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    1. Keiland Williams(Junior) :: LSU :: 5'11 223
    -NFL Comparison: Jamal Lewis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imbggae8mY8

    (8 second mark)
    -not keeping his head on a swivel
    -pad level too high
    -stood up too easy due to high pad level
    -if his eyes were moving he would have seen defender and gotten lower

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fF_6B2D5t5w

    (7 second mark)
    -lowered his pads to gain extra couple yards

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RDeHRXdVEs

    (9 second mark)
    -appears to be great vision to bounce it outside, however, he made a huge mistake
    (14 second mark)
    - would like to see him keep accelerating here. Slowed down and allowed a hit when he should have gone untouched
    (34 second mark)
    -here is his huge mistake. from this angle you can see a huge seem straight up the middle that would have allowed him to run away from the defense to the endzone. Instead he chooses to bounce it and allowed the defense to pursue him down the field. Also, NFL defenses would eat him up to the outside like that just way too much speed in the NFL for him not to take it up that HUGE hole.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rr2w06DOpyE

    (11 second mark)
    -great vision and ability to cut off his blockers hips

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijn0Wlu5Y-0

    (5-6 second mark)
    -great job changing speed to defeat defenders angle

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5-WHRKp_yo

    (both runs)
    -great job following his beef, staying low and leaning forward

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcUVLK4T9YI

    (9 second mark)
    -great job cutting off blockers hips
    -great athletic ability and reactions to hurrdle his own blocker

    (11 second mark)
    -great leg strenght to scrugg of hit and keep accelerating

    (13 second mark)
    -great cutback to defeat defenses angle
    -great run away speed to outrun defensive backs

    2. Chris Wells(Junior) :: Ohio State :: 6'1 235
    -NFL Comparison: Jamal Anderson

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZmuBLYYjrc

    (8 second mark)
    -ability to read blocks and find the seem

    (10 second mark)
    -nice job shaking arm tackles
    -needs to accelerate better the NFL defense would have had him down within 3 yards, yes he scored, but did you see how slow he was moving and how much slower the defenders chasing him were?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzkAXaDnnzY

    (27 second mark)
    -good stiff arm and show of upper body strenght

    (32 second mark)
    -good vision and cut off blockers hips

    (35 second mark)
    -great showcase of power and balance

    (41 second mark)
    -nice read on the blocks
    -nice job keeping pad level low, and great leg drive to punch it in

    (45 second mark)
    -great power and nice finish
    -always nice to see backs falling forward

    (48 second mark)
    -nice job recognizing the blocking and finding the seem to the endzone

    (56 second mark)
    -nice job breaking arm tackles and then decent speed for a big man

    (1 minute 4 second mark)
    -great cutback and vision to find the lane
    -here is the acceleration I'd like to see from Beanie all the time...nice NFL caliber run right here.

    (1 minute 22 second mark)
    -great cut and then getting up field

    (1 minute 25 second mark)
    -second great cut on this run and then punching it in the endzone

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9VU4c5SjRY

    (37 second mark)
    -great job bouncing it outside to keep it alive

    (41 secon mark)
    -nice job following blockers and then bouncing it further to shake a defender

    (49 second mark)
    -great job finding the seem and accelerating through it

    (52 second mark)
    -great power and upper body strenght. He was running with his shoulders a bit too high and still planted this guy

    *a few runs shown in fast-forward cannot accurately judge the plays*

    (1 minute 33 second mark)
    -nice spin move in the backfield to keep play alive and then ability to get north and south and still find the hole(Great ability and natural instinct you just cannot teach shown right here)
    -then nice acceleration and ability to finish the job with 6 points

    (Next three runs)
    -all show great power and leg drive, and ability to keep pad level down

    (1 minute 56 second and 2 minute marks)
    -show great power and ability to run through tacklers who don't wrap up...you can't just hit this guy and bring him down, you have to wrap his legs up I like that in a back.

