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DzakkH13
02-02-2009, 07:50 PM
Just an FYI:

www.profootballtalk.com/2009/02/02/nfl-scouting-combine-list-is-out/ (http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/02/02/nfl-scouting-combine-list-is-out/)

NFL combine attendie list is out. Thoughts?

QUARTERBACKS
Jason Boltus, Hartwick
Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State
Tom Brandstater, Fresno State
Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas
Hunter Cantwell, Louisville
Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State
Chase Daniel, Missouri
Nate Davis, Ball State
Josh Freeman, Kansas State
Cullen Harper, Clemson
Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
Chase Holbrook, New Mexico State
Brian Hoyer, Michigan State
Stephen McGee, Texas A&M
Curtis Painter, Purdue
Mike Reilly, Central Washington
Mark Sanchez, USC
Matthew Stafford, Georgia
Pat White, West Virginia
Drew Willy, Buffalo
John Parker Wilson, Alabama

HALFBACKS
Kahlil Bell, UCLA
Andre Brown, N.C. State
Donald Brown, Connecticut
Glen Coffee, Alabama
James Davis, Clemson
Arian Foster, Tennessee
Mike Goodson, Texas A&M
Shonn Greene, Iowa
P.J. Hill, Wisconsin
Rashad Jennings, Liberty
Gartrell Johnson, Colorado State
Ian Johnson, Boise State
Jeremiah Johnson, Oregon
Anthony Kimble, Stanford
Marlon Lucky, Nebraska
LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh
Knowshown Moreno, Georgia
Chris Ogbonnaya, Texas
Branden Ore, West Liberty State
Cedric Peerman, Virginia
Javon Ringer, Michigan State
Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian
Kory Sheets, Purdue
Tyrell Sutton, Northwestern
Javarris Williams, Tennessee State
Chris Wells, Ohio State

FULLBACKS
Jason Cook, Mississippi
Tony Fiammetta, Syracuse
Quinn Johnson, LSU
Eric Kettani, Navy
Marcus Mailei, Weber State
Brannan Southerland, Georgia

WIDE RECEIVERS
Ramses Barden, Cal Poly
Kenny Britt, Rutgers
Deon Butler, Penn State
Demetrius Byrd, LSU
Jeremy Childs, Boise State
Austin Collie, BYU
Quan Cosby, Texas
Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech
Jarrett Dillard, Rice
Dominique Edison, Stephen F. Austin
Brooks Foster, North Carolina
Brandon Gibson, Washington State
Brian Hartline, Ohio State
Percy Harvin, Florida
Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
Juaquin Iglesias, Oklahoma
Manuel Johnson, Oklahoma
Taurus Johnson, South Florida
Aaron Kelly, Clemson
Johnny Knox, Abilene Christian
Quinten Lawrence, McNeese State
Jeremy Maclin, Missouri
Brennan Marion, Tulsa
Mohamed Massaquoi, Georgia
Kenny McKinley, South Carolina
Andrew Means, Indiana
Marko Mitchell, Nevada
Louis Murphy, Florida
Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina
Jordan Norwood, Penn State
Kevin Ogletree, Virginia
Greg Orton, Purdue
Darius Passmore, Marshall
David Richmond, San Jose State
Brian Robiskie, Ohio State
Jordan Shipley, Texas
Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State
Nate Swift, Nebraska
Brandon Tate, North Carolina
Mike Thomas, Arizona
Patrick Turner, USC
Tiquan Underwood, Rutgers
Mike Wallace, Penn State
Derrick Williams, Penn State
Jaison Williams, Oregon

TIGHT ENDS
Travis Beckum, Wisconsin
Marquez Branson, Central Arkansas
Jared Bronson, Central Washington
James Casey, Rice
Chase Coffman, Missouri
Jared Cook, South Carolina
Davon Drew, East Carolina
Dan Gronkowski, Maryland
Anthony Hill, N.C. State
Cornelius Ingram, Florida
D.J. Johnson, Arkansas State
Brian Mandeville, Northeastern
Cameron Morrah, California
Rob Myers, Utah State
Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss
Richard Quinn, North Carolina
Bear Pascoe, Fresno State
Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State
John Phillips, Virginia
Kory Sperry, Colorado State
Eddie Williams, Idaho

OFFENSIVE TACKLES
Will Beatty, Connecticut
Joel Bell, Furman
Alex Boone, Ohio State
Robert Brewster, Ball State
Eben Britton, Arizona
Gerald Cadogan, Penn State
Ramon Foster, Tennessee
Xavier Fulton, Illinois
Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech (http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/02/02/nfl-scouting-combine-list-is-out/#)
Dan Gay, Baylor
Troy Kropog, Tulane
Andy Levitre, Oregon State
Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State
Kyle Link, McNeese State
Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma
Ryan McKee, Southern Miss
Maurice Miller, Mississippi
Eugene Monroe, Virginia
Lydon Murtha, Nebraska
Michael Oher, Mississippi
Gus Parrish, Kent State
Garrett Reynolds, North Carolina
Andre Smith, Alabama
Jason Smith, Baylor
Fenuki Tupou, Oregon
Jose Valdez, Arkansas
Jason Watkins, Florida

