2017 NFL Combine Thread

Discussion in 'The Warroom' started by Mark87, Feb 25, 2017.

  1. Mark87

    Mark87 Carpe Diem Admin

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  2. ztruk8

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    Worth bearing in mind, only 15% of those drafted last year were non-combine invitees. That's about 38 draft picks.
     
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  3. 44blitz

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    I want to watch the corner work outs close this year. Hopefully Ted and Mike grab a top one early. I also would love to see a real 34 scheme Rusher get drafted by us. Need more pressure on the QB then Matthews and company generate.
     
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  4. Cheesedog

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    How many of those ended up in GB? :p
     
  5. eyecatcher

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    All 7 2016 Packer draft picks were invited to the combine. Not sure if they all participated.
     
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  6. Dubz41

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    Watching the measuring results coming back. No big surprises other than Fournette's water weight (240). A little surprised at McCaffery only doing 10 reps on the bench when he took an extra month off from the bowl game to get ready! Pumphrey out wussed him with only 5 reps. That is weak! The biggest hands so far went to Roberts, TE from Toledo, with 11 1/2 inches. Those are huge mitts! Anybody see anything else of remote interest?
     
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  7. Cheesedog

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    There were some smokin hot ladies at the gym today... Like under 10% body fat and ripped...

    Or did you mean the combine?
     
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  8. Mark87

    Mark87 Carpe Diem Admin

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    Running Backs - - - - - - - -

    40/bench/vertical/broad
    Christopher Carson OSU 4.58 23 37.0 130.0
    Corey Clement WIS 4.68 19 28.5 115.0
    Tarik Cohen NC A&T 4.42 11 31.5 118.0
    James Conner PITT 4.65 20 29.0 113.0
    Dalvin Cook FSU 4.49 22 30.5 116.0
    Justin Davis USC - 21 - -
    Matt Dayes NC ST - 18 28.0 109.0
    D'Onta Foreman TEX - 18 - -
    Leonard Fournette LSU 4.51 - 28.5 -
    Wayne Gallman CLEM 4.60 21 29.5 120.0
    De'Angelo Henderson CC 4.48 20 34.0 120.0
    Brian Hill WYO 4.54 15 34.0 125.0
    Elijah Hood NC - 18 - -
    Kareem Hunt TOL 4.62 18 36.5 119.0
    Aaron Jones TEX-EP 4.56 16 37.5 127.0
    Alvin Kamara TENN 4.56 15 39.5 131.0
    T.J. Logan UNC 4.37 17 33.5 121.0
    Marlon Mack USF 4.50 15 35.5 125.0
    Christian McCaffrey STAN 4.48 10 37.5 121.0
    Elijah McGuire L-L 4.53 15 36.0 120.0
    Jeremy McNichols BOI 4.49 - 35.5 121.0
    Dare Ogunbowale WIS 4.65 14 35.0 120.0
    Samaje Perine OK 4.65 30 33.0 116.0
    Donnel Pumphrey SDSU 4.48 5 33.5 117.0
    Devine Redding IND 4.76 16 30.5 116.0
    Sam Rogers VT 4.93 19 32.0 114.0
    Rushel Shell WVU 4.74 21 32.5 -
    De'Veon Smith MICH - 22 29.0 108.0
    Freddie Stevenson FSU 4.75 24 28.0 111.0
    Jahad Thomas TEM 4.62 11 32.0 116.0
    Stanley Williams KENT 4.51 18 36.0 121.0
    Jamaal Williams BYU 4.59 - 30.0 123.0
    Joe Williams UTAH 4.41
     
  9. TW

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    A player I like. He's considered a good, but not great WR. A couple of things about him. A 4.50 40 time. The best this year was 4.45. He's big at roughly 220#, and 6-4. He started out playing out. Started at North Dakota, ended up at Northern Illinois University. Catches balls in numbers.

    They say he's weak in running routes, but in Green Bay, that's what they "teach." If a guy wants to learn, he can. I wouldn't mind seeing them grab a guy like this in the middle rounds, and turning him into a 3 to 4 year project to replace Nelson. I think he could do the job because he's big and strong. Could end up being a Calvin Johnson type.

    I figure 3rd or 4th round. Might be a perfect pick for our 3rd round comp pick.

    http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/kenny-golladay?id=2558052
     
  10. Mark87

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    No thanks... we keep drafting weak route runners and get no return. Go draft a guy that understands routes and your 75 % there.
     
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