late round prospects

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by htownfoozball, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. htownfoozball

    htownfoozball Veteran

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    dedrick harrington LB
    6'3 250lbs
    4.7 40yd
    26 reps
    9'11 broad jump
    35 inch vertical

    brad ekwerekwu WR
    6'4 210lbs
    4.47 40yd
    17 reps
    10'6 broad jump
    37 inch vertical

    mike walker WR
    6'2 210lbs
    4.35 40yd
    18 reps
    10'1 broad jump
    37 inch vertical

    laurent robinson WR
    6'2 200lbs
    4.38 40yd
    19 reps
    10'7 broad jump
    39 inch vertical

    brandon myles WR
    6'1 190lbs
    4.42 40yd
    10'11 broad jump
    36 inch vertical

    i'm very high on laurent robinson. he has all the tools and measurables and impressed at the combine with the positional drills. mike walker would also be a good pick. he doesnt play as fast as he times, but he has good hands and knows how to get open. both ekwerekwu and myles are late rounders in the 6th or 7th. ekwerekwu reminds me of colston with his size and speed. he also has good hands. if we can get our hands on one of these guys, id be very happy.
     
  2. Tx'nFanLostInSkinCountry

    Tx'nFanLostInSkinCountry Veteran

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    Maybe but I dont like the fumble issue and durability concerns.

    I'd go with someone like this
    David Clowney;6'0 185 4.40 40 Va. Tech.
    Positives
    Good change of Dir. has good hands and can acclerate after the catch. Can make big plays out of little ones.
    Negatives
    gets pushed off routes buy physcal CB's and has a problem coming back and fighting through CB on under thrown balls.
     

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