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1/22/12 Senior Bowl tweets etc

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  1. RS12

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    Bart Hubbuch ‏@HubbuchNYP
    Zac Dysert was getting a lot of attention from Chiefs scouts after today's North practice.
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    Read a tweet last night 4Skins all over Lane Johnson, guess they expect him to drop
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    Benjamin Allbright ‏@NFLDraftMonster
    Manuel taking too long in 7v7. He looks the part off the field, just doesnt on. Major project. #SeniorBowl
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    Benjamin Allbright ‏@NFLDraftMonster
    Ej Manuel overthrowing the deep ball in 1v1 always bad sign,Usually means qb success hinged on track star wrs beating their man. #SeniorBowl
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    Taber Small ‏@tabersmall
    CB McFadden from San Diego St does a good job of staying with WRs. Needs to learn how to keep his hands off of them after 5 yds. #SeniorBowl
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    Eric Galko ‏@OptimumScouting
    Tyler Wilson's ball placement looking good in curl/hitch/dig routes, but throws that require touch, at levels or vertical, he's struggling.
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    Adam Caplan ‏@caplannfl
    Rice TE Vance McDonald with play of the day. Caught ball over opposite shoulder for deep TD.

    Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Stepfan Taylor/Stanford once again looking outstanding at the Senior Bowl
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    11m Jeff Risdon ‏@JeffRisdon
    Vance McDonald just embarrassed Robert Lester for a TD
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  3. RS12

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    Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Again: Montori Hughes/Tenn-Martin. Terrific quickness and power. Bullrushing opponents off the line.
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    3m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Tyler Wilson/QB very good today
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    5m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Montori Hughes/Tenn-Martin on a tear today.
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    6m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Zeke Ansah/BYU: lot of flashes little consistency.
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    13m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Stepfan Taylor/Stanford once again looking outstanding at the Senior Bowl
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    38m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Josh Boyd/Mississippi State looking good in early going of South practice.
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    1h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Practice page for North squad at the Senior Bowl posted...notes on 95% of the players who took the field this morning: http://www.draftinsider.net/
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Rex Ryan of the Jets taking in Senior Bowl practice from the top row of the coaches area.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Denard Robinson/Michigan struggling handling punts.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Aaron Mellette/Elon looking like he belongs this morning. Battling hard.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Marquise Goodwin/Texas and Markus Wheaton/Oregon State the best WRs this morning.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Datone Jones/UCLA flashing brilliance this morning.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Really have to like what see from Eric Fisher/CMU. Don't be surprised if people talk top 15 soon.
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    3h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Kwann Short/Purdue has been dominant at times this morning in North practice.
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    4h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    @McD5fl Johnson a left tackle prospect. Would they move Williams over?
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    5h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Trevardo Williams/UConn will miss Senior Bowl today due to an ankle sprain
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    6h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    @PigskinMedia slighty different name TFYDraft
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    16h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Senior Bowl day one stock report at http://Eagles.com : http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/n...k-Report/a4c41f4f-aa0a-4893-b07a-adf5b60e7bf9 …
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    16h Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    May seem strange but the Washington Redskins spent a ton of time with Lane Johnson/T/Oklahoma tonight..
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  4. RS12

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    3m Tony Pauline ‏@TonyPauline
    Another dominant day for Larry Warford/G/Kentucky.
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  5. DBOY3141

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    This is the draft to fix the OL. Gotta have 2 with the 1st 3 picks.
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    Thomas Melton ‏@TMeltonScouting
    Warford just absolutely dominated Boyd in pass protection. Gave him a good punch/shove and he fell over backwards. #Kentucky #seniorbowl
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  7. ABQcowboyJR

    ABQcowboyJR Well-Known Member

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    Things are starting to look too good for my cat warford. Might not be there for us in the second.
  8. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    I know. :(
  9. unionjack8

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    to 2015? lmfao
  10. dart

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    that will never happen

    they might even pick a O line until the 3 or 4
  11. IAmLegend

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    100% agreed.
  12. Risen Star

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    Mixed bag for defensive linemen
    Okafor had some ups and downs at Tuesday's practice. He has nice double moves and he's able to turn quickness into power and drive offensive linemen back and get their pads high. Then there were times he was driven five yards off the ball. He always looks good against pedestrian competition, and worked Wisconsin RT Ricky Wagner during practice, but when Okafor is facing guys like Fisher and Syracuse OL Justin Pugh he's less effective. A lot of his college production came against marginal competition. We need to go back to see how he performed against certain tackles. He has a lot of positives, but he needs to be studied.

