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O-Line
Jason Spriggs (Indiana): 31 reps | 4.94 40 | 4.44 20Y | 7.70 3C | 115" BRJ
Willie Beavers (Western Michigan): 20 reps | 5.28 40 | 4.71 20Y | 7.96 3C | 103" BRJ
Joe Haeg (N. Dakota State): 5.16 40 | 4.47 20Y | 7.47 3C | 111" BRJ
Cody Whitehair (Kansas State): 16 reps | 5.08 40 | 4.58 20Y | 7.32 3C | 110" BRJ
Le'Raven Clark (Texas Tech): 18 reps | 5.16 40
Joseph Cheek (Texas A&M): 20 reps
Christian Westerman (Arizona State): 34 reps | 5.17 40 | 4.71 20Y | 7.69 3C | 98" BRJ
Caleb Benenoch (UCLA): 4.98 40 | 5.11 20Y | 8.15 3C | 104" BRJ
Austin Blythe (Iowa): 29 reps | 5.36 40 | 4.53 20Y | 7.52 3C | 99" BRJ
Isaac Seumalo (Oregon): 5.19 40 | 4.52 20Y | 7.40 3C | 105" BRJ

Tight End
Jerell Adams (South Carolina): 4.64 40 | 4.31 20Y | 11.52 60Y | 7.05 3C | 32.5" vert | 117" BRJ
Tyler Higbee (Western Kentucky):

Wide Receiver
Jay Lee (Baylor):
Hunter Sharp (Utah State): 12 reps | 4.58 40 | 11.40 60Y | 7.12 3C | 32.5" vert | 116" BRJ
Sterling Shepard (Oklahoma): 20 reps | 4.48 40 | 4.35 20Y | 7.00 3C | 41" vert | 123" BRJ
Charon Peake (Clemson): 12 reps | 4.45 40 | 4.46 20Y | 11.69 60Y | 6.96 3C | 35.5" vert | 122" BRJ
Will Fuller (Notre Dame): 10 reps | 4.32 40 | 4.27 20Y | 11.44 60Y | 6.93 3C | 33.5" vert | 126" BRJ
Rashard Higgins (Colorado State): 13 reps | 4.64 40 | 32" vert | 116" BRJ
Bralon Addison (Oregon): 13 reps | 4.66 40 | 4.14 20Y | 11.53 60Y | 6.95 3C | 34.5" vert | 116" BRJ

Defensive End
James Cowser (Southern Utah): 21 reps | 4.82 40 | 4.32 20Y | 6.80 3C | 31.5" vert | 111" BRJ
Dadi Nicolas (Virginia Tech): 14 reps | 4.74 40 | 4.38 20Y | 7.04 3C | 41" vert | 116" BRJ
Victor Ochi (Stoney Brook): 4.86 40 | 4.40 20Y | 7.24 3C | 32" vert | 119" BRJ
Yannick Ngakoue (Maryland): 26 reps | 4.75 40 | 4.50 20Y | 7.35 3C | 34.5" vert | 118" BRJ

Defensive Tackle
Lawrence Thomas (Michigan State): 4.98 40 | 35" vert | 113" BRJ

Outside Linebacker
Kyler Fackrell (Utah State): 15 reps | 4.72 40 | 34.5" vert | 121" BRJ
Travis Feeney (Washington): 4.50 40 | 4.42 20Y | 7.20 3C | 40" vert | 130" BRJ
De'vondre Campbell (Minnesota): 16 reps | 4.58 40 | 34" vert | 116" BRJ
Deion Jones (LSU): 4.59 40 | 33" vert | 120" BRJ
BJ Goodson (Clemson): 30 reps | 4.69 40 | 4.51 20Y | 7.05 3C | 34.5" vert | 118" BRJ

Inside Linebacker
Terrance Smith (Florida State): 19 reps | 4.77 40 | 34.5" vert | 120" BRJ
Josh Forrest (Kentucky): 11 reps | 4.91 40 | 30.5" vert | 118" BRJ
Nick Kwiatkowski (West Virginia): 19 reps | 4.73 40 | 4.22 20Y | 7.16 3C | 32" vert | 120" BRJ

Cornerback / Safety
Darian Thompson (Boise State): 12 reps | 32.5" vert | 118" BRJ
Deiondre Hall (Northern Iowa): 4.68 40 | 37" vert | 127" BRJ
Kevin Byard (Middle Tenn. State):
Keanu Neal (Florida): 17 reps | 38" vert | 132" BRJ
Tevin Carter (Utah): 19 reps
Deandre Houston-Carson (William & Mary): 13 reps | 4.54 40 | 32.5" vert | 115" BRJ
Miles Killebrew (Southern Utah): 22 reps | 38" vert | 127" BRJ
Justin Simmons (Boston College): 16 reps | 40" vert | 126" BRJ

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OLB- Kris Frost -Auburn

This kid can play. He's versatile (played inside and outside), athletic, can cover, and is a good tackler who can bring some power. Had 4 different defensive coordinators in college and was moved around a bit, yet still produced. I think he would be an awesome fit in our defense. 

