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    Senior Bowl 2014

    With Senior Bowl week only 20 days away this is the place to put your info videos etc regarding anything senior bowl related.Our off-season is here and there are some extremely talented prospects who have already accepted invites with more waiting to be accepted.Personally I cannot wait to see some of these big name players practice and go up against each other.My personal favourite is the OL vs DL one-on-ones. Enjoy nation and Happy New Year GO Raiders

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    Jared Abbrederis
    Wisconsin
    WR6'2"190 Big TenFirst-team All-Big Ten in 2012 and 2013. Leads the Badgers with 54 receptions for 849 yards and 6 touchdowns this season, including a 10-reception, 207 yard, 1 TD effort against third-ranked Ohio State. One of four finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy, given to the best player who started his career as a walk-on. Dangerous punt/kick returner. Named honorable mention All-Amercan punt returner by SI.com in 2012.

    Antonio Andrews
    Western Kentucky
    RB6'0"211 Sun BeltThrough 12 games in 2013, has rushed for 1,730 yards and 16 touchdowns. Has rushed for more than 100 yards in every game this season except for the season opener, when he ran for 99 yards against Kentucky. Added 41 receptions for 478 yards. In 2012, joined Barry Sanders as the only two player to eclipse 3,000 all-purpose yards in a single season (3,161).

    Jeremiah Attaochu
    Georgia Tech
    DE6'3"242 ACCMade switch from OLB to DE this season and is only four sacks of tying school record. His 27 career sacks rank third among active FBS players. Through 10 games this season has registered 31 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss and 8 sacks (-66 yards).

    Joel Bitonio
    Nevada
    OT6'4"315 MWCThe 6'4", 315 pound lineman has started 36 straight games for the Wolf Pack.

    Rob Blanchflower
    UMASS
    TE6'4"260 MACOnly played in six games due to injury, caught 27 passes for 313 yards and 3 touchdowns.

    Chris Borland
    Wisconsin
    ILB5'11"246 Big TenAt 5'11, 246 pounds is built in the mold of former Dolphin great Zack Thomas. Leads the Badgers with 92 total tackles (56 soolo) through 11 games (despite only missing one game with injury). His 8 tackles for loss (-29 yards) also lead the team. In 2012, a first-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and entered 2013 on watch list for Bednarik Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Butkus Award, Lombardi Award and Lott Impact Award.

    Chris Boswell
    Rice
    PK6'2"200 C-USAIs 12-of-16 on field goals through 10 games in 2013, known for his strong leg with 13 career kicks of 50+ yards and three of those are 55+.

    Tahj Boyd
    Clemson
    QB6'1"225 ACCOwns 52 school records and is first in school history in passing touchdowns, passing efficiency and touchdown responsibility. Has a 31-8 career record as a starter. In 2013, has thrown for 3,473 yards with 29 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. Two-time first-team All-ACC selection.

    Terrence Brooks
    Florida State
    S5'11"200 ACCIn only his second full season at the safety position. Through 10 games in 2013, has 43 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 1 sack, two interceptions and two forced fumbles.

    Deone Bucannon
    Washington State
    S6'1"198 Pac-12Became the first Cougar in six years to be named first team All-Pac 12 after leading the conference in tackles (109), his second straight season with more than 100 stops. Had five interceptions, three forced fumbles and 4.5 tackles for loss.

    Michael Campanaro
    Wake Forest
    WR5'11"190 ACCTwo-time All-ACC wide receiver (second team) … recovering from a broken collarbone in November, but before the injury became the school’s all-time leading pass catcher … averaged 113 yards per game.

    Derek Carr
    Fresno State
    QB6'3"218 MWCFresno State’s career leader in passing yards (11,181), TDs (95) and completion percentage (66.6). Through nine games in 2013, has thrown for 3,421 yards, 32 touchdowns and four interceptions. Threw for a conference-record 4,104 yards in 2012 -- including three 400-yard games -- to go with 37 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Was MWC Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 and is a candidate for Davey O'Brien, Mawell and Walter Camp Awards this season. Brother of former No. 1 pick David Carr.

