ALL STAR GAMES

Players All Star Classic Dish from 2-2-12:

Players who impressed on day three:

  • Jaymes Brooks-C/G-Virginia Tech (South Team): He showed very good flexibility from a strong lower base. He did an excellent job of mirroring and sliding in pass protection during the one-on-one period. It is clear that he has not played center very often, given his struggles with shotgun snaps.

 

  • Antoine McClain-G-Clemson (South Team): He showed very good strength, lower body flexibility and lateral quickness during this morning’s practice; especially during the one-on-one period. His anchor and strong punch are his greatest assets in pass protection. However, he attacked the defender too aggressively one time, stopped his feet and then got beaten by a good spin move by Brandon Joiner.

 

 

  • Ronald Leary-OG-Memphis (South Team): After an uneventful practice yesterday, Leary really stood-out in his play today. He has great size, lower body strength and a devastating punch to shock the defender. During the team period, he showed excellent strike, snap, sustain ability and got movement off the line-of scrimmage. In the one-on-one pass rush period, he stoned his man on every repetition. On a few occasions, he appeared to lose his balance, but quickly recovered and stayed on his feet and kept man blocked.

 

  • Toney Clemons-WR-Colorado (South Team): Through three practices, he is clearly the most consistent and polished receiver prospect on his team. He consistently extends to pluck the ball out of the air; especially in a contested environment. He shows very natural body control, balance and burst in/out of his breaks as a route-runner. He also shows the ability to win in his release off the line-of scrimmage, in addition to being able to separate horizontally in the underneath area and vertically downfield as well.

 

  • Daryl Richardson-RB-Abilene Christian (South Team): He ran with a great combination of speed, quickness and acceleration. He is a quick-twitch athlete with excellent foot quickness and very good elusiveness in the open field. He appeared to be the quickest & fastest player at his position on either team on this day.

 

 

  • Dezman Moses-DE-Tulane (South Team): He showed good initial quickness off the ball with quick, strong hands to defeat the blocker. During the team period, he showed great strength to toss the tackle aside for a tackle-for-loss. He is a relentless, undersized player with some natural edge pass rush ability. During the one-on-one pass rush drill, he showed very good body lean, bend and lateral quickness with a closing burst to the quarterback.

 

  • Jacquies Smith-DE-Missouri (South Team): He showed excellent quickness, agility, and change-of–direction ability throughout practice, especially during the one-on-one period. He was consistently able to beat the blocker with both speed and power. He also showed very quick hands and natural hip snap on contact with the blocker, which helped him to jolt and drive the OT backwards with a strong bull rush.

 

 

  • Coty Sensabaugh-CB-Clemson (South Team): He has a very smooth back pedal with loose hips and excellent closing ability as a coverage player. He shows strong cover skills for either the outside or inside over the slot receiver. He also shows strong ball skills and soft hands. He has had three solid practices in preparation for this weekend’s game.

 

  • Julian Talley-WR/RS-Massachusetts (North Team): He posted another exceptional practice performance this afternoon. However, he proved that he is human, after having a huge drop during the team period. Throughout practice, he showed a rare combination of speed, quickness, agility, burst and acceleration coming out of his breaks. He has the ability to change gears in his route and shows the natural ability to track and adjust to the ball in the air over his shoulder downfield.

 

  • Phillip Payne-WR-UNLV (North Team): He has excellent size and arm length with deceptive speed and quickness to consider for the position at the NFL level. He has real soft hands to pluck the ball out away from his frame. He has smooth hips and does not lose speed coming out of his breaks. He is very quick, smooth and agile as both a route-runner and in his run-after-catch ability. However, he does lack truly explosive athletic qualities and elite long speed.

 

 

  • Derrius Brooks-CB-Western Kentucky (North Team): He was the MVP of the afternoon practice in shorts and helmets. He is simply the best cover corner on either roster. He has a quick, low back pedal, fluid transition ability and an explosive closing burst on his breaks. He is capable of serving as the receiver’s shadow in tight coverage downfield. Most importantly, he shows a real knack for cutting underneath the receiver to make a play on the ball in the air with great timing. His size and athletic skills make him a good candidate to play both outside and inside over the slot receiver at the NFL level.

Players who failed to impress on day three:

  • Jermarcus Hardrick-OT-Nebraska (South Team): He really struggled in every drill during this morning’s practice. He has a very weak, inflexible lower body and plays too upright in all situations. He was beaten with both speed and power during the one-on-one pass rush drill and then got driven back onto his butt during the team period. He had a very hard time maintaining his balance after contact and spent way too much time on the ground today.

 

  • Brandon Bostick-WR-Newberry College (South Team): Despite having great size and very good hands, he appears to lack the foot quickness, play speed, burst and acceleration of professional players at his position. He has nearly zero quick-twitch explosiveness in any of his movements. He shows no elusiveness in the open field after the catch.

 

 

  • Taylor Dever-OT-Notre Dame (South Team): He is an inflexible athlete with decent size, who struggles to be a consistent player for either the run or the pass game. He tends to stop his feet, bends at the waist and drops his head on contact in pass protection. During the one-on-one pass rush drill, he was consistently beaten around the edge and by the quick inside counter move.

 

  • Marcus Rivers-WR-Buffalo (North Team): Although he possesses very good size, arm length, and hands, he is very gangly and awkward both as a route-runner and in his run-after-catch ability. He is a one-speed, long-strider with no top-end speed to separate vertically. It is hard to imagine him having a role to play on special teams at the NFL level.
  • Darryl Whiting-RB-Fordham (North Team): His great size is his greatest weakness. He is simply too tall and stiff to be able to lower his pads and run with any kind of contact balance, especially between the tackles. He does not possess enough compensating physical traits or athletic upside to ever become an effective runner at the professional level.

 

Players All Star Classic Dish from 2-1-12:

The second practice of the day was cut short due to heavy thunder storms, so not many players from the South Squad made enough of an impression to be included in today’s best and worst.

