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Old 02-20-2009, 10:29 AM   #1
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Just trying to keep all of the information in one thread instead of trying to keep up on multiple threads.

http://www.nfl.com/combine/

Saturday, Feb. 21: Group 1 (OL, SPECIALISTS), Group 2 (OL), Group 3 (TE)
Sunday, Feb. 22: Group 4 (QB, WR), Group 5 (QB, WR), Group 6 (RB)
Monday, Feb. 23: Group 7 (DL), Group 8 (DL), Group 9 (LB)
Tuesday, Feb. 24: Group 10 (DB), Group 11 (DB)

Watch it live here: http://www.nfl.com/combine/live/landing
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Mayock breaking down the drills: http://www.nfl.com/combine/workouts

Schefter also has his combine blog on the NFL site as well.
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Just trying to keep all of the information in one thread instead of trying to keep up on multiple threads.

http://www.nfl.com/combine/

Saturday, Feb. 21: Group 1 (OL, SPECIALISTS), Group 2 (OL), Group 3 (TE)
Sunday, Feb. 22: Group 4 (QB, WR), Group 5 (QB, WR), Group 6 (RB)
Monday, Feb. 23: Group 7 (DL), Group 8 (DL), Group 9 (LB)
Tuesday, Feb. 24: Group 10 (DB), Group 11 (DB)

Watch it live here: http://www.nfl.com/combine/live/landing
So Monday is our big day, huh?
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i Can't wait to see what Rey Rey does
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Haha, gets measured and explains why he won't be participating?
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Here is the Pre-Combine Top 50 from SI.com -

1 Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech 6-3 214 lbs
Widely considered the top prospect in the draft. Crabtree is a dominant, game controlling receiver with Calvin Johnson-type ability.

2 Andre Smith OT Alabama 6-4 330 lbs
Smith draws a variety of opinions but has gotten the job done for three years. He is a stalwart pass protector who can play a number of different positions.

3 Aaron Curry LB Wake Forest 6-3 247 lbs
Curry is a three down linebacker with a total game. He's an impact defensive prospect that will quickly start on the NFL level.

4 Jason Smith OT Baylor 6-5 305 lbs
Another terrific pass protector, Smith reminds many of Jonathan Ogden. He's a tremendous athlete with a great amount of upside.

5 Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State 6-1 201 lbs
Jenkins is a shut down cover man who can effectively play in a variety of defensive systems.

6 Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri 6-1 200 lbs
Maclin possesses home run hitting speed and changes the momentum of games with long pass receptions or big kick returns.

7 Brian Orakpo DE-OLB Texas 6-4 260 lbs
One of the nations best pass rushers, Orakpo is a disruptive force who terrorizes opposing quarterbacks.

8 Eugene Monroe OT Virginia 6-6 315 lbs
Monroe is another athletic tackle with top size, skill and starting potential.

9 Matt Stafford QB Georgia 6-3 228 lbs
The Bulldogs gunslinger is the perfect passer for any vertical offense and a signal caller who does the little things well.

10 Everette Brown DE-OLB Florida State 6-4 252 lbs
Brown comes off a terrific junior season and was omnipresent in the opponents backfield all year.

11 Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia 5-11 207 lbs
Moreno is the complete package at running back and a ball carrier who can be a feature player in the NFL.

12 Rey Maualuga ILB USC 6-2 260 lbs
Injuries plagued Maualuga last year and his play fell short of expectations. He's still a difference maker at the top of his game.

13 B.J. Raji DT Boston College 6-1 323 lbs
Raji was stellar after sitting out '07 and capped a terrific season with a dominant performance at the Senior Bowl. He is hands down the best tackle in April's draft.

14 Michael Oher OT Ole Miss 6-5 318 lbs
Oher plays the position well and has enough talent to eventually develop into a starter at either left or right tackle.

15 Chris Wells RB Ohio State 6-1 237 lbs
The Buckeye ball carrier is a powerful interior runner who can carry the load. He's not a back for everyone but should do well for a ball control team.

16 Percy Harvin WR Florida 5-11 195 lbs
One of the fastest players in April's draft, Harvin can score from any point on the field and is a game breaker handling the ball as a receiver or ball carrier.

17 Mark Sanchez QB USC 6-3 225 lbs
The Trojan junior has great intangibles and terrific accuracy. He must learn to improve his deep passes yet Sanchez has the tools to lead a franchise.

