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Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay passes along word that a scout is "almost certain" Illinois junior DT Akeem Spence will declare for April's Draft.

McShay adds that Spence has been a "standout" for the Illini this season. Prior to the year, Spence was drawing a lot of praise due to powerful first punch strength and quick feet, but we think the entire Illinois defensive unit has severely under-performed. Spence has the talent, but he could be selected in the second day due to the lack of an opportunity to fix his slipping status.
Source: ESPN
Fri, Nov 16, 2012 03:38:00 PM

Eagles head coach Chip Kelly put Penn State DB Adrian Amos through a workout on PSU's campus.

You'll recall that Amos recently visited the Eagles, so this was something of a follow-up. "The Eagles said I did well," Amos wrote in a draft diary. "It all comes down to where they see value. I personally know what I can do and what value I bring to the team. It's about getting everybody to realize that. With this draft, you never know where you may fall or how you may fall to another team." Amos also passed along that he will attend the Ravens' local workout on Tuesday.
Apr 19 - 6:29 PM

Georgia RB Todd Gurley will visit the Patriots this week.

New England picks at No. 32 overall, a half-round behind where Gurley is expected to be taken, though it's not out of the realm of possibility that Gurley slides due to his knee injury or that the Patriots attempt to make a play up the board to acquire him. Gurley's medical re-check of his ACL went well, mitigating the effect of the injury on his evaluation.
Source: CSN NE
Apr 19 - 5:28 PM

Miami (OH) DB Quinten Rollins is scheduled to visit the Falcons next week, according to Rand Getlin.

Expect Rollins to be evaluated and/or drafted as a free safety or cornerback. The one year collegiate football player shows an innate feel for movement, timing and playing the ball in the air. However, he tested like a below average athlete. The Falcons are in search of a free safety across from William Moore.
Apr 19 - 11:35 AM

FSU DT Eddie Goldman met with the Jaguars in Tallahasse, FL, per Aaron Wilson.

We have already passed along Goldman's meetings with the 49ers, Lions, Patriots and Browns, and Wilson adds the DT will work out for the Panthers. We highly doubt Goldman is selected in the first round, but a top 50 selection is absolutely in the picture.
Apr 19 - 11:14 AM

Citing two sources, Bob Glauber writes the Bucs will "listen seriously" to trade offers for the No. 1 pick.

It is a phrase we hear every year. However, with the uncertainty at the top of the draft, anything is possible. Jameis Winston appears to be set for the No. 1 pick, but many jumped the gun calling it a lock. Marcus Mariota is still in the hunt. Teams are in the process of finalizing their board, and owners still have a chance to get involved.
Source: News Day
Apr 19 - 10:54 AM

Dorial Green-Beckham recently visited the Bengals and 49ers, according to Ian Rapoport.

As we always say, we have no idea if DGB will be selected int he first round or the second round. Green-Beckham is an easy mover who is fluid and will go up and get passes at the catch point. However, it is difficult to project his routes because he ran a limited tree... almost two years ago.
Apr 18 - 3:38 PM

CSN Baltimore's Clifton brown does not expect the Ravens to select a RB prior to the third round.

Brown writes this with the caveat that "Todd Gurley of Georgia and Melvin Gordon of Wisconsin... are expected to be gone before the Ravens pick at No. 26." Peter King recently said Gordon will not make it past the Ravens at 26. We do not think his talent is close to Gurley's, but that is not an insult. Gordon and other backs in this class are very talented.
Apr 18 - 2:25 PM

Oregon senior TE Pharaoh Brown vows to play football again despite suffering a major leg injury last November.

Brown "underwent three major surgeries to stabilize the leg after a "stretched" artery cut blood flow off below his knee and nearly led to an amputation," Andrew Greif. Brown has been walking under his own power since February. The tight end even revealed he was planning to leave for the NFL following last season, but the injury derailed that. He is a great talent went on the field.
Source: Oregon Live
Apr 18 - 12:03 PM

Arizona State WR Jaelen Strong passed the medical testing the Steelers put him through, according to Adam Schefter.

The medical focused on Strong's wrist, which has been a question during the draft process. "Steelers doctors sending those results to other teams so Strong does not have to go to Indianapolis for a medical recheck on his wrist," Schefter writes. We think Strong is selected in the second round.
Apr 18 - 11:47 AM

UConn CB Byron Jones has visited six teams and is being evaluated as a press CB, not a FS, according to Adam Caplan.

Jones has some history at safety and was asked to play some off coverage, but we agree his traits best fit a press corner. The six teams include the 49ers, Bills, Bears, Cowboys, Cardinals and Eagles, per Caplan, who adds a visit with the Dolphins is also likely. We doubt Jones makes it past the Eagles in round one.
Apr 18 - 11:13 AM

Georgia RB Todd Gurley's medical re-check on his ACL "checked out fine," according to Ian Rapoport.

Gurley is "viewed as good to go for the draft," Rapoport tweeted, adding the hope is for the running back to return for training camp. Do not think this vaults Gurley up, as teams likely prepared for clearance on the ACL. We are comfortable in saying Gurley is locked in the first round?
Apr 18 - 10:25 AM




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