Players who impressed on day two:

  • Joe Martinek-RB/FB-Rutgers (North Team): He shows excellent natural run instincts and vision for the position. He has very quick feet with good lateral avoid in the hole as an inside runner. He also shows the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield.
  • Michael Willie-WR-Arizona State (North Team): He is clearly the most talented player at his position on the North team. He runs good routes with very good break-point quickness and separation ability against man-to-man coverage. He consistently extends to catch the ball away from his body with the natural ability to contort his body for the off-target throw.
  • Julian Talley-WR-Massachusetts (North Team): He caught a lot of footballs throughout practice this morning. He shows excellent overall athletic ability, body control, and balance as a route-runner and in his run-after-catch ability. For a player brought to the game because of his ability as a returner, he sure impressed the scouts in the stands today with his potential to develop as a back-up receiver as well.
  • Mark Asper-OC-Oregon (North Team): He has great size, good foot quickness, and very good lower body flexibility to develop for the position at the NFL level. He did a great job with his punch, sit, and slide during the one-on-one pass rush period this morning.
  • Dustin Waldron-OG-Portland State (North Team): He has very good size and athletic ability to consider for the position as a professional. During the 9-on-7 period, he pulled and led around the hole, before slamming into the outside linebacker and sustaining the block. He also showed the ability to punch, sit, and slide with ease in the one-on-one pass rush drill.
  • Jamie Blatnick-DE/OLB-Oklahoma State (North Team): He shows legitimate edge rush ability with very quick hands to disengage. As a run defender, he showed natural instincts with strong pursuit from the backside. He consistently played past the whistle with great hustle.
  • Oren Wilson-NT-Akron/Michigan State (North Team): He displayed very good initial quickness and strength, especially as a bull rusher during the one-on-one pass rush period. As a run defender, he showed quick, strong hands and flashed the ability to be a disruptive force inside.
  • Adrian Robinson-OLB-Temple (North Team): He has a real thick build with loose hips and quick feet to develop for the position. During the one-on-one cover drill against the running backs, he showed the ability to play in tight coverage and to make plays on the ball in the air. He shows excellent change-of-direction skills on the move in space.
  • Derrius Brooks-CB-Western Kentucky (North Team): He showed very quick and fluid back pedal and transition skills for the position. In press coverage, he looked very physical and athletic to stick with the receiver in tight coverage down the field.
  • Terrance Wilkerson-WR/Ret.-SMU (South Team): He worked as a slot receiver in the rain-shortened afternoon practice today. He showed excellent quickness, agility, and balance as both a route-runner and in his run-after-catch ability. He shows very special ability to gain speed out of his breaks on underneath routes. He is a sudden and elusive, undersized player with very soft hands.
  • Antoine McClain-OG-Clemson (South Team): He has great size, foot quickness, and lower body flexibility to develop for the position at the NFL level. During the abbreviated afternoon one-on-one pass rush drills, he was simply dominant. He showed quick and violent hands to shock the defender with the rare ability to snap/uncoil his hips with great balance on contact. He also showed strong lateral recovery ability and slide in pass protection.

 

Players who failed to impress on day two:

  • Carson Rockhill-OT-Calgary University (North Team): Despite possessing very good size, he appeared nearly totally overwhelmed throughout practice this morning. He was beaten by both strength and speed/quickness consistently in pass protection. He appeared to lose some confidence as practice went-on.
  • Mike Ryan-OG-Connecticut (North Team): He has great size, but is too limited athletically to be an effective player. He lacks the foot quickness and the lower body flexibility to sink his hips and anchor down against bull rushers, in addition to lacking the lateral agility and recovery to sustain against a quicker, faster defender.
  • Larry Wriedt-OC-West Liberty State (South Team): As a small school prospect, he really struggled to anchor down against the very strong bull rushers from bigger schools this afternoon. He does not appear to have the physical or the athletic ability to improve greatly over the rest of the week.

 

Players All Star Classic Dish from 1-31-12:

Players who impressed on day one:

  • Alex Tanney-QB-Monmouth (IL): Tanney consistently displayed a strong arm today with the ability to make all the NFL throws.  He flashed the ability to get rid of the ball quickly, but he needs to tighten up his release/delivery and footwork in order to be more consistent getting rid of the ball fast.  He is a very good athlete who can roll-out effectively and can throw well on the move.
  • Zach Nash-WLB-California Sate Sacramento: After playing defensive line in college, Nash had a very good day playing linebacker today.  He was surprisingly quick footed, smooth and fluid moving around in linebacker drills. He displayed good instincts reading and reacting to the play and was comfortable playing upright and off the ball.
  • Michael Willie-WR-Arizona State: Willie displayed good quickness in and out of his cuts to get some separation from cornerback.  He also showed burst to get separation deep and made some good catches in traffic.
  • Ronnie Cameron-DT-Old Dominion: Cameron was very active throughout practice against the run and pass.  He was explosive off the ball and displayed very quick hands taking on blockers.  He was consistently a disruptive force getting into backfield.
  • Jordan Jefferson-QB-LSU: For a quarterback who was so unimpressive on game film, Jefferson showed today why he can be enticing.  He displayed excellent arm strength and while he missed some throws, he was generally very accurate today making accurate throws with very good zip.  Really did well make quick and timing based throws that required accuracy into tight windows.
  • Darius Reynolds-WR-Iowa State: Reynolds consistently ran sharp and precise routes to get separation.  He showed very good hands and body control to adjust and make tough catches seem routine.  He really competed at a high level today.
  • Toney Clemons-WR-Colorado: Clemons displayed surprising quickness and athleticism running routes today – Was able to get in and out of cuts quickly and with a burst to get separation.  He caught the ball well today displaying good hands and body control.
  • Taylor Thompson-TE-SMU: Having played mostly DE at SMU, Thompson did not look like a player who had not played tight end much since high school today.  Despite being upright in his pass routes, he showed very good speed for such a big tight end.  He looked a lot like Rob Gronkowski physically and showed good hands catching the ball.
  • Rennie Moore-DT-Clemson: Moore consistently displayed explosive quickness off the ball at the snap and was clearly the most athletic defensive linemen on his squad.  He displayed very good hand use to defeat pass blocks and a great spin move during 1 on 1 period.
  • Dorvus Woods-DT-Arkansas State: Woods was very impressive during the 1 on 1 drill – Consistently defeated pass blocker with good initial quickness and lateral agility.
  • Danny Trevathan-LB-Kentucky: Trevathan is a thick, compact build and displayed good flexibility.   He was consistently very physical and aggressive during the 9 on 7 perior.  He also displayed good athleticism, ball skills and awareness when he tipped and intercepted a pass at the end of the 7 on 7 drill.
  • Jerico Nelson-LB/S-Arkansas: Looked very comfortable returning punts during pre-practice warm-up.  He was very smooth, quick and explosive in his movement and took great angles to the ball in coverage.  He is quick coming downhill as run defender and plays bigger than his measured size.
  • Greg Gatson-CB-Arkansas: Gatson displayed excellent foot quickness, hip flexibility and transition ability during the individual period.  Showed VG technique covering WR well in tight press M/M coverage.  He had the strongest overall coverage ability and any defensive back on his squad.
  • Jeremy Lane-CB-Northwestern State: Lane showed a quick and low backpedal much of the time (Occasionally he got back on heels in pedal and wasn’t nearly as effective when he did).  He did an excellent job of reading the QB/Pass and was able to plant, drive and close quickly on ball.  He shows no hesitation putting hands on WR to jam and slow release, maintains contact with WR to throw off timing and push WR off route.

