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    Heres Rob Rangs latest Risers/Fallers list, and notice no Akeem Ayers on it, and for the exact reason i thougth he wasen't on all the lists for fallers after combine, because he was very good in the Drills...

    Man, Jordan Todman looks like a Good one, as well.... Actually, its a solid crop of RB's this yr, from Ingram and Leshoure, to Vereen and Powell, and eveything in between.. i'm surpised he didn't have Roy Helu on his riser list..

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    The 2011 Scouting Combine concluded March 1, as 330 prospects were
    poked, prodded, measured and most of them timed by NFL teams in a
    weeklong job interview.



    The vast majority of players in Indianapolis turned out to be, with all
    apologies to former NFL coach Dennis Green, "who we thought they would
    be."




    Many top 10 prospects, including CB Prince Amukamara (Nebraska), DT
    Marcell Dareus (Alabama), DT Nick Fairley (Auburn), OLB Von Miller
    (Texas A&M), CB Patrick Peterson (LSU) all proved themselves elite
    athletes through their timed runs and work in position drills, while
    marginal prospects looked, well, marginal.




    Some people will add some of the above players to lists of players who
    helped themselves in Indy, and others will put North Carolina DE/OLB
    Robert Quinn and Georgia WR A.J. Green to their list of prospects
    hurting themselves with their performances. But scouts will review game
    film on those players and it's doubtful their place on draft boards will
    change.




    A few players did manage to help or hurt their draft stock during the
    Combine. As has been the case, similarly-valued players at a position
    can switch places based on the athleticism they showed in Indy.




    The following 20 players either pushed ahead of other prospects with
    like production, or fell behind other players on draft boards by losing
    athletic tiebreakers.


    Risers and Fallers - Chad Reuter -- (Updated 3/1/2011)
    Risers
    RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
    1.Marvin AustinDTNorth CarolinaThe
    former Tar Heel is trying to overcome concerns about his 2010
    suspension, which was set down by Butch Davis before the NCAA made the
    call, and his inconsistent production as a junior. His play at the
    East-West Shrine Game, as well as his 4.9 40, 38 reps of 225 pounds and
    hustle in drills Feb. 28 at the Combine could allow him to sneak into
    the top 40 to a team willing to take a chance on his talent.
    2.Jordan CameronTESouthern CaliforniaCameron
    can thank New Orleans' Jimmy Graham for getting the strongest push with
    his workout despite the strong performances of fellow tight ends Virgil
    Green (Nevada) and Rob Housler (Florida Atlantic). All three ran in the
    high 4.5s or low 4.6s and lifted well for their 6-4, 250-pound frames.
    But scouts will remember the success former Miami (Fla.) basketball and
    football star Graham had with the Saints and see Cameron's two-sport
    ability with the Trojans.
    3.Julio JonesWRAlabamaThe
    fact Jones was among the most athletic players on the Combine field did
    not surprise anyone. But his sub-4.4 40s, Combine-leading
    11-foot-3-inch broad jump, and excellent 38 1/2-inch vertical were made
    more impressive considering he performed well despite a fractured foot.
    Teams might continue to have Green as the No. 1 receiver on their board
    when they study the film, but Jones certainly closed any gap -- and
    might have changed some minds.
    4.Rahim MooreFSUCLAIn
    a weak safety class, teams were very interested in seeing Moore's
    athleticism. His mid-4.5 40 time, as well as the range and ball skills
    he showed in drills, might overcome any questions scouts have about his
    physicality to push him into the top 40 picks.
    5.Christian PonderQBFlorida StateThe
    medical exam results from Indianapolis -- and likely follow-ups there
    in the months ahead -- will be crucial to Ponder's stock. However, he
    was the most accurate and polished passer in throwing sessions Saturday,
    and showed good athleticism when running. Measuring 6-2 with 10
    1/4-inch hands also helped his cause.
    6.Buster SkrineCBChattanoogaSkrine
    (pronounced "screen") joined fellow SoCon corner Cortez Allen (4.4 40s
    at 6-1, 197) in impressing scouts by running in the 4.3s and adding
    extremely quick feet in drills to some good tape. Allen (East-West
    Shrine) and Skrine (NFLPA Game) looked solid at all-star games last
    month.
    7.Tyron SmithOTSouthern CaliforniaEven
    though Smith did not run because of postseason surgery on a meniscus,
    the fact he weighed in at 307 pounds, measured 36 1/4-inch arms and
    bench-pressed 225 pounds 29 times gave him a bounce heading into his pro
    day on March 30. Honorable mention here goes to Boston College tackle
    Anthony Castonzo, who displayed excellent movement and put up 28 reps to
    address questions about his strength.
    8.Jordan TodmanRBConnecticutTodman's 4.4 40 at 5-10, 203, helped separate him from other talented but small backs who struggled to break 4.6.
    9.J.J. WattDEWisconsinA
    host of defensive ends put up great numbers in Indy, including Ryan
    Kerrigan (Purdue) and Cameron Jordan (California). But at 6-5 3/8, 290
    pounds, Watt ran in the mid-4.8s, put up 34 reps and joined Jordan with
    the biggest hands among defensive linemen (11 1/8 inches). All three DEs
    should be top 20 picks when combining their exceptional tape with the
    athleticism.
    10.Martez WilsonILBIllinoisScouts
    knew Wilson had elite closing speed from watching his 2010 game film --
    but sub-4.5 40s at 6-4, 250, highlighted that point. Now only concerns
    about his 2009 neck injury would potentially keep him out of the top 40
    selections as either a 3-4 inside or outside linebacker.
    11.Brooks ReedOLBArizonaSince
    missing the 2009 season due to injury, Reed has continued to improve
    his draft stock. He looked strong as a pass rusher at the Senior Bowl,
    then ran sub-4.7 40s at 263 pounds and looked very fluid in position
    drills furthering the idea he will move to linebacker at the next level.
    He's a second-round pick waiting to happen.
    Fallers
    RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
    1.Jon BaldwinWRPittsburghAt
    6-4 3/8, 228, a 4.5 40 is not bad -- unless you've been telling people
    you plan to run in the 4.3's. His performance in position drills was
    less than inspiring, as well, with poor footwork on most routes and
    inconsistent hands. Given scouts concerns about work ethic and attitude,
    Baldwin needed to hit a home run at the Combine to be considered a
    first-round lock; his performance in Indianapolis, more of a ground-rule
    double, didn't get that done.
    2.Ahmad BlackSSFloridaBlack
    needed to be fast if teams were to take a chance on his playmaking
    ability in the top 75; being small (5-9 1/4, 186) and slow (4.7 40s) is
    not a good combination. But his fall won't be as great as teams expect,
    as smart teams will go back to game tape to re-discover his toughness,
    ball skills and instincts.
    3.Kendric BurneyCBNorth CarolinaSmall
    cornerbacks -- Burney measured at 5-9, 186 -- can't afford to be slow
    (he ran 4.7 40s) if they want to be top 100 selections. Burney showed
    ball skills in drills, but even teams running zone schemes rely on their
    corners to have recovery speed and run with corners when they have deep
    responsibilities.
    4.Will HillFSFloridaAn
    exceptional Combine could have made scouts forget the junior Gator's
    off-field issues and the fact he didn't start regularly until 2010. He
    did not separate himself from the crowd in a sparse mid-round safety
    group, running in the 4.6's and looking stiff and slow in drills, making
    scouts wonder if they are better off waiting to sign him after the
    draft.
    5.Lance KendricksTEWisconsinSometimes
    players don't lose ground on draft boards by putting up poor numbers,
    but others at the position just make cases to jump them. Kendricks was
    very average (4.75 40) in comparison to Cameron, Green and Housler, and
    may end up a fourth-round pick instead of a late third-rounder like
    former teammate Travis Beckum (Giants). He's still likely to be a good
    receiving tight end at the next level.
    6.John MoffittOGWisconsinA
    second Badger who failed to take a step forward, Moffitt's 5.55 40,
    slow agility numbers and relatively weak 23 reps (Colorado CB Jimmy
    Smith did 24) might make him an unlikely target in the top half of the
    draft.
    7.Cam NewtonQBAuburnTeams
    who liked Newton coming into the Combine still like him, and those who
    don't believe he can transition to the NFL smoothly will continue to
    believe that as they left Indianapolis. It would be difficult not to
    list him as a faller, however, because of his uncomfortable footwork in
    dropping back and inaccurate throws at the Scouting Combine. He did not
    impress most teams who interviewed him during the week. It's still
    likely, however, that a team will take him very early in the draft
    because he's just scratching the surface of his amazing potential.
    8.Jason PinkstonOTPittsburghThe
    offensive tackle class is quite crowded in the first two rounds of the
    draft, so Pinkston's poor measurements (under 6-3 1/2), times (5.47 40),
    and footwork in workouts might force him to the end of the line -- and
    into the third round.
    9.Jeremy BealOLBOklahomaUCLA
    linebacker Akeem Ayers could be listed here with his 4.8 40s, but his
    work in position drills was good and he can make up ground on his pro
    day. Beal, however, will find it difficult to overcome running 5.0-plus
    40s after not looking explosive at the Senior Bowl. Teams looking for
    hard workers outside, like the Patriots and Steelers, could still value
    his hustle and production on film--but finding a spot in the top 100
    just got a lot tougher.





