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Old 01-14-2010   #1
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Default Some familar names missing from combine envites.

Players not on the published list,
WRs
Riley Cooper of Florida

interior offensive linemen
Sergio Render of Virginia Tech
Thomas Austin of Clemson

Texas Tech DE Brandon Sharpe
Oklahoma DT DeMarcus Granger

LBs Joe Pawelek of Baylor,
Rico McCoy of Tennessee

Western Illinois CB Patrick Stoudamire.

Who isnít on the list matters to the extent that while some players not invited to the combine will ultimately be drafted, the combine is a pretty good indicator who the NFL thinks the top 250-300 prospects are. Of course, many of the underclassmen who have applied to enter the 2010 draft will also be added to the list in the coming weeks and it is still possible that other seniors could also be added between now and the end of February.


Im just blown away that Render wasnt invited. Guess thats why sittin on a couch typing this stuff on a message board and not getting paid for it.
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Heres the list of players invited so far

OFFENSE
Quarterbacks:
Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
Sean Canfirld, Oregon State
Darryl Clark, Penn State
Max Hall, BYU
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
Mike Kafka, Northwestern
Dan Lefevour, Central Michigan
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
Colt McCoy, Texas
Tony Pike, Cincinnati
John Skelton, Fordham
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
Tim Tebow, Florida

Running back:
Matt Asiata, Utah
Joique Bell, Wayne State
LeGarrette Blount, Oregon
Chris Brown, Oklahoma (X)
Andre Dixon, UConn
Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
Toby Gerhard, Stanford
Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
Javarris James, Miami
Stafon Johnson, Southern California (X)
Lonyae Miller, Fresno State
Brandon Minor, Michigan
Pat Paschall, North Dakota State
Charles Scott, LSU (X)
CJ Spiller, Clemson
James Starks, Buffalo (X)
Ben Tate, Auburn
Keith Totson, Oklahoma State
Keiland Williams, LSU

Fullbacks:
John Conner, Kentucky
Rashawn Jackson, Virginia
Manase Tonga, BYU

Wide Receivers:
Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State
Alric Arnett, West Virginia
Danario Alexander, Missouri
Brandon Banks, Kansas State
Nyan Boateng, California
Chris Carter, Cal-Davis
West Chastin, Fresno State
Riley Cooper, Florida
Eric Decker, Minnesota (X)
Marcus Easley, UConn
Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State (QB)
Jacoby Ford, Clemson
David Gettis, Baylor
Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati (KR)
Shay Hodge, Mississippi
Donald Jones, Youngstown State
Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State
Brandon LaFell, LSU
Scott Long, Louisville
Dexter McCuster, Mississippi (RB/KR)
Chris McGaha, Arizona State
Kerry Meier, Kansas
Preston Parker, North Alabama
Jared Perry, Missouri
Taylor Price, Ohio
David Reed, Utah
Andre Roberts, Citadel
Emmanual Sanders, SMU
Jordan Shipley, Texas
Verran Tucker, California
Blair White, Michigan State
Jeremy Williams, Tulane
Kyle Williams, Arizona State
Stephen Williams Toledo
Ryan Wolfe, UNLV

Tight Ends
Nate Byham, Pittsburgh
Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh
Ed Dickson, Oregon
Jim Dray, Stanford
Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma
Dedrick Epps, Miami
Riar Geer, Colorado
Garrett Graham, Wisconsin
Jimmy Graham, Miami
Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
Clay Harbour, Missouri State
Michael Hoomanawnui, Illinois
Jeron Mastud, Kansas State
Anthony McCoy, Southern California
Tony Moeaki, Iowa
Colin Peek, Alabama
Dennis Pitta, BYU
Andrew Quarless, Penn State

Offensive Tackles:
Zane Beadles, Utah
Ciron Black, LSU
Charles Brown, Southern California
Kyle Calloway, Iowa
Selvish Capers, West Virginia
Chris DeGeare, Wake Forest (OG)
Jason Fox, Miami, (X)
Kyle Jolly, North Carolina
Matt Kopa, Stanford
John Jerry, Mississippi (OG)
Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State
Marshall Newhouse, TCU (OG)
Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
Cole Pemberton, Colorado State
Roger Saffold, Indiana
Chris Scott, Tennessee
Adam Ulatoski, Texas
Jared Velheer, Hillsdale
Ed Wang, Virginia Tech
Tony Washington, Abilene Christian
Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt
Trent Williams, Oklahoma
Sam Young, Notre Dame

Offensive Guards:
John Asamoah, Illinois
Brandon Carter, Texas Tech
Vladimir DuCasse, UMass (OT)
Kurtis Gregory, Missouri
Joe Hawley, UNLV
Mike Iupati, Idaho
Michael Johnson, Alabama
Alex Parsons, Southern California
Mitch Petrus, Arkansas
Dace Richardson, Iowa (OT)
Shelley Smith, Colorado State

