NFP looks at best prospects who didn't get an N.F.L. Combine invite.

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    DL David Carter: UCLA
    Carter is a first-year starter who has done nothing but get better as the season went on. He put together a few dominant practices as the East-West Shrine game and at 6-5, 300 pounds, the guy has the size to play in just about any scheme. I think he’s one of the more intriguing mid/late-round senior defensive linemen in the draft.

    Despite being one of the best center prospects in the nation, Barnes is not on the list.
    OC Tim Barnes: Missouri
    In my view the center class is one of the worst positional groupings in the 2011 draft. And Barnes looks like one of only a few guys at the position with some starting potential at the next level. He’s an athletic kid with quick hands, can sit into his stance and mirror through contact. He isn’t overly powerful off the snap, but offers enough talent to get a hard look during the middle rounds and is currently one of the top three centers in the class on my board.
  2. UnoDallas

    UnoDallas Benched

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    boy I am shocked by some of the names

    DL David Carter: UCLA
    OC Tim Barnes: Missouri
    CB Ryan Jones: NW Missouri State
    LB Josh Bynes: Auburn

    four of my pets


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