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Old 01-25-2010, 07:14 AM   #1
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Here is the NFLN schedule - set your DVR's:



2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl on NFL Network Programming Schedule (all times are ET):
Monday, Jan. 25

3:30 p.m. -- Day 1: North Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 1 (HD)
Tuesday, Jan. 26

12 p.m. -- Day 2: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 2: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 2 (HD)
Wednesday, Jan. 27

12 p.m. -- Day 3: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 3: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 3 (HD)
Thursday, Jan. 28

12 p.m. -- Day 4: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 4: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 4 (HD)
Saturday, Jan. 30

3 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Under Armour Senior Bowl Pregame Show
4 p.m. -- 2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl (HD)
7 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Post-game analysis
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Here is the NFLN schedule - set your DVR's:



2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl on NFL Network Programming Schedule (all times are ET):
Monday, Jan. 25

3:30 p.m. -- Day 1: North Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 1 (HD)
Tuesday, Jan. 26

12 p.m. -- Day 2: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 2: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 2 (HD)
Wednesday, Jan. 27

12 p.m. -- Day 3: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 3: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 3 (HD)
Thursday, Jan. 28

12 p.m. -- Day 4: North Team Practice (HD)
3 p.m. -- Day 4: South Team Practice (HD)
8 p.m. -- Path to the Draft: Under Armour Senior Bowl Recap Show: Day 4 (HD)
Saturday, Jan. 30

3 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Under Armour Senior Bowl Pregame Show
4 p.m. -- 2010 Under Armour Senior Bowl (HD)
7 p.m. -- NFL Total Access (HD) - Post-game analysis
For the uninitiated (me), where's the cutoff between North and South?
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Old 01-25-2010, 07:32 AM   #3
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Last Updated: 1/25/2010
No. Name Position HT/WT School
81 Alexander, Danario WR 6-5 / 215 Missouri
44 Alualu, Tyson DL 6-3 / 290 California
52 Asamoah, Jon OL 6-5 / 315 Illinois
27 Asante, Larry DB 6-1 / 215 Nebraska
68 Beadles, Zane OL 6-4 / 305 Utah
25 Bell, Joique RB 6-1 / 223 Wayne State
9 Blount, LeGarrette RB 6-2 / 240 Oregon
29 Brown, Chris RB 5-10 / 200 Oklahoma
9 Butler, Donald LB 6-1 / 235 Washington
5 Canfield, Sean QB 6-4 / 214 Oregon State
96 Carrington, Alex DL 6-5 / 284 Arkansas State
4 Coleman, Kurt DB 5-11 / 195 Ohio State
2 Cook, Chris DB 6-2 / 210 Virginia
82 Dickerson, Dorin WR 6-2 / 230 Pittsburgh
83 *****on, Ed TE 6-5 / 235 Oregon
59 Dillard, Phillip LB 6-1 / 240 Nebraska
72 Ducasse, Vladimir OL 6-5 / 330 Massachusetts
54 Edds, A.J. LB 6'4" / 244 Iowa
8 Ford, Jacoby WR 5-9 / 175 Clemson
18 Ghee, Brandon DB 6-0 / 190 Wake Forest
1 Gilyard, Mardy WR 6-1 / 187 Cincinnati
55 Graham, Brandon DL 6-2 / 263 Michigan
89 Graham, Garrett TE 6-3 / 250 Wisconsin
16 Hoomanawanui, Mike TE 6-5 / 270 Illinois
77 Iupati, Mike OL 6-6 / 325 Idaho
31 Jackson, Rashawn RB 6-1 / 245 Virginia
97 Lane, Austen DL 6-7 / 220 Murray State
67 Lauvao, Shawn OL 6-3 / 305 Arizona State
13 LeFevour, Dan QB 6-3 / 238 Central Michigan
28 McCarthy, Kyle DB 6-1 / 210 Notre Dame
21 McCourty, Devin DB 5-11 / 190 Rutgers
42 Mesko, Zoltan P 6-5 / 231 Michigan
10 Miller, Lonyae RB 5-11 / 215 Fresno State
40 Misi, Koa LB 6-3 / 263 Utah
92 Neal, Mike DL 6-4 / 302 Purdue
91 Odrick, Jared DL 6-5 / 296 Penn State
55 Olsen, Eric OL 6-5 / 305 Notre Dame
15 Pike, Tony QB 6-6 / 225 Cincinnati
23 Price, Taylor WR / Ohio
90 Schofield, O'Brien DL 6-3 / 248 Wisconsin
11 Skinner, Terrell DB 6-3 / 214 Maryland
98 Smith, D'Anthony DL 6-2 / 300 Louisiana Tech
14 Swenson, Brett PK 5-8 / 185 Michigan State
65 Tennant, Matt OL 6-4 / 294 Boston College
95 Thomas, Cam DL 6-3 / 325 North Carolina
5 Thompson, Syd'Quan DB 5-9 / 191 California
76 Wang, Ed OL 6-5 / 309 Virginia Tech
41 Washington, Daryl LB 6-3 / 234 TCU
12 Weatherspoon, Sean LB 6-2 / 250 Missouri
1 Wilson, Kyle DB 5-10 / 186 Boise State
93 Windt, Mike DS 6-2 / 250 Cincinnati
74 Young, Sam OL 6-8 / 320 Notre Dame