18 Peria Jerry DT Ole Miss 6-2 295 lbs
Jerry is a penetrating one-gap lineman who can fit a variety of defensive systems.

19 Larry English DE-OLB Northern Illinois 6-2 254 lbs
English is another versatile defender who can line up in a three point stance or stand up over tackle at linebacker.

20 Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State 6-6 260 lbs
Pettigrew is the most complete TE to enter the draft in a while. He was a pass catching demon in college then showed outstanding blocking skills at the Senior Bowl.

21 James Laurinaitis LB Ohio State 6-3 240 lbs
Laurinaitis is by no means an impact player on the defensive side of the ball rather a steady, three down linebacker.

22 Vontae Davis CB Illinois 6-0 204 lbs
Davis is a sensational athlete who flashes the skills to shut down opponents. He's a bit rough around the edges but offers a high upside.

23 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland 6-3 206 lbs
The Terrapins game breaking receiver strikes fear in opponents with his ability to stretch the field.

24 LeSean McCoy RB Pitt 5-11 210 lbs
McCoy is a shifty, elusive runner with the ability to create his own yardage. Scouts question whether or not he's an every down back.

25 Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest 5-9 190 lbs
Smith has been a terrific player in college and is a well rounded cornerback with a terrific game. His frame downgrades him on draft boards.

26 Aaron Maybin DE-OLB Penn State 6-4 236 lbs
Penn State's explosive pass rusher offers a large amount of upside potential. He also comes with downside risk based on his inexperience. .

27 Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech 6-7 260 lbs
Johnson was rated by NFL scouting services as the top senior prospect at the start of the season. His tendency to turn it on and off at will worries scouts.

28 Brian Cushing LB USC 6-3 255 lbs
Cushing's game really developed last season and he was healthy the entire year. He could make a big move up draft boards with a good combine.

29 D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt 5-10 182 lbs
Moore is a sensational athlete and a cornerback with a bright future. He's a bit raw in his technique yet his speed is enticing.

30 Robert Ayers DE Tennessee 6-3 270 lbs
Ayers has been on a straight shot north up draft boards all season. He's an effective pass rusher who plays a smart game.

31 Donald Brown RB Connecticut 5-10 210 lbs
Brown is a complete back with the elusiveness to create his own yardage and strength to grind it out on the inside. His forty time at the combine is critical.

32 Sean Smith CB Utah 6-3 214 lbs
Scouts are falling in love with Smith by the day. NFL teams feel he can play any of the four positions in the secondary.

33 Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina 6-2 210 lbs
The Tar Heels game controlling receiver is one of the most consistent pass catchers in the draft. He's another who could improve his status with a fast 40.

34 Paul Kruger DE-OLB Utah 6-5 265 lbs
Kruger dominated the opposition last season and is expected to stand out at the combine. He has the ability to line up at defensive end or as an outside linebacker.

35 Shonn Greene RB Iowa 5-11 235 lbs
Greene is big, powerful and fast. He's also only started at running back for one full season but shows the potential to be a feature runner in the NFL.

36 Clay Matthews LB USC 6-3 240 lbs
Matthews was a career back-up until his senior season. Even with that he comes with a polished game and the ability to play several different linebacker positions.

37 Rashad Johnson S Alabama 6-0 187 lbs
Johnson lacks the classic measurables for a defensive safety but is just a very good football player who constantly makes plays on the ball.

38 William Beatty OT Connecticut 6-6 291 lbs
Beatty is a tremendous pass blocker who vastly improved his run blocking last year.

39 Derrick Williams WR Penn State 6-0 203 lbs
The Penn State senior is starting to translate his awesome athletic skills onto the football field. Williams is slowly becoming a complete wide receiver.

40 Tyson Jackson DL LSU 6-4 295 lbs
After two disappointing seasons Jackson is being labeled as an underachiever. He's a dominant defender when hitting on all cylinders, but that doesn't happen often enough.

41 Alex Magee DT Purdue 6-3 295 lbs
Magee is an explosive defensive tackle that makes plays sideline to sideline.

42 Alex Mack C California 6-4 312 lbs
Mack is a dominant blocker who draws a variety of opinions about his game. He was durable and productive at Cal and could quickly become an NFL starter.

