Just got home after a long day up at Oxnard 1. Player's were in full pads for the morning practise and i got a chance to watch all the lineman. First thing that really stood out is D-line looks great...you can just see the depth out there and that is w/o Spears on the field. I thought the Oline performed better than yesterday, but individually speaking, the D-line is just more talanted. Hopefully the O-line will start to jell soon. I thought Columbo had a good practise, standing up players and holding his ground. 2. Pat Wakins! Pat Watkins! He is starting to become the talk of camp as he picked off another 2 passes today. He is just so tall and such a long strider, he covers a ton of ground quickly. As you watch him, you can see he has a great ability to bait the QB into throwing the football his way. He closes quick and snatches the ball out of the air at its high point. The kid is alot of fun to watch, and quickly becomming a fan favorite. 3. Fasano had a great day as well. He had the catch of the day while doing the 1v1 drill. I dont know who was covering him, but he made a spectacular one handed catch over the defender. He is a big guy and can uses his body to shield away defenders. 4. Romo is really starting to come together. He doesnt have the strongest arm, and sometimes his throws aren't the best looking, but he gets the job done. He gets the ball out fast, and you can see him go through his progressions quickly. Just watching him walk around, you can see he has got a swagger the other QB's don't have. Seems like he knows this is his time to prove himself. 5. T-New continues to impress. He is so much faster than everyone else out on the field there is no comparrison. 6. Bobby C worked with the #2 team for the 11 v 11 drill. He didnt make any plays that stood out to me today, however he just seems to be a smart football guy and always be at the right place at the right time. 4. Burnett is another guy who is starting to make some noise. The guy hits hard and is quick to the football. He is making a strong case to crack his way into the starting lineup. I thought i saw him playing inside the 3-4 some today... 5. One WR who caught my eye is #17...Sam Hurd. Very quick and catches the ball with his hands, not his body. Hurd has got some "moves" to those feet of his, and can cut on a dime. Had a ton of YAC during practise...this may be one guy to watch out for. After Crayton, the WR battle is up for grabs. 6. Thats it for now...hit me up if you have any questions.