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The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 05:54 PM
DE Derrick Morgan - arguably the most versatile defensive player in this draft.

Look at how fast this guy gets off the line (he's projected to possibly go right before us)

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On a serious note - we do have Ayers and Dumervil, however this guy seemingly fits the tough smart physical football player build the Broncos are looking for. He scored a 24 on the wonderlic.

His 10 yard split was faster than Kindles. (it was 1.6, the fastest this year was 1.58 (for pass rushers). Last year the fastest 10 yard split belonged to Clay Matthews).

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Morgan weighed 16 pounds more than the 250-pound Kindle, yet ran a 4.78 in the 40-yard dash, compared with 4.7 for Kindle.

Morgan ran the 20-yard dash in 2.74 (2.73 for Kindle) and covered 10 yards in 1.6 seconds (1.63 for Kindle).

Morgan bench-pressed 225 pounds 34 times, nine more times than Kindle and also had faster times in the shuttle run (4.43 to 4.54) and cone drills (7.14 to 7.27).

Just a thought to be honest...

GoBroncos84
03-15-2010, 06:14 PM
I'd be absolutely shocked if we picked him, if he is even still on the board. Ayers and Dumervil will hopefully be starting and playing well on the edges, Morgan isn't a 3-4 guy and doesn't fill a need. IMO

SoDak Bronco
03-15-2010, 06:23 PM
I promise you we won't select Derik Morgan. He is a 4-3 DE, and wouldn't fit as an OLB in a 3-4. TRY AGAIN.

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 06:24 PM
I'd be absolutely shocked if we picked him, if he is even still on the board. Ayers and Dumervil will hopefully be starting and playing well on the edges, Morgan isn't a 3-4 guy and doesn't fill a need. IMO

I'm not sure we exactly address a "need" in the first round... because what are our needs right now? ILB and OG, C... maybe bring in a younger Safety (some people are speculating Berry falls to us, or even drafting Earl Thomas would be interesting)...

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 06:25 PM
I promise you we won't select Derik Morgan. He is a 4-3 DE, and wouldn't fit as an OLB in a 3-4. TRY AGAIN.

The Dolphins have interviewed him. He and Robert Ayers both weigh over 270, ran similar 40's.

Many people are looking at him to be a OLB conversion... he's an athletic guy.

OBF1
03-15-2010, 06:29 PM
Like you mentioned, We already have Doom and Ayers. A wasted 1st round pick when we have other more pressing needs at this time.

_Oro_
03-15-2010, 06:31 PM
Certainly you can never have too many pass rushers. Just ask the Giants.

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 06:36 PM
at this point we have to see what ayers can do at the other OLB spot...

i think we go for explosion on offense and return game...

we shock everyone and grab CJ Spiller...

ColoradoDarin
03-15-2010, 06:40 PM
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Bronco Boy
03-15-2010, 06:41 PM
Stranger things have certainly happened.

MagicHef
03-15-2010, 06:48 PM
at this point we have to see what ayers can do at the other OLB spot...

i think we go for explosion on offense and return game...

we shock everyone and grab CJ Spiller...

That's what I'm starting to think.

Bigdawg26
03-15-2010, 07:22 PM
I would be shocked if the broncos don't select either Rolando McClain or God I hope not this early but Mike Iupati or Maurice Pouncey in the first round.

bronco militia
03-15-2010, 07:25 PM
at this point we have to see what ayers can do at the other OLB spot...

i think we go for explosion on offense and return game...

we shock everyone and grab CJ Spiller...

dammit...you stole mine

bronco militia
03-15-2010, 07:26 PM
28 Buckhalter, Correll RB 6' 0" 223 31 10th Nebraska UFA(Phi)- '09

35 Ball, Lance RB 5' 9" 200 24 2nd Maryland FA-'09

31 Arrington, J.J. RB 5' 9" 212 27 5th California UFA (Arz)-'09

Hall, Bruce RB 5' 11" 205 24 2nd Mississippi FA-'10

27 Moreno, Knowshon RB

that's it for RB's on the current roster

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 07:40 PM
28 Buckhalter, Correll RB 6' 0" 223 31 10th Nebraska UFA(Phi)- '09

35 Ball, Lance RB 5' 9" 200 24 2nd Maryland FA-'09

31 Arrington, J.J. RB 5' 9" 212 27 5th California UFA (Arz)-'09

Hall, Bruce RB 5' 11" 205 24 2nd Mississippi FA-'10

27 Moreno, Knowshon RB

that's it for RB's on the current roster

boy would spiller be a welcome addition to that group...

theAPAOps5
03-15-2010, 07:47 PM
boy would spiller be a welcome addition to that group...