Players who failed to impress on day one:

  • Scott Smith-DE-Texas Tech: Smith has a very slim build and is stiff, which hinders his ability to play with leverage and base.  He lacks body control and balance to play effectively when on the move.  He is weak on contact and has little chance of making plays vs run when he has to defeat a block to do so.
  • Antwaun Reed-CB-Pittsburgh: Reed did a bad job of staying over feet and maintaining good positioning after delivering initial jam and can be beaten off the LOS too easily.  From “Off” alignment he tends to try to jolt WR during route and his timing his bad as he delivers blow after five yards.  He lacks the playing speed to run with fast receivers deep and does not have the explosive burst to catch up if he loses a step in coverage.
  • Damon Harrison-NT-William Penn: He looked fleshy and seemed to tire during the individual drills.  He is too slow footed and heavy legged to compete at the NFL level.
  • Tramain Thomas-S-Arkansas: Thomas lacks explosive burst to close in time on WR to try and break up pass.  He does not show explosiveness or burst in his movements.  He looked like a coverage liability today in both M/M and zone.
  • Matt Blanchard-QB-Wisconsin-Whitewater: Blanchard really lacked arm strength today as his passes to float and hang in the air too often.  His mechanics need work if he is going to be able to get rid of ball quickly enough for the NFL.
  • Derek Carrier-WR-Beloit College: Carrier looked stiff and mechanical in his routes and could not separate from coverage.  Additionally, his stiffness hindered his ability to catch low passes and passes thrown a little behind him.  Overall, he looked out of place athletically today.

 

