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supa_fly_steeler
02-03-2010, 06:30 PM
The 2010 NFL Scouting Combine Invite List has now been released. The 2010 NFL Combine dates are February 24-March 2 this year in Indianapolis. NFL Network will have complete coverage of the combine and we will have all results here daily.

Quarterbacks
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
Levi Brown, Troy
Sean Canfield, Oregon State
Daryll Clark, Penn State
Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State
Max Hall, BYU
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
Mike Kafka, Northwestern
Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
Colt McCoy, Texas
Tony Pike, Cincinnati
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
John Skelton, Fordham
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
Jevan Snead, Mississippi
Tim Tebow, Florida

Running Backs
Matthew Asiata, Utah
Joique Bell, Wayne State
Jahvid Best, Cal
LeGarrette Blount, Oregon
Chris Brown, Oklahoma
John Conner, Kentucky (FB)
Andre Dixon, UCONN
Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State
Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
Toby Gerhart, Stanford
Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
Rashawn Jackson, Virginia (FB)
Javarris James, Miami
Stafon Johnson, USC
Darius Marshall, Marshall
Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
Dexter McCluster, Mississippi
Joe McKnight, USC
Shawnbrey, McNeal, Southern Methodist
Lonyae Miller, Fresno State
Brandon Minor, Michigan
Pat Paschall, North Dakota State
Charles Scott, LSU
C.J. Spiller, Clemson
James Starks, Buffalo
Ben Tate, Auburn
Manase Tonga, BYU (FB)
Keith Toston, Oklahoma State
Keiland Williams, LSU

Wide Receivers
Seyi Ajiroututu, Fresno State
Danario Alexander, Missouri
Alric Arnett, West Virginia
Brandon Banks, Kansas State
Chris Bell, Norfolk State
Arrelious Benn, Illinois
Nyan Boateng, Cal
Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
Antonio Brown, Central Michigan
Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
Chris Carter, UC-Davis
Riley Cooper, Florida
Eric Decker, Minnesota
Marcus Easley, UCONN
Jacoby Ford, Clemson
David Gettis, Baylor
Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati
Shay Hodge, Mississippi
Donald Jones, Youngstown State
Kevin Jurovich, San Jose State
Brandon LaFell, LSU
Scott Long, Louisville
Chris McGaha, Arizona State
Kerry Meier, Kansas
Carlton Mitchell, South Florida
Preston Parker, North Alabama
Jared Perry, Missouri
Taylor Price, Ohio
David Reed, Utah
Andre Roberts, The Citadel
Emmanuel Sanders, Southern Methodist
Jordan Shipley, Texas
Golden Tate, Notre Dame
Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
Verran Tucker, Cal
Chastin West, Fresno State
Blair White, Michigan State
Damian Williams, USC
Jeremy Williams, Tulane
Kyle Williams, Arizona State
Mike Williams, Syracuse
Ryan Wolfe, UNLV

Tight Ends
Nate Byham, Pittsburgh
Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh
Ed Dickson, Oregon
Jim Dray, Stanford
Brody Elridge, Oklahoma
Dedrick Epps, Miami
Riar Geer, Colorado
Garrett Graham, Wisconsin
Jimmy Graham, Miami
Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
Clay Harbor, Missouri State
Aaron Hernandez, Florida
Michael Hoomanawanui, Illinois
Jeron Mastrud, Kansas State
Anthony McCoy, USC
Tony Moeaki, Iowa
Colin Peek, Alabama
Dennis Pitta, BYU
Andrew Quarless, Penn State