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Old 01-25-2010, 07:34 AM   #4
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South Roster:


Last Updated: 1/25/2010
No. Name Position HT/WT School
5 Allen, Nate DB 6-2 / 207 South Florida
28 Arenas, Javier DB 5-9 / 198 Alabama
56 Atkins, Geno DL 6-1 / 290 Georgia
70 Black, Ciron OL 6-5 / 322 LSU
16 Brown, Jarrett QB 6-4 / 221 West Virginia
53 Byers, Jeff OL 6-3 / 290 Southern Cal
69 Capers, Selvish OL 6-5 / 298 West Virginia
22 Chaney, Jamar LB 6-1 / 245 Mississippi State
62 Cody, Terrence DL 6-5 / 365 Alabama
52 Coleman, Antonio DL 6-3 / 261 Auburn
24 Coleman, Harry DB 6-2 / 206 LSU
11 Cooper, Riley WR 6-3 / 215 Florida
59 Cox, Morgan DS 6-4 / 226 Tennessee
17 Cox, Perrish DB 6-0 / 198 Oklahoma State
24 Dixon, Anthony RB 6-1 / 235 Mississippi State
42 Dodge, Matt P 6-2 / 220 East Carolina
80 Graham, Jimmy TE 6-8 / 260 Miami
3 Hodge, Shay WR 6-1 / 207 Ole Miss
33 Houston, Lamarr DL 6-2 / 300 Texas
77 Jerry, John OL 6-5 / 350 Ole Miss
78 Johnson, Mike OL 6-6 / 305 Alabama
13 Johnson, Stafon RB 5-11 / 210 Southern Cal
91 Lang, Brandon DL 6-3 / 256 Troy
58 Larsen, Ted OL / N.C. State
32 Lindley, Trevard DB 6-0 / 179 Kentucky
21 Mays, Taylor DB 6-3 / 235 Southern Cal
22 McCluster, Dexter WR/RB 5-8 / 165 Ole Miss
86 McCoy, Anthony TE 6-2 / 250 Southern Cal
38 Muckelroy, Roddrick LB 6-2 / 235 Texas
3 Murphy, Jerome DB 6-1 / 192 South Florida
40 Norwood, Eric LB 6-1 / 252 South Carolina
96 Owens, Jeff DL 6-3 / 300 Georgia
84 Peek, Colin TE 6-6 / 255 Alabama
66 Petrus, Mitch OL 6-4 / 315 Arkansas
7 Roberts, Andre WR 5-11 / 190 The Citadel
23 Robinson, Patrick DB 5-11 / 193 Florida State
10 Robinson, Zac QB 6-3 / 218 Oklahoma State
4 Rolle, Myron DB 6-2 / 218 Florida State
79 Scott, Chris OL 6-5 / 346 Tennessee
95 Selvie, George DL 6-4 / 250 South Florida
50 Sharpton, Darryl LB 6-0 / 235 Miami
91 Sheffield, Cameron LB 6-2 / 249 Troy
44 Tate, Ben RB 5-11 / 218 Auburn
15 Tebow, Tim QB 6-3 / 240 Florida
99 Tiffin, Leigh PK 6-2 / 212 Alabama
2 Upchurch, Roy RB 6-0 / 205 Alabama
55 Walton, J.D. OL 6-3 / 305 Baylor
36 Watson, Dekoda LB 6-2 / 228 Florida State
5 Webb, Joe WR 6-4 / 220 UAB
55 Williams, Dan DL 6-3 / 327 Tennessee
20 Williams, Jeremy WR 6-1 / 205 Tulane
93 Wilson, C.J. DL 6-4 / 278
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For the uninitiated (me), where's the cutoff between North and South?
Pretty arbitrary as you can see from the rosters.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:12 AM   #6
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I think those rosters are incomplete meangene. There were some late pullouts and adds, but I have found nothing official on it yet. I will update them when I get a chance.

