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Prospect Watch: Senior Bowl 2010 GameDay Thread

OTC's Position-by-Position Prospect Watch


All of the prospects have been organized by position, with their height, weight, and the most recently verified 40 times. These take a while to compile, but here you go, folks. Enjoy the last Prospect Watch Thread of the year.


Under Armour Senior Bowl -- Saturday, January 30 at 4:00 PM EST (NFL Network)

Note: Play numbers are also given (to the left of each player) so you can actually tell which player you're watching.


North Prospects by Position:

05 QB Sean Canfield, Oregon State, 6-4 221 4.96
13 QB Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 6-3 229 4.84
15 QB Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 6-6 212 4.89

09 RB LeGarrette Blount, Oregon, 6-1 245 4.58
10 RB Lonyae Miller, Fresno State, 5-11 220 4.52
25 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State, 5-11 223 4.54
29 RB Chris Brown, Oklahoma, 5-10 202 4.54

31 FB Rashawn Jackson, Virginia, 6-1 239 4.70
33 FB Corey Jackson, Maryland, 6-1 245 4.76

16 TE Mike Hoomanawanui, Illinois, 6-4 267 4.77
83 TE Ed Dickson, Oregon, 6-4 244 4.73
89 TE Garrett Graham, Wisconsin, 6-3 234 4.74

01 WR Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati, 6-0 179 4.51
08 WR Jacoby Ford, Clemson, 5-09 181 4.37
23 WR Taylor Price, Ohio, 6-0 198 4.36
81 WR Danario Alexander, Missouri, 6-4 221 4.58
82 WR Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 6-1 222 4.67

65 OC Matt Tenant, Boston College, 6-5 290 5.06
55 OC Eric Olsen, Notre Dame, 6-4 310 5.26

72 OT Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts, 6-5 326 5.32
76 OT Ed Wang, Virginia Tech, 6-5 315 4.95
74 OT Sam Young, Notre Dame, 6-8 305 5.28
75 OT Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt, 6-6 312 5.22

52 OG Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6-4 300 5.08
67 OG Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State, 6-3 301 5.24
68 OG Zane Beadles, Utah, 6-5 307 5.28
77 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5 325 5.20

97 DE Austen Lane, Murray State, 6-6 267 4.65
55 DE Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6-1 263 4.74
96 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State, 6-5 284 4.78

44 DT Tyson Alualu, California, 6-2 291 4.96
92 DT Mike Neal, Purdue, 6-3 293 4.96
91 DT Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6-5 301 5.05
98 DT D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech, 6-2 300 4.95
95 DT Cam Thomas, North Carolina, 6-4 331 5.18

59 ILB Phillip Dillard, Nebraska, 6-1 240 4.77
41 ILB Daryl Washington, TCU, 6-2 226 4.57
09 ILB Donald Butler, Washington, 6-1 244 4.80

40 OLB Koa Misi, Utah, 6-3 244 4.74
12 OLB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri, 6-1 241 4.59
94 OLB Justin Cole, San Jose State, 6-3 240 4.68

01 CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5-10 190 4.42
02 CB Chris Cook, Virginia, 6-2 212 4.54
05 CB Syd'Quan Thompson, California, 5-9 182 4.49
18 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest, 6-0 189 4.45
21 CB Devin McCourty, Rutgers, 5-11 186 4.47

11 FS Terrell Skinner, Maryland, 6-2 214 4.59

28 SS Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame, 6-0 203 4.58
27 SS Larry Asante, Nebraska, 6-0 211 4.56
04 SS Kurt Coleman, Ohio State, 5-10 187 4.57

LS Mike Windt, Cincinnati
K Brett Swenson, Michigan State
P Zoltan Mesko, Michigan


South Prospects by Position:

16 QB Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 6-3 219 4.64
10 QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, 6-2 210 4.82
15 QB Tim Tebow, Florida, 6-3 236 4.76