    Deandre Coleman
    California
    DT6'5"315 Pac-12Honorable mention All-Pac 12, 40 tackles (9 for loss) and 2.5 sacks in 2013.

    Kain Colter
    Northwestern
    WR6'0"190 Big TenHas been a dual-threat for the Wildcats as a quarterback and wide receiver. Will play wide receiver in Mobile. Showed his all-around athletic ability against unbeaten Ohio State in October, completing 12-of-12 passes while also catching a touchdown pass. In 2012, was an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection by the media for the second year in a row and named a Midseason All-American by ESPN.com. Ranked 12th in the Big Ten in rushing yards per game (68.8) and 11th in total offense (135.9).

    Aaron Colvin
    Oklahoma
    DC5'11"182 Big 12Semifinalist for Jim Thorpe Award, All-Big 12 First Team (AP, Coaches), finished with 49 tackles (5 for loss), 1 sack and 1 interception in 2013.

    Chris Davis
    Auburn
    DC5'11"200 SECBirmingham native best known now for game-winning TD return off missed FG to win the 2013 Iron Bowl. Three-year starter for the Tigers, has 65 total tackles (including 10 vs. Alabama) and 12 pass breakups.

    Mike Davis
    Texas
    WR6'2"195 Big 12Ranked as top senior WR by NFL media analyst Gil Brandt … finished regular season with 49 receptions, 715 yards and 8 touchdowns.

    Darqueze Dennard
    Michigan State
    DC5'11"197 Big TenOne of only 11 defensive backs nationally to be listed on the Bednarik, Nagurski and Thorpe Award Watch Lists. In 2012, First-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches. Through 9 games in 2013: Has 37 tackles (2 TFL), 3 INT, 2 forced fumbles, 7 pass breakups.

    Ahmad Dixon
    Baylor
    S6'0"205 Big 12Three-time All-Big 12 honoree … first-team selection in 2013 after recording 70 tackles (2 for loss), 7 pass breakups and an interception.

    Aaron Donald
    Pittsburgh
    DT6'0"285 ACCWinner of the Bednarik Award (best defensive player), Lombardi Award (best lineman), Outland Trophy (best interior lineman) and Nagurski Award (best defensive player), unanimous All-American, ACC Defensive Player of Year, first team All-ACC after leading the nation with 26.5 tackles for lost yardage (2.2 per game). Forced four fumbles while registering 10 quarterback sacks. Donald has 54 total tackles in addition to 16 quarterback hurries and two pass break-ups.

    Joe Don Duncan
    Dixie State
    TE6'4"270 Division IIDespite playing at the D-II level, has caught the eye of NFL scouts. Had 71 receptions for 1,045 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013.

    Kadeem Edwards
    Tennessee St.
    OG6'3"315 FCSAn All-Ohio Valley Conference first team selection for the second straight year.

    Shaquelle Evans
    UCLA
    WR6'1"204 Pac-12Honorable mention All-Pac-12, led team in receptions (43), yards (617) and touchdowns (8).

    David Fales
    San Jose State
    QB6'2"220 MWCIntriguing prospect who threw for 547 yards and 6 TD vs. fellow Reese’s Senior Bowl QB Derek Carr … third in FBS with 4,189 yards and tied for sixth with Johnny Manziel for most TDs (33) and tied Carr for most 300+ passing yard games (9) in the Mountain West Conference.

    CJ Fiedorowicz
    Iowa
    TE6'7"265 Big TenThrough 11 games in 2013, has 23 receptions for 230 yards (10 ave/catch) and 5 touchdowns. At nearly 6'7" and 265 pounds is a big target with good hands and athletic ability.

    Dee Ford
    Auburn
    DE6'2"240 SECOne of the most feared pass rushers in the SEC, registering 12.5 tackles for a loss, 8.5 sacks and 17 quarterback hurries in 2013.

