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Old 01-23-2012   #10
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Default Re: East-West Shrine game practice notes

Is it me or do these guys scream Texans?

WR B.J. Cunningham (Michigan State), 6-2/209
The most polished route-runner and pass-catcher on the East team looks like a solid No. 2 outside starter who will reliably move the chains.

OG Derek Dennis (Temple), 6-3/315
East defensive linemen simply could not move this likely early-career starter off the line or beat him consistently in pass rush drills.

TE Chase Ford (Miami, FL) 6-6/258
He's not Jimmy Graham or Jeremy Shockey in terms of speed or athleticism, but has growth potential in his frame and caught nearly everything thrown his way whether or not he faced tight coverage.

WR A.J. Jenkins (Illinois), 6-0/192
Sometimes Jenkins ran so smoothly this week he appeared to be moving in slow motion. His quickness and toughness over the middle could make him a real bargain on draft Saturday.
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