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1 hour ago, KRUNKuno said:

Interested to see what group Cravens works out with.  I'd suspect it'll be with the defensive backs.

Very interested in Kamalei Correa as well.  I had been pegging him in as our 3rd rounder for quite some time, but Kiper has in going in the 1st in his latest mock.  

NFL.com combine page has Cravens listed as OLB, and the writeup indicates he'll be more of a WLB in a 4-3 than anything else. In fact, they mention it could be a huge mistake to label him a OLB/S tweener because his competitive nature & toughness make him ideal to play OLB & size isn't necessarily a huge factor for a WLB.

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29 minutes ago, k-train said:

NFL.com combine page has Cravens listed as OLB, and the writeup indicates he'll be more of a WLB in a 4-3 than anything else. In fact, they mention it could be a huge mistake to label him a OLB/S tweener because his competitive nature & toughness make him ideal to play OLB & size isn't necessarily a huge factor for a WLB.

They probably said similar things about Kam, too.  Im not calling Cravens Kam, but Su'a says himself that he's a safety and played the hybrid OLB role for the embetterment of the team.  I feel like in our scheme he'd be the box safety that William Moore was supposed to be.  Both Moore and Cravens have similar height and weight measurements.  I think his speed will be the deciding factor for teams.  

 

EDIT: Just read that he opened his training at 238lbs, but that he has been working to cut down his weight.  Again, I'm interested.  I think a lot of people have him going in the 2nd because they havent seen him in any all star games since the end of the season.  His stats are better than Shaq Thompson's who went in the first last year to Carolina.  

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19 minutes ago, KRUNKuno said:

They probably said similar things about Kam, too.  Im not calling Cravens Kam, but Su'a says himself that he's a safety and played the hybrid OLB role for the embetterment of the team.  I feel like in our scheme he'd be the box safety that William Moore was supposed to be.  Both Moore and Cravens have similar height and weight measurements.  I think his speed will be the deciding factor for teams.  

Yeah, I think speed will be the big thing for him. Right now it seems most think he doesn't have the speed/range to handle being that kind of safety at the next level, but is ideal for a WLB. We'll see.

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LB Darron Lee
DE Shaq Lawson
DE Kevin Dodd
SS Miles Killebrew
S Darian Thompson
C Nick Martin
C Max Tuerk
C Jack Allen
C Mike Matthews
LB/S Su'a Cravens
LB Kentrell Brothers
LB Deion Jones
LB Terrance Smith
LB Joshua Perry
TE Nick Vannett
TE Thomas Duarte
TE Hunter Henry
TE Jerell Adams

Is my list !

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Jonathan Bullard, for his size he has some explosion off the snap and good power.

Devon Cajuste played WR at Stanford but have seen weights for him as high as 232 think he may switch to TE in the pros... really good hands and runs really good stemming routes.

Keyarris Garrett

Keanu Neal

Eric Striker

D'haquille Williams runs really good intermediate routes which we seem to run a lot of.

Josh forrest

Kyle Fackrell

Austin Blythe

Bryce Williams

Carl Nassib

Austin Johnson

Vincent Valentine

Nile Lawerance Stample

 

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Kinda surprised to see Cody Whitehair only put up 16 reps

Surprised Blythe measured out so small... 291 lbs, alligator arms, and tiny hands.

I'm becoming even more smitten with Spriggs & the thought of drafting him in the 2nd (by some miracle) to be moved inside to solve our issues at OG puts a big smile on my face.

Westerman did what I expected... put up more reps than anyone else. Guy's got some huge hands, too. He could be a massive help at G or C.

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3 minutes ago, AtlantaFanSince1991 said:

His athleticism jumped out at me when I was watching the oline today. 

I listed most of my guys in somewhat random order in my earlier post, but there was a reason I put Spriggs first. I've been intrigued by him for a bit & am glad to see he's exceeding my expectations.

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