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    Jackson State! Walter Peyton's alma mater!

    I have to watch more Sr bowl practices, the is where DRC showed his stuff last year
     
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    Haven't seen much of Johnson. He's been invisible so far at the Senior Bowl, except he reportedly was thin as a rail at the weigh-in.

    Two liekly mid-round tall CBs to keep an eye on in addition to Johnson:

    1. Keenan Lewis, Oregon St. 6'1", 196#, 4.50. According to Scott Wright the Patriots were seen paying particular attention to Lewis yesterday at the Senior Bowl.

    2. Coye Francis, San Jose St. 6'1", 185#, 4.45. Very athletic. Has been getting rave reviews so far at the Senior Bowl.

    Not to mention Utah's Sean Smith, 6'3", 210#, who's in a whole 'nother league.
     
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    I like his potential to be a top flight CB, has prototypical size and speed. However this concerns me:
    "There were bright spots, as he improved as the practice went on, but he's long-legged and struggled to mirror the quicker receivers' routes."
     
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    Jackson should be there at this afternoon's South practice along with Francis. Lewis was drawing attaboys from Mayock and Charles whatshisnamemystupidbrainhasshutdownagain.
     
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    That just means he won't be first choice to cover Welker in the slot.
     
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    Not quite as tall, but what about Sherrod Martin from Troy? 6'0", 191#, around 4.45, and supposedly very athletic and physical. Has anyone seen much of him?
     
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    Sherrod Martin is a older propect will be 25 year old Rookie...sometimes based on age these Guys can come right in and play. I would take him with either of our Second Rounders.

    http://www.draftcountdown.com/scoutingreports/cb/Sherrod-Martin.php
     
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    BB covets quickness in the CB he drafts. Not saying he wont be a good player, but perhaps a player that NEP will pass on. IMO he wont be around for either of our 2nd round draft picks. I think he is gonna pull a DRC, by which I mean come out of nowhere a week before the Combine, light it up and move up enough to be out of our range. Barring trade down, picks for Cassel etc. etc.
     
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