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I figured I'd start a thread where we can post combine news & results. I believe the TE's and O-Linemen are scheduled to weigh in and be measured today.


I was logging the combine invitee's into my spreadsheet and noticed a few Whites who were excluded. Overall, there didn't appear to be any gross injustices given the prospects current ranking in the eyes of the major scouting services & draft guru's. If the consensus is that a guy is undeserving of an invitation, then how can you fault the combine? I think the scouts and gurus are the ones to which the blame should be pinned.


Anyways, on to the snubs....


RB Danny Woodhead


FB Mike Cox


FB/TE Mike Peterson


WR Luke Swan


DT Derek Lokey


S Marcus Watts


There are a few more who perhaps could have gotten invites, but I think these guys all should have gotten them.
 
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<A name=451790></A>From KFFL.com





NFL | Carlson weighs in at NFL Scouting Combine
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 13:04:50 -0800


University of Notre Dame TE John Carlson weighed in at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21, at 6-foot-4 7/8 and 255 pounds.


<A name=451785></A>NFL | Tamme weighs in at NFL Scouting Combine
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 12:50:22 -0800


University of Kentucky TE Jacob Tamme weighed in at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21, at 6-foot-3 1/2 and 236 pounds. Tamme plans to put on five or six pounds and will participate in all the events at the combine. He trains at Athletes Performance in Pensacola, Fla., and will attend the school's Pro Day March 5. His trainer is Bill Johnson.


<A name=451783></A>NFL | Radovich weighs in at NFL Scouting Combine
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 12:30:39 -0800


University of Southern California OT Drew Radovich weighed in at 6-foot-4 1/2, 301 pounds at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21.


<A name=451771></A>NFL | Carmody says leg strength is fine
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:47:17 -0800


University of Louisville PK Art Carmody claimed to have kicked a 63-yarder in practice, when questioned about his leg strength at the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21.


<A name=451754></A>Panthers | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:20:42 -0800


The Carolina Panthers have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451753></A>Falcons | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:19:49 -0800


The Atlanta Falcons have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451752></A>Ravens | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:19:17 -0800


The Baltimore Ravens have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451751></A>Jets | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:18:35 -0800


The New York Jets have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451750></A>Seahawks | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:17:37 -0800


The Seattle Seahawks have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451749></A>Jaguars | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:16:47 -0800


The Jacksonville Jaguars have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451748></A>Giants | Team meets with Barnidge
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:15:51 -0800


The New York Giants have met with University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge.
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<A name=451746></A>NFL | Barnidge weighs in
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 11:05:36 -0800


During his press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21, University of Louisville TE Gary Barnidge said he measured 6-foot-5 and weighed in at 244 pounds. Barnidge said he plans to play at 248-252 pounds, and will participate in all the events at the combine. Barnidge stated that his agent is Cliff Brady and he will attend pro day March 24.
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<A name=451738></A>NFL | Wallace weighs in
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 10:48:57 -0800


During his press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21, Texas A&amp;M C Cody Wallace said he measured 6-foot-4 and weighed in at 296 pounds.
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<A name=451737></A>NFL | Carmody weighs in
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 10:38:53 -0800


During his press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday, Feb. 21, University of Louisville PK Art Carmody said he measured 5-foot-8 and weighed in at 177 pounds.


<A name=451719></A>Broncos | V. Johnson surrenders
Thu, 21 Feb 2008 09:32:27 -0800


The Associated Press reports former Denver Broncos WR Vance Johnson surrendered to Rifle police Thursday, Feb. 21, after failing to appear at a court hearing in a bad-check case. Johnson was accused of writing two bad checks in 2001. He was scheduled to appear at a related hearing Feb. 8, but a warrant for his arrest was issued when he did not show. Johnson played for the Broncos in the 1980s and 90s. (Okay that one wasn't combine related, but I figured it was kind of entertaining...)


<A name=451696></A>Saints | Team meets with Morgan Tuesday
Wed, 20 Feb 2008 20:25:30 -0800


Jimmy Smith, of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, reports the New Orleans Saints met with free agent LB Dan Morgan (Panthers) Tuesday, Feb. 19.


