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2011 NFL Draft Combine Stock Report: Day 6

2011 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Prospects - Weigh-Ins and 40 Times:
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This is a list of players who have seen a change in their 2011 NFL Draft stock. Click here to see how this has affected the 2011 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings.

2011 NFL Draft Combine Stock Report

Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska Draft Stock Up
Prince Amukamara shouldn't need a stock up, but apparently there was some speculation that he would have to play free safety in the NFL. I'm not even sure where that came from, but Amukamara dispelled that notion with a 4.37 40 and 38-inch vertical. He also looked great in the drills.

Ahmad Black, SS, Florida Draft Stock Down
We knew Ahmad Black was slow, but his 40 (4.74) could have been timed with a sun dial. When Black was running in one of his drills, the camera panned to Jack Del Rio in the stands, who shook his head in disapproval and wrote something on his notepad.

Curtis Brown, CB, Texas Draft Stock Up
Curtis Brown didn't run a great 40 (4.51), but he made several spectacular catches in the drills. He also notched a 39.5-inch vertical.

Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina Draft Stock Down
Teams understandably don't like small and slow corners. The 5-9, 186-pound Kendric Burney ran a 4.72 on Tuesday. He also didn't look very good in the drills. It's a shame for Burney, who was outstanding at the Senior Bowl.

Brandon Burton, CB, Utah Draft Stock Down
Brandon Burton's measurables checked out (4.50 40), but he struggled in the drills.

Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia Draft Stock Up
Ras-I Dowling, at 6-1, 198, ran a 4.40 40 despite pulling up lame with a hamstring injury at the 35-yard mark. Dowling sat out the rest of the afternoon.

Brandon Harris, CB, Miami Draft Stock Up
Brandon Harris ran a decent 40 (4.43), but he really shined in the drills. In fact, Deion Sanders said Harris was the best cornerback he saw on the field. "He's been ballin'," Sanders said.

Julio Jones, WR, Alabama Draft Stock Up
Julio Jones had a great workout Sunday. Last night, it was revealed that Jones ran and jumped with a fractured foot. This type of toughness is yet another thing to like about Jones. He'll probably be slated No. 10 to the Redskins in tomorrow's 2011 NFL Mock Draft update.

Shiloh Keo, S, Idaho Draft Stock Up
Shiloh Keo ran a poor 40 (4.72), but really made a name for himself at the Combine. He thrived in all of the drills, even diving for a ball that was out of reach. Mike Mayock and Deion Sanders praised Keo's hustle and quick feet.

Joseph Lefeged, S, Rutgers Draft Stock Up
Joseph Lefeged had one of the fastest 40s on Tuesday despite the fact that he's a safety. At 210 pounds, Lefeged ran a 4.42. He also notched a 36.5-inch vertical.

Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU Draft Stock Up
Patrick Peterson confirmed that he's the best cornerback prospect since Charles Woodson on Tuesday. Despite measuring in at 6-0, 219, he ran a 4.32 40 and notched a 38-inch vertical. Like Woodson, Peterson has the size and speed to play multiple positions on defense. He won't be the No. 1 pick, but he can go as high as No. 3 to Buffalo. I don't see him falling past Cincinnati.

Darryl Skrine, CB, UT-Chattanooga Draft Stock Up
Darryl Skrine had the fastest 40 at the Combine (unofficially), running a 4.29 40. He also had a 37-inch vertical. Later in the drills, Skrine proved that he's not just a track guy. Deion Sanders remarked that Skrine looked raw at all; on the contrary, Skrine performed remarkably well.

Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado Draft Stock Down
Jimmy Smith is a top-15 talent. On Tuesday, he ran a 4.38 at 6-2, 211. He also had a 36-inch vertical. Unfortunately, Smith has major character concerns. He tested positive for drugs at Colorado and was also arrested twice. During the team interviews, Smith reportedly admitted to only one arrest, which draws yet another red flag.

Aaron Williams, CB/FS, Texas Draft Stock Down
Aaron Williams ran a decent 4.52 40 at 6-0, 204. During the drills, however, Mike Mayock and Deion Sanders remarked that Williams was "all over the place." Mayock said he believes that Williams may have to move to free safety in the NFL.

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Jabroni Mahoney 02-26-2011 11:00 pm (total posts: 1)
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The TE from USC looked pretty damn good in all the drills as well.
Carl 02-26-2011 10:29 pm (total posts: 1)
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I'd just like to point out that Gruden has gone on record saying the Bengals will be looking for a smart, intelligent, charismatic guy that the team can rally around. Someone who is a good leader. To me that is a pretty good indication that they will not be pursuing Mallett.
Ryan C. 02-26-2011 10:26 pm (total posts: 1)
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I played a pick up game with Ryan Mallett at the University gym his first year he was at Arkansas. I was just a regular student and I have to say he really impressed me with the way he carried himself. He introduced himself to his teammates, encouraged everyone on our team, and got everyone involved in the game. Also, we had a girl on our team and we still ran about 5 games which, no offense ladies, but that usually doesn't happen. That being said, this was his first year on campus when he had to sit out after being transferred, so perhaps the success over the next two years went to his head and he changed.

