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hawaiiansteel
03-02-2011, 06:49 PM
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hawaiiansteel
03-02-2011, 07:19 PM
2011 COMBINE 40 TIMES


QBs:
Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech 4.51
Colin Kaepernick, Nevada 4.53
Jake Locker, Washington 4.59
Cam Newton, Auburn 4.59
Blaine Gabbert, Missouri 4.62
Josh Portis, California 4.62
Christian Ponder, Florida State 4.65
Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M 4.80
Jeff Van Camp, Florida Atlantic 4.84
Pat Devlin, Delaware 4.86
Andy Dalton,. Texas Christian 4.87
Greg McElroy, Alabama 4.91
Ricky Stanzi, Iowa 4.93
Scott Tolzein, Wisconsin 4.93
T.Y. Yates, North Carolina 5.10
Nathan Enderle, Idaho 5.15
Ryan Colburn, Fresno State 5.18

RBs
Da'rel Scott, Maryland 4.34
Mario Fannin, Auburn 4.38
Derrick Locke, Kentucky 4.40
Jordan Todman, UConn 4.40
DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma 4.41
Roy Helu, Nebraska 4.42
Brandon Saine, Ohio State 4.43
Shane Vereen, California 4.50
Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State 4.53
Alex Green, Hawaii 4.53
Deleone Carter, Syracuse 4.56
Johnny White, North Carolina 4.56
Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh 4.57
Allen Bradford, USC 4.58
Darren Evans, Virginia Tech 4.58
Mikel Leshoure, Illinois 4.59
Jamie Harper, Clemson 4.59
Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech 4.61
Mark Ingram, Alabama 4.62
Damien Berry, Miami 4.63
Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State 4.64
Evan Royster, Penn State 4.65
Graig Cooper, Miami 4.65
Stephen Ridley, LSU 4.66
Vai Taua, Nevada 4.71
Shaun Draughn, North Carolina 4.75
Matt Asiata, Utah 4.81
John Clay, Wisconsin 4.87

FBs
Anthony Sherman, UConn 4.75
Owen Marecic, Stanford 4.91
Shaun Chapas, Georgia 4.91
Henry Hynoski, Pittsburgh 5.06

WRs
Edmond Gates, Abilene Christian 4.37
Ricardo Lockette, Fort Valley State 4.37
Julio Jones, Alabama 4.39
Torrey Smith, Maryland 4.43
Leonard Hankerson, Miami 4.43
Joe Morgan, Walsh 4.44
Denarius Moore, Tennessee 4.45
Al Robinson, SMU 4.45
Randall Cobb, Kentucky 4.46
Jerrel Jernigan, Troy 4.46
Ron Johnson, USC 4.46
A.J. Green, Georgia 4.50
Jon Baldwin, Pitsburgh 4.50
Jamar Newsome, Central Florida 4.51
Terrance Turner, Indiana 4.51
Niles Paul, Nebraska 4.51
Jimmy Young, Texas Christian 4.55
Titus Young, Boise State 4.53
Armon Binns, Cincinnati 4.53
Stephen Burton, West Texas A&M 4.53
Andre Holmes, Hillsdale 4.53
Jock Sanders, West Virginia 4.53
Greg Little, North Carolina 4.53
Owen Spencer, NC State 4.54
Dwayne Harris, East Carolina 4.55
Darvin Adams, Auburn 4.56
Marshall Williams, Wake Forest 4.56
OJ Murdock, Ft Hays State 4.56
Tori Gurley, South Carolina 4.56
Greg Salas, Hawaii 4.56
Terrence Tolliver, LSU 4.59
Lester Jean, Florida Atlantic 4.59
Cecil Shorts, Mount Union 4.59
Jeremy Kerley, Texas Christian 4.59
DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss 4.59
Dane Sansenbacher, Ohio State 4.59
Austin Pettis, Boise State 4.61
Jeff Maehl Oregon 4.62
Jason Hamler, Fresno State 4.62
Jeremy Kerley, Texas Christian 4.62
Lester Jean, Florida Atlantic 4.65
Vincent Brown, San Diego State 4.71