That and the meltdown here would be AWESOME. JUST.ABSOLUTELY.EPIC

ayjackson
03-15-2010, 07:49 PM
at the risk of a lynching, i'd suggest that you could carry Ayer/Morgan/Dumervil for a year and then franchise and trade Dumervil next year.

Hypothetically, Ayers and Morgan would be more complete 3-down OLB's.

Just offering it up, not saying I'd do it.

orinjkrush
03-15-2010, 07:50 PM
if its bpa.....spilller.
contrary to all our needs

ayjackson
03-15-2010, 07:50 PM
That and the meltdown here would be AWESOME. JUST.ABSOLUTELY.EPIC

It's hard to imagine a first round pick that won't cause a meltdown.

baja
03-15-2010, 07:52 PM
Overall: ACC Player of the Year in 2009, Clemson's first ACC Player of the Year since 1987 (Michael Dean Perry)...first offensive player from Clemson to be ACC Player of the Year since 1978 (Steve Fuller)...MVP of the ACC Championship game vs. Georgia Tech on December 5, 2009...unanimous first-team All-American as a kick returner, just the third unanimous All-American in Clemson history...finished sixth in Heisman Trophy voting, tied for highest finish in Clemson history (Steve Fuller 6th in 1978) and just the second top 10 finish in Clemson history...first-team All-American by Walter Camp as a kick returner and second team as a running back...first player in history of the Walter Camp AA team to be first or second team All-American at two positions in same year ...first-team All-ACC... named ACC player of the week four times this year, more than any other ACC player...the ACC's career leader in all-purpose running with 7588, he finished second in NCAA Division I history...first player in ACC history with at least 1000 yards rushing and 500 receiving, he finished with 1212 rushing and 503 receiving...broke ACC record for all-purpose running yards per game with 191, the record had stood since 1968...only player in the nation with a touchdown in every one of his team's games this year, 14 in a row....went over 7000 career yards when he went 88 yards for a touchdown with the opening kickoff at South Carolina...that play was his seventh career kickoff return for a score, an all-time NCAA record...joins Reggie Bush as only players in college football history with 3000 yards rushing, 1500 yards in kickoff returns, 1000 in receiving and 500 in punt returns... finished with eight kick returns for touchdowns in has career, tied for the NCAA record....has set 31 Clemson records in various categories, including the record for all-purpose running, returns for touchdowns and many others...ranks third in Clemson history in career rushing...just the sixth player in ACC history with 3000 yards rushing and 1000 yards receiving in a career...had 21 career touchdowns of 50 yards or more...more than Tim Brown, Rocket Ismail or Reggie Bush, similar types of players, had in their careers...went past Reggie Bush on the all-time all-purpose yardage list when he had 312 yards against Florida State on November 7...one of two players nationally to have three 300-yard all-purpose running games in 2009...one of two players in Clemson history to account for a touchdown five different ways (punt return, kickoff return, reception, rush and has thrown a touchdown pass)....threw a scoring pass, caught a touchdown pass and ran for a score in win over NC State on November 14...only running back in the nation to do all three in the same game this year....ranks third in Clemson history in rushing, 12th in receptions, first in kickoff returns.... has recorded these numbers while serving three years as a part time player with James Davis....graduated in three-and-a-half years on December 17, 2009, he received standing ovation from Clemson Board of Trustees when he crossed the stage, first time that had happened for a student-athlete....made first-team Academic All-ACC in 2008 when he made the Dean's List....first Clemson running back to make first-team Academic All-ACC and first-team All-ACC on the field in same year in school history. ...rated among the top 16 players in the nation for the NFL draft by Mel Kiper...also a three-time All-American in track for the Tigers...first-team Strength All-American in 2008...had career best time of 6.58 in the 60 and 10.22 in the 100 meters.

