Got this from the Vikings board on Scout.com
Too clarify our tweet from earlier, offensive tackle Morgan Moses ran one forty in times which ranged from 4.99s-to-5.08s, tweaking his hamstring during the run. Moses was shut down for the day and did not participate in position drills. Moses has five private workouts for teams over the next ten days.
I'm told little-known offensive lineman Luke Bowanko (center/guard) was a popular player at Virginia pro-day today. I've received no official numbers on Bowanko, but was told he looked good in position drills. I was also informed he met with the Miami Dolphins last night and has an official visit set up with the Minnesota Vikings.
Finally defensive lineman Brent Urban did not participate in the workout and has been walking around with a boot on his foot. The word I'm hearing, which has not been confirmed, is Urban may have a stress fracture in his foot besides the ankle issue which bothered him all last season.
Moses is a pretty good athlete, especially for a player of his size. He has those long arms and moves his feet pretty well, smooth kick slide. I could see him as a RT and an emergency LT if Albert got hurt. He has some lean in the running game, but he's not terribly explosive from what I've seen. That being said, I'd rather have Zack Martin- powerful, athletic day 1 RT who could play either Guard or LT if Albert goes down. Said it before, Martin is a better athlete than I originally thought.
Last edited by jim1; 03-26-2014 at 07:03 AM.
That's a terrible draft for Miami. Drafting players way to high and leaving better players on the board at same spots.
They have Moses reach value at minus 20. That's says everything. He is good, and would go early in the 2nd round, but not at 19. I would still probably go Martin at 19' maybe Lewan, it's a coin flip between both, but Martin is a bigger need than Lewan.
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Draft tek is smoking more crack than dave chapels no way we take Moses over lesean and martin
You never know. Last year a lot of people said taking Justin Pugh 19th overall was crazy and it worked out pretty good for the Giants.