TEs
Rob Housler, Florida Atlantic 4.55
Jordan Cameron, USC 4.59
Victor Green, Nevada 4.64
D.J. Williams, Arkansas 4.67
Schuyler Oordt, Northern Iowa 4.67
Julius Thomas, Portland State 4.68
Charles Clay, Tulsa 4.73
Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin 4.75
Luke Stocker, Tennessee 4.79
Zach Pinalto, North Carolina 4.87
Charlie Gantt, Michigan State 4.97
Allen Reisner, Iowa 4.97
Lee Smith, Marshall 5.01
Cameron Graham, Louisville 5.11

OT:
Derek Newton, Arkansas State 5.01
Nate Solder, Colorado 5.05
Jarriel King, South Carolina 5.09
Mike Person, Montana State 5.19
Orlando Franklin, Miami 5.20
Anthony Castonzo, BC 5.23
Marcus Cannon, TCU 5.26
Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin 5.27
James Brewer, Indiana 5.27
James Carpenter, Alabama 5.28
Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State 5.28
Demarcus Love, Arkansas 5.31
Keith Hughes, SE Louisiana 5.36
Joe Barksdale, LSU 5.38
Jah Reid, Central Florida 5.40
Chris Hairston, Clemson 5.43
Marcus Gilbert, Florida 5.46
Kyle Hix, Texas 5.46
Jason Pinkston, Pittsburgh 5.47
Ray Dominquez, Arkansas 5.48
Josh Davis, Georgia 5.50
Willie Smith, East Carolina 5.50
Adam Grant, Arizona 5.54
Lee Ziemba, Auburn 5.60 OGs:
Julian Vandervelde, Iowa 5.21
Steve Schilling, Michigan 5.29
Rodney Hudson, Florida State 5.31
Dan Kilgore, Appalachian State 5.33
Zach Hurd, UConn 5.34
Keith Williams, Nebraska 5.36
Andrew Jackson, Fresno State 5.38
Clint Boling, Georgia 5.40
Danny Watkins, Baylor 5.40
Carl Johnson, Florida 5.43
David Arkin, Missouri State 5.36
Justin Boren, Ohio State 5.54
John Moffitt, Wisconsin 5.55
Ricky Henry, Nebraska 5.73
Isaiah Thompson, Houston 6.06

Centers:
Jason Kelce, Cincinnati 4.93
Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse 4.97
Kris O'Dowd, USC 5.16
Brandon Fusco, Slippery Rock 5.21
Zach Williams, Washington 5.27
Mike Pouncey, Florida 5.28
Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State 5.35
Alex Linnenkohl, Oregon State 5.37
Zane Taylor, Utah 5.61

DEs
Sam Acho, Texas 4.68
Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh 4.69
Robert Quinn, North Carolina 4.70
Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue 4.71
Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State 4.71
Aldon Smith, Missouri 4.74
Allen Bailey, Miami 4.77
Cam Jordan, California 4.78
Adrian Clayborn, Iowa 4.81
Cliff Matthews, South Carolina 4.82
J.J. Watt, Wisconsin 4.84
Cheta Ozougwa, Rice 4.89
D'Aundre Reed, Arizona 4.89
Markus White, Florida State 4.93
Demarcus Dobbs, Georgia 4.93
Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State 4.94
Ricky Elmore, Arizona 4.96
Ryan Winterswyck, Boise State 5.03
Wayne Daniels, TCU 5.12
Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma 5.16

DTs
Christian Ballard, Iowa 4.80
Nick Fairley, Auburn 4.87
Marvin Austin, North Carolina 4.90
Marcel Dareus, Alabama 4.93
Brandon Bair, Oregon 4.93
Muhammad Wilkerson. Temple 4.96
Lawrence Guy, Arizona State 4.96
Corey Liuget, Illinois 4.99
Pep Levingston, LSU 4.99
Terrell McClain, South Florida 5.00
Martin Parker, Richmond 5.03
Jurrell Casey, USC 5.06
Drake Nevis, LSU 5.06
Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson 5.08
Chris Neild, West Virginia 5.12
Phil Taylor, Baylor 5.14
John Graves, Virginia Tech 5.15
Ian Williams, Notre Dame 5.25
Cedric Thornton, S. Arkansas 5.26
Kenrick Ellis, Hampton 5.28
Sione Fua, Stanford 5.28
Jerrell Powe, Mississippi 5.29
Colby Whitlock, Texas Tech 5.31
Ladi Ajiboye, South Carolina 5.37

