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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mar 22 Feb 2011, 17:15

I lainbecher dentro:

Inside Linebackers
1. Martez Wilson, Illinois: He will draw plenty of interest due to his versatility. He starred at middle linebacker last year and also has two years of experience on the outside, where he honed his pass-rush skills. He has an old-school game. As a tall, rangy athlete (6-4, 240 pounds), he does a good job of using his hands to keep blockers off his body and works quickly to shed and separate. He attacks runners in the hole and is explosive upon contact. He specializes in creating disruption (11.5 tackles for loss, four sacks, three forced fumbles, four quarterback hurries, four pass break ups and one interception). With more teams using multiple personnel packages and exotic blitzes, Wilson is a potential jack-of-all-trades defender. He is only a strong workout away from cementing his status as the top inside linebacker in the draft.

Possible landing spots: Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Miami




2. Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina: A rough, rugged linebacker, he quickly processes information and is an aggressive, downhill player at the point of attack. While his intensity produces big hits in the hole, it also leads to some missed tackles and reckless moments in the open field. He has a good feel for sorting through routes in pass coverage and maintains vision on the quarterback to get a quick jump on throws. He can also stick with running backs and tight ends in space despite limited experience in this area. Sturdivant can emerge as a solid starter, but a nagging hamstring injury limited his effectiveness last season. He will need to prove that he has regained his form by performing well in drills at the combine.

Possible landing spots: Tampa Bay, Buffalo



3. Colin McCarthy, Miami: He has a great feel for the game and his production is based on an ability to quickly read and react. As a run defender, he is most effective patrolling the tackle-to-tackle box. McCarthy aggressively works downhill and is a physical presence in the hole. He takes on lead blockers with force, and does a good job of separating quickly in the hole. As a tackler, he shows pop on contact and routinely wraps up runners around the legs. He rarely misses tackles in tight quarters. McCarthy appears limited working in space. He also lacks the athleticism and movement skills to be effective in coverage. Even though his instincts routinely put him a position to make plays on the ball, he often arrives a step late when closing on a receiver. This fact prompted Miami to exclude him from their sub-packages. He will need to show better than anticipated athleticism in workouts to be viewed as a three-down player.

Possible landing spots: Cleveland, Tampa Bay



4. Greg Jones, Michigan State: Highly productive, but lacks ideal size (6-1, 240 pounds) and athleticism. He plays quick and efficient between the tackles due to his anticipation. He shows an outstanding nose for the ball, which allowed him to get in on a high number of tackles despite his lack of athleticism. Jones simply finds a way to get the job done. He shows adequate awareness in coverage, but rarely gets his hands on the ball. Jones is far more effective when incorporated into the pass rush and shows a knack for getting to the quarterback. His rush skills might lead to a shift to outside linebacker as a pro. Given that possibility, Jones' workouts will play a significant role in determining his value.

Possible landing spots: Denver, Tennessee



5. Casey Matthews, Oregon: The ultra-competitive linebacker produces in every facet of the game and is a disruptive force. He quickly diagnoses information after the snap and flows aggressively to the ball. He plays the game faster than his workouts would indicate because of his superior instincts. His real strength comes as a rusher, where Matthews perfectly times going up the middle and often runs freely to the quarterback on blitzes. In coverage, he plays with vision on the quarterback and anticipates throws in his area. He lacks the size (6-1, 232 pounds) to take on blockers squarely in the run game, but uses his agility and quickness to slip blocks in traffic. His hustle pursuing runners often results in tackles behind the line of scrimmage. If he puts together an impressive showing in Indianapolis, he could vault over the competition at the position.

Possible landing spots: Tennessee, Cleveland
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 23 Feb 2011, 09:04

I LBs dentro e i LBs dalla parte di fuori no però, Nazareno bastardo... :mapor:
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 23 Feb 2011, 18:17

I dietro l'angolo:

Cornerbacks
1. Patrick Peterson, LSU: A polished cover corner with outstanding physical tools, Peterson has a rare combination of size (6-foot-1, 211 pounds), speed and athleticism for a corner. He shows smooth and fluid movement skills, and is a natural press corner. He plays aggressive at the line of scrimmage, using his superior arm length and frame to knock receivers around early in routes. He anticipates routes well and shows outstanding ball skills. Peterson doesn't frequently play "off" coverage, but his natural ability should allow him to easily transition into a system that features zone concepts. He's also a dynamic kick returner and thus has the potential to make an impact in two phases as a rookie.