GUARDS
Roger Allen, Missouri Western
Travis Bright, BYU
Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati
C.J. Davis, Pittsburgh
Paul Fanaika, Arizona State
Ray Feinga, BYU
Tyronne Green, Auburn
Greg Isdaner, West Virginia
Herman Johnson, LSU
Andy Kemp, Wisconsin
Jamon Meredith, South Carolina
Seth Olsen, Iowa
Anthony Parker, Tennessee
Duke (http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/02/02/nfl-scouting-combine-list-is-out/#) Robinson, Oklahoma
Matt Slauson, Nebraska
Jaimie Thomas, Maryland
Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin
Louis Vasquez, Texas Tech
Brandon Walker, Oklahoma

CENTERS
Rob Bruggeman, Iowa
Antoine Caldwell, Alabama
Jon Cooper, Oklahoma
Robby Felix, UTEP
Alex Fletcher, Stanford
Juan Garcia, Washington
Brett Helms, LSU
Jon Luigs, Arkansas
Alex Mack, California
A.Q. Shipley, Penn State
Max Unger, Oregon
Edwin Williams, Maryland
Eric Wood, Louisville

DEFENSIVE TACKLES
Charles Alexander, LSU
Demonte Bolden, Tennessee
Ron Brace, Boston College (http://www.profootballtalk.com/2009/02/02/nfl-scouting-combine-list-is-out/#)
Marlon Favorite, LSU
Jarron Gilbert, San Jose State
Adrian Grady, Louisville
Sonny Harris, Oregon
Ziggy Hood, Missouri
Corey Irvin, Georgia
Ricky Jean-Francois, LSU
Peria Jerry, Mississippi
Mitch King, Iowa
Terrance Knighton, Temple
Sen’Derrick Marks, Auburn
Roy Miller, Texas
Khalif Mitchell, East Carolina
Fili Moala, USC
Myron Pryor, Kentucky
B.J. Raji, Boston College
Darryl Richard, Georgia Tech
Darell Scott, Clemson
Terrance Taylor, Michigan
Vance Walker, Georgia Tech

DEFENSIVE ENDS
Robert Ayers, Tennessee
Chris Baker, Hampton
Connor Barwin, Cincinnati
Michael Bennett, Texas A&M
Cody Brown, Connecticut
Everette Brown, Florida State
Victor Butler, Oregon State
Ian Campbell, Kansas State
Rulon Davis, California
Will Davis, Illinois
Pannel Egboh, Stanford
Larry English, Northern Illinois
Maurice Evans, Penn State
Sammie Hill, Stillman
Tyson Jackson, LSU
Tim Jamison, Michigan
Mike Johnson, Georgia Tech
Paul Kruger, Utah
Alex Magee, Purdue
Orion Martin, Virginia Tech
Aaron Maybin, Penn State
Kyle Moore, USC
Brian Orakpo, Texas
Zach Potter, Nebraska
Matt Shaughnessy, Wisconsin
Lawrence Sidbury, Richmond
Stryker Sulak, Missouri
David Veikune, Hawaii
Derek Walker, Illinois
Brandon Williams, Texas Tech
Jarius Wynn, Georgia

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
Jonathan Casillas, Wisconsin
Aaron Curry, Wake Forest
Brian Cushing, USC
Moses Fokou, Maryland
Zack Follett, California
Marcus Freeman, Ohio State
Cody Glenn, Nebraska
Mortty Ivy, West Virginia
DeAndre Levy, Wisconsin
Kaluka Maiava, USC
Clay Matthews, USC
Tyrone McKenzie, South Florida
Lee Robinson, Alcorn State
Clint Sintim, Virginia

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
Stanley Arnoux, Wake Forest
Dougie Beckwith, LSU
Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina
Dannell Ellerbe, Georgia
Anthony Felder, California
James Laurinaitis, Ohio State
Rey Maualuga, USC
Josh Mauga, Nevada
Scott McKillop, Pittsburgh
Gerald McGrath, Southern Miss
Jason Phillips, TCU
Worrell Williams, California
Morris Wooten, Arizona State

CORNERBACKS
Kevin Akins, Boston College
Asher Allen, Georgia
Kevin Barnes, Maryland
Joe Burnett, Central Florida
Darius Butler, Connecticut
Jarius Byrd, Oregon
Don Carey, Norfolk State
Vontae Davis, Illinois
Bradley Fletcher, Iowa
Coye Francies, San Jose State
Cary Harris, USC
Victor Harris, Virginia Tech
Brandon Hughes, Oregon State
Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
Bruce Johnson, Miami (Fla.)
Keenan Lewis, Oregon State
Mike Mickens, Cincinnati
D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt
Ryan Mouton, Hawaii
Captain Munnerlyn, South Carolina
Wopamo Osaisai, Stanford
Chris Owens, San Jose State
Ryan Palmer, Texas
Josh Pinkard, USC
Jerraud Powers, Auburn
Glover Quin, New Mexico
Lydell Sargeant, Penn State
Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest
DeAngelo Smith, Cincinnati
Sean Smith, Utah
Morgan Trent, Michigan
Donald Washington, Ohio State
Lardarius Webb, Nicholls State
Jahi Word-Daniels, Georgia Tech
DeAndre Wright, New Mexico