2009: Fourth the nation in all-purpose running with 191 yards per game....would have averaged 206 yards per game had he not played against Coastal Carolina when he had just five touches for 27 yards in Clemson rout... achieved stats against a tough schedule that has included four games against top 15 teams.... had 234 against Georgia Tech in the regular season, 301 in the ACC Championship game, 227 against TCU and 310 against Miami (FL)...had school record 310 all-purpose yards at eighth-ranked Miami...almost had at least 100 yards in three different areas...had 125 in kickoff returns, 104 receiving and 81 rushing....this was against a Miami defense ranked in the top 25 in the nation in total defense....then broke his own record two weeks later with 312 yards against Florida State in 40-37 victory... had a play of at least 54 yards in 10 of 12 games vs. an FBS opponent this year...had seven straight games with a play of at least 60 yards in each of the first seven games .... achieved a 60-yard play four different ways.... four kickoff returns, two pass receptions, a punt return and two runs of at least 60 yards this year....ranked third in the nation in kickoff return average and fourth in all-purpose running yards per game...had 26-yard average in punt returns also, but didn't have enough attempts to qualify...had 31 kick returns in 2009 and five went for touchdowns.....had six games of at least 200 all-purpose running yards, a Clemson single season record....had Clemson record 21 touchdowns for the season, the only player nationally to score a touchdown in every game....has 51 career touchdowns, to set the Clemson career record... had 20 rushes for 233 yards and four touchdowns in MVP performance in the ACC Championship game...believed to be first player in any league to win championship game MVP for a losing team....set Clemson single season scoring record with 128 points....his number-28 will be retired at end of the season and he will be honored at a Clemson home game next year...had 2680 all-purpose yardage an ACC record....finished his career with MVP performance in the Music City Bowl, leading Clemson to win over Kentucky....he had 172 all-purpose yards in that game...named National All-Satellite Player of the Year by ESPN's Todd McShay...top college player in South Carolina, he won Banks McFadden Award...National Kick Returner of the Year by College Football Performance Awards.

2008: First-Team All-ACC as a kick returner and second-team as a running back...first-team All-ACC as a running back and kick returner by ESPN.com...honorable mention All-American as an all-purpose player by SI.com...led the ACC in all-purpose yards (1,770)...21st in the nation in all-purpose yards per game...14th in the nation in kickoff returns (27.2)...perhaps the best all-around player in the ACC; he was first in all-purpose yards, second in kickoff returns, second in punt returns (9.1), and third in touchdowns (11)...14th in the ACC in receptions (34) and 16th in receiving yards (436)...second among ACC running backs in catches per game...perhaps the top receiving running back in the ACC; had 34 catches for 436 yards and three touchdowns; led ACC running backs in receiving yards; the total was also a Clemson single-season record...averaged 48.0 receiving yards per game in ACC games, the ninth-best figure in the ACC...had 1,065 yards from scrimmage...after returning from a midseason hamstring injury, he averaged 173 all-purpose yards per game in the last six games, helping Clemson to a 4-2 record; he had four games with at least 185 all-purpose yards and averaged 9.1 yards every time he touched the ball during that time...offensive player-of-the-game by the coaches three times and special teams player-of-the-game twice for a team-high five total selections...had his best game of the year at Boston College when he had 242 all-purpose yards; that included 105 receiving yards, then just the third 100-yard receiving game in Clemson history by a running back; winner of the "Leather Helmet Award" and was ACC Offensive Back-of-the-Week; also won that award against Duke when he had 201 all-purpose yards...had a 96-yard kickoff return for a score against #24 Alabama...had a season-high 98 rushing yards against Maryland...had 88 rushing yards against South Carolina.

Bronco Boy
03-15-2010, 07:54 PM
Those giant walls of text have me convinced.

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 07:56 PM
i challenge anyone to watch this highlight short of Spiller and still say with a straight face that we pass him up at 11 if he's still on the board


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he's the fastest player this team will have ever had...

watermock
03-15-2010, 07:57 PM
I'm not sure we exactly address a "need" in the first round... because what are our needs right now? ILB and OG, C... maybe bring in a younger Safety (some people are speculating Berry falls to us, or even drafting Earl Thomas would be interesting)...

