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I'd like to put out a two year early binky alert on Vinnie Sunseri.
I echo this 100% and then some
Originally Posted by Merril Hoge's Tie Knot
Burton runs the wildcat right? Maybe the Jets will go after him.
After their laughable gameplanning the other night, I have no idea what they plan to do.
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I have plenty of seniors that I like, for all 3 days of the draft, from potential top 10 picks to UDFAs. Guys like DT Star Lotulelei, DT Jesse Williams, DT John Jenkins, DT Kawann Short, DE Tank Carradine, DE Margus Hunt, DE Devin Taylor, DE Dion Jordan, WR Tavon Austin, OL Barrett Jones, OG Johnathan Cooper, PT Brandon Williams, OT Kyle Long, OT Luke Marquardt, TE Michael Williams, just to name a few. Lots more.
2013 NFL Draft - Preliminary Senior Binkies
2nd-3rd Round Prospects
At first glance, the 2013 NFL Draft looks favorable to trade down from the first round and pick up a second round draft selection and a third round draft selection.
Patriots' Training Camp Day 3:
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Don't remember if I saw him somewhere in this thread earlier but someone that should be in contention for that late round OT spot is this guy.
Luke Marquardt, OT, Azusa Pacific
Someone else's eval.
School: Azusa Pacific
I will start this off with Luke Marquardt. A guy most of you have probably never heard of. Marquardt is massive. Listed at 6'10 320 but Josh Buchanan says he is closer to 6'8. Competition is certainly a concern as Azusa Pacific is a NAIA school. His intangibles are hard to ignore and if he proves he can dominate at a low level there is absolutely no reason why he shouldn't be given a shot. He is a former basketball player so you know he has a quick feet. Long arms as well. Look for him in the future.
The Azusa Pacific OL coach is Jackie Slater, NFL HoFer and father of Patriot Matt Slater. He's also a former TE converted to OT and has quick feet. I'd be comfrotable taking a 7th round flyer or as a UDFA.
Chris Steuber has a website and on it, he tracks which CFB games NFL scouts are attending. Looking back through the weeks, here's which games the Patriots are/have attended:
TCU at Baylor
NFL teams attending: New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks.
Prospects to watch: Baylor: CB Chance Casey, SS *Ahmad Dixon, DE *Tevin Elliott, QB Nick Florence, CB Demetri Goodson, K *Aaron Jones, OT Cameron Kaufhold, CB *K.J. Morton, TE *Jordan Najvar, WR *Tevin Reese, OL *Cyril Richardson, RB Jarred Salubi, WR Lanear Sampson, RB **Lache Seastrunk, C Ivory Wade, WR Terrance Williams; TCU: WR *Josh Boyce, OLB Kenny Cain, WR Skye Dawson, OT *James Dunbar, OG Blaize Foltz, DE Ross Forrest, C James Fry, RB *Waymon James, DE/OLB Stansly Maponga, QB *Casey Pachall, RB Matthew Tucker.
Florida State at North Carolina State
NFL teams attending: Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams.
Prospects to watch: North Carolina State: OG Zach Allen, DB *David Amerson, FS Brandan Bishop, TE Mario Carter, DE *Darryl Cato-Bishop, RB *Tony Creecy, OT *Rob Crisp, QB Mike Glennon, OT R.J. Mattes, DE Art Norman, WR Tobais Palmer, DT Brian Slay, OG Andrew Wallace, RB James Washington, TE *Asa Watson, C Andrew Wentz, S Earl Wolff; Florida State: DE Cornellius Carradine, DT Everett Dawkins, K Dustin Hopkins, DE Brandon Jenkins (injured), OLB *Christian Jones, SS *LaMarcus Joyner, QB E.J. Manuel, DT Anthony McCloud, DT Jaccobi McDaniel, OLB Nick Moody, RB Lonnie Pryor, CB *Xavier Rhodes, WR Rodney Smith, RB Chris Thompson, DE *Bjoern Werner, ILB Vince Williams.
Clemson at Boston College
NFL teams attending: Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers.
Prospects to watch: Boston College: OT Emmett Cleary, WR *Jonathan Coleman, OLB *Steele Divitto, TE Chris Pantale, OLB *Kevin Pierre-Louis, DT Kaleb Ramsey, QB *Chase Rettig, WR *Bobby Swigert, OT John Wetzel; Clemson: QB *Tajh Boyd, CB Xavier Brewer, K *Chandler Catanzaro, RB Andre Ellington, TE Brandon Ford, C Dalton Freeman, DE Mallicaiah Goodman, FS Rashard Hall, WR *DeAndre Hopkins, SS Jonathan Meeks, OLB Jonathan Willard.