    Copyright NFLDraftScout.com, distributed by The Sports Xchange


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    • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft



      Thank you! Akeem Ayers was excellent in the drills. He didn't time the best but he looked extremely fluid while instead Martez Wilson looked stiff.




      Ayers isn't going to drop far. the "smart teams" will look beyond his 4.88 40 and look at his smarts, fluidity, and playmaking ability he shows.

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      • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

        [quote user="nycsportzfan"]Heres Rob Rangs latest Risers/Fallers list, and notice no Akeem Ayers on it, and for the exact reason i thougth he wasen't on all the lists for fallers after combine, because he was very good in the Drills...

        Man, Jordan Todman looks like a Good one, as well.... Actually, its a solid crop of RB's this yr, from Ingram and Leshoure, to Vereen and Powell, and eveything in between.. i'm surpised he didn't have Roy Helu on his riser list..

        Risers and Fallers












































        RUN YOUR LEAGUE WITH THE OFFICIAL FANTASY BASEBALL COMMISSIONER OF MLB.COM

        Chad Reuter Rob Rang


        http://sports.cbsimg.net/images/cbss...x60/12010.jpg") no-repeat scroll left top white; height: 60px;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="460">



        The 2011 Scouting Combine concluded March 1, as 330 prospects were
        poked, prodded, measured and most of them timed by NFL teams in a
        weeklong job interview.



        The vast majority of players in Indianapolis turned out to be, with all
        apologies to former NFL coach Dennis Green, "who we thought they would
        be."




        Many top 10 prospects, including CB Prince Amukamara (Nebraska), DT
        Marcell Dareus (Alabama), DT Nick Fairley (Auburn), OLB Von Miller
        (Texas A&M), CB Patrick Peterson (LSU) all proved themselves elite
        athletes through their timed runs and work in position drills, while
        marginal prospects looked, well, marginal.




        Some people will add some of the above players to lists of players who
        helped themselves in Indy, and others will put North Carolina DE/OLB
        Robert Quinn and Georgia WR A.J. Green to their list of prospects
        hurting themselves with their performances. But scouts will review game
        film on those players and it's doubtful their place on draft boards will
        change.




        A few players did manage to help or hurt their draft stock during the
        Combine. As has been the case, similarly-valued players at a position
        can switch places based on the athleticism they showed in Indy.




        The following 20 players either pushed ahead of other prospects with
        like production, or fell behind other players on draft boards by losing
        athletic tiebreakers.


