2011 Senior Bowl Game

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  1. Blake

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    http://www.seniorbowl.com/

    Current Roster

    A TON of possible first round talent.

    Bailey, Allen DE 6-4 / 285 Miami
    Carimi, Gabe OL 6-7 / 327 Wisconsin
    Clayborn, Adrian DE 6-4 / 285 Iowa
    Castonzo, Anthony OL 6-7 / 308 Boston College
    Dowling, Ras-I DB 6-2 / 205 Virginia
    Hudson, Rodney OL 6-2 / 282 Florida State
    Jones, Greg LB 6-1 / 240 Michigan State
    Locker, Jake QB 6-3 / 230 Washington
    Murray, DeMarco RB 6-1 / 207 Oklahoma
    Nevis, Drake DL 6-2 / 285 LSU
    Sherrod, Derek OL 6-6 / 305 Mississippi State
    Thomas, Daniel RB 6-2 / 228 Kansas State
    Williams, D.J. TE 6-2 / 251 Arkansas
     
  2. Texaninlild

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    I will take one of each..please drive through :kubepalm:
     
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  3. Section516

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    Id take Dowling - Was a projected first rounder last year, had injuries senior year - I'd def. take him if he was available in 3rd/4th..but i imagine he'll go in the 2nd
     
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    And don't forget Von Miller from your list of top senior candidates. I'm especially looking forward to the week of practice before the game when they telecast the one-on-one drills including the pass-rushing drills.
    And Draft guru favorite Mike Mayock is back on the scene - totally enjoy his commentary and analysis.
     
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    I love Senior bowl practice week. It's a lot of fun to watch.
     
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    Any good sites for news on senior bowl performances?

    Or should I just wait on all you draft junkies to fill me in?
     
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    Scott Wright of NFLDraftCountdown.com will have weigh-in data, daily practice updates, and rumors regarding which team is looking at which players in Mobile.

    Great Blue North draft report has updates on the East-West Shrine practices and weigh-ins.
     
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    Terrance Tolliver LSU 6-3.5 211 - whoever drafts him will be a happy camper. sure would be a nice #2 WR for Texans, doubt he'll last til 3rd rd. though?
     


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    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Senior-Bowl-weighin-results.html
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    This link has the SB weighin data - check it out.
    For example, Von Miller came in at 237 lbs, 6'2.5" & 34 " arms. Not bad -
    I like the arm length and I'm not surprised he's < 240.
    Stephen Paea came in at 295 lbs, 6'1", & 33 & 4/8 " arms. Not good - lite and short.
     
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    I've seen some posters on here pushing Paea as a NT and I'm just not buying it.

    I buy the first round grade that people have on him. I have him graded in the top 25. But I think he is a 43 guy only.

    I think some people are so desperate for us to grab a NT that they are pushing guys who don't fit into that spot.
     
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    I go to draftdaddy.com the blog section has highlights from around the country, and it also highlights some of the national guys.


    I use the site year round.
     
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    Ill say that I am not buying Fairley #1 overall to the panthers. The last time a DT was drafted #1 overall was in 1994. Dan Wilkenson.

    Rookie head coach Ron Rivera will take either a QB to grow with, or Bowers. Dark horse is Peterson.
     
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    Orgeon State DT Stephen Paea, a potential 1st rd pick, out rest of Sr. Bowl. MRI, suspected lateral meniscus knee injury

    RavensInsider

    LSU corner Patrick Peterson says he has meetings with the Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Redskins, Saints and 49ers
     
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    I can't see a QB in this class going #1 overall. That would be a tremendous waste considering the talent available.

    I think either A.J. Green, DaQuan Bowers, or Patrick Peterson go number one. I think Bowers is most likely.
     
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    I would take Carmichael in the 3rd or 4th. Ball hawk that the secondary lacks.
     
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    FYI on some Huskers.

    Helu Jr, has been impressive so far.
    Niles Paul has looked like an NFL WR without actually showing anything with ball in the air.
    Alex Henery has been punting there and doing it poorly.
    Eric Hagg has looked really bad from all accounts, I was really disappointed in this, looks like he is not an option for us after all like I thought he might be. Good college player, not a pro perhaps.
    Mike McNeil, TE, being compared favourably to Colt Tammi, able to stretch the field along the seam.
     
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    titus is looking super quick out there.
     
  19. steelbtexan

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    Yes he is.

    As bad as we need defense I would consider taking him in the 3rd rd.

    Dude is a playmaker and would look great opposite AJ.
     
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    The Cal Defensive end, didn't catch the name is tearing the place apart from all reports.

    Apparently he has been playing a bit of DT too, is he big enough for us to look at?
     

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