NFP:Top Post-Season Risers: LB/DB

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Who has seen the biggest spike in their draft stock since the end of the season? Wes Bunting
    March 14, 2012

    OLB Demario Davis: Arkansas State (6-3, 230)
    One of the biggest surprises on tape this year and has only moved up draft boards this post-season as well. Was explosive, instinctive and always making plays on the football. Looks like a starting caliber linebacker either inside or out in a 43 scheme.

    Draft Stock: 3rd Round
    ICONRobinson ran his way up draft boards.
    LB Mychal Kendricks: California (6-0, 240)
    Is a thick, shorter compact backer who explodes through contact and is a real violent striker. Finds the ball quickly vs. the run and has the range to make plays in pursuit. Lacks ideal size however to stack and shed and lacks a great feel in zone. However, as a thumper inside with the potential to get into the backfield as a blitzer who should get plenty of looks from 34 teams in need of a versatile, high motor backer.

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