        Risers and Fallers - Chad Reuter -- (Updated 3/1/2011)
        Risers
        RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
        1.Marvin AustinDTNorth CarolinaThe
        former Tar Heel is trying to overcome concerns about his 2010
        suspension, which was set down by Butch Davis before the NCAA made the
        call, and his inconsistent production as a junior. His play at the
        East-West Shrine Game, as well as his 4.9 40, 38 reps of 225 pounds and
        hustle in drills Feb. 28 at the Combine could allow him to sneak into
        the top 40 to a team willing to take a chance on his talent.
        2.Jordan CameronTESouthern CaliforniaCameron
        can thank New Orleans' Jimmy Graham for getting the strongest push with
        his workout despite the strong performances of fellow tight ends Virgil
        Green (Nevada) and Rob Housler (Florida Atlantic). All three ran in the
        high 4.5s or low 4.6s and lifted well for their 6-4, 250-pound frames.
        But scouts will remember the success former Miami (Fla.) basketball and
        football star Graham had with the Saints and see Cameron's two-sport
        ability with the Trojans.
        3.Julio JonesWRAlabamaThe
        fact Jones was among the most athletic players on the Combine field did
        not surprise anyone. But his sub-4.4 40s, Combine-leading
        11-foot-3-inch broad jump, and excellent 38 1/2-inch vertical were made
        more impressive considering he performed well despite a fractured foot.
        Teams might continue to have Green as the No. 1 receiver on their board
        when they study the film, but Jones certainly closed any gap -- and
        might have changed some minds.
        4.Rahim MooreFSUCLAIn
        a weak safety class, teams were very interested in seeing Moore's
        athleticism. His mid-4.5 40 time, as well as the range and ball skills
        he showed in drills, might overcome any questions scouts have about his
        physicality to push him into the top 40 picks.
        5.Christian PonderQBFlorida StateThe
        medical exam results from Indianapolis -- and likely follow-ups there
        in the months ahead -- will be crucial to Ponder's stock. However, he
        was the most accurate and polished passer in throwing sessions Saturday,
        and showed good athleticism when running. Measuring 6-2 with 10
        1/4-inch hands also helped his cause.
        6.Buster SkrineCBChattanoogaSkrine
        (pronounced "screen") joined fellow SoCon corner Cortez Allen (4.4 40s
        at 6-1, 197) in impressing scouts by running in the 4.3s and adding
        extremely quick feet in drills to some good tape. Allen (East-West
        Shrine) and Skrine (NFLPA Game) looked solid at all-star games last
        month.
        7.Tyron SmithOTSouthern CaliforniaEven
        though Smith did not run because of postseason surgery on a meniscus,
        the fact he weighed in at 307 pounds, measured 36 1/4-inch arms and
        bench-pressed 225 pounds 29 times gave him a bounce heading into his pro
        day on March 30. Honorable mention here goes to Boston College tackle
        Anthony Castonzo, who displayed excellent movement and put up 28 reps to
        address questions about his strength.
        8.Jordan TodmanRBConnecticutTodman's 4.4 40 at 5-10, 203, helped separate him from other talented but small backs who struggled to break 4.6.
        9.J.J. WattDEWisconsinA
        host of defensive ends put up great numbers in Indy, including Ryan
        Kerrigan (Purdue) and Cameron Jordan (California). But at 6-5 3/8, 290
        pounds, Watt ran in the mid-4.8s, put up 34 reps and joined Jordan with
        the biggest hands among defensive linemen (11 1/8 inches). All three DEs
        should be top 20 picks when combining their exceptional tape with the
        athleticism.
        10.Martez WilsonILBIllinoisScouts
        knew Wilson had elite closing speed from watching his 2010 game film --
        but sub-4.5 40s at 6-4, 250, highlighted that point. Now only concerns
        about his 2009 neck injury would potentially keep him out of the top 40
        selections as either a 3-4 inside or outside linebacker.
        11.Brooks ReedOLBArizonaSince
        missing the 2009 season due to injury, Reed has continued to improve
        his draft stock. He looked strong as a pass rusher at the Senior Bowl,
        then ran sub-4.7 40s at 263 pounds and looked very fluid in position
        drills furthering the idea he will move to linebacker at the next level.
        He's a second-round pick waiting to happen.
        Fallers
        RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
        1.Jon BaldwinWRPittsburghAt
        6-4 3/8, 228, a 4.5 40 is not bad -- unless you've been telling people
        you plan to run in the 4.3's. His performance in position drills was
        less than inspiring, as well, with poor footwork on most routes and
        inconsistent hands. Given scouts concerns about work ethic and attitude,
        Baldwin needed to hit a home run at the Combine to be considered a
        first-round lock; his performance in Indianapolis, more of a ground-rule
        double, didn't get that done.
        2.Ahmad BlackSSFloridaBlack
        needed to be fast if teams were to take a chance on his playmaking
        ability in the top 75; being small (5-9 1/4, 186) and slow (4.7 40s) is
        not a good combination. But his fall won't be as great as teams expect,
        as smart teams will go back to game tape to re-discover his toughness,
        ball skills and instincts.
        3.Kendric BurneyCBNorth CarolinaSmall
        cornerbacks -- Burney measured at 5-9, 186 -- can't afford to be slow
        (he ran 4.7 40s) if they want to be top 100 selections. Burney showed
        ball skills in drills, but even teams running zone schemes rely on their
        corners to have recovery speed and run with corners when they have deep
        responsibilities.
        4.Will HillFSFloridaAn
        exceptional Combine could have made scouts forget the junior Gator's
        off-field issues and the fact he didn't start regularly until 2010. He
        did not separate himself from the crowd in a sparse mid-round safety
        group, running in the 4.6's and looking stiff and slow in drills, making
        scouts wonder if they are better off waiting to sign him after the
        draft.
        5.Lance KendricksTEWisconsinSometimes
        players don't lose ground on draft boards by putting up poor numbers,
        but others at the position just make cases to jump them. Kendricks was
        very average (4.75 40) in comparison to Cameron, Green and Housler, and
        may end up a fourth-round pick instead of a late third-rounder like
        former teammate Travis Beckum (Giants). He's still likely to be a good
        receiving tight end at the next level.
        6.John MoffittOGWisconsinA
        second Badger who failed to take a step forward, Moffitt's 5.55 40,
        slow agility numbers and relatively weak 23 reps (Colorado CB Jimmy
        Smith did 24) might make him an unlikely target in the top half of the
        draft.
        7.Cam NewtonQBAuburnTeams
        who liked Newton coming into the Combine still like him, and those who
        don't believe he can transition to the NFL smoothly will continue to
        believe that as they left Indianapolis. It would be difficult not to
        list him as a faller, however, because of his uncomfortable footwork in
        dropping back and inaccurate throws at the Scouting Combine. He did not
        impress most teams who interviewed him during the week. It's still
        likely, however, that a team will take him very early in the draft
        because he's just scratching the surface of his amazing potential.
        8.Jason PinkstonOTPittsburghThe
        offensive tackle class is quite crowded in the first two rounds of the
        draft, so Pinkston's poor measurements (under 6-3 1/2), times (5.47 40),
        and footwork in workouts might force him to the end of the line -- and
        into the third round.
        9.Jeremy BealOLBOklahomaUCLA
        linebacker Akeem Ayers could be listed here with his 4.8 40s, but his
        work in position drills was good and he can make up ground on his pro
        day. Beal, however, will find it difficult to overcome running 5.0-plus
        40s after not looking explosive at the Senior Bowl. Teams looking for
        hard workers outside, like the Patriots and Steelers, could still value
        his hustle and production on film--but finding a spot in the top 100
        just got a lot tougher.





        Copyright NFLDraftScout.com, distributed by The Sports Xchange


        [/quote]
        Hmm, that not the way I read that. They only name 1 person per position and they say it could have been Ayers too. When your the guy who came a close 2nd in a contest to determine the OLB who sucked the most, its not a good thing.


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        • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

          [quote user="nycsportzfan"]Heres Rob Rangs latest Risers/Fallers list, and notice no Akeem Ayers on it, and for the exact reason i thougth he wasen't on all the lists for fallers after combine, because he was very good in the Drills...

          Man, Jordan Todman looks like a Good one, as well.... Actually, its a solid crop of RB's this yr, from Ingram and Leshoure, to Vereen and Powell, and eveything in between.. i'm surpised he didn't have Roy Helu on his riser list..

          Risers and Fallers












































          RUN YOUR LEAGUE WITH THE OFFICIAL FANTASY BASEBALL COMMISSIONER OF MLB.COM

          Chad Reuter Rob Rang


          http://sports.cbsimg.net/images/cbss...x60/12010.jpg") no-repeat scroll left top white; height: 60px;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="460">



          The 2011 Scouting Combine concluded March 1, as 330 prospects were
          poked, prodded, measured and most of them timed by NFL teams in a
          weeklong job interview.



          The vast majority of players in Indianapolis turned out to be, with all
          apologies to former NFL coach Dennis Green, "who we thought they would
          be."




