CBSSports: Several prospects that shined Tuesday's N.F.L.P.A. Game Practices.

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Former South Carolina and current Hampton star defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis came into the week looking to make an impression, and he looked like the potential top 75 pick everyone expected him to be, strong and quick for his massive 6-foot-5, 336-pound frame throughout most of the day. But Taylor stood up very well to Ellis and current SEC tackles Lazarius Levingston and Ladi Ajiboye, both of whom have a chance to be drafted in April because they are active and play with leverage despite neither cracking 300 pounds. .....

    It was difficult for anyone to move Powe on Tuesday, as you would expect given his exceptional talents and 6-2, 331-pound body. Barnes showed no fear going up against a player that many people expected to be a first-round prospect heading into the year. But repeatedly, Barnes stood Powe up, negating any chances for a pass rush by getting his hands inside and moving his feet to anchor and sustain. ....

    A small-school offensive lineman intriguing scouts Tuesday was versatile guard/tackle prospect Curt Porter from Jacksonville State. The 6-7, 308-pounder played a strong role in JSU's 49-48, double-overtime upset of Ole Miss early this fall, stoning Powe multiple times in that matchup. Though a bit off-balance at first, he played with strength at both right guard and tackle, anchoring against Levingston and Ajiboye.
  2. BAT

    BAT Mr. Fixit

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    I like both Zane Taylor and Curt Porter. Especially as UDFA.

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