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  • #16
    RaShede Hageman weighing in at 318lbs and being noted as being "Well put together" is gonna help his stock..

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    • #17
      Originally posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
      Players that I am interested in seeing from the North:

      Marqueston Huff CB Wyoming (He was a safety but is making the transition to CB. He is a hard hitting guy so that is interesting to have a CB who can bring a big hit)

      Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska (Tall CB who had drawn comparisons to Brandon Browner but is not as physical a player. Also no PED's for Jean-Baptiste lol)

      Cyril Richardson OG Baylor (He is a beast but has been getting beat by Aaron Donald... but I mean who hasn't Donald gotten the best of?)

      Weston Richburg C Colorado St (Interesting Center prospect coming from a relatively small school but has been a monster run blocking)

      Zack Martin OT/OG Norte Dame (He has played OT but many think that he will be better suited at OG in the NFL. He is a very solid player)

      Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley St ("White Lightning" is an interesting player IMO he is 6'3 maybe taller and runs an alleged 4.3. He is raw but could be a nice mid-late round WR pick)

      C.J Fiedorowicz TE Iowa (He is perfect for our system I think. He is a huge guy who can block very well and has soft hands in the receiving game)

      Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh (The dude is a straight beast. A little smaller than you would like out of a DT but his tape speaks for itself)

      Other guys I am going to be watching are: Deon Bucannon S Washinton St, Charles Sims RB West Virginia, David Fluellen RB Toledo, Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa, Marcus Smith DE Louisville, Kareem Martin DE UNC, Will Clarke DE West Virginia, Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
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      Players I am interested from the South:

      Keith McGill CB Utah (Big CB 6'3, I am interested to see what he can do because I have not seen a lot of tape of him)

      Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU (He is an interesting player. I haven't been able to see a whole lot of him but everything that I have seen I have liked of him)

      Antonio Andrews RB Western Kentucky (Mid-late round RB who can return kicks as well. He really did it all for his team in college)

      Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma (I liked a lot of the stuff he did last year but I have not gotten the chance to see much of him this year. Another big CB 6ft tall)

      *Walt Aikens CB Liberty (He is a sleeper that I have heard good things about. He is 6'1 and is a former BBall player. I have seen a dunk contest that he is in and was impressed with his athleticism. I am interested to see what he can do vs D1 talent)

      Telvin Smith OLB Florida St (A player that I really like. He is lighter than you would want from an OLB but he is very fast for a LB. He could be a guy who you could place on TE's and be able to stay with them because of his speed)

      Jordan Tripp OLB Montana (Kind of a sleeper LB... I have not seen much of him but everything I have read makes him sound really solid. I am excited to see what he can do)

      Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi St (He is a huge guy and really would be able to open some nice holes in the running game)

      Gabe Ikard C Oklahoma (He played really well in the East-West Shrine Game besides one hold when he got a little carried away. I am looking forward to seeing what he can do against a bit better competition at the Senior Bowl)

      Billy Turner OT North Dakota St (I have watched NDSU play quite a bit and this dude was an absolute beast whenever I watched. He was a blowing people back multiple yards in the running game.. I am curious if he could play some OG because I think he would be a nice mid round pick although lately I have seen him soaring up boards)

      Marcel Jensen TE Fresno St (Big guy who can block well but wasn't really utilized much in the passing game this year at Fresno St because of their spread offense. I want to see what he can do with a chance to make some catches)

      Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt (He is a very solid WR who has slid down into the 2nd round in a lot of the projections that I have seen lately. I think he would be a very good pick in the 2nd if he were available)

      Other guys I am going to be watching are: Cody Hoffman WR BYU, Christian Jones LB Florida St, Chris Davis CB Auburn, Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois, Dee Ford OLB/DE Auburn, Travis Swanson C Arkansas, Arthur Lynch TE Georgia, Will Sutton DT Arizona St, Caraun Reid DT Princeton
      I like Joran Tripp alot. Had em as a sleeper early on in the season when he was ranked as a 6th-7th rd prospect, and now CBSsports has em as a 3rd/4th rd prospect. Hes got the size to hold up as a 3 down LB and isn't reglegated to only being a downhill thumper. He can cover some as well.

