Thanks to Scott Wright at NFL Draft Countdown for his great coverage every year. He's great at getting these numbers out in a hurry ... http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/features/seniorbowl/reports/weighin.html If someone wants to copy and paste (I tried and it looked craptacular) go ahead. The two that popped out to me the most were Okoye and Merriweather. Okoye with his weight being almost 35lbs. lighter than listed and Merriweather only measuring in at 5'10. If you want a bit more info on who was the most impressively built, I found this .. ------------------------------- http://buffalobills.com/blog/index.jsp?blogger_id=1 SENIOR BOWL WEIGH INS: Just talked to one of my contacts at the Senior Bowl and he was there for the weigh ins for the North team roster. Among the more impressive looking players was Louisville DT Amobi Okoye. Checking in at 6'2" 287 he's likely more of a three-technique tackle than a nose tackle, but he's apparently built like a rock. Plus he's just 19 years old, so I'm going to guess he could fill out some more as he gets older. Among the other North players who passed the eyeball test were Penn State LB Paul Pozluszny and RB Tony Hunt. Hunt was over 6'1" and a solidly put together 239. Pozluszny meanwhile has added muscle and checked in at 237. Wake Forest S Josh Gattis, Syracuse CB Tanard Jackson, Pitt LB H.B. Blades, Nebraska LB Stewart Bradley and DE Jay Moore, Michigan LB Prescott Burgess, Fresno St. CB Marcus McCauley were among the most fit looking players. EDIT: Here is a bit more from that blog ... SENIOR BOWL WEIGH INS PART 2: Here's who was the best of the best when it came to the eyeball test for the South roster weigh ins at the Senior Bowl today. Auburn RB Kenny Irons lived up to his surname as he was ripped checking in at almost 5'11" and 198 pounds. LSU WR Dwayne Bowe is built so solidly you wonder if he could be a tight end. The talented wideout measured a shade over 6'2" and was 222 pounds. Oklahoma LB Rufus Alexander has the muscle packed on through the chest and shoulders, but was ripped through the abs. He was almost 6'1" and 227. Oklahoma St. DT Ryan McBean is thickly built, but had some good definition for a big man, though he weighed just 277 and stood just over 6'4". Ole Miss LB Patrick Willis (6'1" 240) had a well built frame with some good definition. LA-Monroe RB Kevin Payne made onlookers take notice as his 6'0" 215-pound frame was cut. Among the better looking offensive linemen were Tennessee's Arron Sears (6'3" 317) who is thick through the bottom with a strong looking upper body. Arkansas' Tony Ugoh (6'5" and change, 301) also had a powerful looking lower body. ------------------------------- Nice to hear my Nebraska boys are some of the most physically impressive.