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Old 05-14-2013, 06:47 PM    (permalink
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I'd have USC's Morgan Breslin in the top five as far as seniors go.
I'm not a big fan.

Nice stats but a finesse type and very one-dimensional.
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i honestly like zach martin over a few of these guys, its good that ND doesnt lose anymore significant seniors besides him. gonna blow that both nix and tuitt are very likely going pro though
Martin is a good player but is he a left tackle, right tackle or guard?

Nix is going to get picked apart during the process and won't go as high as some currently have him in my opinion. Won't be a test freak like Dontari Poe. I think Vince Wilfork is a good comparison and late round one is more realistic in my opinion. On the flip-side I believe Tuitt is being underrated. That guy is as freakish of a prospect as Notre Dame has had in a while.
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I'm not a big fan.

Nice stats but a finesse type and very one-dimensional.
Hardly a finesse player as he plays with a bit of an edge. Not sure how anyone could be high on Jarvis Jones and not Breslin.
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Martin is a good player but is he a left tackle, right tackle or guard?

Nix is going to get picked apart during the process and won't go as high as some currently have him in my opinion. Won't be a test freak like Dontari Poe. I think Vince Wilfork is a good comparison and late round one is more realistic in my opinion. On the flip-side I believe Tuitt is being underrated. That guy is as freakish of a prospect as Notre Dame has had in a while.
I think Martins college film proves he can be a tackle although i get the question as he lacks the 2 inches one would ideally see on him. might be depending on the length of his arms. that being said he contained some great pass rushers in the last season and has improved significantly in all of his firsst three years starting.

I agree with the tuitt and nix premise. i like nix a ton as a player and would like him to play for my saints but tuitt is a special prospect, nix is "just" a huge and talented nose with a good motor (which is rare, but not top10 rare)
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Scott, with Justin Gilbert I see a player who excels on special teams but when it comes to his play at corner this past season he looks more like a day three selection. I'm not even seeing him as a Top 5 senior CB.
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It's gotta be a big projection and going off the school's recent reputation for producing defensive players.

Chaz Sutton is the senior defensive end prospect I feel will make a huge rise over this next season.
I had the pleasure of watching Sutton back in September and I said he would be a top 50 pick back then. The only reason scouts don't have him rated in the top 2 rounds now is because he was not technically a starter but he will be a high pick if he lives up to his potential. He's a better player than Devin Taylor in my mind.
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Very impressed with having Christian Jones on there. His NFL value far exceeds his college production. With Jordan and Ansah going in The Top 5, Jones is an easy first rounder.
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Damn only one QB and it's Boyd?Question will he play in the senior bowl next fall.
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I love that you think this can be answered.
It can be. The answer is no, because the senior bowl is not in the fall.
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Damn only one QB and it's Boyd?Question will he play in the senior bowl next fall.
Unless he has a 3-4" growth spurt he almost has to if for no other reason than to specifically answer the questions about his height and ability to quickly grasp a simplified NFL style offense (this latter part would have really helped Geno Smith last year). He puts up tremendous numbers with tremendous talent in an limited read offense. In that regard he is similar to Tim Tebow, and with how badly that experiment has failed so far NFL teams will want to know that he can make the adjustment. The next question is IF he can make the adjustment, is he big enough. He'll probably check in between 5'11 and 6'0 at the Combine.

RG3 was able to make that transition (oddly enough he'd be eligible for the Senior Bowl under the new rules) but Baylor's offense has a much more complex passing element than Clemson's offense does so it is a limited comparison at best, especially once we measure in athleticism.
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