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Combine Live Wire: Monday per TFYDraft.com

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Standout performance.
    Workouts continue with the defensive linemen and linebackers today. Check back throughout as TFY will update the numbers and workouts as the day progresses.

    UPDATE 11:30 AM – Quick impressions from the first group of defenders.

    - TFY has received word that defensive end EJ Wilson of North Carolina hurt his knee in the broad jump. It immediately swelled. He will not participate in the forty dash.

    - Overall, a number of linemen looked good in their set of drills. LSU’s Rahim Alem was quick and moved well about the field. He looked particularly exceptional in linebacker drills. Ohio State’s Thaddeus Gibson was arguably the best of this particular grouping. The hybrid defender was solid during defensive line drills and stood out in linebacker drills. Meanwhile, USC’s Everson Griffen also appeared incredibly athletic.

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    Rahim Alem, LSU- 4.71, 4.72

    Tyson Alualu, California – 4.85, 4.99

    Geno Atkins, Georgia – 4.78, 4.81

    Kevin Basped, Nevada – 4.75, 4.75
    Alex Carrington, Arkansas St. – 4.89, 5.00
    Terrence Cody, Alabama – 5.74, 5.73
    Dexter Davis, Arizona St. – 4.56, 4.59
    Hall Davis, Louisiana-Lafayette – 4.84, 4.89
    Carlos Dunlap, Florida – 4.66, 4.63 (slipped)
    Junior Galette, Stillman – 4.79, 4.87
    Clifton Geathers, South Carolina – 4.96
    Thaddeus Gibson, Ohio St. – 4.76, 4.72
    Brandon Graham, Michigan – 4.69, 4.72
    Everson Griffen, USC – 4.65, 4.63
    Greg Hardy, Mississippi – 4.90, 4.98
    Lamarr Houston, Texas – 4.85, 4.84
    Jerry Hughes, TCU – 4.63, 4.64
    Linval Joseph, East Carolina – 5.09, 5.10
    Sergio Kindle, Texas – 4.69, 4.68
    Jammie Kirlew, Indiana – 5.03, 4.94
    Austen Lane, Murray St. – 4.81, 4.90
    Brandon Lang, Troy – 5.03
    Albert McClellan, Marshall – 4.72, 4.73
    Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma – 5.03
    Greg Middleton, Indiana – 4.97, 5.03
    Koa Misi, Utah – 4.71, 4.72
  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Give youself a hand.
    Workouts continue with the defensive linemen and linebackers today. Check back throughout as TFY will update the numbers and workouts as the day progresses.

    UPDATE 2:00 PM – Group 2 Defensive Linemen workout highlights.

    Group 2 Quick Hits…

    - James Madison’s Arthur Moats, Clemson’s Ricky Sapp, and Virginia Tech’s Jason Worilds really stood out in drills today. All three appeared fast and fluid.

    - Among the larger interior prospects, LSU’s Al Woods and North Carolina’s Cam Thomas were two of the best on the field. Tennessee’s Dan Williams also put together a strong effort.

    - In the match-up between two proverbial draft titans, Oklahoma’s Gerald McCoy won the battle over Nebraska’s Ndamukong Suh today.

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    Hand timed forty yard dashes for group 2 of the defensive linemen.
    Earl Mitchell, Arizona – 4.74, 4.72
    Arthur Moats, James Madison – 465. 466
    Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech – 4.70, 4.73
    Mike Neal, Purdue – 4.91, 4.88
    Jared Odrick, Penn St. – 5.12, 5.09
    Vince Oghobaase, Duke – 5.44, 5.52
    Jeff Owens, Georgia – 4.97, 4.94
    Corey Peters, Kentucky – 5.00, 5.09
    Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida – 4.71, 4.75
    Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska – 5.05, 5.13
    George Selvie, South Florida – 4.97, 5.00

    Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech – 4.67, 4.68

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    - TFY has received word that defensive end EJ Wilson of North Carolina hurt his knee in the broad jump. It immediately swelled. He will not participate in the forty dash.

    - Overall, a number of linemen looked good in their set of drills. LSU’s Rahim Alem was quick and moved well about the field. He looked particularly exceptional in linebacker drills. Ohio State’s Thaddeus Gibson was arguably the best of this particular grouping. The hybrid defender was solid during defensive line drills and stood out in linebacker drills. Meanwhile, USC’s Everson Griffen also appeared incredibly athletic.

    —–

    Rahim Alem, LSU- 4.71, 4.72

    Tyson Alualu, California – 4.85, 4.99

    Geno Atkins, Georgia – 4.78, 4.81

    Kevin Basped, Nevada – 4.75, 4.75
    Alex Carrington, Arkansas St. – 4.89, 5.00
    Terrence Cody, Alabama – 5.74, 5.73
    Dexter Davis, Arizona St. – 4.56, 4.59
    Hall Davis, Louisiana-Lafayette – 4.84, 4.89
    Carlos Dunlap, Florida – 4.66, 4.63 (slipped)
    Junior Galette, Stillman – 4.79, 4.87
    Clifton Geathers, South Carolina – 4.96
    Thaddeus Gibson, Ohio St. – 4.76, 4.72
    Brandon Graham, Michigan – 4.69, 4.72
    Everson Griffen, USC – 4.65, 4.63
    Greg Hardy, Mississippi – 4.90, 4.98
    Lamarr Houston, Texas – 4.85, 4.84
    Jerry Hughes, TCU – 4.63, 4.64
    Linval Joseph, East Carolina – 5.09, 5.10
    Sergio Kindle, Texas – 4.69, 4.68
    Jammie Kirlew, Indiana – 5.03, 4.94
    Austen Lane, Murray St. – 4.81, 4.90
    Brandon Lang, Troy – 5.03
    Albert McClellan, Marshall – 4.72, 4.73
    Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma – 5.03
    Greg Middleton, Indiana – 4.97, 5.03
    Koa Misi, Utah – 4.71, 4.72
  3. Avery

    Avery The Dog that Saved Charleston

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    Man, Selvie has really slipped the past couple of years - he looked like a top ten pick his sophomore campaign.

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