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neko4
04-16-2008, 06:50 PM
Coming very soon!

neko4
04-16-2008, 07:06 PM
Olinemen 40's! (Human players in bold)

Taylor Moore C 4.90
Hannibal Mitchell OT 4.92
Fred Palowski OT 5.00
Danny Patterson OG 5.03
Erik Dirks OG 5.08
Alan Stone C 5.10
Ronald Weasley OT 5.12
Bill Dauterive OG 5.17
Tim Jones OG 5.20
Jay Ferrell C 5.20
Atlas Dane OT 5.21
Dillon Mayes OT 5.26
Bryan McCarthy OT 5.27
Randy Hickey OG 5.38
Maurice Hunter OT 5.48
Jamaal Durant OT 5.52

neko4
04-16-2008, 07:17 PM
OL Bench

Atlas Dane 42 Reps
Maurice Hunter 40
Randy Hickey 40
Ronald Weasley 39
Dillon Mayes 38
Bill Dauterieve 36
Tim Jones 34
Jamaal Durant 34
Taylor Moore 32
Bryan McCarthy 29
Alan Stone 29
Fred Palowski 29
Jay Ferrell 28
Erik Dirks 28
Danny Patterson 27
Hannibal Mitchell 26

neko4
04-16-2008, 07:25 PM
Drills Anaylsis

Atlas Dane, who didnt participate in the Senior Bowl because of a death in the family, did very well today. He did a great job using his stength to overpower defenders. Footwork needs a little help though, but he is a good learner.

Ronald Weasley, looked great. Technique was good, played strong, and was quick off the line. Probably the best OL in this year's draft

Jamaal Durant struggled greatly with his footwork and explosion.

Fred Palowski looked good overall, but not great.

Dillon Mayes showed off his great strength. Didnt explode of the line real well.

Bryan McCarthy's footwork looked good, but isnt as strong as some may like.

Hannibal Mitchell showed how athletic he can be but was highly inconsistent. Needs to bulk up.

Tim Jones showed he is very strong and is taking well to coaching

Erik Dirks didnt take well to coaching, but has the tools to be good.

Taylor Moore explodes off the line like no other.

Jay Ferrell tried to recover from a poor Senior Bowl. Did a bit better. Consistency and drive is a problem.

Randy Hickey took well to coaching and has a big upside.

Danny Patterson very quick, good footwork.

Alan Stone explodes off the line well, needs to play till the whistle blows.

Maurice Hunter could lose a few pounds considering his current speed and quickness

neko4
04-16-2008, 08:29 PM
Dline 40's

Jared Jenkins DE 4.49
Jamaal Umenyiora DE 4.60
Chris Turner DE 4.64
Dicky Doss DE 4.69
Joseph Resuac DT 4.88
DeAndre Townsend DE 4.89
Will Ross DE 4.90
Andre Krimm DT 4.94
Antwan Stephenson DT 4.95
Keiland Groce DE 4.99
Cory Thompson DE 5.01
Jason Blackwood DT 5.07
Calvin Cazayoux DT 5.13
Stanley Hudson DT 5.17
Larry James DT 5.30

neko4
04-16-2008, 08:48 PM
Dline Bench

Larry James 38
Joseph Resuac 36
Jason Blackwood 31
Jared Jenkins 30
Andre Krimm 29
Cory Thompson 28
Calvin Cazayoux 28
DeAndre Townsend 27
Antwan Stephenson 27
Stanley Hudson 27
Dicky Doss 24
Will Ross 23
Jamal Umenyiora 16
Chris Turner 15

neko4
04-16-2008, 09:43 PM
D-Line Drills Anaylsis
Jared Jenkins showed off his speed and strength, but clearly he needs to show better technqiue.

Chris Turner has been trying to bulk up a bit and he has gotten a bit stronger since the senior bowl. Good motor despite lack of strength.

Will Ross isnt as strong as previously thought, but is quicker.

