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Old 02-06-2010, 02:53 PM   #21
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I have been very impressed with Tennant every time I've seen him. I wish he could double as a Gaurd. If we drafted a OC, I would hope it would be him.

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It's pretty late, but I just managed to finish watching the East/West Shrine game from a few weeks ago. Always good to know about the mid/ate round prospects that will rise to the top of boards late in the draft.

- Texas Tech Jamar Wall (CB) showed good instincts, jumping multiple routes.

- Both tackles Matt Tepper (LT) and Kyle Calloway (RT) struggled with speed rushers. They both looked unathletic (Something I've seen from Calloway all year long). Calloway is especially slow off the snap.

- Roger Safford III is very Vlad Ducasse-esque. Can look great at times, but can get stiff or bend his waist, allowing him to get bullrushed. Still raw.

- RG Cord Howard from Georgia Tech was downright awful. He's big, but doesn't move well and has a tendency to lunge. Think Herman Johnson from last year.

- Kam Chancellor (FS) is a solid tackler with good closing speed.

- Mike Kafka, Northewestern's QB this past season, was the most impressive QB of the day. Kept plays alive and showed good accuracy, especially on out routes and other passes towards the sidelines.
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