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  • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

    [quote user="lawl"][quote user="heavyhitter"]

    Auburn Pro Day Results

    Player Ht. Wt. 40 Yd Vertical Long jump 60 Yd. shuttle 225 bench
    Chandler Brooks, PK 5-11 3/8 178 — — — — —
    Wes Byrum, PK 6-1 3/8 220 — — — — —
    Eltoro Freeman, LB 5-10 1/2 236 4.70/4.82 36.5" 9'6"/9'11 1/2" 11.74 28
    Josh Harris, DS 6-0 7/8 249 4.95/4.85 30"/31" 9'7"/9'11 1/2" 11.74 16
    Wes Holland, RB 5-10 211 4.71/4.83 29.5" 9'4"/9'8" 12.29 19
    Brandon Mosley, OL 6-5 1/2 311 — — — — —
    Eric Smith, FB 5-9 1/2 246 4.96/4.99 26" 8'9"/8'10" 12.22 13
    Neiko Thorpe, DB 6-0 1/4 198 4.42/4.40 37"/38" 11'5"/11'4" 11.87* 4
    Barrett Trotter, QB 6-0 7/8 215 4.95/4.82 32.5"/34" 9'8"/9'7 1/2" — —
    Jay Wisner, WR 5-11 1/4 192 4.68/4.68 34.5"/36" 9'11"/10'3" 11.46 11
    * Slipped during the shuttle.
    [/quote]
    Neiko thorpe has the measurements of a giants corner.

    He any good?[/quote]He would have to play safety i think. Poor reaction and instincts gets beat deep a lot. Physically has a nice size speed combo though.

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    • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft



      Walts partner, Charlie Campbell's 4rd mock came out today.. Not a bad mock for the Giants, all though i'm not as high as some with David Wilson... I like Broyles in RD 4, and i'm liking this Jeff Allen more and more, and he reminds me of a GIANT draft pick, and i could see us show some interest..




      1. David Wilson RB Va Tech




      2. Jeff Allen OT Illinois




      3. Audie Cole LB Nc State




      4. Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma

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      • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

        Lamar Miller please....I also like Mike Adams and Riley Reiff !!

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        • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

          [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="lawl"][quote user="heavyhitter"]

          Auburn Pro Day Results

          Player Ht. Wt. 40 Yd Vertical Long jump 60 Yd. shuttle 225 bench
          Chandler Brooks, PK 5-11 3/8 178 — — — — —
          Wes Byrum, PK 6-1 3/8 220 — — — — —
          Eltoro Freeman, LB 5-10 1/2 236 4.70/4.82 36.5" 9'6"/9'11 1/2" 11.74 28
          Josh Harris, DS 6-0 7/8 249 4.95/4.85 30"/31" 9'7"/9'11 1/2" 11.74 16
          Wes Holland, RB 5-10 211 4.71/4.83 29.5" 9'4"/9'8" 12.29 19
          Brandon Mosley, OL 6-5 1/2 311 — — — — —
          Eric Smith, FB 5-9 1/2 246 4.96/4.99 26" 8'9"/8'10" 12.22 13
          Neiko Thorpe, DB 6-0 1/4 198 4.42/4.40 37"/38" 11'5"/11'4" 11.87* 4
          Barrett Trotter, QB 6-0 7/8 215 4.95/4.82 32.5"/34" 9'8"/9'7 1/2" — —
          Jay Wisner, WR 5-11 1/4 192 4.68/4.68 34.5"/36" 9'11"/10'3" 11.46 11
          * Slipped during the shuttle.
          [/quote]
          Neiko thorpe has the measurements of a giants corner.

          He any good?[/quote]He would have to play safety i think. Poor reaction and instincts gets beat deep a lot. Physically has a nice size speed combo though.[/quote]Any tape on Neiko Thorpe? He had 14 tackles vs LSU and 16 tackles vs Clemson.

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          • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

            I selected Cordarro Law in the 7th round a versatile 4-3 player that lines up at DE/OLB and DT. 22 TFL this season

            [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCqaK-HQMyI[/link]

            Final Mock is

            1. Coby Fleener TE Stanford

            2. Trumaine Johnson CB/FS Montana

            3. Bobbie Massie OT Ole Miss

            4. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C

            5. Nigel Bradham OLB Florida St

            6. Vick Ballard RB Miss St

            7. Cordarro Law DE/OLB/DT Southern Miss

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              Cornerback Janoris Jenkins
              Height:

              5’10?
              Weight:

              193 lbs.
              Arm Length:

              32 in.
              Hand Size:

              8 1/4 in.




              40-Yard Dash: 4.46 seconds (Video)
              Broad Jump:

              121.0 inches
              Vertical Jump:

              33.5 inches
              Bench Press:

              DNP




              Overview: A prototypical cornerback at the next level with
              immense ability and athleticism, Jenkins may very well have been a
              first-round pick in 2011 if a shoulder injury did not play a part in him
              returning to school. After being dismissed from Florida for multiple
              arrests for possession of marijuana, Jenkins found himself at North
              Alabama where he had a solid year against a lower level of competition.
              Character concerns and integrity issues will be the main problems
              Jenkins has to overcome but all the positives he brings to the table
              could wind up outweighing those deterrents in the long run. In addition
              to being a solid cover corner, Jenkins has also shown an aptitude for
              returning kickoffs and punts, which may given him additional value in
              some teams’ eyes. His speed and quickness, fluid hips, coverage skills
              and strength at the line of scrimmage allow him to cover in both
              man-to-man and zone defensive schemes.




