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Old 04-05-2012, 07:53 PM    (permalink
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Definitely think you are trying to hard to be a bit different, which is not a good thing when it comes to the NFL Draft. I commend the work and no disrespect, but please don't become a secondary scout lol.
I know I have a few guys (Cam Johnson and Casey Hayward most notably) who I have rated far more highly than others but you can look back to stuff early on in the year, I have held those two players in high regard all year...otherwise I don't really see where I am that different because it's what I truly think about these prospects
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I know I have a few guys (Cam Johnson and Casey Hayward most notably) who I have rated far more highly than others but you can look back to stuff early on in the year, I have held those two players in high regard all year...otherwise I don't really see where I am that different because it's what I truly think about these prospects
I will say, secondary is definitely the hardest position to scout. It's so difficult because there are so many factors. Pass rush in front of them, WR's they are covering, tendencies of the offense, how good is the QB.. etc.

I feel like safety is near impossible. Unless it's an Eric Berry type it's a crap shoot. I feel there are so many of these 2nd-3rd round prospects who at worst she turn into decent starters and it turns out that they can't play at all. It's really weird. CB isn't as hard but it can be tricky too.
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Love that you have Zach Brown ranked 7th among outside linebackers. I still don't understand how people can consider him a top 25 selection.
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I will say, secondary is definitely the hardest position to scout. It's so difficult because there are so many factors. Pass rush in front of them, WR's they are covering, tendencies of the offense, how good is the QB.. etc.

I feel like safety is near impossible. Unless it's an Eric Berry type it's a crap shoot. I feel there are so many of these 2nd-3rd round prospects who at worst she turn into decent starters and it turns out that they can't play at all. It's really weird. CB isn't as hard but it can be tricky too.
Also, there is so little downfield tape. We usually can't see the DB until the ball is thrown... which shows basically nothing.
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Also, having Gilmore so low is interesting. Many draft analyst are really high on him, and some have even claimed him as being a top 10 pick.

But his footwork is absolutely atrocious.
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Ignoring the fact that you have Cam Johnson rated way higher than he should be, he should be categorized as an OLB. He is getting looks from 3-4 teams such as the Steelers and Ravens. He stood up a lot in Virginia's hybrid defense quite a bit during his college career.

PS- love Floyd > Blackmon btw
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Prince, in January you had Dwight Jones as your number two WR ahead of Floyd. Other big swings were Jonathan Martin (from three to seven at OT), Devon Still (two to seven), Zach Brown (two to seven), Kendricks (fifth to third) and Leonard Johnson (from four out of the top fifteen.) Brown and Jones were your #12/13 prospects and dropped way down. What caused you to lower them so much?
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Prince, in January you had Dwight Jones as your number two WR ahead of Floyd. Other big swings were Jonathan Martin (from three to seven at OT), Devon Still (two to seven), Zach Brown (two to seven), Kendricks (fifth to third) and Leonard Johnson (from four out of the top fifteen.) Brown and Jones were your #12/13 prospects and dropped way down. What caused you to lower them so much?
Jones' off-season being riddled with immaturity sent his stock way down...with Martin I went back and watched more of him and then combined with his workouts he showed that he's a finese player with nothing special in terms of athletic ability...I'd have to check but I doubt I've ever had Still as the #2 DT bc I have never been overly high on him...Brown dropped becuase of my infusion of 3-4 OLB being placed in my rankings and him sliding below more physical players at the position...Kendricks has impressed me as much as any player this off-season and then go back to watch some of his games and they back everything up (validates the Pac 12 DPOY)...Leonard Johnson measured in smaller than what I thought he would and then displayed below average athleticism for the position, had me thinking that his performance against Justin Blackmon was more of a good/lucky night than him being a shutdown caliber player...all-in-all I have had far more time to look at and breakdown plenty of these players and that has caused some of the significant changes in my rankings
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