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      • #18
        Heres a writeup on Aaron Donalds weigh in from Walts site...



        Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald (6-0, 288) has a some serious muscle in his chest and arms. He has a huge upper body, and scouts were talking about how he looked stout. Unfortunately, Donald is probably maxed out in terms of weight. He still is very strong for his size and looks like he spends a lot of time in the weight room.

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        • #19
          Andddd Aaron Colvin tears his ACL at the Senior Bowl. WOW

          http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...t-senior-bowl/
          SuperMario82 on old GMB

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Kovalchuk71 View Post
            Andddd Aaron Colvin tears his ACL at the Senior Bowl. WOW

            http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...t-senior-bowl/
            Thats terrible! Sucks so bad for him, and now i gotta change my 7rd mock i'm working on on "draftsite".. I had em going in the 3rd rd to the Chicago Bears.. Poor kid!

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            • #21
              I usually go every year.. However this year I have to have knee surgery Thursday prior to the game.. I love going to the practices all week and it's just an enjoyable experience running into both college player and NFL players and coaches in the local restaurants around town.. Last year stood next to Nick Saban and watched as he signed people's programs, footballs and jerseys for 40/45 minutes. Was very surprised. Yesterday my friend said he was sitting right behind Jerry Jones, I told him he should of flicked his ear...lol
              Last edited by miked1958; 01-21-2014, 06:49 PM.
              Football has been very, very good to us.
              After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
              But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

              # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

              1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
              2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
              3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
              4-New York Giants!!!
              5-NE
              Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

              ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
                Well Jernigan is a very strong run defender. FSU 2 gaps a lot so statistically he doesnt have the numbers of the other DT's but I think physically he translates very well as an interior pass rusher
                If you go back and look at 2012, when they had a different DC and played a 1 gap system, you see a lot of penetration by TJ.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Kovalchuk71 View Post
                  Andddd Aaron Colvin tears his ACL at the Senior Bowl. WOW

                  http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...t-senior-bowl/
                  I was a bit dissapointed in the NFL Network crew as it relates to the Colvin injury.

                  They keep harping on why they can't understand why guys turn down the opportunity to play in the senior bowl practices and game -- saying the kids have nothing to lose. Then Colvin goes down and they say --- we feel really bad for the kid but they never say --- this (injury) is one reason some kids may not want to play here. Me personally - if I'm a sure fire 1st round pick ---- I would not want to take a chance with an injury before the draft.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by BleedingBlue123 View Post
                    I was a bit dissapointed in the NFL Network crew as it relates to the Colvin injury.

                    They keep harping on why they can't understand why guys turn down the opportunity to play in the senior bowl practices and game -- saying the kids have nothing to lose. Then Colvin goes down and they say --- we feel really bad for the kid but they never say --- this (injury) is one reason some kids may not want to play here. Me personally - if I'm a sure fire 1st round pick ---- I would not want to take a chance with an injury before the draft.
                    I would agree when you say being a bit skeptical about doing the Senior Bowl if you are a lock in the 1st round. I personally think that the guys who should be doing the game are people that are in the mid-late rounds who are trying to showcase their skills to maybe boost their stock into the first few rounds. Also there are the small school guys who should do it if they get the invite IMO. Colvin is a guy that I agreed with his decision to play in the game because he was around a third round projection and had the chance to rise up with a good showing... It is a shame but hopefully he can recover quickly and will get a chance to make an impact in the league because I was a fan of him coming into the game.
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                    Mock Draft
                    1st) O.J Howard TE Bama 2nd) D. Walker DE F.S.U 3rd) S. Perine RB Oklahoma
                    4th) E. Magnuson OT/OG Mich 5th) J. Replogle DT Purde
                    6th) Fred Ross WR Miss St 7th) J. Reeves-Maybin LB Tenn
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                    Strick's 2015 All-Sleeper Team - http://boards.giants.com/showthread....t=sleeper+team

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
                      I would agree when you say being a bit skeptical about doing the Senior Bowl if you are a lock in the 1st round. I personally think that the guys who should be doing the game are people that are in the mid-late rounds who are trying to showcase their skills to maybe boost their stock into the first few rounds. Also there are the small school guys who should do it if they get the invite IMO. Colvin is a guy that I agreed with his decision to play in the game because he was around a third round projection and had the chance to rise up with a good showing... It is a shame but hopefully he can recover quickly and will get a chance to make an impact in the league because I was a fan of him coming into the game.
                      Not to mention Colvin is coming off a crap season that saw his stock fall into the 3rd rd range from preseason 1st rd pick. He needed to be there for better or worse.. He'll still get picked in the 5th rd or something, instead of 3rd/4th..