Offensive Line
Jon Asamoah, Illinois (G)
Zane Beadles, Utah (T)
Ciron Black, LSU (T)
Dorian Brooks, James Madison (G)
Charles Brown, USC (T)
Bryan Bulaga, Iowa (T)
Jeff Byers, USC (G)
Kyle Calloway, Iowa (T)
Bruce Campbell, Maryland (T)
Selvish Capers, West Virginia (T)
Brandon Carter, Texas Tech (G)
Erik Cook, New Mexico (C)
Anthony Davis, Rutgers (T)
Chris DeGeare, Wake Forest (T)
Vladimir Ducasse, UMASS (T)
Jason Fox, Miami (T)
Kurtis Gregory, Missouri (G)
Joe Hawley, UNLV (G)
Jake Hickman, Nebraska (C)
Mike Iupati, Idaho (G)
John Jerry, Mississippi (G)
Kyle Jolly, North Carolina (T)
Matt Kopa, Stanford (T)
Ted Larsen, North Carolina State (C)
Shawn Lauvao, Arizona State (T)
Marshall Newhouse, TCU (T)
Russell Okung, Oklahoma State (T)
Eric Olsen, Notre Dame (C)
Alex Parsons, USC (G)
Cole Pemberton, Colorado State (T)
Mitch Petrus, Arkansas (G)
Maurkice Pouncey, Florida (C)
Dace Richardson, Iowa (G)
Rodger Saffold, Indiana (T)
Chris Scott, Tennessee (T)
Shelley Smith, Colorado State (G)
Matt Tennant, Boston College (C)
Mike Tepper, Cal (T)
Adam Ulatoski, Texas (T)
Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale (T)
J.D. Walton, Baylor (C)
Ed Wang, Virginia Tech (T)
Tony Washington, Abilene Christian (T)
Thomas Welch, Vanderbilt (T)
Trent Williams, Oklahoma (T)
Sam Young, Notre Dame (T)

Defensive Line
Rahim Alem, LSU (DE)
Charles Alexander, LSU (DT)
Tyson Alualu, Cal (DE)
Geno Atkins, Georgia (DT)
Kevin Basped, Nevada (DE)
Alex Carrington, Arkansas State (DE)
Terrence Cody, Alabama (NT)
Antonio Coleman, Auburn (DE)
Jermaine Cunningham, Florida (DE)
Dexter Davis, Arizona State (DE)
Hall Davis, Louisiana-Lafayette (DE)
Brandon Deaderick, Alabama (DE)
Junior Galette, Stillman (DE)
Clifton Geathers, South Carolina (DE)
Thaddeus Gibson, Ohio State (DE)
Brandon Graham, Michigan (DE)
Everson Griffen, USC (DE)
Greg Hardy, Mississippi (DE)
LaMarr Houston, Texas (DT)
Jerry Hughes, TCU (DE)
Carl Ihenacho, San Jose State (DE)
Art Jones, Syracuse (DT)
Linval Joseph, East Carolina (DE)
Sergio Kindle, Texas (DE)
Jammie Kirlew, Indiana (DE)
Austen Lane, Murray State (DE)
Brandon Lang, Troy (DE)
Erik Lorig, Stanford (DE)
Albert McClellan, Marshall (DE)
Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (DT)
Greg Middleton, Indiana (DE)
Koa Misi, Utah (DE)
Earl Mitchell, Arizona (DT)
Arthur Moats, James Madison (DE)
Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech (DE)
Aleric Mullins, North Carolina (DT)
Mike Neal, Purdue (DT)
Jared Odrick, Penn State (DT)
Vince Oghobaase, Duke (DT)
Jeff Owens, Georgia (DT)
Corey Peters, Kentucky (DT)
Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida (DE)
Brian Price, UCLA (DT)
Jay Ross, East Carolina (DT)
Ricky Sapp, Clemson (DE)
O'Brien Schofield, Wisconsin (DE)- Injured
George Selvie, South Florida (DE)
Cameron Sheffield, Troy (DE)
Malcolm Sheppard, Arkansas (DT)
D'Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech (DT)
Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska (DT)
Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, Washington (DE)
Cam Thomas, North Carolina (DT)
Adrian Tracy, William & Mary (DE)
Torell Troup, Central Florida (DT)
Lorenzo Washington, Alabama (DE)
Dan Williams, Tennessee (DT)
C.J. Wilson, East Carolina (DE)
E.J. Wilson, North Carolina (DE)
Lindsey Witten, UCONN (DE)
Al Woods, LSU (DT)
Corey Wootton, Northwestern (DE)
Jason Worilds, Virginia Tech (DE)
Doug Worthington, Ohio State (DT)
Willie Young, North Carolina State (DE)