    (2 minute 5 second mark)
    -very nice cut back and nimble feet for a big man

    (2 minute 11 second mark)
    -great job finding hole and then weaving and powering his way to the first down marker

    (2 minute 16 second mark)
    -nice job finding the hole, bouncing it outside and then imediately getting north south again.
    3. C.J. Spiller(Junior) :: Clemson :: 5'11 190
    -NFL Comparison: Tony Dorsey
    4. LeSean McCoy(Sophmore) :: Pittsburgh :: 5'11 200
    -NFL Comparison: Thurman Thomas
    5. Toney Baker(rsJunior) :: North Carolina State :: 5'11 225
    -NFL Comparison: Ricky Williams

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-huZvIfTRv4

    (1 second mark)
    -great cut off 'block' aka over pursuit of DT

    (2-4 second mark)
    -great great acceleration and speed for a big runner, and nice to see him keeping his pads low

    (4 second mark)
    -nice job being the aggresor and throwing his shoulder into defender
    -low pads destroy would be tackler
    6. Andre Brown(Senior) :: North Carolina State :: 6'0 232
    -NFL Comparison: Corey Dillion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jhc2yzrwGZ0

    (3 second mark)
    -nice cut to shake defender

    (8 second mark)
    -way to be the punisher, not punished
    -great strong finish

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeyrDd7VMAw

    (1st run)
    -great vision
    -great ability to read blocks and cut off blockers hips
    -great acceleration

    (2nd run)
    - HOLD ON TO THE BALL!!!!(it's elementary)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9w5sKCFZrd0

    (9 second mark)
    -great job reading blocks and cutting off hips

    (9-17 second mark)
    -great acceleration
    -nice balance and tight rope
    -great job finishing the run and getting it in the end zone

    (3 second mark)
    -nice power and ability to turn shoulders to keep defender from squaring up

    (5 second mark)
    -nice shake and bake for a big man
    -good cut off block then nice acceleration

