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Old 02-26-2014   #541
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Waiting for next year doesn't mean the guy you want to come out will be as good as you thought he'd be.
No, Maybe not that specific player you are keeping an eye on....


But chances are there will be someone (or a few) that deserves some consideration.
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It takes a little time to find, but per the collective bargaining agreement, the off season workout program consists of three parts. The first is a two week period of only strength, conditioning and rehabilitation. Next is a three week period of on-field workouts limited to individual player instruction and drills; and "team practice conducted on a separates basis". No live contact is permitted and no team offense vs defense is permitted.

Per the official NFL schedule, April 7 is the date that teams with new head coaches are permitted to start their off season workout program. So we'll have at least 16 days under stage two before the draft.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/schedules/keydates
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...eason-workouts
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That should do us some good heading into the draft.
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A NFL draft truth I know: after all the bitching & hype, over 250 players will be drafted and about 25 of them will actually be really good.

Probably the most honest and accurate assessment of the draft I've heard.
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Andre Williams, Jordan Matthews lead overlooked combine stars

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It was hard to find a player at the NFL Scouting Combine who hadn't put in a lot of work leading up to the event. So many of them performed above expectations -- not just the high-profile guys, but even the ones projected to go lower in the draft, which is a good sign.

Two things stood out for me at the combine: First, the emphasis on strength these days is unbelievable. Players these days are more strength-conscious than ever before.

To give you an idea of why that's notable, in 1997, an offensive line prospect out of Washington State named Scott Sanderson, who was a third-round pick by the Titans, threw the bar up only six times. At this year's combine, every offensive lineman who performed in the bench press put up 20 reps or more. That's never happened before.

The other thing that stood out for me was the incredible speed of these prospects, particularly the receivers and running backs. Of the 75 or so WRs and RBs at the combine, I personally timed 17 of them at under 4.4 seconds, and two of them at under 4.3 -- Oregon State's Brandin Cooks and Kent State's Dri Archer. (Officially, Archer was the only player who posted a sub-4.3 time, at 4.26; Cooks' official time was 4.33.)

On Wednesday, I talked about some of the top draft prospects who stood out at the combine. Let's turn to some of the less-talked-about guys at the combine who caught my attention, listed here in alphabetical order.

(The 40 times mentioned below are ones that I hand-timed myself at the combine. The official times are listed in parentheses.)
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People need to stop talking about Andre Williams. I'm hoping we can get him in the 4th/5th.
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People need to stop talking about Andre Williams. I'm hoping we can get him in the 4th/5th.
Ehh not a fan. Straight line runner that doesn't make guys miss, can't catch the ball, and doesn't have experience blocking. Reminds me of Shonn Greene.
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Ehh not a fan. Straight line runner that doesn't make guys miss, can't catch the ball, and doesn't have experience blocking. Reminds me of Shonn Greene.
Cant catch, (understatement) will make Williams undraftable in BOB's offense. Damien Williams is a late rd guy who I think would make a great fit in BOB's offense.
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Cant catch, (understatement) will make Williams undraftable in BOB's offense. Damien Williams is a late rd guy who I think would make a great fit in BOB's offense.
I was a big fan of taking James White (Wisconsin) late, but he's not really under the radar anymore. I really like LaDarius Perkins (Mississippi State) as a passing down back.
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If Andre Williams falls to the late rounds I would automatically be opposed to taking him. At the very least I see him as a dependable back that will get you tough yards. Might be a good special teams guy.

I wouldn't touch him early because he lacks dimensions to his game. But he's not an ordinary bruising back. He doesn't simply lower his shoulders and truck people. He has powerful legs which help him slip arm tackles. He's a hard guy to bring down and he runs with some aggression. I don't see that part if his game changing in the nfl.
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* As I wrote a month ago, Va. Tech QB Logan Thomas is a fascinating case for NFL personnel people. Thomas actually didn't have much quarterbacking experience before arriving at Tech. He was recruited as a tight end. He had a terrific sophomore year but was shaky the past two years as the skill talent around him declined. His accuracy is suspect and his decision-making is too. His physical tools and size are jaw-dropping as NFL folks now can attest. At 6-6, 250, he had the fastest 40 among all the QBs (4.61), the best vertical (35.5), longest broad-jump (9-10) and also most velocity on his throws (60 mph... Pitt's Tom Savage was next at 57 mph I'm told). Having spent a lot of time around Thomas for the past two months for my upcoming QB book, I've found him very easy-going and likable. Of course, the latter two impressions don't necessarily mean he'll impress NFL brass in interviews who are looking for presence and confidence in their QB prospects. Still, Thomas as a developmental project will be very tempting for some NFL teams I suspect.

