Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Senior Bowl: Tuesday Notes

OL Vladimir Ducasse, UMass: Ducasse looked slow and his foot work was inconsistent, he got beat in pass pro and seemed not to be able to control guys at the line of scrimmage with his punch.

OL Mike Iupati, Idaho: Iupati showed at guard why people love him because he can be dominate inside, he struggled a little bit when he was asked to play left tackle, and it just didn’t look natural for him.

TE Ed Dickson, Oregon: Dickson so far this week has shown the ability to be a top notch tight end, he has hands and is ability to run routes like a wide receiver and has been better as a blocker then what people have thought.

DE Brandon Graham, Michigan: People are question Graham’s ability to play defensive end in a 4-3 defense because he lack height and has somewhat short arms but one-on-ones today he look outstanding.

DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State: Carrington a late add who was going to play in the Texas vs. the Nation game next week, look big, physical and has some pass rushing ability, he is someone to watch this week.

DT Geno Atkins, Georgia : There was a lot of buzz today about Atkins and he performance, he is a little bit light for a defensive tackle at only 286 pounds but is extremely quick, firing off the snap, and showed the ability to get into the backfield. He has help his draft grade so far this week.

DT D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech: Smith is quick and strong and does a good job changing directions, he has been one of the more impressive defensive tackles.

LB Donald Butler, Washington: Butler has shown ever good athleticism is both his pass rushing skills as well as his pass coverage skills.

LB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri: Weatherspoon has been all over the filed and making plays, most likely fits as a 4-3 outside linebacker on the weakside in a Tampa Two type defense, but if he is allowed to chase can be a play maker like he has shown so far in practice.

CB Chris Cook, Virginia: Cook has been a lit up and down this week so far, he has very good at times and been beating, he has good size and there is some thoughts that he might be better as a free-safety, because he looks a little tight in the hips.

S Nate Allen, South Florida: Allen has been the best safety on either team and has shown good coverage ability.

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