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EJ Manuel. will show off impressively in a camp setting. hes always good til the pressure is on him.
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A horns fan posted earlier that Goodwin claims a 4.28 40m time, and I'm not sure if that's realistic or not... but he has legit track times to back up those claims. His fastest 100m that I can find for him is a 10.24, which could put him under 4.3 if he hits it right.
Don't think ND has any that own the combine, but I think Cierre Woods surprises folks. Eifert will shine in receiving drills, but not expecting him to kill in the other physical aspects.
A few t watch for LSU that are good at testing
Micheal Ford-watch his 40 and his lifting numbers. Kid's a monster on the weights
Mingo-will destroy the athletic portions. Honestly the only concern is what he weighs in at. Freakish athlete
Tharold Simon-he's gonna test well if he's been working. A 6'3 kid with his athletic ability at CB gets people's attention
Mathieu-just because I'm interested to see just how big he really is and how he tests. Betting neither are what people think. He's small and not really as fast as he appears. Put him on the field and he turns beast.
Not too shabby
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
John Simon, most reps of 225 and he should be able to break the record
How many are you guessing? Braxton Cave is a freak on the weights too.
Watson > Fluker
Its not even that close, Watson is ten times the talent
Fluker is just a big ol bear that played for Bama, so he gets the hype
Watson is the much better talent, player and his upside kills DJ's
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fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Onterio will prolly be in the top 3 for the fastest 40
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Let him fall to the vikings! but I also would like to see paterson come up to buffalo..that or if jarvis in some crazy world falls down to 8 as you said
I guess Robert Woods but he'll probably test well, nothing crazy.
Not too many bug numbers coming out for us this year.
Alec Ogletree, he'll blow up the combine drunk
Karlos Williams is gonna be the good boy version of him in a couple of years, its scary how well both of them can run at their respective sizes
Assuming he's not passed out on the sideline you could be right.
For Michigan State:
Tight end Dion Sims - 6'4.7 262 lbs (big, fast, athletic TE that just hasn't been healthy during college)
Defensive end William Gholston - Athletic freak of a DE who still needs to improve his technique but will probably go pretty high based on his potential alone
John Simon will bench press Jesse Williams 53 times
he wouldn't let his players pose in the Playboy All-American magazine edition, he said, "Cause you can't play football with an erection."
I think from Nebraska you have to go with Rex Burkhead.
He's going to impress peoe with his shuttle I would guess if there was ever a guy to impress someone in the interview it's be this guy.
He will be a fan favorite for whatever lucky team picks him. The kid will be a steal whenever he gets picked.
Probably 4th or 5th round cuz he's white.
Baker Steinkuler is an interesting prospect for a 3-4 DE. hasn't he outside before but would fit nicely in the right scheme. Green Bay would be a nice fit for him. good value anywhere in the 3rd day.
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Dion Jordan's going to blow the combine up. He's 6'7", 250 ahd maybe more now. He's going to run a low 4.4's 40. He's going to show he can rush thr edge as quick or quicker then any DE's in the draft. He can rush standing up and with his hands in the dirt.
Being an ex TE he knows a TE/WR/RB's routes which makes him excellent in pass coverage. A 6'7", 250 lbs DE that runs a 4.4 40 can and did cover anyone from a TE to a WR. He's already a top 15 pick and after the combine I won't be shocked if he goes in top 5. Lions, Jets, Bills, Chargers or Saints will take him.
Kiko Alonso is a 6'4.5", 250 lbs ILB and he's extremely physical, quick and athletic. He'll get more recognition after the combine and his stock will jump. Possibly a 2nd rd pick. No later then rd 3.
Kyle Long is a 6'7.5", 315 lbs OG who's athleticism is off the charts. He only played D1 football for one year and jumped into a starting roll at LG and he basically shut every defender he faced down. He pulls with purpose and is great at blocking at the second level. He's ideal size for an OL. If his arms were a bit longer he'd be projected at tackle, but it looks like guard is his bread and butter.
Great pedigree. Dad is a hall of famer and his brother is a probowl DE currently. Both Howie and Chris said Kyle is the best athlete in the family. If Long would've been eligable to come back one more year at Oregon, there's no doubt in my mind he'd be a first round pick. Unfortunately thr lack of exposure will hurt a bit. I see him going in the 2nd round. Maybe, just maybe he can crack the first round after an impressive combine, but round 2 sounds about right.
If Jordan runs that fast I'll shit the bed. Personally think Mingo has the fastest 40x out of the DE's.
No he's not are you serious? Dumbest post I've read here in months
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
I remember my first combine.
Thanks for the 40 time Corch Urbz.
How good is Jordan? Mayock is high on him. Wondering if Kelly takes him at 4...
When he was 16 he could do 31. It was reported he could do 48 before he enrolled at Ohio State.
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