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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:02 pm    Post subject: NFL Combine Thread: Zero tread was given today.. Reply with quote

here is the official combine (underwear Olympics) schedule...

http://www.nflcombine.net/players/schedule

Weigh in and interviews start on Thursday.

lets us this thread to post results and modernity which players rising and falling.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Tread Lightly!
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 9:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://walterfootball.com/combine.php

Warmack is in at 317 Shocked I thought he would be about 330.

I really like how Cooper came in
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If Cooper proves that he can move as well as before, then I think he will be the #1 OG taken this year.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oday Aboushi
Virginia
6-5
308
33 7/8

Zach Allen
N.C. State
6-2
332
33 1/2

Terron Armstead
Arkansas-Pinebluff
6-5
306
34

Jeff Baca
UCLA
6-3
302
34 1/4

Alvin Bailey
Arkansas
6-3
312
34 3/4

David Bakhtiari
Colorado
6042
299
34

Chris Barker
Nevada
6-3
305
33

Nick Becton
Virginia Tech
6-5
323
35 1/2

Travis Bond
North Carolina
6-6
329
35 1/2

Braden Brown
Brigham Young
6-5
310
34 1/4

Braxston Cave
Notre Dame
6-3
303
32

Emmett Cleary
Boston College
6-7
316
34 1/4

Jonathan Cooper
North Carolina
6021
311
33

Jordan Devey
Memphis
6-7
317
32 3/4

Chris Faulk
LSU
6-5
331
34 1/4

Eric Fisher
Central Michigan
6072
306
34 1/2

D.J. Fluker
Alabama
6-5
339
36 3/4

Manase Foketi
West Texas A&M
6-5
318
34 1/2

Reid Fragel
Ohio State
6-8
308
33

Travis Frederick
Wisconsin
6-4
312
33

Rogers Gaines
Tennessee State
6-6
334
36 1/4

Garrett Gilkey
Chadron State
6-6
318
32 5/8

Tanner Hawkinson
Kansas
6-5
298
33 3/8

Eric Herman
Ohio
6-4
320
32 1/4

Khaled Holmes
USC
6-3
302
35

Mark Jackson
Glenville State
6-5
328
34 1/4

Luke Joeckel
Texas A&M
6060
306
34 1/4

Lane Johnson
Oklahoma
6060
303
35 1/4

Oscar Johnson
Louisiana Tech
6-5
331
34 1/4

T.J. Johnson
South Carolina
6-4
310
33 1/2

Jamaal Johnson-Webb
Alabama A&M
6-5
313
35 3/4

Barrett Jones
Alabama
6-4
306
34 1/8

Edmund Kugbila
Valdosta State
6-4
317
34 7/8

P.J. Lonergan
LSU
6-3
304
33

Kyle Long
Oregon
6-6
313
33 3/8

Joe Madsen
West Virginia
6-3
310
30

Lamar Mady
Youngstown
6-2
317
33 1/2

Luke Marquardt
Azusa Pacific
6-8
315
34 1/2

Stephane Milhim
UMass-Amherst
6-4
314
34 1/4

Jordan Mills
Louisiana Tech
6-5
316
34

Xavier Nixon
Florida
6-6
321
33 1/2

Vince Painter
Virginia Tech
6-4
306
34

Justin Pugh
Syracuse
6-4
307
32

David Quessenberry
San Jose State
6-5
302
34 3/8

Brian Schwenke
California
6-3
314
32

Matt Stankiewitch
Penn State
6-3
302
32 1/2

Dallas Thomas
Tennessee
6-5
306
33 1/8

Hugh Thornton
Illinois
6-3
320
34 1/8

J.C. Tretter
Cornell
6-4
307
33 3/8

Ricky Wagner
Wisconsin
6-6
308
34

Larry Warford
Kentucky
6-3
332
33 3/8

Chance Warmack
Alabama
6020
317
34 3/4

Earl Watford
James Madison
6-3
300
34

Menelik Watson
Florida State
6051
310
34

Jason Weaver
Southern Mississippi
6-4
313
34

John Wetzel
Boston College
6-7
315
34

Brennan Williams
North Carolina
6-6
318
34

Brian Winters
Kent State
6-4
320
32 3/4
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Holy arm length Fluker
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http://www.dallascowboys.com/news/article-BryanBroaddusBlog/Scout’s-Notebook-An-Early-Look-At-Draft’s-Best-O-Linemen-/330941fd-1ede-49f8-974e-a3516c1e9c58

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It will be interesting to see how well Cooper moves with the extra weight because he played in the 290 range in college. You get the sense listening to him talk that he wants to prove to scouts that he can play stronger than what he might have shown on film. His bench press goal at 225 for the combine is 35 reps and if he is able to hit that number it should put any of those questions from scouts to bed


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Larry Warford (OL51) and Alabama’s Chance Warmack (OL52) are working out back to back during the drills. This will be a great opportunity for scouts to get a comparison of how each of these guards measure up. Warford is a pound down from the Senior Bowl weighing in at 332 pounds which is a good thing. I have seen this work before when you have a player like Warmack who many think is the top guard on the board bring the best out of Warford who wants to prove to scouts that he needs to be in the discussion with him and Cooper.

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft2013/story/_/id/8969761/alabama-dee-milliner-top-cornerback-nfl-draft-faces-surgery-torn-labrum-combine

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Alabama's Dee Milliner, projected to be the top cornerback in the NFL draft and a top-five selection, will undergo surgery on a torn labrum in his right shoulder after this week's scouting combine, according to league sources.


However, even with the injury, Milliner will do every workout drill at the combine except for the bench press, and there is optimism about his availability for training camp.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dont know about Dee - typically 4-6 weeks recovery
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its A Sabotage wrote:
Jonathan Cooper:
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Cooper: "Up to 312 pounds and I feel stronger. A little more butt behind me"


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UNC OG Jonathan Cooper: "I played predominantly at guard but I took snaps at center in practice and played center in 1 game"


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Cooper: "I feel comfortable in a zone scheme, power scheme...I love pulling and getting out in space."


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Cooper: "I know there are a lot of great guards in this draft. If I'm drafted high but not the first one, that's fine too"

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Abe56 wrote:
Also an interesting tidbit from Tony Pauline

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- The biggest story thus far is the number of teams that have Jonathan Cooper/G/North Carolina ranked higher than Chance Warmack/G/Alabama on their offensive guard board. He’s much better blocking in motion compared to Warmack and a natural fit for a zone blocking scheme. Teams have referred to Cooper as “special” and they feel in time he can add weight, which will only improve his run blocking. I was told Cooper was told to purposely keep his weight down at North Carolina and would have no problem carrying additional bulk. On a side note I believe rival Mel Kiper claimed Cooper would be a top 8 pick just last week, so credit to Mel on this.

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Curious to see where some of these guys fall. Long, Pugh, Nixon, Schwenke, Fragel and few others are going to get hurt due to arm length.
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