Baylor at Louisiana-Monroe
NFL teams attending: Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and New York Jets.
Prospects to watch: Louisiana-Monroe: QB *Kolton Browning, FS *Isaiah Newsome; Baylor: CB Chance Casey, SS *Ahmad Dixon, DE *Tevin Elliott, QB Nick Florence, CB Demetri Goodson, K *Aaron Jones, OT Cameron Kaufhold, CB *K.J. Morton, TE *Jordan Najvar, WR *Tevin Reese, OL *Cyril Richardson, RB Jarred Salubi, WR Lanear Sampson, RB **Lache Seastrunk, C Ivory Wade, WR Terrance Williams.
Auburn at Mississippi State
NFL teams attending: Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.
Prospects to watch: Mississippi State: DE *Denico Autry, CB Johnthan Banks, DT Josh Boyd, CB Corey Broomfield, WR Chad Bumphis, C *Dillon Day, OG *Gabe Jackson, OLB Cameron Lawrence, RB *LaDarius Perkins, QB *Tyler Russell, OLB *Deontae Skinner, CB Darius Slay, FS *Nickoe Whitley; Auburn: OLB Daren Bates, CB T'Sharvan Bell, WR Emory Blake, DE/OLB *Nosa Eguae, DE/OLB *Corey Lemonier, TE Philip Lutzenkirchen, RB Onterio McCalebb, K *Cody Parkey, WR Travante Stallworth, OG John Sullen, DT *Jeffrey Whitaker.
Elon at North Carolina
NFL teams attending: Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers.
Prospects to watch: North Carolina: OG Travis Bond, S *Tre Boston, OG Jonathan Cooper, WR Erik Highsmith, OT *James Hurst, DE *Tim Jackson, DE *Kareem Martin, LB Kevin Reddick, QB *Bryn Renner, OT Brennan Williams, DT Sylvester Williams; Elon: WR Aaron Mellette.
Miami (FL) at Boston College
NFL teams attending: New England Patriots, New York Giants and New York Jets.
Prospects to watch: Miami (FL): OLB Ramon Buchanan, RB *Eduardo Clements, TE *Asante Cleveland, DE *Shayon Green, OT *Seantrel Henderson, SS *A.J. Highsmith, WR *Allen Hurns, RB *Mike James, OT *Jermaine Johnson, OG *Brandon Linder, CB Brandon McGee, QB *Stephen Morris, SS Vaughn Telemaque; Boston College: OT Emmett Cleary, WR *Jonathan Coleman, OLB *Steele Divitto, TE Chris Pantale, OLB *Kevin Pierre-Louis, DT Kaleb Ramsey, QB *Chase Rettig, WR *Bobby Swigert, OT John Wetzel.
Colorado State at Colorado
NFL teams attending: Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers.
Prospects to watch: Colorado: OT *David Bakhtiari, FS *Jered Bell, OT Ryan Dannewitz, OLB Jon Major, DE Will Pericak, FS Ray Polk, DT Eric Richter, LB Doug Rippy, DE *Chidera Uzo-Diribe; Colorado State: LB *Shaquil Barrett, TE *Crockett Gilmore, OG *Jordan Gragert, RB *Chris Nwoke, C *Weston Richburg
Southern Methodist at Baylor
NFL teams attending: Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In light of possible Baylor interest, Terrance Williams the WR seems like the obvious interest but perhaps it's Cyril Richardson:
Cyril Richardson, OG*- Richardson is a large man, listed at 6í5Ē, 335 pounds. He played 12 games and started 4 of them at left guard as a freshman before moving outside to left tackle as a sophomore to protect RGIIIís blind side. Now he is shifting back inside to guard where he is probably a better fit due to his natural size and power, but lack of ideal lateral agility to stay at tackle. He could be a solid tackle in my opinion, perhaps more if he was played at right tackle, but I think his highest upside is inside at guard due to his size and arm length. He isnít overly explosive out of his stance, but he has shown the ability to pancake defenders in the run game and generate some push. Iíve seen him make a few mistakes mentally in pass protection, particularly on stunts or strange blitz packages, so that will be something to keep an eye on this season at guard.
Kyle Van Noy
Not exhaustive lists, but these are the prospects that evoke more than a rational. logical response in terms of need and fit. These are prospects "I want". As you can see, next year will be a really enjoyable year for me potentially.
I'm either neutral towards or in love with everyone on that list.