Calvin Cazayoux, despite a less than expected bench, Cazayoux proved his strength in the drills.

Andre Krimm worked hard to get stronger and it showed. Maybe a bit of a sleeper.

Antwan Stephenson shows great explosion and is stronger than expected, but has a poor motor and bad technique.

Jason Blackwood has great strength but not much else.

Jamal Umenyiora shows the motor and the technique to be a great DE.

Cory Thompson may have solidified himself as the best 34 DE and has shown good strength.

DeAndre Townsend's impressed coaches with his explosion and strength, but technique could use work.

Dicky Doss is emerging as a good pass rusher who plays very smart.

Joseph Resuac went out there and dominated. Was powerful, quick off the line, motor ran well and technique looks good.

Stanley Hudson may not be the biggest or strongest but is a good football player.

Larry James has amazing strength, but poor quickness, technique and motor.

neko4
04-19-2008, 12:39 PM
QB's 40

Jack Utah 4.53
Otto Vick 4.55
Roger Fouts 4.58
Nate Strozier 4.70
Boomhauer 4.81
Johnny Namath 4.87
Crail Johnson 5.03
Joe Marino 5.05
Cody Redman 5.11

neko4
04-19-2008, 12:49 PM
QB's Bench
Nate Strozier 20
Cody Redman 19
Crail Johnson 15
Boomhauer 14
Joe Marino 12
Roger Fouts 10
Jack Utah 9
Johnny Namath 8
Otto Vick 5

neko4
04-19-2008, 12:54 PM
QBs Drills Anaylsis

Jack Utah threw very accurately and did well with the deep ball.

Crail Johnson threw very well. Did great with the deep balls. Looked average rolling out and throwing though.

Cody Redman did excellent with the deep balls, accuracy looked shaky though and threw the ball with more velocity than needed sometimes.

Nate Strozier's mechanics need some work. A bit of project with big potential and a big arm.

Otto Vick did a great job on the run. Looked uncomfortable dropping back and throwing and some passes looked like they wouldnt make it over the line.

Boomhauer has an average arm but he does his best with it. The combine doesnt show his great intangibles.

Roger Fouts has an absolute cannon, but has trouble controlling it.

Johnny Namath is very accurate but his release is slow.

Joe Marino has an average arm but the quickest release east of the Mississippi

neko4
04-19-2008, 03:11 PM
WR's 40's

Jan Itor 4.23
Reggie Moss 4.27
Forestt Gump 4.29
Jesus Sanchez 4.37
Rocky O'Callaghan 4.38
Jimmy Sanderson 4.48
Rod Tidwell 4.53
Kevin Malone 4.54
Jamaal Hicks 4.69
Ricky Bobby 4.72

WR's Bench

Ricky Bobby 21
Kevin Malone 15
Jamaal Hicks 13
Reggie Moss 11
Jan Itor 11
Rocky O'Callaghan 10
Rod Tidwell 10
Jimmy Sanderson 10
Forestt Gump 9
Jesus Sanchez 8

WR Drills Anaylsis

Ricky Bobby is a tough player. Runs good routes but is slow.

Kevin Malone is a similar player. Better hands, and a bit faster.

Jamaal Hicks is big, but struggles big time to get seperation.

Reggie Moss is like the reincarnation of Steve Smith. He can go deep and get the ball. Better vertical leap than some guys a couple inches taller. Needs to get better at breaking jams though.

Jan Itor has the speed to get deep. Poor hands though.

Rocky O'Callaghan proved today that he is more than just a deep threat. He can go deep and get seperation and his route running seems to be improved.

Rod Tidwell is a sold possesion WR but not much else.

Jimmy Sanderson was an underachiever in college. Runs good routes, has good hands, but could be faster. Will rarely get jammed.

Forestt Gump will probably be nothing more than a KR and hail mary threat.