Potential landing spots: Denver, San Francisco, Dallas



2. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska: He makes smooth transitions in space thanks to his speed, quickness and athleticism. He is a rare corner capable of excelling in press or "off" coverage. In bump and run, he shadows receivers at the line of scrimmage and maintains proper leverage throughout the play. Although he looks speed-deficient at times, he uses angles to stay with swift receivers down the field. Amukamara illustrates sound footwork and fundamentals in zone coverage. He relies on patience in his backpedal and rarely appears out of position. His discipline and awareness stood out on tape, which should help make his transition to the pro game seamless. Even though some will point to his struggles against Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon as a potential red flag, his consistency over his career is a better testament to his talent and potential.

Possible landing spots: San Francisco, Dallas, Houston




3. Jimmy Smith, Colorado: An athletic press corner, he excels at jamming receivers at the line and shows athleticism shadowing their movements in routes. He challenges pass catchers at every turn and the persistence wears opponents down by game's end. In zone coverage, he displays adequate instincts and awareness, but is not as aggressive in coverage. The hesitancy allows a few unchallenged receptions in his area. His footwork and movement skills appear fluid, but he needs to remain disciplined and avoid the complacency that sets in when not challenged on a consistent basis. Even though Smith doesn't rate with Peterson and Amukamara, he's talented enough to become an elite cover corner.

Possible landing spots: Dallas, Detroit, Philadelphia



4. Aaron Williams, Texas: The long, rangy athlete possesses smooth movement skills. He glides in his pedal and shows explosive transition quickness. He breaks aggressively on underneath routes and established a strong nose for the ball. Although he only has four career interceptions, he has a knack for getting his hands on the ball and is effective in zone coverage. He anticipates throws and attacks potential pass catchers running through his zone. He still needs some refinement and polish, but Williams has the talent to succeed.

Possible landing spots: Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh



5. Brandon Harris, Miami: A savvy cover corner with the poise and polish of an NFL veteran. He reads routes well and understands how to use subtle tricks to maintain proper leverage on receivers down the field. Even though he primarily plays from a press alignment on the outside, he has the quickness needed to seamlessly transition between man or zone techniques. Harris also brings extensive experience playing in the slot, which makes him a potential fit as the nickel or dime corner in a team's sub-packages as a rookie. His measureable speed will ultimately determine his draft position.

Possible landing spots: Baltimore, Pittsburgh
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 23 Feb 2011, 18:19

Ed infine le sicurezze del draft:


Safeties
1. Rahim Moore, UCLA: Moore is a rangy, centerfielder-type safety. He shows great anticipation and awareness roaming the middle of the field and his ability to get over the top of deep throws limits explosive plays against the defense. He finished his three years at UCLA with 14 interceptions, which speaks to his ball skills. As a run defender, he is a solid wrap-up tackler with reliable instincts. He attacks runners in space and is capable of getting elusive playmakers to the ground. His lack of size (6-1, 196 pounds) will lead to some missed tackles against big running backs, but he is a dependable player with the toughness to excel as an extra defender in the box.

Possible landing spots: Jacksonville, New York Jets



2. DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson: McDaniel is big-time playmaker with the skills to make an impact against the run or pass. He played strong safety at Clemson, but his ability transcends that traditional role. He is a ball hawk and shows good route recognition. McDaniel used his vision and anticipation to produce 15 interceptions in college. However, he showed some tightness in his movements during the Senior Bowl, which makes scouts wonder if he can duplicate his productivity at the next level. He is an aggressive run defender with a big-hitter mentality in the hole and that physicality helps set the tone for the defense. There are better athletes, but McDaniel's skill set should translate well to the pro game.

Possible landing spots: Minnesota, Buffalo



3. Quinton Carter, Oklahoma: A tall (6-1, 200 pounds), rangy safety with good ball skills and awareness. He has enough speed to get over the top of deep throws and floats effortlessly from hash to sideline. He is at his best when playing in zone coverage, as he has problems shadowing tight ends and wide receivers in space. His coverage woes showed up at the Senior Bowl, so he must step up in individual drills to silence some of his detractors. Against the run, he attacks downhill, but struggles to make secure tackles in space. He fails to come to balance before contact and doesn't bring his arms to wrap up and finish the tackle. Carter's flaws will keep him from receiving high marks across the board, but he's a promising prospect with a lot to prove in Indy.

Possible landing spots: Washington, New Orleans




4. Ahmad Black, Florida: The slender safety (5-9, 190 pounds) has noticeable speed and athleticism. He is a natural ball hawk with great timing and anticipation in coverage. Black is dependable in man-on-man when isolated with tight ends and receivers in space. His speed, quickness and movement skills allow him to maintain hip pocket positioning down the field. His frame is an issue, though. It prevents him from winning jump balls against opposing pass catchers and also limits him against the run. He struggles getting away from blockers and that inability to separate prevents him from being a factor as an eighth defender in the box. When he gets a clean path at the runner, he is an aggressive tackler capable of packing a pop. Black will certainly be downgraded because of size concerns, but the film reveals a player capable of contributing at the next level.