    SMU DE Margus Hunt (6-8¼, 277) is just what you're looking for in a 5-technique (3-4 defensive end) in terms of size, potential and length. He's disruptive with his strength and long arms. Even when he's not making plays he can cause havoc, but you worry about the lack of suddenness in terms of his first step and change-of-direction ability. He lacked suddenness on Tuesday. He hasn't shown up a lot in the limited sample size we have so far, and we'll keep an eye on this raw prospect going forward to see what he can do.

    North Carolina's Sylvester Williams was underwhelming in Tuesday's practice. Williams did well bending the edge and with his body control, and he has explosive qualities to be a good 3-technique in the NFL, but he was neutralized every time we watched him. There were times he flashed his quickness, but he was most effective with his swim moves and you can't consistently rely on those in the NFL, because offensive linemen will tenderize your ribs. He didn't make a lot of big plays on Tuesday.

    We're most concerned with Purdue DT Kawann Short (6-3¼, 308). His upper-body power and short-area pop showed up in one-on-one drills, but he struggled during bag drills. Short was loose with his arms and didn't look like a guy who comes from a program that has produced numerous NFL defensive linemen.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/blog...-qb-mike-glennon-stood-day-2-senior-bowl-week
  13. Risen Star

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    Franklin leads RB group
    UCLA's Johnathan Franklin (5-10, 201) was the best of the backs, mostly because he was good in pass protection. Franklin was stout and tough in one-on-ones, and put a good chip block on a defensive lineman during the team period. That period is designed to benefit the defensive players and Franklin was very good.

    As a runner, he was patient, followed his blocks and showed good burst. Franklin's quickness also stood out, especially in individual drills.

    Oregon RB Kenjon Barner (5-9⅛, 188) had a good Tuesday as well. He has a hard time in pass protection because of his lack of size, but Barner works hard. He needs work on his technique in pass pro.

    Finally, Fresno State RB Robbie Rouse (5-5⅞, 186) had a hard time finding seams.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/blog...-qb-mike-glennon-stood-day-2-senior-bowl-week
  14. Risen Star

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    Glennon stands out in QB group

    North Carolina State's Mike Glennon had a good day and showed the strong, easy throwing motion we expected to see. This venue is made for him because he can let it rip here. Glennon was accurate on Tuesday, and had good timing and good ball placement. His decisions were good during seven-on-seven drills, with Glennon taking what the defense gave him and making underneath throws when they were needed.

    He also did well anticipating and throwing the ball deep into tight windows. He was consistent and took the step he needed to. It was a big improvement from yesterday, when Glennon was adjusting to new receivers.

    Syracuse's Ryan Nassib took a step back, though. There is a huge difference between him and Glennon when it comes to driving the ball down the field. Nassib needs to go off his back foot to get into his throws. Glennon doesn't need to do that. Nassib's passes died when he looked downfield.

    He did well in seven-on-seven drills, but he doesn't have that big-time arm. He also over-strides and was less accurate when throwing deep.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/blog...-qb-mike-glennon-stood-day-2-senior-bowl-week
  15. Risen Star

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    North notebook

    • Rutgers OLB Khaseem Greene (6-0½, 236) had the best day of the linebackers. He jumped an underneath route he shouldn't have during seven-on-sevens, but otherwise showed great instincts. Greene was always around the ball on run plays, and it was clear he was reacting more quickly than the other linebackers on the field. He also had a nice fumble recovery and matched up one-on-one with Barner in coverage.

    • Marshall's Aaron Dobson (6-2⅝, 203) and Oregon State's Markus Wheaton (5-11, 183) stood out in the wide receiver group.

    • Michigan WR/QB Denard Robinson didn't get a lot of reps because of a lingering injury, but he did have a nice double move against Utah St. DB Will Davis.

    • Connecticut CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson is 6-0½ and 192 pounds and has good range. He's physical as a press corner and can disrupt the routes of receivers. He ran with Dobson and recovered to break up the pass. You'd like to see better ball skills, though.

    • Washington CB Desmond Trufant (5-11⅛ 190) had a nice day Tuesday. He has quickness, anticipation and route recognition. Trufant is a little tight when he needs to make a full 180-degree turn and struggled to stay with Dobson, but his ability to recover and short-area quickness are good.

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/blog...-qb-mike-glennon-stood-day-2-senior-bowl-week
  16. Risen Star

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    You should be paying attention to Khaseem Greene if you aren't already. He's tailor made for the new defensive scheme.
  17. RamziD

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    He would be a good SLB for us. He'll probably be gone before we pick in the 3rd and I doubt we go LB in the first 2 rounds, though. But you never really know...after the first 20 picks or so, the draft is all up in the air. I'm sure he will be on our radar.
  18. RS12

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    Derick Brooks part 2.
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