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  • Shame about Keiser. I'm really interested in what he brings to the table.

    R.I.P. Junior Seau

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    • Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
      Even college schemes can be designed to hide a player's weaknesses, and Ahmad Black is going to be exposed in the NFL if his top end speed is 4.7.

      Who's he going to match up with one on one??

      I'll admit I saw very little of UF last season, maybe three complete games, but I still say he can have the greatest anticipation and instincts in the world, if Black takes a fraction of a false step in coverage, 95% of the WRs in the NFL are going to dust him.

      Laron Landry is 4 TENTHS OF A SECOND faster than Ahmad Black, and he's totally lost when he has to cover a WR more than 25 yards downfield.

      Yeah football is all about 'real' game speed, not a stopwatch, but a DB running that slow is problematic.
      Really great points.
      And proud of it!!!

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      • Davon House reportedly runs a 4.32.

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        • Originally posted by TheSlinger View Post
          Davon House reportedly runs a 4.32.

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          • Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
            WHOooee!!!

            I'm a ***** for great 40 times!!!! Luv em!!.
            Aqib Talib - 4.44

            Vontae Davis - 4.49

            Johnathan Joseph - 4.32

            Leon Hall - 4.38

            Derrell Revis - 4.38 (6.56 3-cone!)

            Devin McCourty - 4.48

            Joe Haden - 4.57

            Cortland Finnegan - 4.34 (Pro Day)

            Brandon Flowers - 4.55

            Nnamdi Asomugha - 4.45

            Asante Samuel - 4.50

            Charles Woodson - 4.44

            Tramon Williams - 4.60

            Antoine Winfield - 4.41

            Brent Grimes - 4.57 (Pro Day)

            Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie - 4.29


            Just for a little perspective, some of the better cornerbacks in the league and the forties they had coming into the NFL. Sorry if any of those are wrong, I just posted the first seemingly-legitimately-sourced times I found for each.

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            • On an ankle he considered to only be about 80%, Noel Devine ran a 4.26 and a 4.38.

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              • Did Devine get weighed?

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                • Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
                  On an ankle he considered to only be about 80%, Noel Devine ran a 4.26 and a 4.38.
                  I heard on NFL Network that it was a 4.43, anyway it confirms that Devine has quickness and the ability to run away from defenders.

                  Is he at least a solid 3rd round draft pick now??

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                  • Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
                    I heard on NFL Network that it was a 4.43, anyway it confirms that Devine has quickness and the ability to run away from defenders.

                    Is he at least a solid 3rd round draft pick now??
                    No. He might be a solid 5th-round pick now.

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                    • Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
                      I heard on NFL Network that it was a 4.43, anyway it confirms that Devine has quickness and the ability to run away from defenders.

                      Is he at least a solid 3rd round draft pick now??
                      Yeah, I read that on Roto too. I'd probably go with that, since I got those numbers from a WVU site.

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                      • Ballard ran a 4.68 forty, 7.15 cone, 34" vert..at 286 lbs.

                        DJK ran a 4.5, 35" vert, 21 reps.

                        Clayborn had a 35" vert, 7.08 cone.

                        Iowa had a really good Pro-Day.

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                        • I thought DJK wasn't invited to the Pro Day?

                          Also, I haven't been able to find anything on how Stanzi looked. Any info?

                          Either way, we have another one in a month so any guys that had a bad day can redeem. I don't imagine Ballard will retest.

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                          • Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                            Ballard ran a 4.68 forty, 7.15 cone, 34" vert..at 286 lbs.

                            DJK ran a 4.5, 35" vert, 21 reps.

                            Clayborn had a 35" vert, 7.08 cone.

                            Iowa had a really good Pro-Day.


                            I really wish DJK would have finished his career at Iowa in a better light because he is a phenomenal athlete and would be considered one of the top Senior WR's. Now he is looking at rounds 3-5 instead of 2-3. Teams will be getting a player with him as long as he can stay out of the doghouse.

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                            • According to this article from National Football post, it says that DJK tested at a facility near the Iowa campus.

                              NEW ORLEANS -- Former Iowa wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos ran the 40-yard dash in 4.50 and 4.52 seconds today at his Pro Day workout near the Hawkeyes' campus, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.

                              The 5-foot-11, 200-pounder registered a 9-10 broad jump and a 34 1/2 inch vertical leap.

                              He bench pressed 225 pounds 21 times.

                              He had a 4.42 short shuttle, a 6.92 three-cone drill and an 11.92 60-yard shuttle.

                              Johnson-Kouilanos is the Hawkeyes' all-time leading wide receiver.

                              He wasn'tallowed to work out at Iowa anymore following a well-publicized drug arrest last year that got him suspended from the football team.

                              Ultimately, Johnson-Koulianos pleaded guilty to a simple possession of marijuana charge in a plea bargain deal. He received unsupervised probation and no jail time.

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                              http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...450-today.html

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                              • DJK is going to make some team really, really happy in the later rounds. He isn't a homerun type WR, but he runs great routes, has very reliable hands, and is still quick enough to break away. Plus, he is a very good returner.

                                Sucks that his career ended on such a low note, but on the field he's a very solid possession WR.

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