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Old 05-05-2006, 09:45 PM   #16
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havner - 4.63, 4.09 shuttle, 6.82 3cone
mcintosh - 4.63, 4.20 shuttle, 7.32 3cone


his reactions may be slower or whatnot, but CoD as measured is better on havner.

Isn't 6.82 damn fast for a linebacker? That Guy, what LB had the fastest cone time at the combine?
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Old 05-06-2006, 12:07 AM   #17
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6.65 3cone is about the best a DB can do. (best this year was 6.56, but that's a super ultra rare score, and the guy was an unknown that ran a 4.6ish 40).

james anderson had a 6.68. 2nd place was a tie at 6.82 between havner and AJ Hawk. the average is about 7.1 it looks like. As a measure of agility, 3cone (for LBs/DBs) helps show potential coverage ability in short zones and the ability to reach around and knock balls away from TEs and such. (Basketball players tend to have crazy 3cone times due to all the practice they get boxing out and competing for loose balls etc).
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Old 05-07-2006, 01:41 AM   #18
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havner could turn out like pierce or marshall... its a bit of a fluke he went undrafted... but sometimes it happens. I'd like to see him stick around. and the 6'2" corner we got (with a name like ASFSDGFADASDa hieof hafrhaaljfhljfh) should be a good #4 for the next few years as well (as long as he shows up in camp).
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havner could turn out like pierce or marshall... its a bit of a fluke he went undrafted... but sometimes it happens. I'd like to see him stick around. and the 6'2" corner we got (with a name like ASFSDGFADASDa hieof hafrhaaljfhljfh) should be a good #4 for the next few years as well (as long as he shows up in camp).
Seems like the coaching staff is enamored by his physical skills already,
he'll definately make the team.Look for a backup LB (clemens..McCune)from last year to loose his spot in camp.
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Old 05-07-2006, 05:13 PM   #20
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What I like about him (and, remember, this is from reading draft tidbits and whatnot) is that they call him a "throwback" player. He's not a flashy guy but he just makes plays. He seems like a good fit, and he was clearly among the best undrafteds. One way or another, I'd expect him to make the team. Plus, all this competition at LB is just what they need. And given how Williams and Lindsay seem gifted at taking "no names" (Pierce and Marshall) and turning them into starters on a top 10 D, I feel very good about the LBs. THat was well addressed in the draft, whatever the pundits think.
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Old 05-07-2006, 10:35 PM   #21
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Trust me, Havner is a stud. I'm a UCLA alum and still love Bruin Football even though its almost impossible to catch a game out here. It was absolutely mindboggling to see him go undrafted. Two time Butkus award semi-finalist; Earned first-team All-America acclaim from cbssportsline.com and collegefootballnews.com ... He was selected second-team All-America by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, led the Bruins the last two years in tackles 125 in 04' (while missing a game).

He considered leaving after his junior year but wasn't happy with his projected status as a 3rd or 4th rounder. As a junior, Havner earned first-team All-America acclaim from cbssportsline.com and collegefootballnews.com ... He was selected second-team All-America by the Walter Camp Football Foundation

He received a similar projection this year and somehow fell out the draft completely, hes got to be disssapointed, but hopefully whats happened to him sets him up to prove the doubters wrong. I'm excited to see what he can do.
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