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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 11:10 pm    Post subject: Players you would like the Saints to watch at the combine Reply with quote

Here is my full list of players at every position, (excluding TE&P) who i think the saints should watch closely at the combine. I put an astrict next to two players from each group denoting which two i like the most in the group, (DL group got four).

Pos. Name HT. WT. Class College


QB-A.Maurray* 61 201 RsSr. Georgia
J.Garoppolo* 62 219 Sr. E.Illinois

OW-D.Thomas* 59 170 Jr. Oregon
D.Archer* 58 175 RsSr. Kent State

WR-K.Benjamin 65 235 RsSo. FSU
B.Cooks 510 186 Jr. Oregon State
J.Mathews* 63 209 Sr. Vanderbilt
D.Moncrief* 62 226 Jr. Ole Miss
B.Coleman 65 220 RsJr. Rutgers
K.Norwood 62 197 RsSr. Alabama
J.Landry 60 195 Jr. LSU

OT-C.Kouandjio 65 310 Jr. Alabama
M.Moses* 66 325 Sr. Virginia
A.Richardson 66 327 Jr. Tennessee
B.Turner* 65 316 Sr. N.Dakota State
J.Bitonio 64 307 RsSr. Nevada
J.James 66 315 Sr. Tennessee
M.Schofield 64 303 RsSr. Michigan
S.Henderson 67 331 Sr. Miami
C.Lucas 68 329 RsSr. Kansas State

OG-D.Yankey* 65 314 RsJr. Stanford
G.Jackson* 64 339 RsSr. Mississippi State
K.Edwards 64 309 Sr. Tennessee State

C-W.Richburg* 64 300 Sr. Colorado State
M.Martin* 63 310 Jr. USC
B.Stork 64 306 RsSr. FSU
T.Larsen 64 317 Sr. Utah State

K-C.Boswell* 62 183 RsSr. Rice
A.Fera* 61 218 RsSr. Texas

S-C.Pryor* 62 208 Jr. Louisville
J.Ward* 511 191 Sr. N.Illinois
D.Bucannon 61 216 Sr. Washington state
E.Reynolds 62 206 RsJr. Stanford
T.Brooks 511 197 Sr. FSU
D.Bailey 60 200 RsJr. USC
M.Huff 511 198 Sr. Wyoming
DB-L.Joyner* 58 190 Sr. FSU
S.Jean-Baptiste* 63 215 Sr. Nebraska
K.McGill 63 214 RsSr. Utah
A.Exum 60 220 RsSr. Virginia Tech

CB-J.Gilbert* 60 200 Sr. Oklahoma State
K.Fuller* 60 194 Sr. Virginia tech
V.Hampton 510 202 RsJr. S. Carolina
P.Desir 61 195 RsSr. Lindenwood
C.Davis 510 201 Sr. Auburn
A.Hal 511 190 Sr. Vanderbilt

OLB-K.Van Noy* 63 244 RsSr. BYU
T.Reily 65 255 RsSr Utah
J.Attaochu 63 252 Sr. GT
D.Kennard 63 257 RsSr. USC
T.Starr 64 249 Sr. S.Dakota
D.Ford* 62 243 RsSr. Auburn
T.Murphy 66 252 RsSr. Stanford
D.Lawrence 63 245 RsJr. Boise State

ILB-C.Jones 64 234 Sr. FSU
Y.Smallwood* 63 236 RsJr. UConn
C.Kirksey 62 234 RsSr. Iowa
C.Borland* 60 245 RsSr. Wisconsin

DL-S.Crichton* 63 265 RsJr. Oregon State
C.Smith* 61 266 Sr. Arkansas
K.Martin 66 272 Sr. N.Carolina
M.Sam 62 260 RsSr. Missouri
W.Clarke 66 271 RsSr.W.Virginia
B.Urban 66 298 Sr. Virginia
R.Hageman* 66 318 RsSr. Minnesota
S.Tuitt* 66 312 Jr. ND
A.Johnson 62 295 Jr. LSU
D.Jones 64 323 Sr. Penn State
C.Reid* 62 301 RsSr. Princeton
J.Ellis 62 342 RsSr. La. Tech

I would like to add that i made this list while keeping in mind that we have the 27th pick, so any player i thought would very likely be gone by our pick i did not include.