We have safties coming out our ears. WTF? Unless McBath and Bruton suck as bad as I think.

If Marshall goes, WTF happens since Moreno can't get outside, even with Graham.

Spiller or a ILB.

No way we draft Dez.

DBroncos4life
03-15-2010, 07:57 PM
28 Buckhalter, Correll RB 6' 0" 223 31 10th Nebraska UFA(Phi)- '09

35 Ball, Lance RB 5' 9" 200 24 2nd Maryland FA-'09

31 Arrington, J.J. RB 5' 9" 212 27 5th California UFA (Arz)-'09

Hall, Bruce RB 5' 11" 205 24 2nd Mississippi FA-'10

27 Moreno, Knowshon RB

that's it for RB's on the current roster

We do need more depth at RB. Arrington is more of a return man then RB and he is facing huge odds to make the team. I love what Buck brings but he is dinged up a lot.

watermock
03-15-2010, 08:00 PM
i challenge anyone to watch this highlight short of Spiller and still say with a straight face that we pass him up at 11 if he's still on the board


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he's the fastest player this team will have ever had...


Beavis won't take him OR Dez.

For different reasons.

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 08:00 PM
The problem with Buck is that he's literally prone to getting injured at any given tackle (moreso than other plays because of his injuries).

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 08:01 PM
we won't be drafting Dez based on his character alone.

theAPAOps5
03-15-2010, 08:01 PM
Oh well since you copy and paste it that way I completely agree!



Overall: ACC Player of the Year in 2009, Clemson's first ACC Player of the Year since 1987 (Michael Dean Perry)...first offensive player from Clemson to be ACC Player of the Year since 1978 (Steve Fuller)...MVP of the ACC Championship game vs. Georgia Tech on December 5, 2009...unanimous first-team All-American as a kick returner, just the third unanimous All-American in Clemson history...finished sixth in Heisman Trophy voting, tied for highest finish in Clemson history (Steve Fuller 6th in 1978) and just the second top 10 finish in Clemson history...first-team All-American by Walter Camp as a kick returner and second team as a running back...first player in history of the Walter Camp AA team to be first or second team All-American at two positions in same year ...first-team All-ACC... named ACC player of the week four times this year, more than any other ACC player...the ACC's career leader in all-purpose running with 7588, he finished second in NCAA Division I history...first player in ACC history with at least 1000 yards rushing and 500 receiving, he finished with 1212 rushing and 503 receiving...broke ACC record for all-purpose running yards per game with 191, the record had stood since 1968...only player in the nation with a touchdown in every one of his team's games this year, 14 in a row....went over 7000 career yards when he went 88 yards for a touchdown with the opening kickoff at South Carolina...that play was his seventh career kickoff return for a score, an all-time NCAA record...joins Reggie Bush as only players in college football history with 3000 yards rushing, 1500 yards in kickoff returns, 1000 in receiving and 500 in punt returns... finished with eight kick returns for touchdowns in has career, tied for the NCAA record....has set 31 Clemson records in various categories, including the record for all-purpose running, returns for touchdowns and many others...ranks third in Clemson history in career rushing...just the sixth player in ACC history with 3000 yards rushing and 1000 yards receiving in a career...had 21 career touchdowns of 50 yards or more...more than Tim Brown, Rocket Ismail or Reggie Bush, similar types of players, had in their careers...went past Reggie Bush on the all-time all-purpose yardage list when he had 312 yards against Florida State on November 7...one of two players nationally to have three 300-yard all-purpose running games in 2009...one of two players in Clemson history to account for a touchdown five different ways (punt return, kickoff return, reception, rush and has thrown a touchdown pass)....threw a scoring pass, caught a touchdown pass and ran for a score in win over NC State on November 14...only running back in the nation to do all three in the same game this year....ranks third in Clemson history in rushing, 12th in receptions, first in kickoff returns.... has recorded these numbers while serving three years as a part time player with James Davis....graduated in three-and-a-half years on December 17, 2009, he received standing ovation from Clemson Board of Trustees when he crossed the stage, first time that had happened for a student-athlete....made first-team Academic All-ACC in 2008 when he made the Dean's List....first Clemson running back to make first-team Academic All-ACC and first-team All-ACC on the field in same year in school history. ...rated among the top 16 players in the nation for the NFL draft by Mel Kiper...also a three-time All-American in track for the Tigers...first-team Strength All-American in 2008...had career best time of 6.58 in the 60 and 10.22 in the 100 meters.

