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Old 05-01-2011, 04:47 PM   #1
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Redskins 2011 Draftees

Didnt yet see a thread with a complete listing so I though I would throw this up.

Round 1 - Ryan Kerrigan DE

Ryan Kerrigan*|*Purdue,*DE*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 2 - Jarvis Jenkins DT

Jarvis Jenkins*|*Clemson,*DT*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 3 - Leonard Hankerson WR

Leonard Hankerson*|*Miami,*WR*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 4 - Roy Helu RB

Roy Helu*|*Nebraska,*RB*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 5 - Dejon Gomes DB

DeJon Gomes*|*Nebraska,*SS*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 5 - Niles Paul WR

Niles Paul*|*Nebraska,*WR*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 6 - Evan Royster RB

Evan Royster*|*Penn State,*RB*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 6 - Aldrick Robinson WR

Aldrick Robinson*|*Southern Methodist,*WR*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 7 - Brandyn Thompson DB

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Round 7 - Maurice Hurt OL

Maurice Hurt*|*Florida,*OG*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 7 - Markus White DE

Markus White*|*Florida State,*DE*:*2011 NFL Draft Scout Player Profile

Round 7 Chris Neild NT

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Wow, I'll have to wait until I have time to look at each player profile. How long has it been since we had this many picks in a draft?
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Wow, I'll have to wait until I have time to look at each player profile. How long has it been since we had this many picks in a draft?
since there were 12 rounds in the draft, I forget the year.. 82 was it?
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"I can't wait to report to Washington and do my job." The correct attitude.

Right after being drafted, Cam Newton on the other hand said he can't wait to go on vacation. Fail.
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Round 1 Pick 16 Ryan Kerrigan DE Perdue

Kerrigan became the school's first unanimous first-team All-American in 30 years after leading the Big Ten in sacks with 12.5 - which was third in the FBS - and tackles for loss with 26.0. Kerrigan ended his career at Purdue with 14 forced fumbles, which is tied for the most in FBS history, and he was tied for second in school history with 33.5 sacks. The 2010 Big Ten defensive player of the year was the runner-up for the Ted Hendricks Award, which is presented to the nation's outstanding defensive end, and he was also a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, Rotary Lombardi Award and Ronnie Lott IMPACT Trophy. Kerrigan led the nation with seven forced fumbles in 2009 when he had a career-best 13.0 sacks and was named first-team All-Big Ten. He is solid off the line, persistent at rushing the passer and great against the run and stripping the ball. He had an outstanding combine, finishing second among defensive linemen in the broad jump (10 feet, 2 inches), sixth in the bench press (31 reps), tied for seventh in the 40-yard dash (4.71 seconds), tied for ninth in vertical jump (33.5 inches) and 15th in the three-cone drill (7.18 seconds).

Round 2 Pick 9 Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson

Jenkins was often overshadowed by potential first-round pick and Clemson teammate Da'Quan Bowers on the defensive line, but he made a name for himself during a solid senior season. The first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference lineman finished with 53 tackles - including nine for loss - in 2010. Jenkins finished his college career with 35 consecutive starts while also contributing considerably on special teams. He had two blocked field goals his senior season and four in his career - both Clemson records. His accomplishments earned him an invite to the NFL combine, where he continued to impress. Jenkins' size makes him a good fit as a defensive tackle at the next level, and his ability to explode off the ball and stuff the run should make him a solid NFL contributor. However, he had only five sacks in four seasons with the Tigers, and scouts question his ability to pressure the quarterback with consistency. Jenkins may need to improve his stamina and get in better shape if he plans to play consistently on Sundays. He's been viewed as a possible second-round pick, but it may be more realistic to consider him in the middle rounds.

