon McGee- These CB's have had either 2days of good reports or at least one days worth of good reports..

David Bass DE Mizzo West St- THis kids looking like a natural pass rusher, and is a very intersting prospect..

William Campbell DT Michigan- Huge reports from basically every outlet on this DT..

Sio Moore LB UCONN- Another sleeper i like, has multiple reports of playing fantastic ball so far, and made some nasty licks, drawing big oohs and awws from scouts...

Colby Cameron QB La Tech/ Nathan Stanley QB SE La- The best QB's so far, and especially Stanley..

Ray Graham RB Pitt- All good reports on the productive pitt back so far...

Cooper Taylor S Richmond- Continues to get good reports around the web from his play past 2 days..

Gerald Hodges LB Penn St- Helping his stock tremendously and is the best player here..


I might of missed a few, but these guys have multiple outlets saying there doing well, and others might have one outlet or whatever, but these guys are consensus..

I have heard good things of Zac Stacy so far. I like him very much.

I also agree about Earl Wolf, though I am not sure he qualifies as a "sleeper." This is a good safety class in my opinion.

Another guy who never played in a system that suits his skillset, but FSU's Anthony Mccloud is going to make some 34 team very happy as a NT. He won penetrate, he wont get very many TFL or Sacks, but he will consume 2 blockers and he wont give up ground doing it. I could see a team like the Steelers or possibly New England looking at him to replace their aged and possibly retiring NT. He actually reminds me a a little of Casey Hampton, 1 of the more underrated players in the NFL over the last decade+.

BlueSanta
01-16-2013, 02:01 AM
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Cooper Taylor S Richmond- Continues to get good reports around the web from his play past 2 days..
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He interests me. I still believe the next evolution of the safety will be to a taller guy who can help vs Tight ends who are tearing the league apart right now.

nycsportzfan
01-17-2013, 05:23 AM
I have heard good things of Zac Stacy so far. I like him very much.

I also agree about Earl Wolf, though I am not sure he qualifies as a "sleeper." This is a good safety class in my opinion.

Another guy who never played in a system that suits his skillset, but FSU's Anthony Mccloud is going to make some 34 team very happy as a NT. He won penetrate, he wont get very many TFL or Sacks, but he will consume 2 blockers and he wont give up ground doing it. I could see a team like the Steelers or possibly New England looking at him to replace their aged and possibly retiring NT. He actually reminds me a a little of Casey Hampton, 1 of the more underrated players in the NFL over the last decade+. Well, when u look around the web and u see normally a 6th-7th rd draft pick, and u barley hear his name around here unless its u or I talking about em, i'd say hes a sleeper.. Like i said months ago, i don't think he desrves sleeper, as his plays been better, but for some reason, he hasent caught on that much, all though he is somewhat now, with his shrine practice play..

nycsportzfan
01-17-2013, 05:24 AM
Terry Hawthorn and Brandon McGee sound like the top standout DBs on their respective rosters is what I heard and read as well.....same goes with Ray Graham (although, we already have a similar RB in Wilson) Yes, but Demontre Hurst, Rod Sweeting and Micah Hyde have gotten solid reviews to above solid as well..

nycsportzfan
01-17-2013, 05:28 AM
also OT Armstead......

"I can’t help but be impressed by the progress being made by #78/TERRON ARMSTEAD/Arkansas Pine-Bluff. He’s a mountain of a man at 6’5/310 ( with room to grow even bigger), He’s spending most of his time now out at LT and is burying people in one-on-one confrontations. He moves his feet well for his size and is really gatting the hang of arm and hand use. His arms are like vines, so once he gets the hang of utilizing them to max effect in pass pro he’s going to be tough to get around. He also put some very good DL on their butts with pancake blocks this morning." Ya, TJ JOHNSON C S.CAROLINA is someone to look out for as well.. That size and demeanor will go along way.. A real strong, tough, big kid with a great Centers demeanor on em.. That kid is gonna bea starter in the NFL, i can feel it...