43 Louis Delmas S Western Michigan 5-11 196 lbs
Delmas is a ferocious safety who plays lights out on every down.

44 Eben Britton OT Arizona 6-6 310 lbs
The Wildcats powerful pass blocking left tackle has enticing size and may ultimately end up on the right side.

45 Evander Hood DT Missouri 6-3 298 lbs
Hood offers the potential to be used in a variety of defensive systems. His game took off last season and he has the potential to move up draft boards.

46 Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma 6-5 355 lbs
Robinson struggled with injury late in the season yet is a quality guard with starting potential.

47 Jarron Gilbert DT San Jose State 6-6 280 lbs
Gilbert was unranked by scouting services at the start of the season. He's a dominant lineman with the athleticism to be a tackle or a two-gap end.

48 Patrick Chung S Oregon 5-11 207 lbs
Chung's toughness on the field is only surpassed by his leadership skills.

49 Max Unger OL Oregon 6-5 299 lbs
Unger can play any number of positions on the offensive line. He's a thinking man's blocker with starting potential for the next level.

50 Jared Cook TE South Carolina 6-5 240 lbs
The Gamecocks junior is a terrific pass catcher with natural receiving skills. His blocking needs improvement yet the effort is there.
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the order of that list is very questionable....but I do give originality points...
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the order of that list is very questionable....but I do give originality points...
I actually thought it was one of the better ones I had seen to this point. Remember, all "lists" to this point are based off the National and BLESTO lists with some very limited analysis by a few people in the media content business.

The real lists are still in process. Teams start the Draft boards usually after this week.
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does anyone have official wgth/htg for the combine? crabtree is only 6'1 according to NFL blog
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Here are a few measurements from the combine: O-Line
Name............. Hgt ........wgt... Bench press
Andre Smith......6'4"........332.......DNP
Jason Smith......6'5"........309........33
Michael Oher.....6'4" 1/2...309.......21
Eugene Monroe..6'5" 1/4...309.......23
Herman Johnson.6'7" 1/4...364.......21
Ebon Britton......6'6".........309.......24
Max Unger.........6'5".........309......22
William Beatty....6'6".........307......27
Alex Mack.........6'3" 7/8....311......DNP
Eric Wood.........6'4".........310.......30

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RB's
Name.................Hgt........Wgt
Andre Brown........6'...........224
Donald Brown.......5'10" 1/4.210
James Davis.........5'11"......218
Shonn Greene......5'11''.......227
Rashad Jennings...6'1".........231
Gartrell Johnson....5'10".......219
Jeremiah Johnson..5'9".........209
Lesean McCoy......5'10"........198
Knowshon Moreno..5'10" 1/8..217
Javon Ringer.........5'9".........205
Chris Wells...........6'1".........235
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WR's
Name.....................Hgt..........wgt
Kenny Britt..............6'2" 7/8.....218
Michael Crabtree......6'1" 3/8.....215
Percy Harvin............5'11" 1/8...192
Darrius Heyward-Bey.6'1" 5/8.....210
Juaquin Iglesias........6'1"...........210
Jeremy Maclin..........6'0" 1/8......198
Mohamed Massequoi..6'2"...........210
Hakeem Nicks...........6'0" 1/2......212
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QB's
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Matt Stafford..6'2" 1/4...225
Mark Sanchez..6'2" 1/8...227
Josh Freeman..6'5" 3/4...248
Nate Davis......6'1".........226
Rhett Bomar....6'2" 1/4....225
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Rashad Jennings...6'1".........231

this is our guy
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It will be easy to trade down this year. Someone will come after J Freeman at 12.
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He is going to be terrible. But I agree that a trade down in this draft is possible.
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Andre Smith no-showed the OL drills. Wow.
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It will be easy to trade down this year. Someone will come after J Freeman at 12.
I would love to see it, but why would a team target #12? The 4 teams that draft behind us all have young QB's in place (Campbell, Brees, Schaub, and Rivers) and there's no reason for a team to want to move up to #12, when the price tag on #16 would be much lower. The only way I see this changing is if a couple of teams start making noise about jumping the Jets and picking a QB and one of those teams, or the Jets themselves, feel like they have to move all the way up to #12 to get their guy.

I really think a team targeting a LT would be a much more likely trade partner.
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skip the drills. USC players never do the drills, except for Sanchez this year
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agreed, or Shonn Greene. either of these guys makes our running game fierce.
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PETTIGREW RUNS A 4.87

Posted by Aaron Wilson on February 21, 2009, 2:17 p.m.

