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  • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJOyrM-VRrM




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    New Vid I made Martez Wilson vs Missouri

    [/quote]

    Good vid...I'm just hoping the Redskins take Gabbert...I'm all for bring him to NFC East...He's not accurate and I think he's over rated...I think people are just in love with his size and arm strength...Much rather have him in the division than a Cam Newton..
    "You killed my family, and I don't like that kind of thing."

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      [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] This is from Sideline Scouting, and its on my guy, Bilal Powell, who most know, i've been touting for some time now, as a sleeper, who became, a non sleeper, after a good Sr.Bowl, but anyways, look at these positives, and there right on, because this is exactly what i seen from him all season long.. I'm telling ya, Louisville's got some prospects this yr, that i'm really excited about, from Bilal, to Johnny Patrick to Cameron Graham..All 3of em, get me excited, but i love Bilal... Bilal to me, is the most underrated RB in this draft, hands down..



      Bilal Powell






      Bilal Powell - Louisville (HT: 5-10? - WT: 204)

      Combine 40: N/A - Pro Day 40: N/A - Position Rank: 10 of 35










      Positives: Excellent blend of size, speed, and overall athletic
      ability... Good strength, can push defenders backwards... Home run
      hitter, breaks long runs with his combination of speed and open field
      moves... Tremendous short area burst makes him difficult to contain...
      Has great balance, very difficult to knock down, bounces off tacklers...
      Runs hard, a very aggressive runner... Came out of nowhere to win the
      starting job as a senior and set the Louisville single season rushing
      record with 1405 yards on only 229 carries, a startling 6.1 yards per
      carry... High ceiling due to his outstanding physical gifts... Had a
      very good week at the Senior Bowl.

      [/quote]what were his negatives because like ive said , my only knock from what ive seen is his vision and they didnt mention it in his positives.powell is underrated but i think taiwan jones is the the most underrated imo.
      [/quote]

      here ya go like i said...sub-par vision

      Cuts are a little too upright and slow at the line of scrimmage... Not
      very creative in the lane... Has an upright running style, absorbs a lot
      of big hits and leaves the football exposed far too often... Lacks
      vision, consistently outruns his blockers and misses cutback lanes
      ...
      Dealt with a lingering knee injury in 2010... Only has one year of solid
      production
      , will have to prove that this year wasn't an aberration...
      Likely to settle in as a change of pace back at the next level with his
      upright running style, won't be able to carry the load... Just an
      average receiver out of the backfield... Is left handed and heavily
      favors carrying the ball in his left arm, likes to run to the left side
      of the field and doesn't always change hands when he goes to the right
      side of the field, leaving the ball exposed for defenders.

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      • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

        [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


        I know everyone is in 2011 draft mode but im scribeing plays to make highlight videos of some 2012 players and thos kid Devonte Holloman S from SCcan really play. Mark Barron however looks horrible. I scribed 1 quarter so far and he has had a number of miscues. Devin Taylor the SCsoon to be Junior DE/SOLB 6-7 249 looks like he could be in for a monster year next season after 8 sacks in 2010. He looks comfortable standing up and in coverage should be looked at as a 3-4 OLB as well.




        [/quote] I was watching a virginia game this past yr, and trying to do some homework on Ras I Dowling, and this kid CHASE MINNIFIELD caught my eye... I would love to see some more video on this ballhawk... Kids got solid listed size and looks pretty big enough in person.. One things for sure, hes the guy that killed it when i was looking at RAS, and i am expecting him to be in RD 1 consideration next yr.. Check him out if u could, redeye....
        [/quote]Here is the Chase Minnifield Vid from the USC game I was breaking down for Tyron Smith




        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bhh0GVu08Xs

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        • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

          [quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="thegreatone"][quote user="nycsportzfan"] This is from Sideline Scouting, and its on my guy, Bilal Powell, who most know, i've been touting for some time now, as a sleeper, who became, a non sleeper, after a good Sr.Bowl, but anyways, look at these positives, and there right on, because this is exactly what i seen from him all season long.. I'm telling ya, Louisville's got some prospects this yr, that i'm really excited about, from Bilal, to Johnny Patrick to Cameron Graham..All 3of em, get me excited, but i love Bilal... Bilal to me, is the most underrated RB in this draft, hands down..




