Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Senior Bowl: Monday Notes

QB Tim Tebow, Florida: Like most people expected was inconsistent throwing the football, had a hard time taking snaps under center. Will need to improve his performance during the week.

QB Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State: He had the best day of all the South quarterbacks throwing the football and show that he was a good overall athlete.

QB Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan: LeFevour might have been the most impressive of all quarterbacks in practice at the Senior Bowl. He should good accuracy, foot work and was consistent throwing the football.

RB Dexter McCluster, Mississippi: Showed that despite being small that he can make plays and handle the pounding running the football, people where impressed with him.

RB Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State: Dixon showed that he is a big physical back that should excel in short yardage and goal line situations.

RB LeGarrette Blount, Oregon: This is a big week for Blount, he didn’t get to play much this season because of the punch he threw in the first game against Boise State, and showed the ability to run down hill and run with good leverage.

WR Brandon LaFell, LSU: LaFell is not at the Senior Bowl because he has made the decision to not play and just get ready for the NFL Combine.

WR Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati: Gilyard had a good day in terms of run routes and catching the football, he should good foot work and change of direction.

DE Jerry Hughes, TCU: Hughes is at the Senior Bowl because he has made the decision to not play and just get ready for the NFL Combine. NFL teams wanted to work him out at OLB and DE so this might hurt him because they won’t be able to see him in game situations at both positions at the NFL Combine.

DT Terrence Cody, Alabama: Cody weight in a 370 pounds, he need to work to lose some weight before the NFL Combine.

OLB Eric Norwood, South Carolina: Norwood struggled in pass coverage and because of that might end up being a 3-4 OLB instead of the 4-3 OLB.

CB Patrick Robinson, Florida State: Robinson at times today looked like a 1st round pick and at other times looked like a 4th round pick, teams are going to have to figure out what type of player he really is.

CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest: Ghee showed good coverage skills in practice and looks the part physically of a big time cornerback at the next level.

S Taylor Mays, USC: As many people have talked at the Senior Bowl, he might have to play OLB in the NFL, some what in the mold of Thomas Davis of the Carolina Panthers who was a safety at Georgia before moving to OLB.

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