          Many top 10 prospects, including CB Prince Amukamara (Nebraska), DT
          Marcell Dareus (Alabama), DT Nick Fairley (Auburn), OLB Von Miller
          (Texas A&M), CB Patrick Peterson (LSU) all proved themselves elite
          athletes through their timed runs and work in position drills, while
          marginal prospects looked, well, marginal.




          Some people will add some of the above players to lists of players who
          helped themselves in Indy, and others will put North Carolina DE/OLB
          Robert Quinn and Georgia WR A.J. Green to their list of prospects
          hurting themselves with their performances. But scouts will review game
          film on those players and it's doubtful their place on draft boards will
          change.




          A few players did manage to help or hurt their draft stock during the
          Combine. As has been the case, similarly-valued players at a position
          can switch places based on the athleticism they showed in Indy.




          The following 20 players either pushed ahead of other prospects with
          like production, or fell behind other players on draft boards by losing
          athletic tiebreakers.


          Risers and Fallers - Chad Reuter -- (Updated 3/1/2011)
          Risers
          RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
          1.Marvin AustinDTNorth CarolinaThe
          former Tar Heel is trying to overcome concerns about his 2010
          suspension, which was set down by Butch Davis before the NCAA made the
          call, and his inconsistent production as a junior. His play at the
          East-West Shrine Game, as well as his 4.9 40, 38 reps of 225 pounds and
          hustle in drills Feb. 28 at the Combine could allow him to sneak into
          the top 40 to a team willing to take a chance on his talent.
          2.Jordan CameronTESouthern CaliforniaCameron
          can thank New Orleans' Jimmy Graham for getting the strongest push with
          his workout despite the strong performances of fellow tight ends Virgil
          Green (Nevada) and Rob Housler (Florida Atlantic). All three ran in the
          high 4.5s or low 4.6s and lifted well for their 6-4, 250-pound frames.
          But scouts will remember the success former Miami (Fla.) basketball and
          football star Graham had with the Saints and see Cameron's two-sport
          ability with the Trojans.
          3.Julio JonesWRAlabamaThe
          fact Jones was among the most athletic players on the Combine field did
          not surprise anyone. But his sub-4.4 40s, Combine-leading
          11-foot-3-inch broad jump, and excellent 38 1/2-inch vertical were made
          more impressive considering he performed well despite a fractured foot.
          Teams might continue to have Green as the No. 1 receiver on their board
          when they study the film, but Jones certainly closed any gap -- and
          might have changed some minds.
          4.Rahim MooreFSUCLAIn
          a weak safety class, teams were very interested in seeing Moore's
          athleticism. His mid-4.5 40 time, as well as the range and ball skills
          he showed in drills, might overcome any questions scouts have about his
          physicality to push him into the top 40 picks.
          5.Christian PonderQBFlorida StateThe
          medical exam results from Indianapolis -- and likely follow-ups there
          in the months ahead -- will be crucial to Ponder's stock. However, he
          was the most accurate and polished passer in throwing sessions Saturday,
          and showed good athleticism when running. Measuring 6-2 with 10
          1/4-inch hands also helped his cause.
          6.Buster SkrineCBChattanoogaSkrine
          (pronounced "screen") joined fellow SoCon corner Cortez Allen (4.4 40s
          at 6-1, 197) in impressing scouts by running in the 4.3s and adding
          extremely quick feet in drills to some good tape. Allen (East-West
          Shrine) and Skrine (NFLPA Game) looked solid at all-star games last
          month.
          7.Tyron SmithOTSouthern CaliforniaEven
          though Smith did not run because of postseason surgery on a meniscus,
          the fact he weighed in at 307 pounds, measured 36 1/4-inch arms and
          bench-pressed 225 pounds 29 times gave him a bounce heading into his pro
          day on March 30. Honorable mention here goes to Boston College tackle
          Anthony Castonzo, who displayed excellent movement and put up 28 reps to
          address questions about his strength.
          8.Jordan TodmanRBConnecticutTodman's 4.4 40 at 5-10, 203, helped separate him from other talented but small backs who struggled to break 4.6.
          9.J.J. WattDEWisconsinA
          host of defensive ends put up great numbers in Indy, including Ryan
          Kerrigan (Purdue) and Cameron Jordan (California). But at 6-5 3/8, 290
          pounds, Watt ran in the mid-4.8s, put up 34 reps and joined Jordan with
          the biggest hands among defensive linemen (11 1/8 inches). All three DEs
          should be top 20 picks when combining their exceptional tape with the
          athleticism.
          10.Martez WilsonILBIllinoisScouts
          knew Wilson had elite closing speed from watching his 2010 game film --
          but sub-4.5 40s at 6-4, 250, highlighted that point. Now only concerns
          about his 2009 neck injury would potentially keep him out of the top 40
          selections as either a 3-4 inside or outside linebacker.
          11.Brooks ReedOLBArizonaSince
          missing the 2009 season due to injury, Reed has continued to improve
          his draft stock. He looked strong as a pass rusher at the Senior Bowl,
          then ran sub-4.7 40s at 263 pounds and looked very fluid in position
          drills furthering the idea he will move to linebacker at the next level.
          He's a second-round pick waiting to happen.
          Fallers
          RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
          1.Jon BaldwinWRPittsburghAt
          6-4 3/8, 228, a 4.5 40 is not bad -- unless you've been telling people
          you plan to run in the 4.3's. His performance in position drills was
          less than inspiring, as well, with poor footwork on most routes and
          inconsistent hands. Given scouts concerns about work ethic and attitude,
          Baldwin needed to hit a home run at the Combine to be considered a
          first-round lock; his performance in Indianapolis, more of a ground-rule
          double, didn't get that done.
          2.Ahmad BlackSSFloridaBlack
          needed to be fast if teams were to take a chance on his playmaking
          ability in the top 75; being small (5-9 1/4, 186) and slow (4.7 40s) is
          not a good combination. But his fall won't be as great as teams expect,
          as smart teams will go back to game tape to re-discover his toughness,
          ball skills and instincts.
          3.Kendric BurneyCBNorth CarolinaSmall
          cornerbacks -- Burney measured at 5-9, 186 -- can't afford to be slow
          (he ran 4.7 40s) if they want to be top 100 selections. Burney showed
          ball skills in drills, but even teams running zone schemes rely on their
          corners to have recovery speed and run with corners when they have deep
          responsibilities.
          4.Will HillFSFloridaAn
          exceptional Combine could have made scouts forget the junior Gator's
          off-field issues and the fact he didn't start regularly until 2010. He
          did not separate himself from the crowd in a sparse mid-round safety
          group, running in the 4.6's and looking stiff and slow in drills, making
          scouts wonder if they are better off waiting to sign him after the
          draft.
          5.Lance KendricksTEWisconsinSometimes
          players don't lose ground on draft boards by putting up poor numbers,
          but others at the position just make cases to jump them. Kendricks was
          very average (4.75 40) in comparison to Cameron, Green and Housler, and
          may end up a fourth-round pick instead of a late third-rounder like
          former teammate Travis Beckum (Giants). He's still likely to be a good
          receiving tight end at the next level.
          6.John MoffittOGWisconsinA
          second Badger who failed to take a step forward, Moffitt's 5.55 40,
          slow agility numbers and relatively weak 23 reps (Colorado CB Jimmy
          Smith did 24) might make him an unlikely target in the top half of the
          draft.
          7.Cam NewtonQBAuburnTeams
          who liked Newton coming into the Combine still like him, and those who
          don't believe he can transition to the NFL smoothly will continue to
          believe that as they left Indianapolis. It would be difficult not to
          list him as a faller, however, because of his uncomfortable footwork in
          dropping back and inaccurate throws at the Scouting Combine. He did not
          impress most teams who interviewed him during the week. It's still
          likely, however, that a team will take him very early in the draft
          because he's just scratching the surface of his amazing potential.
          8.Jason PinkstonOTPittsburghThe
          offensive tackle class is quite crowded in the first two rounds of the
          draft, so Pinkston's poor measurements (under 6-3 1/2), times (5.47 40),
          and footwork in workouts might force him to the end of the line -- and
          into the third round.
          9.Jeremy BealOLBOklahomaUCLA
          linebacker Akeem Ayers could be listed here with his 4.8 40s, but his
          work in position drills was good and he can make up ground on his pro
          day. Beal, however, will find it difficult to overcome running 5.0-plus
          40s after not looking explosive at the Senior Bowl. Teams looking for
          hard workers outside, like the Patriots and Steelers, could still value
          his hustle and production on film--but finding a spot in the top 100
          just got a lot tougher.