          Bilal Powell
          Bilal Powell - Louisville (HT: 5-10? - WT: 204)
          Combine 40: N/A - Pro Day 40: N/A - Position Rank: 10 of 35











          Positives: Excellent blend of size, speed, and overall athletic ability... Good strength, can push defenders backwards... Home run hitter, breaks long runs with his combination of speed and open field moves... Tremendous short area burst makes him difficult to contain... Has great balance, very difficult to knock down, bounces off tacklers... Runs hard, a very aggressive runner... Came out of nowhere to win the starting job as a senior and set the Louisville single season rushing record with 1405 yards on only 229 carries, a startling 6.1 yards per carry... High ceiling due to his outstanding physical gifts... Had a very good week at the Senior Bowl.
          [/quote]what were his negatives because like ive said , my only knock from what ive seen is his vision and they didnt mention it in his positives.powell is underrated but i think taiwan jones is the the most underrated imo.
          [/quote]

          here ya go like i said...sub-par vision

          Cuts are a little too upright and slow at the line of scrimmage... Not very creative in the lane... Has an upright running style, absorbs a lot of big hits and leaves the football exposed far too often... Lacks vision, consistently outruns his blockers and misses cutback lanes... Dealt with a lingering knee injury in 2010... Only has one year of solid production, will have to prove that this year wasn't an aberration... Likely to settle in as a change of pace back at the next level with his upright running style, won't be able to carry the load... Just an average receiver out of the backfield... Is left handed and heavily favors carrying the ball in his left arm, likes to run to the left side of the field and doesn't always change hands when he goes to the right side of the field, leaving the ball exposed for defenders.
          [/quote]




          yeap, billal powell reminds me a little bit of lesean mccoy too. an extremely talented runner but he has questionable vision and is always looking to bounce it outside for the big play and outruns his blockers too.

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            Someone requested UCF corner Josh Robinson vs Aj Greenin the Liberty Bowlso here it is.I cant remember what thread the request was on and who made it but i hope they see it here




            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiO997bxcZY

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              This is the game that soured me on Brandon Burton




              Brandon Burton vs Boise State







              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8HHyOuT4NM

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              • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                [quote user="Redeyejedi"]


                Someone requested UCF corner Josh Robinson vs Aj Greenin the Liberty Bowlso here it is.I cant remember what thread the request was on and who made it but i hope they see it here




                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiO997bxcZY




                [/quote]




                Thanks, appreciate it.

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                • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                  [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]anyone know anything about Cortez Allen CB Citadel? I was just wondering, because going into this yr, it seemed he was the Num 1 Small School Defensive Player, that i was hereing about... I believe, i seen him in the 2nd rd area, and now, it seems i can't find and haven't heard all that much about em... I thought he was this yrs Akwasi-owusuh-ansah..... I know, hes got the size, and solid speed, but i don't know much else... I see hes in the like 6-7 rd area now, on most draft sites.. Anyone know anything about em?
                  [/quote] Found this article about em.. Season kinda wasen't anything that jumped out at you this past yr, hence, probably the lack of buzz... But, he will be at the Scouting Combine, and i'll be very interested in seeing how he does...


















                  Allen Earns Invite to 2011 NFL Combine





















                  Courtesy: CitadelSports.com




                  Release: 01/27/2011



































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                  Courtesy: The Citadel

                  www.citadelsports.com


                  Cortez Allen is the second Bulldog in consecutive years to be invited to the NFL Scouting Combine.

