Round 3 Pick 15 Leonard Hankereson WR Miami (Fl)

Touted as the next Andre Johnson since he showed up on campus at Miami, Hankerson failed to live up to those comparisons in his first three seasons. Then as a senior, he enjoyed a breakthrough year that ranked among the finest in the history of the program. Hankerson had 72 receptions for 1,156 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2010 - all three of those numbers exceeded his totals from his first three seasons with the Hurricanes combined, and the 13 TDs broke Michael Irvin's school record. He found the end zone in 10 of 13 games, highlighted by a 30-21 victory at Clemson in which he caught seven passes for 147 yards and three scores. While much of Hankerson's improvement was surely due to experience and maturity, he also sought help midway through his career from former Miami Dolphins star Mark Duper, and those sessions clearly paid dividends. Hankerson always possessed explosive speed, but overcame problems with drops and improved his route running as his career progressed at Miami. He put his speed on full display at the NFL combine, placing fourth among wideouts by running the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds. Hankerson also has good size and a hard-working reputation, making him a surefire early-round selection on draft day and a possible late first-rounder.

Round 4 Pick 8 Roy Helu RB Nebraska

Helu improved in each of his four seasons at Nebraska, finishing his senior year with career bests of 1,245 rushing yards, 6.6 yards per carry and 11 touchdowns on the ground. He ended his run with the Cornhuskers as their No. 4 all-time rusher with 3,404 yards and had the best performance ever by a Nebraska running back in a 31-17 win over Missouri on Oct. 30. Helu rushed for 307 yards to better the previous school record of 294 set by Calvin Jones in 1991, and he tied a career high with three rushing scores. In his sophomore and junior seasons, Helu proved to be a valuable pass catcher out of the backfield with a combined 44 receptions for 415 yards. As a senior, though, he caught just five passes for 46 yards. Helu possesses the physical tools to succeed in the NFL, and his performance at the combine may have helped him move up from his projected late-round selection. Among running backs, Helu finished first in the 20-yard shuttle (4.01 seconds) and 60-yard shuttle (11.07 seconds), second in the three-cone drill (6.67 seconds), sixth in the 40-yard dash (4.42 seconds), tied for eighth in the vertical jump (36.5 inches) and was 10th in the broad jump (9 feet, 11 inches).

Round 5 Pick 15 DeJon Gomes DB Nebraska

Gomes certainly had the knack for finding the football during his two-year career at Nebraska. Not only did the former junior college transfer finish second on the team with a career-high 99 tackles during his 2010 senior season, he posted three of his seven career interceptions and forced two fumbles while recovering one to earn honorable mention All-Big 12 recognition. When his career in Lincoln ended, Gomes was credited with five forced fumbles and 12 passes defended. He also returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown in Nebraska's 38-17 win over Idaho on Sept. 11. While Gomes shined in the secondary, he showed his versatility by stepping in at linebacker for the injured Will Compton in a 48-13 win over Kansas State on Oct. 7. His versatility and ability to make big plays is what could get Gomes drafted, however, likely not until the later rounds. He has the body and durability to hold up in the NFL, but many scouts believe he lacks the ideal coverage skills to be a starter on the pro level. Gomes earned an invitation to the NFL combine, but did not do anything spectacular. A 4.50-second effort in the 40-yard dash might have been his highlight.

Round 5 Pick 24 Niles Paul WR Nebraska

Paul is considered a solid NFL prospect despite playing his college career in Nebraska's run-heavy offense. He led the Cornhuskers in receiving yardage in each of his final two seasons, though his production declined from his junior year (40 receptions, 796 yards, four touchdowns) to his senior campaign (39 receptions, 516 yards, one TD). Those numbers would have been higher, but he missed the last three games of 2010 due to a broken foot, which has since healed. Paul also returned kicks and punts in college, including one for a touchdown in each of his final three seasons. Paul has good size and excellent strength, as evidenced by his 24 reps in the bench press at the NFL combine - second-most among wide receivers. He also performed well in the 20-yard shuttle, placing 12th at his position. While those results bode well for Paul, he needs to improve his ability to run crisp routes and gain separation from defenders, and he doesn't have great hands. He is willing to go over the middle, though, and carries a reputation as a coachable and hard-working player. Despite a couple of alcohol-related offenses at Nebraska, Paul is considered a good prospect for the middle or late rounds of the draft.