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          [/quote]Christian Ponder's stock has rose for sure. MVP at the Senior Bowl and tested well at the combine as well despite his injured arm/elbow. Should be interesting to see when and where he lands in the draft.

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          • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

            [quote user="heavyhitter"]Christian Ponder's stock has rose for sure. MVP at the Senior Bowl and tested well at the combine as well despite his injured arm/elbow. Should be interesting to see when and where he lands in the draft.
            [/quote]

            Ya, I said it in other threads for some time. I think Ponder is going to make some team VERY happy. The only thing that will hold him back is if the Doc's didnt like what they saw in his elbow. His game translates to the NFL very well with 1 exception. He has to learn to slide more or he will get his head removed.
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            • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

              [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="heavyhitter"]Christian Ponder's stock has rose for sure. MVP at the Senior Bowl and tested well at the combine as well despite his injured arm/elbow. Should be interesting to see when and where he lands in the draft.
              [/quote]

              Ya, I said it in other threads for some time. I think Ponder is going to make some team VERY happy. The only thing that will hold him back is if the Doc's didnt like what they saw in his elbow. His game translates to the NFL very well with 1 exception. He has to learn to slide more or he will get his head removed.
              [/quote]Yea- I think most scouts are saying he'll fit well in a west coast offense. Do you follow Florida State football?

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              • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                [quote user="titwio"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                Muhammad Wilkerson vs Central Michigan




                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr2mYkCKs90

                [/quote]

                Damn...you make good videos...

                Great quality...[/quote]I was about to say the same thing. The content and quality of these videos is on point.

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                • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                  [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                  Muhammad Wilkerson vs Central Michigan




                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr2mYkCKs90

                  [/quote]I could be wrong, but I think Mayock compared Wilkerson to Linval Joseph at the combine during drills. That's not a bad comparison if you ask me.

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                  • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft



                    [quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="heavyhitter"]Christian Ponder's stock has rose for sure. MVP at the Senior Bowl and tested well at the combine as well despite his injured arm/elbow. Should be interesting to see when and where he lands in the draft.
                    [/quote]

                    Ya, I said it in other threads for some time. I think Ponder is going to make some team VERY happy. The only thing that will hold him back is if the Doc's didnt like what they saw in his elbow. His game translates to the NFL very well with 1 exception. He has to learn to slide more or he will get his head removed.
                    [/quote]Yea- I think most scouts are saying he'll fit well in a west coast offense. Do you follow Florida State football?
                    [/quote]




                    Im going to get up Nigel Bradham and Brandon Jenkin vids eventually

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                    • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                      [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                      2012 Prospect Travis Lewis in the Big 12 Championship game vs Nebraska




                      I was going to work a Demarco Murray vid from this game as well but the tape is all messed up. During this Vid U will see on 2 occasions it goes to the start of the first half and the start of the second half. I tried to delete the clips but it just went on to the next play on my video so I decided to leave it. Im going to add more onto Travis Lewis eventually when I look at his other games so I will fix it then.




                      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGG-bIa2aA4




                      *




                      Are U guys interested in* Carimi,Moffit, Kirkpatrick vids I was thinking about doing the Rose Bowl game next. Either that game or I was going to do BC vs Nevada . I wanted to work on Luke Kuechly so I could do guys from that game as well. I kind of wanted to look at Colin Kaepernick some more

                      [/quote]

                      I love how this guy is all over the field...

                      This was the LB I wanted the Giants to pick up...

                      Great talent!
                      "You killed my family, and I don't like that kind of thing."

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                      • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                        [quote user="titwio"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

                        2012 Prospect Travis Lewis in the Big 12 Championship game vs Nebraska




                        I was going to work a Demarco Murray vid from this game as well but the tape is all messed up. During this Vid U will see on 2 occasions it goes to the start of the first half and the start of the second half. I tried to delete the clips but it just went on to the next play on my video so I decided to leave it. Im going to add more onto Travis Lewis eventually when I look at his other games so I will fix it then.




                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGG-bIa2aA4







                        Are U guys interested in Carimi,Moffit, Kirkpatrick vids I was thinking about doing the Rose Bowl game next. Either that game or I was going to do BC vs Nevada . I wanted to work on Luke Kuechly so I could do guys from that game as well. I kind of wanted to look at Colin Kaepernick some more

                        [/quote]

                        I love how this guy is all over the field...

                        This was the LB I wanted the Giants to pick up...

                        Great talent![/quote]id love a kirkpatrick vid.

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                        • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                          [quote user="titwio"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


                          2012 Prospect Travis Lewis in the Big 12 Championship game vs Nebraska




                          I was going to work a Demarco Murray vid from this game as well but the tape is all messed up. During this Vid U will see on 2 occasions it goes to the start of the first half and the start of the second half. I tried to delete the clips but it just went on to the next play on my video so I decided to leave it. Im going to add more onto Travis Lewis eventually when I look at his other games so I will fix it then.




                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGG-bIa2aA4







                          Are U guys interested in Carimi,Moffit, Kirkpatrick vids I was thinking about doing the Rose Bowl game next. Either that game or I was going to do BC vs Nevada . I wanted to work on Luke Kuechly so I could do guys from that game as well. I kind of wanted to look at Colin Kaepernick some more




                          [/quote] I love how this guy is all over the field... This was the LB I wanted the Giants to pick up... Great talent![/quote]




                          Although that wasnt agreat game from him i love lewis too. so instinctive and always around the ball and hes a great athlete. Unfortunately i think lewis could see a greg jones-like fall next year, i dont think he is as big as he is listed. He gets pushed around against blockers and is a little small. We'll see what happens next year but he needs to get off blocks better.

