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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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The Golden Calf of Bristol looked awful lol

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a guy we were talking too at the east-west shrine game out for the year

Wisconsin DE O'Brien Schofield tore his left ACL on the first day of Senior Bowl practices Monday.

The Defensive MVP of last week's East-West Shrine Game, Schofield ranked second in the nation in tackles for loss and second in the Big Ten in sacks as a fifth-year senior. He was a probable second- to third-round pick before the injury, but now may fall out of the draft altogether. Some team is still likely to sign and stash Schofield on I.R. for 2010 because of his upside.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=NFL&id=5775

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Southern California safety Taylor Mays drew the ire of one general manager and a team's top pro personnel man when he leveled wide receiver Andre Roberts (The Citadel) on a deep route. Mays was covering over the top to help the cornerback on the play.

In that drill, the NFL types just want to see Mays make a play on the ball. They can see how he hits on film or when everybody is in full pads.

http://www.ajc.com/sports/atlanta-falcons/uga-s-jeff-owens-283287.html?cxtype=rss_sports_82014

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Some links

Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is nothing if not confident. When Oregon running back LeGarrett Blount pulled up short on a pass play, Weatherspoon chirped ``What's wrong, No. 9 (Blount)? You didn't want that ball.'' Blount gained infamy this season for punching a Bolse State after an opening-game loss

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Senior-Bowl-Day-1-Quick-Hits.html

http://cowboysblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2010/01/from-the-senior-bowl-1.html

on the QB

http://sdg.scout.com/2/940997.html

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Terrence Cody looks like crap, which isnt a shock.

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I wonder who the Panthers will "scout heavily" and not draft this year :sosp:

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Jarrett Brown had a good day today..Interesting player

Obviously, it'd make me, Squirrel and some others smile if the Panthers got him :lol:

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