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  1. Seneschal2

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    Woods is one to consider as a developmental prospect, as he seems to have all the tools to work with. His senior season was his only one as a full time starter, so he's still progressing. Highly impressive at the Combine with his size, athleticism, and interviews. Check out these numbers:

    HT/WT 6' 3 5/8" 309 Arms 36" Hands 11" Vertical 37" (WOW!) 40 5.12

    Word is, he's now rising from a 6th-7th projection to as early as round 3.






     
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    Woods had a great combine, I could see him going anywhere from 55-80 depending on whether or not there is a run on DL in round 2
     
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    Very nice physical measurements, but can he play?
    36" arms make up for only being 6'3.
    A Ty Warren type perhaps? Does he have 2 gap experience?
     
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    I guess earlier in his career he was known as a run stuffer. The coaching staff pulled him aside and told him to get after the QB. 2 gappin shouldn't be a problem for Woods.
     
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