On his third and final crack at the 40-yard dash Saturday, top-rated Oklahoma State tight end Brandon Pettigrew only managed a pedestrian 4.87 unofficial clocking at the NFL scouting combine.

Players are normally only allowed to run twice, but Pettigrew was given a third try because he wasn’t set in his stance on his second attempt. It didn’t work out as he had hoped, though.

“I’m a little bit disappointed,” Pettigrew said in an NFL Network interview. “I put on a little bit more weight and I still did all right. I was expecting to do a little bit better.

When asked if he still considered himself to be the No. 1 tight end, Pettigrew said: “I still think that. I don’t think that I performed as well in the 40 as I was expecting, but it’s over now and I’m happy with what I did.”

Earlier in the day, Pettigrew bench pressed 225 pounds for 22 repetitions.

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock downplayed Pettigrew’s slow time, saying repeatedly, “Just watch him play. Just turn on the film.”

Meanwhile, South Carolina’s Jared Cook performed like a decathlete.

Cook ran the 40 in 4.42 seconds for the fastest time among the tight ends, had a 40-inch vertical leap and had 23 reps in the bench press.

Other standouts included: Southern Miss’ Shawn Nelson (4.52) Central Arkansas’ Marquez Branson (4.59), Florida’s Cornelius Ingram (4.62), Colorado State’s Kory Sperry (4.69), Arkansas State’s David Johnson (4.71), Rice’s James Casey (4.71), Central Washington’s Jared Bronson (4.71) and Virginia’s John Phillips (4.77).

In the bench press, Wisconsin’s Travis Beckum and Casey were the co-leaders with 28 reps followed by Maryland’s Dan Gronkowski (26 reps), Cal’s Cameron Morrah (24 reps), North Carolina’s Richard Quinn (24 reps), Idaho’s Eddie Williams (23 reps) and Branson (22 reps).
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im with Mayock. He is still the #1 TE easily.

Maybe only a 2nd round pick instead of late first.
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McD wants one of these TEs in the mid rounds, I'm sure of it. We're gonna trade down from 12 and spend 1/2 the picks maintaining a dominant offense.
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Posted by Aaron Wilson on February 21, 2009, 2:17 p.m.

On his third and final crack at the 40-yard dash Saturday, top-rated Oklahoma State tight end Brandon Pettigrew only managed a pedestrian 4.87 unofficial clocking at the NFL scouting combine.

Players are normally only allowed to run twice, but Pettigrew was given a third try because he wasn’t set in his stance on his second attempt. It didn’t work out as he had hoped, though.

“I’m a little bit disappointed,” Pettigrew said in an NFL Network interview. “I put on a little bit more weight and I still did all right. I was expecting to do a little bit better.

When asked if he still considered himself to be the No. 1 tight end, Pettigrew said: “I still think that. I don’t think that I performed as well in the 40 as I was expecting, but it’s over now and I’m happy with what I did.”

Earlier in the day, Pettigrew bench pressed 225 pounds for 22 repetitions.

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock downplayed Pettigrew’s slow time, saying repeatedly, “Just watch him play. Just turn on the film.”

Meanwhile, South Carolina’s Jared Cook performed like a decathlete.

Cook ran the 40 in 4.42 seconds for the fastest time among the tight ends, had a 40-inch vertical leap and had 23 reps in the bench press.

Other standouts included: Southern Miss’ Shawn Nelson (4.52) Central Arkansas’ Marquez Branson (4.59), Florida’s Cornelius Ingram (4.62), Colorado State’s Kory Sperry (4.69), Arkansas State’s David Johnson (4.71), Rice’s James Casey (4.71), Central Washington’s Jared Bronson (4.71) and Virginia’s John Phillips (4.77).

In the bench press, Wisconsin’s Travis Beckum and Casey were the co-leaders with 28 reps followed by Maryland’s Dan Gronkowski (26 reps), Cal’s Cameron Morrah (24 reps), North Carolina’s Richard Quinn (24 reps), Idaho’s Eddie Williams (23 reps) and Branson (22 reps).
Pettigrew's 40 was one of the strongest things I've ever seen... it was almost like he was chop-stepping the entire distance. Made no sense.
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Andre Smith also said he hadn't worked out much since the season ended. Either his agent sucks or he doesn't listen. He literally could be costing himself millions.
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