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Pro Day Updates: John Busing, Brandon Guillory

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    Some NFL teams in attendance said John Bushing's physical tools and explosive power were better than nearly every other linebacker they had seen in the draft and, coupling that with his All- MAC selections and two consecutive season’s with over 100 tackles, "The Beast" may be one of the fast rising players on draft day

    Guillory, who had a great career for the Indians, has done nothing but impress since the 2005 season began. He finished 6th in the nation with 10.5 sacks in 2005. He also added 18.5 tackles for losses last season. Guillory, as expected, has been a great workout player at Pro Days, which has impressed scouts enough to make him a viable Day 2 draft prospect. Guillory regularly timed in the 4.4’s to 4.5’s at ULM, so speed isn’t a problem.

    At 6’ 4" and 254 pounds, his weight isn’t ideal for an NFL defensive end for some schemes, but his speed, quickness and athletic ability make him a viable possibility as a 3-4 outside linebacker. We would not be surprised if some teams checked him out as tight end, as he has the ideal size and speed to excel at that spot. Plus, he arrived at ULM as a wide receiver.
     
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    Both are very intriguing prospects who still don't seem to be on many draft sites at all (completely under the radar). Their Pro Day performances will definitely put them on some teams draft boards though. It will be interesting to see where they end up going. If some team is particularly interested in them, they could end up going day 1 - or they could slip way into day 2. At this point, it seems like a complete unknown where they'll go. I'd love to see the Pats take one of them on day 2 - as either OLB or TE projects.
     
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