MEASUREABLES  FROM  PLAYERS  ALL  STAR  CLASSIC

NAME POS COLLEGE SQUAD HEIGHT WEIGHT HAND ARM WING-SPAN
Asper Mark OG/OT  Oregon NORTH 6061 316 9 5/8 31 7/8 77 1/2
Bilukidi Christo DT  Georgia State NORTH 6040 307 10 34 5/8 83 1/4
Blanchard Matt QB  Wisconsin-Whitewater NORTH 6027 222 10 5/8 32 3/8 77 1/2
Blatnick Jamie DE/OLB  Oklahoma State NORTH 6027 270 10 31 3/8 76 5/8
Brooks Derrius CB  Western Kentucky NORTH 5094 188 9 3/8 30 5/8 74
Broughton Braylon DE  TCU NORTH 6040 254 9 1/4 34 1/8 81 3/8
Bryant D.J. OLB/DE  James Madison NORTH 6032 245 9 1/2 34 1/4 82 5/8
Burton Charles OC/OL  Montana NORTH 6051 323 9 3/4 34 3/4 84
Cameron Ronnie DT  Old Dominion NORTH 6020 299 9 1/2 32 7/8 79 3/8
Campbell D.J. S  California NORTH 5115 200 9 7/8 30 3/4 74 3/8
Carrier Derek WR  Beloit College NORTH 6031 235 9 1/4 32 77 1/4
Celek Garrett TE  Michigan State NORTH 6043 253 10 31 7/8 76 3/4
Coleman Derrick RB  UCLA NORTH 5112 234 10 1/8 32 3/4 80 1/4
Cornick Paul OG  North Dakota State NORTH 6053 308 10 1/8 34 1/8 80 1/2
Cullen John OT  Utah NORTH 6043 292 9 1/2 32 1/8 77 1/8
Davis Dominique QB  East Carolina/Boston College NORTH 6027 218 9 5/8 33 1/8 81 1/2
Faulcon Chad S  Montclair State (NJ) NORTH 5113 193 9 3/4 32 77 1/2
Gipson Tashaun CB/S  Wyoming NORTH 5112 205 9 1/2 32 75 7/8
Green David OG  Rowan NORTH 6040 290 9 3/4 31 5/8 77 1/2
Hanna James TE  Oklahoma NORTH 6037 244 9 7/8 32 3/8 77 3/4
Jones Jeremy S/CB  Wayne State (MI) NORTH 5095 196 9 1/4 30 3/8 72 3/8
Laster Clarence DB/RT  SW Oklahoma State NORTH 5102 184 9 1/4 30 1/4 73 3/8
Lattimore Eric DE/DT  Penn State NORTH 6052 279 10 1/8 34 5/8 82 5/8
Mark Lampford RB/RT  Nevada NORTH 5114 201 8 3/4 31 1/4 75 5/8
Martens Kyle P  Rice NORTH 6047 225 9 31 7/8 78 1/8
Martinek Joe FB/RB  Rutgers NORTH 5113 221 9 3/4 31 1/8 71 1/4
McSurdy Caleb ILB  Montana NORTH 6006 251 9 3/8 29 7/8 74 5/8
Miller Anthony TE  California NORTH 6030 255 9 5/8 33 1/8 79 1/2
Moye Derek WR Penn State NORTH 6044 205 8 32 77 3/4
Nash Zach OLB/DE  Cal-State Sacramento NORTH 6023 252 9 7/8 31 1/2 77 1/4
Novikoff Tyrone OL  Idaho NORTH 6063 316 10 1/8 31 1/2 76 7/8
Opperud Jon OT  Montana NORTH 6064 305 9 7/8 32 5/8 79 3/8
Ortiz Josue DT/DE  Harvard NORTH 6041 257 9 5/8 34 79 1/8
Payne Phillip WR  UNLV NORTH 6026 208 9 3/4 32 1/2 78
Quarles Cyhl S  Wake Forest NORTH 6014 213 9 3/8 32 1/4 75 1/8
Reed Antwuan CB  Pittsburgh NORTH 5095 184 9 1/8 30 1/8 71 1/2
Richard Donovan S  South Carolina State NORTH 5117 218 8 5/8 30 1/4 75 5/8
Rivers Marcus WR  Buffalo NORTH 6026 211 9 1/4 34 82 1/8
Robinson Adrian OLB/DE  Temple NORTH 6005 237 9 1/2 31 3/8 75 7/8
Rockhill Carson OL  Calgary U. NORTH 6053 297 9 1/8 32 1/2 79 1/4
Roy Brett DE/DT  Nevada NORTH 6025 273 9 1/4 32 3/8 78 1/8
Ryan Mike OG  Connecticut NORTH 6050 319 9 3/8 33 7/8 80 3/8
Slowey Jason OC/LS  Western Oregon NORTH 6024 302 9 3/4 32 7/8 79 7/8
Smith Michael RB  Utah State NORTH 5081 207 9 1/2 29 1/2 71 1/8
Smith Scott DE  Texas Tech NORTH 6064 262 9 1/4 33 7/8 82 5/8
Talley Julian RT/WR  UMass NORTH 6010 184 8 5/8 31 75 3/8
Tanney Alex QB  Monmouth (IL) NORTH 6027 216 10 30 3/8 74 5/8
Teggart David K  Connecticut NORTH 6000 203 9 29 1/2 72 5/8
Toomer Korey ILB  Idaho NORTH 6017 233 9 5/8 32 3/4 80 1/8
Waldron Dustin OT  Portland State NORTH 6052 307 9 3/4 32 1/4 78 3/4