Linebackers
Pat Angerer, Iowa (ILB)
Jason Beauchamp, UNLV (OLB)
Kyle Bosworth, UCLA (OLB)
Navorro Bowman, Penn State (OLB)
Donald Butler, Washington (ILB)
Lee Campbell, Minnesota (ILB)
Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State (ILB)
Keenan Clayton, Oklahoma (OLB)
Justin Cole, San Jose State (OLB)
Harry Coleman, LSU (OLB)
Kavell Conner, Clemson (OLB)
Rennie Curran, Georgia (OLB)
Phillip Dillard, Nebraska (ILB)
A.J. Edds, Iowa (OLB)
Travis Goethel, Arizona State (ILB)
Cody Grimm, Virginia Tech (OLB)
Josh Hull, Penn State (ILB)
Michah Johnson, Kentucky (ILB)
Keaton Kristick, Oregon State (OLB)
Simoni Lawrence Minnesota (OLB)
Boris Lee, Troy (ILB)
Sean Lee, Penn State (OLB)
Samuel Maxwell, Kentucky (OLB)
Rolando McClain, Alabama (ILB)
Mike McLaughlin, Boston College (ILB)
Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas (ILB)
Eric Norwood, South Carolina (OLB)
Perry Riley, LSU (OLB)
Darryl Sharpton, Miami (ILB)
Brandon Spikes, Florida (ILB)
Steven Sylvester, Utah (OLB)
Nathan Triplett, Minnesota (ILB)
Daryl Washington, TCU (ILB)
Dekoda Watson, Florida State (OLB)
Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri (OLB)
Kion Wilson, South Florida (ILB)

Defensive Backs
Nate Allen, South Florida (FS)
Jonathan Amaya, Nevada (FS)
Lucien Antoine, Oklahoma State (FS)
Javier Arenas, Alabama (CB)
Larry Asante, Nebraska (SS)
Eric Berry, Tennessee (SS)
Cornelius Brown, UTEP (CB)
Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech (SS)
Crezdon Butler, Clemson (CB)
Nolan Carroll, Maryland (CB)
Chris Chancellor, Clemson (CB)
Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech (FS)
Barry Church, Toledo (SS)
Kurt Coleman, Ohio State (SS)
Chris Cook, Virginia (CB)
Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State (CB)
Dominique Franks, Oklahoma (CB)
Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest (CB)
Marshay Green, Mississippi (CB)
Joe Haden, Florida (CB)
Chris Hawkins, LSU (CB)
Brian Jackson, Oklahoma (CB)
Kareem Jackson, Alabama (CB)
A.J. Jefferson, Fresno State (CB)
Chad Jones, LSU (FS)
Reshad Jones, Georgia (SS)
Kendrick Lewis, Mississippi (FS)
Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt (CB)
Trevard Lindley, Kentucky (CB)
Taylor Mays, USC (FS)
Kyle McCarthy, Notre Dame (SS)
Devin McCourty, Rutgers (CB)
Sherrick McManis, Northwestern (CB)
Joshua Moore, Kansas State (CB)
Jerome Murphy, South Florida (CB)
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, IUPUI (CB)
David Pender, Purdue (CB)
Josh Pinkard, USC (CB)
Nick Polk, Indiana (FS)
Patrick Robinson, Florida State (CB)
Dennis Rogan, Tennessee (FS)
Myron Rolle, Florida State (SS)
Devin Ross, Arizona (CB)
Amari Spievey, Iowa (CB)
Darian Stewart, South Carolina (FS)
Darrell Stuckey, Kansas (FS)
Earl Thomas, Texas (SS)
Kevin Thomas, USC (CB)
Syd'Quan Thompson, Cal (CB)
Walter Thurmond, Oregon (CB)
Vern Verner, UCLA (CB)
Stephan Virgil, Virginia Tech (CB)
Jamar Wall, Texas Tech (CB)
T.J. Ward, Oregon (FS)
Donovan Warren, Michigan (CB)
Kyle Wilson, Boise State (CB)
Justin Woodall, Alabama (SS)
Major Wright, Florida (FS)

Specialists
Brent Bowden, Virginia Tech (P)
Matt Dodge, East Carolina (P)
Clint Gresham, TCU (LS)
Trindon Holliday, LSU (RS)
Robert Malone, Fresno State (P)
Zoltan Mesko, Michigan (P)
Aaron Pettrey, Ohio State (K)
Scott Ravanesi, Southern Illinois (P)
Brett Swenson, Michigan State (K)
Leigh Tiffin, Alabama (K)

http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/02/2010-nfl-scouting-combine-invite-list/

Im intriguied to see Trindon Holliday run a sub 4.24 and shut Chris Johnsons mouth up lol.