<A name=451695></A>(Could the Saints be looking to add another White LB?)
 

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Seems like Jake Long is getting some buzz, check this out

NFLDC's Scott Wright said:
There have been rumors swirling for quite a while now that Long is going to work out a lot better than people think and if that winds up being the case those who've been questioning his ability to play left tackle in the NFL might have to reevaluate their opinions.

Scott Wright's ranking said:
Might not be able to play left tackle at the next level.

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DeSean Jackson showed up today 3 inches shorter then expected (5'9") and under 170 lbs. Clearly this should drop him out of the first few rounds of the draft...
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But I'm sure some team will fall in love with his "room-brightening smile" or some such attribute and draft him in round 1.
 
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<A name=451993></A>NFL | Blythe weighs in at NFL Scouting Combine
Fri, 22 Feb 2008 13:46:53 -0800


Iowa State WR Todd Blythe weighed in at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine Friday, Feb. 22, at 6-foot-5 and 214 pounds. Blythe said he ran a 4.46 40-yard dash a week ago and has been training at the Parisi Speed School in New Jersey. Blythe's agent is Alan Herman.


(If Blythe runs a 4.45ish 40, I don't see how they can not move him way up the boards. He was a top 50 pick going into the '07 season and suffered from a bad case of catchingballsfromablackquarterbackitis, and like so many other Whites he mysteriously fell to his current position which is borderline draftable. This could be a great vehicle for exposing the Caste system, maybe even more so then Jordy Nelson.)
 

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<A name=451993></A>NFL | Blythe weighs in at NFL Scouting Combine
Fri, 22 Feb 2008 13:46:53 -0800


Iowa State WR Todd Blythe weighed in at the 2008 NFL Scouting Combine Friday, Feb. 22, at 6-foot-5 and 214 pounds. Blythe said he ran a 4.46 40-yard dash a week ago and has been training at the Parisi Speed School in New Jersey. Blythe's agent is Alan Herman.


(If Blythe runs a 4.45ish 40, I don't see how they can not move him way up the boards. He was a top 50 pick going into the '07 season and suffered from a bad case of catchingballsfromablackquarterbackitis, and like so many other Whites he mysteriously fell to his current position which is borderline draftable. This could be a great vehicle for exposing the Caste system, maybe even more so then Jordy Nelson.)


Actually he suffered from ourteamdoesnothaveanoffensiveline. Meyer was throwing balls to Blythe in 04 and 05 when Blythe was at his best. Sometimes it's not always the black quarterback's fault.
 
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Iowa State Offensive Line Key Stats


2007 - 17 sacks allowed, 3.1 yards per carry


2006 - 38 sacks allowed, 3.0 yards per carry


2005 - 39 sacks allowed, 2.7 yards per carry


2004 - 34 sacks allowed, 3.2 yards per carry


I beg to differ with you, but it looks like the Offensive Line was superior in their Pass Protection and about the same in its run blocking as it has been throughout Blythe's career. Brett Meyer has never put up more then marginal numbers throughout his career, with 2007 CLEARLY being the worst of his tenure.



<TABLE =table cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3>
<T>
<TR =col align=right ?>
<TD align=left>YEAR</TD>
<TD>CMP</TD>
<TD>ATT</TD>
<TD>YDS</TD>
<TD>CMP%</TD>
<TD>YPA</TD>
<TD>LNG</TD>
<TD>TD</TD>
<TD>INT</TD>
<TD>SACK</TD>
<TD>RAT</TD></TR>
<TR =oddrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2004</TD>
<TD>149</TD>
<TD>290</TD>
<TD>1926</TD>
<TD>51.4</TD>
<TD>6.64</TD>
<TD>77</TD>
<TD>10</TD>
<TD>6</TD>
<TD>28</TD>
<TD>114.40</TD></TR>
<TR =evenrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2005</TD>
<TD>227</TD>
<TD>368</TD>
<TD>2876</TD>
<TD>61.7</TD>
<TD>7.82</TD>
<TD>63</TD>
<TD>19</TD>
<TD>10</TD>
<TD>39</TD>
<TD>138.94</TD></TR>
<TR =oddrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2006</TD>
<TD>211</TD>
<TD>374</TD>
<TD>2546</TD>
<TD>56.4</TD>
<TD>6.81</TD>
<TD>44</TD>
<TD>12</TD>
<TD>12</TD>
<TD>37</TD>
<TD>117.77</TD></TR>
<TR =evenrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2007</TD>
<TD>233</TD>
<TD>382</TD>
<TD>2151</TD>
<TD>61.0</TD>
<TD>5.63</TD>
<TD>55</TD>
<TD>9</TD>
<TD>13</TD>
<TD>15</TD>
<TD>109.26</TD></TR></T></TABLE>