    (7 second mark)
    -nice to see the punishment dished out
    -good stiff arm and showing upper body power
    -then nice job taking off and getting it to the house
    7. Knowshon Moreno(rsSophmore) :: Georgia :: 5'11 207
    -NFL Comparison: Terry Allen
    8. Charles Scott(Junior) :: LSU :: 5'11 221
    -NFL Comparison: Roger Craig
    9. Jeremiah Johnson(Senior) :: Oregon :: 5'9 220
    -NFL Comparison: Frank Gore
    10. Stefon Johnson(Junior) :: USC :: 6'1 210
    -NFL Comparison: Ahman Green
    11. Marlon Lucky(Senior) :: Nebraska :: 6'0 210
    -NFL Comparison: Chester Taylor
    12. Javarris James(Junior) :: Miami(Fla) :: 6'0 211
    -NFL Comparison: Ricky Waters
    13. James Davis(Senior) :: Clemson :: 5'11 205
    -NFL Comparison: Curtis Martin
    14. Ian Johnson(Senior) :: Boise State :: 5'11 194
    -NFL Comparison: Marshall Faulk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D0aoqRIOwA
    15. Mike Goodson(Junior) :: Texxas A&M :: 6'0 192
    -NFL Comparison: Willie Parker
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxPFkVG1Kps
    16. Anthony Allen(Junior) :: Louisville :: 6'1 232
    -NFL Comparison: LaMont Jordan
    17. Eugene Jarvis(Junior) :: Kent State :: 5'5 175
    -NFL Comparison: Quentin Griffin
    18. Herb Donaldson(Senior) :: Western Illinois :: 5'11 225
    -NFL Comparison: LaBrandon Toefield
    19. Arian Foster(Senior) :: Tennessee :: 6'1 225
    -NFL Comparison: Larry Johnson
    20. C.J. Gable(Junior) :: USC :: 6'1 195
    -NFL Comparison: Clinton Portis
    21. Keegan Harring(Senior) :: Arizona State :: 5'10 195
    -NFL Comparison: Tiki Barber
    22. Corey Lewis(Senior) :: Northern Iowa :: 6'0 197
    -NFL Comparison: Laurence Maroney
    23. Antone Smith(Senior) :: Florida State :: 5'9 190
    -NFL Comparison: Selvin Young
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSyjHDpXqLw
    24. Javon Ringer(Senior) :: Michigan State :: 5'9 200
    -NFL Comparison: Priest Holmes
    25. Kory Sheets(Senior) :: Purdue 6'0 206
    -NFL Comparison: Ernest Byner
    26. Ontario Sneed(Senior) :: Central Michigan :: 5'11 205
    -NFL Comparison: Errict Rhett
    27. Brandon Ore(Senior) :: Virginia Tech:: 5'10 220
    -NFL Comparison: Shaun Alexander
    28. LaMarcus Coker(Junior) :: Tennessee :: 5'11 195
    -NFL Comparison: Ahmad Bradshaw
    29. Brad Lester(Senior) :: Auburn :: 5'11 198
    -NFL Comparison: DeDe Dorsey
    30. Rodney Ferguson(Senior) :: New Mexico :: 6'0 226
    -NFL Comparison: Stephen Davis
    31. Donald Brown(Junior) :: Connecticut :: 5'10 208
    -NFL Comparison: Garrison Hearst
    32. Andre Nixon(Junior) :: Connecticut :: 6'1 202
    -NFL Comparison: Robert Smith
    33. P.J. Hill(rsJunior) :: Wisconson :: 5'11 a biscut south of 300
    -NFL Comparison: Natrone Means
    34. Ben Tate(Junior) :: Auburn :: 5'11 215
    -NFL Comparison: Thomas Jones
    35. Tyrell Sutton(Senior) :: Northwestern :: 5'9 190
    -NFL Comparison: Warrick Dunn
    36. Darrell Mack(Senior) :: Utah :: 6'0 219
    -NFL Comparison: Kolby Smith
    37. Mike McLeod(Senior) :: Yale :: 5'11 200
    -NFL Comparison: Jerious Norwood
    38. Kahlil Bell(Senior) :: UCLA :: 6'0 206
    -NFL Comparison: Ryan Grant
    39. George Stripling(Senior) :: Louisville :: 6'0 184
    -NFL Comparison: Leon Washington
    40. Micah Andrews(Senior) :: Wake Forest :: 5'9 212
    -NFL Comparison: Dominic Rhodes
    41. Tyler Roehl(Senior) :: North Dakota State :: 5'10 223
    -NFL Comparison: Steven Jackson
    42. Dwight Tardy(Senior) :: Washington State :: 5'10 200
    -NFL Comparison: Julius Jones
    43. Luke Lippincott(Senior) :: Nevada :: 6'2 215
    -NFL Comparison: Eddie George
    44. Devin Moore(Senior) :: Wyoming :: 5'9 185
    -NFL Comparison: Brian Westbrook
    45. Gartrell Johnson(Senior) :: Colorado State :: 6'0 230
    -NFL Comparison: Dorsey Levens
    46. Rashad Jennings(Senior) :: Liberty :: 6'1 235
    -NFL Comparison: Michael Turner
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohP5XBCu_ws
    47. Mike Davis(Senior) :: South Carolina :: 5'9, 212
    -NFL Comparison: Rock Cartright
    48. Maurice Well(Senior) :: Ohio State :: 5'11 190
    -NFL Comparison: Jerome Harrison
    49. Torrian Adams(Senior) :: Tulsa :: 6'1 200
    -NFL Comparison: Travis Henry
    50. Cedric Peerman(Senior) :: Virginia :: 5'10 208
    -NFL Comparison: Aaron Stecker
    51. Patrick Jackson(Senior) :: Louisiana Tech :: 5'10 193
    -NFL Comparison: Lorenzo Booker
    52. Marcus Thigpen(Senior) :: Indiana :: 5'9 199
    -NFL Comparison: Darren Sproles
    53. Jorvorskie Lane(Senior) :: Texas A&M :: 6'0 285
    -NFL Comparison: Greg Jones
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHVhi4K7MYk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogmNIFw_yMs
    54. Aaron Brown(Senior) :: TCU :: 6'0 200
    -NFL Comparison: Jason Wright
    55. Kestahn Moore(Senior) :: Florida :: 5'10 220
    -NFL Comparison: T.J. Duckett
    56. Bernard Scott(Senior) :: Abilene Christian :: 5'11 190
    -NFL Comparison: Michael Bennett
    57. George Bell(Senior) :: Catawba :: 5'11 210
    -NFL Comparison: Tim Biankabutuka
    -started out at Virginia Tech, Ore's back-up, he left citing a desire for extended playing time.
    58. Tyrell Fenroy(Senior) :: Lousiana-Lafayette :: 5'9 187
    -NFL Comparison: Tatum Bell
    59. Frank Summer(Senior) :: UNLV :: 5'10 240
    -NFL Comparison: Najah Davenport
    Last edited by Cribbs>Hester; 05-12-2008, 01:49 PM. Reason: Added Feature

  • #2
    wow good write up

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Cribbs>Hester View Post
      54. Frank Summer(Senior) :: UNLV :: 5'10 240
      this guy is a beast, will prob. play FB though, but man he can run hard.
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=FgmrbmGVyVY
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=GqqSI6q9AJc

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      • #4
        Good list, just can't see Javon Ringer at 23 :/