Please post the players you belive we should be watching closely at the combine.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 1:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No Shazier?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:15 am    Post subject: Re: Players you would like the Saints to watch at the combin Reply with quote

In no specific order, here are the top 10 players that I will be keeping a very close watch on as it pertains to possible selections at 27...

1. Timmy Jernigan [DT; Florida State]
2. Odell Beckham Jr. [WR; Louisiana State]
3. Cyrus Koundjio [OT; Alabama]
4. Zach Martin [OG; Notre Dame]
5. Kony Elay [DE; Missouri]
6. Darqueze Dennard [CB; Michigan State]
7. Calvin Pryor [FS; Louisville]
8. CJ Mosley [ILB; Alabama]
9. Stephon Tuitt [DE; Notre Dame]
10. Kelvin Benjamin [WR; Florida State]



As far 2nd-3rd round prospects, these guys intrigue me...

1. Deone Bucannon [SS; Washington State]
2. Kyle Fuller [CB; Virginia Tech]
3. Jarvis Landry [WR; Louisiana State]
4. Antonio Richardson [OT; Tennessee]
5. Louchiez Purifoy [CB; Florida]
6. Anthony Johnson [DT; Louisiana State]
7. Bashaud Breeland [CB; Clemson]
8. Jordan Matthews [WR; Vanderbilt]
9. Jeremiah Attachou [OLB; Georgia Tech]
10. Donte Moncrief [WR; Ole Miss]


4th-6th rounders...

1. Andre Hal [CB; Vanderbilt]
2. Ryan Grant [WR; Tulane]
3. Dakota Dozier [OG; Furman]
4. Justin Ellis [DT; LA Tech]
5. Aaron Lynch [DE; South Florida]
6. Caraun Reid [DT; Princeton]
7. Pierre Desir [CB; Lindenwood]
8. Dante Johnson [CB; North Carolina State]
9. Kenny Ladler [FS; Vanderbilt]
10. James Wilder [RB; Florida State]
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really want to see Joyner the most. I think Christian Jones is going to blaze the 40 too
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FLOODx wrote:
I really want to see Joyner the most. I think Christian Jones is going to blaze the 40 too


Might not be the generic answer but I'm most intrigued to see Clowney...

I think this dude is going to blow scouts minds! I know they are already half hearted expecting it but when a physical specimen like Clowney is motivated (like he is) it will be a show.

Sadly I also feel Clowney's combine performance will be the most overrated as well. I think he'll dazzle in Indy because his max earning power in on the line and all the eyes will be on him but after he's taken in the top 3, I doubt the team that selects him will see that kind of effort again until the final year of his rookie contract when his money is on the line yet again.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think Dri Archer or De'Anthony Thomas in a later round could be our replacement for Sproles.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What about Shayne Skov ILB? Seems kinda slow but the combine won't lie. If he shows quickness, he could be a potential mid-late round draft pick.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 1:54 pm    Post subject: Will they trade down Reply with quote

If the Saints find Odell Beckham available at #27, I would take him. Why?
He is a game changer as a punt returner and WR. There are many other good players available, but not game changers. If Beckham, local boy who would have an intense following is gone, I would trade down. I believe there are a few teams in the early second or late first who would like to move up to grab a specific player. Let's say Houston for example.
At #33 I think LB Kyle Van Noy will be available.
At #59 if T Jack Mewhort is available, he would be a great pick who showed well at the Senior Bowl. I would let Strief go as he may be a bit expensive to re-sign. So may DeLaPuente.
At #91, I like C Marcus Martin who can also play guard. Many predict these two as NFL ready as rookies. If Tim Lelito, takes over at C, we have a capable backup who can also play guard or center. Or vice versa. Our running game should be improved.
In this scenario, the Saints get the first pick in the fourth round (c.#100) for trading down in the first. My choice is S Ahmad Dixon of Baylor. He is a SS who has the potential to be an early contributor.
With our own pick at #125, I would tab Brett Smith, QB of Wyoming. Smith is athletic and has considerable upside and is unknown by many.
Hopefully, with pick #160, Deion Blue, CB from Alabama is still available. With #195, I would take a chance on Deandre Coleman, DT from Cal. He has untapped potential and great size.
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