Why no Kawann Short? Hamstring injury, that's limited him, hurting his draft stock?
As many board members remember, I gushed about him at the Senior Bowl, but he shuts it down too often for me. I'd rather take a guy with a nonstop motor. When focused, he easily meets the Top 50 criteria.
Could see Ravens leapfrog us to get one of the guys they want.
I'm on the Cornelius Washington bandwagon..but 30th best player?
Washington may the most violent of the edge rushers in the draft. Really impressed me during Senior Bowl week. Georgia had him playing all different roles, but I thnk once he settles in, he is going to be a really nice player.
You obviously like Floyd alot. In his game against Tennessee, while his explosivenes is obvious, he must've spent as much time on his ass as any player I've ever seen. Do you chalk that up to just a bad game, or could that suggest some issues with his balance and leverage?
I think that once he matures more, some of the inconsistent performances from having raw technique will vanish, He is a 20 year old kid, which is scary. He has all the tools and is barely scratching the surface. In my thinking, he has Warren Sapp potential
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
You're really low on Jarvis Jones, any reason?
Let me answer my own question
From Walter Football
Georgia Pro Day Notes:Jarvis Jones did not have a good Pro Day. He ran a 4.92 and jumped poorly. His vertical and broad numbers were just about the same as 340-pound Kwame Geathers'. With this poor performance and the spinal stenosis issue lingering, Jones is expected to fall on Draft Day. I've had him going to the Steelers for a long time in my 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
Medical issues plus bad workout times got me a bit spooked. I loved the kid as a college player, but I can't think of one player at his position that succeeded with a 4.92 time at 245. Call me a skeptic that he dominates in the pros like he did in college.
madog, just curious..do you get coaches tape from schools that you review?
No coaches tape...just MadDog tape...video...DVR...game stuff. There is so much stuff on the web to watch, and so man games to watch, that even the casual fan can get a lot of play to watch on each player. They won't get every down, but will get enough to make a composite judgment, I will say the greatest weakness in my evaluation deals with the initial step a safety takes at the snap, since often times, it is off the screen.
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