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Kodaraw


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 1:47 pm    Post subject: Official 2014 Combine Thread Reply with quote

I figured this would be a good place to discuss prospects and the combine..

Noteable players:

OL:
Greg Robinson - 4.84 forty; 32 Reps;
Taylor Lewan - 4.87 forty; 29 reps;
Zack Martin - N/A Forty; 29 Reps;

Cyrus Kuandijo - 5.59 forty; 21 reps
Jake Matthews - 5.07 forty; 24 reps;
Xavier Su'a-Filo - 5.04 forty; 25 reps;
Travis Swanson - 5.28 forty; 20 reps;
Weston Richburg - 5.10 forty; 25 reps;
David Yankey - 5.48 forty; 22 reps;
Gabe Jackson - 5.51 forty; 30 reps;
John Urshal - 5.31 forty; 30 reps;
Chris Watt - 5.50 forty; 29 reps;
Matt Feller - 5.37 forty; 36 reps;
Russel Bodine - 5.18 forty; 42 reps;
Tyler Larson - N/A forty; 36 reps;
Corey Linsley - N/A forty; 36 reps;

TE:
Jace Amaro 4.74 forty; 28 reps; 33 inch vertical; 118 inch broad
Eric Ebron 4.6 forty; 24 reps; 32 inch vertical; 120 inch broad
C.J. Fiedorowicz 4.76 forty; 25 reps; 31.5 inch vertical; 116 inch broad
Crocket Gilmore 4.89 forty; DNP reps; 33.5 inch vertical; 120 inch broard
A.C Leonard 4.50 forty; 20 reps; 34 inch vertical; 128 inch broad
Colt Lyerla 4.61 forty; 15 reps; 39 inch vertical; 128 inch broad

Arthur Lynch 4.82 forty; 28 reps; 29.5 inch vertical; 116 inch broad
Troy Niklas DNP 40; 27 reps; 32 inch vertical; 114 inch broad;
Austin Seferian-Jenkins DNP 40; 20 reps; DNP vertical; DNP broad

WR:
Sammy Watkins - 4.43 forty; 16 reps; 34.0 inch vertical; 126.0 inch broad;
Marquese Lee - 4.52 forty; DNP reps; 38.0 inch vertical; 127.0 inch broad;
Mike Evans - 4.53 forty; 12 reps; 37.0 inch vertical; DNP broad;
Jordan Matthews - 4.46 forty; 21 reps; 35.5 inch vertical; 120.0 inch broad;
Davante Adams - 4.56 forty; 14 reps; 39.5 inch vertical; 123.0 inch broad;
Odell Beckham - 4.43 forty; 7 reps; 38.5 inch vertical; 122.0 inch broad;
Kelvin Benjamin - 4.61 forty; 13 reps; 32.5 inch vertical; 119.0 inch broad;
Martavis Bryant - 4.42 forty; 16 reps; 39.0 inch vertical; 124.0 inch broad;
Brandon Coleman - 4.56 forty; 21 reps; 32.5 inch vertical; DNP broad;
Bruce Ellington - 4.45 forty; 15 reps; 39.5 inch vertical; 120.0 inch broad
Jarvis Landry - 4.77 forty; 12 reps; 28.5 inch vertical; 110.0 inch broad;
Donte Moncrief - 4.40 forty; 13 reps; 39.5 inch vertical; 132.0 inch broad;
Paul Richardson - 4.40 forty; DNP reps; 38.0 inch vertical; 124.0 inch broad;
Allen Robinson - 4.60 forty; DNP reps; 39.0 inch vertical; 127.0 inch broad;


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Official times came in for the offensive linemen.

1. Taylor Lewan - 4.87
2. Greg Robinson - 4.92
9. Jake Matthews - 5.07
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I haven't turned on the combine yet, but I saw this from Andrew Brandt and I thought it was funny.

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NFL scouts at Combine: "Wow, he's fast/strong/quick!" NFL scouts next 3 months: "Yeah, but he was just running around in shorts."

https://twitter.com/adbrandt/status/437276625542316032
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Acgott wrote:
I haven't turned on the combine yet, but I saw this from Andrew Brandt and I thought it was funny.