Redeyejedi
01-17-2013, 09:48 AM
Agree. Jefferson never really had a great QB throwing to him and he also just switched to TE in college. He was recruited as a QB. Harrison has been under the radar for a long time. He wasn't heavily recruited and also never had a really good QB throwing o him. He has great size and speed. Harrision is really put together he sure looks like an NFL receiver. I have to think he will valued more by NFL Scouts than he is by most draftniks.

nycsportzfan
01-17-2013, 12:07 PM
Harrision is really put together he sure looks like an NFL receiver. I have to think he will valued more by NFL Scouts than he is by most draftniks. Ya, he'll have to fight with guys like Rodney Smith, who are very similar prospects.. I'd like to take a look at Jasper Collins from Mt Union in the late rds.. He seems like a good slot reciever type, route runner, who can get deep on occasion... Hes having a heck of a wk at the shrine practices, thats for sure..

ELI_HOF_NYG
01-17-2013, 12:29 PM
what about zeke motta? seems to always be around the ball.

BlueSanta
01-17-2013, 02:49 PM
A lil humor for all here....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gODZzSOelss

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 08:49 AM
I love this TJ Johnson C S.Carolina kid the more i learn about em.. Hes a big dude at 6ft 5in 319lbs and extremely strong and Physical.. This is the kinda Center u want.. He plays through the whistle and has tremendous leadership skills.. I would not be shocked to see Johnson end up as a longtime starting Center in teh NFL...

Anyhow, heres Waltsfootballs Stock up/ Stock down from Practice wk at shrine..


2013 NFL Draft Stock Up

Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
Michael had a phenomenal week of practice and probably helped himself more than any other prospect at the East-West Shrine. The 5-foot-11, 215-pounder showed off an impressive skill set. He ran with quickness, power, balance, vision and cutting ability. In every practice, Michael stood out.

As a senior in 2012, Michael totaled 417 yards on 88 carries (4.7 average) and 12 touchdowns. Injuries kept Michael from playing a full season in 2011 and 2010. In 2011 before going down with a knee injury, he outshined teammate Cyrus Gray. Michael led Texas A&M in rushing prior to the injury. He averaged six yards per carry with 899 yards and eight touchdowns. Michael was knocked out during the 2010 season too, breaking his tibia in the eighth game. He had 631 yards rushing with four touchdowns and a five yard per carry average. Michael had 844 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns as freshman, averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

Sources told WalterFootball.com that the Jets, Packers and Saints were showing a lot of interest in Michael. Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson was really watching Michael closely in practice. Tampa Bay and Chicago also displayed interest. After his strong week, Michael looks like he has vaulted his stock into the mid-rounds and it is possible he could sneak into the second day. Sources indicated that teams believe Michael has starting potential.

Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
The Penn State standout didn't receive the opportunity to play in a bowl game, but he made up for it with an impressive week of practice at the East-West Shrine. Hodges was a tough run defender who showed nice speed to the perimeter. He was physical in the tackle box with the power to take on blockers and hold his ground.

NFL teams love versatility, and Hodges showed that at the East-West practices. He played middle and outside linebacker in a 4-3 set. That could lead to some teams could play Hodges on the inside, but at the very least he should be able to handle middle responsibilities if an injury occurred.

As a senior, Hodges played really well with 109 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, seven passes broken up, one forced fumble and two interceptions in 2012. He still has room for improvement with shedding blocks, but with good development he could be a starter in the NFL.






Josh Evans, S, Florida
The Gators' safety was consistently good all week at the East-West Shrine. Evans was overshadowed by teammate Matt Elam last season, but he was a rock-solid safety in his own right. In the practices, Evans was clearly a good run defending safety. He has good tackling technique and worked his way into position to make tackles. Evans clearly has been groomed well in the running SEC to defend the ground game.

Evans also showed impressive coverage skills. He did a nice job of picking up receivers and tight ends. He ran with them downfield and had consistently tight coverage. The coaches gave Evans a lot of praise and a lot of teams were showing interest in him, the Bears especially.

As a senior, Evans had three interceptions with 83 tackles, three passes batted away and 2.5 sacks. With his strong week of practice Evans could be an early-round pick on the third day of the NFL Draft.

Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida
It isn't common for kickers to rise up boards in the postseason, but Sturgis could be accomplishing that. Sturgis was phenomenal in the practices at Mobile. He displayed good accuracy with a booming leg. With ease Sturgis was drilling field goals from 54 and 56 yards. It looked like he had the power to make kicks from around 60 yards.

