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2010 NFL Scouting Combine invitees

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  1. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Seniors invited to participate in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Feb. 24-March 2 at Indianapolis (underclassmen and some seniors will be added later):

    Abilene Christian: OT Tony Washington.

    Alabama: CB Javier Arenas, NT Terrence Cody, DE Brandon Deaderick, G Michael Johnson, TE Colin Peek, K Van Tiffin, DE Lorenzo Washington, S Justin Woodall.

    Appalachian State: QB Armanti Edwards.

    Arizona: DT Earl Mitchell, CB Devin Ross.

    Arizona State: DE Dexter Davis, LB Travis Goethel, OT Shawn Lauvao, WR Chris McGaha, WR Kyle Williams.

    Arkansas: G Mitch Petrus, DT Malcolm Sheppard.

    Arkansas State: DE Alex Carrington.

    Auburn: RB Ben Tate.

    Baylor: WR David Gettis, C J.D. Walton.

    Boise State: CB Kyle Wilson.

    Boston College: LB Mike Mclaughlin, C Matt Tennant.

    BYU: QB Max Hall, TE Dennis Pitta, FB Manase Tonga.

    Buffalo: RB James Starks.

    Cal-Davis: WR Chris Carter.

    Cal: DE Tyson Alualu, WR Nyan Boateng, CB Syd'quan Thompson, WR Verran Tucker.

    Central Florida: DT Torell Troup.

    Central Michigan: QB Dan Lefevour.

    Cincinnati: WR Mardy Gilyard, QB Tony Pike.

    Citadel: WR Andre Roberts.

    Clemson: OLB Kavell Conner, WR Jacoby Ford, DE Ricky Sapp, RB C.J. Spiller.

    Colorado: TE Riar Geer.

    Colorado State:: T Cole Pemberton, G Shelley Smith.

    UConn: RB Andre Dixon, WR Marcus Easley, DE Lindsey Witten.

    Duke: QB Thaddeus Lewis, Vince Oghobaase.

    East Carolina: P Matt Dodge, DT Jay Ross, DE C.J. Wilson.

    Florida: WR Riley Cooper, DE Jermaine Cunningham, RS Brandon James, ILB Brandon Spikes, QB Tim Tebow.

    Florida State: CB Patrick Robinson, S Myron Rolle, OLB Dekoda Watson.

    Fordham: QB John Skelton.

    Fresno State: WR Seyi Ajirotutu, CB A.J. Jefferson, P Robert Malone, RB Lonyae Miller, WR West Chastin.

    Georgia: DT Geno Atkins.

    Hillsdale: OT Jared Veldheer.

    Idaho: G Mike Iupati.

    Illinois: G Jon Asamoah, TE Michael Hoomanawanui.

    Indiana: DE Jammie Kirlew, DE Greg Middleton, S Nick Polk, OT Rodger Saffold.

    Indiana (Pa.) : CB Akwasi Owusu-Ansah.

    Iowa: LB Pat Angerer, OT Kyle Calloway, OLB Andrew A.J. Edds, TE Tony Moeaki, G Dace Richardson.

    Kansas: WR Kerry Meier, S Darrell Stuckey.

    Kansas State: WR Brandon Banks, TE Jeron Mastrud.

    Kentucky: FB John Conner, ILB Micah Johnson, CB Trevard Lindley, OLB Sam Maxwell, DT Corey Peters.

    LSU: DE Rahim Alem, DT Charles Alexander, OT Ciron Black, OLB Harry Coleman, CB Chris Hawkins, RS Trindon Holliday, WR Brandon LaFell, OLB Perry Riley, RB Charles Scott, RB Keiland Williams, DT Al Woods.

    Louisiana Tech: DT D'Anthony Smith.

    Louisiana-Lafayette: DE Hall Davis.

    Louisville: WR Scott Long.

    Marshall: DE Albert McClellan.

    Maryland: CB Nolan Carroll.

    UMass-Amherst: OT Vlad Ducasse.

    Miami (Fla.) : TE Dedrick Epps, OT Jason Fox, TE Jimmy Graham, RB Javarris James, LB Darryl Sharpton.

    Michigan: DE Brandon Graham, P Zoltan Mesko, RB Brandon Minor.

    Michigan State: K Brett Swenson, WR Blair White.

    Minnesota: WR Eric Decker, OLB Simoni Lawrence, LB Nathan Triplett.

    Ole Miss: CB Marshay Green, DE Greg Hardy, WR Shay Hodge, OT John Jerry, S Kendrick Lewis, RB Dexter McCluster.

    Mississippi State: RB Anthony Dixon.

    Missouri: WR Danario Alexander, G Kurtis Gregory, WR Jared Perry, OLB Sean Weatherspoon.

    Missouri State: TE Clay Harbor.

    Murray State: DE Austen Lane.

