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  1. numbah39

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    I was reading the pro-day results on NFL.com and happened to pass by this guy at San Jose States' pro-day.

    The Cal-Poly SLO product worked out at San Jose as part of their pro day and he really stood out with eye-popping numbers. He originally started school there as a wide receiver and was moved to DB in 2004. Brown (6-1 3/8, 200) ran two 40s, notching a 4.35 and 4.32. He had a vertical jump of 41 ½ inches, a 10-foot-11 broad jump, a 4.07 short shuttle, a 7.10 three-cone and 15 bench presses.

    Is it me or are those numbers crazy? 6'1" 200lbs runs a 4.3 and a 41 inch vert. Sleeper???
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    I dunno, but the short shuttle and 3 cone drills seemed slow for a db? perhaps not that fluid in the hips?
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    4.07 is damn good. the 3 cone, I agree though.
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    The three cone is slow and I know he's not the prototypical Pats corner but those numbers put him up there with the top db's in the draft. I'll be curious to see where he ends up.
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    Is 15 bench presses a lot for a 200 pound guy at a speed position?
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    15 is good for a CB/FS type.
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    8) Courtney Brown/CB/Cal-Poly: One of the nation's most athletic cornerbacks, Brown put on a show for scouts. Weighing 200 pounds, he ran his 40s in the mid-4.3s, turned in a vertical jump of 41.5 inches and posted a short shuttle of 4.06 seconds. A leg injury suffered during testing prevented Brown from participating in defensive back drills.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/03/08/pauline.risers.sliders/index.html

    Courtney Brown is among the risers in the draft accoring to this article.
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