Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by mayoclinic, Jan 23, 2010.
terrence cody weighed in at 370 today. do you think it will hurt his draft stock?
Charles Scott is there, he was having an x-ray.
Mt. Cody just weighed in at 370lbs.....
I think Tony Pike has a very solid week.
Also, Eric Norwood. Hopefully not too good though; I want us to be able to draft him later than his actual value!
Mike Iupati has 35" arms.
As a comparison, Mankins arms were measured at 33 3/8" before the Draft in 2005.
Brandon Graham came in at 6'1" 263lbs.
Slightly shorter than I would have like, but those dimensions will work. BTW, where are you guys getting your numbers from?
It's sort of a paradox: you want him to do well to validate your assessment of him, but you also don't want him to do (too) well, b/c a 3rd round sleeper could easily turn into a much earlier selection.
He's already measured in at 6'6" 267# with almost 34" arms. He certainly looks the part.
Damn, damn and damn.
His stock is rising by the minute.
So far this week, Mike Iupati and Brandon Graham seem like the biggest winners. Dan Williams has also done well. Tim Tebow has not done anything to convince doubters that he has a future at QB. Trent Williams and Jerry Hughes dropped out of the game.
CJ Wilson of the National Football Post reports that Iupati's stock is rising fast:
" In popular NFL parlance, Idaho offensive guard Mike Iupati is a beast. Already regarded as the top pure offensive guard prospect in the draft, Iupati has vaulted himself into first round status with a strong showing at the Senior Bowl this week. ...
NFL scouts are projecting him anywhere from the middle to the later portion of the first round. ... Former Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns scout Daniel Jeremiah weighed in on Iupati this week. 'Most likely Pro Bowler if you took a poll of scouts at the Senior Bowl,' Jeremiah stated. 'Rare size, strength and quickness. Sticks out like a sore thumb.' "
Wilson: Iupati rising up the draft charts | National Football Post
Kyle Wilson, Jared Odrick, and Dexter McCluster have been impressive, as has the guy who knocked Iupati on his butt -- Alex Carrington. Iupati is hardly the big winner.
I was referring to the players in the original poll. The guys you have mentioned are undoubtedly big winners as well. McCluster has been the most impressive offensive skill player by far.
My bad. :bricks:
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