tfydraft: ’11 NFL Draft: Scouting Tennessee

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by cowboyjoe, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    NFL scouting services grade Luke Stocker as one of the best senior tight ends in the nation, yet his skills warrant a middle round grade at best. Stocker is a big bodied target that effectively uses his frame to protect the pass and is adequate in all aspects of the game yet really not spectacular. He displays solid strength, speed and hands. While we like Stocker he’s definitely not in the class of the top five tight ends drafted in 2010.

    Linebacker LaMarcus Thompson is a prospect we like. Thompson shows terrific sideline to sideline range, fluid footwork moving in all directions and remains disciplined with assignments. Relatively strong for size, he shows the ability to hold his ground against blocks, even up against opposing offensive linemen.

    Defensive end Ben Martin is another athletic prospect that plays with a lot of explosion, is fluid moving in all directions and shows a terrific closing burst. He breaks down well and plays with exceptional leverage, making good use of his hands Martine lacks bulk and is easily controlled at the point of attack by single blocker. He recently went down with an achillies injury during the first day of practice and is likely to miss most, if not all, of the 2010 campaign.
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