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Next Up - Pro Days....

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by SanDiegoRon, Mar 4, 2008.

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    Next on the sched is the last measure of paralysis by analysis... the school Pro Days...

    hey Thumper - our boys day is March 10...

    http://www.gbnreport.com/prodayschedule.html

    everyone please post the Pro Day results in this thread, it'll make good fill in for the combine info...
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    Looks like USC is 2nd april..we could have a look at Sam Baker
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    iirc, AJ didn't go to any of these, but our scouts did...
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    AJ doesn't go to the scouting combines, the players call him in advance and tell him what they're going to do and what the results are
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    Clady Continues to Push Long for Top OT
    03/03/2008 9:20 PM
    By Rob Rang
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    NFLDraftScout.com

    Less than a week after an estimated 40 scouts attended the University of Miami's Pro Day, more than 50 attended Boise State's workout. My, how things have changed.

    The scouts flocked to Boise to have an opportunity to view junior offensive tackle Ryan Clady. While Clady may lack the name recognition of other elite talents in this draft, some scouts consider him to be a better long-term left tackle prospect for than Michigan's Jake Long.

    Clady measured in at a shade more than 6-feet-6 and 309 pounds. His arms were measured at 36 3/4 inches, tying him with late-round prospect Franklin Dunbar from Middle Tennessee State as the offensive lineman with the longest arms in this year's draft class.

    Clady was timed between 5.15 and 5.23 seconds in the 40-yard dash, according to scouts in attendance. He also posted a 31-inch vertical jump and a 9-foot broad jump. Clady's lateral agility and strong hands were obvious during drills.

    The Carolina Panthers, owners of the 13th overall pick, met with Clady on Sunday night. He has a private meeting scheduled with the Chicago Bears, who have the 14th pick, next week. The Kansas City Chiefs (fifth), Baltimore Ravens (eighth) and Cincinnati Bengals (ninth) are also thought to have shown extra interest.

    Clady elected not to participate in the bench press after posting 24 repetitions at 225 pounds at the Combine. While completing the bench press drill in Indianapolis, Clady strained his pectoral muscle, forcing the rest of the workout to be postponed until Monday. The day before sustaining the injury, he had informed media at the Combine that he planned to do the full workout.

    Boise State's other likely draft choice -- cornerback Orlando Scandrick -- elected not to run Monday after posting a 4.33 at the Combine, good for second among all cornerbacks. He did perform in defensive back drills, showing a smooth backpedal, easy flip and turn and good agility in and out of his breaks.

    *** that's a boatload of personnel guys looking for a tackle...
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    does anyone have the secret handshake...

    http://auburn.rivals.com/

    Eleven former Auburn players were back on the Plains Monday morning for AU's Pro Day. The talented group included several who are projected as NFL Draft selections including DE Quentin Groves, DT Pat Sims and CB Pat Lee. Check inside for a full update on Pro Day
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    Fight On, Sam, Keith, JDB, Terrell, And The Rest of The Trojans...
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    well, Chippie - ya found a good one there... it may be a trend as the bolts have met with a 5'9 175 CB numerous times lately... :lol:

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