Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
-Josh Robinson, Central Florida, 5'10 199lbs, 4.33 40 was the best physical prospect.
-Claiborne and Kirpatrick did as expected
-Janoris Jenkins ran a 4.4 40
-Ron Brooks of LSU ran a 4.37 40, should be late round pick now, a guy that never started at LSU but may have been a gem playing behind some outstanding corners
-Stephen Gilmore had the 2nd best combine, checked in at 6 foot and ran a 4.44 40, pretty impressive
-Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson, checked in at 5'11, ran a 4.42 40, late bloomer, should have punched his draft ticket for a late rounder
-Dwight Bentley, Louisiana Laffayette, checked in at 5'10 and ran a 4.43 40. A zone corner.
-Cliff Harris killed his stock, 4.64 40.
-Micah Pellerin of Hampton, popular sleeper, ran a 4.61 40
-Another popular sleeper, Josh Norman, ran a 4.66 40
-Casey Hayward ran a 4.57 40, I'd actually say its slightly better then expected
-Alfonzo Denard checked in at 5'10, 204 lbs (a lot for a corner), and a 4.55 40.
I am still waiting to see Golden's results when he does his pro-day, but I would like to select a CB later in the draft, and the two guys I've had interest in the most (one more recently has grown on me) are Robert Golden and Ron Brooks. Brooks has football in his blood, and we could always use more speed in the backfield.
Golden strikes me as a very explosive player that, if developed, will be a starter or heavy contributor in the future. Cut down on his propensity to gamble, and you've got a technically sound DB who could do good things for a team.
Ron Brooks doe
btw I've been on that band wagon for a while now lol. He's physically strong, real fast, played well on the 2nd best defense in the country, and he's got a family history of football thanks to his dad. I seriously think he's going to be a good friggin player. He is a 4th rounder for me to be honest after the combine. Might be able to get him in the 5th though.