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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.

    Did Ballard look as fast as he timed in Iowa games?? That's crazy speed BTW for someone over 280#.

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    • Northwood University's linebacker Andrew DeWeerd. at 6-1, 221-pounds, he ran a 4.56 and 4.57 in the 40-yard dash. He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 35 inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.29 short shuttle, 7.00 3-cone, and did 14 reps.

      Maybe he can play SS, that is pretty big, but safety like speed.

      UW-Stout defensive end Justin Rindt. Rindt (6-3, 267-pounds) put up the following numbers at Wisconsin's Pro Day: ran a 4.72 and 4.76 in the 40, had a 1.67 10-yard split, 2.69 20-yard, 31 1/2-inch vertical, 9'2 broad jump, 4.50 short shuttle, 7.56 3-cone, and did 25 bench reps. His personal best in the 10 yard split is 1.54

      Wisconsin-Whitewater SS Lane Olson (5-8, 203-pounds) also had great numbers at Wisconsin's Pro Day. he ran a 4.45 and 4.50 in the 40, had a 1.52 10-yard, 2.55 20-yard, 4.08 short-shuttle. 6.46 3-cone, 10'4 broad jump, and a 38-inch vertical

      His height is a little small height wise but is similar height to someone like Jim Leonhard and weighs more.

      Jalil Carter (WR), Veritical : 37-inches, the broad jump 10-05.50 and the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.38. Played 3 years as a kr/db and made the transition to wide receiver last year, really coming along towards the end of the season, with 5 catches for 109 yards against Buffalo, he also had a 100 yards against Miami(OH) the week before.


      Ryan Travis, 6-2, 242-pounds Travis performed at Akron's Pro Day, where he ran a 4.65 and a 4.66 in the 40, 1.45 10-yard, 2.67 20-yard, 33-inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.49 short shuttle, 6.93 3-cone, and 22 bench press reps. two-time first-team Division II All-American. His 126 catches and 12.6 catches-per-game average each rank #2 all-time on the NCAA Division II single-season receiving list. his 15 TD catches ties the NCAA Division II single-season record for tight ends (This was in 10 games). his 285 career catches are the fifth-highest total for any NCAA Division II receiver in history, and he leaves West Liberty as the school’s career leader in catches, receiving yards (3,228) and receiving touchdowns (34)

      "DE #10 Keith Darbut (6041, 229 benched 26 reps, ran a 4.38 40-yard dash, 1.42 10-yard, 38-inch vertical, 10'6 broad jump, 4.45 short shuttle, and 7.28 3-cone. Because of that we have done some digging on him and below is what we found out. Darbut is from Miami, Florida and was relatively quiet his first three years because of no coaching consistency. He's had three defensive line coaches and two defensive coordinators in his career.He was a first-team All-OAC selection and named defensive lineman of the year in the OAC in 2010. His 43 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks, 11 quarterback hurries, two fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, and 40-yard touchdown reception show he makes plays in plenty of different ways."

      "Beiler, the ODAC offensive player of the year and a Division III All-American in 2010, was among the six players to work out for scouts from five NFL teams Wednesday at James Madison ...
      The Browns, Ravens, Raiders, Buccaneers and Falcons had scouts on hand Wednesday ... "It's judgment day," said Beiler, who led the country in all-purpose yards per game as a senior.
      "I've been working hard. The last three months I've been putting all my time and energy into this day right here," he said. "Just to get my name out there more, create a little buzz."
      Beiler succeeded in creating a buzz, at least inside the weight room at the Plecker Athletic Performance Center, with a 40.5-inch vertical jump, the best of the day.
      Beiler also did 15 reps on the 225-pound bench press, and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.39 seconds"


      He put up better numbers (production and I think also pro day) than Cecil Shorts.
      Last edited by batsandgats; 03-21-2011, 11:01 PM.

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      • Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
        Did Ballard look as fast as he timed in Iowa games?? That's crazy speed BTW for someone over 280#.
        Oh Ballard can run for sure. He can really move and has great feet. He just isn't all that great at the point of attack.