              Strengths:

              Coverage, athleticism, speed/quickness, fluidity, hips
              Weaknesses:

              Character concerns, off-field issues, size

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                Defensive tackle Jaye Howard
                Height:

                6’3?
                Weight:

                301 lbs.
                Arm Length:

                33 in.
                Hand Size:

                9 7/8 in.




                40-Yard Dash: 4.82 seconds (No. 12 time of any DL)
                Broad Jump:

                106.0 inches
                Vertical Jump:

                27.5 inches
                Bench Press:

                24 reps (of 225 lbs.)




                Overview: With plenty of size, strength and off-the-ball
                quickness, Howard can impact the game at defensive tackle and proved
                during his senior season that he can perform well while on the field for
                the majority of downs. He did his best to erase concerns raised during
                his junior season in which he disappeared at times in games, showing
                that he is a durable and affecting player who can make a difference when
                he’s on the field. Howard became a trustworthy veteran for a team in
                need of leadership, but his perceived inconsistency will be something
                teams focus on throughout the evaluation process.




                Strengths:

                Size, strength, durability, tackling
                Weaknesses:

                Inconsistency, effort, blocking

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                  Running back Chris Rainey
                  Height:

                  5’8?
                  Weight:

                  180 lbs.
                  Arm Length:

                  30 3/4 in.
                  Hand Size:

                  9 1/2 in.




                  40-Yard Dash: 4.45 seconds (No. 2 time)
                  20-Yard Shuttle:

                  3.93 seconds (No. 1 time)
                  60-Yard Shuttle:

                  11.06 seconds (No. 1 time)
                  3-Cone Drill:

                  6.50 seconds (No. 1 time)
                  Broad Jump:

                  120.0 inches
                  Vertical Jump:

                  36.5 inches
                  Bench Press:

                  16 reps (of 225 lbs.)




                  UPDATE: Rainey’s times in the shuttles and
                  three-cone drill are the fastest of any player who has participated in
                  this year’s combine through Monday.




                  Overview: With speed and quickness rivaling or topping every
                  other running back in the 2012 draft class, Rainey is agile and electric
                  on the field, making him an intriguing prospect as a rusher, wide
                  receiver or kickoff and punt returner. He is powerful for a player his
                  size with track-like speed and top-notch elusiveness. However, he is not
                  a polished blocker and is much more effective outside the tackles where
                  he can make plays in space as opposed to between the tackles where he
                  is forced to draw contact.
                  Strengths:

                  Speed, quickness, agility, experience
                  Weaknesses:

                  Size, blocking, next-level durability

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                  • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]I selected Cordarro Law in the 7th round a versatile 4-3 player that lines up at DE/OLB and DT. 22 TFL this season [link]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCqaK-HQMyI[/link] Final Mock is 1. Coby Fleener TE Stanford 2. Trumaine Johnson CB/FS Montana 3. Bobbie Massie OT Ole Miss 4. Dajohn Harris DT U.S.C 5. Nigel Bradham OLB Florida St 6. Vick Ballard RB Miss St 7. Cordarro Law DE/OLB/DT Southern Miss[/quote] Nice mock.. Nice indeed.. Law is a good upside player, who has some intrigue...

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                    • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                      Marc Ross was at Clemson's Proday today... Good stuff, seeing how Andre Branch and Dwayne Allen are guys i like, but Brandon Thompson is a guy i really don't like...

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                      • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                        If the giants send scouts to pro days, its extremely important

                        they sent 9 to marvin austin's (a report the media completely missed until after the draft)

                        really disappointed dwayne allen didnt run the 40

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                          [quote user="nycsportzfan"]Marc Ross was at Clemson's Proday today... Good stuff, seeing how Andre Branch and Dwayne Allen are guys i like, but Brandon Thompson is a guy i really don't like...[/quote]Didn't you have a nickname for Thompson?

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                          • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                            [quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]Marc Ross was at Clemson's Proday today... Good stuff, seeing how Andre Branch and Dwayne Allen are guys i like, but Brandon Thompson is a guy i really don't like...[/quote]Didn't you have a nickname for Thompson?
                            [/quote] Thee Invisible Man..lol Dude is useless...lol I'd much rather Jerel Worthy, outta the 2 kinda underachievers in my opinion, as i feel Worthy has more to offer if u can coach him up and really get him to understand what he can be if he brings it every play...

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                              [quote user="Neverend"]If the giants send scouts to pro days, its extremely important they sent 9 to marvin austin's (a report the media completely missed until after the draft) really disappointed dwayne allen didnt run the 40[/quote] I totally agree.. Sure, sometimes it dosen't matter, as the Giants scouts or FO personal are not gonna see what they want from the guys there checking out, but more often then not, with the GIANTS, its a indicator there truly interested in a player or players that are at the paticular proday... I'm hoping its Dwayne Allen or Andre Branch that there interested in.. Clemson also has some later rd Olineman that Ross could of got a look at...

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                              • Re: A look at the 2012 NFL draft

                                [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Neverend"]If the giants send scouts to pro days, its extremely important they sent 9 to marvin austin's (a report the media completely missed until after the draft) really disappointed dwayne allen didnt run the 40[/quote]* I totally agree.. Sure, sometimes it dosen't matter, as the Giants scouts or FO personal are not gonna see what they want from the guys there checking out, but more often then not, with the GIANTS, its a indicator there truly interested in a player or players that are at the paticular proday...* I'm hoping its Dwayne Allen or Andre Branch that there interested in..* Clemson also has some later rd Olineman that Ross could of got a look at...[/quote]I think they would would be interested in Branch. He is the closest thing to a pure edge rusher this draft has. Still think Fleener would be the TE if they were going to take 1 but Allen is more ready to contribute as a blocker immediately.

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