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NationalFootballPost: Combine weigh-in notes from day one

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Combine-weightin-notes-from-day-one.html

    Combine weigh-in notes from day one
    Offensive linemen and tight ends make their mark. Wes Bunting
    February 24, 2011 Print This .Add a Comment .
    Results and reactions from some of the top prospects to weigh-in at Thursday’s NFL Combine.


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    Rudolph has one of the bigger sets of hands in the tight end group.
    Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph was just over 6-6, but at 259-pounds was about seven pounds less than his listed weight. He recorded 34-inch arms and big hands for the position at 10 ¼.

    Villanova OL Ben Ijalana was one of the unknowns going into the Combine after missing the Senior Bowl due to a sports hernia. However, he weighed in at 6035, 317-pounds and might be a bit short for the tackle spot by NFL standards. However, with 36-inch arms -one of the tops among the offensive line group- he certainly has the length to make up for his lack of ideal height and at least get a shot on the outside. He was a bit sloppy in the upper body, but possesses a strong, thick looking lower half with the natural base to anchor on the edge.
     
  2. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    good grief, tyron smith looks like terrell owens big brother... he is friggin ripped.

    i have to move him up to my top OT spot and now consider him at 9.
     

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