Centres:
Jeff Byers, Southern California (OG)
Jake Hickman, Nebraska
Ted Larsen, North Carolina State
Eric Olsen, Notre Dame
Matt Tennant, Boston College
J. D. Walton, Baylor

DEFENSE

Defensive Ends:
Rahim Alem, LSU
Tyson Aluala, California
Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
Jermaine Cunningham, Florida
Dexter Davis, Arizona State
Hall Davis, Louisiana-Lafayette
Brandon Deadrick, Alabama
Junior Galette, Stillman
Brandon Graham, Michigan
Greg Hardy, Mississippi
Jerry Hughes, TCU
Carl Ihenacho, San Jose State
Jammie Kirlew, Indiana
Sergio Kindle, Texas (OLB)
Austen Lane, Murray State
Brandon Lang, Troy
Eric Lorig, Stanford
Albert McClellan, Marshall (OLB)
Greg Middleton, Indiana
Koa Misi, Utah
Eric Norwood, South Carolina
Ricky Sapp, Clemson (OLB)
George Selvie, South Florida
O'Brien Schofield, Wisconsin
Cam Sheffield, Troy
Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Washington
Adrian Tracy, William&Mary
Lorenzo Washington, Alabama
CJ Wilson, East Carolina
Lindsey Witten, UConn
Corey Wooton, Northwestern
Willie Young, North Carolina State

Defensive Tackles:
Charles Alexander, LSU
Geno Atkins, Georgia
Terrence Cody, Alabama
Lamarr Houston, Texas
Arthur Jones, Syracuse (X)
Earl Mitchell, Arizona
Mike Neal, Purdue
Jared Odrick, Penn State
Vince Oghobaase, Duke
Corey Peters, Kentucky
Jay Ross, East Carolina
D'Anthony 'Boo' Smith, Louisiana Tech
Malcolm Sheppard, Arkansas
Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska
Cam Thomas, North Carolina
Torell Troup, Central Florida
Dan Williams, Tennessee
Al Woods, LSU
Doug Worthington, Ohio State

Inside Linebackers:
Pat Angerer, Iowa
Phillip Dillard, Nebraska
Micah Johnson, Kentucky
Boris Lee, Troy
Mike McLaughlin, Boston College
Darryl Sharpton, Miami
Brandon Spikes, Florida
Daryl Washington, TCU
Kion Wilson, South Florida

Outside Linebackers:
Kyle Bosworth, UCLA
Justin Cole, San Jose State
Kavell Conner, Clemson
AJ Edds, Iowa
Travis Goethel, Arizona State
Keaton Kristick, Oregon State
Simoni Lawrence, Minnesota
Sean Lee, Penn State
Sam Maxwell,Kentucky
Roddrick Muckleroy, Texas
Perry Riley, LSU
Steven Sylvester, Utah
Nathan Triplett, Minnesota
Dekoda Watson, Florida State
Sean Weatherspon, Missouri

Cornerbacks:
Javier Arenas, Alabama (KR)
Nolan Carroll, Maryland
Chris Cook, Virginia
Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State
Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
Marshay Green, Mississippi
Chris Hawkins, LSU
Brian Jackson, Oklahoma
AJ Jefferson, Fresno State
Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt
Trevard Lyndley, Kentucky
Devin McCourty, Rutgers
Sherrick McManus, Northwestern
Jerome Murphy, South Florida
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana (Pa) (X)
David Pender, Purdue
Patrick Robinson, Florida State
Devin Ross, Arizona
Kevin Thomas, Southern California
Syd'Quan Thompson, California
Walter Thurmond, Oregon (X)
Stephan Virgil, Virginia Tech
Al Verner, UCLA
Jamar Wall, Texas Tech
Kyle Wilson, Boise State

Safeties:
Nate Allen, South Florida
Jonathan Amaya, Nevada
Larry Asante, Nebraska
Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech
Barry Church, Toledo
Harry Coleman, LSU (OLB)
Kurt Coleman, Ohio State
Kendrick Lewis, Mississippi
Taylor Mays, Southern California
Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame
Josh Pinkard, Southern California (CB)
Nick Polk, Indiana
Myron Rolle, Florida State
Darian Stewart, South Carolina
Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
TJ Ward, Oregon
Justin Woodall, Alabama

Specialists - kickers
Aaron Pettrey, Ohio State
Brett Swenson, Michigan State
Leigh Tiffin, Alabama

-punters
Brent Bowden, Virginia Tech
Matt Dodge, East Carolina
Robert Malone, Fresno State
Zoltan Mesko, Michigan
Scott Ravanesi, Southern Illinois


-snappers
Clint Gresham, TCU

-return specialits
Trindon Holliday, LSU
Brandon James, Florida
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Default Re: Some familar names missing from combine envites.