Enjoy having "the fastest man in the nfl" for a few more weeks Chris!.

http://www.steelersdepot.com/2010/02/2010-nfl-scouting-combine-invite-list/

jonslow
02-03-2010, 09:34 PM
No Freddie Barnes... It's a shame. I hope he gets an add at some point. I talked to him last week and he was working with a speed coach (one of the reasons he turned down the Senior Bowl invite). Would be a great guy to have working out at the combine.

Northside Jonny
02-03-2010, 11:07 PM
No Freddie Barnes... It's a shame. I hope he gets an add at some point. I talked to him last week and he was working with a speed coach (one of the reasons he turned down the Senior Bowl invite). Would be a great guy to have working out at the combine.

Be a good guy to put in a black and gold uniform!!!:tt04:

jonslow
02-03-2010, 11:09 PM
Be a good guy to put in a black and gold uniform!!!:tt04:

Agreed! I'm a BG guy and got to watch him play a lot the last couple years. I've been pimping this guy all year... and for good reason I think. He'd be a hell of a replacement in the slot for Ward.

Northside Jonny
02-03-2010, 11:17 PM
Agreed! I'm a BG guy and got to watch him play a lot the last couple years. I've been pimping this guy all year... and for good reason I think. He'd be a hell of a replacement in the slot for Ward.

You stole the words from my mouth Jon . 100% agreed

revefsreleets
02-04-2010, 12:09 PM
The ONLY knock on him is will he be able to separate at the next level, and the leading indicator (YPC) is skewed against him because he caught too many damned balls!

I don't give a rats ass about his perceived lack of speed. He runs crisp routes and he catches everything thrown his way. I think he'll get open in the NFL.

I've seen him projected anywhere form 3-7, but, if this kid is there for us in the 4th, I'd love to grab him.

jonslow
02-04-2010, 12:16 PM
The ONLY knock on him is will he be able to separate at the next level, and the leading indicator (YPC) is skewed against him because he caught too many damned balls!

I don't give a rats ass about his perceived lack of speed. He runs crisp routes and he catches everything thrown his way. I think he'll get open in the NFL.

I've seen him projected anywhere form 3-7, but, if this kid is there for us in the 4th, I'd love to grab him.

Yup. The BG offense was a YAC attack, much like the Packers was for years with Brett Favre... lots of quick slants, outs, screens, etc. That being said, his yardage total was so high because for every couple short passes Barnes caught, he'd find a way to find holes in the zone and get behind coverage on deep routes. As you might have seen in the Humanitarian Bowl against Idaho, Freddie's great at finding that one gap in coverage and using his body to shield defenders. I've been calling him Fred-ex for a couple years now. "He always delivers." haha

KeiselPower99
02-04-2010, 07:53 PM
Cody Slate Te Marshall and Reed Williams Lb WVU surprise me as not being invited.

SteelerNation12
02-05-2010, 07:37 PM
The ONLY knock on him is will he be able to separate at the next level, and the leading indicator (YPC) is skewed against him because he caught too many damned balls!

I don't give a rats ass about his perceived lack of speed. He runs crisp routes and he catches everything thrown his way. I think he'll get open in the NFL.

I've seen him projected anywhere form 3-7, but, if this kid is there for us in the 4th, I'd love to grab him.
Agreed. Speed is an overrated stat for Wrs. If they run crisp routes and can catch they will get open 9/10 times.

supa_fly_steeler
02-06-2010, 06:21 AM
Agreed. Speed is an overrated stat for Wrs. If they run crisp routes and can catch they will get open 9/10 times.

but with mike wallace speed nobody can keep up :P.

speed kills but i do agree hines ward gets open and how fast is his 40 must be about 4.6 - 4.7 nowadays

Galax Steeler
02-06-2010, 07:28 AM
but with mike wallace speed nobody can keep up :P.

speed kills but i do agree hines ward gets open and how fast is his 40 must be about 4.6 - 4.7 nowadays

That is the key to it Hines knows how to run his routes and get open. I have enjoyed watching him over the years.

supa_fly_steeler
02-06-2010, 07:48 AM
That is the key to it Hines knows how to run his routes and get open. I have enjoyed watching him over the years.

whho doesn't when he floors ed reed, then kind enough to point to the medical staff even though the ratbirds think he's dirty.