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Old 03-19-2011, 05:21 PM   #616
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I don't want a WR at 10, again to many WR bust in the first round.. I'd rather go with Quinn or Locker
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:21 AM   #617
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Don't know how reliable it is, but this person says Tyrod got a 15. On the low side for a QB. He definitely has the tools of an athlete. I know he says he won't switch positions, but I think he will move to a skill position in the NFL.

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Dan Marino and Jim Kelly scored 15's, so I guess that Tyrod wont be winning a SB.
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I wouldn't have a problem with AJ Green or Julio Jones to be honest.
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Old 03-20-2011, 12:00 PM   #619
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I've always liked Tyrod and glad to see them bring him in for workout at least his name is still in the QB conversation for some teams.

I was beginning to wonder if despite his skill set and production wether he was considered a draftable QB.

The height bias often prevents many good 6'0 QB prospects from even getting a first look as a draft pick. e.g Chase Daniels (I still can't believe we kept Brennan over Daniels)
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Old 03-20-2011, 01:14 PM   #620
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It appears that the Skins are only working out local schools/talent targeted for later round draft ochs and/or UDRFAs.
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Old 03-20-2011, 06:26 PM   #621
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It appears that the Skins are only working out local schools/talent targeted for later round draft ochs and/or UDRFAs.
The is a regular workout like the other teams that invited Tyrod for a workout.

The local school prospect tryouts you're describing doesn't happpen til after the draft around the may mini-camps.
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The is a regular workout like the other teams that invited Tyrod for a workout.

The local school prospect tryouts you're describing doesn't happpen til after the draft around the may mini-camps.
I think I said it correctly, other than misspelling "picks" for "ochs" (Swype). I don't recall the team attending a pro-day of a top 10 prospect as of yet (Julio Jones is rehabbing). Instead, they have sent scouts and coaches to local schools who really have limited value as 1st and 2nd round selections. Is Hampton University having a pro-day? You can expect them to "show" interest in DL Kenrick Ellis. The FO will not make it obvious who they're targeting in the first round by attending a pro-day of a top prospect. Where else have they been?
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grrrrrr Tyrod taylor. A poor mans Kellen Moore.
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grrrrrr Tyrod taylor. A poor mans Kellen Moore.

What happened to Moore? Remember at the start of college season, experts said he was the best QB in the country.
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What happened to Moore? Remember at the start of college season, experts said he was the best QB in the country.
Who said that shit?
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What happened to Moore? Remember at the start of college season, experts said he was the best QB in the country.
They might say that again since he stayed in school.
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I think I said it correctly, other than misspelling "picks" for "ochs" (Swype). I don't recall the team attending a pro-day of a top 10 prospect as of yet (Julio Jones is rehabbing). Instead, they have sent scouts and coaches to local schools who really have limited value as 1st and 2nd round selections. Is Hampton University having a pro-day? You can expect them to "show" interest in DL Kenrick Ellis. The FO will not make it obvious who they're targeting in the first round by attending a pro-day of a top prospect. Where else have they been?
What you're saying above is different from what I disagreed with.
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It appears that the Skins are only working out local schools/talent targeted for later round draft ochs and/or UDRFAs.
Cam Newton, Von Miller and Tyrod Taylor are the only workouts I've heard about thus far.

As far as I know Newton and Miller are neither local prospects nor projected as late round picks or UDFAs.

Tyrod would be the only prospect they're bringing in for a visit thus far that fits your description of bringing in local/late so unless your using some form of minority rule your view is wrong.

Team's that have QB 'gurus' like to look at QBs; last year they brought in all of the top prospects IIRC.

The Skins are bringing in Tyrod for look see, their reasons are their reasons but they're not only bringing in late/local prospects.
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Who said that shit?
LOL I don't remember but earlier in the season when BSU was rolling, Moore was a top Heisman candidate and some actually said he could have been the best qb before the season started of course.
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They might say that again since he stayed in school.

Yeah just saw that he's a senior, smart move
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What you're saying above is different from what I disagreed with.
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Cam Newton, Von Miller and Tyrod Taylor are the only workouts I've heard about thus far.

As far as I know Newton and Miller are neither local prospects nor projected as late round picks or UDFAs.

Tyrod would be the only prospect they're bringing in for a visit thus far that fits your description of bringing in local/late so unless your using some form of minority rule your view is wrong.

Team's that have QB 'gurus' like to look at QBs; last year they brought in all of the top prospects IIRC.

The Skins are bringing in Tyrod for look see, their reasons are their reasons but they're not only bringing in late/local prospects.
I didn't know the Skins attended Auburn's and Texas A&M's pro-days. Thanks for pointing that out.
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