Heres some interviews from teams to players at DAY 1 practice of Shrine Game.. Obviously this means very little, but its something to check out, and u never know...
New Orleans - Richmond safety Cooper Taylor
Philadelphia - Purdue cornerback Josh Johnson, California (PA) guard/center Eric Kush
San Diego - Clemson cornerback Xavier Brewer, James Madison offensive guard/center Earl Watford, Florida State wide receiver Rodney Smith
San Francisco - Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges, Louisiana-Lafayette cornerback Melvin White and Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore
Baltimore - Memphis guard/center Jordan Devey, North Carolina State safety Earl Wolff
Detroit - Glenville State offensive tackle Mark Jackson
Houston - South Florida cornerback Kayvon Webster, California (PA) guard/center Eric Kush, Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore, Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges
Jacksonville - Navy wide receiver Brandon Turner
Minnesota - Virginia Tech wide receiver Marcus Davis
Kansas City - Iowa wide receiver Keenan Davis, Portland State kicker Zach Brown, Mount Union wide receiver Jasper Collins
New Orleans - SMU fullback/running back Zach Line, Kansas safety Bradley McDougald, Oklahoma cornerback Damontre Hurst, Eastern Kentucky wide receiver Tyrone Goard,
Philadelphia - Calgary guard Kirby Fabien, USC defensive end Wes Horton, Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde
San Diego - Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Anthony Amos
San Francisco - Syracuse safety Shamarko Thomas, Illinois Terry
Arizona - Arizona wide receiver Dan Buckner, Texas A&M running back Christine Michael
Baltimore - USC defensive end Wes Horton
Chicago - Eastern Kentucky wide receiver Tyrone Goard
Cleveland - Iowa State linebacker A.J. Klein, Idaho State tight end Josh Hill
Denver - Mississippi State wide receiver Chad Bumphis
Houston - Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Anthony Amos
Last edited by nycsportzfan; 01-14-2013 at 09:47 PM.
the Honey Bager would be a great value in the 4th, guy is always around the ball.. Just need to stay out of trouble
After doing tape study on Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson, NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah compared Richardson's playing style to Bills NT Kyle Williams'.
Per ex-NFL scout Jeremiah, Richardson was "fun to watch" on film because he is "very quick" and "plays with a relentless motor." Williams was originally a fifth-round pick out of LSU, but has developed into one of the game's better 4-3 nose tackles. Richardson is more athletic than Williams and, of course, will be drafted much earlier. He's a shoo-in for the draft's first round.