As a senior, Sturgis was 24-of-28 on his field goals with plenty of clutch kicks. The Gators' offense was inconsistent, but Sturgis helped them produce points when drives stalled. It wouldn't be surprising if Sturgis got consideration on the third day of the draft as a fourth or fifth-rounder.





Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union
Mount Union has produced some quality NFL receivers with Pierre Garcon and Cecil Shorts. Collins is the latest in line and showed some nice ability at the East-West Shrine. The 6-foot, 190-pounder is very fast and runs his routes with quickness. The East-West quarterbacks struggled to get Collins the ball, but he was regularly getting separation from defensive backs.

The success of Shorts and Garcon should help Collins. He may not make it into the mid-rounds, but Collins' receiving and special teams return ability could get him drafted.

Demontre Hurst, CB, Oklahoma
Hurst had a quality senior season and was part of a good cornerback tandem with Aaron Colvin. Even though Hurst didn't record an interception, he showed nice coverage ability with nine passes broken up and 59 tackles. He wasn't dominant, but he was consistently sound in coverage. The Sooners played Hurst in a lot of man coverage in 2012, so he is used to being on his own.

At the East-West Shrine, Hurst continued to show man coverage skills. He also did well in zone. He has plus flexibility to flip his hips and run with receivers. This performance should help him to be a mid-rounder.

T.J. Johnson, C, South Carolina
There weren't too many offensive linemen who had good weeks in St. Petersburg, but Johnson was one of the few who did. At 6-foot-4, 315-pounds, Johnson already has good size and doesn't need to develop his body at the NFL level. In the team scrimmage sessions, Johnson did well to open holes on the ground and protect the passer. Johnson held his own in the one-on-ones and had his share of wins. He also displayed a tenacious attitude. Johnson blocked through the whistle and was extremely physical. It led to some near fights, but NFL coaches love that demeanor in their offensive linemen.

This isn't a strong class of centers, so Johnson picked a good time to have a strong week of practice. Johnson should have the flexibility for any offense but may be best in a man power scheme. The good performance at the East-West Shrine should help Johnson to get drafted on the third day.

Honorable Mentions: Michigan defensive tackle William Campbell, Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore, Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde, Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne, South Carolina defensive end Devin Taylor, Virginia linebacker Steve Greer, USC defensive end Wes Horton, Virginia Tech wide receiver Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech wide receiver Corey Fuller and North Carolina wide receiver Erik Highsmith.






2012 NFL Draft Stock Down

Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State
The Heisman Trophy finalist proved that he is a great college player and nothing more. He had a horrible week of practice at the East-West Shrine. Klein illustrated for NFL scouts that he has terrible throwing mechanics and footwork. That leads to him having bad accuracy with awful ball placement. Klein also showed that his arm strength is lacking and outside of his running ability, he doesn't offer much. Scouts were heard laughing at some of Klein's throws.

Klein was a tremendous playmaker for the Wildcats in 2012, but he looks like a quarterback for Canada or the arena league. In interviews, Klein said he isn't interested in changing positions. Entering the East-West, Klein could have been a late-round developmental project but with his performance in St. Petersburg Klein looks more like an undrafted free agent.

Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame
It keeps getting worse for Te'o. The national championship was a disaster for Te'o. He had numerous missed tackles and seemed to really struggle with Alabama's speed. Te'o also took some bad angles and had plays where he was unable to wrap up power back Eddie Lacy. Notre Dame and Te'o had the ball bounce their way a lot in 2012, but the luck of the Irish ran out against the Crimson Tide.

Now the story has broken that Te'o was either duped or complicit in the story of his fake girlfriend who died of cancer within hours of the death of his Grandmother. Te'o hasn't done anything horrible like getting a DUI, testing positive on a drug test or fighting with a coach or teammate. However, this scandal could speak to character concerns and questions of Te'o's honesty, integrity and trustworthiness.

Te'o should remain a first-rounder, but all of this could push him into the back half of the first round.





