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Mr. Titanium's Post Combine Watch List

Quarterback

Broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

round

Logan Thomas

115

4.61

35.5

4.18

7.05

5th

Jeff Mathews

105

5.26

25.5

4.36

7.14

7th-FA

Tom Savage

105

4.97

27

4.36

7.33

UDFA

Dustin Vaughan

108

4.95

29

4.43

7.25

UDFA

  • None of the quarterbacks in the draft are ready to battle day one.
  • In a non demanding system like seattle's Johnny Football can succeed, he just has to stay healthy.
  • Bortles is probably the top prospect, while Logan Thomas is the top project.
  • Everything about AJ. McCarron is a hybrid of Jay Cutler and Rex Grossman as a prospect.
  • There is something about Bridgewater that screams child in a young adults body. He is not ready to be a leader just yet.

Running back

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

Bench

Round

Charles Sims

126

4.48

37.5

4.30

7.16

17

Marion Grice

5th

Dri Archer

122

4.26

38

4.06

6.86

20

5th-6th

Henry Josey

118

4.43

34

4.13

7.07

20

Jerick McKinnon

132

4.41

40.5

4.12

6.83

32

Kadeem Carey

115

4.7

32.5

4.38

7.08

19

Antonio Andrews

106

4.82

29.5

4.49

7.24

20

  • No back was an absolute beast but Tre Mason looked the part.
  • The big back from Boston College will be a force to reckon with, he will be better than Lacy which doesn't say much in my eyes.
  • Even though I have Dri listed as a running back he can play the slot as well
  • DAT highly disappointed me so he has lost his position on my radar.

Wide Receiver

Broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

John Brown

119

4.34

36.5

4.12

6.91

Bruce Ellington

120

4.45

39.5

3.95

6.69

15

Dri Archer

122

4.26

38

4.06

6.86

20

5th-6th

Jalen Saunders

122

4.44

34

Micheal Campanaro

122

4.46

39

4.01

6.77

20

Kain Colter

  • I believe Mike Evans, Jordan Matthews, and Odell Beckham bumped up their draft stock

Tight End

Broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

C.J. Fiedorowicz

116

4.76

31.5

7.10

4.26

25

3rd

Joe Don Duncan

35

4th-5th

Xavier Grimble

113

26.5

5th

Colt Lyerla

128

4.61

39.0

15

5th-6th

Crockett Gilmore

120

4.89

33.5

7.42

4.44

7th-FA

Trey Burton

112

4.62

30

7.14

4.32

  • The tight end position is definitely stacked with Ebron, Amaro, Jenkins, and Nicklas
  • New England Patriots are licking their chops with this class of tight ends.

Center

Broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

Bench

Round

Weston Richburg

106

5.10

25.5

7.93

4.63

25

2nd-3rd

Bryan Stork

4th

Gabe Ikard

103

5.13

26

7.30

4.37

22

Zac Kerlin

7th-FA

James Stone

105

5.17

27.5

8.16

4.63

22

FA

Wesley Johnson

111

5.11

29

7.40

4.64

26

  • There wasn't much hype about the centers in this year's draft like last year.

Defensive End

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Ealy

114

4.92

31.0

6.83

22

1st

Ra'Shede Hageman

114

5.02

35.5

7.87

32

1st

Stephon Tuitt

1st-2nd

Scott Chricton

108

4.84

31.5

7.19

24

1st-2nd

Will Clarke

112

4.77

32

7.26

22

5th-7th

Chaz Sutton

7th-FA

  • This is definitely a weak class of defensive ends.
  • I think I agree with Mayock in saying that Mack Should be taken before Clowney. No, Mack didn't run a 4.4 but Mack looked every bit the part of an elite pass rusher, and Clowney despite his 4.4 showed a lack of hunger.
  • Barr didn't impress me like I thought he would either. I know neither Mack nor Barr are classified as ends but im thinking of them as pass rushers at this very moment.

