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    2009 NFL Scouting Combine

    I'll update the results as they happen.

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    Offensive Linemen Ht./Wt.

    Tackles

    William Beatty, Connecticut, 6060 307
    Joel Bell, Furman, 6070 315
    Alex Boone, Ohio State, 6070 328
    Robert Brewster, Ball State, 6042 325
    Eben Britton, Arizona, 6060 309
    Gerald Cadogan, Penn State , 6050 309
    Xavier Fulton, Illinois, 6040 302
    Ramon Foster, Tennessee, 6050 328
    Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech, 6064 304
    Dan Gay, Baylor, 6040 308
    Troy Kropog, Tulane, 6056 309
    Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State, 6040 332
    Kyle Link, McNeese State, 6050 305
    Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma, 6076 332
    Ryan McKee, Southern Mississippi, 6060 296
    Jamon Meredith, South Carolina , 6050 304
    Eugene Monroe, Virginia, 6052 309
    Lydon Murtha, Nebraska, 6070 306
    Michael Oher, Mississippi, 6044 309
    Augustus Parrish, Kent State, 6040 302
    Garrett Reynolds, North Carolina, 6080 309
    Andre Smith, Alabama , 6040 332
    Jason Smith, Baylor, 6050 309
    Fenuki Tupou, Oregon, 6050 314
    Jose Valdez, Arkansas, 6040 315
    Jason Watkins, Florida, 6054 318

    Guards

    Roger Allen, Missouri Western St. 6030 326
    Travis Bright, Brigham Young 6050 316
    Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati 6040 307
    C.J. Davis, Pittsburgh 6020 308
    Paul Fanaika, Arizona State 6050 327
    Ray Feinga, Brigham Young 6040 337
    Tyronne Green, Auburn 6020 309
    Greg Isdaner, West Virginia 6040 325
    Herman Johnson, Louisiana State 6072 364
    Andy Kemp, Wisconsin 6050 313
    Andy Levitre, Oregon State 6030 305
    Maurice Miller, Mississippi, 6030 327
    Seth Olsen, Iowa 6050 306
    Anthony Parker, Tennessee 6020 297
    Duke Robinson, Oklahoma 6050 329
    Matt Slauson, Nebraska 6050 316
    JaimieThomas, Maryland 6040 323
    Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin 6050 328
    Louis Vasquez, Texas Tech 6050 333
    Brandon Walker, Oklahoma 6030 306

    Centers

    Rob Bruggeman, Iowa 6040 293
    Antoine Caldwell, Alabama 6030 309
    Jon Cooper, Oklahoma 6020 297
    Robbie Felix, Texas-El Paso 6030 302
    Alex Fletcher, Stanford 6020 297
    Juan Garcia, Washington State 6020 307
    Brett Helms, Louisiana State 6020 286
    Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas 6040 301
    Alex Mack, California 6037 311
    A.Q. Shipley, Penn State 6012 304
    Max Unger, Oregon 6050 309
    Edwin Williams, Maryland 6020 308
    Eric Wood, Louisville 6040 310

    they were worried about beattys weight, good to see him come in at 307

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    I'll update each position as they complete the tests. Check here for up to date coverage of the Combine.

    http://www.nflspot.com/index.php/nca...-coverage.html

    --- Added 2/21/2009 at 07:23 AM ---

    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Offensive Linemen Ht./Wt.

    Tackles

    William Beatty, Connecticut, 6060 307
    Joel Bell, Furman, 6070 315
    Alex Boone, Ohio State, 6070 328
    Robert Brewster, Ball State, 6042 325
    Eben Britton, Arizona, 6060 309
    Gerald Cadogan, Penn State , 6050 309
    Xavier Fulton, Illinois, 6040 302
    Ramon Foster, Tennessee, 6050 328
    Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech, 6064 304
    Dan Gay, Baylor, 6040 308
    Troy Kropog, Tulane, 6056 309
    Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State, 6040 332
    Kyle Link, McNeese State, 6050 305
    Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma, 6076 332
    Ryan McKee, Southern Mississippi, 6060 296
    Jamon Meredith, South Carolina , 6050 304
    Eugene Monroe, Virginia, 6052 309
    Lydon Murtha, Nebraska, 6070 306
    Michael Oher, Mississippi, 6044 309
    Augustus Parrish, Kent State, 6040 302
    Garrett Reynolds, North Carolina, 6080 309
    Andre Smith, Alabama , 6040 332
    Jason Smith, Baylor, 6050 309
    Fenuki Tupou, Oregon, 6050 314
    Jose Valdez, Arkansas, 6040 315
    Jason Watkins, Florida, 6054 318