Round 6 Pick 12 Evan Royster RB Penn State

Royster decided to pull his name from the draft after his junior season and returned to Penn State in 2010. He rushed for 1,014 yards to finish his career as the school's career leader with 3,932, passing Hall of Famer Curt Warner. Royster also became the first Penn State player with three 1,000-yard rushing seasons after running for 1,236 as a sophomore in 2008 and 1,169 in 2009. He had his best receiving season as a senior, catching 25 balls for 202 yards and a touchdown. Royster, who had nine rushes for 38 yards and a TD in the East-West Shrine Game, is a solid inside runner but isn't an explosive back and lacks breakaway speed. He isn't a powerful runner and struggles to gain yards after contact. Among RBs at the NFL combine, Royster finished as a top performer in the 20-yard shuttle as he was tied for eighth with a time of 4.18 seconds. Royster will likely fall to the second day of the draft and could be selected as high as the fifth round.

Round 6 Pick 13 Aldrick Robinson WR Southern Methodist

Robinson is a classic speed burner and deep threat. He averaged 18.3 yards per reception over his four-year career at SMU, including a career-best 20.0 as a senior. Over 65 receptions, that translated into 1,301 yards in 2010, the second-most ever in a season for the Mustangs. His 14 receiving TDs as a senior were a school record, as were his TDs in eight consecutive games. Robinson caught a TD pass of 82 yards or longer in each of his final three seasons, including a 96-yard catch and run versus East Carolina in 2009. His exploits as a senior earned him first-team All-Conference USA honors. Robinson put his blazing speed on display at the NFL combine, running the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds to tie for fourth among wideouts. More surprising, his 17 reps in the bench press placed him among the top 15 at his position - quite an accomplishment given his small stature. He also finished third in the 60-yard shuttle. Robinson has a reputation of being fearless over the middle despite his lack of size. Partially due to that lack of size, Robinson is not expected to be drafted early, but he could be an excellent pickup in the second half of the draft.

Round 7 Pick 10 Brandyn Thompson CB Boise State

A three-year starter for the Broncos, Thompson doesn't have the size-speed combo to start in the NFL. He is well-skilled with quick feet, though, with the potential to end up as a solid nickel or dime back. Thompson has special teams experience, too, which will come in handy as a rookie.

Round 7 Pick 14 Maurice Hurt G Florida

While one Florida blocker - Mike Pouncey - will likely be among the first offensive linemen selected in this year's draft, Hurt may face an uphill battle to be chosen at all. Hurt spent his senior season with the Gators as the starting right tackle, but his hopes of playing professionally are as a guard, and it's unclear if he has the athleticism and technique to succeed at the next level. Adding to his problems, Hurt battled injuries throughout parts of his career in Gainesville, including a knee problem his first season and a neck issue the following year, leaving him with only a limited role on the Gators' BCS championship teams in 2006 and 2008. He was also sidelined for the Outback Bowl against Penn State last season and drills at the NFL scouting combine following surgery on his right knee. As a result, teams may see Hurt as a high-risk, low-reward type of player who may have to catch on somewhere as an undrafted free agent despite his sturdy frame and experience in college football's premier conference.

Round 7 Pick 21 Markus White DE Florida State

White was overshadowed by all-ACC sophomore teammate Brandon Jenkins last season, but that doesn't mean the defensive end won't be worth drafting. White was fifth on Florida State with 64 tackles, and set a career mark with eight sacks, second to Jenkins' 13 1/2. White originally signed with Rutgers but left for Butler Community College in Kansas. In his lone junior college season, he recorded an impressive 24 1/2 sacks and earned national player of the year honors for an unbeaten championship squad. He had 29 tackles in his first season in Tallahassee in 2008, despite playing behind future NFL draft pick and ACC sacks leader Everette Brown. He ranked sixth on the Seminoles with 38 tackles as a junior, recording two sacks. White has a solid, NFL-ready body and had a solid performance at the NFL combine, ranking among the top defensive linemen in the vertical jump and broad jump. However, his health might be a slight concern as he's had to take medication for seizures since the seventh grade. One of those seizures occurred before one of his first practices with the Seminoles in 2008.

