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Elliott 1
03-11-2010, 08:22 PM
http://www.draftinsider.net/

I have never seen numbers like these from this type of player, except maybe Cameron Wake.

Where do you think a guy like this gets drafted and what do you think he could do for the Dolphins??

Elliott 1
03-11-2010, 08:29 PM
A couple other guys of interest who had great performances were Nate Triplett, LB,MN,
and especially Daniel Te'o Nesheim SOLB prospect from the pac-10.

Just keep scrolling down on the same page and their names are in bold lettering.

D-bolt
03-11-2010, 08:56 PM
http://www.draftinsider.net/

I have never seen numbers like these from this type of player, except maybe Cameron Wake.

Where do you think a guy like this gets drafted and what do you think he could do for the Dolphins??

F'it....if he has good hands I'd make him a TE all the way. A 4.38 with that vertical is impossible to defend....unless he has hands and concentration like Ginn. Nice Find!!!!!

WelcomeBack
03-11-2010, 09:17 PM
UniversalDraft mentioned him on their Twitter. Definitely some intriguing numbers.

DKphin
03-11-2010, 10:01 PM
This is from my sleeper thread:
34. HB/TE/WR James Konz 6'3"228lbs.
Not alot of info on this guy. Played 3yrs. as a LB. Had an ankle injury his Junior year that prompted a medical redshirt. When he came back was moved to HB/TE to create match up problems for defenses. He has that LB mentality so you know he is going to battle for the ball anytime he goes up for the catch. But the most interesting thing is the fact that he runs a 4.38/40. I think he would be a perfect fit for the unconventional offense we run. He would be a legitimate threat in passing situation out of the wildcat. This guy is worth a look in the later rds. or as an UDFA.
*maybe CK or someone who has access to film can chime on this player?
Quote:
Jameson Konz - Kent St. (HT: 6'3" | WT: 227)
Projection: 7th Round-UDFA
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Positives:
-Game-changing speed from the TE position, has been projected as high as a 4.40- 40
-Versatility, can line up at different positions on the offensive side of the ball
-Could contribute as a special teams player
-Major sleeper, has developed as a pro prospect
-Has the potential for good workout numbers, has good strength and an excellent vertical leap
Negatives:
-Inexperienced as a tight end
-Raw, huge project regardless of position
-Is more of a finesse player, has little blocking experience
-Pro position is a bit up in the air, had played DE, OLB, WR, TE and H-back in college
-Missed 11 games of the 2008 season with an ankle injury
http://www.sidelinescouting.net/rankings/te.shtml