Eric Galko's (TSV) 5 at the Senior Bowl

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  1. nero THE zero

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    In this article Eric Galko of The Sideline View gives 5 players who stood out at the Senior Bowl, and all 5 happen to be at positions of need for the Texans.

    Read the article for analysis of each player.

     
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    I watched practices from Mobil this week on NFL.Net and I remember Trufant, who was very impressive and probably has got himself into the first round. Of course he's already got a brother in the NFL, but I don't think CB is real high on our need-list ? The Rice TE looks like a natural for the Texans offense, only issue from this weeks practice I saw was that he double-clutched on some catchs.
    I'm looking forward to todays game to see who shines ?
     
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    Mid round still seems too high for Goodwin. Straight line speed was his calling card, but I rarely saw it on the field nor making defenders miss on the bubble screens (in big games). He will get jammed at the line and is no TY Hilton, IMO.
     
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    I didn't want to create another Senior Bowl thread, but NC State North QB #8 Glennon is looking better than I expected him to. He looks good this second half.
     
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    Purdue DT Short looks really beastly. I wouldn't mind him at NT in between Watt and Smith.
     
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    Well, he had to get better after first half. None of these QBs impressed me, even my guy Dysert. Unfortunately, WRs had less opportunities than I hoped for. Due to length, I'll post my evaluation of game in separate thread.
     
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    How many plays did you see at Nose as he seemed to play mostly 3 tech from off guard. He did have great game as did Brandon Williams.
     
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    I was rather disappointed in Ryan Nassib, though.
     


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    He played mostly 3 tech. I did see him play the nose toward the end and the OG from Kentucky (Warford) washed him down the line and pancaked him.

    I love the guy's penetrating ability, but I don't see a dominating NT. He seems to be a more talented Earl Mitchell. Maybe a lot more talented, but not sure if it's enough to warrant a 1st round pick.
     

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