44 RB Ben Tate, Auburn, 5-11 214 4.50
13 RB Stafon Johnson, USC, 5-11 214 4.54
02 RB Roy Upchurch, Alabama, 6-0 210 4.53

24 RB/FB Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, 6-1 245 4.59

80 TE Jimmy Graham, Miami, 6-7 259 4.72
86 TE Anthony McCoy, USC, 6-5 249 4.78
84 TE Colin Peek, Alabama, 6-6 250 4.84

11 WR Riley Cooper, Florida, 6-3 214 4.49
03 WR Shay Hodge, Mississippi, 6-2 208 4.59
07 WR Andre Roberts, Citadel, 5-11 192 4.49
05 WR Joe Webb, UAB, 6-3 223 4.67
20 WR Jeremy Williams, Tulane, 6-0 205 4.52
22 WR Dexter McCluster, Mississippi, 5-08 165 4.42
85 WR Donald Jones, Youngstown State, 6-1 210 4.56

58 OC Ted Larsen, N.C. State, 6-3 302 5.24
55 OC J.D. Walton, Baylor, 6-3 300 5.19

79 OT Chris Scott, Tennessee,
70 OT Ciron Black, LSU, 6-5 331 5.36
69 OT Selvish Capers, West Virginia, 6-5 304 4.96

53 OG Jeff Byers, USC, 6-3 299 5.22
77 OG John Jerry, Mississippi, 6-6 332 5.54
78 OG Mike Johnson, Alabama, 6-6 306 5.38
66 OG Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 6-3 304 5.09

52 DE Antonio Coleman, Auburn, 6-2 255 4.87
91 DE Brandon Lang, Troy, 6-4 260 4.82
93 DE C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, 6-3 284 4.80
95 DE George Selvie, South Florida, 6-4 247 4.78

56 DT Geno Atkins, Georgia, 6-2 286 4.96
62 DT Terrence Cody, Alabama, 6-4 370 5.72
33 DT Lamarr Houston, Texas, 6-3 302 4.93
96 DT Jeff Owens, Georgia, 6-1 304 4.98
55 DT Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6-2 329 5.23

22 ILB Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, 6-1 241 4.64
50 ILB Darryl Sharpton, Miami, 6-0 229 4.63

36 OLB Dakota Watson, Florida State, 6-2 232 4.64
38 OLB Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas, 6-2 236 4.67
40 OLB Eric Norwood, South Carolina, 6-1 246 4.67
91 OLB Cameron Sheffield, Troy, 6-3 256 4.78

28 CB Javier Arenas, Alabama, 5-9 195 4.57
17 CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, 5-11 189 4.44
32 CB Trevard Lindley, Kentucky, 5-11 178 4.53
03 CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6-1 191 4.48
23 CB Patrick RObinson, Florida State, 5-11 190 4.42

05 FS Nate Allen, South Florida, 6-1 205 4.50
21 FS Taylor Mays, USC, 6-3 231 4.47

24 SS Harry Coleman, LSU, 6-2 206 4.53
04 SS Myron Rolle, Florida State, 6-2 217 4.59

LS Morgan Cox, Tennessee
K Leigh Tiffin, Alabama
P Matt Dodge, East Carolina
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Jan 27, 2010 at 3:32 PM ]
How is Ciron Black looking? Is he a legit starting RT?
Originally posted by Butter:
How is Ciron Black looking? Is he a legit starting RT?

Reports on Black state he's been up and down at the Senior Bowl. It looks like he might be best at guard in the NFL because he's simply too slow-footed and although he's good at recognizing the best angles to take, that doesn't help if you're not quick enough to hang with speed rushers on the outside.

A team may try him at tackle, but I imagine he'd need to really work on his footwork if he wants to play there, as well as lose a little weight to get quicker.
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
OTC's Position-by-Position Prospect Watch


All of the prospects have been organized by position, with their height, weight, and the most recently verified 40 times. These take a while to compile, but here you go, folks. Enjoy the last Prospect Watch Thread of the year.


Under Armour Senior Bowl -- Saturday, January 30 at 4:00 PM EST (NFL Network)

Note: Play numbers are also given (to the left of each player) so you can actually tell which player you're watching.