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        • #5
          Originally posted by fischbowl View Post
          Good list, just can't see Javon Ringer at 23 :/
          I rate him so low based soley on intellegents. I've met him personally and they guy is stupid, not nicer or easier way around it the guy is dumber than a box of rocks. I have no clue how he has made it through college(Coaches help). I don't know how the strong teams feel about brain dead running backs either, but I wouldn't draft him at all if I were a GM. I guess if he knows how to read a playbook and has football smarts it might not matter than he can't read Dr. Suess books or give correct change amounts. I guess we'll see how the NFL feels about it come combine and draft time 2009.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cribbs>Hester;1055579[b
            I rate him so low based soley on intellegents. I've met him personally and they guy is stupid, not nicer or easier way around it the guy is dumber than a box of rocks.[/b] I have no clue how he has made it through college(Coaches help). I don't know how the strong teams feel about brain dead running backs either, but I wouldn't draft him at all if I were a GM. I guess if he knows how to read a playbook and has football smarts it might not matter than he can't read Dr. Suess books or give correct change amounts. I guess we'll see how the NFL feels about it come combine and draft time 2009.
            The irony here is laughable.

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            • #7
              Chris Wells: Very good HB at the next lvl. BUT... Bulk the guy up to 255 and make him a Alstott-like fb/hb. At 6'1 - 255 he will dominate.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                The irony here is laughable.
                Misspelled words? Grammer? I'm sure that it what you're getting at, but the funny thing that I never claimed to be a genius. And the bad thing about it is that Ringer makes me look like a genius. Seriously, if anyone ever gets the chance to meet him ask him some of the most random questions that anyone who made it though ninth grade should know and he is completely lost. I may not have the best grammer or spelling, but at least I can read and count. Also, I'm not the one NFL teams are going to be putting on trial to determine whether or not they want to draft me.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TheIncredibleDraftDude View Post
                  Chris Wells: Very good HB at the next lvl. BUT... Bulk the guy up to 255 and make him a Alstott-like fb/hb. At 6'1 - 255 he will dominate.
                  hey man, here is an idea...why dont you leave a player at the position they have played their entire life, instead of suggesting that every player drafted has to bulk up and play a different position? it isnt that simple...i bet you think playing right tackle and left tackle are the same too, and its real easy to make the switch...noob
                  Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
                  The APS is strong in this one.
                  Originally posted by killxswitch
                  Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Cribbs>Hester View Post
                    Misspelled words? Grammer? I'm sure that it what you're getting at, but the funny thing that I never claimed to be a genius. And the bad thing about it is that Ringer makes me look like a genius. Seriously, if anyone ever gets the chance to meet him ask him some of the most random questions that anyone who made it though ninth grade should know and he is completely lost. I may not have the best grammer or spelling, but at least I can read and count. Also, I'm not the one NFL teams are going to be putting on trial to determine whether or not they want to draft me.
                    Here's a tip: if you're going to challenge someone's intelligence on the interweb, at least try to use proper spelling, grammar and punctuation.

                    For example, I always go out of my way and make a 100+ character post criticizing someone who calls someone on the internet "retarted."
                    Last edited by iworshipbender; 05-04-2008, 05:20 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Cribbs>Hester View Post
                      Misspelled words? Grammer? I'm sure that it what you're getting at, but the funny thing that I never claimed to be a genius. And the bad thing about it is that Ringer makes me look like a genius. Seriously, if anyone ever gets the chance to meet him ask him some of the most random questions that anyone who made it though ninth grade should know and he is completely lost. I may not have the best grammer or spelling, but at least I can read and count. Also, I'm not the one NFL teams are going to be putting on trial to determine whether or not they want to draft me.
                      Misspelled intelligence. Dummy



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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cribbs>Hester View Post
                        I rate him so low based soley on intellegents. I've met him personally and they guy is stupid, not nicer or easier way around it the guy is dumber than a box of rocks. I have no clue how he has made it through college(Coaches help). I don't know how the strong teams feel about brain dead running backs either, but I wouldn't draft him at all if I were a GM. I guess if he knows how to read a playbook and has football smarts it might not matter than he can't read Dr. Suess books or give correct change amounts. I guess we'll see how the NFL feels about it come combine and draft time 2009.
                        This is ironic

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                        • #13
                          So no love for Knowshon?



                          Sig thanks to Bonekrusher

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by eaglesfan_45 View Post
                            This is ironic

                            That second part was just a typo and you know that. OMG I forgot to hit the "A" key.

                            The other spelling error, oh well, I never claimed to be a great speller.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by neko4 View Post
                              So no love for Knowshon?
                              Take a look at #7

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