    Kyle Fuller
    Virginia Tech
    DC5'11"190 ACC2013 Jim Thorpe Award Semifinalist (Nation's top defensive back), Bednarik Award Semifinalst (Nation's top defensive player). Has 2 interceptions, 10 pass break-ups and 12 passes defended.

    James Gayle
    Virginia Tech
    DE6'4"255 ACCThird team All-ACC, led his team with 33 hurries, also adding 39 tackles (10 for loss) and 5.5 sacks.

    Ryan Grant
    Tulane
    WR6'1"191 C-USAAll Conference USA wide receiver in 2012 and has followed that with another solid season. Through 11 games, Grant has 68 receptions for 881 yards and 9 touchdowns, including a career-high 14 grabs for 187 yards and 2 touchdowns against South Alabama in September.

    Marion Grice
    Arizona State
    RB6'0"210 Pac-12Missed the last two games of season with a lower leg injury, but still has 996 yards rushing and 438 receiving yards to go with 20 touchdowns (14 rush, 6 pass). Second-team All-Pac-12 in 2013.

    Ra'Shede Hageman
    Minnesota
    DT6'6"311 Big TenThe 6’6”, 311-pound lineman benches 465 pounds, squats 500 pounds yet has a 36-inch vertical leap .. first-team All-Big 10

    Jon Halapio
    Florida
    OG6'3"315 SECHas played in 41 games during his career, 33 starts.

    Taylor Hart
    Oregon
    DT6'6"292 Pac-12Second-team All-Pac-12 selection, recorded 64 tackles (40 solo) and five tackles for loss, including 3 sacks and 3 forced fumbles.

    Marcus Heit
    Kansas State
    LS6'3"244 Big 12Perfect on snaps all three seasons he was on the field.

    Seantrel Henderson
    Miami
    OT6'8"345 ACC6'8", 345 pounds, third team All-ACC, helped anchor offensive line that paved way for Hurricanes offense that averaged 446.8 yards of total offense and 35.9 points per game.

    Robert Herron
    Wyoming
    WR5'10"187 MWCSpeedster showed his ability vs Texas in 2012, catching 5 passes for 173 yards and two scores. In 2013, has 68 receptions for 929 yards (13.7 ave/catch) and 9 touchdowns.

    Ryan Hewitt
    Stanford
    FB6'4"245 Pac-12At 6’4”, 246 pounds is one of the top blocking backs in the nation, fueling a potent Stanford ground attack.

    Cody Hoffman
    Brigham Young
    WR6'4"215 INDBYU's career receiving yards leader, to go along with his school records for touchdown catches (34) and receptions (239). Through eight games in 2013, has 38 receptions for 664 yards (17.7 ave) and five touchdowns.

    Josh Huff
    Oregon
    WR5'11"205 Pac-12Honorable mention All-Pac-12, with 57 receptions for 1,036 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2013. Has 23 career touchdowns at Oregon, fourth-most among receivers in school history.

    Marqueston Huff
    Wyoming
    S6'0"195 MWCAll-Mountain West second teamer, led all DBs in conference with 127 tackles (74 solo and 3 for loss), 2 interceptions and 6 pass break ups. Had six double-figure tackle games in 2013, including 20 against Utah State in the final game of season.

    Gabe Jackson
    Mississippi State
    OG6'4"335 SECFirst team All-SEC guard, started all 52 games of his career at left guard for the Bulldogs.

    Ja'Wuan James
    Tennessee
    OT6'6"318 SECStarted all 49 games of his career at right tackle (school record), helped Vols to most rushing yards in nine seasons (2,261).

    Jeff Janis
    Saginaw Valley St.
    WR6'3"205 Division IIHis 83 receptions for 1,572 yards and 14 touchdowns were among the best in D-II … only the second player from his school to receive an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

    Stanley Jean-Baptiste
    Nebraska
    DC6'3"220 Big TenSecond-team All-Big 12 selection, had four interceptions (returned for a total of 134 yards and a TD), and 11 pass breakups.

    Dontae Johnson
    North Carolina State
    S6'2"195 ACCThis season has made 82 tackles (team-leading 51 solo), 3 interceptions.