Jesus Sanchez maybe too frail to be a full time starter. Has good speed though.

neko4
04-19-2008, 05:23 PM
RB's 40's
Leopold Carmichael 4.30
Pablo Sanchez 4.35
Joe Jackson 4.38
Brown Taylor (FB) 4.44
Julian Washington 4.46
Bill Robinson 4.51
OJ Payton 4.55
Tank Rogers (FB) 4.58
Hank Hill 4.59
Marcus Lucas 4.61
Red Buttkiss 4.63

RB's Bench

Brown Taylor (FB) 30
Tank Rogers (FB) 26
Red Buttkiss 21
Hank Hill 20
Bill Robinson 19
Leopold Carmichael 15
Marcus Lucas 14
OJ Payton 12
Julian Washington 10
Joe Jackson 8
Pablo Sanchez 6

Drills Anaylsis

Leopold Carmichael may not be great running inside, but he'll hurt teams going outside.

Pablo Sanchez is similar to Carmichael but lacks pass catching ability.

Joe Jackson's 40 may not be what was expected but he dominated in basically all of the agility drills.

Brown Taylor is this year's workout warrior, at over 230 pounds with a 4.4 40 and as powerful as he is he could probably play HB too. If only he had a better work ethic.

Julian Washington isnt all that tough, but is a good outside runner. Did well in agility drills.

Bill Robinson didnt look all that good, but his main strength is going inside and he didnt get to show it off at the combine.

OJ Payton like Robinson didnt get to show off his strengths.

Tank Rogers proved to be a good pass catcher today.

Hank Hill did better in the agility drills than expected coming off a major knee injury.

Marcus Lucas only did well as a pass catcher.

Red Buttkiss raised some questions with a poor 40 and poor agility drills.

Go_Eagles77
04-19-2008, 05:35 PM
Edit sorry

neko4
04-19-2008, 07:01 PM
TE's 40's

Cole Phillips 4.58
Earl Buckapple 4.63
Clarke Kent 4.68
Alex MacDonald 4.77
Gunther Scott 4.84

TE's Bench

Clarke Kent 31
Alex MacDonald 25
Earl BuckApple 24
Cole Phillips 20
Gunther Scott 15

Drills Anaylsis

Clarke Kent looks to be a tough possesion TE. Good blocker too.

Alex MacDonald has gotten stronger since the season. Looked the best in pass-catching drills.

Earl Buckapple looked stiff in agility drills. Had a great 40 though and the best Vert at the combine.

Cole Phillips wasnt very productive, but proved he has the raw skills to be great in the USFL.

Gunther Scott failed to impress most of the day. But shows good hands.

neko4
04-20-2008, 11:37 PM
Kickers and Punters 40's (Punter Benn Hart participated with the LB's too)

Shane Smith (P) 4.66
John Kalil (P) 4.74
Shirley Guy 4.84
Ted Nuggett 4.96
Bryan Badwell 4.98
Frances Guy 7.03 (Power walked it)

Bench

John Kalil 14
Ted Nuggett 11
Bryan Badwell 10
Shane Smith 7
Shirley Guy 1
Frances Guy 0

BamaFalcon59
04-21-2008, 09:35 PM
Wrong thread.

neko4
04-22-2008, 04:48 AM
CB 40's

Galaga Jones 4.28
Desmond Sanders 4.29
Quentin Pryor 4.35
Seth Harris 4.38
Adrian Taylor 4.43
Bobby Sampson 4.49
Tim Wilson 4.49
Chris Turk 4.55
Tom Jefferson 4.60

CB Bench

Galaga Jones 21
Chris Turk 19
Seth Harris 18
Adrian Taylor 14
Tim Wilson 13
Quentin Pryor 12
Desmond Sanders 11
Bobby Sampson 11
Tom Jefferson 8

Drills Anaylsis
Galaga Jones went out there and made some money today! Excellent hands, technique has gotten much better, good hips, and does a great job of jamming. Would be the best overall player if not for character concerns.

Chris Turk is a great jammer, needs to get faster and some technique work.

