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Wolf6151
03-19-2010, 01:37 AM
I didn't create this list, I simply found it on another site and thought it might be of interest to some here since the 3 cone drill and 10 yd. split time are some of the relevant info. coming from the combine. The Texans are also a team that seems to favor quicker more agile players. Check out Marshall Newhouse listed in the Guards.

Safeties:
Chad Jones (221lbs) - 6.83 3cone, 1.61 10 yd
Reshad Jones (214lbs) - 7.43 3cone, 1.56 10 yd
Larry Asante (212lbs) - 7.00 3cone, 1.60 10 yd
Myron Rolle (215lbs) - 6.94 3cone, 1.61 10 yd
Harry Coleman (211lbs) - 7.24 3cone, 1.59 10 yd
Barry Church (222lbs) - 6.65 3cone, 1.60 10 yd
Cody Grimm (203lbs) - 6.58 3cone, 1.53 10 yd
Justin Woodall (223lbs) - 6.88 3cone, 1.61 10 yd
Kyle McCarthy (205lbs) - 6.74 3cone, 1.57 10 yd
Stevie Brown (211lbs) - I believe he ran a 6.61 ish?? From the other thread.
Lucien Antoine(215lbs) - 7.38 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Eric Berry (211lbs) - 6.80 3cone, 1.54 10yd
Taylor Mays (230lbs) - no 3cone, 1.45 10yd
Major Wright (206lbs) - 6.95 3cone, 1.53 10 yd
Robert Johnson (203lbs) - 6.56 3cone, 1.56 10 yd
Terrell Skinner (214lbs) - 7.18 3cone, 1.57 10yd

OLB:
Jason Pierre-Paul (270lbs) - 7.18 3cone, 1.65 10yd
Jerry Hughes (255lbs) - 6.99 3cone, 1.63 10 yd
Lindsey Witten (250lbs) - 7.32 3cone, 1.59 10 yd
Kevin Basped (258lbs) - 7.54 3cone, 1.67 10yd
George Selvie (252lbs) - 7.48 3cone, 1.67 10yd
Willie Young (251lbs) - 7.24 3cone, 1.70 10yd
Rahim Alem (251lbs) - 7.54 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Daniel Te'O-Nesheim (263lbs) - 6.91 3cone, 1.61 10yd
Jammie Kirlew (260lbs) - 7.50 3cone, 1.68 10yd
Greg Middleton (268lbs) - 7.65 3cone, 1.71 10yd
Sergio Kindle (250lbs) - 7.26 3cone, 1.65 10yd
Ricky Sapp (252lbs) - 7.29 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Koa Misi (251lbs) - 7.07 3cone, 1.64 10yd
Eric Norwood (245lbs) - 7.08 3cone, 1.58 10yd
Thaddeus Gibson (243lbs) - 6.84 3cone, 1.64 10yd
Jason Worilds (254lbs) - 6.95 3cone, 1.56 10yd
Dekoda Watson (140lbs) - 7.06 3cone, 1.53 10yd
AJ Edds (246lbs) - 7.19 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Adrian Tracy (248lbs) - 7.08 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Cameron Sheffield (257lbs) - 7.23 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Junior Galette (257lbs) - 7.04 3cone, 1.65 10yd

DE:
Carlos Dunlap (277lbs) - 7.21 3cone, 1.61 10yd
Austen Lane (276lbs) - 7.38 3cone, 1.69 10yd
Greg Hardy (281lbs) - 7.25 3cone, 1.75 10yd
Clifton Geathers (299lbs) - 7.69 3cone, 1.72 10yd
Ndamakung Suh (307lbs) - 7.21 3cone, 1.69 10yd
Gerald McCoy (295lbs) - 7.32 3cone, 1.68 10yd
Jared Odrick (304lbs) - 7.22 3cone, 1.72 10yd
Tyson Alualu (295lbs) - 7.15 3cone, 1.67 10 yd
Lamar Houston (305lbs) - 7.61 3cone, 1.68 10yd
Geno Atkins (293lbs) - 7.33 3cone, 1.68 10yd
Mike Neal (294lbs) - 7.52 3cone, 1.70 10yd
Al Woods (309lbs) - 7.45 3cone, 1.80 10yd
Vince Oghobaase (302lbs) - 7.84 3cone, 1.83 10 yd