North Prospects by Position:

05 QB Sean Canfield, Oregon State, 6-4 221 4.96
13 QB Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 6-3 229 4.84
15 QB Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 6-6 212 4.89

09 RB LeGarrette Blount, Oregon, 6-1 245 4.58
10 RB Lonyae Miller, Fresno State, 5-11 220 4.52
25 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State, 5-11 223 4.54
29 RB Chris Brown, Oklahoma, 5-10 202 4.54

31 FB Rashawn Jackson, Virginia, 6-1 239 4.70
33 FB Corey Jackson, Maryland, 6-1 245 4.76

16 TE Mike Hoomanawanui, Illinois, 6-4 267 4.77
83 TE Ed Dickson, Oregon, 6-4 244 4.73
89 TE Garrett Graham, Wisconsin, 6-3 234 4.74

01 WR Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati, 6-0 179 4.51
08 WR Jacoby Ford, Clemson, 5-09 181 4.37
23 WR Taylor Price, Ohio, 6-0 198 4.36
81 WR Danario Alexander, Missouri, 6-4 221 4.58
82 WR Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 6-1 222 4.67

65 OC Matt Tenant, Boston College, 6-5 290 5.06
55 OC Eric Olsen, Notre Dame, 6-4 310 5.26

72 OT Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts, 6-5 326 5.32
76 OT Ed Wang, Virginia Tech, 6-5 315 4.95
74 OT Sam Young, Notre Dame, 6-8 305 5.28
75 OT Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt, 6-6 312 5.22

52 OG Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6-4 300 5.08
67 OG Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State, 6-3 301 5.24
68 OG Zane Beadles, Utah, 6-5 307 5.28
77 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5 325 5.20

97 DE Austen Lane, Murray State, 6-6 267 4.65
55 DE Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6-1 263 4.74
96 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State, 6-5 284 4.78

44 DT Tyson Alualu, California, 6-2 291 4.96
92 DT Mike Neal, Purdue, 6-3 293 4.96
91 DT Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6-5 301 5.05
98 DT D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech, 6-2 300 4.95
95 DT Cam Thomas, North Carolina, 6-4 331 5.18

59 ILB Phillip Dillard, Nebraska, 6-1 240 4.77
41 ILB Daryl Washington, TCU, 6-2 226 4.57
09 ILB Donald Butler, Washington, 6-1 244 4.80

40 OLB Koa Misi, Utah, 6-3 244 4.74
12 OLB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri, 6-1 241 4.59
94 OLB Justin Cole, San Jose State, 6-3 240 4.68

01 CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5-10 190 4.42
02 CB Chris Cook, Virginia, 6-2 212 4.54
05 CB Syd'Quan Thompson, California, 5-9 182 4.49
18 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest, 6-0 189 4.45
21 CB Devin McCourty, Rutgers, 5-11 186 4.47

11 FS Terrell Skinner, Maryland, 6-2 214 4.59

28 SS Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame, 6-0 203 4.58
27 SS Larry Asante, Nebraska, 6-0 211 4.56
04 SS Kurt Coleman, Ohio State, 5-10 187 4.57

LS Mike Windt, Cincinnati
K Brett Swenson, Michigan State
P Zoltan Mesko, Michigan


South Prospects by Position:

16 QB Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 6-3 219 4.64
10 QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, 6-2 210 4.82
15 QB Tim Tebow, Florida, 6-3 236 4.76

44 RB Ben Tate, Auburn, 5-11 214 4.50
13 RB Stafon Johnson, USC, 5-11 214 4.54
02 RB Roy Upchurch, Alabama, 6-0 210 4.53

24 RB/FB Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, 6-1 245 4.59

80 TE Jimmy Graham, Miami, 6-7 259 4.72
86 TE Anthony McCoy, USC, 6-5 249 4.78
84 TE Colin Peek, Alabama, 6-6 250 4.84

11 WR Riley Cooper, Florida, 6-3 214 4.49
03 WR Shay Hodge, Mississippi, 6-2 208 4.59
07 WR Andre Roberts, Citadel, 5-11 192 4.49
05 WR Joe Webb, UAB, 6-3 223 4.67
20 WR Jeremy Williams, Tulane, 6-0 205 4.52
22 WR Dexter McCluster, Mississippi, 5-08 165 4.42
85 WR Donald Jones, Youngstown State, 6-1 210 4.56

