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DIESELMAN
02-26-2007, 07:28 PM
The combine... over? Hardly. Most of the media has left, but Scout.com remains on-site, tracking the performance of today's DL drills. Here's the report from our experts in Indy...


GROUP 1 DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Player.............School........40 Yard (first)...40 Yard (second)

Victor Abiamiri Notre Dame 4.89................4.90
Gaines Adams Clemson.......4.69................4.71
C.J. Ah You Oklahoma........4.69................4.72
A. Applewhite SD State......4.70................4.73
Baraka Atkins Miami-Fla......4.78................4.75
Alan Branch Michigan.........5.08................5.10
Adam Carriker Nebraska......4.87................4.94
Tim Crowder Texas............4.81................4.69
Justin Harrell Tennessee.....5.13................5.08


NOTES FROM THE FIELD

Gaines Adams of Clemson was the star of this morning’s show. He looked athletic and explosive, and stood out in linebacker drills.


Baraka Atkins also looked fluid and athletic throughout the session and also improved his draft stock.


Tim Crowder of Texas was another who looked fluid on the field and also did well during linebacker drills.


AIan Branch of Michigan looked athletic at times, yet seemed to tire quickly. Still, he was all over the field.


Dan Bazuin of Central Michigan had a tough session, showing marginal movement skills and looked poor during his linebacker drills.


GROUP 2 DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

Player..............School.......40 Yard (first)..40 Yard (second)

Quinten Moses Georgia.......4.89...............4.81
B. Mebane.......California.....5.15...............5.1 8
Jarvis Moss.......Florida.......4.69...............4.75
Quinn Pitcock....Ohio State 4.93...............4.88
Brian Robison....Texas.........4.70...............4.66
Anthony Spencer Purdue.....4.78...............4.73

NOTES FROM THE FIELD

As we reported last week, Lamarr Woodley of Michigan did not participate in any of the workouts.


Quinn Pitcock of Ohio State was carted off the field with an injury.


Charles Johnson of Georgia looked good and practiced faster than he timed.


Turk McBride of Tennessee also stood out, showing excellent footwork and lateral speed.


Jarvis Moss of Florida stood out in most of the defensive line and linebacker drills.


Quintin Moses of Georgia struggled and has probably lost any chance of being selected in round one.


Brandon Mebane of California also performed poorly after his slow 40 times.

They didn't say anything about Brian Robison but this guy did really good in all the drills. A lot of the tweeners didn't do to good in the OLB pass coverage drills and a lot of them have feet for hands :lol: