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This is a thread intended to contain scouting reports on prospects for the upcoming 2007 draft. You are free to make your own scouting report, but please, make it a serious one. If you paste someone elses, follow our MB's rules and post the link. Mods, PLEASE sticky this thread so this may become a reference thread for the upcoming draft.

I will start with the first reports.
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Reggie Nelson S 6'1 193 Florida
By: Robert Davis
Nelson originally signed with Florida in 2003, but was unable to gain admittance to the University. After two years at Coffeyville(KS) Community College(only one on the gridiron), he finally landed with the Gators. In his lone season at CCC, Nelson had 72 tackles and six picks on the year. In his first season with the Gators, he racked up 46 tackles, four for loss, and an interception.
Reggie Nelson is an attacking safety with big time playmaking ability. He flies around the football field and is aggressive in every facet of the game. Nelson is tough and plays bigger than his wiry frame indicates. He delivers big hits and isnít afraid to lend help in support. Nelsonís biggest impact comes with his ability to make plays on the football. He has a nose for the ball, and really goes after the ball when it is in the air. He is a great athlete and shows the speed to run plays down and keep up down the field in coverage.
Nelson is an excellent safety prospect, and does not have too many flaws in his game. He is on the thin side for a safety, and will have to bulk up at the next level. His lack of strength and bulk will hurt him in the running game, and will cause problems as he matches up with bigger receivers in the league.
There is a lot of safety talent at the top of the draft, and Nelson is arguably the best. If he declares, he will battle LaRon Landry and Michael Griffin for the right to be the first safety selected. He has a lot of talent and has a very bright future in the NFL.
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Darrelle Revis CB 6' 200 Pitt Jr.
By: Robert Davis
Revis made an immediate impact for the Panthers as a freshman in 2004, finishing the year with 49 tackles, two picks, and 14 passes defensed on his way to Freshman All America honors. He followed that up with an excellent sophomore season, earning all Big East 1st team honors after finishing the year with 41 tackles, four picks, and 13 passes defensed. He also averaged 11.6 yards per punt return on the year.
Revis is an excellent cover man. He has excellent quickness, and shows the ability to easily mirror receivers throughout their route, and has the speed to keep up with them down the field. When the ball is in the air, Revis has the natural instinct to pick it up and make a play on the ball. He also possesses good size, and is not afraid to mix it up in run support. Revis has also shown the ability to be a factor as a punt returner, and could bring an upgrade to some teams return game.
Although he has played ever since he landed on campus, Revis still needs a bit more work on his game. He relies on his physical talent too much, and allows separation to receivers, only to recover because of his speed. He will also need to learn how to be more physical off the snap against bigger receivers.
Revis, only a junior, is arguably the top corner in the draft. If he declares, he will battle a number of other corners to be the first one selected in April. He is a legitimate first round talent, and could become a very good cover man early in his NFL career.
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Antoine Cason CB 6' 182 Arizona Jr.
By: Robert Davis
From the time Cason stepped for on Arizonaís campus, he has been something special. Not many true freshman start their first game in college, but Cason did, and he has started every game since. As a freshman, he was in on 70 tackles, with 5.5 coming for loss, along with four interceptions. As a sophomore, he had already emerged as a big time corner and teams went the opposite way, but he still managed 50 tackles, 2.5 for loss, and three picks.
Cason has the ability to be a true shutdown corner. Not only does he have the athleticism, quickness, and ball skills, but he has the attitude of a top tier corner. Cason will not back down from anyone, and loves be tested. He shows the ability to turn and run with receivers, and has the ability to locate the ball while it is in the air. Cason does not shy away from run stopping either. He is very active and quickly reads a run and aggressively pursues the ball carrier.
Although Cason is a complete corner, he could be more disciplined. He will go for the ball and the big play too much. Also, while he is not small, his size is nothing special, and he is a tad lanky for an NFL corner. With his aggressive style, he may need to bulk up to handle the way he throws his body around.
Despite only being a true junior, Cason has played every snap at Arizona since he has been there. In a conference that throws the ball quite a bit, he is battle tested and may feel he is ready to leap to the NFL. If he does, he has as good a shot as any to be the first corner selected.
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Laron Landry S 6'2 202 LSU
By: Robert Davis
Not many true freshman can jump into the SEC and make an immediate impact. Laron Landry was able to do just that. As a freshman, he made 80 tackles and picked off two passes. He took another step up as a sophomore, and had a career high 92 tackles and four interceptions. Heading into his junior season, he had the NFL on his mind, but did not let that effect him. He finished the year with 69 tackles and three interceptions, earning various All American honors in the process.
Landry is an excellent free safety prospect. He is long and lean, and can match up with any receiver down the field in coverage. He is a great cover safety, and his combination of height and athleticism allow him to make plays on the ball, as well as keeping his man from hauling in the pass. Landry is not just a cover guy though, as he will attack the line of scrimmage and stick his nose in on running plays. He has experience in college at all secondary spots, so he brings the added versatility of being able to shift around to create different mismatches.
The main knock with Landry is the amount of bulk he carries on his frame. Although he has continued to add weight, he should add more weight to his frame. He may be too lean to match up physically with bigger receivers in the NFL over the course of the season.
Thereís not much to dislike about Landry. His talent, instincts, and experience make him an excellent prospect. Heís produced every year at LSU, and this year should be no different. He is a player that could definitely hear his name called in the first round.
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Marcus McCauley CB 6' 1 205 Fresno St.
By: Robert Davis
McCauley was a reserve as a freshman, but moved into the starting lineup as a sophomore and hasnít slowed down since. As a sophomore, he picked off three passes to go with 31 tackles, three for loss, and a sack. As a junior, he had 45 tackles, two for loss, and an interception.
There isnít much more you can ask for physically out of a corner. McCauley has it all. He has very good size, and matches up very well with bigger wideouts. His combination of height and jumping ability allow him to make plays on the ball with receivers a few inches taller. He doesnít give up anything to the smaller receivers either. McCauley has the speed to keep up with any receiver well down the field.. He has a chance to be an all around standout cornerback.
There arenít too many things to dislike about McCauleyís game. He may have some trouble with the smaller, quicker receivers at the next level, but he has shown the recovery speed to make up for any missed steps.
Marcus McCauley played opposite 2nd round pick Richard Marshall last year, but teams went the way of challenging, Marshall more. He has the talent and potential to go as high as any corner in next years draft, and could be a standout at the next level.
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Daymeion Hughes CB 6'2 188 California
By: Robert Davis
Daymeion Hughes burst onto the scene as a true freshman, earning five starts, and finishing with 30 tackles, and two picks. He didnít quite have the sophomore season expected as a big play guy, as he posted just 26 tackles on the year. As a junior however, Hughes lived up to the hype generated off of that standout rookie campaign. He had 62 tackles, five picks, and led the Pac 10 with 17 passes defensed.
Hughes has a great blend of size and athleticism. He has the height to match up with the taller receivers, but he is also an excellent athlete and has the ability to turn and cover receivers down the field. He is very aggressive in both making plays on the ball, and at helping in run support. Hughes is a playmaker and has a nose for the football.
While he has good size, Hughes could stand to add a few pounds to his frame. He may not be able to compete with the stronger wide receivers because of his lanky frame. His aggressiveness can also hurt him at times, as he tends to bite on plays too much at this point.
Daymeion Hughes has excelled on the football field, and still has upside left to his game. He has an excellent combination of height and athleticism, and that will draw a lot of attention as the draft gets closer. He enters the year as arguably the top senior corner at this point, and a solid senior year will only solidify that.
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Doug Free OT 6'7 302 Northern Illinois
By: Robert Davis
Free has had his share of individual success in college, earning post season honors after each season he has played. As a freshman in 2003, he earned Freshman AA honors after being a key cog in Michael Turnerís success. The past two years he has earned All MAC honors, paving the way for Garrett Wolfe to put up major numbers.
Doug Free has the classic left tackle game. He is long and lean, and is a great pass blocker. He is an excellent athlete, and glides across the football field. He easily mirrors defenders moves, and he can get out and block on the move. Free is also an excellent run blocker, as evidenced by the success of the running backs for the Huskies over the past few seasons. He gets off the snap quickly and seals off defenders to open up holes.
The only real question with Free is that he could probably stand to add more weight. He is on the lean side. He also is not overly powerful at the point of attack. He can open holes in the running game, but heís a finesse blocker. Added strength would help him drive people off the ball.
Doug Free is one of the best tackles available for the 2006 NFL Draft. After Joe Thomas, he may be the best senior tackle available. If he continues to have the same success he has had in previous years, he could be looking at a first round phone call.
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Brandon Mebane DT 6'3 295 California
By: Robert Davis
Brandon Mebane is a player that has continued to grow physically, and as a football player each year in college. He signed with the Bears as a 6'1 260lb DE/DT tweener, and has developed into one of the best interior lineman in the game. After backing up as a freshman, Mebane moved into the starting lineup four games into sophomore season, and has performed at a high level ever since. He finished that season with 25 tackles, six for loss, with 2.5 sacks. As a junior, he was named All Pac 10 1st team after notching 29 tackles, 9.5 for loss, and seven sacks despite being slowed by an ankle injury.
Mebane has fantastic quickness and agility for a defensive tackle. He is an excellent penetrator, and could be a big time playmaker for an interior lineman. He gets a great jump off the snap, and after initial contact with his opponent, his quickness and ability to change direction take charge and he gets into the backfield on a consistent basis. Mebane is also a player you have to battle all game long, as he will not take a snap off. Heís a pest, and will not back down from anyone.
The only pressing question at this time with Mebane, is his true size. He may not weigh as much, or be as tall, as his listings suggest. With his frame, he may not be able to sustain 300lbs over an entire season, and keep all of his quickness.
Brandon Mebane is a great penetrator and can hold his own in the running game, so should be in high demand as April approaches. If his size checks out similar to his listed 6'3 295, he could end up being the first defensive tackle off the board.
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Brandon Meriweather S 6' 195 Miami
By: Robert Davis
There arenít many players that have produced on the level of Brandon Meriweather. After serving as a backup and special teamer in 2003, he moved into the starting lineup and had 62 tackles, two for loss, with a pair of interceptions as a sophomore in 2004. During his junior season is where Meriweather took his game to an elite level. He finished the year with various All American honors after racking up 115 tackles, 13 for loss, with three interceptions.
Brandon Meriweather is the total package at safety. His biggest impact comes in attacking the line of scrimmage. He is fearless, and is a force at stopping the run. But he is also an excellent blitzer and gets into the backfield on a consistent basis and makes plays. In coverage, he shows the ability to locate the ball and speed to get to the action and make plays. He also brings the versatility of being able to play at both safety spots.
Despite being a stud at strong safety, he may lack the size to play there full time in the NFL. At just under 200lbs, his body would take quite a beating at the next level. He may need to move over to free safety, where he has experience, but his big play ability was on display as a strong safety.
Brandon Meriweather has the talent to play both safety spots at the next level, and could draw quite a bit of consideration in the second around area of the draft. If he can pack on some weight and maintain it, he could be a standout strong safety in the NFL. Otherwise, a switch to free safety may be in the works. Whatever happens, Meriweather looks like a player that will play in the league for many years and have a very successful career.
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Travarous Bain
CB | (6'0", 175, 4.45) | HAMPTON