Seth Harris is still a bit raw. Technique could use some work, but probably has the potential of any CB in this draft.

Adrian Taylor's hands are probably better than half the WR's here. Plays faster than his 40 time says he does. Mental aspect could use some work. Could play safety and he needs to bulk up.

Tim Wilson good technician (sp?) Poor hands.

Bobby Sampson is probably slower than his 40 says. Poor character. Tries to jump routes to often.

Tom Jefferson probably has the best technique of any CB. Hard worker. Just doenst have the physical or atheltic gifts as other players.

Pryor may not be the most physical of guys but is very fast and has good technique.

neko4
04-22-2008, 06:19 PM
S's 40's

Randle Washington (SS) 4.32
Orrin Jordan (FS/SS) 4.34
Anthony Harrell (SS) 4.39
Charlie Wynn (FS) 4.40
Kenny Merriweather (SS) 4.45
Ryan Minister (SS) 4.45
Todd Quilan (FS) 4.52
Rick Ross (SS) 4.55
Randy Samardzija (FS) 4.58

S's Bench

Ryan Minister 27
Anthony Harrell 24
Randle Washington 24
Kenny Merriweather 22
Todd Quinlan 21
Randy Samardzija 20
Orrin Jordan 19
Rick Ross 14
Charlie Wynn 14

S's Drills

Ryan Minister is alot more polished than some think. Looked great in agility drills.

Anthony Harrell shows good technique. Will have to get used to the game again after being in the military for 2 years.

Randle Washington seems to be a straight workout warrior right now. Has all the potential in the world, needs good coaching.

Kenny Merriweather doesnt always show good technique and can become lazy at times even during the combine.

Todd Quinlan is a hard worker when he isnt flirting with cheerleaders.

Orrin Jordan is probably the most pro ready Safety in the entire draft.

Rick Ross has a good head on his shoulders but isnt a great physical specimen.

Charlie Wynn is fairly fast, but not very strong or a good hitter.

Randy Samardzija is a hard worker with good technique.

neko4
04-22-2008, 07:03 PM
LB's 40's

Chad Reed 4.56
Jimmy Thompson 4.58
Sam Carr 4.60
Wayne Walker 4.66
Seth Hawkins 4.68
Deuce McCormick 4.68
Terry Tynes 4.69
Bobby Boucher 4.70
Micah Clowe 4.70
Benn Hart (Punter) 4.78
Carl Allen 4.79
Brenden Tate 4.86

LB's Bench
Seth Hawkins 37
Bobby Boucher 34
Wayne Walker 30
Sam Carr 27
Jimmy Thompson 26
Deuce McCormick 26
Chad Reed 26
Micah Clowe 26
Terry Tynes 25
Brendan Tate 23
Carl Allen 22
Benn Hart 17

LB's Drills

Seth Hawkins has basically all the physical attributes. Backpedal and other coverage techniques need some work, but should be good player with high potential.

Bobby Boucher, nice kid, but is probably best suited screaming down the field on kickoffs and knocking off someone's head. Can be a decent LB though.

Wayne Walker good back pedal. Looked below average in agility drills.

Sam Carr great coverage techniques. Looked like a DB out there for agility drills.

Jimmy Walker's upside may be limited, but he is a great, hard nosed football player. Coaches at the combine loved his work ethic. Little bit stiff during agility drills.

Chad Reed is somewhat raw, but has big potential. Highly athletic.

Micah Clowe is a very smart player and it showed during drills.

Terry Tynes is not to big or fast, but was highly productive in college. Solid technique.

Brendan Tate should probably move to DE after getting up to 255.

Carl Allen could be a good 3-4 LB as he has room to get bigger. Looks very strong, but like Tate isnt as strong as he looks. And has good pass rushing technique.

Benn Hart, is definitly a better punter, he probably has the best leg in the draft.

BeerBaron
04-29-2008, 04:53 PM
im bringing this back up so that we can see it easier for the draft going on right now...