When you throw in his crappy rushing statistics, and consider that more then a marginal number of those are lost opportunities for his receivers, including Blythe, it only strengthens my point that he has hurt Blythe tremendously.



<TABLE =table cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3>
<T>
<TR =col align=right>
<TD align=left width="8%">YEAR</TD>
<TD align=left width="8%">TEAM</TD>
<TD>ATT</TD>
<TD>YDS</TD>
<TD>AVG</TD>
<TD>LNG</TD>
<TD>TD</TD>
<TD>FD</TD>
<TD>FUM</TD>
<TD>LOST</TD></TR>
<TR =oddrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2004</TD>
<TD align=left>ISU</TD>
<TD>144</TD>
<TD>331</TD>
<TD>2.3</TD>
<TD>23</TD>
<TD>2</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD></TR>
<TR =evenrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2005</TD>
<TD align=left>ISU</TD>
<TD>133</TD>
<TD>123</TD>
<TD>0.9</TD>
<TD>39</TD>
<TD>1</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD></TR>
<TR =oddrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2006</TD>
<TD align=left>ISU</TD>
<TD>137</TD>
<TD>177</TD>
<TD>1.3</TD>
<TD>18</TD>
<TD>6</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD></TR>
<TR =evenrow align=right>
<TD align=left>2007</TD>
<TD align=left>ISU</TD>
<TD>95</TD>
<TD>292</TD>
<TD>3.1</TD>
<TD>19</TD>
<TD>3</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>0</TD>
<TD>


0</TD></TR></T></TABLE>


I therefore stand by my claim that it was a case of catchingballsfromablackquarterbackitis and had very little to do with Offensive Line play that has caused Blythe to experience an almost unprecidented tumble down the draft boards in the course of the past year.
 
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Any rumors on what team might be interest in Tommy Z from Notre Dame? He's currently projected a third or fourth round pick, but ranked as the #3 strong safety by most sources I've seen.
 

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I don't think Carlson's time will hurt him that much. People were not expecting him to put on a Greg Olsen type performance anyways. I like Carlson alot, he put up good numbers in a more pro style offense than alot of the other TE'S so that should help him.

Tamme, Cottam, Barnridge, Stevens have all really helped themselves. Stevens seems to be the most complete TE in the draft. He has alot of all around ability and is the best blocker. Tamme is probably my favorite TE prospect as he has amazing hands, catches everything and has now shown his great speed for the position. Cottam is just an abosolute freak of nature and he might have a shot at being one of the top TE's taken.
 

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Stevens will be a steal, i agree. Tamme just run 4.57 on a last 40 of the day
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Hopefully Carlson will run better at his pro day. I think TE's in the low 4.8's is alright, he probably needs to drop .5 or .6 to get to the point where his time isn't an issue.
 

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Mike Mayock's "positives and negatives" for players that are listed at times at the bottom of the screen are very predictable. My favorite is Spencer Larsen, who is Mayock's number four ILB but is described as "positive: overachiever, negative: lacks athleticism."


I wonder if Mayock has ever seen a white player at the Combine who doesn't have the mystical "tight hips." I know he defended Brian Leonard as a TB last year, but overall this guyhas always beena reliable Caste hound.
 