OT:
Bryan Bulaga (314lbs) - 7.70 3cone, 1.78 10yd
Trent Williams (315lbs) - 7.64 3cone, 1.70 10yd
Anthony Davis (323lbs) - 8.17 3cone, 1.82 10yd
Bruce Campbell (314lbs) - 7.58 3cone, 1.70 10yd
Rodger Saffold (316lbs) - 7.42 3cone, 1.80 10yd
Vladimir Ducasse (332lbs) - 8.25 3cone, 1.76 10yd
Jared Veldheer (312lbs) - 7.40 3cone, 1.72 10yd
John Jerry (328lbs) - 7.93 3cone, 1.81 10yd
Selvish Capers (308lbs) - 7.68 3cone, 1.74 10 yd
Kyle Calloway (323lbs) - 7.96 3cone, 1.89 10yd
Sam Young (316lbs) - 7.73 3cone, 1.78 10yd
Tony Washington (311lbs) - 7.52 3cone, 1.75 10yd
Thomas Welch (307lbs) - 7.67 3cone, 1.78 10yd

OG:
Mike Iupati (331lbs) - 7.85 3cone, 1.84 10yd
Mike Johnson (312lbs) - 8.15 3cone, 1.87 10yd
Marshall Newhouse (319lbs) - 7.40 3cone, 1.74 10yd
Ciron Black (327lbs) - 8.52 3cone, 1.87 10yd
Brandon Carter (329lbs) - 7.82 3cone, 1.78 10yd
Shawn Lauvao (315lbs)- 7.56 3cone, 1.80 10yd

CB:
Joe Haden - 6.94 3cone, 1.53 10yd
Devin McCourtey - 6.70 3cone, 1.53 10yd
Kareem Jackson - 6.92 3cone, 1.53 10yd
Dominique Franks - 7.32 3cone, 1.49 10yd
Patrick Robinson - 6.78 3cone, 1.50 10yd
Chris Cook - 6.88 3cone, 1.49 10yd
Brandon Ghee - 6.75 3cone, 1.52 10yd
Akwasi - Owusu - 6.84 3cone, 1.53 10yd
Jerome Murphy - 6.87 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Kevin Thomas - 6.82 3cone, 1.52 10yd
Syd'Quan Thompson - 6.73 3cone
Vern Verner - 6.70 3cone, 1.55 10yd
AJ Jefferson - 6.72 3cone, 1.56 10yd
Brian Jackson - 6.76 3cone, 1.56 10yd
Trevard Lindley - 6.81 3cone, 1.55 10yd
Josh Moore - 6.73 3cone, 1.53 10yd
Crezdon Butler - 7.08 3cone, 1.54 10yd
Marshay Green - 6.66 3cone, 1.62 10yd

NT:
Terrence Cody - 8.19 3cone, 1.90 10yd
Linval Joseph - 8.12 3cone, 1.75 10yd
Jay Ross - 7.83 3cone, 1.68 10yd
Cam Thomas - 7.68 3cone, 1.73 10yd
Torrell Troup - 7.61 3cone, 1.75 10yd
Dan Williams - 7.88 3cone, 1.75 10yd

RB:
Joique Bell - 6.84 3cone, 1.56 10d
Jahvid Best - 6.75 3cone, 1.48 10yd
LeGarrette Blount - 6.85 3cone, 1.52 10yd
Andre Dixon - 6.99 3cone, 1.52 10yd
Jonathon Dwyer - 7.56 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Toby Gerhart - 6.94 3cone, 1.55 10yd
Montario Hardesty - 6.87 3cone, 1.51 10yd
Ryan Mathews - 7.00 3cone, 1.49 10yd
Lonyae Miller - 7.20 3cone, 1.55 10yd
Pat Paschall - 7.02 3cone, 1.60 10yd
Charles Scott - 6.98 3cone, 1.61 10yd
CJ Spiller - no 3cone, 1.48 10yd
James Starks - 6.89 3cone, 1.55 10yd
Ben Tate - 6.91 3cone, 1.49 10yd

steelbtexan
03-20-2010, 01:27 PM
The RB group

Hardesty put up solid numbers

Biggest supprise Bell

Dissappointment Dwyer

beerlover
03-21-2010, 02:25 PM
The RB group

Hardesty put up solid numbers

Biggest supprise Bell

Dissappointment Dwyer

Tate had an amazing combine, ran much faster than even I expected, similar slightly more compact version of Hardesty, but what I like most about him is his pass pro. Among the next group of RB's I like him best :thisbig:

steelbtexan
03-21-2010, 02:34 PM
Tate had an amazing combine, ran much faster than even I expected, similar slightly more compact version of Hardesty, but what I like most about him is his pass pro. Among the next group of RB's I like him best :thisbig:

Both are good at pass pro. Both are good short yardage/goal line RB's.

My choice would be Hardesty because he has better hands. IMHO

I wouldn't have a problem with Hardesty or Tate in the 2nd rd.

Both of them are better values than Spiller oMathews in the 1st rd. IMHO

JB
03-21-2010, 02:40 PM
Both are good at pass pro. Both are good short yardage/goal line RB's.

