week 3 standouts
Kendall Fuller, CB Va Tech. 6'0 190 sophomore. he cannot enter the draft until 2016, but he is probably top 2 CBs in college football. has great feet for the position, no extra steps when breaking on the football. mostly plays man-to-man but has shown the ability to play both off and press. can get very physical in press, and plays both inside over the slot and outside. really like his game.great hips, decent deep speed (appears to be 4.4), and willing run stopper.
Phillip Dorsett, WR Da U. 5'10 195 senior. played HS ball at the famous St. Thomas in Florida. has an abundance of speed. strength coach clocked him in as fast as a 4.1 in the 40 this past spring. tough as hell, and is a very dynamic playmaker. can get behind a defense and has some what decent route running ability. has played in a pro style offense for 4 years, so he could make that translation easier as far as some communicate and verbiage. has return abilities as well. torched arkansas st for 200 yards with only 4 catches and 2 TDs.
Corey Robinson, OT South Carolina 6'8 344 and AJ Cann LG South Carolina 6'4 311. this duo is huge, nasty, and have very good feet. they help control the LOS vs a very good front 7 in Georgia. they created holes for the RBs and passed blocked effectively for most of the night. they ran a power to the left side for a good gain where Cann blocked down on the 4/5 technique, while Robinson kick out the OLB to create a huge hole for the RB. i think Robinson would be ideal on the right side because he can be beat by speed rushers at times, but held his on vs Floyd a very athletic speed rusher.
Sterling Shepard, WR Oklahoma. 5'10 195. the best WR at oklahoma, including DGB( right now).does it all, outside and inside. started in the slot when Stills, Broyles where still there on campus. has that little guy toughness to him, very physical guy. catches with his hands and breaks tackles with ease. has had 2 100 yard games in 3 weeks, plus he is the punt returner for the sooners. caught 40+ balls as a freshman, and should be well past that number this year as a junior.
Terry Williams, NT ECU. 6'1 353. fire hydrate, with light feet. can beat you with power, or speed. was a terror and unblockable vs Va Tech. only played about 30 reps, and conditioning needs to improve. would disrupt plays from the beginning by beating up the center and demanded a double. played a lot of 0 technique, head up on the center. haven't seen a guy that size move like that since. vince and bj. would be a great nose for the panthers, and mid round pick if he can stay healthy.
Kevin White, WR West Virginia.6'3 210