* Quietly, a great trip for Stanford's hard-running Tyler Gaffney...

* I spoke to several NFL personnel folks who came away loving LSU WR/KR Odell Beckham Jr. almost as much as...

* There are two-super sized WRs in this draft: Texas A&M's Mike Evans and FSU's Kelvin Benjamin. Evans was the...

* Speaking of Evans, Missouri CB E.J. Gaines, who lined up against many of the best WRs in the SEC, called Vandy's smooth Jordan Matthews, not Evans, the top wideout he faced in his career. Like Evans, Matthews has...

* I think if O-linemen worked out later in the week than at the start of the combine more people outside of Indy would've been talking about...

* I don't care about Jadeveon Clowney's relatively low number of reps (21) benching 225. Clowney, again, more than backed up beliefs that he's the Freakiest athlete we've seen in college football in a long time with his 4.53 40 weighing 266 pounds. Clowney basically repped the same number on the bench as two of the NFL's top pass-rushers this year, Robert Quinn and Greg Hardy. And Clowney is even more explosive than they are. I do think his lack of effort at times is cause for concern, but for those saying he is just a workout warrior, keep in mind he averaged 0.67 sacks a game in his college career--only two other active college players were higher in 2013, as South Carolina's Charles Bloom pointed out.

* The D-lineman who had the best week in Indy though was Pitt's Aaron Donald, who was...

* I've been chirping about Buffalo's Kahlil Mack all season and was...

* I had a chance to visit with an NFL linebackers coach not long after he'd met with former Ohio State star Ryan Shazier. The coach seemed surprised -- and thrilled that...

* South Dakota's Tyler Starr didn't set the combine record for linebackers in the three-cone drill like he thought he might. His time of...

The small-school LB that created the most buzz in Indy was Montana's Jordan Tripp...

* I'm a big Darqueze Dennard fan. He's physical and tough and was the closest thing to a lock-down corner as we get in college football, but after watching the DBs group in Indy, I suspect Oklahoma State's Justin Gilbert will be the top corner picked. He measured at over 6-0 and weighed 202 while running 4.37. He also has terrific film.

* Shrinkage is rarely a good thing although in...

* Over the years of doing the Freaks list there's been some skepticism about the validity of some of the testing numbers included in the stories. Thanks to Aaron Aloysius, for the headsup noting the case of Ole Miss WR Donte Moncrief, who last year put up these numbers: 4.44 in the 40, 11-1 broad jump and 39-inch vertical. At the combine, his numbers almost mirrored them: 4.40 in the 40; 11-0 in the broad jump and 39.5 vertical.

* Last note: I don't know how much Mizzou pays strength coach Pat Ivey, but I'm pretty sure whatever it is, the school is getting...
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I can confirm Jimmie Ward/DB/Northern Illinois was not cleared to participate in Tuesday's combine workout after being diagnosed with a Jones fracture in his foot. It's considered a mid/small fracture; in a nutshell, I'm told it's a less severe version of what Julio Jones worked out with several years ago. The injury will be resolved with a simple procedure after the NIU pro-day. I'm told Ward, who felt ready to go earlier this week despite being pulled from the workout by combine officials, plans on fully participating in the NIU pro-day next week.
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LOL did he just walk there from Indy or something?

I enjoyed watching Muema play in college but there's some kind of crazy going on in his head and I hope the Texans want no part of it.
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LOL did he just walk there from Indy or something?

I enjoyed watching Muema play in college but there's some kind of crazy going on in his head and I hope the Texans want no part of it.
Yep, they do a little sleep deprivation at the Combine and that's often when psych issues show up.
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Yep, they do a little sleep deprivation at the Combine and that's often when psych issues show up.
Interesting. He's an idiot anyway. He should have stayed in school he was never going to get drafted regardless.

If he stayed another year and worked on football more, including his 40 time he might have got a chance at being drafted for STs then parlaying that into a RB gig in Seattle.
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He was wandering the wilderness... couldn't do it for 40 days though.

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I'd love to see Smallwood fall to us at 3-65. But he'll likely improve his 40 at his pro-day.
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the average draft prospect benches 225 pounds 20 times.

The average 40 time for draft prospects over the last 3 years is 4.75

The average weight of an NFL draft prospect over the last 3 yrs is 243 pounds.

The average arm length of the 2014 draft class is 32.5 inches.

The average hand size for the 2014 draft class is about 9.58 inches.
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Yep, they do a little sleep deprivation at the Combine and that's often when psych issues show up.
He said that he left the Combine because G-d told him to. As a physician, we look at it this way.............If you talk to G-d, it's prayer. If G-d talks to you (and drugs aren't involved), it's usually Schizophrenia.
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