My choice would be Hardesty because he has better hands. IMHO

I wouldn't have a problem with Hardesty or Tate in the 2nd rd.

Both of them are better values than Spiller oMathews in the 1st rd. IMHO

My concern about Hardesty is his injury history. His knees are a serious concern.

Wolf6151
03-21-2010, 02:54 PM
Tate is my favorite RB in this draft. He doesn't have the knee injury history that Hardesty has and in the 2nd round he's a better value than Spiller, or Mathews. Tate has a downhill running style, good explosion through the hole, good speed, he's a strong compact runner that I think is going to be outstanding. He ran for a team (Auburn) that had QB troubles, very little passing attack, and multiple offensive coordinators so there wasn't a cohesive offense around him to take the pressure off. The defense could always game plan for the run against Auburn because it was almost their only weapon and he still ran for over 1,300 yds. when teams knew he was getting the ball. Mathews is impressive as well but I'll take a CB-Kyle Wilson in the 1st round and then the better value RB-Ben Tate in the 2nd. This strategy gives us better players at both positions.

JB
03-21-2010, 02:55 PM
Tate is my favorite RB in this draft. He doesn't have the knee injury history that Hardesty has and in the 2nd round he's a better value than Spiller, or Mathews. Tate has a downhill running style, good explosion through the hole, good speed, he's a strong compact runner that I think is going to be outstanding. He ran for a team (Auburn) that had QB troubles, very little passing attack, and multiple offensive coordinators so there wasn't a cohesive offense around him to take the pressure off. The defense could always game plan for the run against Auburn because it was almost their only weapon and he still ran for over 1,300 yds. when teams knew he was getting the ball. Mathews is impressive as well but I'll take a CB-Kyle Wilson in the 1st round and then the better value RB-Ben Tate in the 2nd. This strategy gives us better players at both positions.

I agree with this completely.

steelbtexan
03-21-2010, 03:32 PM
Tate is my favorite RB in this draft. He doesn't have the knee injury history that Hardesty has and in the 2nd round he's a better value than Spiller, or Mathews. Tate has a downhill running style, good explosion through the hole, good speed, he's a strong compact runner that I think is going to be outstanding. He ran for a team (Auburn) that had QB troubles, very little passing attack, and multiple offensive coordinators so there wasn't a cohesive offense around him to take the pressure off. The defense could always game plan for the run against Auburn because it was almost their only weapon and he still ran for over 1,300 yds. when teams knew he was getting the ball. Mathews is impressive as well but I'll take a CB-Kyle Wilson in the 1st round and then the better value RB-Ben Tate in the 2nd. This strategy gives us better players at both positions.

I was unaware of Hardesty knee problems. In this case I would pick Tate.

I agree with the Wilson/Tate over Mathews/whoever draft value.

beerlover
03-21-2010, 04:12 PM
Gerhart, Tate or Hardesty :truck:

beerlover
03-21-2010, 04:16 PM
I agree with the Wilson/Tate over Mathews/whoever draft value.

what about Mathews/Akwasi Owusu-Ansah?

reminds me of Cushing/Connor Barwin (known impact player, elite developmental pick)

steelbtexan
03-21-2010, 04:35 PM
what about Mathews/Akwasi Owusu-Ansah?

reminds me of Cushing/Connor Barwin (known impact player, elite developmental pick)

Mathews/Ghee or Franks I could see.

I like AOA as a FS in the 3/4 th rd. (Great speed, a great developmental guy that can learn under Wilson)

My prefrence is actually Thomas/Tate or Hardesty/Spievey or Myron Lewis.

beerlover
03-21-2010, 04:41 PM
Mathews/Ghee or Franks I could see.

I like AOA as a FS in the 3/4 th rd. (Great speed, a great developmental guy that can learn under Wilson)

My prefrence is actually Thomas/Tate or Hardesty/Spievey or Myron Lewis.

have to wait another month for ourlads 2010 guide to arrive but did you know they graded Connor Barwin 9.27 & Brian Cushing 9.25? which overall ranked them #19 & #20 FYI

Wolf6151
03-22-2010, 12:42 AM
AOA is a developmental guy, there's no way he's ready to step in and be a #1 CB. I could see Mathews/Ghee or Mathews/Robinson but Wilson/Tate gives us better talent at our biggest need CB as well as a great talent at RB that fits our team style and needs.

steelbtexan
03-22-2010, 12:50 AM
AOA is a developmental guy, there's no way he's ready to step in and be a #1 CB. I could see Mathews/Ghee or Mathews/Robinson but Wilson/Tate gives us better talent at our biggest need CB as well as a great talent at RB that fits our team style and needs.

Agreed on the Tate/Wilson thing.

I hope Smithiak do to.