Weems Darrion OT  Oregon NORTH 6043 316 10 1/4 34 1/2 83 5/8
Whitehead Tahir OLB  Temple NORTH 6011 233 10 1/4 32 77 7/8
Whiting Darryl FB/RB  Fordham NORTH 6026 229 9 5/8 32 3/4 79 1/4
Willie Michael WR  Arizona State NORTH 6021 217 9 1/2 33 1/8 80 3/4
Wilson Oren NT/DT  Akron/Michigan State NORTH 6013 296 9 7/8 32 1/4 79 7/8
Woolfolk Troy CB  Michigan NORTH 5110 195 8 3/4 30 7/8 73 3/4
Adams Kendrick DE/OLB  LSU SOUTH 6046 248 10 34 7/8 83 1/4
Banyard Joseph RB  UTEP SOUTH 5104 206 9 1/8 31 74
Bolden Brandon RB  Mississippi SOUTH 5110 220 10 31 7/8 76 5/8
Bostick Brandon WR/HB  Newberry SOUTH 6034 244 9 33 1/2 80 7/8
Brooks Jaymes OC/OG  Virginia Tech SOUTH 6020 310 10 3/8 32 78
Brown Sammy OLB  Houston SOUTH 6016 243 9 3/8 33 79 3/4
Carmon James OT  Mississippi State SOUTH 6054 334 9 1/2 34 83 1/8
Carter Rashaad WR  Tusculum SOUTH 6014 204 10 1/8 32 7/8 78 1/4
Clemons Toney WR  Colorado SOUTH 6020 208 9 3/8 31 5/8 76 3/4
Corp Aaron QB  Richmond/USC SOUTH 6035 214 9 1/2 31 1/4 75 1/8
DeChristopher Blake OG/OT  Virginia Tech SOUTH 6045 305 8 3/4 31 5/8 76 1/2
Dever Taylor OL  Notre Dame SOUTH 6053 293 9 1/2 31 7/8 79
Dick Nathan QB  Central Arkansas/Arkansas SOUTH 6033 219 9 5/8 31 1/8 77 1/4
Ding Long K  Norwich University SOUTH 5115 219 9 1/4 30 1/2 74 5/8
Freeman Grant OL  Arkansas SOUTH 6064 295 10 3/4 33 1/8 81 1/4
Gatson Greg CB  Arkansas SOUTH 5096 163 9 1/4 31 1/8 74 3/4
Hardrick Jermarcus OT  Nebraska SOUTH 6043 325 9 1/4 35 3/4 84 5/8
Harrison Damon DT  William Penn SOUTH 6023 347 10 1/2 33 1/4 80 7/8
Jefferson Jordan QB  LSU SOUTH 6043 223 10 32 5/8 77 1/4
Joiner Brandon DE  Arkansas State SOUTH 6021 252 10 3/8 32 5/8 78 7/8
Kemp Wes WR  Missouri SOUTH 6031 230 9 7/8 32 1/2 78 7/8
Kitchen Ishmaa”ily DT  Kent State SOUTH 6004 343 8 3/4 32 5/8 77 7/8
Lane Jeremy CB  Northwestern St. SOUTH 5116 183 8 1/2 32 1/4 76 3/8
Leak Antonio OLB  Henderson State SOUTH 6012 252 9 3/4 32 5/8 79 5/8
Leary Ronald OG  Memphis SOUTH 6030 322 8 3/4 33 7/8 82 1/8
McClain Antoine OG  Clemson SOUTH 6055 335 10 3/8 34 1/4 82
McCray Kelcie S  Arkansas State SOUTH 6015 196 9 5/8 32 77 3/8
McGrath Sean LS  Henderson State SOUTH 6044 245 10 3/8 32 5/8 79 1/4
Mitchell Charles S  Mississippi State SOUTH 5106 205 9 1/2 31 76 3/8
Moore Adrian RB  Arkansas Pine-Bluff/Oklahoma State SOUTH 5097 199 9 1/8 31 3/8 75 3/8
Moore Rennie DT/DE  Clemson SOUTH 6031 266 9 5/8 32 3/4 79 1/8
Moses Dezman DE/OLB  Tulane SOUTH 6016 252 10 1/2 32 7/8 79 3/4
Nelson Jerico S  Arkansas SOUTH 5090 190 8 3/8 29 3/8 71 1/2
Nunn Kyle OG/OT  South Carolina SOUTH 6053 299 9 7/8 33 1/8 81 1/4
Prelow Darius S  UL-Monroe SOUTH 6000 206 8 5/8 30 5/8 74 1/4
Reynolds Darius WR  Iowa State SOUTH 6016 212 9 31 7/8 77 3/8
Richardson Daryl RB  Abilene Christian SOUTH 5103 195 9 1/4 30 1/8 74 1/8
Robertson Jermaine FB  Arkansas State SOUTH 5103 228 10 32 77 7/8
Sensabaugh Coty CB  Clemson SOUTH 5112 187 8 7/8 30 3/4 75 1/4
Smith Jacquies DE/OLB  Missouri SOUTH 6023 255 9 31 5/8 78
Smith Lionel DB  Texas A&M SOUTH 5113 190 9 5/8 31 7/8 75 7/8
Stewart Jeremy FB/RB  Stanford SOUTH 5103 213 9 1/2 30 3/8 75 5/8
Supernaw Phillip TE  Ouchita Baptist SOUTH 6041 249 9 3/8 32 1/4 76 5/8
Thomas Tramain S  Arkansas SOUTH 5116 192 9 7/8 30 3/4 75 1/8
Thompson Taylor TE/DL  SMU SOUTH 6061 266 10 1/2 34 80 3/4
