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CG's Official Senior Bowl Daily Report Thread.

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Ex-Pack QB Russell Wilson was 5'10.5 and 203 pounds. However, had the second-biggest hands among QBs behind 6'5 Nick Foles.

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I wouldn't mind Iloka in the 2nd round.. he is probably just as good as Markelle Martin.

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WR's vs DB's right now. WR's looked good, Graham from NC St., Robinson from Arizona St, McNutt from Iowa but its a drill that favors the offense.

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Vinny Curry going heads up with Mike Adams OT from Ohio St. Good matchup, Adams won the first time, Curry won the second matchup.

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him who? jenkins or iloka?

i want both guys, tbh.

and brockers, of course.

Iloka.

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How about Brian Quick. I know he's not a big name for us but i'm still wondering. I think if we don't take a DB first we should take a look at Ryan Steed for a possible steal in the later rounds.

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I'm actually most interested to see Quinton Coples in action. I just want to see if he played like crap this year due to the new coaching at Carolina or that he gave up on the team. Either way I'd have concerns moving forward, but if he dominates the o-line in the senior bowl I think we'd have to take a look at him if he's there at 8 or 9.

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I'm actually most interested to see Quinton Coples in action. I just want to see if he played like crap this year due to the new coaching at Carolina or that he gave up on the team. Either way I'd have concerns moving forward, but if he dominates the o-line in the senior bowl I think we'd have to take a look at him if he's there at 8 or 9.

he won't be with that team enough to crap on.

i have no doubt that he will make himself look good in the senior bowl and at the combine, but his stock will be overrated beasue of those isolated events.

it's when people really start digging in that they will see what he really brings and that's when i think he'll take a surprising (according to analysts and draftniks) drop in the draft.

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That write up is coming guys. I had it all written out and my Internet blatantly refreshed on me. I'll rewrite it after I go throw a few things and blow of some steam.

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4:17 p.m. CT -- Brad Nortman (P/Wisconsin) was kicking moon shots all afternoon. His punts were consistently flying 55-to-60 yards with great hang time.

Sounds like a great punter that could probably come in as UDFA

4:01 p.m. CT -- Senio Kelemete (G/Washington) has been incredibly athletic on the field and has stopped several top-rated pass rushers -- including Jack Crawford of Penn State -- dead in their tracks. In the full scrimmage Kelemete annihilated Vinny Curry on one play.

Could be a 4th round OG prospect to keep an eye on. Could get into the 3rd though.

3:49 p.m. CT -- Alfonzo Dennard (CB/Nebraska) has struggled. He does not show a quick backpedal and struggled transitioning to run downfield with receivers. The usually reliable Dennard has not gotten his feet underneath him yet.

Didn't want before, and don't want now.

3:46 p.m. CT -- Vinny Curry (DE/Marshall) has looked terrific in the early going. He's been matched up against Ohio State tackle Mike Adams, who has been rising up draft boards, yet he's bettered the Big Ten lineman. Curry has looked quick, athletic and fluid. Adams reverted to holding Curry in an attempt slow him down.

- To his credit Adams did rebound and has looked very good run blocking.

Please draft Curry in the 2nd Hurney.

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