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  • Originally posted by Hurricanes25 View Post
    Here are my projections.
    Allen Bailey DT/DE 1st-2nd round
    Jason Fox OT 2nd-3rd round
    Graig Cooper RB 3rd-5th round
    Eric Moncur DE 4th-6th round
    Darryl Sharpton LB 5th-7th round
    Javarris James RB 6th-7th round
    Colin McCarthy LB 6th-7th round
    Dedrick Epps TE 6th-7th round
    Update time.

    Jason Fox- OT- 1st - I have said this before and I’ll say it again, Fox is going to be a good LT or an elite RT. He is a good run and pass blocker. Best fit will be in a ZBS.

    Allen Bailey- DT/DE- 1st-2nd - Has all the physical tools in the world and should have a great combine. He is a bit raw so he should come back and work on his pass rushing moves.

    Darryl Sharpton- MLB- 3rd-5th - Great at shedding blockers and has a knack for the football. I think he projects well to both, the 3-4 and 4-3.

    Colin McCarthy- OLB- 3rd-5th - He is a great tackler and like Sharpton, he always has a knack for finding the ball. Best fit will be at SAM. Most likely he will come back for his senior season.

    Leonard Hankerson- WR- 3rd-5th- He has had some problems catching the ball in the past but he has improved a lot this season. Hankerson is not very fast but he can make plays after the catch. Prototypical possession receiver. I think he will return for his senior season.

    Graig Cooper- RB- 4th-5th- He has good speed but has terrible vision. He dances too much behind the LOS which often leads to negative plays. His combine numbers will help his stock.

    Jimmy Graham- TE- 4th- 5th- Former basketball player….He is extremely raw but with his 6’8 frame, he possesses matchup problems especially in the redzone. He has good hands and has been pretty reliable. If a team wants to be patient with him, I think he will be a stud in a few years.

    Javarris James- RB- 5th-undrafted- James has had some injury problems which has cost him playing time…. He has great vision and always finds the cutback lanes. Javarris is great out of the backfield as a receiver and he can also pick up the blitz. His biggest problem is that he has lost much of his burst after the injuries. It’s a shame to because I think he could have been one of the greatest Miami running back prospects ever.

    Dedrick Epps- TE- 6th-undrafted- Good blocker…reliable hands. I think he projects to an H-back.

    Joe Joseph- DT- 6th-undrafted - The injury to Fortson was a blessing in disguise as Joseph got to see the field more often. He actually is having a good season and is picking up a lot of tackles behind or near the line of scrimmage. Best fit will be at NT in the 4-3.

    Eric Moncur- DE- 7th-undrafted- Injury prone….has always been a good pass rusher and solid against the run. I think he will have good workout numbers so that may get him drafted.

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    • University of Pitttsburgh

      Alphabetical Order. Players in Italics have eligibility remaining.

      TE - Nate Byham - 6'4" 265 - Late Round/UDFA

      TE - Dorin Dickerson - 6'3" 230 - Mid-Rounds

      ILB - Adam Gunn - 6'2" 230 - Late Round/UDFA

      WR - Cedric McGee - 6'1" 205 - Late Round/UDFA

      DT - Gus Mustakas - 6'3" 285 - Late Round/UDFA

      OT - Jason Pinkston - 6'5" 305 - Mid-Rounds

      DE - Greg Romeus - 6'5" 270 - 1st or 2nd Round

      DE - Jabaal Sheard - 6'4" 260 - Mid-Rounds

      QB - Bill Stull - 6'3" 215 - Late Round/UDFA

      OG/OT - Joe Thomas - 6'5" 300 - Late Round/UDFA

      DT - Mick Williams - 6'1" 280 - Late Round/UDFA
      Last edited by phlysac; 11-29-2009, 12:27 PM.

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      • Originally posted by phlysac View Post
        University of Pitttsburgh

        Alphabetical Order. Players in Italics have eligibility remaining.

        DE - Greg Romeus - 6'5" 270 - 1st or 2nd Round
        I hope he goes back to school. I think he will be a top 15 pick next year.

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        • Notre Dame
          Needed to update my list a bit.

          Seniors:
          Sam Young RT 3rd/6th 6'8 330
          Will somone fall in love with his upside? He has quite a bit of talent but has had a very dissappointing college career. Could still become a good NFL RT though
          Eric Olsen OG/OC 4th/6th 6'5 305
          Solid player with a bit to much of a tendancy to make mistakes. Will still make a team pretty happy imo. Tough player
          Kyle McCarthey SS 3rd/5th 6'1 203
          'Mister Dependable' has been the sole solid player on one of the worst ND defenses in history. Tackles solid but isnt the big hitter that he should be with his lack of speed.