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                          • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                            [quote user="Neverend"][quote user="titwio"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


                            2012 Prospect Travis Lewis in the Big 12 Championship game vs Nebraska




                            I was going to work a Demarco Murray vid from this game as well but the tape is all messed up. During this Vid U will see on 2 occasions it goes to the start of the first half and the start of the second half. I tried to delete the clips but it just went on to the next play on my video so I decided to leave it. Im going to add more onto Travis Lewis eventually when I look at his other games so I will fix it then.




                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGG-bIa2aA4







                            Are U guys interested in Carimi,Moffit, Kirkpatrick vids I was thinking about doing the Rose Bowl game next. Either that game or I was going to do BC vs Nevada . I wanted to work on Luke Kuechly so I could do guys from that game as well. I kind of wanted to look at Colin Kaepernick some more




                            [/quote] I love how this guy is all over the field... This was the LB I wanted the Giants to pick up... Great talent![/quote]




                            Although that wasnt agreat game from him i love lewis too. so instinctive and always around the ball and hes a great athlete. Unfortunately i think lewis could see a greg jones-like fall next year, i dont think he is as big as he is listed. He gets pushed around against blockers and is a little small. We'll see what happens next year but he needs to get off blocks better.

                            [/quote]He did come away with 3 turnovers

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                            • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                              [quote user="BlueSanta"][quote user="nycsportzfan"]Heres Rob Rangs latest Risers/Fallers list, and notice no Akeem Ayers on it, and for the exact reason i thougth he wasen't on all the lists for fallers after combine, because he was very good in the Drills...

                              Man, Jordan Todman looks like a Good one, as well.... Actually, its a solid crop of RB's this yr, from Ingram and Leshoure, to Vereen and Powell, and eveything in between.. i'm surpised he didn't have Roy Helu on his riser list..

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                              The 2011 Scouting Combine concluded March 1, as 330 prospects were
                              poked, prodded, measured and most of them timed by NFL teams in a
                              weeklong job interview.



                              The vast majority of players in Indianapolis turned out to be, with all
                              apologies to former NFL coach Dennis Green, "who we thought they would
                              be."




                              Many top 10 prospects, including CB Prince Amukamara (Nebraska), DT
                              Marcell Dareus (Alabama), DT Nick Fairley (Auburn), OLB Von Miller
                              (Texas A&M), CB Patrick Peterson (LSU) all proved themselves elite
                              athletes through their timed runs and work in position drills, while
                              marginal prospects looked, well, marginal.




                              Some people will add some of the above players to lists of players who
                              helped themselves in Indy, and others will put North Carolina DE/OLB
                              Robert Quinn and Georgia WR A.J. Green to their list of prospects
                              hurting themselves with their performances. But scouts will review game
                              film on those players and it's doubtful their place on draft boards will
                              change.




                              A few players did manage to help or hurt their draft stock during the
                              Combine. As has been the case, similarly-valued players at a position
                              can switch places based on the athleticism they showed in Indy.




                              The following 20 players either pushed ahead of other prospects with
                              like production, or fell behind other players on draft boards by losing
                              athletic tiebreakers.


