A few guys that have supposedly impressed:
Taylor Embree, WR, UCLA - Embree may have been the most impressive receiver of the day for both teams. At 6'3, 207 he has NFL size but his draft prospects will likely depend on the speed he shows in the 40 yard dash. But regardless, he showed some impressive route-running ability and was able to sit on dig routes really well to create space. He also looked very fluid catching the ball, making it look effortless at times.
Lavasier Tuinei, WR, Oregon - Tuinei looked like the best receiver on the American Team for the majority of the day and showed strong athleticism. At 6'5, 216 pounds he certainly has the size of an NFL receiver, but he also showed some quickness in and out of his cuts and did a great job attacking the ball with his hands instead of his body.
Richard Crawford, CB, Southern Methodist - Crawford was very impressive staying hip-to-hip with receivers and showed great ball skills and athleticism in 7-on-7 drills, intercepting one pass and breaking up another. At 5'11, 192 he showed the physicality necessary to deal with the large receivers playing.
Jared Green, WR, Southern - Son of former Redskins CB Darrell Green and Virginia transfer, Green showed a lot of explosion, athleticism and very clean hands. At 6'2, 185 he has a thin frame, but will likely run a very fast 40 time at his Pro Day.
Last edited by DiG : 01-18-2012 at 09:39 AM.