Duke Williams, S, Nevada
Williams had a good collegiate career at Nevada and finished it with a quality senior year. Entering the East-West Shrine, Williams was one of the higher-rated players on either team. However in the practices, Williams did not stand out at all. He didn't make any splash plays against the run or pass. Williams also didn't illustrate the instincts to be an impact player.

The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder totaled 106 tackles with eight passes broken up, one interception and three passes broken up as a senior. He will need to perform well at the Combine and his pro day to help minimize the damage. Williams looked more like a fourth- or fifth-rounder rather than a second-day pick.

Redeyejedi
01-19-2013, 10:09 AM
Christine Michael has starting potential if U dont give him more than 15 carries a game. He is always getting banged up.


Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
Didnt watch my PSU games this year but Hodges has always impressed me with his play. Will have to do some more digging on him

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 12:23 PM
Christine Michael has starting potential if U dont give him more than 15 carries a game. He is always getting banged up.


Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
Didnt watch my PSU games this year but Hodges has always impressed me with his play. Will have to do some more digging on him Ya, i agree about Michael.. He'd be a nice comp back to Wilson though.. Hodges is the best player art the Shrine all together.. I woulden't be shocked if he went in the 2nd rd(late), to be honest.. More likely 3rd, but i woulden't be shocked if someone went late 2nd on em..


I'm looking forward to seeing some of those small school kids today.. Earl Watford, Keith Pough, Jasper Collins, David Bass, Catapano..

Carter.525
01-19-2013, 12:41 PM
A lil humor for all here....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gODZzSOelss

Giants should draft Hingle McCringleberry

Redeyejedi
01-19-2013, 12:46 PM
Ya, i agree about Michael.. He'd be a nice comp back to Wilson though.. Hodges is the best player art the Shrine all together.. I woulden't be shocked if he went in the 2nd rd(late), to be honest.. More likely 3rd, but i woulden't be shocked if someone went late 2nd on em..


I'm looking forward to seeing some of those small school kids today.. Earl Watford, Keith Pough, Jasper Collins, David Bass, Catapano..Somebody asked me for Keith Pugh on Twitter couldnt find anything for him. See if i can get the Rutgers game. I dont know how Kleins stock can be down never thought much of him as a QB anyway.

Redeyejedi
01-19-2013, 12:52 PM
I love this TJ Johnson C S.Carolina kid the more i learn about em.. Hes a big dude at 6ft 5in 319lbs and extremely strong and Physical.. This is the kinda Center u want.. He plays through the whistle and has tremendous leadership skills.. I would not be shocked to see Johnson end up as a longtime starting Center in teh NFL...

Anyhow, heres Waltsfootballs Stock up/ Stock down from Practice wk at shrine..


2013 NFL Draft Stock Up

Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
Michael had a phenomenal week of practice and probably helped himself more than any other prospect at the East-West Shrine. The 5-foot-11, 215-pounder showed off an impressive skill set. He ran with quickness, power, balance, vision and cutting ability. In every practice, Michael stood out.

As a senior in 2012, Michael totaled 417 yards on 88 carries (4.7 average) and 12 touchdowns. Injuries kept Michael from playing a full season in 2011 and 2010. In 2011 before going down with a knee injury, he outshined teammate Cyrus Gray. Michael led Texas A&M in rushing prior to the injury. He averaged six yards per carry with 899 yards and eight touchdowns. Michael was knocked out during the 2010 season too, breaking his tibia in the eighth game. He had 631 yards rushing with four touchdowns and a five yard per carry average. Michael had 844 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns as freshman, averaging 5.1 yards per carry.

Sources told WalterFootball.com that the Jets, Packers and Saints were showing a lot of interest in Michael. Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson was really watching Michael closely in practice. Tampa Bay and Chicago also displayed interest. After his strong week, Michael looks like he has vaulted his stock into the mid-rounds and it is possible he could sneak into the second day. Sources indicated that teams believe Michael has starting potential.

Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
The Penn State standout didn't receive the opportunity to play in a bowl game, but he made up for it with an impressive week of practice at the East-West Shrine. Hodges was a tough run defender who showed nice speed to the perimeter. He was physical in the tackle box with the power to take on blockers and hold his ground.

NFL teams love versatility, and Hodges showed that at the East-West practices. He played middle and outside linebacker in a 4-3 set. That could lead to some teams could play Hodges on the inside, but at the very least he should be able to handle middle responsibilities if an injury occurred.

