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Post everything here about it.lots of information out there.Starts today

Will update as I get info.

offical website here

http://seniorbowl.com/rosters.asp

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Names to watch out for:

Austen Lane DE - Murray State

He's has prototypical size at 6'6” 258. His athleticism is remarkable. He has 11 sacks,19.5 TFL, 1 int 21 yard return, and 3 forced fumbles this year. Here's a review from the Bleacher Report, which compares him to a hybrid of Mathias Kiwanuka, Justin Tuck and Osi Umeniyora:

"Lane has the lateral agility, balance and foot speed that Kiwanuka possesses, showing excellent pass coverage skills that could see some team line him up at strong-side linebacker on occasion. He has the long frame with deceptive power and that keen sense for the flow of the ball that Tuck features in his game. He also demonstrates that explosive first step, hand usage and urgency getting to the quarterback that Umenyiora has utilized in ranking with the elite sack artists in the league."

That's a pretty good blend. Can't add much to that pretty much sums up why I like him. This is a must for us if he is available to us in the 3rd. Could in time become a elite DE to replace Peppers (not saying he could be or replace Pep no one is Peppers) Projected - 2nd-3rd Round.

Riley Cooper WR - Florida

He has prototypical size, 6'3” 215lbs. He's fast, runs the 40 in the 4.4 range. Has good hands, he makes some clutch catches but also I have seen him drop a few as well.

My favorite part about him is he is a great blocker and doesn't complain about that role. Urban Meyer said he was the best blocking receiver he had ever had.

Who knows how good he can be as he has been a footnote to the likes of Harvin and Murphy and all the playmakers that have been through Florida (not to mention if he had a QB with a more catchable ball).

I think he has always been a good blocker but the last two years he has progressed very well to a well rounded pocession (with a hint of speed) reciever. As far as projection, I have heard anywhere from 4th to UDFA. I would love to get him in the 4th, where I see him going.

Sean Canfield QB - OSU

Here's a guy that is very intriguing (and why no one mentions him is beyond me). He stands in at 6'4” 215 lbs. He has solid arm strength, plays in a pro style offense, and is accurate (he's completed 67.9% of his passes this year 70% before a bad bowl game), he threw 21 td and 7 ints this year as well.

The major knock (and its a big one) is he is injury proned. He is a 3 year starter and only has 23 starts. That is why in a loaded draft he might make into the middle of day 2 where the risk is worth it IMO. And lets not forget the last Beavers QB we picked up is (I'll give you a hint his initials are MM).

Check out this video, they both show real maturity.

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I wonder if Jacoby fords size will drop his stock.I would love to get him and a bigger WR in the draft.

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Riley Cooper WR - Florida

He has prototypical size, 6'3” 215lbs. He's fast, runs the 40 in the 4.4 range. Has good hands, he makes some clutch catches but also I have seen him drop a few as well.

My favorite part about him is he is a great blocker and doesn't complain about that role. Urban Meyer said he was the best blocking receiver he had ever had.

Who knows how good he can be as he has been a footnote to the likes of Harvin and Murphy and all the playmakers that have been through Florida (not to mention if he had a QB with a more catchable ball).

I think he has always been a good blocker but the last two years he has progressed very well to a well rounded pocession (with a hint of speed) reciever. As far as projection, I have heard anywhere from 4th to UDFA. I would love to get him in the 4th, where I see him going.

The one thing about Cooper I noticed this year when he was the #1 receiver, he was VERY angry when he didn't get the ball. If you watch the Sugar Bowl, Riley was constantly whining when he wasn't getting the ball thrown to him even though we were up big. Of course, you always want a receiver that wants the ball.

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Sean Canfield QB - OSU

Here's a guy that is very intriguing (and why no one mentions him is beyond me). He stands in at 6'4” 215 lbs. He has solid arm strength, plays in a pro style offense, and is accurate (he's completed 67.9% of his passes this year 70% before a bad bowl game), he threw 21 td and 7 ints this year as well.

The major knock (and its a big one) is he is injury proned. He is a 3 year starter and only has 23 starts. That is why in a loaded draft he might make into the middle of day 2 where the risk is worth it IMO. And lets not forget the last Beavers QB we picked up is (I'll give you a hint his initials are MM).

Check out this video, they both show real maturity.

Link to Rotoworld article on risers and fallers

6. Oregon State QB Sean Canfield

The aforementioned top-heavy state of 2010's quarterback class seemingly gave Canfield a strong chance to sneak into the back end of the draft's first day, or at least secure a middle-round grade. He can forget about being a late riser after turning in his worst game of the year against BYU in the Las Vegas Bowl. Canfield, who completed over 66% of his passes in each of his final two seasons, managed just 168 yards with an interception and no touchdowns on 19-of-40 passing (47.5% completions, 4.2 YPA) despite a favorable matchup against the Cougars' No. 63 pass defense. Canfield was tutored at Oregon State by QB guru Mike Riley and played in the same pro-style offense that produced Derek Anderson and Matt Moore, but this was no way to close out a career.

That's Silva of Rotoworld's opinion why he's not mentioned more anyway.

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I would be estatic if we got Riley Cooper. He would be a white, younger version of Moose.

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2:45 p.m.-4:15 p.m. ET, North practice (Ladd-Peebles Stadium); South practice (Fairhope Stadium)

On NFL Network

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First Bit of Info..Officail weights and heights..

Brandom Graham

Michigan DE Brandon Graham measured 6'1/263 at Monday's Senior Bowl weigh-in.

Graham is the exact same weight and only one inch smaller than he was listed as a Wolverine, but NFL teams want their pass rushers to be at least 6'2". It's one of the main reasons Everette Brown fell to the second round in 2009. Graham also has some of the shorter arms (30 1/2") in Mobile.

per roto

more here

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Senior-Bowl-weighin-results-and-analysis.html

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Panther meet with OL vladimir ducasse

Adam Caplan of Scout.com is reporting that representatives from three teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Carolina Panthers and over very own Kansas City Chiefs met with University of Massachusetts offensive tackle Vladimir Ducasse sometime Sunday night in Mobile, Alabama, the site of the Senior Bowl.

http://arrowheadaddict.com/2010/01/25/chiefs-meet-with-ol-vladimir-ducasse/

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Day 1 notes..

Clemson’s Jacoby Ford showed great explosion off the line and good feet on the sidelines. He consistently snared the ball with his hands and quickly tucked it away.

Danario Alexander of Missouri towers over the other receivers and plays very upright. Despite that, he failed on a couple of chances to climb the ladder to make a catch on high Pike throws

http://www.realgmfootball.com/src_twelfthwriter/51/20100125/monday_senior_bowl_notes/

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SI risers and fallers Day 1

Geno Atkins/DT/Georgia: Atkins disappointed scouts with his play in 2009 but elevated his game on the first day of Senior Bowl practice. Atkins was explosive and unstoppable for most of the afternoon session. He was constantly getting penetration behind the line of scrimmage and regularly beating bigger, stronger opponents
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Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/football/nfl/01/25/seniorbowl.monday/#ixzz0dgE9C8AE

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