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YONOFU
03-06-2006, 12:51 AM
We should get Sinorice Moss he will be available at our pick and Miami produces really good pros. He is one of the fastest guys I have ever seen on the Football field.

Check this out... http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3627806168316235956&q=canes

motioncityhifi
03-06-2006, 12:54 AM
...............no thnx

Joey 22
03-06-2006, 12:56 AM
Nope...

xDOLPHINSx
03-06-2006, 12:57 AM
the video kinda reminded me of steve smith, but im thinkin prolly not, we have other issues.

AtticusFinz
03-06-2006, 01:05 AM
if we can get him in the 2nd round

YONOFU
03-06-2006, 01:06 AM
This guy will be a Superstar in the NFL. The Hurricanes produce the best NFL players. This guy is a freak. He recieved a A for his scouting report.

Sinorice Moss is the younger brother of former Miami standout and Jets first-round pick (2001) Santana Moss, who has since been traded to the Redskins. Sinorice Moss gradually saw his playing time increase during his four-year career at Miami. His senior season was easily his best for the Canes.

Moss lacks ideal size and may never be a full-time perimeter starter in the NFL. However, he is one of the fastest prospects in the 2006 draft class and shows a lot of upside as a No. 2 or No. 3 slot-type receiver. He can get vertical as a route runner and make plays after the catch. He also has great experience as a gunner on special teams and, despite little experience, shows upside as a punt returner.
If Moss can show the ability to separate against bigger, stronger cornerbacks at the Senior Bowl this week and also prove capable of at least competing for playing time as a return man, he could elevate his draft stock and become late first-round pick.






Sinorice Moss

22

Miami

83

WR


PLAYER

AGE

SCHOOL

NO.

POSITION





http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2006/03/seinorbowl_06_145-1.jpg

Height

5-7 7/8 -- Lacks ideal height for a high-round WR prospect.



Weight

183 -- Possesses marginal bulk for the position.



Speed

4.30 -- Is one of the fastest prospects in the draft class.




Intelligence

Picks things up quickly. Shows ability to learn NFL schemes.




Toughness

Very tough. Goes over the middle. Will take the big hit.




Strength/Flex

Lacks strength because of his marginal size. Is flexible athlete.




Durability

Minor concerns due to marginal size and 2004 hamstring injury.




Character

Great intangibles. Emerged as a leader at Miami. Plays hard.




Production

Led Miami with 37 catches in 2005. Averaged 16.6 yards per catch with six receiving touchdowns.






WR SPECIFICS

HandsAFrames the ball away from his body which makes him a bigger target than size would indicate.
Adjust To BallBVery fluid with exceptional change of direction and quickly adjusts to poorly thrown balls.
InstinctsBHas a solid feel for the passing game and plays the game fast.
PatternsBCould improve presentation but his outs are sharp and his deep routes are dangerous.
Receive LongAHas rare speed to run right past defensive backs even at the NFL level.
Receive ShortBMakes space for himself very well and gives his QB a big target for a small receiver.
Running AbilityAHe is a quick twitch athlete with fantastic speed and good vision after the catch.
Blocker CGives effort and is strong, but his pure size will always hold him back as a blocker.
React In CrowdCMoss will not be able to go up and outmuscle NFL defenders, but his effort is impressive.
ReleaseCShould struggle early when NFL corners get their hands on him at the line of scrimmage.





PRACTICE NOTES


Monday (1/23/06): Moss is even smaller than advertised. His lack of height is a major concern. Practice was light with very little contact, so Moss' weaknesses were not exposed today. His quickness, change-of-direction skills and speed really stand out in one-on-one and seven-on-seven drills. He shows very good concentration catching the ball. He plucks the ball quickly on the run. He is able to tuck it away and get upfield with great initial burst. He showed the ability to adjust to poorly thrown balls on a couple of occasions today.

Tuesday (1/24/06): Although this was not a physical practice, Moss shined on Tuesday. Clearly he is much smaller than what is ideal by NFL standards and he will be ranked very low on several team's boards that are trying to improve upon the size of their receivers, but Moss eats up a cornerback's cushion very rapidly, shows outstanding quickness and catches the ball consistently with his hands and away from his body. Moss stood out on Tuesday and made quite a few plays as a receiver and was also sure-handed as both a punt and kickoff returner.

Wednesday (1/25/06): Like yesterday's report, it must be prefaced that this was not a contact situation, but Moss has been very impressive during the Senior Bowl practices. Wednesday was no different as he caught everything in site and showed pluck hands with balls thrown away from him or over his head. For this reason along with his ability to get up in the air, Moss' catching radius is bigger than most players his size. There isn't a cornerback on the South roster that can cover Moss one-on-one in these drills and his routes are improving and his ability to push a cushion remains outstanding.