    Christian Jones
    Florida State
    ILB6'4"235 ACCSecond team All-ACC, 49 tackles (7.5 for loss), 2 sacks in 2013 regular season.

    DaQuan Jones
    Penn State
    DT6'3"318 Big TenNamed All-Big Ten first team by the coaches after leading the Nittany Lions with 11.5 tackles for loss (-42 yards) and was fifth on team with 55 tackles (33 solo), also registering three sacks (-21 yards).

    Christian Kirksey
    Iowa
    OLB6'2"235 Big TenHonorable mention All-Big 10, racked up 97 tackles (4 for loss), 1.5 sacks, forced and recovered two fumbles.

    Brandon Linder
    Miami
    OG6'6"319 ACCStarted all 12 games in 2013, anchoring offensive line that averaged 446.8 yards of total offense and 35.9 points per game.

    Craig Loston
    LSU
    S6'2"209 SECPlayed in nine games, making 51 tackles and two interceptions.

    Arthur Lynch
    Georgia
    TE6'5"254 SECHas 19 receptions for 318 yards and 3 TD in 2013, including 4 catches for 75 yards and a TD against Auburn. Named to Mackey Award Preseason and Midseason list (nation’s best tight end).

    Cody Mandell
    Alabama
    PT6'4"213 SECSecond-team All-SEC after averaging 47.5 yards a punt this season (42.5 net), knocking 14 of his 35 punts inside the 20 and he boomed 14 more 50+ yards.

    Kareem Martin
    North Carolina
    DE6'6"265 ACCAll-ACC first team selection has racked up 78 tackles, an astonishing 20 for loss including 11 sacks (-82 yards). Also has 3 pass breakups and 14 quarterback hurries.

    Zack Martin
    Notre Dame
    OT6'4"308 INDSet school record with 50th consecutive start for Irish, has been named Notre Dame’s Offensive Lineman of Year four straight years.

    Jordan Matthews
    Vanderbilt
    WR6'3"206 SECAll-time SEC career leader in receptions (364) and yards (4,950). Is first SEC player with 90 receptions or more in back-to-back seasons and is the first player in conference history to record 100 receptions in one season. In 2013, has 107 receptions for 1,334 yards and can add to those numbers in Vanderbilt's bowl game.

    Daniel McCullers
    Tennessee
    DT6'8"351 SECStands 6’8”, 360 pounds, will be the largest player at the 2014 Reese’s Senior Bowl. In 12 games this season, had 33 total tackles (4.5 for loss) and half of a sack.

    Keith McGill
    Utah
    DC6'3"205 Pac-12Missed all of 2012 with an injury, but bounced back in 2013 and made the move from safety to cornerback. Through 11 games in 2013, has made 31 tackles, had 10 pass breakups and one interception.

    Jerick McKinnon
    Georgia Southern
    RB5-9215 FCSPlayed the quarterback position most of his career and finished with 3,899 rushing yards and 42 touchdowns. Recorded six games of at least 100 rushing yards in 2013.

    Jack Mewhort
    Ohio State
    OT6'7"308 Big TenWas last senior to be honored on Senior Day during the Buckeye's final home game on 11/23 -- a distinction reserved for the team's top player. Showed versatility during career, starting at LG, RG and LT. In 2012, helped the Buckeyes average 242.2 yards per game rushing (10th nationally), lead the Big Ten in scoring (37.1 ppg) and he was named second-team all-Big Ten.

    Stephen Morris
    Miami
    QB6'2"218 ACCRanked third in school history in career passing yards (7,736) and touchdown passes (49). Is 132 yards shy of becoming only second Miami player to throw for 3,000 in multiple seasons.

    Morgan Moses
    Virginia
    OT6'6"335 ACCA preseason All-ACC nominee, named to Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award watch lists.

    C.J. Mosley
    Alabama
    ILB6'2"232 SECOne of 10 players in nation to earn Unanimous All-American status, Butkus Award winner (top linebacker in country), All-SEC first team selection.