ILBs
Martez Wilson, Illinois 4.49
Ross Homan, Ohio State 4.68
Scott Lutrus, UConn 4.68
Greg Jones, Michigan State 4.80
Nick Bellore, Central Michigan 4.84
Greg Lloyd, UConn 4.84
Orie Lemon, Oklahoma State 4.99

OLBs
Dontay Moch 4.44
Von Miller, Texas A&M 4.53
Brian Rolle, Ohio State 4.56
Adrien Moten, Maryland 4.62
Chris Carter, Fresno State 4.62
Doug Hogue, Syracuse 4.63
Colin McCarthy, Miami 4.65
Justin Houston, Georgia 4.68
Brooks Reed, Arizona 4.68
J.T. Thomas, West Virginia 4.68
Lawrence Wilson, UConn 4.75
Mason Foster, Washington 4.75
K.J. Wright, Mississippi State 4.75
Jeremiha Hunter, Iowa 4.78
D.J. Smith, Appalachian State 4.78
Bruce Miller, Central Florida 4.85
Jonas Mouton, Michigan 4.87
Akeem Ayers, UCLA 4.88
Mark Herzlich, Boston College 4.92

CBs
Demarcus VanDyke, Miami 4.28
Pat Peterson, LSU 4.34
Chimdi Chekwa, Ohio State 4.40
Chris Culliver, South Carolina 4.40
Prince Amukamara, Nebraska 4.43
Jimmy Smith, Colorado 4.46
Ras-I Dowling, Virginia 4.46
Curtis Marsh, Utah State 4.46
Byron Maxwell, Clemson 4.46
Shareece Wright, USC 4.46
Buster Skrine, UT-Chattanooga 4.48
Davon Harris, New Mexico State 4.50
Josh Thomas, Buffalo 4.50
Justin Rogers, Richmond 4.50
Chykie Brown, Texas 4.50
Cortez Allen, Citadel 4.51
Marcus Gilchrest, Clemson 4.51
Brandon Harris, Miami 4.53
Brandyn Thompson, Boise State 4.53
Vance Cuff, Georgia 4.53
Brandon Burton, Utah 4.53
Curtis Brown, Texas 4.53
Jalil Brown, Colorado 4.53
Rashad Carmichael, Va Tech 4.56
Richard Sherman, Stanford 4.56
Niles Brinkley, Wisconsin 4.56
Aaron Williams, Texas 4.56
Johnny Patrick, Louisville 4.59
Kevin Rutland, Missouri 4.59
Mario Butler, Georgia Tech 4.65
Devon Torrence, Ohio State 4.68
Kendric Burney, North Carolina 4.75
Andrew McGee, Oklahoma State 4.79

Safeties
Joe Lefeged, Rutgers 4.43
David Sims, Iowa State 4.50
Dejon Gomes, Nebraska 4.53
Mark Legree, Appalachian State 4.53
Jeron Johnson, Boise State 4.53
Chris Conte, California 4.53
Da'orris Searcey, UNC 4.56
Robert Sands, West Virginia 4.57
Quinton Carter, Oklahoma 4.59
Rahim Moore, UCLA 4.62
Tyler Sash, Iowa 4.62
Jerrard Tarrant, Georgia Tech 4.62
Jaiquawn Jarrett, Temple 4.65
Will Hill, Florida 4.65
DeAndre McDaniel, Clemson 4.65
Jermale Hines, Ohio State 4.68
Eric Hagg, Nebraska 4.69
Nate Williams, Washington 4.71
Shiloh Keo, Idaho 4.75
Ahmad Black, Florida 4.78

http://www.gbnreport.com/combine40times.html

Shawn
03-02-2011, 08:52 PM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

PSU_dropout43
03-02-2011, 09:17 PM
http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/03/players-steelers-met-with-at-the-2011-nfl-combine/
Can you copy and paste the list? thanks.

hawaiiansteel
03-02-2011, 09:26 PM
http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/03/players-steelers-met-with-at-the-2011-nfl-combine/

Can you copy and paste the list? thanks.

