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  1. jczxohn1

    jczxohn1 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Why do i not see Poz's 40 time?
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    Top ten results? 4.6 was as high as it went.
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    Brian Robinson out of Texas-Austin had himself quite a combine.
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    Carriker's times in the shuttle are absurd. Tied for second on the bench as well. Looks like he's doing nothing but improving his stock.
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    Just to remind everyone, it doesn't matter who runs the fastest in a straight line or jumps the highest in shorts. The draft is not about taking the best sprinter or bench presser, but the best FOOTBALL PLAYER.
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    Here's an interesting factiod I spotted while perusing several draft sites. One site had a list of the all time best combine times in the various drills. It was very interesting to see that in most drills, the best times were recorded by guys I never heard of, or who had minimal careers. The one drill that seemed to have the most reality between time and career success was the 3 cone drill. BTW-old "friend" Deon Branch had the second best time, ever in that drill. So did a number of other very good players.

    Again what surprised me the most was how FEW great players were among those top times.
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    EXACTLY. Beware of wasting picks on workout warriors who don't know how to play championship-level football.
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    He did, but he stumbled some on some of the DLman drills, and showed that "he has feet for hands" in trying to catch the ball. Not a huge deal for his position, but ...............

    She sure was quick and fast though. I wonder how he plays on game day.
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    Yeah, but on the other hand, Mike Mamula had good work outs, and yet.....................oops, bad example.:)
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    And how about that guy Urlacher who came out of nowhere with great combine numbers. When have you heard from him lately? Hey, wait a second...

    It's surprisingly easy to find examples on both sides -- college also-rans with amazing size and athleticism who do well in the NFL, and productive college stars who fizzle at the pro level. You hear it most often in the debate over top QBs in the draft -- Bledsoe vs. Mirer, Manning vs. Leaf, Couch vs. Smith. No clear pattern. Drafting is hard.

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    Looks like Antwan Barnes solidified his chance of getting drafted. He was top 3 in a lot of categories. Coming from a small school he may be a diamond in the rough, but equally he could be just as bad. He should at least get an interview.

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