As a senior, Hodges played really well with 109 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, seven passes broken up, one forced fumble and two interceptions in 2012. He still has room for improvement with shedding blocks, but with good development he could be a starter in the NFL.






Josh Evans, S, Florida
The Gators' safety was consistently good all week at the East-West Shrine. Evans was overshadowed by teammate Matt Elam last season, but he was a rock-solid safety in his own right. In the practices, Evans was clearly a good run defending safety. He has good tackling technique and worked his way into position to make tackles. Evans clearly has been groomed well in the running SEC to defend the ground game.

Evans also showed impressive coverage skills. He did a nice job of picking up receivers and tight ends. He ran with them downfield and had consistently tight coverage. The coaches gave Evans a lot of praise and a lot of teams were showing interest in him, the Bears especially.

As a senior, Evans had three interceptions with 83 tackles, three passes batted away and 2.5 sacks. With his strong week of practice Evans could be an early-round pick on the third day of the NFL Draft.

Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida
It isn't common for kickers to rise up boards in the postseason, but Sturgis could be accomplishing that. Sturgis was phenomenal in the practices at Mobile. He displayed good accuracy with a booming leg. With ease Sturgis was drilling field goals from 54 and 56 yards. It looked like he had the power to make kicks from around 60 yards.

As a senior, Sturgis was 24-of-28 on his field goals with plenty of clutch kicks. The Gators' offense was inconsistent, but Sturgis helped them produce points when drives stalled. It wouldn't be surprising if Sturgis got consideration on the third day of the draft as a fourth or fifth-rounder.





Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union
Mount Union has produced some quality NFL receivers with Pierre Garcon and Cecil Shorts. Collins is the latest in line and showed some nice ability at the East-West Shrine. The 6-foot, 190-pounder is very fast and runs his routes with quickness. The East-West quarterbacks struggled to get Collins the ball, but he was regularly getting separation from defensive backs.

The success of Shorts and Garcon should help Collins. He may not make it into the mid-rounds, but Collins' receiving and special teams return ability could get him drafted.

Demontre Hurst, CB, Oklahoma
Hurst had a quality senior season and was part of a good cornerback tandem with Aaron Colvin. Even though Hurst didn't record an interception, he showed nice coverage ability with nine passes broken up and 59 tackles. He wasn't dominant, but he was consistently sound in coverage. The Sooners played Hurst in a lot of man coverage in 2012, so he is used to being on his own.

At the East-West Shrine, Hurst continued to show man coverage skills. He also did well in zone. He has plus flexibility to flip his hips and run with receivers. This performance should help him to be a mid-rounder.

T.J. Johnson, C, South Carolina
There weren't too many offensive linemen who had good weeks in St. Petersburg, but Johnson was one of the few who did. At 6-foot-4, 315-pounds, Johnson already has good size and doesn't need to develop his body at the NFL level. In the team scrimmage sessions, Johnson did well to open holes on the ground and protect the passer. Johnson held his own in the one-on-ones and had his share of wins. He also displayed a tenacious attitude. Johnson blocked through the whistle and was extremely physical. It led to some near fights, but NFL coaches love that demeanor in their offensive linemen.

This isn't a strong class of centers, so Johnson picked a good time to have a strong week of practice. Johnson should have the flexibility for any offense but may be best in a man power scheme. The good performance at the East-West Shrine should help Johnson to get drafted on the third day.

Honorable Mentions: Michigan defensive tackle William Campbell, Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore, Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde, Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne, South Carolina defensive end Devin Taylor, Virginia linebacker Steve Greer, USC defensive end Wes Horton, Virginia Tech wide receiver Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech wide receiver Corey Fuller and North Carolina wide receiver Erik Highsmith.






2012 NFL Draft Stock Down

Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State
The Heisman Trophy finalist proved that he is a great college player and nothing more. He had a horrible week of practice at the East-West Shrine. Klein illustrated for NFL scouts that he has terrible throwing mechanics and footwork. That leads to him having bad accuracy with awful ball placement. Klein also showed that his arm strength is lacking and outside of his running ability, he doesn't offer much. Scouts were heard laughing at some of Klein's throws.