2009: Fourth the nation in all-purpose running with 191 yards per game....would have averaged 206 yards per game had he not played against Coastal Carolina when he had just five touches for 27 yards in Clemson rout... achieved stats against a tough schedule that has included four games against top 15 teams.... had 234 against Georgia Tech in the regular season, 301 in the ACC Championship game, 227 against TCU and 310 against Miami (FL)...had school record 310 all-purpose yards at eighth-ranked Miami...almost had at least 100 yards in three different areas...had 125 in kickoff returns, 104 receiving and 81 rushing....this was against a Miami defense ranked in the top 25 in the nation in total defense....then broke his own record two weeks later with 312 yards against Florida State in 40-37 victory... had a play of at least 54 yards in 10 of 12 games vs. an FBS opponent this year...had seven straight games with a play of at least 60 yards in each of the first seven games .... achieved a 60-yard play four different ways.... four kickoff returns, two pass receptions, a punt return and two runs of at least 60 yards this year....ranked third in the nation in kickoff return average and fourth in all-purpose running yards per game...had 26-yard average in punt returns also, but didn't have enough attempts to qualify...had 31 kick returns in 2009 and five went for touchdowns.....had six games of at least 200 all-purpose running yards, a Clemson single season record....had Clemson record 21 touchdowns for the season, the only player nationally to score a touchdown in every game....has 51 career touchdowns, to set the Clemson career record... had 20 rushes for 233 yards and four touchdowns in MVP performance in the ACC Championship game...believed to be first player in any league to win championship game MVP for a losing team....set Clemson single season scoring record with 128 points....his number-28 will be retired at end of the season and he will be honored at a Clemson home game next year...had 2680 all-purpose yardage an ACC record....finished his career with MVP performance in the Music City Bowl, leading Clemson to win over Kentucky....he had 172 all-purpose yards in that game...named National All-Satellite Player of the Year by ESPN's Todd McShay...top college player in South Carolina, he won Banks McFadden Award...National Kick Returner of the Year by College Football Performance Awards.

2008: First-Team All-ACC as a kick returner and second-team as a running back...first-team All-ACC as a running back and kick returner by ESPN.com...honorable mention All-American as an all-purpose player by SI.com...led the ACC in all-purpose yards (1,770)...21st in the nation in all-purpose yards per game...14th in the nation in kickoff returns (27.2)...perhaps the best all-around player in the ACC; he was first in all-purpose yards, second in kickoff returns, second in punt returns (9.1), and third in touchdowns (11)...14th in the ACC in receptions (34) and 16th in receiving yards (436)...second among ACC running backs in catches per game...perhaps the top receiving running back in the ACC; had 34 catches for 436 yards and three touchdowns; led ACC running backs in receiving yards; the total was also a Clemson single-season record...averaged 48.0 receiving yards per game in ACC games, the ninth-best figure in the ACC...had 1,065 yards from scrimmage...after returning from a midseason hamstring injury, he averaged 173 all-purpose yards per game in the last six games, helping Clemson to a 4-2 record; he had four games with at least 185 all-purpose yards and averaged 9.1 yards every time he touched the ball during that time...offensive player-of-the-game by the coaches three times and special teams player-of-the-game twice for a team-high five total selections...had his best game of the year at Boston College when he had 242 all-purpose yards; that included 105 receiving yards, then just the third 100-yard receiving game in Clemson history by a running back; winner of the "Leather Helmet Award" and was ACC Offensive Back-of-the-Week; also won that award against Duke when he had 201 all-purpose yards...had a 96-yard kickoff return for a score against #24 Alabama...had a season-high 98 rushing yards against Maryland...had 88 rushing yards against South Carolina.

watermock
03-15-2010, 08:04 PM
Spiller is a no brainer but it won't happen with the Sammy Winder 2.0 on the roster.

watermock
03-15-2010, 08:11 PM
...first-team Strength All-American in 2008...had career best time of 6.58 in the 60 and 10.22 in the 100 meters.
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Jeepers.

