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If we can't get Tate he is a great consultation prize. He has looked impressive this week in practice. He has solid hands and is extremely fast and quick.

Canfield had a good day in the 11 on 11s. He would be an excellent backup for Moore as they have very similar strengths (good on the run, average arm strength, and accurate). He ran a couple of rollouts that I could have swore it looked almost like two weeks ago with Moore out there slinging it around.

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i have heard another knock on The Golden Calf of Bristol is lack of arm strength. any visible truth to that in the 7 on 7 drills?

He doesn't have the most zip on them but he has laid a couple of good deep balls out there. I think his issues will arise when the pressure is on and his footwork and sloppy throwing motion get him into trouble.

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I'd sell my firstborn for LeFevour. So he's been looking good at dropping back and tacking snaps under center?

Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour lacks Pike's big arm, but was able to drive the ball with more authority than Canfield. However, he was the most erratic thrower Tuesday, struggling to hit his receivers in full stride. He has been limited in practice, as he has been asked to remain strictly in the pocket. Without the threat of scrambling, LeFevour's less-than-ideal accuracy is being exposed a bit against the North's quality defensive backs.

http://www.mlive.com/chippewas/index.ssf/2010/01/dan_lefevours_practices_contin.html

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lots of good things about Geno atkins..might be a good fit at the 3tech in this scheme..from a SI article

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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Day 3 stuff

Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour again failed to impress

and has looked out of his element all week. Unlike Canfield, he appeared indecisive with the football today, failing to decipher information quickly and struggling with his accuracy any time he was asked to throw the ball down the field

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Senior-Bowl-Day-3-impressions.html

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I don't know what there looking for they both looked good today. But it was a tell of opposites, LeFevour looked good with the 1 on 1 and 7 on 7 drills but look erratic in the 11 on 11s. Canfield looked only decent at best in the 1 on 1 and 7 on 7s but looked good in the 11 on 11 when they used play action and got him on a naked boot (thus my comparison to Moore.

I think Canfield is the best fit for what Fox's looks for but I like LeFevours athleticism better. I think the drills he has mainly been running have been limiting him because his best attribute is making plays out side the pocket when the play breaks down (whether with his arm or legs).

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More risers and sliders

Jared Odrick/DL/Penn State: Odrick looked like a man possessed on Wednesday and was impossible to stop. He was both quick and powerful, defeating blocks off the snap with a great first step or powerfully moving opponents off the line with great leg drive. After showing flashes the first two days, Odrick really put it together today

Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/football/nfl/01/27/senior.bowl.day.3/#ixzz0drn9t9u9

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