However, I am really pissed at most of the Senior projected First round prospects choosing not to play. Suh committed then bailed. Okung said no. Spiller said no. Ricky Sapp, who needs this game more than any other first round prospect IMHO, said no. Sergio Kindle was about to commit and his agent made him Bail. So, Again some real talent is going to sit this one out. I hope they all drop 5-10 spots
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I'm surprised Tebow decided to show up. There had been reports that he wasn't planning on attending. It'll be good to see just how well his game will translate to the pros this week.
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Did they already have the weigh in? It's vitally important to me to know who has man boobs.
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I think those rosters are incomplete meangene. There were some late pullouts and adds, but I have found nothing official on it yet. I will update them when I get a chance.

However, I am really pissed at most of the Senior projected First round prospects choosing not to play. Suh committed then bailed. Okung said no. Spiller said no. Ricky Sapp, who needs this game more than any other first round prospect IMHO, said no. Sergio Kindle was about to commit and his agent made him Bail. So, Again some real talent is going to sit this one out. I hope they all drop 5-10 spots
They were last updated on 1-5 so there may well be some changes. I got those from the official site. It is frustrating when the top guys don't compete. A guy should do nothing but help himself by showing a wilingness and desire to compete. Just like some of the guys who don't perform at the combine. That's what happens when you get agents involved!
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Need something to whack off too?
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Did anyone get to watch the practices today? I only saw brief clip when I walked in from work.
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http://www.draftcountdown.com/featur...s/Weigh-In.php

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If they'll stop the run...
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There is a pic of Cody, that make Smith (ALA) from last season look like a Calvin Klein model.
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WR Cooper, CB Murphy Impressing


As the South practice, cornerbacks are lining up on the wide receivers at the line of scrimmage to show their abilty to disrupt their route at the snap. Florida WR Riley Cooper has been impressive and very physical battling past every CB
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Taylor Mays Physical in Practice


USC's Taylor Mays was the most consistently physical and successful CB on that last drill in the South Practice. He uses his hands and upper body really well during initial contact at the line. Mays is behind only Tennessee's Eric Berry in Scout's rankings of safeties.
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Posted by: Chris Steuber
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Blount Makes Strides


Oregon RB Legarette Blount is quietly having a good day. He's finishing all of his runs and is doing his best to make scouts forget about the Boise State mess. Blount needs to impress this week, as he has over a dozen running backs ahead of him on our draft board.



Posted by: Bill Huber
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South Defense Strong


The South defense is dominating in team drills. There's no contact, but the defense is controlling the action.



Posted by: Bill Huber
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Ducasse Gets Time At OT


Vladimir Ducasse, who has played well in the week's first practice, is projected by some as an OG, but is working at OT some today. Does your team need OL help. FIND YOUR FAVORITE TEAM ON SCOUT.COM!



