Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Avery, Feb 24, 2008.
If you say so. Either way, it's still not consistent.
It's a pissing contest because you're wasting your breath trying to convince a guy that doesn't want to be convinced. Move on.
Dude I'm SO on board with you on this. Ray Rice jumped up as my favorite all around back in this with his stuff today. A 4.44 speed is much faster, I believe, than people thought he'd have. He's got more than enough speed to take it the distance. Good hands, carries the ball well, all round goodness out of Rice.
Consider me moved.
This quote is almost sig worthy.
Unfortunately I'm forced to agree with him as well. Much better showing then I thought for Rice. His get up and go was the only question with him.
Yeah, that made no sense and I'm not being sarcastic:
Guess he didnt have to worry about it since he ran a 4.3 his second time around.
Chris Johnson ran a 4.24.
This has to be the fastest class of RB's in a long time
Huh...went from 4.29 to 4.24 his second time. Sorta blows away the idea that these guys CAN'T consistently run their faster times.
Ray Rice looks outstanding in this drill. Smooth and quick.
Dontrell Savage on the other hand...
It's definitely the fastest class ever. But some of that has to do with them changing the turf.
Was going to post something similar. He looked fantastic.
Are you guys watching this online or via TV?
Rice + Barber = Championship!
Is there room on the Ray Rice bandwagon for 1 more?
Should be interesting to see how Pro Day numbers compare even though the schools tend to find fast tracks for the players to perform on.
Not really. Last year, which was the first year for them to run on this turf, something like 80% of the 40 times were faster at the Combine than at the players' pro day workouts.
Considering we don't have a shot at McFadden, Stewart or probably Rashard it would be nice to land either Rice, Johnson or Charles in that order (for me anyways)
I'd be hard pressed to trade so much for McFadden when there seems to be so many quality backs in this draft