Walter, don't forget though, you can't say this guy isn't a winner. He led Arkansas, I repeat Arkansas, to a Sugar bowl. He led Arkansas to the second best record in the SEC ahead of LSU, BAMA, SOUTH CARO, etc. And our only losses were close games to pretty good teams Auburn, Bama, Ohio St. You can say he lost the bama and ohio st game, but you can also say he almost beat them while quarterbacking, I repeat, "Arkansas". Which is not exactly a perennial power.

My QB Draft rankings:
1. C. Newton
2. R. Mallett
3. B. Gabbert
4. J. Locker
5. C. Ponder

BTW Walter keep up the great work, love the site. Your Shawn Green pick didn't help, but I still managed to win the league bc of the Arian Foster advice.

When are you coming out with an early look at 11 fantasy football?
Bob L 02-26-2011 10:04 pm (total posts: 2)
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I think another player that raised his stock was TE Charlie Gantt out of Michigan State if you watched/listened the NFL network broadcast. They all seemed pleasantly surprised by his performance and how fluid is motions and good his hands were. Might move him up to a late 3rd round selection if teams think he can do more than block well.
Nick 02-26-2011 09:06 pm (total posts: 1)
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I really think Vereen is a stud at the next level. Would love to see the Rams grab him in the 3rd.
Ohana 02-26-2011 12:09 pm (total posts: 1)
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To say that Jerry Jones will use the #9 pick to select Tyron Smith because he's from a big-time school certainly explains:
DeMarcus Ware-Troy, Mike Jenkins-South Florida, Anthony Spencer-Purdue, Terence Newman-Kansas State, Felix Jones-Arkansas, etc.
Chris 02-26-2011 11:50 am (total posts: 1)
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Bartholomew goes up too! you might want to add that.
Brandon 02-26-2011 09:28 am (total posts: 1)
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All of these guys are fairly strong... but what the bench shows is a player's dedication in the gym and to getting better. Low reps for an OL by no means means the guy is weak...just not dedicated... and conversely the opposite is true. How dedicated is a 300+ lb OL when he is getting reps in teh low 20's? I;m 195 lbs and put 23 reps of 225 yesterday... I would think a guy with more than 100 lbs on me should be able to get far more.
Nate 02-26-2011 04:06 am (total posts: 1)
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Why would Smith take over the #1 OL spot from Solder based on repetitions of 225 pounds? That's a pretty lame way to separate them in my mind, as that has no way, shape or form any showing of how good of a blocker they are.
You guys WAY OVER-REACT to size and weight measurements 02-26-2011 01:53 am (total posts: 1)
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seriously, it doesn't mean all that much in the scheme of things.
Bob L 02-25-2011 09:35 pm (total posts: 2)
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Looks to be just one of many tests that will expose Solder and justify my criticisms of him. Tyron Smith will probably come out as the number one overall OL prospect, as predicted and mentioned in Greg's mock a few weeks ago, but I am still not sold on OL being the choice for the Lions in the first round. Cannot wait to see how the defensive players measure up on Tuesday.
HeHateMe 02-25-2011 02:55 pm (total posts: 1)
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As a USC and Viking fan I hope that the Vikings pass on Tyron Smith. I like him but the Vikings need a left tackle to replace McKinnie. Not a right tackle. Phil Loadholt may not be the answer but he deserves another year or two before they pull the plug. It is funny how WRs for example can be expected to make an impact in their 3rd year yet Loadholt is expected to dominate right off the bat. McKinnie is the player the Vikings need to replace either this year or next.

The thing that bothers me with Smith is that he has never played left tackle on any level. he could not even beat out Matt Kalil last year at USC. Now maybe they wanted it that way but if I am going to take a tackle in round 1, I will go with a player that has actually done it and done it well. Like Castonzo, Solder, or Carimi.

I'll let another team go for "potential". I'll take the production.
Jayrock 02-25-2011 12:24 pm (total posts: 1)
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Hey do you know how they measure arms at the combine? Like where do they start on the arm and where they end
Adam 02-25-2011 11:57 am (total posts: 1)
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Did Hudson look like he carried 299 well?
K2 02-25-2011 10:04 am (total posts: 1)
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The Steelers would love for Iji to be there at the end of round 2, that would be a great pick if it happens.

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