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RW: Draft Picks Notes for Friday

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    Brandon Brooks - G - Player According to SI.com draft analyst Tony Pauline, Miami (OH) OG Brandon Brooks has been graded as a third-round pick "by a number of teams" despite not receiving a Scouting Combine invite.
    Ten teams have already told Brooks they want him in for a pre-draft visit, and he was easily the top-performing offensive lineman at the East-West Shrine Game. A massive guard-only prospect at 6-foot-5, 353, Brooks will appeal to teams that run power blocking systems. The reasons for his Combine snub are unknown, but he did have an undrafted free agent grade before the season.



    Source: TFY Draft Insider Feb 10 - 1:26 PMPlayer Outlook
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    Melvin Ingram - DL - Player SI.com draft analyst Tony Pauline is hearing that South Carolina DE Melvin Ingram will run a forty time in the 4.6s at the Combine.
    Citing someone familiar with Ingram's pre-draft training, Pauline reports that Ingram has looked "fast" and "athletic," and South Carolina insiders say he ran in the 4.4s early in his college career, albeit when Ingram was 40 pounds lighter. Still, a 4.6 at 276 would certainly turn some heads. Ingram is the draft's most versatile pass rusher, capable of playing linebacker, end, and tackle.

    Source: TFY Draft Insider Feb 10 - 1:21 PMPlayer Outlook
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    Michael Floyd - WR - Player SI.com draft analyst Tony Pauline reports that Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd is healed from his bowl game rib injury and will run a forty time "faster than anyone presently predicts" at the Combine.
    Floyd, who anticipates measuring in at 6-foot-3 1/2 and 220 pounds, has shed weight in advance of the Combine. He was always a more effective vertical threat in college when his weight was down. Conventional wisdom says Floyd would probably time in the 4.55 range. Now lighter and working at pre-draft speed camps, it's conceivable that Floyd could post a forty time in the 4.4s.

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