Tim Jamison - DE - Michigan

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  1. 76Texan

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    http://www.freep.com/article/20090422/SPORTS06/904220383/

    Around 6'3 - 263 lbs

    Compare his numbers with a couple others:

    Jamison
    40 - 5.16 (combine), 4.95 (pro day)
    20 yd shuttle - 4.60 (same at combine and on his pro day)
    3 cone - 7.56 (combine) 7.40 (pro day)

    Robert Ayers
    40 - 4.90
    20 yd shuttle - 4.51
    3 cone - 7.56

    Everette Brown
    40 - 4.73
    20 yd shuttle - 4.53
    3 cone - 7.55

    http://www.nfl.com/combine/story?id=09000d5d806cf5e1&template=with-video&confirm=true

    http://www.nfl.com/combine/story?id=09000d5d806cf57f&template=with-video&confirm=true
     
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    Is he still available or something?

    Seems like there would be a reason 32/32 teams passed on him 7 times and again in UDFA....

    ....what the hell, give him a shot!
     
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    He's already on the team.:texflag:
     
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    His time in the 3-cone drill shows that he can get there in short bursts, which was what I oberved in the 3 games I reviewed (07 against Minnesota, Ohio St, and Florida - in the Capital One Bowl.)

    If you like a guy with a mean streak, he's one of them.

    If you want to see Beanie Well flat on his back, ask Tim.
    (It ain't a pretty sight, LOL!)

    In the Gators' game, he kept throwing guys around.
    From the smaller guy (Louis Murphy, 202 lbs) - send him flying into Tebow.
    To the medium guy (TE Hernandez - 256 lbs)
    To the big guy (G Jim Tartt - 319 lbs)

    Other times, he would push these OLs (300-319 lbs) into the QB, getting a hand on the ball and knocking it away at least 3 times that I can count.

    Generally, he can push the pocket.
    Think bookend with Mario.

    Pound for pound, I think he's quite strong, surprisingly.
    Probably PS material. But who knows.
    Bulman might be safe (???), but there's no telling about Nading.
     
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    I've said this several times in several threads but I saw him on NFLN doing some drills during the Senior Bowl practices and I thought he looked really good. I don't know maybe he was going against scrubs in those drills and that made him look better than he is but I'm really excited we picked him up as a UDFA.

    He could surprise some people. Our DE position is going to be a war this year.
     
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    You can still consider him a tweener.
    And his 40 time at the combine didn't help him.
     
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    At least I know I am not hallucinating, LOL!

    I hate war, but I love battles! [​IMG]
     
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    disreguard
     


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