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    Erm, Loadholt actually has fairly solid footwork. He is a good player. He will go No later than the 50th pick, barring decent pro day and combine workouts

    Here is a scouting report on him by a well-known-in-the-football-world-scout. This was done last year, but it is still good.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/profil...ile.php?id=163

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcityrockers View Post
    Erm, Loadholt actually has fairly solid footwork. He is a good player. He will go No later than the 50th pick, barring decent pro day and combine workouts

    Here is a scouting report on him by a well-known-in-the-football-world-scout. This was done last year, but it is still good.

    http://www.newerascouting.com/profil...ile.php?id=163
    You'll see. If that scouting report was even remotely correct, why did he only see reps at RT and OG at the Senior Bowl? That scouting report was the hype on him last year. He was a Junior College All-American, he's 6-8 and over 340 pounds, and the starting LT for the Oklahoma Sooners. Of course he's going to get a ton of hype. Absolute higest is mid 3rd for him, probably early 4th, as low as 6th round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darnik44 View Post
    Black was a mid 2nd round RT prospect. Black is only a junior and has decided to go back to LSU for his senior year.

    My top 10 OT's for the 2010 Draft...

    1. Russell Okung, 6-5, 300, Oklahoma State
    2. Ciron Black, 6-5, 314, Louisiana State
    3. Trinton Sturdivant, 6-5, 300, Georgia#
    4. Sam Young, 6-8, 310, Notre Dame
    5. Trent Williams, 6-5, 305, Oklahoma
    6. Adam Ulatoski, 6-8, 310, Texas
    7. Lee Ziemba, 6-8, 300, Auburn*
    8. Anthony Davis, 6-6, 330, Rutgers*
    9. Matt Reynolds, 6-6, 320, Brigham Young*
    10. Kyle Hix, 6-7, 320, Texas*

    Unless Black improves his feet in the off-season, he'll continue to be labeled a RT and will get passed up by a few OT's.
    thanks for the clarification thats just what i was asking for

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    Quote Originally Posted by darnik44 View Post
    You'll see. If that scouting report was even remotely correct, why did he only see reps at RT and OG at the Senior Bowl? That scouting report was the hype on him last year. He was a Junior College All-American, he's 6-8 and over 340 pounds, and the starting LT for the Oklahoma Sooners. Of course he's going to get a ton of hype. Absolute higest is mid 3rd for him, probably early 4th, as low as 6th round.
    Agree to disagree, but I think you're off your nut.

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