Trantin Jake ILB  William and Mary SOUTH 6003 234 9 30 3/8 72 3/8
Trevathan Danny OLB  Kentucky SOUTH 5117 230 9 3/4 32 3/4 77 3/8
Tydlacka Ryan P  Kentucky SOUTH 6003 193 8 1/2 30 1/8 72 3/8
Urban Tyler TE  West Virginia SOUTH 6040 245 9 1/2 31 75 3/8
Walker Landon OT  Clemson SOUTH 6052 301 10 1/2 33 7/8 80 1/8
White Corey CB/S  Samford SOUTH 5113 205 9 3/8 31 3/4 75 3/4
Whiteside Aston OLB/DE  Abilene Christian SOUTH 6013 265 9 31 3/8 77 3/8
Wilkerson Terrance RT/WR  SMU SOUTH 5101 174 8 1/4 30 1/4 73
Williams Garrick ILB  Texas A&M SOUTH 6015 239 9 3/8 32 7/8 78 3/8
Woods Dorvus DT/DE  Arkansas State SOUTH 6020 266 9 3/8 31 5/8 76 3/8
Wriedt Larry OC/OL  West Liberty State SOUTH 6046 335 10 1/4 34 5/8 81 5/8
SENIOR BOWL — NORTH TEAM
# LAST FIRST POS SCHOOL HT WT HAND ARM SPAN
75 ADAMS MIKE OT OHIO STATE 6070 323 11 33 3/4 82 1/2
71 BERGSTROM TONY OT UTAH 6054 315 9 31 3/8 77
50 BREWSTER MIKE C OHIO STATE 6042 310 9 5/8 31 75 3/8
44 COLE AUDIE LB NC STATE 6041 248 10 32 1/4 78 1/2
8 COUSINS KIRK QB MICHIGAN ST 6022 209 9 7/8 31 1/4 74 5/8
81 CRAWFORD JACK DE PENN STATE 6047 268 10 1/8 33 1/2 80 7/8
99 CURRY VINNY DE MARSHALL 6030 265 9 1/4 32 78 1/4
4 DAVID LAVONTE LB NEBRASKA 6004 225 8 1/2 31 1/8 76 3/4
DAVIS DEMARIO LB ARKANSAS ST NOT YET ARRIVED
15 DENNARD ALFONZO CB NEBRASKA 5100 203 9 1/4 30 73 1/8
82 EGNEW MICHAEL TE MISSOURI 6052 251 9 3/4 32 1/4 79 3/8
34 EWING BRADIE FB WISCONSIN 5115 241 10 1/4 31 1/8 75 5/8
13 FLEMING JAMELL CB OKLAHOMA 5105 202 9 1/2 30 7/8 75 1/8
24 FLETCHER DONNIE CB BOSTON COLL 6002 201 8 7/8 30 76 1/8
52 GERHART GARTH C ARIZONA STATE 6011 301 9 5/8 32 7/8 80 5/8
83 GRAHAM T.J. WR NC STATE 5113 182 9 1/4 31 3/4 76
1 HERRON DAN RB OHIO STATE 5092 212 9 31 5/8 75 1/2
84 IGWENAGU EMIL TE UMASS 6011 245 9 1/8 33 1/8 80 3/8
18 ILOKA GEORGE S BOISE STATE 6035 222 9 5/8 33 7/8 81 5/8
2 JACKSON ASA CB CAL POLY 5097 193 8 3/4 28 5/8 68 3/8
56 JOHNSON CAM LB VIRGINIA 6036 267 8 7/8 32 1/2 80 1/8
52 JOHNSON JAMES-MICHAEL LB NEVADA 6011 249 9 5/8 32 3/4 79 3/8
23 JOHNSON LEONARD CB IOWA STATE 5097 198 8 28 3/4 70 3/8
89 JONES MARVIN WR CALIFORNIA 6017 198 10 32 7/8 79 1/4
56 KELEMETE SENIO OG WASHINGTON 6034 300 9 5/8 32 3/4 78 3/4
85 LINTHICUM BRIAN TE MICHIGAN ST 6036 249 9 3/4 32 5/8 78 1/2
8 LYNN D’ANTON CB PENN STATE 5115 205 8 3/8 29 71 7/8
22 MARTIN DOUG RB BOISE STATE 5090 219 9 1/8 29 7/8 72 3/4
68 MARTIN MIKE DT MICHIGAN 6012 307 9 3/8 31 3/4 78 1/8
92 MCCLELLIN SHEA DE BOISE STATE 6032 248 10 1/8 31 3/4 77 7/8
7 MCNUTT MARVIN WR IOWA 6024 216 10 1/8 31 5/8 78 1/8
11 MOORE KELLEN QB BOISE STATE 5116 191 9 3/8 29 7/8 73
97 NORTMAN BRAD P WISCONSIN 6023 207 9 31 7/8 77 1/2
73 OSEMELE KELECHI OG IOWA STATE 6053 333 10 3/8 35 1/4 85 1/2
23 PEAD ISAIAH RB CINCINNATI 5097 193 8 5/8 31 75 1/2
20 POLK CHRIS RB WASHINGTON 5104 224 9 3/4 30 7/8 73 1/2
3 POSEY DEVIER WR OHIO STATE 6015 209 9 1/4 31 3/8 74 3/8
88 QUICK BRIAN WR APPALACHIAN ST 6034 222 9 7/8 33 1/2 81 1/8
98 REYES KENDALL DT CONNECTICUT 6037 300 9 1/2 32 5/8 79 5/8
81 ROBINSON GERELL WR ARIZONA STATE 6031 223 10 32 1/8 78
19 ROBINSON TRENTON S MICHIGAN ST 5094 193 9 3/4 30 7/8 73
72 SCHWARTZ MITCHELL OT CALIFORNIA 6051 317 10 33 1/8 81 5/8
22 SMITH HARRISON S NOTRE DAME 6016 212 10 1/8 32 77
74 TA’AMU ALAMEDA DT WASHINGTON 6024 341 9 7/8 31 1/8 78 3/8
