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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    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?

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [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

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    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.





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    I loved Andre Roberts coming out of the draft. Seems like he comes from a good program.. but I dont know a damn about him

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dALAF-IbRag




    Brandon Harris vs Notre dame Sun Bowl




    not much here but its something


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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    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.


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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    A Guy i also think is being overlooked because of a slight lack of speed, that i quite honestly, didn't see that often in atual games, is Armon Binns... Heres a guy, that just tore up the college ranks, and everytime i seen him, he impressed me, and i'm seeing him in the 6th=7th rd range...lol What a joke! Mark my words, who ever gets this big strong, great hands, WR, is getting a sleeper, who gots num 2 type WR talent.. When i look at Binns, i see a Marty Booker type WR, which some might say, thats not that good, but hes very solid, with good hands, and can be any teams num 2, and i think his ceiling is of a num 1, but marty booker is what he settles into, if nothing else works out for him, with any luck, hes gonna be sensational...

    Mark it down, u heard it here first..Armon Binns is gonna be a NFL player for along time, and a very good one at that..

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [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.

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [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]oh and my boy locke outta kentucky. VERY underrated

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft



    Mason Foster vid I made




    Mason Foster vs Nebraska Holiday Bowl




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o71XCLuPeA8


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