    Nebraska: S Larry Asante, LB Phillip Dillard, C Jake Hickman, DT Ndamukong Suh.

    Nevada-Reno: S Jonathon Amaya.

    North Alabama: WR Preston Parker.

    North Carolina: OT Kyle Jolly, DT Cam Thomas.

    NC State: C Ted Larsen, DE Willie Young.

    North Dakota State: RB Pat Paschall.

    Northwestern: QB Mike Kafka, CB Sherrick McManis, DE Corey Wootton.

    Notre Dame: S Kyle McCarthy, C Eric Olsen, OT Sam Young.

    Ohio: WR Taylor Price.

    Ohio State: S Kurt Coleman, K Aaron Pettrey, DT Doug Worthington.

    Oklahoma: RB Chris Brown, TE Brody Eldridge, TE Jermaine Gresham, CB Brian Jackson, OT Trent Williams.

    Oklahoma State: CB Perrish Cox, OT Russell Okung, QB Zac Robinson, RB Keith Toston.

    Oregon: RB LeGarrette Blount, TE Ed Dickson, CB Walter Thurmond, S T.J. Ward.

    Oregon State: QB Sean Canfield, OLB Keaton Kristick.

    Penn State: QB Daryll Clark, OLB Sean Lee, DT Jared Odrick, TE Andrew Quarless.

    Pitt: TE Nate Byham, TE Dorin Dickerson.

    Purdue: DT Mike Neal, CB David Pender.

    Rutgers: CB Devin McCourty.

    San Jose State: OLB Justin Cole, DE Carl Ihenacho, WR Kevin Jurovich.

    SMU: WR Emmanuel Sanders.

    South Carolina: OLB Eric Norwood, S Darian Stewart.

    South Florida:S Nate Allen, CB Jerome Murphy, DE George Selvie, LB Kion Wilson.

    USC:OT Charles Brown, C Jeff Byers, RB Stafon Johnson, S Taylor Mays, TE Anthony McCoy, G Alex Parsons, CB Josh Pinkard, CB Kevin Thomas.

    Southern Illinois:p Scott Ravanesi.

    Stanford:TE Jim Dray, RB Toby Gerhart, OT Matt Kopa, DE Erik Lorig.

    Stillman: DE Junior Galette.

    Syracuse: DT Art Jones.

    Tennessee:RB Montario Hardesty, OT Chris Scott, DT Dan Williams.

    Texas: DT Lamarr Houston, DE Sergio Kindle, QB Colt McCoy, LB Roddrick Muckelroy, WR Jordan Shipley, OT Adam Ulatoski.

    TCU: LS Clint Gresham, DE Jerry Hughes, OT Marshall Newhouse, LB Daryl Washington.

    Texas Tech: G Brandon Carter, CB Jamar Wall.

    Toledo: S Barry Church, WR Stephen Williams.

    Troy: DE Brandon Lang, LB Boris Lee, DE Cameron Sheffield.

    Tulane: WR Jeremy Williams.

    UCLA: OLB Kyle Bosworth, CB Alterraun Verner.

    UNLV: G Joe Hawley, WR Ryan Wolfe.

    Utah: RB Matthew Asiata, OT Zane Beadles, DE Nawa'akoa Koa Misi, WR David Reed, OLB Steven Sylvester.

    Vanderbilt: CB Myron Lewis, OT Thomas Welch.

    Virginia: CB Chris Cook, FB Rashawn Jackson.

    Virginia Tech: P Brent Bowden, S Kam Chancellor, CB Stephan Virgil, OT Ed Wang.

    Wake Forest:OT Chris Degeare, CB Brandon Ghee.

    Washington: DE Daniel Te'o-Nesheim.

    Wayne State (Mich.): RB Joique Bell.

    West Virginia: WR Alric Arnett, QB Jarrett Brown, OT Selvish Capers.

    Western Michigan: QB Tim Hiller.

    William&Mary: DE Adrian Tracy.

    Wisconsin: TE Garrett Graham, DE O'Brien Schofield.

    Youngstown: WR Donald Jones.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/college-football/article/2010-01-11/2010-nfl-scouting-combine-invitees
  2. BigWillie

    BigWillie Well-Known Member

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    One player I know to keep an eye on is Nebraska safety Larry Asante. He should test VERY well and I know the Cowboys are also interested.
  3. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Asante looks the part as a Strong Safety. I'd have no problems drafting him anywhere between the 4th and 5th rounds.

    Out of the Huskers players coming out this year, I'd pay attention to Dillard as well. He's better suited as a MLB on a 4-3 defense because of his instints and speed, but I think he'd do very well as ILB on a 3-4.

    Another name to think about as a UDFA or 6th or 7th round draft pick, and who wasn't invited to the combines, is Barry Turner. I'd pay close attention to him during the workouts. He could be a very useful player as an OLB pass rushing specialist/special team player.
  4. BigWillie

    BigWillie Well-Known Member

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    Actually, Dillard would make a very good 3-4 ILB, if some team wanted him to play there.

