Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Rayman70, Mar 5, 2021.
CB just lit it up at his pro day in the 40.
Wow. Let the games begin.
the underwear olympics. I must admit, this kind of speed might elevate him.
LOL. Pro Day 40 times.
I just ran a 4.19 on my Pro Day in my backyard. My 4 year old timed me.
Joking aside. I really do like Stokes as a 2nd round option if we don’t go corner at#10.
Apparently the same company who times the combine is timing this
Well that’s the thing. Stokes was already a 2nd round prospect and most thought he would run well. It would not shock me if he ends up in round 1.
He won't make it past the Raiders.
Did your kid say you had bendy hips and length ? lol..and your a long strider or short and choppy?
seems like a Chiefs or Raiders pick at the end of round 1.
He's better than his teammate Campbell. Funny how Campbell got all the early hype. Jeff Cavanaugh pointed out awhile back on his vlog that Campbell gave up more yards against Alabama than Stokes gave up all season.
No but it should be pointed out that between the swing set and trampoline and other kids stuff, I only had 30 yards of running space.
It was laser timed. It’s on video. Technology is your friend, don’t be so afraid of change.
Very possible the 4.38 true laser time is more accurate...but either way he’s really freaking fast. Which is backed up by his play on the field.
that may set a combine record. Rich Eisen may be heart broken lol
If O-Tackle Penei Sewell and CB Caleb Farley are taken by the time the Cowboys pick in the 1st round at #10, I truly hope they trade down to either the #15 spot with the Patriots (since they need a QB) or into the late teens or early 20s (while getting an extra 2nd round pick for trading down)...and don't mess around. PICK ERIC STOKES WITH THAT TRADED DOWN 1ST ROUND PICK! Stokes has the size (6'1", 185 lbs), quickness, speed and athleticism to be the shutdown cornerback we have long needed in Dallas! He's also a big-time playmaker as shown in his video highlights up above. ^^^^
Imagine Trevon Diggs on one CB spot and Eric Stokes at the other? Woooo...we would be set at our CB positions and have one of the best starting CB tandems in the NFL.
I ask the best question and the most important: can he cover and tackle well?
Alexander Wright WR in 1990, frst pick in 2nd round, selected by Jimmy Johnson, reportely ran a 4.19 40, but he was not a good receiver. He could not do much at the position.
I must admit..I am really stunned this kid isnt being talked about more as an elite player.
Hope these videos help.