Terry Hawthorne - DB - Fighting Illini
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler pinpointed Illinois CB Terry Hawthorne as a player who stood out on the field during the first day of East-West Shrine practices.
Brugler also noted that Packers GM Ted Thompson is in attendance. Per Brugler, Hawthorne looked "fluid in his backpedal" and showed impressive "transition quickness" in coverage while "getting physical" with receivers. Hawthorne started 11-of-12 games as a senior, racking up four tackles for loss, one sack, and an interception. Rotoworld's Josh Norris believes Hawthorne is an early third-day prospect who could move up in the pre-draft process.
East-West Shrine game
Posted 14 January 2013 - 06:31 PM
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Posted 14 January 2013 - 10:27 PM
yep Hayward was at the senior bowl tho. but it is a 6'4 safety who played at Richmond that sounds interesting as well as the CB from Illinois.ready for the next 2 days.
Every year there's a DB who shows out in these practices.. Norman did last year so did I believe Casey Hayward did as well
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I am big on Wolff and not sure why "experts" don't have him ranked a bit higher. Yet they continue to say Robert Lester is a second day pick, baffling.
Interesting that Marlon McCree is coaching the safeties for the East. Also noticed that Earl Wolff (Safety) had a good practice. I think Wolff has potential as a late round guy that may be worth looking at.
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