We HAVE to take him.

Freaking put him wide out.

orinjkrush
03-15-2010, 08:19 PM
the only way we should take spiller is to keep him from SD

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 08:19 PM
...first-team Strength All-American in 2008...had career best time of 6.58 in the 60 and 10.22 in the 100 meters.
'
Jeepers.

We HAVE to take him.

Freaking put him wide out.

no doubt...

IHaveALight
03-15-2010, 08:22 PM
I'd be thrilled with Morgan or Spiller!

baja
03-15-2010, 08:23 PM
the only way we should take spiller is to keep him from SD

One thing is for sure those type of players have always torn us up.

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 08:27 PM
the only way we should take spiller is to keep him from SD

That's a pretty good philosophy, drafting players so other teams don't get them.

Hilarious!

Seriously, you really think a team is worried more about another team than getting their own team better?

Hilarious!

Clockwork Orange
03-15-2010, 08:30 PM
i challenge anyone to watch this highlight short of Spiller and still say with a straight face that we pass him up at 11 if he's still on the board


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he's the fastest player this team will have ever had...

Sweet merciful crap, that is Chris Johnson-esque speed right there.

baja
03-15-2010, 08:33 PM
It is amazing, he runs right by guys that have an unbeatable angle on him. Hard to believe my eyes on some of those runs.

Play2win
03-15-2010, 08:36 PM
That and the meltdown here would be AWESOME. JUST.ABSOLUTELY.EPIC

How epic would it be?

Would it be... BEARDMAN, EPIC?

broncolife
03-15-2010, 08:37 PM
I thought I was watching the video in fast forward. Damn thats fast.

orinjkrush
03-15-2010, 08:42 PM
he has some sick speed. he even outruns the refs!!

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 08:45 PM
Sweet merciful crap, that is Chris Johnson-esque speed right there.



exactly...

it's ridiculous...and he cuts on a dime at full speed...even chris johnson doesn't cut that well...

the highlight at 3:14 is my favorite...

unbelievable...

baja
03-15-2010, 08:45 PM
That guy wouldn't have gotten past Al Davis if he had a first round pick.

Clockwork Orange
03-15-2010, 08:46 PM
I thought I was watching the video in fast forward. Damn thats fast.

I thought the same thing on a couple of those runs.

That's ludicrious speed!

http://jim.eponym.com/Spaceballs_Dark_Helmet.jpg

:~ohyah!:

watermock
03-15-2010, 08:50 PM
Gayle Sayers 2.0.

broncolife
03-15-2010, 08:51 PM
Our 1 yard passes would be a huge threat with him.

Cito Pelon
03-15-2010, 09:00 PM
the only way we should take spiller is to keep him from SD

SD sure needs some RB's. SD will certainly be looking to draft some early. You think they'll be targeting Spiller?

Bronco Boy
03-15-2010, 09:01 PM
You put together a highlight reel of Boss Bailey or DeAngelo Hall and they look pretty good too. Just sayin'.

Gcver2ver3
03-15-2010, 09:05 PM
You put together a highlight reel of Boss Bailey or DeAngelo Hall and they look pretty good too. Just sayin'.

nothin like Spiller's...

thats for sure...

Cito Pelon
03-15-2010, 09:32 PM
I'm curious what SD is gonna do to get some RB's on their roster. They have Sproles, Jacob Hester, Tony Tolbert, and Marcus Mason. That's it, that's their total RB roster. Four guys.

ayjackson
03-15-2010, 09:41 PM
Ludicrous speed? Check out Jacoby Ford lead blocking, particularly at 4:40, 5:00 and 5:20. Ludicrous!!!

The MVPlaya
03-15-2010, 11:12 PM
According to NFL Network's Mike Mayock, "just about everyone in attendance" at Georgia Tech's Pro Day believed Derrick Morgan will be a 4-3 defensive end in the NFL -- not a 3-4 outside linebacker.
Morgan struggled badly when asked to drop and change direction at the Combine. He was a bit better at Monday's Pro Day, but at 6'3/266 Morgan's best fit appears to be as a base, 4-3 right or left defensive end. Mayock expects Morgan to be drafted somewhere in the top 10-20, though it appears we can cross most 3-4 clubs off the list of potential landing spots.