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Old 03-15-2014   #101
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Rising Sock Report: Who helped themselves with a strong pro day performance? Greg Gabriel
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  • D’Anthony Thomas – Running Back – Oregon – Thomas ran his 40 in 4.35 while also having a 10’5” long jump. On the downside, he did only nine reps of 225. Thomas will be a specialty-type player in the NFL
  • Taylor Hart – Defensive Tackle – Oregon – Hart measured 6063 – 284 and did 23 reps of 225. His drill work was very good, showing that he is a fit for either a 3-4 or 4-3 defensive scheme.
  • Dee Ford – Defensive End – Auburn – The medical people didn’t let Ford work at the combine because of a back issue. At his pro day, he ran a 4.61 while jumping 35 ½ and 10’4”. He also had a 7.07 3 cone. Ford weighed in at under 250 and looks to be the classic tweener. The NFL clubs' medical people will have a lot to say as to where Ford get drafted.
  • Khalil Mack – Linebacker – Buffalo – The only combine drill that Mack did was the 40. He ran an average of 4.54 in his only attempt. After running, Mack looked outstanding doing positional drills for coaches.
  • Jimmy Garoppolo – Quarterback – Eastern Illinois – Garoppolo worked out at Northwestern’s pro day and threw the ball very well. There was a representative of just about every club at the workout.
  • Eric Lora – Wide Receiver – Eastern Illinois – Lora was not at the combine but was Garoppolo’s go-to receiver at EIU. He measured 5103 – 203 and ran 4.49. He also had jumps of 36” and 9’11”. His three-cone was a fast 6.76. Those numbers will probably get him drafted in the later rounds.
  • Colton Underwood – Defensive End/Outside Linebacker – Illinois St. – Underwood was also not at the combine. He measured 6024 – 256. He ran the 40 in 4.70 to go along with jumps of 36” and 10’. His three-cone was 7.03. During drills, he looked good dropping into coverage and the overall workout may get him drafted.
  • Anthony Barr – Linebacker – UCLA – Barr improved on his speed at the combine running the 40 in 4.41 and 4.49. He also looked good during drills.
  • Ryan Shazier – Linebacker – Ohio State – Shazier did not run at the combine, but ran an average of 4.38 at his pro day. At 235 pounds, that speed will put Shazier into the first round.
  • Corey Linsley – Center – Ohio State – Corey measured 6026 – 301 and ran the 40 in 4.97 and 5.00. His positional drill work was very good. His arm length is only 31 7/8. This may hurt him on draft day, but if there is a position on the offensive line where a player can get away with having shorter arms, it’s center.
  • Darqueze Dennard – Corner – Michigan State – Dennard did run at the MSU pro day, but he had a vertical jump of 36” and a long jump of 11’2”! He also had outstanding positional drill work.
  • Jimmie Ward – Safety – Northern Illinois – Ward did not work at the combine because of a foot injury. Knowing he needed to get a time in for scouts, he ran 4.48 and the NIU pro day. Ward will have foot surgery shortly but should be recovered in time for training camp if not sooner.
  • Shaquille Richardson – Corner – Arizona – Richardson was another non –combine player. With tall corners being wanted by every NFL team, Richardson’s workout helped his cause. He measured 6001 – 194 with 32” arms. He ran a 4.44, had jumps of 38.5 and 10’7” to go along with a 6.87 3-cone. Richardson will get drafted!
  • Blake Annen – Tight End – Cincinnati – Annen was not invited to Indy and needed a strong pro day, He had one! At 6041 – 247 he ran a 4.45. He also had jumps of 34” and 10’, to go along with a 7.19 3-come and 25 reps of 225. It was a very strong workout.
  • Brett Smith – Quarterback – Wyoming – I was shocked that Smith did not get invited to the combine. He is easily a better player than half the quarterbacks there. At his pro day, he measured 6016 which is a little short, but he ran 4.51 and had a long jump of 10’8”. During drill work he threw the ball very well.
  • Robert Herron – Wide Receiver – Wyoming – There was never a question about Herron’s speed, having been a top sprinter in high school. Herron ran well at the combine, but improved that, running a sub 4.40 at the Wyoming pro day.