SAFETIES
David Burton, Notre Dame
Patrick Chung, Oregon
Chris Clemons, Clemson
Emanuel Cook, South Carolina
Louis Delmas, Western Michigan
Kevin Ellison, USC
Courtney Greene, Rutgers
Mike Hamlin, Clemson
Nic Harris, Oklahoma
Stephen Hodge, TCU
Lendy Holmes, Oklahoma
Rashad Johnson, Alabama
Sherrod Martin, Troy
Darcel McBath, Texas Tech
Marcus McClinton, Kentucky
William Moore, Missouri
Troy Nolan, Arizona State
Derek Pegues, Mississippi State
Jamarca Sanford, Mississippi
C.J. Spillman, Marshall
Curtis Taylor, LSU
Brandon Underwood, Cincinnati
Chip Vaughn, Wake Forest
Otis Wiley, Michigan State

PUNTERS/KICKERS
Justin Brantly, Texas A&M (P)
David Buehler, USC (K)
Britton Colquitt, Tennessee (P)
Matt Fodge, Oklahoma State (K)
Graham Gano, Florida State (P)
Kevin Huber, Cincinnati (P)
Jose Martinez, UTEP (K)
Tim Masthay, Kentucky (K)
Thomas Morstead, SMU (P)
Louie Sakoda, Utah (K)
Sam Swank, Wake Forest (K)
LONG-SNAPPERS
Sean Griffin, Michigan
Jacob Ingram, Hawaii

MiamiHitman13
02-02-2009, 08:02 PM
Here is what i will be looking for first when the info from the scouting combime is released to the public:

40 times for the following players:

Hakeem Nicks
Crabtree
Kenny Britt
Darius Heyward-Bey (he is expected to run the fastest 40 this year)
Shonn Greene (if this guy runs a good 40, his stock will skyrocket)
Louis Delmas

DzakkH13
02-02-2009, 08:07 PM
I would love if our team could have Crabtree, but he will be gone within the first five picks. I haven't really done my homework on any of these guys yet, but I will be paying close attention to LB and DB. They are both big needs for us. I will also keep an eye on the WR and hopefully this FO can find a sleeper that falls to day two.

skipp2myloo13
02-02-2009, 08:14 PM
the combine is great because it alows teams with good scouts to find the great football players who dont preform well and pick them late for big steals. the combine is a joke and just is away to athleats more money than actuall better football players come the draft

TedSlimmJr
02-02-2009, 08:14 PM
Here is what i will be looking for first when the info from the scouting combime is released to the public:

40 times for the following players:

Hakeem Nicks
Crabtree
Kenny Britt
Darius Heyward-Bey (he is expected to run the fastest 40 this year)
Shonn Greene (if this guy runs a good 40, his stock will skyrocket)
Louis Delmas


Crabtree won't run at the combine....

He'll run at his pro day....

MiamiHitman13
02-02-2009, 08:30 PM
Crabtree won't run at the combine....

He'll run at his pro day....


It drives me nuts when players do that. I always feel like they are trying to hide something. I like to see how these players run on the same surface on the same day. It makes it so much easier to compare them to each other.

It has been said that Crabtree has a slow 40 time for a top-tier WR. That's why I am curious to see what his time is.

JT-forpresident
02-03-2009, 01:11 AM
Here is what i will be looking for first when the info from the scouting combime is released to the public:

40 times for the following players:

Hakeem Nicks
Crabtree
Kenny Britt
Darius Heyward-Bey (he is expected to run the fastest 40 this year)
Shonn Greene (if this guy runs a good 40, his stock will skyrocket)
Louis Delmas

rashad johnson and chip vaughn will be interesting also... some might pitch in sean smith, who is big and is an interesting prospect with questionable speed

next-year
02-03-2009, 04:56 AM
40- times are something players tht lack in sufficent ball skill need to make up for in a flashy speed, sure being a great [player and runnning an outstanding forty helps your draft status but ruling out players that run 4.5's is a little ridiculous, ill take fitzgeralds 4.53 any day, better yet give me anquan boldens 4.71. it takes a lot more to be a great reciever than running a tenth of a second faster than someone else. i want the player that can translate their speed to the football feild without losing a step by not having cleats that might actually subtract weight from them and wearing a full set of pads and helmate on. we have our burner and personally i wan kenny Bitt

livin near rutgers universitymi got to see him play a lot and he was honestly double covered every game his junior and senior season but still found a way to eclipse the century mark, i think he is a fantastic athlete who poseses the skill set we need to fillo our big wr void. (also his counterpart tiaquan underwood might be someone to keep an eye on at the combine, also a fantasic underrated athlete, take a look at his game against buffalo(granted its buffalo) he put up around 250 recieving yards in one game)

X-Pacolypse
02-03-2009, 01:40 PM
I'm interested too see how LSU's Demetrius Byrd will perform.