Klein was a tremendous playmaker for the Wildcats in 2012, but he looks like a quarterback for Canada or the arena league. In interviews, Klein said he isn't interested in changing positions. Entering the East-West, Klein could have been a late-round developmental project but with his performance in St. Petersburg Klein looks more like an undrafted free agent.

Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame
It keeps getting worse for Te'o. The national championship was a disaster for Te'o. He had numerous missed tackles and seemed to really struggle with Alabama's speed. Te'o also took some bad angles and had plays where he was unable to wrap up power back Eddie Lacy. Notre Dame and Te'o had the ball bounce their way a lot in 2012, but the luck of the Irish ran out against the Crimson Tide.

Now the story has broken that Te'o was either duped or complicit in the story of his fake girlfriend who died of cancer within hours of the death of his Grandmother. Te'o hasn't done anything horrible like getting a DUI, testing positive on a drug test or fighting with a coach or teammate. However, this scandal could speak to character concerns and questions of Te'o's honesty, integrity and trustworthiness.

Te'o should remain a first-rounder, but all of this could push him into the back half of the first round.





Duke Williams, S, Nevada
Williams had a good collegiate career at Nevada and finished it with a quality senior year. Entering the East-West Shrine, Williams was one of the higher-rated players on either team. However in the practices, Williams did not stand out at all. He didn't make any splash plays against the run or pass. Williams also didn't illustrate the instincts to be an impact player.

The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder totaled 106 tackles with eight passes broken up, one interception and three passes broken up as a senior. He will need to perform well at the Combine and his pro day to help minimize the damage. Williams looked more like a fourth- or fifth-rounder rather than a second-day pick. William Cambell I thought played pretty well against Alabama . I watched him a couple times after that and he was pretty meh

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 01:34 PM
William Cambell I thought played pretty well against Alabama . I watched him a couple times after that and he was pretty meh Good sized kid, thats for sure.. Raised his stock this past wk some.. Not a bad back end of the draft pick.

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:09 PM
Terry Hawthrone with a Fumble Recovery and Ray Graham with a fumble on 1st play of game...

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:14 PM
Amos Anthony with a nice TD on end reverse... Hes gotten some attention this yr.. Tanner Hawkinson with the nice block to lead the way..

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:21 PM
Didn't even know Devonte Holloman OLB/S S.Carolina was playing in this game! Hes one of my favorite sleepers in the entire draft, adn i think is worthy of a midish rd pick.. He just made a sweet Tackle for Loss stuffing Graham on 3rd down... Versatile , goodsized, thumper who can cover as well.. This kid could be a weapon for some one on defense..


Also, i was saying TJ JOHNSON could offer some versatility probably becuase of his size at 6ft 5in 319lbs, and they got em starting at Guard.. Another versatile player, who plays mean, just like Devonte Holloman.. I like both of those S.Carolina players!

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:22 PM
Nice play by Izaan Cross DT Ga TEch.. Batted ball, got good push...

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:24 PM
Chad Bumphis is a good player.. Hes doing well with 2catches and running good routes on both..

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:45 PM
Mayock and Charles Davis both said Kerwynn Williams was best in a pass blocking drill.. THey said hes got flawless technique in that aspect.. I'm telling you,t he kid runs tough, is shifty, fast, deadly in open field, can catch, can return punts..etc Hes a NFL player!

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 05:46 PM
Mayock and Charles Davis both said Kerwynn Williams was best in a pass blocking drill.. THey said hes got flawless technique in that aspect.. I'm telling you,t he kid runs tough, is shifty, fast, deadly in open field, can catch, can return punts..etc Hes a NFL player! SPeaking of Kerwynn Williams, he just made a sweet run, and broke a tackle, showed his wiggle and open space run ability... Kid looks good!

nycsportzfan
01-19-2013, 07:10 PM
Devin Taylor has just made doe today.. One of the best Shrine game performances i've seen.. Hes looked fast, strong, nimble, long, lean, can add weight, athletic..etc U name it, and hes looked it today. Stout against run and pass!

Devin Taylor may of just jumped guys like Datone Jones or Mallichiah Goodman with his performance today.. Huge performance!