    Trent Murphy
    Stanford
    OLB6'6"261 Pac-12Consensus All-American, First team All-Pac-12, Bednarik Award semifinalist, Lombardi Award semifinalist, 58 tackles (21.5 for loss), 14 sacks in 2013.

    Aaron Murray
    Georgia
    QB6'1"208 SECTore his ACL on 11/23 against Kentucky and will miss the remainder of his final season. In 11 games in 2013, threw for for 3,075 yards, 26 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. He has thrown 121 career touchdowns -- an SEC record.

    Kevin Norwood
    Alabama
    WR6'2"195 SECOne of AJ McCarron’s favorite targets, finished 2013 regular season with a team-best 36 receptions for 538 yards and led all Tide receivers with 7 touchdowns.

    Cody Parkey
    Auburn
    PK6'0"190 SECIs 13-17 on field goals in 2013, including 5-6 from 40-49 yards. On 83 kickoffs, has 59 touchbacks.

    Jay Prosch
    Auburn
    FB6'1"250 SECStarting fullback who was a FWAA Courage Award weekly honoree in 2012. The Mobile, AL, native obtained an NCAA waiver to transfer from Illinois in January on 2012 as his mother was battling brain cancer. Scored first career TD on a 1-yard run against New Mexico State last season.

    Tevin Reese
    Baylor
    WR5'10'170 Big 12First-team All-Big 12, coming back from wrist injury that forced him to miss last five games of regular season. In seven games, had 33 catches for 824 yards (103 ypg) and eight touchdowns.

    Caraun Reid
    Princeton
    DT6'1"305 FCSFacing constant double and even triple teams in 2013, Reid has made 26 tackles, 11 for lossses, and registered 6.5 sacks (-52 yards). Earned unanimous first team All-IVY League selection in 2012 after recording 40 tackles, including 9.5 for losses, and 5.5 sacks. One of 20 players nominated for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the best defensive player at the FCS level.

    Cyril Richardson
    Baylor
    OG6'5"335 Big 12Unanimous All-American and finalist for Outland Trophy (nation's best lineman), Offensive Lineman of Year in Big 12, first team All-Big 12.

    Weston Richburg
    Colorado State
    OC6'4"300 MWCHas started all 49 games in his four years in Fort Collins and anchored an offensive line that has helped the Rams to the second-most productive offensive performance in school history (447.2 yards/game). In 2013, has graded above 90 percent in every game and leads offensive line with 42 knockdown blocks.

    Michael Sam
    Missouri
    DE6''2"255 SECA Walter Camp first-team All-American and SEC Defensive Player of the Year (AP, Coaches), All-SEC first team selection led the conference in sacks (10.5) and tackles for loss (18).

    Jalen Saunders
    Oklahoma
    WR5'9"157 Big 12Caught game-winning TD in final seconds vs. rival Oklahoma State … second team All-Big 12 selection after catching 56 passes for 654 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2013. Dangerous returner, averaging 16.8 yards per punt return with 2 TD this season.

    Charles Sims
    West Virginia
    RB6'0"213 Big 12Big-12 Newcomer of the Year, first team All-Big 12, ran for 1,095 yards (5.3 ave.) and 11 touchdowns in 2013.

    Shayne Skov
    Stanford
    ILB6'3"244 Pac-12First-team All-Pac-12, Butkus Award Finalist (best linebacker), led Cardinal with 100 tackles (10 for loss), added 4 sacks and 10 quarterback hurries.

    Chris Smith
    Arkansas
    DE6'3"268 SECIn his career, (through 10 games in 2013) has played in 41 games with 25 starts and recorded 116 tackles, 29.5 for loss with 20.5 sacks, 19 quarterback hurries, seven pass breakups and one forced fumble. His sacks total is tied for 12th on the school's all-time list. He and Jadeveon Clowney are the only returners in the SEC with 9.0 sacks or more in 2012. Last season, started all 12 games and was named honorable-mention All-SEC after recording 52 tackles, 13.0 for loss with 9.5 sacks, 12 quarterback hurries, four pass breakups and one forced fumble.