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reclaimsocal said:
Iowa State Offensive Line Key Stats


2007 - 17 sacks allowed, 3.1 yards per carry


2006 - 38 sacks allowed, 3.0 yards per carry


2005 - 39 sacks allowed, 2.7 yards per carry


2004 - 34 sacks allowed, 3.2 yards per carry


I beg to differ with you, but it looks like the Offensive Line was superior in their Pass Protection and about the same in its run blocking as it has been throughout Blythe's career.  Brett Meyer has never put up more then marginal numbers throughout his career, with 2007 CLEARLY being the worst of his tenure.



&lt;TABLE =table cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3&gt;
&lt;T&gt;
&lt;TR =col align=right ?&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;YEAR</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;CMP</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;ATT</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;YDS</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;CMP%</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;YPA</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;LNG</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;TD</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;INT</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;SACK</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;RAT</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =oddrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2004</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;149</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;290</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;1926</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;51.4</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;6.64</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;77</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;10</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;6</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;28</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;114.40</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =evenrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2005</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;227</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;368</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;2876</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;61.7</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;7.82</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;63</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;19</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;10</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;39</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;138.94</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =oddrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2006</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;211</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;374</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;2546</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;56.4</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;6.81</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;44</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;12</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;12</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;37</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;117.77</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =evenrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2007</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;233</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;382</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;2151</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;61.0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;5.63</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;55</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;9</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;13</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;15</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;109.26</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;&lt;/T&gt;&lt;/TABLE&gt;


When you throw in his crappy rushing statistics, and consider that more then a marginal number of those are lost opportunities for his receivers, including Blythe, it only strengthens my point that he has hurt Blythe tremendously.



&lt;TABLE =table cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3&gt;
&lt;T&gt;
&lt;TR =col align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left width="8%"&gt;YEAR</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD align=left width="8%"&gt;TEAM</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;ATT</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;YDS</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;AVG</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;LNG</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;TD</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;FD</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;FUM</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;LOST</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =oddrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2004</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;ISU</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;144</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;331</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;2.3</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;23</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;2</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =evenrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2005</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;ISU</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;133</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;123</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0.9</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;39</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;1</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =oddrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2006</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;ISU</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;137</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;177</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;1.3</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;18</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;6</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;
&lt;TR =evenrow align=right&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;2007</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD align=left&gt;ISU</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;95</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;292</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;3.1</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;19</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;3</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;
&lt;TD&gt;


0</font>&lt;/TD&gt;&lt;/TR&gt;&lt;/T&gt;&lt;/TABLE&gt;


I therefore stand by my claim that it was a case of catchingballsfromablackquarterbackitis and had very little to do with Offensive Line play that has caused Blythe to experience an almost unprecidented tumble down the draft boards in the course of the past year.


 

Bret Meyer absolutely sucks. I am an ISU alum and watch them quite regularly., Terrible form. The ball floats on him because he drops his elbow.

I find it hilarious that McCarney lost his job backing this piece of crap. The guy that transferred from ISU after it looked like he was going to be a backup behind Meyer is on Kipers list of Junior QB's-Lorenzen from Connecticut.
 
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Don Wassall said:
Mike Mayock's "positives and negatives" for players that are listed at times at the bottom of the screen are very predictable. My favorite is Spencer Larsen, who is Mayock's number four ILB but is described as "positive: overachiever, negative: lacks athleticism."


I wonder if Mayock has ever seen a white player at the Combine who doesn't have the mystical "tight hips." I know he defended Brian Leonard as a TB last year, but overall this guy has always been a reliable Caste hound.

No kiddin'. You saw that he had Jacob Hester as one of the top three fullbacks too, right? The starting tailback for a major program that finished as national champs(IIRC, I don't follow college much)? And he's a fullback?
 

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lol , they are hyping up Marcus Smith because he's been a WR for just 2 year, and that because of that he has upside.

wtf? he was a RB before, not really the toughest transition, Jordy was a DB!
 

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Nelson had a good time his first attempt at the 40. I am hoping he gets a 4.49 just to shut people up. Blythe running a 4.61 was a pretty big deal to since he is a big guy. I like both of them alot obviously.
 
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