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My All-Senior Bowl (practice) team

Posted on: January 27, 2011 4:12 pm
 
Today and tomorrow's practices at the Senior Bowl are essentially walk-throughs, making Monday-Wednesday's practices far and away the most important ones for evaluating prospects.

Prospects at every position stood out. Fellow Senior Analyst Chad Reuter and I put together an expanded Risers-Fallers article soon to be released on NFLDraftScout.com based on these practices. In the mean time, here is my All-Practice team.

QB: Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
RB: Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State
FB: Owen Marecic, Stanford
WR: Vincent Brown, San Diego State
WR: Jeremy Kerley, TCU
TE: Luke Stocker, Tennessee
OT: Nate Solder, Colorado
OG: Danny Watkins, Baylor
C: Kris O'Dowd, USC
OG: John Moffitt, Wisconsin
OT: Anthony Castonzo, Boston College

DE: Cameron Jordan, California
DT: Phil Taylor, Baylor
DT: Ian Williams, Notre Dame
DE: Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue
OLB: Von Miller, Texas A&M
ILB: Casey Matthews, Oregon
OLB: Lawrence Wilson, Connecticut
CB: Johnny Patrick, Louisville
CB: Shareece Wright, USC
S: Da'Norris Searcy, North Carolina
S: Ahmad Black, Florida


Comments

Since: Sep 4, 2007
Posted on: January 29, 2011 12:51 pm
 

My All-Senior Bowl (practice) team

Rob,

I was totally unimpressed with O'Dowd, he reminded me of Justin Hartwig, needed a backup alarm. John Moffit has played OC, how about a revamp list making Moffit the Center, and giving another lineman the OG spot?  I missed Gabe Carimi playing guard, NFL network coverrage is wearing thin on me, too much Stacey Dales, and not enough live action for my taste.

To me the most amazing story is Jason Watkins, only 4 years of football. Then John D'Allesandros moves him to OG and he shines, pretty special kid no doubt.  The thing is that sure he will be 27 in September, but if you sign him, you get him in the prime of his football life, ages 27-30, assuming he gets a standard second round contract.  Also, he has a lot less miles on him, that may off-set the age concern.

nybites


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