74 TROUTMAN JOHNNIE OG PENN STATE 6041 325 9 3/4 33 79 3/8
45 WAGNER BOBBY LB UTAH STATE 6002 241 9 7/8 32 1/2 79 1/8
37 WIGGS CARSON K PURDUE 6004 222 8 7/8 30 5/8 75 5/8
16 WILSON RUSSELL QB WISCONSIN 5105 203 10 31 1/4 76
90 WINN BILLY DE BOISE STATE 6033 296 9 1/8 31 3/4 78
62 WOJTA KYLE DS WISCONSIN 6014 239 9 7/8 32 1/4 78 5/8
95 WOLFE DEREK DT CINCINNATI 6047 286 10 3/4 32 7/8 80 3/8
70 ZEITLER KEVIN OG WISCONSIN 6037 315 10 1/8 32 1/2 80 3/8
SENIOR BOWL — SOUTH TEAM
# LAST FIRST POS SCHOOL HT WT HAND ARM SPAN
26 ALLEN ANTONIO S S CAROLINA 6012 202 9 3/8 31 7/8 78 1/2
72 ALLEN JEFF OT ILLINOIS 6040 306 10 1/8 33 1/4 80 3/8
28 BALLARD VICK RB MISSISSIPPI ST 5101 217 9 1/2 31 1/8 75 1/8
5 BENTLEY DWIGHT “BILL” CB LA-LAFAYETTE 5097 176 7 7/8 29 1/2 70 7/8
91 BEQUETTE JAKE LB ARKANSAS 6044 264 9 1/4 32 1/4 77 3/4
61 BLACKWELL WILL OG LSU 6034 314 10 1/2 33 3/4 80 5/8
74 BLAKE PHILIP OG BAYLOR 6023 312 9 3/4 31 7/8 78 1/4
2 BOYKIN BRANDON CB GEORGIA 5092 183 9 1/8 30 3/4 73 1/2
13 BRADHAM NIGEL LB FLORIDA ST 6015 237 10 3/8 33 1/4 77 3/4
70 BROWN JAMES OG TROY 6034 307 10 1/4 33 3/8 81 3/4
47 BROWN ZACH LB N CAROLINA 6013 236 9 3/8 32 1/2 78 1/8
29 BULLOCK RANDY K TEXAS A&M 5093 207 8 1/2 28 3/4 70 3/4
13 BUTLER DREW P GEORGIA 6011 199 8 3/4 30 3/8 75 1/4
90 COPLES QUINTON DE N CAROLINA 6056 281 10 1/8 33 1/8 80 1/4
82 CRINER JURON WR ARIZONA 6021 220 10 1/2 31 3/8 76 1/4
30 DIEHL CHAD FB CLEMSON 6014 257 9 7/8 30 3/8 74 1/2
83 EDWARDS PATRICK WR HOUSTON 5087 168 8 1/2 29 3/8 71 1/4
8 FOLES NICK QB ARIZONA 6050 244 10 3/4 33 80 7/8
87 FULLER JEFF WR TEXAS A&M 6041 217 9 3/8 34 1/8 81
24 GANAWAY TERRANCE RB BAYLOR 5114 241 9 1/2 31 3/4 73 7/8
71 GLENN CORDY OG GEORGIA 6054 346 10 35 1/8 84 5/8
32 GRAY CYRUS RB TEXAS A&M 5102 198 9 29 3/8 72
89 GREEN LADARIUS TE LA-LAFAYETTE 6056 237 10 32 7/8 81 3/4
62 HARRIS JOSH DS AUBURN 6011 250 9 7/8 30 7/8 75 3/8
19 HAYWARD CASEY CB VANDERBILT 5110 188 8 7/8 30 1/8 73 3/4
96 HOWARD JAYE DT FLORIDA 6030 292 10 1/8 32 1/8 78 3/8
6 INGRAM MELVIN DE S CAROLINA 6017 276 9 1/4 30 1/2 77 1/8
1 JENKINS JANORIS CB N ALABAMA 5096 191 8 1/4 30 3/8 74 1/4
94 JEROD-EDDIE TONY DT TEXAS A&M 6040 303 9 1/4 34 3/8 80 5/8
60 JONES BEN C GEORGIA 6025 304 9 5/8 32 1/4 78 1/8
85 JONES DWIGHT WR N CAROLINA 6031 226 9 33 5/8 80 5/8
17 LINDLEY RYAN QB SAN DIEGO ST 6036 229 10 1/8 32 1/4 78
10 MARTIN MARKELLE S OKLAHOMA ST 6006 203 8 1/2 31 1/8 75 1/8
1 MAZE MARQUIS WR ALABAMA 5076 184 9 29 3/8 71 1/8
76 MCCANTS MATT OT UAB 6055 309 8 3/4 35 82 5/8
24 MENZIE DEQUAN CB ALABAMA 5104 195 8 1/2 29 5/8 73
19 PETERSON DEANGELO TE LSU 6027 230 9 1/2 32 77 3/4
92 POWELL TYDREKE DE N CAROLINA 6023 309 9 7/8 31 7/8 78 1/2
2 RAINEY CHRIS RB FLORIDA 5083 178 9 1/2 30 3/4 72 1/4
93 RANDALL KHEESTON DT TEXAS 6044 297 9 1/2 33 78 3/8
51 ROBINSON KEENAN LB TEXAS 6031 240 9 7/8 32 3/4 79 5/8
77 SANDERS ZEBRIE OT FLORIDA ST 6054 308 11 34 5/8 83 1/2
44 SMELLEY BRAD TE ALABAMA 6017 233 9 5/8 32 1/8 77 1/8
31 SPENCE SEAN LB MIAMI 5113 228 9 3/8 30 5/8 74 3/4
4 STEED RYAN CB FURMAN 5103 190 9 32 78 1/8
18 TAYLOR BRANDON S LSU 5111 202 9 1/8 31 1/2 75
98 THOMPSON BRANDON DT CLEMSON 6020 311 9 5/8 32 5/8 77 7/8
41 UPSHAW COURTNEY DE ALABAMA 6014 273 8 5/8 31 1/2 75 1/4
73 VLACHOS WILLIAM C ALABAMA 6003 306 9 1/8 30 72 5/8
3 WEEDEN BRANDON QB OKLAHOMA ST 6034 219 9 1/2 30 5/8 76 1/2