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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Strong Leg from ECU


East Carolina punter Matt Dodge looks like he has a pro leg, but he needs to find a bit more consistency. He has hit a few 45-yarders with hang time, but also a couple of low liners. (Scout's Punter Rankings)



Posted by: Bill Huber
at 01/25/2010 05:15 PM ET

Washington Disrupting


TCU LB Daryl Washington, Scout's fourth-ranked middle linebacker, has spending most of day in backfield.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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Tiffin Loses Footing


Alabama kicker Leigh Tiffin lost his footing on one kick and sent it into the back of his offensive linemen's legs. Otherwise Tiffin was decent in his opportunities. Tiffin is ranked right after Brett Swenson in Scout's PK rankings.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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Mays Delivers the KO


USC safety Taylor Mays is patrolling the middle of the field and looking for the knockout punches. He got one againt The Citadel WR Andre Roberts, hitting him as the ball arrived and knocking it loose.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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QB Brown Impressing


West Virginia QB Jarrett Brown is showing some excellent pocket presence. He also has the strongest arm of the South quarterbacks.



Posted by: Ed Thompson
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Upchurch Heads Down the Boards


Alabama RB Roy Upchurch dropped a short pass that hit him in the hands -- chest high -- while standing wide open beneath coverage about 5 yards downfield.



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Cox Snags a Pick


Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox cut under a route by Jeremy Williams for an interception of QB Jarrett Brown. It would have been a pick six in game conditions.



Posted by: Chris Steuber
at 01/25/2010 05:05 PM ET

Canfield Riding Rollercoaster


Oregon State QB Sean Canfield has had an up-and-down day. He fumbled two snaps in 11-on-11 drills, but showed better-than-advertised zip on his ball. Canfield is rated as the tenth best QB in Scout's ratings.



Posted by: Bill Huber
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Swenson Shows Long Leg


PK Brett Swenson of Michigan State showing a good leg on kickoffs, reaching the 10, 5, 7, 9, 13, and 6 despite booting into a stiff wind.



Posted by: Chris Steuber
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Ducasse Doing Well in 11-on-11s


UMass OG Vladimir Ducasse played well in 11-on-11 drills. He did a nice job sealing defenders inside and sprung LeGarrette Blount loose for a long gain



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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Tebow Showing Improvement


Florida QB Tim Tebow is showing his leaderships skills and personality, but his accuracy was off early. He was better in 7 on 7, but his receivers dropped a few passes. Alabama TE Colin Peek dropped an easy pass that went right off his hands.



Posted by: Ed Thompson
at 01/25/2010 04:58 PM ET

Lamarr Houston Looking Sharp


Texas DL Lamarr Houston is showing a really aggressive burst and punch at the snap.



Posted by: Chris Steuber
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North Special Teams


The North team is going through special teams right now. Mardy Gilyard and Jacoby Ford are sure-handed returners but safety Terrell Skinner had problems.



Posted by: Ed Thompson
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Byers Shutting Down Cody


USC offensive lineman Jeff Byers twice kept Alabama defensive lineman Terrence Cody tied up so long that Cody looked worn out after the second effort.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
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WR Cooper Standing Out


About halfway through the first South team practice, Florida WR Riley Cooper looks the most polished at his position.



Posted by: Chris Steuber
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Graham Thrills Scouts


Michigan DE/OLB Brandon Graham showed great speed and a strong swim move working against Virginia Tech OT Ed Wang in one-on-one drills. Scouts are raving about him. (Graham is the top-ranked OLB in Scout's rankings.)



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Small Frame, Good Hands


Despite his 5-8 frame, Clemson WR Jacoby Ford has caught everything thrown his way after dropping the first pass of the day. Ford's size hasn't stopped him from reaching the top 20 of wide receivers.