                  Charleston, S.C. - Bulldog standout defensive back Cortez Allen impressed scouts at last week's 86th
                  Annual East-West Shrine GameŽ enough to earn an invite to the 2011 NFL
                  Scouting Combine. Announced this week, Allen will be one of over 300 of
                  the country's best athletes at the National Invitational Camp to be held
                  Feb. 23 through March 1, 2011 in Indianapolis, Ind.




                  Top executives, coaching staffs, player personnel departments and
                  medical personnel from all 32 NFL teams will be at the combine to
                  evaluate the nation's top college football players eligible for the
                  upcoming NFL Draft. This intense, four-day job interview is an exciting
                  time for the athletes and a vital step in achieving their dreams of
                  playing in the NFL.




                  Allen, the only representative from the Southern Conference in last
                  weekend's bowl, was a 2010 second team All-Conference selection. He tied
                  for the most pass breakups of any Bulldog in 2010 with five, while also
                  adding 22 total tackles and two interceptions for 18 yards. In 2009,
                  Allen recorded two interceptions for 112 yards against Samford, marking
                  the second-highest single-game number of interception return yards in
                  SoCon history. The redshirt senior concluded his collegiate career with
                  120 total tackles, 20 pass deflections and two fumble recoveries.




                  Arizona Cardinals' wide receiver Andre Roberts
                  was the most recent Bulldog football player invited to the combine.
                  Roberts, who participated in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, was selected
                  as the 88th pick in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft.




                  For more information on Bulldog Football, visit the official website of The Citadel Athletics at www.CitadelSports.com or follow the Bulldogs on Twitter at www.twitter.com/citadelsports.




                  [/quote] well, i guess we got to see alittle bit why this kids name was a HOT small school prospect before the season began... He had a very good combine, and certainly is back on teams radars if he ever was off em...

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                  • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft



                    This Vid is private but I already had the game transcribed. I will probably be called a loser again for posting it but I hope U guys enjoy it




                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AcHZgtyOeE







                    Drake Nevis vs Alabama

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                    • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                      [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                      This Vid is private but I already had the game transcribed. I will probably be called a loser again for posting it but I hope U guys enjoy it




                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AcHZgtyOeE







                      Drake Nevis vs Alabama

                      [/quote] sensational tape of nevis... I freaking love this kid.. I'd love to somehow come away with him and another player in RD 2... I was reading that Nevis would be a sure fire 1st rder if there wasen't so many teams picking 3/4 toward the end of rd 1, and nevis most likely, strickly going to a 4/3 team... There was one point, we were talking about nevis like we were about fairley.. Nevis is relentless.. I really think someones getting a 1st rd talent in rd 2 with him, unless he actually sneaks into the back end of RD 1, which is possible.. He ate up Bama interior..

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                        man, Skip Bayless and Chris Broussard really downed the Combine today on First and ten, saying it matters very little to not at all.. Bayless says the combine almost hurts the scouts and GM's more then helps em.. He said, just look at the tapes... Either u can play or u can't... He brought up, the running in shorts in a straight line as one part of the sillyness, becasue u simply don't do anyhting like that in football, and if guys can run fast there, but don't make plays, so what?

                        I dissagree, that its not important at all, but i actually did think this to a degree all ready, that sometimes the combine does hurt scouts and GM's some, becasue they get away from the most important thing, which is how these guys played on the field..

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                          [quote user="nycsportzfan"]man, Skip Bayless and Chris Broussard really downed the Combine today on First and ten, saying it matters very little to not at all.. Bayless says the combine almost hurts the scouts and GM's more then helps em.. He said, just look at the tapes... Either u can play or u can't... He brought up, the running in shorts in a straight line as one part of the sillyness, becasue u simply don't do anyhting like that in football, and if guys can run fast there, but don't make plays, so what?

                          I dissagree, that its not important at all, but i actually did think this to a degree all ready, that sometimes the combine does hurt scouts and GM's some, becasue they get away from the most important thing, which is how these guys played on the field..
                          [/quote]
                          Tape > all.