58 OC Ted Larsen, N.C. State, 6-3 302 5.24
55 OC J.D. Walton, Baylor, 6-3 300 5.19

79 OT Chris Scott, Tennessee,
70 OT Ciron Black, LSU, 6-5 331 5.36
69 OT Selvish Capers, West Virginia, 6-5 304 4.96

53 OG Jeff Byers, USC, 6-3 299 5.22
77 OG John Jerry, Mississippi, 6-6 332 5.54
78 OG Mike Johnson, Alabama, 6-6 306 5.38
66 OG Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 6-3 304 5.09

52 DE Antonio Coleman, Auburn, 6-2 255 4.87
91 DE Brandon Lang, Troy, 6-4 260 4.82
93 DE C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, 6-3 284 4.80
95 DE George Selvie, South Florida, 6-4 247 4.78

56 DT Geno Atkins, Georgia, 6-2 286 4.96
62 DT Terrence Cody, Alabama, 6-4 370 5.72
33 DT Lamarr Houston, Texas, 6-3 302 4.93
96 DT Jeff Owens, Georgia, 6-1 304 4.98
55 DT Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6-2 329 5.23

22 ILB Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, 6-1 241 4.64
50 ILB Darryl Sharpton, Miami, 6-0 229 4.63

36 OLB Dakota Watson, Florida State, 6-2 232 4.64
38 OLB Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas, 6-2 236 4.67
40 OLB Eric Norwood, South Carolina, 6-1 246 4.67
91 OLB Cameron Sheffield, Troy, 6-3 256 4.78

28 CB Javier Arenas, Alabama, 5-9 195 4.57
17 CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, 5-11 189 4.44
32 CB Trevard Lindley, Kentucky, 5-11 178 4.53
03 CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6-1 191 4.48
23 CB Patrick RObinson, Florida State, 5-11 190 4.42

05 FS Nate Allen, South Florida, 6-1 205 4.50
21 FS Taylor Mays, USC, 6-3 231 4.47

24 SS Harry Coleman, LSU, 6-2 206 4.53
04 SS Myron Rolle, Florida State, 6-2 217 4.59

LS Morgan Cox, Tennessee
K Leigh Tiffin, Alabama
P Matt Dodge, East Carolina

OTC:
I suspect you will be doing this soon anyway but thought I would ask. Can you highlight potential SF selections and possible rounds that they would go in? I haven't heard anything about Austen Lane, any news on him?
Originally posted by Ninefan56:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
OTC's Position-by-Position Prospect Watch


All of the prospects have been organized by position, with their height, weight, and the most recently verified 40 times. These take a while to compile, but here you go, folks. Enjoy the last Prospect Watch Thread of the year.


Under Armour Senior Bowl -- Saturday, January 30 at 4:00 PM EST (NFL Network)

Note: Play numbers are also given (to the left of each player) so you can actually tell which player you're watching.


North Prospects by Position:

05 QB Sean Canfield, Oregon State, 6-4 221 4.96
13 QB Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 6-3 229 4.84
15 QB Tony Pike, Cincinnati, 6-6 212 4.89

09 RB LeGarrette Blount, Oregon, 6-1 245 4.58

10 RB Lonyae Miller, Fresno State, 5-11 220 4.52
25 RB Joique Bell, Wayne State, 5-11 223 4.54
29 RB Chris Brown, Oklahoma, 5-10 202 4.54