                              Risers and Fallers - Chad Reuter -- (Updated 3/1/2011)
                              Risers
                              RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
                              1.Marvin AustinDTNorth CarolinaThe
                              former Tar Heel is trying to overcome concerns about his 2010
                              suspension, which was set down by Butch Davis before the NCAA made the
                              call, and his inconsistent production as a junior. His play at the
                              East-West Shrine Game, as well as his 4.9 40, 38 reps of 225 pounds and
                              hustle in drills Feb. 28 at the Combine could allow him to sneak into
                              the top 40 to a team willing to take a chance on his talent.
                              2.Jordan CameronTESouthern CaliforniaCameron
                              can thank New Orleans' Jimmy Graham for getting the strongest push with
                              his workout despite the strong performances of fellow tight ends Virgil
                              Green (Nevada) and Rob Housler (Florida Atlantic). All three ran in the
                              high 4.5s or low 4.6s and lifted well for their 6-4, 250-pound frames.
                              But scouts will remember the success former Miami (Fla.) basketball and
                              football star Graham had with the Saints and see Cameron's two-sport
                              ability with the Trojans.
                              3.Julio JonesWRAlabamaThe
                              fact Jones was among the most athletic players on the Combine field did
                              not surprise anyone. But his sub-4.4 40s, Combine-leading
                              11-foot-3-inch broad jump, and excellent 38 1/2-inch vertical were made
                              more impressive considering he performed well despite a fractured foot.
                              Teams might continue to have Green as the No. 1 receiver on their board
                              when they study the film, but Jones certainly closed any gap -- and
                              might have changed some minds.
                              4.Rahim MooreFSUCLAIn
                              a weak safety class, teams were very interested in seeing Moore's
                              athleticism. His mid-4.5 40 time, as well as the range and ball skills
                              he showed in drills, might overcome any questions scouts have about his
                              physicality to push him into the top 40 picks.
                              5.Christian PonderQBFlorida StateThe
                              medical exam results from Indianapolis -- and likely follow-ups there
                              in the months ahead -- will be crucial to Ponder's stock. However, he
                              was the most accurate and polished passer in throwing sessions Saturday,
                              and showed good athleticism when running. Measuring 6-2 with 10
                              1/4-inch hands also helped his cause.
                              6.Buster SkrineCBChattanoogaSkrine
                              (pronounced "screen") joined fellow SoCon corner Cortez Allen (4.4 40s
                              at 6-1, 197) in impressing scouts by running in the 4.3s and adding
                              extremely quick feet in drills to some good tape. Allen (East-West
                              Shrine) and Skrine (NFLPA Game) looked solid at all-star games last
                              month.
                              7.Tyron SmithOTSouthern CaliforniaEven
                              though Smith did not run because of postseason surgery on a meniscus,
                              the fact he weighed in at 307 pounds, measured 36 1/4-inch arms and
                              bench-pressed 225 pounds 29 times gave him a bounce heading into his pro
                              day on March 30. Honorable mention here goes to Boston College tackle
                              Anthony Castonzo, who displayed excellent movement and put up 28 reps to
                              address questions about his strength.
                              8.Jordan TodmanRBConnecticutTodman's 4.4 40 at 5-10, 203, helped separate him from other talented but small backs who struggled to break 4.6.
                              9.J.J. WattDEWisconsinA
                              host of defensive ends put up great numbers in Indy, including Ryan
                              Kerrigan (Purdue) and Cameron Jordan (California). But at 6-5 3/8, 290
                              pounds, Watt ran in the mid-4.8s, put up 34 reps and joined Jordan with
                              the biggest hands among defensive linemen (11 1/8 inches). All three DEs
                              should be top 20 picks when combining their exceptional tape with the
                              athleticism.
                              10.Martez WilsonILBIllinoisScouts
                              knew Wilson had elite closing speed from watching his 2010 game film --
                              but sub-4.5 40s at 6-4, 250, highlighted that point. Now only concerns
                              about his 2009 neck injury would potentially keep him out of the top 40
                              selections as either a 3-4 inside or outside linebacker.
                              11.Brooks ReedOLBArizonaSince
                              missing the 2009 season due to injury, Reed has continued to improve
                              his draft stock. He looked strong as a pass rusher at the Senior Bowl,
                              then ran sub-4.7 40s at 263 pounds and looked very fluid in position
                              drills furthering the idea he will move to linebacker at the next level.
                              He's a second-round pick waiting to happen.
                              Fallers
                              RankPicturePlayerPos.SchoolSummary
                              1.Jon BaldwinWRPittsburghAt
                              6-4 3/8, 228, a 4.5 40 is not bad -- unless you've been telling people
                              you plan to run in the 4.3's. His performance in position drills was
                              less than inspiring, as well, with poor footwork on most routes and
                              inconsistent hands. Given scouts concerns about work ethic and attitude,
                              Baldwin needed to hit a home run at the Combine to be considered a
                              first-round lock; his performance in Indianapolis, more of a ground-rule
                              double, didn't get that done.
                              2.Ahmad BlackSSFloridaBlack
                              needed to be fast if teams were to take a chance on his playmaking
                              ability in the top 75; being small (5-9 1/4, 186) and slow (4.7 40s) is
                              not a good combination. But his fall won't be as great as teams expect,
                              as smart teams will go back to game tape to re-discover his toughness,
                              ball skills and instincts.
                              3.Kendric BurneyCBNorth CarolinaSmall
                              cornerbacks -- Burney measured at 5-9, 186 -- can't afford to be slow
                              (he ran 4.7 40s) if they want to be top 100 selections. Burney showed
                              ball skills in drills, but even teams running zone schemes rely on their
                              corners to have recovery speed and run with corners when they have deep
                              responsibilities.
                              4.Will HillFSFloridaAn
                              exceptional Combine could have made scouts forget the junior Gator's
                              off-field issues and the fact he didn't start regularly until 2010. He
                              did not separate himself from the crowd in a sparse mid-round safety
                              group, running in the 4.6's and looking stiff and slow in drills, making
                              scouts wonder if they are better off waiting to sign him after the
                              draft.
                              5.Lance KendricksTEWisconsinSometimes
                              players don't lose ground on draft boards by putting up poor numbers,
                              but others at the position just make cases to jump them. Kendricks was
                              very average (4.75 40) in comparison to Cameron, Green and Housler, and
                              may end up a fourth-round pick instead of a late third-rounder like
                              former teammate Travis Beckum (Giants). He's still likely to be a good
                              receiving tight end at the next level.
                              6.John MoffittOGWisconsinA
                              second Badger who failed to take a step forward, Moffitt's 5.55 40,
                              slow agility numbers and relatively weak 23 reps (Colorado CB Jimmy
                              Smith did 24) might make him an unlikely target in the top half of the
                              draft.
                              7.Cam NewtonQBAuburnTeams
                              who liked Newton coming into the Combine still like him, and those who
                              don't believe he can transition to the NFL smoothly will continue to
                              believe that as they left Indianapolis. It would be difficult not to
                              list him as a faller, however, because of his uncomfortable footwork in
                              dropping back and inaccurate throws at the Scouting Combine. He did not
                              impress most teams who interviewed him during the week. It's still
                              likely, however, that a team will take him very early in the draft
                              because he's just scratching the surface of his amazing potential.
                              8.Jason PinkstonOTPittsburghThe
                              offensive tackle class is quite crowded in the first two rounds of the
                              draft, so Pinkston's poor measurements (under 6-3 1/2), times (5.47 40),
                              and footwork in workouts might force him to the end of the line -- and
                              into the third round.
                              9.Jeremy BealOLBOklahomaUCLA
                              linebacker Akeem Ayers could be listed here with his 4.8 40s, but his
                              work in position drills was good and he can make up ground on his pro
                              day. Beal, however, will find it difficult to overcome running 5.0-plus
                              40s after not looking explosive at the Senior Bowl. Teams looking for
                              hard workers outside, like the Patriots and Steelers, could still value
                              his hustle and production on film--but finding a spot in the top 100
                              just got a lot tougher.





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                              [/quote]
                              Hmm, that not the way I read that. They only name 1 person per position and they say it could have been Ayers too. When your the guy who came a close 2nd in a contest to determine the OLB who sucked the most, its not a good thing.


                              [/quote] no kidding... I didn't say he did good at the combine, just that his positon drills saved em, and for most people who are more about the tape, they'll take those drills into consideration alot more, because its alot closer to in game workouts, then a freaking 40time or bench press, all though, none of it, can live up to game tape.. I'm just saying, for someone who was so awful, he dosen't show up on nearly as many FALLER lists, becasue he looked very fluid and agile in Drills...

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                              • Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

                                I found this site, JB Scouting, and its a fantatstic site for finding info on all the small school Prospects, and all the news on them... This is JB"s top 75, and where they will go, the best, most likeley, and worst case scenario... It also has a great Riser/Faller section, with guys i like as SLeepers, Mark Legree and Korey Lindsey on it, and Cortez allen, a guy i was very interested to know more about, also on the riser list.... Check it out if u get a chance... Josh Buchanans very Qualified.








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                                Thursday, 03 March 2011 04:40