Overall: Bain originally attended Miami-Fl in 2002 and was redshirted. In 2003, he appeared in seven games as reserve defensive back and on special teams recording one total tackle. Bain saw limited playing time and recorded just one tackle in 2004. He transferred to Hampton in 2005. Bain played in nine games (eight starts) in 2005 finishing the season with 28 total tackles, one interception, and 13 pass breakups to earn first team All-MEAC honors.
Bain is a developmental prospect that has the speed, agility and frame to develop into an every-down corner in the NFL. However, he is raw and he needs to add some bulk/strength to his game. Bain projects as a Day Two selection in the 2007 NFL draft.

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Doug Free OT 6'7 302 Northern Illinois
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Free has had his share of individual success in college, earning post season honors after each season he has played. As a freshman in 2003, he earned Freshman AA honors after being a key cog in Michael Turnerís success. The past two years he has earned All MAC honors, paving the way for Garrett Wolfe to put up major numbers.
Doug Free has the classic left tackle game. He is long and lean, and is a great pass blocker. He is an excellent athlete, and glides across the football field. He easily mirrors defenders moves, and he can get out and block on the move. Free is also an excellent run blocker, as evidenced by the success of the running backs for the Huskies over the past few seasons. He gets off the snap quickly and seals off defenders to open up holes.
The only real question with Free is that he could probably stand to add more weight. He is on the lean side. He also is not overly powerful at the point of attack. He can open holes in the running game, but heís a finesse blocker. Added strength would help him drive people off the ball.
Doug Free is one of the best tackles available for the 2006 NFL Draft. After Joe Thomas, he may be the best senior tackle available. If he continues to have the same success he has had in previous years, he could be looking at a first round phone call.
These must be pre-season scouting reports cuz I dont know anybody who would say that Free is the #2 OT after his performance this season.
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This particular report is a little dated, but physically he has everything you look for. Prior to the past 5 weeks, nobody was predicting Jake Long for first round.
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This particular report is a little dated, but physically he has everything you look for. Prior to the past 5 weeks, nobody was predicting Jake Long for first round.
I agree about Free's physical talent or ability. I dont even think that's debatable. But he just looks lost on the field & he cant pick up a blitz to save his life.

I know quite a few people who would say that Long was a top 3 OT prospect before the season. Maybe he wasnt being pimped as a first rounder but definitely in the top 40 picks.
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Travis Cooley LG (#55)So. Miss. Plays U of H to night. Got picked to Confernce USA second team. Was hoping he'd slide. Don't think it will happen now.

Mark White Center (60) South Carolina. Another guy I like. Made some great combo blocks against Clemson. Seems to me to fit the scheme.
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mods...can we get this stickied please?
Agreed . thanks mods. Might save dozens of threads on the same topic. I.E. prospects and under the radar prospect for the draft.
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To save time as well, I think itd be a good idea for YoungTexanFan to post the links in the first original thread so nobody has to go searching. You could do it by positions, becuase I asume this will get pretty big once the college season ends.
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To save time as well, I think itd be a good idea for YoungTexanFan to post the links in the first original thread so nobody has to go searching. You could do it by positions, becuase I asume this will get pretty big once the college season ends.
I will do so once we are a bit closer. I want the reports to be updated and more complete and include more people. It will come. Good to see you on our board Lork. I see you on FF sometimes as well.
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someone post jamarcus russell's scouting report.
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