SUMMARY


Moss was simply one of the most impressive players during Senior Bowl practices on either team. He played the game at a different speed than everyone else on the field and stood out to everyone in attendance. The South did not have a corner that could keep up with Moss, as his speed, quickness and explosiveness were more than they could handle. As strong of a week as Moss had in Mobile, it must be stated that although he is well built and strong, he is extremely short and none of these drills were physical, which greatly played to his strengths. Moss may have been impressive enough to have his name called in round one and is sure to be a top-40 selection.







FINAL GRADE


A

phinsfan4life8
03-06-2006, 01:06 AM
I like Sinorice a lot but i dont think we NEED him but if hes there in the 2nd Im all for it. He really is very like his brother and Steve Smith

KevInMotion
03-06-2006, 01:08 AM
if we can get him in the 2nd round

how nice would that be???? even though it WONT happen.... but i dont see us gettin him at 16

Skeet84
03-06-2006, 01:09 AM
This Belongs in the Draft Forum.

Moss is really no where near Steve Smith and just becuase Miami has had good pro's before does not mean that this guy is going to be good. Moss is really fast however he is very small. He is not that strong at all and he will get pushed around v.s. bigger cb. He will not be a good run blocker either. If we are going to draft a WR at 16 ( WHich is not a good Idea ) It better be Chad Jackson who has the Size, Hands, and Speed ( Also faster than Moss ) to be a Great NFL WR.

AtticusFinz
03-06-2006, 01:11 AM
I like Sinorice a lot but i dont think we NEED him but if hes there in the 2nd Im all for it. He really is very like his brother and Steve Smith

ya the smaller quicker recievers are gonna make a comeback due in part of Smith,Ward,S.Moss,Holt..

DefensiveEnd#76
03-06-2006, 01:40 AM
I wouldn't want him if he pans out like all the other Hurricane players that the Dolphins have drafted over the years. Just about every former Hurricane we drafted has flopped with the Dolphins since the Dolphins entered the league in 1966.

duss12
03-06-2006, 03:08 AM
This guy will be a Superstar in the NFL. The Hurricanes produce the best NFL players. This guy is a freak. He recieved a A for his scouting report.

Sinorice Moss is the younger brother of former Miami standout and Jets first-round pick (2001) Santana Moss, who has since been traded to the Redskins. Sinorice Moss gradually saw his playing time increase during his four-year career at Miami. His senior season was easily his best for the Canes.

Moss lacks ideal size and may never be a full-time perimeter starter in the NFL. However, he is one of the fastest prospects in the 2006 draft class and shows a lot of upside as a No. 2 or No. 3 slot-type receiver. He can get vertical as a route runner and make plays after the catch. He also has great experience as a gunner on special teams and, despite little experience, shows upside as a punt returner.
If Moss can show the ability to separate against bigger, stronger cornerbacks at the Senior Bowl this week and also prove capable of at least competing for playing time as a return man, he could elevate his draft stock and become late first-round pick.






Sinorice Moss

22

Miami

83

WR


PLAYER

AGE

SCHOOL

NO.

POSITION





http://insider.espn.go.com/media/ncf/2006/0120/photo/seinorbowl_06_145.jpg

Height

5-7 7/8 -- Lacks ideal height for a high-round WR prospect.



Weight

183 -- Possesses marginal bulk for the position.



Speed

4.30 -- Is one of the fastest prospects in the draft class.




Intelligence

Picks things up quickly. Shows ability to learn NFL schemes.




Toughness

Very tough. Goes over the middle. Will take the big hit.




Strength/Flex

Lacks strength because of his marginal size. Is flexible athlete.




Durability

Minor concerns due to marginal size and 2004 hamstring injury.




Character

Great intangibles. Emerged as a leader at Miami. Plays hard.




Production

Led Miami with 37 catches in 2005. Averaged 16.6 yards per catch with six receiving touchdowns.






WR SPECIFICS

HandsAFrames the ball away from his body which makes him a bigger target than size would indicate.
Adjust To BallBVery fluid with exceptional change of direction and quickly adjusts to poorly thrown balls.
InstinctsBHas a solid feel for the passing game and plays the game fast.
PatternsBCould improve presentation but his outs are sharp and his deep routes are dangerous.
Receive LongAHas rare speed to run right past defensive backs even at the NFL level.
Receive ShortBMakes space for himself very well and gives his QB a big target for a small receiver.
Running AbilityAHe is a quick twitch athlete with fantastic speed and good vision after the catch.
Blocker CGives effort and is strong, but his pure size will always hold him back as a blocker.
React In CrowdCMoss will not be able to go up and outmuscle NFL defenders, but his effort is impressive.
ReleaseCShould struggle early when NFL corners get their hands on him at the line of scrimmage.





PRACTICE NOTES


Monday (1/23/06): Moss is even smaller than advertised. His lack of height is a major concern. Practice was light with very little contact, so Moss' weaknesses were not exposed today. His quickness, change-of-direction skills and speed really stand out in one-on-one and seven-on-seven drills. He shows very good concentration catching the ball. He plucks the ball quickly on the run. He is able to tuck it away and get upfield with great initial burst. He showed the ability to adjust to poorly thrown balls on a couple of occasions today.