Here is a list (provided by SI) of Seniors invited to participate in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine broken down by school to make couch scouting easier. (some seniors will be added later):

Abilene Christian: OT Tony Washington.

Alabama: CB Javier Arenas, NT Terrence Cody, DE Brandon Deaderick, G Michael Johnson, TE Colin Peek, K Van Tiffin, DE Lorenzo Washington, S Justin Woodall.

Appalachian State: QB Armanti Edwards.

Arizona: DT Earl Mitchell, CB Devin Ross.

Arizona State: DE Dexter Davis, LB Travis Goethel, OT Shawn Lauvao, WR Chris McGaha, WR Kyle Williams.

Arkansas: G Mitch Petrus, DT Malcolm Sheppard.

Arkansas State: DE Alex Carrington.

Auburn: RB Ben Tate.

Baylor: WR David Gettis, C J.D. Walton.

Boise State: CB Kyle Wilson.

Boston College: LB Mike Mclaughlin, C Matt Tennant.

BYU: QB Max Hall, TE Dennis Pitta, FB Manase Tonga.

Buffalo: RB James Starks.

Cal-Davis: WR Chris Carter.

Cal: DE Tyson Alualu, WR Nyan Boateng, CB Syd'quan Thompson, WR Verran Tucker.

Central Florida: DT Torell Troup.

Central Michigan: QB Dan Lefevour.

Cincinnati: WR Mardy Gilyard, QB Tony Pike.

Citadel: WR Andre Roberts.

Clemson: OLB Kavell Conner, WR Jacoby Ford, DE Ricky Sapp, RB C.J. Spiller.

Colorado: TE Riar Geer.

Colorado State:: T Cole Pemberton, G Shelley Smith.

UConn: RB Andre Dixon, WR Marcus Easley, DE Lindsey Witten.

Duke: QB Thaddeus Lewis, Vince Oghobaase.

East Carolina: P Matt Dodge, DT Jay Ross, DE C.J. Wilson.

Florida: WR Riley Cooper, DE Jermaine Cunningham, RS Brandon James, ILB Brandon Spikes, QB Tim Tebow.

Florida State: CB Patrick Robinson, S Myron Rolle, OLB Dekoda Watson.

Fordham: QB John Skelton.

Fresno State: WR Seyi Ajirotutu, CB A.J. Jefferson, P Robert Malone, RB Lonyae Miller, WR West Chastin.

Georgia: DT Geno Atkins.

Hillsdale: OT Jared Veldheer.

Idaho: G Mike Iupati.

Illinois: G Jon Asamoah, TE Michael Hoomanawanui.

Indiana: DE Jammie Kirlew, DE Greg Middleton, S Nick Polk, OT Rodger Saffold.

Indiana (Pa.) : CB Akwasi Owusu-Ansah.

Iowa: LB Pat Angerer, OT Kyle Calloway, OLB Andrew A.J. Edds, TE Tony Moeaki, G Dace Richardson.

Kansas: WR Kerry Meier, S Darrell Stuckey.

Kansas State: WR Brandon Banks, TE Jeron Mastrud.

Kentucky: FB John Conner, ILB Micah Johnson, CB Trevard Lindley, OLB Sam Maxwell, DT Corey Peters.

LSU: DE Rahim Alem, DT Charles Alexander, OT Ciron Black, OLB Harry Coleman, CB Chris Hawkins, RS Trindon Holliday, WR Brandon LaFell, OLB Perry Riley, RB Charles Scott, RB Keiland Williams, DT Al Woods.

Louisiana Tech: DT D'Anthony Smith.

Louisiana-Lafayette: DE Hall Davis.

Louisville: WR Scott Long.

Marshall: DE Albert McClellan.

Maryland: CB Nolan Carroll.

UMass-Amherst: OT Vlad Ducasse.

Miami (Fla.) : TE Dedrick Epps, OT Jason Fox, TE Jimmy Graham, RB Javarris James, LB Darryl Sharpton.

Michigan: DE Brandon Graham, P Zoltan Mesko, RB Brandon Minor.

Michigan State: K Brett Swenson, WR Blair White.

Minnesota: WR Eric Decker, OLB Simoni Lawrence, LB Nathan Triplett.

Ole Miss: CB Marshay Green, DE Greg Hardy, WR Shay Hodge, OT John Jerry, S Kendrick Lewis, RB Dexter McCluster.

Mississippi State: RB Anthony Dixon.