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by nycsportzfan View Post
                        Not to mention Colvin is coming off a crap season that saw his stock fall into the 3rd rd range from preseason 1st rd pick. He needed to be there for better or worse.. He'll still get picked in the 5th rd or something, instead of 3rd/4th..
                        Agreed. I really liked him coming into the year but he really did nothing but hurt his stock. It sucks that he caught such a ****ty break. I would be happy picking him in the 5th round range. A lot of talent if he can recover and bounce back
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                        __________________________________________________ ______
                        Mock Draft
                        1st) O.J Howard TE Bama 2nd) D. Walker DE F.S.U 3rd) S. Perine RB Oklahoma
                        4th) E. Magnuson OT/OG Mich 5th) J. Replogle DT Purde
                        6th) Fred Ross WR Miss St 7th) J. Reeves-Maybin LB Tenn
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                        Strick's 2015 All-Sleeper Team - http://boards.giants.com/showthread....t=sleeper+team

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by NYGfanSTRICK View Post
                          Agreed. I really liked him coming into the year but he really did nothing but hurt his stock. It sucks that he caught such a ****ty break. I would be happy picking him in the 5th round range. A lot of talent if he can recover and bounce back
                          Ya, i'd be stoked getting em in the 5th!!!lol So, that tells ya right there, in this specific case, it was needed for Colvin to be there and it really didn't hurt em all that much, as far as if he didnt go at all, as he'll still get picked relatively about where they had em going..

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                          • #28
                            Heres Walts partner Charlie Campbell's practice report from Today(1/23/14). Hes reporting live from the Sr.Bowl..



                            2014 Senior Bowl Practice Report




                            This is Charlie Campbell's Wednesday 2014 Senior Bowl Practice Report. Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.

                            If you want to see other 2014 Senior Bowl Reports, click the link.

                            Follow me @walterfootball for updates, and stay tuned all week for tons of 2013 Senior Bowl coverage.








                            Wednesday's 2014 Senior Bowl Practice Report: North

                            By Charlie Campbell - @draftcampbell

                            The North team took the field Wednesday in Ladd-Peebles Stadium for their third practice of the Senior Bowl. The Atlanta Falcons' coaching staff had the players practicing in full pads. Atlanta's staff kept the North squad going at a good pace and at a reasonably physical level. The players started the session with some installation and work in individual position groups. After that, the North did a few one-on-one sessions, a few periods of special teams work and a team scrimmage. Here is a rundown of the noteworthy players.

                            Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald completed his phenomenal week of practice with another dominant session. Donald couldn't be stopped in the pass rushing one-on-ones. He got started by burning Baylor guard Cyril Richardson with a speed rush. He used some power and then speed to get by Utah State's Tyler Larsen. Donald showed great hand usage to shed a block from Tennessee State's Kadeem Edwards with speed to burst away. Edwards and Clemson's Brandon Thomas were able to get some draws against Donald by stuffing bull rushes. Donald got penetration, but not enough to get to the quarterback marker.

                            During the team scrimmage, Donald blew by Edwards to get a tackle for a loss on a run play. Donald has been one of the best players in Mobile and has made himself a lot of money this week. His pass-rushing skills as a three technique are very rare and he could be a potential double-digit sacker in the NFL.





                            Stanford defensive end/outside linebacker Trent Murphy had a good day on Wednesday. He burned Kadeem Edwards around the left side to get a blind side sack of Logan Thomas during the team scrimmage. Long after Murphy would have had the sack, Thomas forced a throw into a crowd of defenders around a receiver and Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland was able to pick the ball off. In the 9-on-9 run scrimmage, Murphy had a nice play to beat Miami tackle Seantrel Henderson around the edge to get to the back for no gain. Murphy then had a speed rush in the one-on-ones initially blocked by Notre Dame's Zack Martin, but on a second effort, Murphy was able to get free to get to the quarterback marker. Murphy also had a pressure but was eventually stopped short of the marker by Clemson's Brandon Thomas.

