01-22-2013, 07:26 AM
Second Team and Threatening Starter's Job
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Sydney, Australia
Re: Post Bowl Game All Star Games
I just got to watch day 1 of the North practices so I'll share some of my thoughts.
Datone Jones- DE- UCLA
Explosive, violent hands, moves well for his size, dominant in 1 on 1's. Plays DE but I would bulk him up a bit more and move him inside.
Kawann Short- DT- Purdue
Flashed dominance inside, good size, violent hands. I think he tried a little too hard in 1 on 1's and lost his technique, but should play well in the game.
Sylvester Williams- DT- UNC
Like Short, I think he tried a little too hard in 1 on 1's and lost some technique, be he also showed the ability to penetrate inside. A very good pass rushing DT but we already knew that. What he does against the run will be the telling factor.
Eric Fisher- OT- Central Michigan
Easily the top OT in the group, was dominant in most 1 on 1's. Showed why he will be a top 20 pick.
David Quessenberry- San Jose State
I thought he held his own inside, battled well and competed
WR- Markus Wheaton- Oregon State
Competed better than any other WR and had some great battles. Easily the top WR on the North squad.
Desmond Trufant- Washington
May have given away a few penalties in a game situation but he was physical and battled on every play. I don't mind the penalties because of the way he competed hard and didn't give an inch.
Jordan Poyer- Oregon State
Like Trufant, he competed harder than any of the other North DB's. Physical at the line against Wheaton, solid on coverage in 1 on 1's.
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