    Guards

    Roger Allen, Missouri Western St. 6030 326
    Travis Bright, Brigham Young 6050 316
    Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati 6040 307
    C.J. Davis, Pittsburgh 6020 308
    Paul Fanaika, Arizona State 6050 327
    Ray Feinga, Brigham Young 6040 337
    Tyronne Green, Auburn 6020 309
    Greg Isdaner, West Virginia 6040 325
    Herman Johnson, Louisiana State 6072 364
    Andy Kemp, Wisconsin 6050 313
    Andy Levitre, Oregon State 6030 305
    Maurice Miller, Mississippi, 6030 327
    Seth Olsen, Iowa 6050 306
    Anthony Parker, Tennessee 6020 297
    Duke Robinson, Oklahoma 6050 329
    Matt Slauson, Nebraska 6050 316
    JaimieThomas, Maryland 6040 323
    Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin 6050 328
    Louis Vasquez, Texas Tech 6050 333
    Brandon Walker, Oklahoma 6030 306

    Centers

    Rob Bruggeman, Iowa 6040 293
    Antoine Caldwell, Alabama 6030 309
    Jon Cooper, Oklahoma 6020 297
    Robbie Felix, Texas-El Paso 6030 302
    Alex Fletcher, Stanford 6020 297
    Juan Garcia, Washington State 6020 307
    Brett Helms, Louisiana State 6020 286
    Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas 6040 301
    Alex Mack, California 6037 311
    A.Q. Shipley, Penn State 6012 304
    Max Unger, Oregon 6050 309
    Edwin Williams, Maryland 6020 308
    Eric Wood, Louisville 6040 310

    they were worried about beattys weight, good to see him come in at 307
    Beatty put on 16 pounds since the Senior Bowl just a few weeks ago. He was 291 there. He faired well on the bench press with 27 reps of 225. If he shows he can carry the extra weight during the on field drills, he will move up significantly.

    Speaking of OT's, Andre Smith killed himself during his press conference. He admitted to being out of shape and isn't working out. He only measured in at 6-4, which is borderline for a LT. He was already having his ability to paly LT questioned, now it really will be.

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    - Andre Smith not working out will definitely hurt him in the pocketbook. Will it drive him out of the 1st round? Not likely. Teams are so desperate for great tackles that I believe a team will still jump on the opportunity.

    - There is still lots of talk at the combine about Michael Oher's inconsistent play. Mike Mayock has him as the 4th tackle taken. There are questions about his character which the Steelers usually try to avoid these types of players. Apparently, he had a very rough upbringing and was thrown out of many schools for behavior problems.

    - Michael Crabtree has a stress fracture in his foot and also measured out at 6'1 vice the advertised 6'3 There will be no 40 time for Crabtree before the draft. Most scouts had him as the first WR on their boards.
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    smith wont hurt himself too much, he'll work out at the pro day.

    im starting to love beatty, 291 would make him a lightweight offensive lineman, but gaining 16 pounds shows his commintment.

    lol at crabtree not being 6-3

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    Your guy Cornelius Lewis hasn't performed too badly. There has been zero talk about him from the commentators. Tyronne Green is another guy who is quietly going about his business and has performed well in every event.

    Beatty had a great 40 time [5.12]

    Loadholt just looked really bad in the edge rush drill.

    Lewis looked smooth!
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    well see thats because cornelius lewis is ****ing nasty

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    you know how i can watch it? i dont get nflnet at school

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    you know how i can watch it? i dont get nflnet at school
    Do you have it at home? Because NFL network is quite famous for providing about 6 hours of real programming and then looping it over and over and over for the rest of the day.

    Michael Oher just blew the backward hip swivel drill. He was the only one who f**ked it up.

    Mayock says Lewis is better suited to move inside and play guard.
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    at school as in not close to home lol the draft will be over next time i go home lol

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