          Juniors/seniors with eligebility remaining (all guys possible to go pro only):

          Jimmy Clausen QB 1st 6'3 217
          Great arm, relatively tough to guess where he will go though. Could go anywhere from 1st overall to mid first. Has the experience with pressure though.
          Golden Tate QB 1st/3rd 5'11 195
          Guy with a pretty special skill set. strong runner after the catch. good body control but still has a long way to go as a wide receiver. Route running is a real concern and will prevent him from lining up in the slot


          Saints 2014 draft wish list:
          - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
          - Corner or Wideout in the first
          - No reaching
          - No Kelvin Benjamin

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          • Originally posted by Hurricanes25 View Post
            Update time.

            Jason Fox- OT- 1st - I have said this before and I’ll say it again, Fox is going to be a good LT or an elite RT. He is a good run and pass blocker. Best fit will be in a ZBS.

            Allen Bailey- DT/DE- 1st-2nd - Has all the physical tools in the world and should have a great combine. He is a bit raw so he should come back and work on his pass rushing moves.

            Darryl Sharpton- MLB- 3rd-5th - Great at shedding blockers and has a knack for the football. I think he projects well to both, the 3-4 and 4-3.

            Colin McCarthy- OLB- 3rd-5th - He is a great tackler and like Sharpton, he always has a knack for finding the ball. Best fit will be at SAM. Most likely he will come back for his senior season.

            Leonard Hankerson- WR- 3rd-5th- He has had some problems catching the ball in the past but he has improved a lot this season. Hankerson is not very fast but he can make plays after the catch. Prototypical possession receiver. I think he will return for his senior season.

            Graig Cooper- RB- 4th-5th- He has good speed but has terrible vision. He dances too much behind the LOS which often leads to negative plays. His combine numbers will help his stock.

            Jimmy Graham- TE- 4th- 5th- Former basketball player….He is extremely raw but with his 6’8 frame, he possesses matchup problems especially in the redzone. He has good hands and has been pretty reliable. If a team wants to be patient with him, I think he will be a stud in a few years.

            Javarris James- RB- 5th-undrafted- James has had some injury problems which has cost him playing time…. He has great vision and always finds the cutback lanes. Javarris is great out of the backfield as a receiver and he can also pick up the blitz. His biggest problem is that he has lost much of his burst after the injuries. It’s a shame to because I think he could have been one of the greatest Miami running back prospects ever.

            Dedrick Epps- TE- 6th-undrafted- Good blocker…reliable hands. I think he projects to an H-back.

            Joe Joseph- DT- 6th-undrafted - The injury to Fortson was a blessing in disguise as Joseph got to see the field more often. He actually is having a good season and is picking up a lot of tackles behind or near the line of scrimmage. Best fit will be at NT in the 4-3.

            Eric Moncur- DE- 7th-undrafted- Injury prone….has always been a good pass rusher and solid against the run. I think he will have good workout numbers so that may get him drafted.
            I'm glad you did this. Good timing.

            Fox - agree.

            Bailey - 1st round lock. Safe pick with loads of upside. He would benefit from another year though.

            Sharpton - agree.

            McCarthy - I grade him higher than Sharpton. 3rd round most likely. He's the complete package...just needs to stay healthy. He's coming back for another year.

            Hankerson - Claims he's coming back next year. I agree with your assessment. He's a hard worker and an overachieving athlete but he still had inconsistent hands. He could become a solid #2 or a complete bust.

            Cooper - agree. 3rd or 4th rounder. Needs more coaching to change his running style. Very frustrating player.

            Graham - Sky's the limit. He could go anywhere in the draft and it would be reasonable imo.

            James - agree. Him and Cooper don't get enough yards after contact. I still think he could become a decent backup for a ZBS team, similar to a guy like Mike Bell.

            Epps - I grade him higher than 6th round. 3rd or 4th imo. He has prototypical size, competent speed, good blocking ability. He can be a great #2 TE with his blocking ability and effectiveness in the short passing game.

            Joseph - agree. He's had a good year but he's not very athletic. Some team will draft him and give him a shot at NT (4-3).

            Moncur - Probably won't get drafted. Way too many injuries. He'll have a shot in camp and I wouldn't be surprised to see him make it.

            You left out Sam Shields and Randy Phillips btw. Shields needs to improve his instincts but he could become a good corner. I'm not a fan of Phillips but scouts have higher opinions on him from what I remember. I also think Tervaris Johnson could be a solid H-back.

