Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:I wish OTC would post his enterpretation of the times and whose stock is up and down. I didn't watch today
Which times? And what kind of interpretation are you looking for?
For DL, I think broad jump numbers and vertical are nice and all, but only tell of a players physical capabilities, but not how they will perform on the field. Get-off from the snap is critical. In the NFL, a poor get-off negates any explosive quality you have. Same for 3-4 OLBs.
I just meant risers and fallers mainly. Who do you think helped themself out today?
OLB Nick Perry - 4.64, 35 reps, and 38 1/2 inch vertical at 6-3 271 will get teams thinking of the potential.
OLB Ronnell Lewis - 4.68, 36 reps and a productive college career spells at least an early 2nd round selection.
OLB Bruce Irvin - 4.50 is great, but film will determine where he goes I think. His get-off the snap was inconsistent.
CB Ron Brooks - Weighed in at 5-10 190, giving him real NFL size for the CB position. He had been in the 170s.
CB Omar Bolden - Well his arms are certainly healthy (25 reps, most of any DB at the combine). Lets see how he runs to see if that ACL injury has affected him.
ILB Luke Kuechly - Should be the first ILB off the board. His numbers don't lie, and now his physical measureables put him up even higher. Top performer in multiple areas.
ILB Mychal Kendricks - Fastest timed LB. Enough said.