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LSU WR Jarvis Landry posted an official 4.77 forty time at the NFL Combine before dropping out with a calf injury.

It was the worst forty time amongst receivers, and he also logged the second-worst vertical jump (28.5") amongst prospects at his position. Landry's unofficial forty time of 4.65 seconds wasn't much better. Landry (5-foot-11 1/2, 205 pounds, 10 1/4 inch hands and 31 and 3/4 inch arms) showed horribly today, but he wasn't expected to test well. He's an extremely sturdy prospect with sticky hands. We expect him to play in the pros for a long time, regardless of where he ends up going in the draft process. Landry consistently wins at the catch point in contested situations.
Feb 23 - 4:47 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay said on the "First Draft" podcast that Virginia T Morgan Moses "is one of the 15 best players in the draft."

"Write that down," McShay said. "He's got power, he's got the long, long arms, almost 36 inch arms... not many guys like that." Moses played some of his best football against top-notch rushers such as Vic Beasley, Jeremiah Attaochu and Kyle Van Noy. Mel Kiper, however, believes Moses plays too high. Kiper scoffed at McShay's assertion that Moses is better than Notre Dame's Zach Martin. "Talk about overrating an offensive tackle," Kiper said.
Apr 23 - 7:07 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay says that NFL teams are concerned about Notre Dame NT Louis Nix's desire based on his playing shape and social media usage.

"They're just concerned that his focus and desire aren't where they should be," McShay said. Nix, known as "Irish Chocolate" online, produced a YouTube series called "Chocolate News" which included such segments as going to Costco. He also made fun of Brian Kelly to the coach's face. SB Nation asked Nix about what he was asked about during the interview process of the combine: "Maybe they thought I was too laid back, I don't know, but I just like being laid back and friendly and a cute person, but like I said I can be mean when it's time to," he said. "I just be myself, I'm not changing for anybody." The 6-foot-2 3/8 and 331-pounder could go as high as the mid-first round, or he could drop into the second.
Apr 23 - 6:40 PM

Auburn edge rusher Dee Ford visited the Falcons on Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson.

Wilson adds Ford previously visited the Texans and privately worked out for the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and the Falcons. Ford might stick to a sub-package pass rushing role early, until he learns how to anticipate run blocking angles.
Apr 23 - 11:36 AM

The Panthers are "very high" on Nevada OL Joel Bitonio, according to draft insider Tony Pauline.

Per Pauline, the Panther have visited Bitonio on two separate occasions and the Bucs are "enamored" with his skills. Bitonio projects at tackle or guard, and he did very well on an island this year against Anthony Barr and Demarcus Lawrence. The end of the first-round is a real possibility.
Apr 23 - 11:18 AM

The Panthers are working out Fresno State WR Davante Adams for a second time, according to draft insider Tony Pauline.

"I’m told the top two receiver targets for the Panthers are Brandin Cooks of Oregon State and Marqise Lee of USC," Pauline added. Adams has also visited the Falcons, Lions and Chargers, as well as being worked out by the Titans. He should be a second-round pick.
Apr 23 - 11:15 AM

The Patriots are "incredibly high" on Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage and "will consider using a pick to acquire the signal caller during the draft," reports draft insider Tony Pauline.

Pauline said he's known about New England's interest in Savage since the combine, and adds that "some in the organization" are calling Savage "Tom #2." If you need to ask who Tom #1 is, you're in the wrong place. "I’m told Savage impressed the franchise during combine interviews, especially when former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano was on hand," wrote Pauline. "Evidently Savage took responsibility for the 2011 situation when he left the Rutgers football program, which was then headed by Schiano. Both the Patriots and Schiano were impressed by Savage’s maturity in discussing his departure." The analyst believes evaluators sweetened to Savage when they divided his 2013 game tape into halves, putting great faith in his potential based on the decreased mistakes and improved accuracy in the latter half. Extrapolations like that can be terribly dangerous, but the Patriots have identified magic in unlikely places before.
Apr 22 - 4:57 PM

Alabama ILB CJ Mosley visited the Broncos on Monday and Tuesday.

The only reason Mosley should be available at pick No. 31 is if others teams fail Mosley due to medicals. He is a complete linebacker, in terms of progressing from his foundation his coverage to being stout against the run. The Broncos lost Wesley Woodyard in free agency.
Source: Denver Post
Apr 22 - 3:50 PM

Blake Bortles will not visit any more teams after travelling to Cleveland, capping his number at four.

The other three teams are the Jaguars, Texans and Raiders. Just because Bortles did not meet with a team, does not eliminate them from considering him. Visits and private workouts have somewhat meshed into one category.
Apr 22 - 2:00 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper believes Notre Dame OL Zack Martin is a top 10 talent.

Kiper lists Martin as a tackle, while many evaluators (including this section) view his best fit at guard. "Lacks ideal length at left tackle, but his athleticism makes up for it," Kiper writes. We think Martin has extremely strong hands, but his wide base forces struggles against speed counter moves.
Source: ESPN
Apr 22 - 1:06 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper ranked Michigan T Taylor Lewan as the No. 5 overall prospect in the 2014 class.

"Long and athletic, he's also a very good run-blocker. Would he have gone No. 1 last year? It's possible," Kiper stated. We are not nearly as high on Lewan, noting he does not show the same lateral agility as he does in a straight line. In fact, we would have selected all three top tackles last year over Lewan. Kiper ranks the Michigan product over Jake Matthews.
Source: ESPN
Apr 22 - 1:00 PM

South Carolina edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney and Buffalo edge rusher Khalil Mack will visit the Falcons on Wednesday, according to Ian Rapoport.

After adding strength and size up front, we feel the Falcons need to add one of these two prospects in this class. However, a trade up might be necessary, even all the way up to No. 2. Mack would fit nicely in Mike Nolan's multiple front defense, and Clowney could be immediately inserted on the edge.
Apr 22 - 12:33 PM




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