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            • Originally posted by Hurricanes25 View Post
              I hope he goes back to school. I think he will be a top 15 pick next year.
              I second that. Amazing considering he has only played organized football since his senior year in HS.

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              • Originally posted by etk View Post
                You left out Sam Shields and Randy Phillips btw. Shields needs to improve his instincts but he could become a good corner. I'm not a fan of Phillips but scouts have higher opinions on him from what I remember. I also think Tervaris Johnson could be a solid H-back.
                I totally forgot about Shields. His speed will get him drafted. I expect him to run anywhere from a 4.20 to a 4.29. Phillips is just horrrible so I didn't even want to bring him up. And I didn't realize that Johnson was a senior. I do agree with you on him.He can be a solid H-back.

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                • Originally posted by Hurricanes25 View Post
                  I totally forgot about Shields. His speed will get him drafted. I expect him to run anywhere from a 4.20 to a 4.29. Phillips is just horrrible so I didn't even want to bring him up. And I didn't realize that Johnson was a senior. I do agree with you on him.He can be a solid H-back.
                  Shields has more than just speed....he's very physical and enjoys run support. Again, he just needs to improve his instincts to become a starting corner. It'll come with time.

                  If Bruce Johnson can succeed in the NFL...

                  Agree on Phillips, but he's a good leader and will put up good combine numbers. On paper and in person he seems like a 1st round pick but he plays like trash.

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                  • Originally posted by VoodooMonkey View Post
                    TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS

                    Seniors

                    Rico McCoy- OLB 6'1", 225 lbs. (3rd-4th round)


                    Marsalous Johnson- CB 5'9", 185 lbs. (UDFA)


                    Dan Williams- DT 6'3", 325 lbs. (3rd-4th round)


                    Wes Brown- DE/DT 6'4", 265 lbs. (7th-UDFA)


                    Vladimir Richard- OG 6'4", 300 lbs. (6th-7th round)


                    Chris Scott- OT/OG 6'5", 340 lbs. (6th-7th round)


                    Jacques McClendon- OG 6'3", 320 lbs. (5th-7th round)


                    Josh McNeil- OC 6'4", 285 lbs. (4th-6th round)


                    Jeff Cottam- TE 6'8", 260 lbs. (7th-UDFA)


                    Montario Hardesty- HB 6'0", 210 lbs. (7th-UDFA)


                    Jonathan Crompton- QB 6'4", 230 lbs. (UDFA)

                    Top Juniors


                    Eric Berry- S/CB 5'11", 205 lbs. (Top 10 pick)


                    Brent Vinson- CB 6'0", 200 lbs.


                    Dennis Rogan- CB/S 5'10", 180 lbs.


                    Ben Martin- DE/OLB 6'3", 240 lbs.


                    Chris Walker- DE/OLB 6'3", 235 lbs.


                    Gerald Jones- WR 6'0", 200 lbs.


                    Denarius Moore- WR 6'1", 190 lbs.

                    I kind of went overboard, but oh well. Not too many stones left unturned. Some guys that I left off that could post a little intrigue at this point are Austin Rogers, Quintin Hancock, Brandon Warren and Luke Stocker. But I'm lazy so I'm not doing anymore. At least not right now. :p
                    Some changes to this would be......
                    -Dan Williams (2nd round)
                    -Chris Scott (4th-5th)
                    -Montario Hardesty (2nd-3rd)
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                    • Rutgers

                      Anthony Davis- OT- Top 15- Elite run blocker and great pass blocker. He can play 4 positions on the line and is by far the best Rutgers’ prospect ever.

                      Devin McCourty- CB- 3rd-4th- I think he is better than his twin brother Jason, who was drafted by the Titans last year. Devin is very fast with pretty good ball skills. He is also an amazing special teamer who knows how to block kicks.

                      Ryan D’Imperio- MLB- 5th-6th- He has not had the season that I expected but he is still very underrated.. He along with McCourty have been our leaders on defense.

                      Tim Brown- WR- 5th-6th- Brown is very fast and has shown better hands than seasons past. Brown is short but he can present some matchup problems with his speed.

                      Kevin Haslam- RT- 5th-7th- Nothing special but he is good enough to make somebody’s roster as a backup.

                      George Johnson- DE- 5th-7th- Good pass rusher who can also stop the run…. Pretty athletic and I expect him to put up good workout numbers.

                      Jack Corcoran- FB- 6th-7th- Good lead blocker…….good hands out of the backfield. Very solid player.

                      Some other guys who may get looks as UDFA‘S- OLB Damaso Munoz, S Zaire Kitchen, C Ryan Blaszczyk.

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                      • Joe Hawley of UNLV and that's it.

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