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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 1:42 pm

Anthony Barr first "unofficial" forty: 4.66. 10 yd of N/A
Barr's first 10 yard split was not below 1.60, per chart shown on NFLN
Anthony Barr second "unofficial" forty: 4.63. 10 yd of 1.56
Khalil Mack first "unofficial" forty: 4.66. 10 yd of 1.56
Kyle Van Noy first "unofficial" forty: 4.66. 10 yd of 1.63
Chris Borland second "unofficial" forty: 4.78. 10 yd of 1.63
As good as Barr looks physically, I would want 2 know what happened vs Andrus Peat/Stanford. Same for Mack vs Baylor. Would want answers.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 2:42 pm

Khalil Mack - LB - Player

Buffalo OLB Khalil Mack clocked forty times of 4.66 and 4.62 at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Mack checked in at 6-foot-2 1/2 and 251 pounds earlier in Indy. NFL Network's Mike Mayock sees Mack as this year's No. 1 overall prospect, while Rotoworld's Josh Norris likes him as a top-three player. Mack is capable of harassing QBs both as a Von Miller-like "Sam" linebacker and 3-4 outside rush 'backer.

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Anthony Barr - LB - Player

UCLA OLB Anthony Barr clocked forty times of 4.66 and 4.63 at the NFL Scouting Combine.

They're very good forty times for a 6-foot-5, 255-pound edge presence. Barr also has plus arm length at 33 1/2 inches. Barr is not quite as flexible or NFL ready as Khalil Mack, but both players have a shot to be top-ten overall picks. Barr belongs in a 3-4, rushing the passer from a two-point stance.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by Mercy Percy » Mon Feb 24, 2014 2:49 pm

Ive been watching the combine today and I think Mosley has looked a lot more fluid thank Khalil Mack.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 2:54 pm

Official LB 40s:
Pierre-Louis 4.51
Telvin 4.52
Barrow 4.64
Mack 4.65
Powell 4.65
Barr 4.66
Lokombo 4.66
Williamson 4.66
Tripp 4.67
Hub 4.69
DL verticals:
Howard Jones 40.5"
Clowney 37.5"
Gayle 37"
C Smith 37"
Webster 36.5"
Hageman 35.5"
Martin 35.5:
M Smith 35"
Lawrence 34.5"
DL broad jump
Kareem Martin 10'9"
Clowney 10'4"
Howard Jones 10'4"
Jeffcoat 10'3"
Moore 10'3"
Gayle 10'2"
C Smith 10'1
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:04 pm

Kony Ealy has the third best 3-cone time (6.83) among DLs since 2006. Tied with Melvin Ingram. That is outstanding.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:14 pm

DL Official 3-cone times:
Kony Ealy 6.83
Jeffcoat 6.97
Marsh 7.08
Donald 7.11
H Jones 7.16
Gayle 7.19
Crichton 7.19
Martin 7.20
Clowney 7.27
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by Eli » Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:15 pm

Clowney ran a 4.53 forty. :shock:

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Post by Mercy Percy » Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:22 pm

Eli wrote:Clowney ran a 4.53 forty. :shock:
Im more interested in his 10 yd, and cone drill, not to often does a DE have to sprint at full speed!
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Post by Texas Vike » Mon Feb 24, 2014 3:37 pm

S197 wrote:Easiest way to look up the #'s

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv? ... true#gid=2

Very cool. Clowney's numbers are insane.

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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by dead_poet » Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:59 pm

Official LB 3-cone times:
Tyler Starr 6.64
Murphy 6.78
Barr 6.82
Tripp 6.89
Shazier 6.91
Pierre-Louis 6.92
Morris 6.94
Mack 7.08
As mainly pass rushers, "LBs" Trent Murphy (6.78) and Anthony Barr (6.82) fit in the top 3-cone times I listed before among DL since 2006. Tyler Starr did not break the best 3-cone time since 2006 (6.42), but he was the top LB this year with a 6.64.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by saint33 » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:19 pm

Mercy Percy wrote:Ive been watching the combine today and I think Mosley has looked a lot more fluid thank Khalil Mack.

considering the difference in size and skill set, that shouldn't be a surprise. The two are very different prospects at different positions.
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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by Husker Vike » Mon Feb 24, 2014 9:27 pm

Although I have not seen him play, I did watch him compete at the combine and I was very impressed with the speed and agility of Kevin Pierre-Louis from Boston College.Probably best suited as a outside LB in a 3-4, I definitely want to know if he looks as good on film as he did in drills today.

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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by King James » Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:01 pm

Mercy Percy wrote:Ive been watching the combine today and I think Mosley has looked a lot more fluid thank Khalil Mack.
I agree. I kinda hope the Vikings take Mosley at #8.

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Re: 2014 NFL Combine Notes

Post by frosted » Mon Feb 24, 2014 11:37 pm

King James wrote: I agree. I kinda hope the Vikings take Mosley at #8.
I like Mosley a lot. I think he projects very well as a WILL in our 4-3 defense. I think we might be able to trade back a few spots and still nab him too.
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