Quote:
NFL scouts at Combine: "Wow, he's fast/strong/quick!" NFL scouts next 3 months: "Yeah, but he was just running around in shorts."

https://twitter.com/adbrandt/status/437276625542316032

Hopefully they can find enough wrong with Robinson's film to drop him to #12. Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gmen wrote:
Acgott wrote:
I haven't turned on the combine yet, but I saw this from Andrew Brandt and I thought it was funny.

Quote:
NFL scouts at Combine: "Wow, he's fast/strong/quick!" NFL scouts next 3 months: "Yeah, but he was just running around in shorts."

https://twitter.com/adbrandt/status/437276625542316032

Hopefully they can find enough wrong with Robinson's film to drop him to #12. Laughing


That would be amazing. He would be an excellent guard or tackle. He is probably one of the better if not best OL in recent years.
I forgot about Lewan... I'll update with him now

Haven't watched tape on some of these guys, but I included OL with strong showings.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Holy smokes Greg Robinson is some kind of athlete
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TE:
Jace Amaro 4.74 forty; 28 reps; 33 inch vertical; 118 inch broad
Eric Ebron 4.6 forty; 24 reps; 32 inch vertical; 120 inch broad
C.J. Fiedorowicz 4.76 forty; 25 reps; 31.5 inch vertical; 116 inch broad
Crocket Gilmore 4.89 forty; DNP reps; 33.5 inch vertical; 120 inch broard
A.C Leonard 4.50 forty; 20 reps; 34 inch vertical; 128 inch broad
Colt Lyerla 4.61 forty; 15 reps; 39 inch vertical; 128 inch broad
Arthur Lynch 4.82 forty; 28 reps; 29.5 inch vertical; 116 inch broad
Troy Niklas DNP 40; 27 reps; 32 inch vertical; 114 inch broad;
Austin Seferian-Jenkins DNP 40; 20 reps; DNP vertical; DNP broad

TE's underwhelmed for the most part. Amaro was a top performer in most categories. I think he could be a top TE ahead of Ebron. ASJ had an injury that prevented him from working out so we will have to wait until his pro day.

Colt Lylera looks like the best TE from an athletic standpoint. He's fast, explosive and can pluck the ball out of the air. He isn't a blocking TE right now, and will need to add strength. He also comes with a lot of baggage, but could be a steal as an UDFA.
A.C. Leonard is also a solid pass receiving TE, but he also comes with package.
This TE group leaves a lot to be desired.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2014 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Combine should only boost/downgrade a players stock by 5 percent.

Seeing yankey with those number will surely mean hes there with our second for sure. Possibly later.

Id rather take football players over athletes.
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bballbkd1001 wrote:
Combine should only boost/downgrade a players stock by 5 percent.

Seeing yankey with those number will surely mean hes there with our second for sure. Possibly later.

Id rather take football players over athletes.


As would I.
Yankey can rebound his stock with a strong pro day. A strong pro day will wipe out any sour taste from a bad combine.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2014 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we took Lewan, Yankey, and Andre Williams in the 3rd I'd be a very happy camper.
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NYGiantsman10 wrote:
If we took Lewan, Yankey, and Andre Williams in the 3rd I'd be a very happy camper.


No to Williams. He can't pass block any better than David Wilson... I'd prefer Carlos Hyde.
Dri Archer has impressed so far. He's extremely small, shifty, fast, but has put up pretty good bench press, vertical jump, and broad jump numbers.

4.29 unofficial 40; 20 bench reps; 122 inch broad jump; 38 inch vertical.
Clowney has underwhelemed. Only 20 bench reps.


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We met with WR Paul Richardson from Colorado today apparently. Seeing how he ran, wouldn't mind him being the 2nd or 3rd round pick.
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minutemancl wrote:
We met with WR Paul Richardson from Colorado today apparently. Seeing how he ran, wouldn't mind him being the 2nd or 3rd round pick.


WR numbers are up.

Martevis Bryant performed well ... Better than Watkins. Not sure how he did in drills, i'll have to go back and check. He could be a nice consolation prize though. He's 6'4.
Jarvis Landry had an absolutely horrible combine.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Barring the OT's being gone I think the pick is either Evans or Ebron.
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Harbinger wrote:
Barring the OT's being gone I think the pick is either Evans or Ebron.


I'm starting to think Barr may be there when we pick. I think we go defense with our first pick, unless one of the big 3 tackles are there.
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Let me give you my personal opinion, on what I think has happened.
It all started with the release of the coke machine in Brandon Jacobs.
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