I would have done that except that the Steelers Depot website won't allow you to copy & paste.

steelerkeylargo
03-02-2011, 11:15 PM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

Chekwa looked horrible in positional drills.

D Rock
03-03-2011, 12:31 AM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

Chekwa looked horrible in positional drills.


I read on Yahoo that Brandon Harris looked the best in all the drills, although he did not post an incredible 40 time.

Seeing as how he is mentioned with the Steelers pick a lot, can you give me some info on him please?

steelblood
03-03-2011, 08:29 AM
So according to these lists, we met with 3 small to average size corners who run relatively slowly. This is not promising.

Oviedo
03-03-2011, 09:05 AM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

Chekwa looked horrible in positional drills.

I heard the same thing. Very stiff with no explosion.

hawaiiansteel
03-03-2011, 03:22 PM
So according to these lists, we met with 3 small to average size corners who run relatively slowly. This is not promising.


of the three, Brandon Burton is the tallest (almost 6 feet) and fastest (4.53)...the Steelers must be interested in Burton as they have met with him twice already.

steelerkeylargo
03-03-2011, 07:29 PM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

Chekwa looked horrible in positional drills.


I read on Yahoo that Brandon Harris looked the best in all the drills, although he did not post an incredible 40 time.

Seeing as how he is mentioned with the Steelers pick a lot, can you give me some info on him please?

http://thenationalfootballreport.com/20 ... on-harris/ (http://thenationalfootballreport.com/2011/03/03/2011-nfl-draft-profile-brandon-harris/)

Blockhead
03-03-2011, 07:39 PM
Chekwa's draft stock just went way up. 4.4 flat is fast. He probably creeps into the late 2nd, early 3rd.

Brian Rolle and Homan were very good linebackers on a very good Buckeye D. Both measured well.

Chekwa looked horrible in positional drills.
Deion Sanders didn't seem to feel that way.

I thought you didn't have access to the field drills?

Chadman
03-03-2011, 07:39 PM
Curious as to your take on Rodney Hudson compared to Pouncey....much difference?

steelerkeylargo
03-03-2011, 09:34 PM
Curious as to your take on Rodney Hudson compared to Pouncey....much difference?

http://thenationalfootballreport.com/dr ... ey-hudson/ (http://thenationalfootballreport.com/draft/player-profile/rodney-hudson/)

I actually think Hudson is almost as good as Mike. I think Mike is a little more athletic. Hudson a little more technically sound. I would be very happy with Hudson.

Chadman
03-03-2011, 10:51 PM
If Pouncey were to go earlier than the Steelers pick- would Hudson be a suitable 1st round pick?

Thing is- while both Pouncey & Hudson look good picks- neither fit the Steelers previous formguide in regards to picking juniors in the 1st. Not saying they'll ALWAYS pick juniors- just that there is a pattern there.

Aaron Williams is a junior however...as is the #1 TE- what's his name again?

hawaiiansteel
03-03-2011, 10:59 PM
If Pouncey were to go earlier than the Steelers pick- would Hudson be a suitable 1st round pick?

Thing is- while both Pouncey & Hudson look good picks- neither fit the Steelers previous formguide in regards to picking juniors in the 1st. Not saying they'll ALWAYS pick juniors- just that there is a pattern there.

Aaron Williams is a junior however...as is the #1 TE- what's his name again?



Kyle Rudolph from Notre Dame

RuthlessBurgher
03-04-2011, 10:06 AM
If Pouncey were to go earlier than the Steelers pick- would Hudson be a suitable 1st round pick?

Thing is- while both Pouncey & Hudson look good picks- neither fit the Steelers previous formguide in regards to picking juniors in the 1st. Not saying they'll ALWAYS pick juniors- just that there is a pattern there.

Aaron Williams is a junior however...as is the #1 TE- what's his name again?

I actually like Baylor's Danny Watkins more than FSU's Rodney Hudson. Even though Watkins is 26 years old, he still has upside to improve even more, since he has only played organized football for 4 years. Pouncey is the only 1st round worthy guard in my opinion. Watkins and Hudson are 2nd round prospects. Interior linemen have to be dominant to merit 1st round consideration.

steeler_george
03-04-2011, 10:53 AM
I was thinking that too the other day, how much more superior talent is Pouncey compared to the other guards in the draft.