                          But the combine does matter. I am willing to bet anything that the combine helps coaches/teams/gms more than it hurts. At least for the good organizations. Sure, it may hurt Al Davis and even the cowboys.

                          But it has helped a lot of teams and people always forget the good examples of teams and players that were helped by the combine. Most recently, I could refer to Chris Johnson who was not a 1st round selection before his combine made everyone go back to the tape.

                          I get annoyed with Skip Bayless. He trashes everything and everyone till the subject is someone right in front of his face, then he is super nice.

                          I would argue that the NFL organizations have control over who gets invited to the combine each year, and the list has been steadily growing despite the number of draft rounds shrinking over the years. I would argue that might indicate the GMs/coaches and teams think its very important.
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                          • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                            [quote user="nycsportzfan"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


                            This Vid is private but I already had the game transcribed. I will probably be called a loser again for posting it but I hope U guys enjoy it




                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AcHZgtyOeE







                            Drake Nevis vs Alabama




                            [/quote] sensational tape of nevis... I freaking love this kid.. I'd love to somehow come away with him and another player in RD 2... I was reading that Nevis would be a sure fire 1st rder if there wasen't so many teams picking 3/4 toward the end of rd 1, and nevis most likely, strickly going to a 4/3 team... There was one point, we were talking about nevis like we were about fairley.. Nevis is relentless.. I really think someones getting a 1st rd talent in rd 2 with him, unless he actually sneaks into the back end of RD 1, which is possible.. He ate up Bama interior..
                            [/quote]




                            Yeah I cant make SEC videos public on youtube but he was so good in this game I wanted to put it up. Im going to throw one up of Jones vs Peterson as well.




                            Im watching the Nebraska- Oklahoma game right and a couple things ive noticed. The other Lewis on the team #56 Ronnell Lewis is pretty dam good.They line him up all over and he is very impressive and looks like a solid SOLB prospect. Pierre Allen is adecent late round option for 4-3 teams as a Strongside end. He isnt very flashy but performs his assignments well.He is a very good run defender and forces a lot of plays to the inside. Very good contain defender that certainly helped build the tackle numbers of Suh and Crick by forcing plays back inside. He could carve himself out a role as a niche player in the NFL.

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                              [quote user="nycsportzfan"]man, Skip Bayless and Chris Broussard really downed the Combine today on First and ten, saying it matters very little to not at all.. Bayless says the combine almost hurts the scouts and GM's more then helps em.. He said, just look at the tapes... Either u can play or u can't... He brought up, the running in shorts in a straight line as one part of the sillyness, becasue u simply don't do anyhting like that in football, and if guys can run fast there, but don't make plays, so what?

                              I dissagree, that its not important at all, but i actually did think this to a degree all ready, that sometimes the combine does hurt scouts and GM's some, becasue they get away from the most important thing, which is how these guys played on the field..
                              [/quote] I think U can get a good feel of the DB's at the combine. Its my favorite day to watch. Corners dont really wear to much padding as it is. i like watching the Cornerbacks foot work. I think the combine translates the corners skill setpretty well.

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                              • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                                [quote user="nycsportzfan"]man, Skip Bayless and Chris Broussard really downed the Combine today on First and ten, saying it matters very little to not at all.. Bayless says the combine almost hurts the scouts and GM's more then helps em.. He said, just look at the tapes... Either u can play or u can't... He brought up, the running in shorts in a straight line as one part of the sillyness, becasue u simply don't do anyhting like that in football, and if guys can run fast there, but don't make plays, so what?

                                I dissagree, that its not important at all, but i actually did think this to a degree all ready, that sometimes the combine does hurt scouts and GM's some, becasue they get away from the most important thing, which is how these guys played on the field..
                                [/quote]Your first mistake was listening to Skip Bayless. The guy is an absolute moron.

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