Missouri: WR Danario Alexander, G Kurtis Gregory, WR Jared Perry, OLB Sean Weatherspoon.

Missouri State: TE Clay Harbor.

Murray State: DE Austen Lane.

Nebraska: S Larry Asante, LB Phillip Dillard, C Jake Hickman, DT Ndamukong Suh.

Nevada-Reno: S Jonathon Amaya.

North Alabama: WR Preston Parker.

North Carolina: OT Kyle Jolly, DT Cam Thomas.

NC State: C Ted Larsen, DE Willie Young.

North Dakota State: RB Pat Paschall.

Northwestern: QB Mike Kafka, CB Sherrick McManis, DE Corey Wootton.

Notre Dame: S Kyle McCarthy, C Eric Olsen, OT Sam Young.

Ohio: WR Taylor Price.

Ohio State: S Kurt Coleman, K Aaron Pettrey, DT Doug Worthington.

Oklahoma: RB Chris Brown, TE Brody Eldridge, TE Jermaine Gresham, CB Brian Jackson, OT Trent Williams.

Oklahoma State: CB Perrish Cox, OT Russell Okung, QB Zac Robinson, RB Keith Toston.

Oregon: RB LeGarrette Blount, TE Ed Dickson, CB Walter Thurmond, S T.J. Ward.

Oregon State: QB Sean Canfield, OLB Keaton Kristick.

Penn State: QB Daryll Clark, OLB Sean Lee, DT Jared Odrick, TE Andrew Quarless.

Pitt: TE Nate Byham, TE Dorin Dickerson.

Purdue: DT Mike Neal, CB David Pender.

Rutgers: CB Devin McCourty.

San Jose State: OLB Justin Cole, DE Carl Ihenacho, WR Kevin Jurovich.

SMU: WR Emmanuel Sanders.

South Carolina: OLB Eric Norwood, S Darian Stewart.

South Florida:S Nate Allen, CB Jerome Murphy, DE George Selvie, LB Kion Wilson.

USC:OT Charles Brown, C Jeff Byers, RB Stafon Johnson, S Taylor Mays, TE Anthony McCoy, G Alex Parsons, CB Josh Pinkard, CB Kevin Thomas.

Southern Illinois:P Scott Ravanesi.

Stanford:TE Jim Dray, RB Toby Gerhart, OT Matt Kopa, DE Erik Lorig.

StillmanE Junior Galette.

SyracuseT Art Jones.

Tennessee:RB Montario Hardesty, OT Chris Scott, DT Dan Williams.

Texas: DT Lamarr Houston, DE Sergio Kindle, QB Colt McCoy, LB Roddrick Muckelroy, WR Jordan Shipley, OT Adam Ulatoski.

TCU: LS Clint Gresham, DE Jerry Hughes, OT Marshall Newhouse, LB Daryl Washington.

Texas Tech: G Brandon Carter, CB Jamar Wall.

Toledo: S Barry Church, WR Stephen Williams.

Troy: DE Brandon Lang, LB Boris Lee, DE Cameron Sheffield.

Tulane: WR Jeremy Williams.

UCLA: OLB Kyle Bosworth, CB Alterraun Verner.

UNLV: G Joe Hawley, WR Ryan Wolfe.

Utah: RB Matthew Asiata, OT Zane Beadles, DE Nawa'akoa Koa Misi, WR David Reed, OLB Steven Sylvester.

Vanderbilt: CB Myron Lewis, OT Thomas Welch.

Virginia: CB Chris Cook, FB Rashawn Jackson.

Virginia Tech: P Brent Bowden, S Kam Chancellor, CB Stephan Virgil, OT Ed Wang.

Wake Forest:OT Chris Degeare, CB Brandon Ghee.

Washington: DE Daniel Te'o-Nesheim.

Wayne State (Mich.): RB Joique Bell.

West Virginia: WR Alric Arnett, QB Jarrett Brown, OT Selvish Capers.

Western Michigan: QB Tim Hiller.

William&Mary: DE Adrian Tracy.

Wisconsin: TE Garrett Graham, DE O'Brien Schofield.

Youngstown: WR Donald Jones.
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Oh boy! We should draft Chris Brown, RB (Oklahoma)!!!!
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I'm just ready for Rich Eisen's 40 yard dash again!
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I think we should take a good look at Marcus Easley out of UCONN if he slips into the later rounds, though I think he could be a real riser in a fairly weak WR class. Good size at 6'2 215, runs around a 4.4, has pretty good hands and is excellent after the catch because he is very physical and quick.
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No one from UH? You'd think it'd turn into a hotbead after Kolb, Avery, and Vollmer. Not even the punter?
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This is great news! I have Austin on my board for our center and Pawelek Baylor LB. Shh!
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