                                Here is a look at our updated
                                projections with a high and low for each player after the Combine. As
                                we proceed through pro days the ratings will continue to change but they
                                are starting to take shape to how they will begin to look in the draft
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                                Rank Pos First Name Last Name School Ht Wt 40 Time Rd Proj High Low
                                1 OT Ben Ijalana Villanova 6035 317 5.30/5.37 2nd Early 2 Mid 3
                                2 WR Edmond Gates Abilene Christian 5116 192 4.31/4.37 2nd-3rd Mid 2 Early 4
                                3 RB Taiwan Jones Eastern Washington 6000 194 4.40/4.44 3rd Late 2 Late 5
                                4 CB Korey Lindsey-Woods Southern Illinois 5101 181 4.49/4.53 4th Late 3 Late 6
                                5 OG Will Rackley Lehigh 6033 307 5.20/5.25 4th-5th Early 3 Late 5
                                6 DT Kenrick Ellis Hampton 6047 346 5.15/5.19 4th-5th Mid 2 Late 5
                                7 TE Julius Thomas Portland State 6045 246 4.68/4.70 4th-5th Late 3 Late 6
                                8 WR Stephen Burton West Texas A&M 6016 219 4.48/4.54 4th-5th Late 3 Late 6
                                9 DT Martin Parker Richmond 6021 303 4.99/5.01 5th Late 4 Late 7
                                10 CB Buster Skrine Chattanooga 5094 186 4.29/4.36 5th Early 4 PFA
                                11 C Brandon Fusco Slippery Rock 6040 306 5.15/5.21 5th Late 4 PFA
                                12 OG David Arkin Missouri State 6046 300 5.28/5.29 5th-6th Early 5 Late 7
                                13 C Daniel Kilgore Appalachian State 6032 308 5.23/5.32 5th-6th Mid 4 Early 7
                                14 QB Pat Devlin Delaware 6033 225 4.87/4.89 6th Late 4 PFA
                                15 FS Mark LeGree Appalachian State 5114 210 4.53/4.55 6th 5-6 PFA
                                16 CB Justin Rogers Richmond 5103 183 4.44/4.47 6th Mid 4 PFA
                                17 DT Cedric Thornton Southern Arkansas 6031 309 5.20/5.30 6th-7th 5-6 PFA
                                18 OT David Mims Virginia Union 6082 343 5.68/5.70 6th-7th 5-6 PFA
                                19 OG Kevin Hughes Southeastern Louisiana 6035 302 5.10/5.15 7th 5-6 PFA
                                20 CB Ryan Jones Northwest Missouri State 5111 197 4.40/4.45 7th 5-6 PFA
                                21 FB Justin Bartlett Carroll (MT) 6007 238 4.75/4.80 7th-PFA 5-6 PFA
                                22 DT Frank Kearse Alabama A&M 6041 311 5.34/5.36 7th-PFA 5-6 PFA
                                23 SS Tommy Irvin Wofford 6001 204 4.50/4.54 7th-PFA 5-6 PFA
                                24 TE Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa 6056 261 4.65/4.69 7th-PFA 5-6 PFA
                                25 WR Cecil Shorts III Mount Union 5116 205 4.55/4.59 7th-PFA 5-6 PFA
                                26 OT Trevis Turner Abilene Christian 6067 342 5.40/5.43 PFA 5-6 PFA
                                27 FS Cortez Allen The Citadel 6012 197 4.45/4.47 PFA 5-6 PFA
                                28 WR Courtney Smith South Alabama 6040 220 4.56/4.63 PFA 5-6 PFA
                                29 ILB D.J. Smith Appalachian State 5105 239 4.79/4.81 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                30 WR Lito Senatus Western Illinois 6021 200 4.59/4.64 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                31 DT Ibraham Abdulai Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6015 309 5.00/5.07 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                32 SS Isaiah Abdul-Quddus Fordham 6000 200 4.47/4.50 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                33 OLB Mike Gee Indiana (PA) 6004 239 4.70/4.75 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                34 OG Mike Person Montana State 6044 299 5.12/5.19 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                35 SS Ron Parker Newberry 5117 191 4.53/4.59 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                36 OLB Markell Carter Central Arkansas 6037 248 4.78/4.82 PFA 6-7 PFA
                                37 OLB Erik Clanton The Citadel 6024 238 4.68/4.75 PFA 6-7 FA
                                38 TE Mike Higgins Nebraska-Omaha 6044 235 4.68/4.78 PFA 6-7 FA
                                39 WR Joe Morgan Walsh (OH) 6005 185 4.44/4.48 PFA 6-7 FA
                                40 QB Josh Portis California PA 6027 211 4.62/4.63 PFA 6-7 FA
                                41 WR Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State 6021 211 4.37/4.41 PFA 6-7 FA
                                42 P David Miller William & Mary 5116 183 4.92/4.95 PFA Shot Late FA
                                43 FS Anthony Walters Delaware 6000 201 4.55/4.60 PFA Shot Late FA
                                44 WR Dominique Johnson Cal Poly 6031 228 4.65/4.70 PFA Shot Late FA
                                45 QB Kyle Havens Massachusetts 6030 220 4.90/4.95 PFA Shot Late FA
                                46 OLB Jabara Williams Stephen F. Austin 6022 223 4.59/4.62 PFA Shot Late FA
                                47 RB John Griffin Massachusetts 5114 210 4.51/4.55 PFA Shot Late FA
                                48 WR LJ Castile Delta State 6017 220 4.50/4.62 PFA Shot Late FA
                                49 WR Andre Holmes Hillsdale 6043 210 4.52/4.53 PFA Shot Late FA
                                50 WR O.J. Murdock Fort Hays State 5104 197 4.53/4.55 PFA Shot Late FA
                                51 H-back Tysson Poots Southern Utah 6016 220 4.65/4.70 PFA Shot Late FA
                                52 WR Marcus Harris Murray State 6007 187 4.53/4.60 PFA Shot Late FA
                                53 WR Perry Baker Fairmont State 6002 167 4.42/4.45 PFA Shot Late FA
                                54 TE Stephen Skelton Fordham 6046 247 4.70/4.75 PFA Shot Late FA
                                55 WR P.J. Gore Mars Hill 6022 190 4.50/4.55 PFA PFA FA
                                56 SS Eugene Clifford Tennessee State 6006 204 4.55/4.60 PFA PFA FA
                                57 TE Chris Blohm Yale 6034 262 4.78/4.85 PFA PFA FA
                                58 WR Larrone Moore Delaware State 6000 180 4.44/4.46 PFA PFA FA
                                59 ILB John Eddy Northern Colorado 6023 240 4.75/4.82 PFA PFA FA
                                60 RB Andre Harris Northern Colorado 5110 220 4.58/4.64 PFA PFA FA
                                61 WR Darnel Williams C.W. Post 6036 220 4.60/4.62 PFA PFA FA
                                62 DT Thomas Weaver Villanova 6003 305 5.73/5.75 PFA PFA FA
                                63 CB Josh Gatlin North Dakota State 6003 195 4.51/4.54 PFA PFA FA
                                64 WR Raymond Webber Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6017 219 4.64/4.69 PFA PFA FA
                                65 TE Chris Farmer Villanova 6044 280 4.75/4.80 PFA PFA FA
                                66 WR Joe Hastings Washburn 5114 184 4.53/4.57 PFA PFA FA
                                67 WR Joe Hills Tennessee State 6040 201 4.60/4.65 PFA PFA FA
                                68 DT Michael Price West Virginia Wesleyan 6007 293 5.05/5.10 PFA PFA FA
                                69 WR Adam Mims Furman 5080 195 4.49/4.53 PFA PFA Tryout
                                70 QB Chris Dieker Southern Illinois 6050 230 4.81/4.84 PFA PFA Tryout
                                71 WR Dominique Barnes Youngstown State 5093 185 4.47/4.51 PFA PFA Tryout
                                72 OLB Marc Schiechl Colorado Mines 6023 247 4.75/4.78 PFA PFA Tryout
                                73 SS Matthew Freed East Stroudsburg 5107 213 4.69/4.70 PFA PFA Tryout
                                74 CB Brandian Ross Youngstown State 5116 193 4.50/4.55 PFA PFA Tryout
                                75 DE Courtney Harris

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