MEASUREABLES  FROM  2012  EAST  WEST  SHRINE  GAME

Team Last First Pos School Ht Wt Arm Hand Wingspan
East Adams Jeff OT Columbia University 6060 306 34 3/8 9 3/4 81 7/8
East Benford Tim WR Tennessee Tech University 5113 199 33 1/4 8 3/4 76 5/8
East Bethel Justin CB Presbyterian College 5111 196 31 1/2 9 1/2 76 3/4
East Blanton Robert CB University of Notre Dame 6003 197 31 1/4 9 1/8 76 1/8
East Brantley John QB University of Florida 6025 219 30 1/2 8 3/4 73 1/2
East Brown Charles CB University of North Carolina 5091 209 29 8 3/4 70 1/4
East Byrd LaRon WR University of Miami, Florida 6035 224 32 1/2 9 3/4 76 3/4
East Coleman BJ QB University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 6031 234 31 5/8 10 1/4 76
East Conrath Matt DT University of Virginia 6072 281 33 3/8 10 5/8 81 1/4
East Cunningham BJ WR Michigan State University 6013 209 32 5/8 8 1/4 76 7/8
East Daniels Matt SS Duke University 6001 215 32 3/4 8 3/4 77 1/8
East Davis Austin QB University of Southern Mississippi 6013 218 31 3/4 10 1/8 75 1/4
East Davis Emanuel CB East Carolina University 5100 186 31 8 1/2 72 1/2
East Dennis Derek OG Temple University 6030 315 33 10 78 7/8
East Erzinger Steven ILB Army 6007 219 31 1/2 9 3/4 75 1/2
East Figgins Bruce TE University of Georgia 6032 272 33 1/4 9 3/4 79
East Ford Chase TE University of Miami, Florida 6063 258 33 10 1/4 77 5/8
East Goode Najee ILB West Virginia University 6001 245 32 1/4 8 7/8 76
East Gray Gary CB University of Notre Dame 5104 191 31 1/8 8 1/2 73 1/2
East Gruder Max OLB University of Pittsburgh 6011 235 30 3/8 8 3/4 73 7/8
East Hardy Kevin WR The Citadel 5111 183 32 8 3/4 73 1/4
East Hartman Tysyn SS Kansas State University 6025 208 31 3/4 8 1/2 76 5/8
East Hicks Akiem DT University of Regina (CANADA) 6045 324 35 1/8 10 1/8 84
East Holmes Lamar OT University of Southern Mississippi 6051 320 35 1/4 9 5/8 82 1/8
East Horn Tyler C University of Miami, Florida 6036 308 32 1/4 9 77 3/4
East Igwenagu Emil FB University of Massachusetts 6012 245 33 9 1/8 79 7/8
East Jean-Baptiste Nick DT Baylor University 6014 335 33 9 3/4 77 3/4
East Jenkins A.J. WR University of Illinois 6002 192 32 1/4 9 1/4 77 1/4
East Johnson Rishaw OG California University (Penn) 6034 309 34 1/2 11 80 5/8
East Lewis Lance WR East Carolina University 6006 209 33 10 78 3/8
East Linam Josh ILB University of Central Florida 6021 245 30 1/4 8 3/4 73 1/8
East Lindsey Brandon OLB University of Pittsburgh 6015 255 32 3/4 10 3/4 76 5/8
East Loiseau Shawn ILB Merrimack College 6002 241 30 3/8 8 74 3/8
East Long Joe OT Wayne State University 6054 308 34 10 81 3/8
East Mayo Thomas WR California University (Penn) 6012 207 32 5/8 9 3/8 77 1/4
East Meggett Davin RB University of Maryland 5081 220 30 9 1/2 73 3/8
East Miller Julian DE West Virginia University 6033 256 34 1/8 9 80 7/8
East Morris Alfred RB Florida Atlantic University 5101 222 31 3/8 10 1/8 76 1/4
East Norman Josh CB Coastal Carolina University 6003 203 32 1/2 9 1/4 77 1/8
East Pellerin Micah CB Hampton University 6003 195 31 1/8 9 1/2 76 1/2
East Poole Tauren RB University of Tennessee 5097 206 29 3/4 8 3/8 70 7/8
East Powell Shawn P Florida State University 6036 253 32 1/4 9 1/4 77
East Regis Micanor DT University of Miami, Florida 6025 309 33 10 1/4 80 1/2
East Robertson Travian DT University of South Carolina 6040 305 32 1/2 10 76 1/2
East Rodriguez Evan TE Temple University 6015 242 31 5/8 9 1/4 76 7/8
East Saulsberry Quenton C Mississippi State University 6024 302 33 5/8 10 80 3/8
East Sowell Bradley OT University of Mississippi 6067 316 32 1/2 9 3/8 79 5/8
East Sukay Nick SS Penn State University 6007 211 30 1/4 9 1/8 72 1/2
East Thompson Christian “CT” FS South Carolina State 6003 213 31 5/8 8 1/4 74 1/2
East Tuani Jabaree DE Navy 5114 268 32 3/4 9 77 1/4
East Walsh Blair K University of Georgia 5093 186 29 1/2 8 3/8 70
East Warren Jeremiah OG University of South Florida 6027 336 34 10 3/8 83 1/4
East Wilber Kyle OLB Wake Forest University 6035 249 32 5/8 9 1/8 77 1/4
East Wynn Desmond OG Rutgers University 6053 305 34 10 82 1/8
East Young Jerrell SS University of South Florida 6007 207 32 9 1/2 78 3/4
West Anger Bryan P University of California 6034 202 32 3/4 9 78
West Brooks Brandon OG Miami University – Ohio 6045 353 33 1/2 10 80 1/4
West Bryan George TE North Carolina State University 6050 265 33 1/4 9 3/4 78 3/4
West Carder Tank OLB Texas Christian University 6022 236 31 9 74 5/8
West Cassidy Austin SS University of Nebraska 6003 210 31 9 3/4 76
West Childs Greg WR University of Arkansas – Fayetteville 6031 215 33 1/2 10 1/8 81 1/2
West Compton Tom OT University of South Dakota 6052 314 33 7/8 9 7/8 80 1/4
West Crawford Tyrone DE Boise State University 6041 285 33 1/2 9 1/2 80 1/8
West Creer Lennon RB Louisiana Tech 5116 222 31 1/4 9 1/4 75 1/4
West Francis Justin DE Rutgers University 6023 270 33 10 1/8 81 1/4
West Franklin Jerry ILB University of Arkansas – Fayetteville 6011 241 33 1/4 9 1/4 77 7/8
West Gideon Blake FS University of Texas 6001 208 29 7/8 8 3/8 72 3/8
West Greenwood Chris CB Albion 6013 196 31 5/8 9 1/2 78 1/8
West Hamilton Dominique DT University of Missouri 6047 320 33 1/4 10 1/4 80 1/2
West Hanks Darius WR University of Alabama 5116 182 31 1/2 9 1/2 76 1/4
West Hansen Tyler QB University of Colorado 6004 222 30 1/2 9 1/8 72 3/4
West Hardin Brandon CB Oregon State University 6025 222 31 1/4 9 1/4 74 1/2
West Harkey Cory TE UCLA 6040 262 31 1/4 9 1/4 77 1/4
West Harnish Chandler QB Northern Illinois University 6014 219 32 1/4 9 1/4 76 1/2
West Harris DaJohn DT University of Southern California 6030 308 32 5/8 10 79 7/8
West Heenan Ben OG Saskatchewan University (CANADA) 6041 315 32 1/2 10 1/8 80 1/4
West Hemingway Junior WR University of Michigan 6007 228 32 9 3/8 78 1/2
West Henry Aaron (Hank) FS University of Wisconsin 5116 208 32 8 1/2 76 1/4
West Ihenacho Duke SS San Jose State University 6000 212 32 9 76 3/4
West Johnson Steve OLB University of Kansas 6002 241 31 3/4 9 1/4 77 1/4
West Jones Marcel OT University of Nebraska 6060 330 34 1/8 10 1/4 83 1/2
West Kaddu Josh OLB University of Oregon 6026 235 33 1/4 9 1/8 78
West Koger Kevin TE University of Michigan 6032 262 32 7/8 10 1/4 78 1/4
West LeRibeus Josh OG Southern Methodist University 6031 316 32 1/8 9 1/4 79 5/8
West Lockett Kentrell DE University of Mississippi 6050 243 34 10 1/8 84 3/8
West Marshall Brandon OLB University of Nevada 6012 254 33 3/8 10 1/8 80 1/8
West McLeod Rodney CB University of Virginia 5095 185 31 1/2 10 1/8 74 3/8
West Meatoga Vaughn DT University of Hawaii 6011 299 33 9 3/8 78 1/4
West Miller Ryan OG University of Colorado 6067 326 32 1/2 9 1/2 80 5/8
West Moss Dale WR South Dakota State University 6033 220 33 1/8 10 1/8 79 1/4
West Gascon-Nadon Arnaud DE Laval University (CANADA) 6030 249 31 9 1/8 75 1/2
West Netter Al OG Northwestern University 6040 316 33 1/8 10 81 1/4
West Paulson David TE University of Oregon 6031 243 32 1/2 10 77 1/2
West Persa Dan QB Northwestern University 5111 212 30 9 1/4 72 5/8
West Petrus Moe C University of Connecticut 6017 299 30 5/8 9 1/8 75
West Prater Shaun CB University of Iowa 5101 185 30 1/2 8 1/2 73 1/4
West Prewitt Matt P Kentucky Christian University 5112 197 29 5/8 9 7/8 71 3/4
West Rainey Bobby RB Western Kentucky University 5070 208 30 1/8 8 3/4 72 1/2
West Reynolds Matt OT Brigham Young University 6044 310 33 1/8 9 3/8 80 1/8
West Shoemaker Tyler WR Boise State University 6013 214 30 9 73 1/2
West Snow David OG University of Texas 6037 303 32 1/2 10 1/4 80 1/8
West Tandy Keith CB West Virginia University 5100 202 31 3/4 8 3/4 75 3/8
West Thornton Ronnie LB University of Southern Mississippi 6015 247 33 1/8 9 5/8 78 3/4
West Tuipulotu Kani DT University of Hawaii 6006 310 32 1/4 9 7/8 78
West Tyler Marc RB University of Southern California 5106 230 31 1/2 9 1/2 75 1/4
West Wade Trevin CB University of Arizona 5100 192 30 1/2 8 1/2 72 1/4
West Wright Jarius WR University of Arkansas – Fayetteville 5095 176 31 8 3/8 74 7/8
West Wylie Devon WR Fresno State University 5091 186 30 1/4 9 1/2 72 3/4
West Zuerlein Greg K University of Nebraska-Omaha/Missouri Western State 6000 189 29 3/4 9 71 5/8
West Zusevics Markus OT University of Iowa 6047 296 33 9 3/4 78 7/8