Posted by: Ed Thompson
at 01/25/2010 04:43 PM ET

Citadel WR Showing Speed


Citadel WR Andre Roberts is coming off the line with really good speed that is causing cornerbacks to drop back, allowing him to cut underneath with good separation. He's made three consecutive catches, including a pair against LSU's Harry Coleman.



Posted by: Chris Steuber
at 01/25/2010 04:40 PM ET

Tony Pike Not Impressing Yet


Cincinnati QB Tony Pike is struggling today. He's displaying an average arm, bad timing, and no touch downfield. Hopefully he does better with his full uniform on. Pike has a lot of buzz this year, but is ranked fifth on Scout's QB board.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
at 01/25/2010 04:39 PM ET

Webb Breaks Free, But...


UAB WR Jeff Webb worked himself open on a deep route but dropped a ball that went right off his hands.



Posted by: Tim Yotter
at 01/25/2010 04:38 PM ET

One for the Vols


Tennessee DL Dan Williams buried USC OL Jeff Byers during one-on-one drills.



Posted by: Bill Huber
at 01/25/2010 04:36 PM ET

Dan s=127& Throwing Well


Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour is throwing the best deep out among the North QBs today. Later, however, he throws a bad ball to the tight end on a crossing pattern.



Posted by: Adam Caplan
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South QBs Struggle on Long Throws


Tim Tebow, like the other two QBs on the South roster, is having a hard time driving the ball down field past 20 yards.
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There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.
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There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.
if cody falls to late 1st (unlikely) is it worth looking into moving up? dont take him with #10 i dont think, too much risk for someone so big, as mike mayock said, how many quality snaps per game will you get out of him!
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Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds.
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I think Dan williams is making some money. He is the ideal Nose tackle for the 3-4. I also like Ordick as a 3-4 defensive end. Price is also looking good as receiver and a good 4 or 5 round sleeper pick. Wilson looks like the best corner and could become a first rounder. If am drafting right now I might go with Dez Bryant then if we get another first for Marshall then Williams or Ordick.
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Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds.
I think Lefevour is the best Qb and I would not mind using a 3 or 4 round pick on him.
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There's some interesting stuff out there already. Cody's too heavy at 370, I could see him slide come draft day. Iupati and Ducasse have great size if we're transitioning to the power running game- both about 6'5" 325. Eric Olson looks better and better at C, I'd like a 310 pounder in the middle. Tennant worries me a little bit at 290 though, sounds like an Eslinger build. Pike's build continues to stand out too- 212 won't cut it in the NFL. McCluster's even smaller than I thought. Riley Cooper's intriguing to me though- solid build, big hands, and it sounds like he stood out on day 1. I'd take a look at him as a possesion receiver in round 2 or 3.
I have always felt Olsen was underrated. They were saying Tennant needed to gain some strength and questioned his versatility to play guard. Ducasse is huge and looks to have a real mean streak. I thought Asamoah looked good in drills as well.

I was impressed with Ford as well at WR despite some questions regarding him by Mayock and Chavous. Didn't get to see the South practices so I could not see Cooper. Cam Thomas from UNC looks like a legit NT prospect.
Odrick would make and ideal 3-4 DE - big but has some nice quickness and moves. Kyle Wilson was the most impressive player of the day IMO and is clearly the no. 2 corner.
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Some of the weigh-ins that I was interested in:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan 6'3 and 229 pounds.

Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati 5'11 1/2 and 179 pounds.

Taylor Mays, S, USC 6'3 and 231 pounds.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi 5'8 1/10 and 165 pounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan 6'1 and 263 pounds.

Mike Iupati, OT/OG, Idaho 6'5 2/10 and 325 pounds.
Good list of guys right there!

OUBronc, please keep posting those updates! I am out of town this week and can't record NFL Network. Good reading!
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I think Lefevour is the best Qb and I would not mind using a 3 or 4 round pick on him.
He is one of the guys I wouldn't mind bringing in as well, chances are it will take a 2nd to land him though and I don't think he fits McD's scheme that well... Too athletic!

Williams could play his way into the top 15, I hope we get him!
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