31 FB Rashawn Jackson, Virginia, 6-1 239 4.70
33 FB Corey Jackson, Maryland, 6-1 245 4.76


16 TE Mike Hoomanawanui, Illinois, 6-4 267 4.77
83 TE Ed Dickson, Oregon, 6-4 244 4.73
89 TE Garrett Graham, Wisconsin, 6-3 234 4.74

01 WR Marshawn Gilyard, Cincinnati, 6-0 179 4.51
08 WR Jacoby Ford, Clemson, 5-09 181 4.37
23 WR Taylor Price, Ohio, 6-0 198 4.36

81 WR Danario Alexander, Missouri, 6-4 221 4.58
82 WR Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 6-1 222 4.67

65 OC Matt Tenant, Boston College, 6-5 290 5.06
55 OC Eric Olsen, Notre Dame, 6-4 310 5.26

72 OT Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts, 6-5 326 5.32
76 OT Ed Wang, Virginia Tech, 6-5 315 4.95

74 OT Sam Young, Notre Dame, 6-8 305 5.28
75 OT Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt, 6-6 312 5.22

52 OG Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6-4 300 5.08
67 OG Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State, 6-3 301 5.24
68 OG Zane Beadles, Utah, 6-5 307 5.28
77 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5 325 5.20


97 DE Austen Lane, Murray State, 6-6 267 4.65
55 DE Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6-1 263 4.74
96 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State, 6-5 284 4.78

44 DT Tyson Alualu, California, 6-2 291 4.96
92 DT Mike Neal, Purdue, 6-3 293 4.96
91 DT Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6-5 301 5.05
98 DT D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech, 6-2 300 4.95
95 DT Cam Thomas, North Carolina, 6-4 331 5.18


59 ILB Phillip Dillard, Nebraska, 6-1 240 4.77

41 ILB Daryl Washington, TCU, 6-2 226 4.57
09 ILB Donald Butler, Washington, 6-1 244 4.80

40 OLB Koa Misi, Utah, 6-3 244 4.74
12 OLB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri, 6-1 241 4.59

94 OLB Justin Cole, San Jose State, 6-3 240 4.68

01 CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5-10 190 4.42
02 CB Chris Cook, Virginia, 6-2 212 4.54

05 CB Syd'Quan Thompson, California, 5-9 182 4.49
18 CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest, 6-0 189 4.45
21 CB Devin McCourty, Rutgers, 5-11 186 4.47

11 FS Terrell Skinner, Maryland, 6-2 214 4.59

28 SS Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame, 6-0 203 4.58
27 SS Larry Asante, Nebraska, 6-0 211 4.56
04 SS Kurt Coleman, Ohio State, 5-10 187 4.57


LS Mike Windt, Cincinnati
K Brett Swenson, Michigan State
P Zoltan Mesko, Michigan


South Prospects by Position:

16 QB Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 6-3 219 4.64
10 QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, 6-2 210 4.82
15 QB Tim Tebow, Florida, 6-3 236 4.76

44 RB Ben Tate, Auburn, 5-11 214 4.50
13 RB Stafon Johnson, USC, 5-11 214 4.54
02 RB Roy Upchurch, Alabama, 6-0 210 4.53

24 RB/FB Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State, 6-1 245 4.59

80 TE Jimmy Graham, Miami, 6-7 259 4.72
86 TE Anthony McCoy, USC, 6-5 249 4.78
84 TE Colin Peek, Alabama, 6-6 250 4.84

11 WR Riley Cooper, Florida, 6-3 214 4.49
03 WR Shay Hodge, Mississippi, 6-2 208 4.59
07 WR Andre Roberts, Citadel, 5-11 192 4.49
05 WR Joe Webb, UAB, 6-3 223 4.67
20 WR Jeremy Williams, Tulane, 6-0 205 4.52
22 WR Dexter McCluster, Mississippi, 5-08 165 4.42
85 WR Donald Jones, Youngstown State, 6-1 210 4.56