Round 7 Pick 50 Chris Neild DL West Virginia

Neild helped the West Virginia defense rank first in the Big East and third in the nation in total defense in 2010, proving he can be a capable defensive lineman at the next level. The first-team All-Big East selection notched 35 tackles and a career-high three sacks his senior season, capping a solid collegiate career with the Mountaineers. He started every game for three straight years, playing nearly every defensive snap in the process. Neild finished his career at West Virginia with 130 tackles and six sacks. Neild is best known for being a run-stopper who can plug holes and disrupt backs from hitting their lanes. He's able to disengage from blocks and move outside of the tackles box in pursuit. Neild's size is suited for the NFL and he should fit into a rotation easily. However, Neild isn't a great pass rusher and lacks speed and agility to beat linemen off the snap. He doesn't get into the backfield much, lacking the moves necessary to get to the quarterback quickly. His footwork needs improvement, though his strength can make up for it at times. Neild is viewed as a middle-round pick after an average performance at the combine.
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"I can't wait to report to Washington and do my job." The correct attitude.

Right after being drafted, Cam Newton on the other hand said he can't wait to go on vacation. Fail.
He must have just been joking. He had to have heard the Ryan Leaf Vegas story a couple times.
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He must have just been joking. He had to have heard the Ryan Leaf Vegas story a couple times.
The scary thing is, I don't think he was. This was the same guy who said he wants to be an entertainer and an icon. He puts his foot in his mouth every chance he gets. On Friday ESPN980's Chris Russell said he tried to get Newton on the show with John Thompson (pre-draft) because he thought it would be a solid fit as an interview. Well, he said Newton's agent/representatives said no because basically they were scared of what he'd say.

I don't have the exact transcript, but Deion Sanders asked what was the first thing he was going do after going #1, and his response was vacation.

I think Cam Newton is going to be an epic bust.
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I gree with GM accept JRussell will be all Time worst bust.

I hate how everyone says Carolina had to pick cam?! No they didn't
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I gree with GM accept JRussell will be all Time worst bust.

I hate how everyone says Carolina had to pick cam?! No they didn't
With no rookie wage scale, Cam may be a pricer bust than Mr. Purple Drank.
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I think the whole "vacation" statement is being blown out of proportion. However, what this shows me is that Newton doesn't realize that everything he says and does will be dissected by the media.

He's lucky he is not in a major NFL market, but I think these types of situations are going to plague him throughout his first year.
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The scary thing is, I don't think he was. This was the same guy who said he wants to be an entertainer and an icon. He puts his foot in his mouth every chance he gets. On Friday ESPN980's Chris Russell said he tried to get Newton on the show with John Thompson (pre-draft) because he thought it would be a solid fit as an interview. Well, he said Newton's agent/representatives said no because basically they were scared of what he'd say.

I don't have the exact transcript, but Deion Sanders asked what was the first thing he was going do after going #1, and his response was vacation.

I think Cam Newton is going to be an epic bust.
Cam Newton was with his mom at the time and Deion Sanders asked what he was going to do for his mother now that he was the first overall draft pick.

Cam's response was "We're going to do a vacation" something to that effect. She agreed and said that it was much needed.

I'm sure this guy has been heavily prepping since the combine so it's probably not a totally unreasonable response.

I'm indifferent to Cam's prospects but just wanted to clarify that the assertion that he wants to go on vacation is out of context.
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The Cam Newton "vacation" fiasco only shows that people are ****TARDS WHO ARE INCAPABLE OF READING AN ENTIRE SENTENCE.

What should have been the impression was a son treating his mom to a reward. Instead, what people want to believe is that he's a lazy bitch.
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Deion: What's the first thing you're going to do for momma?
Cam: A vacation
Cam's Mom (interjects): ...much-needed
Cam: A much-needed vacation

Yeah, totally comparable with Ryan Leaf. /sarcasm
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