With about three more weeks of pro days still coming, I will try and update this list every Saturday.
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Everybody running these blazing times at their pro days. Yeah right.

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Interesting thing about those two small school QBs is that their #1 WR is listed right there next to them. Makes you pause for a second and wonder if one is making the other look better than they are. Just an observation.
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March 17 Pro Days: Appalachian State, Boise State, Florida, Houston, Lane College, Louisville, Memphis, Valdosta State, Virginia, Wake Forest, Texas Southern, Idaho State, James Madison, Rice
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Looks like a Matt Schaub thrown ball. Behind the receiver for no good reason. No reason that ball couldn't have been thrown in front of the receiver.
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Hot off the presses .

http://www.ourlads.com/nfl-combine-ratings/2014/
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Looks like a Matt Schaub thrown ball. Behind the receiver for no good reason. No reason that ball couldn't have been thrown in front of the receiver.
True, but chances are Scaubie is already in the fetal position a half second into the clip.
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A Look at the 2014 NFL Draft's Most Overrated Stars

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Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville(more of a 15- to 30-type player than a top five)
Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida(more of a second-round pick)
Dee Ford, OLB, Auburn(between picks 25-30 with the 3-4 team)
Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame(a second-rounder at best)
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Does anyone that writes at Bleacher Report have any credence? Just askin'
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Does anyone that writes at Bleacher Report have any credence? Just askin'
The answer is no. I think Playoffs just posts these things as talking points to keep these threads alive though.
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Does anyone that writes at Bleacher Report have any credence? Just askin'
Yes, but you have to learn the players because there are still fools on there. The model is built to weed out the b.s. over time. Just has that annoying page clicks thingy.

Greg Gabriel is a highly experienced, respected scout...
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I have no problem with that list. QBs are overrated every year due to need.

In fact, I would take Tuitt off that list and add Manziel.

I also think Hageman should be on there.
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Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville(more of a 15- to 30-type player than a top five)
Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida(more of a second-round pick)
Ohp... gotta book mark that link for later reading. Looks like it agrees with what I've been saying.
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Only 4 FBS QBs over last 10 yrs averaged at least 8 yds/att AND at least 45% on 3rd down: Bradford, Stafford, Manziel, Bridgewater.
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Only 4 FBS QBs over last 10 yrs averaged at least 8 yds/att AND at least 45% on 3rd down: Bradford, Stafford, Manziel, Bridgewater.
Don't know how accurate that is. I'm pretty sure Keenum did it with Houston as well.

EDIT: Someone double check me, but I think over 4 seasons Keenum was 8.5 Y/A and 50% 3rd down.
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Only 4 FBS QBs over last 10 yrs averaged at least 8 yds/att AND at least 45% on 3rd down: Bradford, Stafford, Manziel, Bridgewater.
There's got to be another qualifier.


Sounds like maybe he's trying to separate Bortles from the bunch.
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Florida State Pro Day live video: http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_...-State-Pro-Day

March 18: California, Delaware, Florida State, Montana State, Murray State, Old Dominion, Pittsburg State, Sam Houston State, Southern Illinois, Tarleton State, UC Davis, William & Mary

NFL Who's Who at Fla. State. Jim Caldwell chatting up Kelvin Benjamin.




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He's not a fantastic athlete, which is why I think he would be better served to move inside in the NFL. I don't think he's an edge rusher. But he's a football player. Some guys just have it when the pads are on. I don't think he'll ever be an All Pro or anything. But he'll give you more than you expect from a 6th/7th rounder.

When I watched Colorado St to check out Bibbs, this kid just jumped out on every single defensive series.
Sounds like a perfect pick in the late rounds for Seattle.
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Word around the league and in Orlando (UCF pro-day) has the St Louis Rams actively shopping the number two pick in the draft...
I'm shocked, shocked...!

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50 days to the draft!

March 19: Baylor, Central Florida, Lindenwood, Missouri State, San Jose State, Utah, Virginia Tech, Youngstown State

Logan Thomas, David Fales two other draftable QBs with pro days as well as the guy from UCF.

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