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lamberts-lost-tooth 01-21-2008 04:54 AM


Here is a list of the players who have reportedly committed to play in the Senior Bowl. The players are sorted by position and are listed in order, according to their ratings on The list includes the projected round each player is expected to be chosen.

QB Brohm, Brian (Louisville) 1st
QB Woodson, Andre (Kentucky) 1st
QB Henne, Chad (Michigan) 2nd
QB Booty, John David (Southern California) 2nd-3rd
QB Brennan, Colt (Hawaii) 3rd
QB Flacco, Joe (Delaware) 3rd

RB Johnson, Chris (East Carolina) 1st-2nd
RB Choice, Tashard (Ga.Tech) 4th-5th
RB Forte, Matt (Tulane) 5th
RB Savage, Dantrell (Oklahoma State) 6th-7th
RB Little, Rafael (Kentucky) 7th
RB Forsett, Justin (Cal) 7th-FA
RB Washington, Chauncey (Southern California) FA

FB Schmitt, Owen (West Virginia) 4th
FB Hillis, Peyton (Arkansas) 4th
FB Hester, Jacob (LSU) 6th

WR Doucet, Early (LSU) 1st
WR Sweed, Limas (Texas) 1st-2nd
WR Avery, Donnie (Houston) 2nd
WR Bowman, Adarius (Oklahoma State) 2nd
WR Hall, D.J. (Alabama) 3rd
WR Douglas, Harry (Louisville) 3rd
WR Hawkins, Lavelle (Cal) 3rd-4th
WR Bryant, Dorien (Purdue) 3rd-4th
WR Royal, Eddie, (Va. Tech) 3rd-4th
WR Nelson, Jordy (Kansas State) 4th
WR Burton, Keenan (Kentucky) 4th-5th
WR Smith, Marcus (New Mexico) 6th

TE Davis, Fred (Southern California) 1st-2nd
TE Rucker, Martin (Missouri) 2nd
TE Carlson, John (Notre Dame) 2nd-3rd
TE Tamme, Jacob (Kentucky) 3rd
TE Cottam, Brad (Tennessee) 4th-5th
TE Freeman-Davis, Kellen (Michigan State) 5th

OT Williams, Chris (Vanderbilt) 1st-2nd
OT Baker, Sam (Southern California) 1st-2nd
OT Cherilus, Gosder (Boston College) 2nd
OT Nicks, Carl (Nebraska) 2nd-3rd
OT Radovich, Drew (Southern California) 4th-5th
OT Barton, Kirk (Ohio State) 5th-6th

C Justice, Steve (Wake Forest) 2nd
C Pollak, Mike (Arizona State) 2nd-3rd
C Wallace, Cody (Texas A&M) 3rd
C Sullivan, John (Notre Dame) 4th-5th

OG Schuening, Roy (Oregon State) 3rd
OG Felton, Robert (Arkansas) 3rd-4th

DE Jackson, Lawrence (Southern California) 1st-2nd
DE Ellis, Chris (Va. Tech) 2nd
DE Robertson, Darrell (Ga.Tech) 2nd-3rd
DE Avril, Cliff (Purdue) 3rd
DE Gilberry, Wallace (Alabama) 3rd
DE Brown, Titus (Mississippi State) 4th
DE Thompson, Jeremy (Wake Forest) 5th-6th

DT Ellis, Sedrick (Southern California) 1st
DT Balmer, Kentwan (North Carolina) 1st-2nd
DT Moore, Dre (Maryland) 2nd
DT Bryant, Red (Texas A&M) 3rd
DT Laws, Trevor (Notre Dame) 3rd-4th
DT Pressley, DeMario (N.C. State) 4th
DT Fluellen, Andre (Florida State) 4th
DT Harrison, Marcus (Arkansas) 6th

OLB Rivers, Keith (Southern California) 1st
OLB Adibi, Xavier (Va. Tech) 1st
OLB Highsmith, Ali (LSU) 1st-2nd
OLB Groves, Quentin (Auburn) 1st-2nd
OLB Crable, Shawn (Michigan) 2nd-3rd
OLB Dizon, Jordon (Colorado) 5th

ILB Connor, Dan (Penn State) 1st
ILB Gooden, Tavares (Miami) 3rd
ILB Wheeler, Philip (Ga.Tech) 3rd-4th
ILB Moffitt, Ben (South Florida) 6th-7th

CB Jenkins, Mike (South Florida) 1st
CB McKelvin, Leodis (Troy) 1st-2nd
CB Tribble, DeJuan (Boston College) 2nd
CB Porter, Tracy (Indiana) 2nd-3rd
CB Godfrey, Charles (Iowa) 3rd
CB Lee, Patrick (Auburn) 3rd-4th
CB Wheatley, Terrence (Colorado) 4th-5th
CB Jackson, Chevis (LSU) 4th-5th

FS Castille, Simeon (Alabama) 2nd-3rd
FS Griffin, Marcus (Texas) 3rd-4th
FS DeCoud, Thomas (Cal) 5th

SS Adams, Jamar (Michigan) 3rd
SS Steltz, Craig (LSU) 3rd
SS Zbikowski, Tom (Notre Dame) 3rd-4th
SS Woodyard, Wesley (Kentucky) 4th
SS Wolfe, D.J. (Oklahoma) 4th-5th

K Coutu, Brandon (Georgia) FA
K Serna, Alexis (Oregon State) 7th-FA

P Brooks, Durant (Ga.Tech) 5th-6th

LS Sanborn, Garrison (Florida State) FA
LS Bugg, Tim (Indiana) FA

Rhee Rhee 01-21-2008 02:45 PM

i think brohm dropped out for some reason..

