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    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="juice33s"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    Kelechi Osemele vs Oklahoma




    Iowa State LT that is getting a lot of hype as the top guard prospect. Havent seen a lot of him hopwe U guys enjoy.







    Jamarkus Mcfarland vs Iowa State 2010




    This kid has been a disappointment for the most part. He was a highly sought after 5 star recruit that showed up in Norman as a 280 pound freshman.He had a NY Times piece written about him http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/26/sp...26recruit.html . He was expected to take over for Gerald Mccoy immediately but has yet to break the starting lineup. He may not start again this year and thats after starter Stacy Mcgee got arrested for Marijuana possession. However he is extremely physically talented and the light could switch on at any time. He is one of those guys that could just burst onto the scene and be the best DT in the country . Ive seen it plenty of times at that position

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    For being such a big guy Osmele sure does get pushed back alot....What is he Nigerian? (kidding)
    [/quote]

    I chuckled

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    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    According to Bodog VA Tech RB David Wilson currently has the 36th best odds in the nation to win the 2011 Heisman trophy at 90/1

    Top 10 are as follows:
    Andrew Luck (QB Stanford) 9/2

    Landry Jones (QB Oklahoma) 13/2

    Marcus Lattimore (RB South Carolina) 7/1

    Denard Robinson (QB Michigan) 15/2

    LaMichael James (RB Oregon) 15/2

    Trent Richardson (RB Alabama) 12/1

    Justin Blackmon (WR Oklahoma State) 15/1

    Kellen Moore (QB Boise State) 15/1

    Knile Davis (RB Arkansas) 15/1

    Ryan Broyles (WR Oklahoma) 15/1



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    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="juice33s"]According to Bodog VA Tech RB David Wilson currently has the 36th best odds in the nation to win the 2011 Heisman trophy at 90/1

    Top 10 are as follows:
    Andrew Luck (QB Stanford) 9/2

    Landry Jones (QB Oklahoma) 13/2

    Marcus Lattimore (RB South Carolina) 7/1

    Denard Robinson (QB Michigan) 15/2

    LaMichael James (RB Oregon) 15/2

    Trent Richardson (RB Alabama) 12/1

    Justin Blackmon (WR Oklahoma State) 15/1

    Kellen Moore (QB Boise State) 15/1

    Knile Davis (RB Arkansas) 15/1

    Ryan Broyles (WR Oklahoma) 15/1


    [/quote]

    Not a bad list imho, though I do think Denard Robinson is more of a longshot and as exciting as he is on his feet, I dont like him there with all that is going on at Michigan.The new coach there runs a pro style offense which to me, means Robinson may end up playing another position.

  4. #114

    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room



    Mike Martin vs Indiana




    This is the best DT game tape ivebroken down so far. It is Indiana though going to have to break down some more games


  5. #115

    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    Mike Martin vs Indiana




    This is the best DT game tape ivebroken down so far. It is Indiana though going to have to break down some more games

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    ESPN.com has him as their 2nd strongest player in college football and Muscle prodigy.com has him as THE strongest player in college football

    Mike Martin, NT, Michigan Wolverines



    The
    Wolverines' defense might have been flimsy last season, but don't blame
    Martin. The 298-pounder, a guy who won a high school state wrestling
    title in his first season competing in the sport, is a freak. He's
    squatted more than 700 pounds, power cleaned 430, hang cleaned 475 and
    bench pressed more than 500. Oh, and he's run the 40-yard dash in the
    4.9-second range.





    1) Mike Martin



    DT, Michigan Wolverines



    62, 300 lbs.



    Senior





    Anyone
    who can bench press 505 pounds, squat 700 pounds, power clean 430
    pounds, hang clean 475 pounds and run a 4.9 second 40 yard dash is
    deserving of the top spot on this list. Martin does it all in the weight
    room and on the athletic field. Not only does he excel in football but
    he was a two-time high school state champion in wrestling and the shot
    put in his hometown state of Michigan. Martin is looking to improve on
    his solid play after getting All-Conference selection by both the
    coaches (2nd team) and the media (honorable mention) last season.

    http://www.muscleprodigy.com/the-top...arcl-1753.html






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    I like this vid I made Cliff Harris is exposed a little in it




    Cliff Harris vs Tennessee and Arizona 2010


  7. #117

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    I just watched his film against Indiana and dude is a beast. His giving it his all ever single play to break through the offensive line. The only thing that I didn't like is that he's too committed to breaking the offensive line. There was a screen play that happened and he could've batted the ball down if he was aware of what was happening.

  8. #118

    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"]

    I like this vid I made Cliff Harris is exposed a little in it




    Cliff Harris vs Tennessee and Arizona 2010

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    Blown coverages aside, I just don't think he's physically strong enough to be an everydown player in the NFL. More likely than not he'll be a return specialist who only plays passing downs at the next level, but the question remains, is that worth a 1st round pick?

    I say yes, but late 1st round, not top 15 like alot of mocks have him going right now.

  9. #119

    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="juice33s"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


    I like this vid I made Cliff Harris is exposed a little in it




    Cliff Harris vs Tennessee and Arizona 2010




    [/quote]
    Blown coverages aside, I just don't think he's physically strong enough to be an everydown player in the NFL. More likely than not he'll be a return specialist who only plays passing downs at the next level, but the question remains, is that worth a 1st round pick?

    I say yes, but late 1st round, not top 15 like alot of mocks have him going right now.
    [/quote]




    I wouldnt want him on my team. I dont care about all the big plays. He is a diva and is way to soft for me


  10. #120

    Re: 2012 Draft Film Room

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="juice33s"][quote user="Redeyejedi"]


    I like this vid I made Cliff Harris is exposed a little in it




    Cliff Harris vs Tennessee and Arizona 2010




    [/quote]
    Blown coverages aside, I just don't think he's physically strong enough to be an everydown player in the NFL. More likely than not he'll be a return specialist who only plays passing downs at the next level, but the question remains, is that worth a 1st round pick?

    I say yes, but late 1st round, not top 15 like alot of mocks have him going right now.
    [/quote]




    I wouldnt want him on my team. I dont care about all the big plays. He is a diva and is way to soft for me

    [/quote]
    Harris was cited by state police for speeding,
    and driving without a license.
    Turns out he's been ticketed for
    speeding and driving without a license three times in the last 18
    months
    .

    Nevermind this guys stock is plummeting as we speak (FYI for those not in the know, he was caught speeding at upwards of 118mph in a car rented by a UO employee)



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