58 OC Ted Larsen, N.C. State, 6-3 302 5.24
55 OC J.D. Walton, Baylor, 6-3 300 5.19

79 OT Chris Scott, Tennessee,
70 OT Ciron Black, LSU, 6-5 331 5.36

69 OT Selvish Capers, West Virginia, 6-5 304 4.96

53 OG Jeff Byers, USC, 6-3 299 5.22
77 OG John Jerry, Mississippi, 6-6 332 5.54
78 OG Mike Johnson, Alabama, 6-6 306 5.38
66 OG Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 6-3 304 5.09

52 DE Antonio Coleman, Auburn, 6-2 255 4.87
91 DE Brandon Lang, Troy, 6-4 260 4.82
93 DE C.J. Wilson, East Carolina, 6-3 284 4.80
95 DE George Selvie, South Florida, 6-4 247 4.78

56 DT Geno Atkins, Georgia, 6-2 286 4.96
62 DT Terrence Cody, Alabama, 6-4 370 5.72
33 DT Lamarr Houston, Texas, 6-3 302 4.93
96 DT Jeff Owens, Georgia, 6-1 304 4.98
55 DT Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6-2 329 5.23


22 ILB Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, 6-1 241 4.64
50 ILB Darryl Sharpton, Miami, 6-0 229 4.63

36 OLB Dakota Watson, Florida State, 6-2 232 4.64
38 OLB Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas, 6-2 236 4.67
40 OLB Eric Norwood, South Carolina, 6-1 246 4.67
91 OLB Cameron Sheffield, Troy, 6-3 256 4.78

28 CB Javier Arenas, Alabama, 5-9 195 4.57

17 CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, 5-11 189 4.44
32 CB Trevard Lindley, Kentucky, 5-11 178 4.53
03 CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6-1 191 4.48
23 CB Patrick RObinson, Florida State, 5-11 190 4.42

05 FS Nate Allen, South Florida, 6-1 205 4.50
21 FS Taylor Mays, USC, 6-3 231 4.47

24 SS Harry Coleman, LSU, 6-2 206 4.53
04 SS Myron Rolle, Florida State, 6-2 217 4.59


LS Morgan Cox, Tennessee
K Leigh Tiffin, Alabama
P Matt Dodge, East Carolina

OTC:
I suspect you will be doing this soon anyway but thought I would ask. Can you highlight potential SF selections and possible rounds that they would go in? I haven't heard anything about Austen Lane, any news on him?

Austen Lane has a great deal of raw talent and athleticism. However, he's criticized for overrunning plays and not playing with discipline or awareness, so this could slide him back into the 3rd round. But like Sidbury, his potential could push him up, especially considering he has an even more freakish stature than Sidbury did.

I've highlighted potential selections.


Sittin', waitin', and sippin' my

You gentlemen enjoy this game today. Already have the DVR set to record so I can have fun watch film PRETENDING to be a scout.



I will be watching those trenches with focus on #77 for the North. ST is the other place my focus will lead me. Of course if someone makes a play, can't ignore that.

Having really enjoyed watching Nate Allen's career at South Florida, I was happy to hear that he had an outstanding Senior Bowl week. He will probably grade out as the best pure FS in this draft (Thomas is probably going to move to CB and Mays to SS).

We'll have to see how the underclassmen look this offseason to challenge Allen, but is a player the Niners should take a LONG look at in the second round. According to reports, the man can cover, running with WR's all week long.

So, if you are interested in picking up a free safety who can cover, look for Allen on the field today.

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The scouting community is still buzzing over Iupati this week, and it should be interesting to see what position teams would like for him to play. Once the first dozen players are off the board, I think he could go at any point.

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Final note: The Senior Bowl game itself is more for fans than scouts, coaches, GM's, who have already abandoned Mobile. The game doesn't matter nearly as much as the practice sessions.
[ Edited by MadDog49er on Jan 30, 2010 at 9:51 AM ]
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Having really enjoyed watching Nate Allen's career at South Florida, I was happy to hear that he had an outstanding Senior Bowl week. He will probably grade out as the best pure FS in this draft (Thomas is probably going to move to CB and Mays to SS).