    Dillard trimmed down to 230-235 this season after playing 250+ all of his college career. Even at the weight the guy is still a bull and great at taking on blocks. His ability to stop the run is actually what got him back in our lineup once Will Compton and Sean Fisher showed they were as soft as tissue paper.

    Once Dillard got on the field, he never looked back. He went on to have an outstanding season.

    The other bright spot about Dillard is that he is a very good coverage LB as well. Once Nebraska went into a primary nickel/dime defense for the B12 season to combat all the spread offenses in this conference, Dillard never came off the field. He was the LB in the middle of the defense still playing and never showed to be a liability.

    Just gotta keep the fire under that kid. He's known to get lazy and that, along with being a one year wonder, will make him fall.

    Matt O'Hanlon is another kid off that defense that may surprise some folks. Mentally tough as nails and a GREAT open field tackler. Will at the very least make a good ST demon for someone and possibly a decent safety.
  5. ajk23az

    ajk23az Through Pain Comes Clarity

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    Ha, Kyle Bosworth from UCLA is the nephew of Brian. I would bet Kyle has a better NFL career than "The Boz". :lmao2:
  6. Chris in Arizona

    Chris in Arizona I am Death

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    Guys I will be watching for.....

    Alabama: CB Javier Arenas, NT Terrence Cody, G Michael Johnson, S Justin Woodall.

    Appalachian State: QB Armanti Edwards.

    Arizona: CB Devin Ross.

    Arizona State: DE Dexter Davis, WR Chris McGaha

    Baylor: WR David Gettis, C J.D. Walton.

    Boise State: CB Kyle Wilson.

    Cal: DE Tyson Alualu, CB Syd'quan Thompson

    Cincinnati: WR Mardy Gilyard

    Citadel: WR Andre Roberts.

    Clemson: WR Jacoby Ford, RB C.J. Spiller.

    Duke: DL Vince Oghobaase.

    Florida: ILB Brandon Spikes

    Florida State: CB Patrick Robinson, S Myron Rolle

    Georgia: DT Geno Atkins.

    Hillsdale: OT Jared Veldheer.

    Idaho: G Mike Iupati.

    Illinois: G Jon Asamoah

    Indiana (Pa.) : CB Akwasi Owusu-Ansah.

    Iowa: LB Pat Angerer, OT Kyle Calloway

    Kansas: S Darrell Stuckey.

    Kentucky: ILB Micah Johnson, CB Trevard Lindley

    LSU: OT Ciron Black, RS Trindon Holliday, WR Brandon LaFell, DT Al Woods.

    UMass-Amherst: OT Vlad Ducasse.

    Miami (Fla.) :OT Jason Fox

    Michigan: DE Brandon Graham

    Minnesota: WR Eric Decker

    Ole Miss: OT John Jerry, RB Dexter McCluster.

    Missouri: WR Danario Alexander, OLB Sean Weatherspoon.

    Nebraska: DT Ndamukong Suh.

    North Carolina: DT Cam Thomas.

    NC State: C Ted Larsen, DE Willie Young.

    Northwestern: DE Corey Wootton.

    Notre Dame: C Eric Olsen, OT Sam Young.

    Ohio: WR Taylor Price.

    Oklahoma: CB Brian Jackson, OT Trent Williams.

    Oklahoma State: CB Perrish Cox, OT Russell Okung

    Oregon: CB Walter Thurmond, S T.J. Ward.

    Penn State: DT Jared Odrick

    San Jose State: DE Carl Ihenacho

    South Carolina: OLB Eric Norwood

    South Florida:S Nate Allen, CB Jerome Murphy, DE George Selvie

    USC:OT Charles Brown, C Jeff Byers, RB Stafon Johnson, S Taylor Mays, TE Anthony McCoy, G Alex Parsons, CB Josh Pinkard, CB Kevin Thomas.

    Stanford:RB Toby Gerhart

    Syracuse: DT Art Jones.

    Tennessee:OT Chris Scott, DT Dan Williams.

    Texas: DT Lamarr Houston, DE Sergio Kindle, LB Roddrick Muckelroy, WR Jordan Shipley, OT Adam Ulatoski.

    TCU: DE Jerry Hughes, LB Daryl Washington.

    Texas Tech: G Brandon Carter

    Toledo: S Barry Church

    Troy: DE Brandon Lang, DE Cameron Sheffield.

    UCLA: CB Alterraun Verner.

    Vanderbilt: CB Myron Lewis

    Virginia: CB Chris Cook

    Virginia Tech: S Kam Chancellor, CB Stephan Virgil

    Wake Forest: CB Brandon Ghee.

    West Virginia: OT Selvish Capers.

    Wisconsin: DE O'Brien Schofield.
  7. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Where did you hear that, BW??

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