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ECUPantherFan

Member Since 19 Sep 2010
Last Active Mar 27 2015 02:40 PM
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In Topic: I am on Bre shad Perriman's bandwagon

26 March 2015 - 03:52 PM

Justin Hardy ran a 4.4 at his pro day today... just sayin.  MUCH better hands than Perriman.


In Topic: Carolina Panthers 3 Round Mock - Mid March Edition

19 March 2015 - 07:18 AM

I don't know how much stock I put in WalterFootball's Mock Drafts.. but for some reason I look at them every year.  FWIW, this is how he sees the Panthers draft going...

 

Round 1: Andrus Peat (OT) Stanford

Round 2: Nelson Agholor (WR) USC

Round 3: Duke Johnson (RB) Miami

Round 4: Daryl Williams (OT) Oklahoma

Round 5: Taiwan Jones (LB) Michigan State


In Topic: DeAngelo visiting the Steelers

11 March 2015 - 10:19 AM

Good for him.  I hope 34 lands somewhere.  He's got some good football left in him, I think.


In Topic: NFL Free Agency Update Thread

10 March 2015 - 03:48 PM

Former Cowboys WR/KR Dwayne Harris --> RT @D_Harris17: Will be talking my talents to the big apple #giants #NYC

 

Well, we whiffed on that one.


In Topic: College football fan challenge: Post your school's draft/UDFA prospects

04 March 2015 - 08:53 AM

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

 

 

Justin Hardy - WR - 6'0" 185lbs

 

 

NCAA All-Time leader for career receptions.  He has the best hands I've ever seen on a receiver at ECU.  I think I maybe saw him drop 2 catchable balls this season.  I have never seen a guy with more circus catches than Hardy.  He did the "Odell Beckham Jr" a month before Odell did it.  He has ridiculous quickness off the line, and more than makes up for his lack of top end speed.  I think he clocked in at a 4.5 at the combine.  So, he's fast, but he much quicker than he is fast.  He would be an ideal slot receiver, and will have a good career in the NFL.

 

 

Shane Carden - QB - 6'2" 220lbs

 

A winner.  Plain and simple.  He's got leadership out the wazoo.  His mechanics are a little iffy, and I'll be the first person to admit that.  He has a Phillip Rivers type throwing motion, but it worked out for RIvers, so why not Shane?  He's got good pocket presence, was constantly avoiding pressure with our crappy OL, and was great at improvising when throwing on the run.  He doesn't have the BEST deep ball I've ever seen, but he threw his fair share.  He'll be a good backup, and I think he could be an average starter.

 

2012 - 273 of 413, 3,116 Yards, 23 TD's, 10 INT's

2013 - 387 of 549, 4,139 Yards, 33 TD's, 10 INT's  (10 Rushing TD's)

2014 - 392 of 617, 4,736 Yards, 30 TD's, 10 INT's

 

Cam Worthy - WR - 6'3" 220lbs

 

He was our deep threat all season.  Virginia Tech fans will remember the numerous long bombs he caught in ECU's win in Blacksburg this year.  He is a 9-route guy, all the way.  Throw it deep, and his big body will go up and get it.  He was invited to the combine, but I don't see any stats from it.  Not sure what happened.

 

Terry Williams - DT - 6'1" 353lbs

 

"The Swamp Monster" was his nickname during his time in Greenville.  At 353lbs, he still clocks in at a 5.0 40 yard dash.  Most ESPN analysts said that they'd never seen a guy that big move that fast during games.  He takes on 2-3 blockers on average, and was a nightmare for opposing offenses.