We'll have to see how the underclassmen look this offseason to challenge Allen, but is a player the Niners should take a LONG look at in the second round. According to reports, the man can cover, running with WR's all week long.

So, if you are interested in picking up a free safety who can cover, look for Allen on the field today.

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The scouting community is still buzzing over Iupati this week, and it should be interesting to see what position teams would like for him to play. Once the first dozen players are off the board, I think he could go at any point.

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Final note: The Senior Bowl game itself is more for fans than scouts, coaches, GM's, who have already abandoned Mobile. The game doesn't matter nearly as much as the practice sessions.

Allen and Murphy both had very, very good weeks this week. And not unexpectedly, so did Iupati.

There are certain aspects from the Senior Bowl game itself that you get that you just cannot get from practices. The gameday mindset, obviously. But secondly, hitting. There is no tackling in the practice sessions so you want to see who are the guys not only strong enough to make good, form tackles, but you also want to see who can break those tackles.
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Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
Having really enjoyed watching Nate Allen's career at South Florida, I was happy to hear that he had an outstanding Senior Bowl week. He will probably grade out as the best pure FS in this draft (Thomas is probably going to move to CB and Mays to SS).

We'll have to see how the underclassmen look this offseason to challenge Allen, but is a player the Niners should take a LONG look at in the second round. According to reports, the man can cover, running with WR's all week long.

So, if you are interested in picking up a free safety who can cover, look for Allen on the field today.

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The scouting community is still buzzing over Iupati this week, and it should be interesting to see what position teams would like for him to play. Once the first dozen players are off the board, I think he could go at any point.

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Final note: The Senior Bowl game itself is more for fans than scouts, coaches, GM's, who have already abandoned Mobile. The game doesn't matter nearly as much as the practice sessions.

Allen and Murphy both had very, very good weeks this week. And not unexpectedly, so did Iupati.

There are certain aspects from the Senior Bowl game itself that you get that you just cannot get from practices. The gameday mindset, obviously. But secondly, hitting. There is no tackling in the practice sessions so you want to see who are the guys not only strong enough to make good, form tackles, but you also want to see who can break those tackles.

And you are going up against legit prospects doing it.
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07 WR Andre Roberts, Citadel, 5-11 192 4.49 is a guy who is starting to intrigue me.
I don't have NFLN
Originally posted by teeohh:
I don't have NFLN

I'm betting you can find a feed online somewhere.
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Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by teeohh:
I don't have NFLN

I'm betting you can find a feed online somewhere.

veetle or justintv should have it.
77 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5 325 5.20
2 OG Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6-4 300 5.08
77 OG John Jerry, Mississippi, 6-6 332 5.54
55 DE Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6-1 263 4.74
91 DT Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6-5 301 5.05
01 CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5-10 190 4.42
02 CB Chris Cook, Virginia, 6-2 212 4.54
17 CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, 5-11 189 4.44
03 CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6-1 191 4.48
55 DT Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6-2 329 5.23
05 FS Nate Allen, South Florida, 6-1 205 4.50
04 SS Myron Rolle, Florida State, 6-2 217 4.59

These are the guys I will be looking at
Originally posted by jreff22:
77 OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5 325 5.20
2 OG Jon Asamoah, Illinois, 6-4 300 5.08
77 OG John Jerry, Mississippi, 6-6 332 5.54
55 DE Brandon Graham, Michigan, 6-1 263 4.74
91 DT Jared Odrick, Penn State, 6-5 301 5.05
01 CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State, 5-10 190 4.42
02 CB Chris Cook, Virginia, 6-2 212 4.54
17 CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State, 5-11 189 4.44
03 CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida, 6-1 191 4.48
55 DT Dan Williams, Tennessee, 6-2 329 5.23
05 FS Nate Allen, South Florida, 6-1 205 4.50
04 SS Myron Rolle, Florida State, 6-2 217 4.59

These are the guys I will be looking at

The top list in the OP are the guys I'll be looking at.

In all serious, virtually all of them are key players to keep your eyes on.