Rodney Hudson, G, Florida State
Marcus Cannon, G, TCU
Danny Watkins, G, Baylor
Benjamin Ijalana, G/OT, Villanova


Everything I have been reading about these players is, that they are talented enough to start successfully next year at the NFL level.

Would it be a consideration if all 4 were there at pick 31, would you trade back in the second to get more picks in this deep draft? And then trade back up in the second again, to have a total of 3 picks in the second.

There is a lot of talent projected in the second that could defently have a postive impact next year. Take for example, imagine 2 TE set with Heath and Rudolf and still get our starting RG.

Imagine a combo of one of those guards, and getting talent (off the top of my head) like moore, dowling, rudolf.

hawaiiansteel
03-05-2011, 05:24 PM
Players Steelers Met With At The 2011 NFL Combine

by Steelers Depot


We have been able to compile a small list of players the Steelers met and had interviews with at the 2011 NFL Combine from sources like Steel City Insider, KFFL, Twitter, Facebook and various other blogs and media outlets. While this list should not serve for anything more than what it is and that is a list of reported meetings. The Steelers were permitted to meet with 60 players at the combine for 15 minutes at a time according to reports. Sort of like speed dating. Players were not obligated to reveal who they met with and many teams will ask that they not reveal it, but of course some players reveal it if asked. All NFL teams are permitted to visit with 30 college players in advance of the 2011 NFL Draft not counting players who are considered local to a particular team. This is often done at the teams offices.

Below is the small list with players combine results and stats along with links to their NFL profile page. I will update this list as more names leak out. You can see the full 2011 NFL Combine results here: http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/02/20 ... e-results/ (http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/02/2011-nfl-combine-results/)

PLAYER POS COLLEGE HGT WGT ARMS HANDS 40 225 VERT JUMP 20 S 3 CONE

Brandon Fusco OC Slippery Rock 6040 306 33 3/4 10 5.21 26 28.5 9'0" 4.43 7.29
Rodney Hudson OG Florida St. 6023 299 32 1/2 9 3/8 5.31 27 25.5 7'11" 4.96 8.03
Zach Hurd OG Connecticut 6066 316 34 1/4 9 5/8 5.34 DNP 28 8'5" 4.77 7.73
Andrew Jackson OG Fresno St. 6050 299 32 1/2 10 1/4 5.38 25 28 8'2" 4.65 7.55
Jason Pinkston OT Pittsburgh 6033 317 34 10 1/4 5.47 DNP 26.5 8'2" 4.91 7.88
Mike Pouncey OC Florida 6050 303 32 1/4 9 3/4 5.12 DNP 25 8'0" 4.64 7.66
Tyron Smith OT USC 6050 307 36 3/8 11 DNP 29 DNP DNP DNP DNP
Stefen Wisniewski OG Penn St. 6030 313 33 10 3/8 5.26 30 28.5 8'4" 4.63 7.51
Lee Ziemba OT Auburn 6060 317 34 9 5/8 5.6 20 29 7'11" 4.65 7.74
Lance Kendricks TE Wisconsin 6027 243 32 9 5/8 4.75 25 34.5 10'2" 6.94 11.90
Luke Stocker TE Tennessee 6046 258 33 9 3/4 4.79 27 33.0 9'7" 7.03 11.95
D.J. Williams TE Arkansas 6021 245 31 1/2 10 3/8 4.67 20 33.5 9'3" 7.29 12.20
Noel Devine RB W.Virginia 5080 179 29 1/4 8 5/8 DNP 24 DNP DNP DNP DNP
Brandon Burton CB Utah 5115 190 31 1/2 8 1/2 4.53 18 32 9'10" 4.07 6.93
Rashad Carmichael CB Virginia Tech 5100 192 31 3/4 9 4.56 13 31 9'8" 4.06 6.69
Johnny Patrick CB Louisville 5105 191 30 8 1/4 4.59 13 32 9'2" DNP DNP
Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson 6040 310 33 1/4 9 1/2 5.08 17 26.5 8'2" N/A 7.42

http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/03/pl ... l-combine/ (http://www.steelersdepot.com/2011/03/players-steelers-met-with-at-the-2011-nfl-combine/)