FanPost

Day 2

Players to look at

CB
Michael Coe  6 1 190   ALA State
An Arkansas transfer that played up to his physical tools as a senior under the guidance of his father and head coach. He was used at both corner and free safety depending on an opponent's offensive scheme. He has good size, can turn and run with most receivers and plays with a physical flair to his game. He showed up well in his postseason games. He has man coverage ability mixed with very good ball skills. He's a good wrap-up tackler and ran in the mid-4.4 range at his workouts. He's a coach's kid who works hard, which should help him play early in his career.

CJ Gaddis   6 205   Clemson
Gaddis is a strong athlete who has all the skills needed to become a quality NFL corner - size, speed and tackling ability. He is very aggressive in both run support and coverage and plays a physical game with strong hands that enable him to use the bump and run well. He matches up well with big wideouts and can be physical both at line and in coverage with the power to make big hits. In run support, he is one of the better tacklers with the ability to get off blocks and deliver big hits Physical, raw cover man with the athletic ability to make an NFL roster. He needs to show quick development in several critical areas. He should be an early factor in the dime package, and has the potential to develop into a starting corner. Nice upside with the physical package to be a tough gunner on special teams while he develops

CJ Wilson 6 1 195  Baylor
Wilson has all the skills needed to become a top-quality NFL player at either cornerback or safety. He has fine speed and quickness along with the ball instincts and agility to match up in man coverage. He lacks the top recovery speed to rank with the top prospects but has learned the finer points of the position. He will support the run strong with the ability to get off blockers and make sure tackles.

OL
OT Mike Otto  6 5 305  Purdue He has smooth footwork and stands out in pass protection. He lacks that mauling ability that teams like to see out of players, especially ones who might convert to offensive guard at the next level  .. has 36 career starts at left tackle, so it goes without saying that he's very experienced. He excels at pass blocking and rarely allows a sack
G/C/OT Ryan Keenan 6 4  300  Northwestern He played guard during his junior season for the Wildcats before being switched to tackle for his senior season.  Keenan is a very conditioned athlete. he has won the team's Iron Cat Aware (off-season strength and conditioning programhe ran times  his times were in the top three in the country

OG  Herbert Taylor   6  4 296 TCU  
Taylor is a very athletic lineman who needs his pro position defined after playing left tackle. He has the mobility, technique and quickness to be a starting NFL lineman. He has good feet and can run, which should allow him to pull well from the inside. He comes off the ball quickly and his sound positioning allows him to gain an early advantage consistently. He has a good knowledge of proper angles, and when he gets his hands on the defender he can lock him down.

OG/C  Kyle Young 6 5 330 Fresno St

QB Toby Korrodi  6’3 #234 Central Missouri
Has long arms and a strong wrist to get the ball out quickly in his release ... Has nimble feet sliding in the pocket and the leg drive to break tackles in the short run ... Moves effectively driving back from center to his pass-set point, demonstrating good body control and agility in and out of the pocket ... Smooth and efficient driving back quickly from center ... Sets up quickly, whether in a three- or five-step drop and gets into position and is ready to throw ... Makes quick decisions and shows good poise under pocket pressure . Led all passers at the Combine with a 63.0 miles-per-hour ball speed . Korrodi is much more like former Raiders great Ken Stabler because of his long ball accuracy and home-run ability ...

DT  Walter Thomas 6  3  370  Northwest Mississippi Community

NT   Kieth Jackson   6 #300  Ark

NT   Larry Brown   6 3   295  OK ST

NT Paul Soliai   6  4  315  Utah

DE Greg Peterson North Carolina Central 6’5" #286

He has over 100 tackles and 25.5 tackles for loss in his illustrious career. He has the strength to bull rush and the speed to chase down backs from behind. He is one of the fastest rising prospects since the NFL Combine. As of March he is a 7th-PFA type, but, don't be surprised if he hears his name called as high as the 5th or 6th round.

OLB  Antwan Barnes  6  1  ,   240  Flo International – An explosive edge pass rusher, he played down as a small defensive end late in his career, but at 6-foot-1, 240-pounds is best suited for linebacker. He has a exceptional first step, knows how to use his hands to control and disengage from blockers quickly, has the ability to keep his feet, locate the ball and finish the play. His balance is good and he works through traffic smoothly. He’s has fine straight-ahead speed, but also has the agility to change directions and flow to the ball. He ran a very fast 4.45 40-yard dash at the combine and bench pressed 31 reps

FS John Wendling  6 1  222 Wyo
Excellent size and tremendous bulk...Has outstanding timed speed considering his frame...Physical and aggressive...A playmaker with good leaping ability and body control...Solid tackler and does a superb job versus the run...A hard worker and leader with elite intangibles...Very smart...Versatile...Has a good deal of upside Could end up being a big steal for someone

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