    Telvin Smith
    Florida State
    OLB6'3"218 ACCSecond team All-ACC selection after leading the unbeaten ‘Noles in tackles (75). Had 9.5 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, 3 interceptions.

    Marcus Smith
    Louisville
    DE6'3"252 AACWalter Camp second team All-American and a first-team All-American Conference selection … 16.5 tackles for a loss in 2013 and his 12.5 sacks are second in the nation.

    Shamar Stephen
    Connecticut
    DT6'5"313 AACSecond team all-conference, 60 tackles (10 for loss), 3 sacks in 2013.

    Will Sutton
    Arizona State
    DT6'1"288 Pac-12Two-time Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (2012, 2013) Racked up 44 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 4 sacks and an INT in 2013. Consensus All-American in 2012 when he posted 23.5 tackles for loss, 13.0 sacks (led team and fourth in ASU history) and 63 total tackles.

    Travis Swanson
    Arkansas
    OC6'5"318 SECA 2013 Rimington Trophy candidate (best center), Swanson has started all 48 games of his Razorback career, tied for the 2nd-longest active streak in the country, and blocked for three seasons with a 3,000-yard passer, including the first season in school history with a 3,000-yard passer and a 1,000-yard rusher in 2010.

    Brandon Thomas
    Clemson
    OT6'3"305 ACCSecond Team All-ACC, outstanding pass blocker.

    Logan Thomas
    Virginia Tech
    QB6'6"254 ACCHolds school record for career consecutive starts for a quarterback, total offense, career passing touchdowns, career passing completions and attempts and career rushing TDs for a quarterback.

    Jordan Tripp
    Montana
    OLB6'3"237 FCSTwo-time Big Sky all-conference first teamer, racked up 100 tackles (5.5 for loss) and three interceptions.

    Billy Turner
    North Dakota State
    OT6'6"314 FCSThe anchor on the offensive line for the two-time defending FCS Champs. FCS All-American is punishing blocker at any level.

    Brent Urban
    Virginia
    DE6'7"295 ACCWas drafted in the 2nd round of the Canadian Football League draft in early 2013. Despite missing four games in 2013, still leads nation in deflected passes (8). Has 30 tackles (7.5 for loss) and one sack in six games.

    Kirby Van Der Kamp
    Iowa State
    PT6'4"211 Big 12Averaging 41.6 yards per kick in 2013 with 27 punts inside 20 and 17 going longer than 50 yards. Landed on Ray Guy Award Watch List, Preseason All-Big 12 First Team and Preseason All-American by Athlon's and Phil Steele prior to 2013 season. His career average of 42.8 yards per kick ranks him second on the all-time Iowa State career list.

    Kyle Van Noy
    Brigham Young
    OLB6'3"245 INDBednarik, Butkus, Lombardi and Lott IMPACT Award semifinalist, second team Walter Camp All-American. Made 62 tackles (16 for loss), 4 sacks and intercepted four passes and is leader of BYU defense.

    Jason Verrett
    TCU
    DC5'10"176 Big 12Walter Camp first team All-American, Co-Defensive Player of the Year in the Big 12 after making 39 tackles (3.5 for loss), 14 pass breakups and 2 INT.

    Jimmie Ward
    Northern Illinois
    S5'11"192 MACSemifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award (Nation's Best Defensive Back). Leads team in passes defended (14) and interceptions (6), tackles (77) and solo stops (50).

    Jaylen Watkins
    Florida
    DC6'0"181 SECIn 2013, third on team with 52 tackles, including 2 tackles for loss and has seven pass breakups.

    Chris Watt
    Notre Dame
    OG6'3"321 INDStarted all 13 games this season, helping Irish run for more than 200 yards in a game seven times in 2012, the most the school had produced since 1996.

    Lavelle Westbrooks
    Georgia Southern
    DC6'0"192 FCSFour-year starter for the Eagles, finished his career with 20 pass breakups, seven interceptions and 147 total tackles.