Possible landing spots: Minnesota, Jacksonville, Denver



5. Deunta Williams, North Carolina: The deep middle player relies on solid instincts. He shows range in coverage and possesses the speed to get over the top of deep throws. He has a great feel for route recognition and quickly sorts through concepts. His knack for getting around the ball resulted in 12 career interceptions, including six in 2009. He did not add to that total last season as an NCAA suspension cost him four games. As a run defender, Williams is not aggressive filling the alley and fails to attack the line of scrimmage with force. His passive approach creates bubbles in the defense. He's an adequate tackler, but his finesse style will turn off some coaches and scouts. Throw in the fact that he is still recovering from
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Lun 28 Feb 2011, 15:43

Al primo giorno di combine finisce la Newton hype.... :sisisi:

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mar 01 Mar 2011, 16:50

Ayers di Ucla, che molti davano in orbita Giants, fa una super combine.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mar 01 Mar 2011, 19:41

che ha fatto cam?
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 00:03

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 08:30

Leggendo la cosa che lo penalizzerà a quanto pare nn è tanto la sessione di lanci quanto i test di "conoscenza del football" a cui sarebbe stato sottoposto da alcuni team.
E due indizi cominciano ad essere pesanti...

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 10:01

Peterson è una bestia.

A 22 anni, corre le 40 in 4.34 e fa 220 libre.
Per me, dà in culo a Bowers e Fairley, e meriterebbe la 1a assoluta.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 12:34

Bowers è in picchiata dopo le combine...

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 15:23

speriamo che i panthers passano peterson e noi non facciamo la cazzata di non prenderlo...
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Mer 02 Mar 2011, 18:00

intanto alla combine sembra che fra i Dt abbia più impressionato darreus che farley, in alcuni mock sarebbe addirittura la prima assoluta. Ma il vero vincitore della combine sembra essere il wr julius jones di alabama che ha scalato posizioni su posizioni in tutti i mock draft, cominciano a darlo al posto di green.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 08:56

NaotoDate ha scritto:
intanto alla combine sembra che fra i Dt abbia più impressionato darreus che farley, in alcuni mock sarebbe addirittura la prima assoluta. Ma il vero vincitore della combine sembra essere il wr julius jones di alabama che ha scalato posizioni su posizioni in tutti i mock draft, cominciano a darlo al posto di green.

Ma non si deve operare al piede? :ehh:
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 09:11

mancano le 'fini strette' naoto
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 10:02

Jones invece uscita la cosa del piede si deve prendere un bel paracadute....

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 10:12

Piergiu74 ha scritto:
Jones invece uscita la cosa del piede si deve prendere un bel paracadute....



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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 10:16

Ocho Cinco ha scritto:
Piergiu74 ha scritto:
Jones invece uscita la cosa del piede si deve prendere un bel paracadute....



:mapor:

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 14:24

Ocho Cinco ha scritto:
NaotoDate ha scritto:
intanto alla combine sembra che fra i Dt abbia più impressionato darreus che farley, in alcuni mock sarebbe addirittura la prima assoluta. Ma il vero vincitore della combine sembra essere il wr julius jones di alabama che ha scalato posizioni su posizioni in tutti i mock draft, cominciano a darlo al posto di green.

Ma non si deve operare al piede? :ehh:

già ma mi pare sia uscita dopo la sua prestazione alla combine. Certo ora che è venuta fuori sta cosa il giovinotto scenderà più in basso ma secondo me uscirà comunque al primo giro.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 14:24

brax62 ha scritto:
mancano le 'fini strette' naoto

Non l'ho capita :plaxico2:
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 14:57

NaotoDate ha scritto:
brax62 ha scritto:
mancano le 'fini strette' naoto

Non l'ho capita :plaxico2:

Tight End :sdsd:
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 15:28

AGS 2.0 ha scritto:
NaotoDate ha scritto:
brax62 ha scritto:
mancano le 'fini strette' naoto

Non l'ho capita :plaxico2:

Tight End :sdsd:

Cazzo le fini strette :doh:
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Gio 03 Mar 2011, 15:53

Virgil Green da Nevada in rampa di lancio...
Poi DJ Williams di Arkansas....il resto noia.

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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Ven 04 Mar 2011, 10:50

Grande impressione ha destato pure Von Miller...anche per lui quotazioni in ascesa.
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MessaggioTitolo: Re: Draft 2011, top prospects   Ven 04 Mar 2011, 12:22

Von Miller se non lo prende Buffalo, rischia poi di scivolare giù...i Broncos sono divisi tra Peterson e un uomo di linea..sulla prima scelta mistero totale, Dareus ha guadagnato punti su Fairley, ma tutto ciò alla fine potrebbe approfittarne Bowers, poi va a finire che scelgono un QB...comunque la sorpresa delle prime scelte potrebbe essere Quinn di North Carolina.
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