Tuesday (1/24/06): Although this was not a physical practice, Moss shined on Tuesday. Clearly he is much smaller than what is ideal by NFL standards and he will be ranked very low on several team's boards that are trying to improve upon the size of their receivers, but Moss eats up a cornerback's cushion very rapidly, shows outstanding quickness and catches the ball consistently with his hands and away from his body. Moss stood out on Tuesday and made quite a few plays as a receiver and was also sure-handed as both a punt and kickoff returner.

Wednesday (1/25/06): Like yesterday's report, it must be prefaced that this was not a contact situation, but Moss has been very impressive during the Senior Bowl practices. Wednesday was no different as he caught everything in site and showed pluck hands with balls thrown away from him or over his head. For this reason along with his ability to get up in the air, Moss' catching radius is bigger than most players his size. There isn't a cornerback on the South roster that can cover Moss one-on-one in these drills and his routes are improving and his ability to push a cushion remains outstanding.






SUMMARY


Moss was simply one of the most impressive players during Senior Bowl practices on either team. He played the game at a different speed than everyone else on the field and stood out to everyone in attendance. The South did not have a corner that could keep up with Moss, as his speed, quickness and explosiveness were more than they could handle. As strong of a week as Moss had in Mobile, it must be stated that although he is well built and strong, he is extremely short and none of these drills were physical, which greatly played to his strengths. Moss may have been impressive enough to have his name called in round one and is sure to be a top-40 selection.







FINAL GRADE


A

Jacquez green anyone?

dolphin23
03-06-2006, 04:47 AM
I like Sinorice but I just dont think I would pick him in the first, now in the second maybe, pending what we do with our first we would still need to address either cb, qb, lb or ol with the second. So I would put him in the third which I know it would be next to impossible for him to be there in the third. So in short If I was a betting man I would say he will not be a dolphin this year. Peace!

Surferosa
03-06-2006, 05:09 AM
I think 16 is too high for him, but hed be a great option in round 2. If hes theres, Saban would have to think long and hard about taking him.

FinNasty
03-06-2006, 05:44 AM
ya the smaller quicker recievers are gonna make a comeback due in part of Smith,Ward,S.Moss,Holt..

Ward and Holt arnt exactly "small" receivers... they are both 6'0...

Geforce
03-06-2006, 09:09 AM
Jacquez green anyone?
Green was a Gator not a 'Cane. Besides, Green had great vertical speed and poor lateral speed. Ran poor routes, got intemidated easily and wasn't self-motivated. Moss is none of those things.

Geforce
03-06-2006, 09:18 AM
This Belongs in the Draft Forum.

Moss is really no where near Steve Smith and just becuase Miami has had good pro's before does not mean that this guy is going to be good. Moss is really fast however he is very small. He is not that strong at all and he will get pushed around v.s. bigger cb. He will not be a good run blocker either.
These are the same comments people said about Smith and Moss' brother when they came out of college and they became all pros WRs. The bigger CB may push him around...if they can get their hands on him. Run blocking is more attitude than size. There are big receivers in the NFL who are not very good run blockers.

UCFinFan9
03-06-2006, 12:33 PM
i know im being a homer here, but i wouldnt mind us to get him in the second. he would probally help us spread the field with his big play ability and also we could throw in a couple of plays for him like UM did. keep defenses guessing by throwing in a couple of wr screens here and there. the kid has the ability to break one if he gets hold of the ball ala FSUv.UM 2004. maybe he can also help out on special teams with kick return duties. i'm not saying that we have draft him cuz we have other issues to attend to this draft, but if it so happens that we do take him, i wouldnt be complaining

Motion
03-06-2006, 12:37 PM
No thanks, might consider him if he's around in the 2nd but NO WAY in the 1st.

jlfin
03-06-2006, 02:18 PM
We should get Sinorice Moss he will be available at our pick and Miami produces really good pros. He is one of the fastest guys I have ever seen on the Football field.

Check this out... http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3627806168316235956&q=canes

Yatil Green and Randall (thrill) Hill come to mind.
Moss doesn't have value at 16. Late 1st, early 2nd. He wasn't as productive as his speed would indicate.

Skeet84
03-06-2006, 02:21 PM
These are the same comments people said about Smith and Moss' brother when they came out of college and they became all pros WRs. The bigger CB may push him around...if they can get their hands on him. Run blocking is more attitude than size. There are big receivers in the NFL who are not very good run blockers.


Yeah but they are also very strong! Moss is really weak and he is not even the fastest WR in the Draft. I just think there are too many bads than goods with him

playmaker1
03-06-2006, 05:03 PM
not at 16, second round maybe, but we haveway bigger needs. Plus if we do draft a WR, I hope we can find a big tall guy who can go up high for the ball. We need a tall WR, Chambers is our "small" WR already. Moss is good, but Small, we need big like a Randy Moss type I think, ifany WR in the draft