    Andre Williams
    Boston College
    RB6'0"227 ACCHeisman finalist (finished 4th), Doak Walker Award winner as the nation's top running back, unanimous All-American after rushing for 2,102 yards (6.4 ave.) and 17 touchdowns.

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    Some very nice Seniors there. I'm looking forward to the game. I will be keeping a close eye on the QB's, OL, and DL for sure.

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    Good group. I wouldn't mind two or three of these guys.

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    Im liking those DE's chris smith (Arkansas) and dee ford (Auburn)

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    I'm mostly interested in watching David Fales. I'm also looking forward to watching Gabe Jackson, Ra'Shede Hageman, Kyle Van Noy.

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    I think Chris Borland could be something special at ILB. I really like his high motor. I wouldn't mind him in the 4th. Also, Darqueze Dennard, from Mich. St., if we could trade back a couple times, I'd love to snatch him up. I know he's not a trench player, but to say CB/DB is a point of emphasis is denying reality. We could have the extra picks in the 2nd/3rd/4th to get guys like Murphy from Stanford, Marsh from UCLA, Kelcy Quarles, etc.
    Boy, this modern day 20th century technology is "golly-gee-willikers"!! Whaaa?

    "Why didn't someone tell me this was the 21st century????"



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    Quote Originally Posted by N. Cog Neato View Post
    I think Chris Borland could be something special at ILB. I really like his high motor. I wouldn't mind him in the 4th. Also, Darqueze Dennard, from Mich. St., if we could trade back a couple times, I'd love to snatch him up. I know he's not a trench player, but to say CB/DB is a point of emphasis is denying reality. We could have the extra picks in the 2nd/3rd/4th to get guys like Murphy from Stanford, Marsh from UCLA, Kelcy Quarles, etc.
    I hear you Bro.I must admit I would not be displeased at all if this happened. I love how Darqueze Dennard plays corner and is a very physical player.Add him to Hayden and we are getting there.Murphy is also going to be a very good NFL player, I just hope billacheat don't pick him in the 1st.roll on Senior Bowl practice

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    Falcons, Jaguars will coach 2014 game

    Damn,was hoping we could get two in a row.

    http://www.seniorbowl.com/news-highl...l.php?news=115
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    I'm really looking forward to checking out the QB's at the Senior Bowl. Ther are some interesting prospects. Most of them will go either in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th round, so who knows maybe one or two will shine at the Senior Bowl. I think A.J. McCarron made a mistake turning down the Senior Bowl invite. He looked average in his Bowl game. If he had accepted the invite to the Senior Bowl and looked real good he could have helped his stock I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason View Post
    I'm mostly interested in watching David Fales. I'm also looking forward to watching Gabe Jackson, Ra'Shede Hageman, Kyle Van Noy.
    yep. Intrigued by Fales and Gabe especially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackheart1 View Post
    yep. Intrigued by Fales and Gabe especially.
    Watkins 1st
    Gabe 2nd
    Fales 3rd

    What a draft that would be provided we fill defensive spots via FA
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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterNRoss View Post
    Watkins 1st
    Gabe 2nd
    Fales 3rd

    What a draft that would be provided we fill defensive spots via FA
    That would be perfect.

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    Chris Borland is only 5'11 ? ok take him in the 5th. I thought he was at least 6'1. I would try to get Skov in here and let him start at MLB.

    We need a tough young guy in the middle of our defense. I would take Skov in the second rd if he were available, but that's just me. Although , that running back Mason would be interesting in the 2rd also.

    hmm , so many decisions. I don't know what the F to do!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterNRoss View Post
    Watkins 1st
    Gabe 2nd
    Fales 3rd

    What a draft that would be provided we fill defensive spots via FA
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    That would be perfect.
    Agreed. Signing premium players on the offense is expensive. I'd go with Shreds method and buy the defense and draft the offense

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    I am looking forward to watch Hageman as well. I think he may be available in the 2nd for us, all depending on his Combine and this game.

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