Rhee Rhee 01-21-2008 02:46 PM

i will be closely following this week to see if we can find any sliders and/or sleepers

lilyoder6 01-21-2008 10:07 PM

i thought the east/west shrine game was on this past saturday???? b/c i thought i was seeing them play..

Aussie_steeler 01-21-2008 10:30 PM

Kendall Langford at Senior Bowl
Kendall Langford DE from Hampton has been called up to the senior bowl to replace an injured Quentin Groves.

I know many draft junkies here have commented on Langford so I thought Id provide some info for you to keep an eye on.


Kendall Langford Hampton
Height 6053
Weight 275
Arm Length 33 4/8
Hand SIze 8 1/8

Notes: Large and impressive with long arms.

DE Kendall Langford of Hampton looked sharp in drills. He is a huge defensive end who can play in a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme. He has all the physical skills to compete here.
Some are suggesting Sam Baker might be better suited to guard due to his shorter arm span than other tackles.

Other links to check out for the senior bowl include:

Senior Bowl north squad practice notes

Senior Bowl South Squad practice notes

Looking forward to see who helps or hurts their draft stock.

pittsburghp8baller 01-21-2008 10:44 PM


Originally Posted by lilyoder6 (Post 359105)
i thought the east/west shrine game was on this past saturday???? b/c i thought i was seeing them play..

it was i forgot most of the players here didnt play though

ShutDown24 01-21-2008 11:06 PM

Alright! My Chris Johnson has been moving up in the world lol... They are talking about him in the first round now (Maybe)? Sweeet.

pittsburghp8baller 01-21-2008 11:25 PM


Originally Posted by ShutDown24 (Post 359152)
Alright! My Chris Johnson has been moving up in the world lol... They are talking about him in the first round now (Maybe)? Sweeet.

idk with all of the underclassman entering the draft he might be right at that border of 1-2. def gonna be a good back though

lilyoder6 01-22-2008 09:58 AM

johnson would prob be the # 3 or 4 back in the draft.. according to evryone..

Aussie_steeler 01-23-2008 02:35 AM

Day 2 practice highlights

South practice O line report

As noted it was a very inconsistent afternoon for the South offensive lineman. The main problem seems to be that while the O-line has plenty of size there isn?t a lot of foot speed or quickness out there. One clue about the line?s troubles is that even with better known prospects on the roster like Vanderbilt?s Chris Williams, Barry Richardson of Clemson and the afore-mentioned Benedict, the nominal first-tem LT for the South appears to be little-known Oneil Cousins of UTEP. And Cousins, a one-time defensive lineman, did show some of the best foot quickness among the South?s offensive linemen; he also has long arms but doesn?t always get the necessary extension to cut-off a quick outside pass rush and needs to work on his change of direction skills. Meanwhile, Vandy?s Williams had an up-and-down day winning some battles, but losing a few too many others, again especially when trying to stay to the outside with a quick edge rush. Clemson? Richardson on the other hand really struggled. No question, the 331-pounder is huge with a massive lower body, but he really couldn?t move his feet and may have to find a home at OG or C to play at the next level. Texas A&M C Cody Wallace also continued to be badly overmatched as he was seldom able to hold the point of attack against bull rushers or stay with even rudimentary moves. In fact, a case could be made that Wake Forest C Steve Justice was the South?s most consistent lineman at least this afternoon. While not as big as most of his linemates, the 290-pound Justice consistently got good position and leverage and was able to stay between his man and the ball without conceding much penetration. Pitt C/G Mike McGlynn also had a decent afternoon; McGlynn wasn?t all that artistic but he?s a battler with good technique.
North practice O line report

USC OT Sam Baker may be the biggest name. but Boston College OT Gosder Cherilus was the most dominating North OT this morning. Cherilus moves his feet well, sets up efficiently and simply engulfed pass rushers with his upper body strength. Cherilus, though, still needs to concentrate on keeping his pads low. Baker also had his moments shutting down several outside pass rushers. Baker, though, also shut down his feet a couple of times and was run around. In fact, Baker?s teammate OG Drew Radovich had the more consistent morning; Radovich did a nice job locking onto opposing pass rushers and keeping his feet alive. It was a solid morning all around for the North offensive line as OTs Kirk Barton of Ohio State and Nebraska?s Carl Nicks were physically dominating, although neither appeared to be overly quick or athletic. OGs Roy Schuening of Oregon State and Chad Rinehart of Northern Iowa were also solid as was Arizona State C Mike Pollak.
It looks like Gosder Cherilus is helping himself no end and could soon move into true first round calculations. It will also be interesting to see how well the centers work out and if they can convince teams that they can handle the big 3-4 NT's of the NFL.

Some of these names will come into consideration by us draft geeks and hopefully the steelers FO.

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