3-tech's

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Aaron Donald

116

4.68

32

7.11

35

1st

Caraun Reid

106

4.91

26.5

7.59

20

5th

  • Pound for Pound Donald is the third best prospect in this draft behind Clowney and the wideout who's name I cant remember at this given time.
  • It still baffles me that we call this kid undersized. I wish I knew his body fat percentage because while he looks the part of incredible hulk every other DT is rockin a super gut. This dude can put on 20 pounds easy but why mess up his hulking physique to appease the ney sayers.
  • Aaron Donald will be a beast at the next level and he is the prototype 3-tech.
  • It also baffles me that even with all his positives some still say well if his initial move doesn't work than he cant do much, well damn doesn't that speak for every d-lineman in the league.
  • Aaron Donald is the Beast I hope the Bears choose with their 14 pick, beware of the cowboys trying to move up ahead of us.

Nose Tackles

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Will Sutton

99

5.36

28.5

7.93

24

2nd

Kelcy Quarles

102

5.03

23.5

27

2nd

Anthony Johnson

102

5.24

24.5

7.93

20

3rd

Zack Kerr

99

5.08

28.5

7.93

28

4th

Justin Ellis

92

5.27

28

7.81

25

5th

  • I've taken Nix off of my list as you see. He looks like a fat boy with a Strong Safety bottom half. His build will lead to even more injuries. He looked much better than I thought he would but his build scares me, and there is no way I take up a NT with the 14th pick just to occupy two blockers. There are later round guys I can get for that.
  • Timmy lost my backing after seeing him in the combine. He definitely didn't show me what I wanted for a 3-tech, but his most alarming show at the combine was the fact he has no flexibility, his movement seemed so restricted.
  • DaQuan doesn't pass my eye ball test and he doesn't seem to have the motor I want.
  • I liked the bench numbers Ryan Carrethers put up but his movment seem limited during drills too , and after finding out about his list of injuries I decided to take him off my radar.

Inside Linebacker

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Max Bullough

112

4.78

31.0

4.30

7.22

30

4th

Lamin Barrow

123

4.64

35

4.35

7.24

22

4th-5th

Andrew Jackson

4th-5th

Jordan Tripp

120

4.67

37.5

3.96

6.89

22

Jack Tyler

5th-6th

  • Yawin Smallwood lost some cool points for his performance.
  • There is no way Mosley is a MLB at the next level.
  • Andrew Jackson will remain on my list until pro day. I hope I can find some film on his workout because that will allow me to determine whether he is a keeper.

Safeties

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Calvin Pryor

116

4.58

34.5

1st

Deone Bucannon

125

4.49

36.5

4.26

6.96

3rd

Terrence Brooks

119

4.42

38

7.53

4th

Jimmie Ward

4th-5th

Alden Darby

6th

Kenny Ladler

127

4.70

36.5

4th-5th

Sean Parker

7th

  • I see why they say Ha Ha likes to play so high, dude cant back pedal worth crap.
  • That boy Ed Reynolds looked like crap, literally.

Corners

broad

40

vert

shuttle

3cone

bench

Round

Kyle Fuller

128

4.49

38.5

4.19

6.90

12

1st-2nd

Pierre Desir

133

4.59

35

4.30

6.86

11

3rd

Stanley Jean-Baptiste

128

4.61

41.5

4.33

13

3rd-5th

Keith McGill

129

4.51

39

4.18

7.29

4th

Jason Verrett

128

4.38

39

4.00

6.69

1st

Andre Hal

119

4.50

35.5

4.27

7.14

15

6th

Phillip Gaines

122

4.38

36.5

4.04

6.62

11

Victor Hampton

118

4.69

33.5

7.01

20

Loucheiz Purifoy

120

4.61

2nd-4th

Rashaad Reynolds

123

4.51

37.5

4.00

6.72

20

4th-5th

Dontae Johnson

124

4.45

38.5

4.24

6.82

12

6th-FA

Aaron Colvin

6th-7th

  • I got these guys listed in the order I would take them in the draft, Desir and Baptiste could be interchangeable.
  • As you see there are some guys missing off my list. Dennard nor Gilbert have a back pedal worth anything. Gilbert's is better if I had to choose. Dennard has some tight hips. NFL Network might be impressed by Gilberts workout but I wasn't. His 40 time was awesome but that's about it for me. He will turn out to be a better returner than corner.
  • Before all this my favorite corner was Fuller, now that the combine is over my favorite corner is still Fuller. My four favorite from the combine was Fuller, Baptiste, Desir, and Gaines

With the 14 pick: please let them select AARON DONALD aka DaHulk

Free Agency Coming Soon


<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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