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        • Originally posted by TACKLE View Post
          Oh Ballard can run for sure. He can really move and has great feet. He just isn't all that great at the point of attack.


          Get someone to coach him up and let him loose. He was moved around a lot along the line at Iowa. Get him a set position and his numbers will jump. His strongest asset isnt his speed but his feet. He is very very fast for his size but his best attribute is that he is very nimble.

          When I get back ill throw some pics up of the Iowa proday.

          SI pro daytracker is saying both Clayborn and Ballard probably solidifed 1st round picks today. Both supposedly looked phenomenal.

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          • Originally posted by herkyhawkeye View Post
            His strongest asset isnt his speed but his feet.
            The Jets are all over that.

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            • Iowa SR. LB Jeff Tarpinian ran a 4.48 at 6'3 240.

              He's been injured his whole career, but when he did play this season he played very well.

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              • Originally posted by batsandgats View Post
                Ryan Travis, 6-2, 242-pounds Travis performed at Akron's Pro Day, where he ran a 4.65 and a 4.66 in the 40, 1.45 10-yard, 2.67 20-yard, 33-inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.49 short shuttle, 6.93 3-cone, and 22 bench press reps. two-time first-team Division II All-American. His 126 catches and 12.6 catches-per-game average each rank #2 all-time on the NCAA Division II single-season receiving list. his 15 TD catches ties the NCAA Division II single-season record for tight ends (This was in 10 games). his 285 career catches are the fifth-highest total for any NCAA Division II receiver in history, and he leaves West Liberty as the school’s career leader in catches, receiving yards (3,228) and receiving touchdowns (34)
                The guy breaks a lot of tackles. You can see the acceleration, too. I'm a bit intrigued.



                Skip the first 1:15 and mute it.

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                • http://www.hawkeyesports.com/view.gal?id=90191

                  A lot of great pics in that gallery. Clayborn can really get up.

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                  • UGA Pro Day:

                    Justin Houston ran between a 4.64 - 4.7
                    AJ Green did not run but performed well in drills
                    Kris Durham was timed in the 4.4s and had a solid workout

                    Source: Steve Wyche NFL Pro Day Blog

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                    • Kris Durham had a monster pro day ran in the 4.4 and checked in at 6'5 212. This might be enough to get him drafted in the late rounds now. His vertical was 35.5 and borad 10.1

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                      • When is Notre Dame's Pro Day so I can know how well Darrin Walls does?

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                        • Durham might have solidified himself as a 4th-5th rounder with that workout/explosiveness and speed at 6'5 210lbs

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                          • What did Nate Irving run?

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                            • Originally posted by georgiafan View Post
                              Kris Durham had a monster pro day ran in the 4.4 and checked in at 6'5 212. This might be enough to get him drafted in the late rounds now. His vertical was 35.5 and borad 10.1
                              well you could tell he had the speed from his highlights, he would have a man beat down the field, only to have to slow down/stop in order to catch it or adjust to a poor pass, there are two catches in the video where hes hit in stride, one against Miss St at 1:40 and the other against GTech where he takes it to the house at 3:43. Even when hes well covered like at 2:33 with 3 guys, hes just so big with long arms and leaping ability that hes open anyway and finds a way to catch it if you throw it to him.






                              Seems like a Sean Payton type player. He likes to get taller receivers, most who have been late round picks like Colston (6'4) and Adrian Arrington (6'3), Meachem was pretty tall (6'2) and sub 4.5, but was a 1st rounder. Hes brought in a lot of udfa's that were tall as well. Durham would be a nice addition since they spread the ball around quite a bit, I think he would thrive in that offense. The only 6'0 and under wide receivers he really has is Devery Henderson and Lance Moore, both guys that were with the Saints before he arrived. Jimmy Graham was used like a receiver last year at 6'6 260, didn't do much blocking, but didnt have to.
                              Last edited by batsandgats; 03-22-2011, 07:36 PM.

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                              • Kris Durham can be the big WR that Ben has always wanted.

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