                            North Carolina defensive end Kareem Martin had an impressive play in the 11-on-11 scrimmage when he blew up a run in the backfield and hugged James White a few yards short of the line of scrimmage. Martin had some losses in the one-on-ones, including one to Miami tackle Seantrel Henderson.

                            Michigan right tackle Michael Schofield had an ugly day on Tuesday, but showed improvement on Wednesday. He hung with a fast spin move from Missouri's Michael Sam to win a one-on-one rep. Schofield rode Virginia Tech's James Gayle around the pocket and planted him into the turf. However, Louisville's Marcus Smith was able to use speed and dip underneath Schofield to win a rep off the edge and Minnesota's Ra'Shede Hageman pushed him into the marker on a bull rush.

                            Minnesota's Ra'Shede Hageman had another nice practice, and he had a good win against Colorado State center Weston Richburg with a speed rush.

                            Utah State center Tyler Larsen has also shown improvement this week. He had some good moments on Wednesday including stuffing a rush from Hageman.







                            Notre Dame left tackle Zack Martin had a win against Penn State's DaQuan Jones when he anchored on a bull rush. Martin also had an impressive win when he pushed North Carolina defensive end Kareem Martin outside of the pocket and into the turf. Zack Martin has had a strong week of practice to answer some doubts.

                            UCLA wide receiver Shaq Evans had a pretty one-handed catch in the back of the end zone during the receiving one-on-ones. He beat Utah State's Nevin Lawson on the play for a step of separation, but Lawson came back to blanket Evans on another throw and slap the ball away.

                            Oregon's Josh Huff had a nice touchdown reception, but he used a push-off on North Carolina State's Dontae Johnson to get open. Huff and Wisconsin's Jared Abbrederis have played well this week.

                            Abbrederis showed his superb route-running by getting open in the front of the end zone on curl route for a reception. He beat Northern Illinois' Jimmie Ward on the play.

                            Wisconsin running back James White had another impressive practice in blitz protection. White rode around Illinois linebacker Jonathan Brown for his first win. In the rematch, White held up and pushed Brown away from the pocket. White was rocked back a bit by Iowa's Christian Kirksey on a bull rush, but held his ground to get a draw. On their rematch, White stuffed a spin move from Kirksey. White beat Kirksey on his final rep. White also showed some nice receiving ability out of the backfield. White has really helped himself this week.

                            West Virginia's Charles Sims and Toledo's David Fluellen had some wins and some losses, but neither back is close to being as good at White in pass blocking.

                            Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt struggled in pass protection. Louisville's Marcus Smith used some power to shed a block before bolting by Hewitt. Kirksey flew by Hewitt on a spin move while UCLA's Jordan Zumwalt used a swim move to beat Hewitt. Hewitt finally got a win going against Wisconsin's Chris Borland and Hewitt also had a win blocking Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon when Dixon tried to run around him.





                            Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd had his best practice of the week. Boyd got started by throwing a fastball through a tight window to Jared Abbrederis in zone coverage. He then threw a beautiful deep ball that dropped in over Lindenwood cornerback Pierre Desir to Northwestern wide receiver Kain Colter in the team scrimmage. Desir had tight coverage but was beaten by a nice catch and a great throw.

                            Boyd had a good play from the 20-yard line where he saw nothing open, scrambled forward and threw a short pass on the run to Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt. Hewitt had an open field and coasted into the end zone. Boyd needed a good practice and came through with one.

                            Miami quarterback Stephen Morris hasn't had a big week either. In the team scrimmage he hit a slant to Wyoming's Robert Herron who cut back to dodge Wyoming's Marqeston Huff and dart down the field for a nice gain. Morris and Herron hooked up again when he beat Huff on an out route.

                            WalterFootball.com will have more practice reports, post-practice interview observations and rumormill entries this week live from Mobile. Follow me or Walt (@walterfootball) for updates.

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                            • #29
                              Zach Martin continues to rise..

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                              • #30
                                Notice Aaron Donald with yet another dominat performance.

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