Chris Lomas


Player Profile: Jerrell Powe

September 28, 2010

Jerrell Powe

Position: DT School: Ole Miss Height: 6’2" Weight: 320 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 5.15 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: — Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

Non-position specific categories

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

Defensive Line Specific Categories

Category Max. Value Grade Run Stopping 8 – Pass Rushing 8 – Awareness 8 – Hand Placement 8 –

Explanation of Player Grading System

The Breakdown

Jerrell Powe has changed a lot since he started playing for Ole Miss in 2008. Weighing in at a monstrous 383 lbs the 6-2 defensive tackle has lost over 60 lbs in the last 2 years and is now an athletic 320 (read more…)

Game of the Week Review: Alabama vs. Arkansas

September 27, 2010

Alabama vs. Arkansas

To me, this game was much closer then it needed to be and I did not agree with Alabama’s defensive game plan. Why Saban decided to wait until the 4th quarter to really start blitzing Mallett is beyond me. Nearly every time the Tide blitzed in the 4th quarter, Mallett was forced to get out of the pocket, move his feet and make a bad throw. That is the MO on Mallett. When he is pressured and forced to move his feet, his decision making and his accuracy go out the window. For those of you who think it was too early in the game to blitz and Saban did not want to take any unnecessary chances, that is exactly what Alabama did in the first half and Mallett picked them apart.

Player Performances

Ryan Mallett – He fell apart in the 4th quarter (read more…)

Game of the Week: Alabama vs Arkansas

September 24, 2010

Each week Chris Lomas will be previewing a game of the week on Thursday or Friday, discussing what he will be looking for from some of the prospects and what he thinks the outcome of the game will be. The following Monday Chris will review the game of the week , discussing how he thought each prospect performed and some guys that surprised or disappointment.

This week’s GAME OF THE WEEK

Alabama vs. Arkansas The matchup of the week will be Alabama’s Secondary vs. Arkansas’s wideouts – This should be a great test to see exactly where this Alabama secondary is at and whether or not they can hold their own against one of the most talented WR corps in the country. If Mallet gets time in the pocket and his WR’s are able to get separation, it could be a very long day for the Alabama secondary. (read more…)

Player Profile: Ras-I Dowling

September 13, 2010

Ras-I Dowling

 

Position: CB School: Virginia Height: 6’2" Weight: 200 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 4.50 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: — Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

 

Non-position specific categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

 

Defensive Back Specific Categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Ball Skills 10 – Man Coverage 10 – Zone Coverage 10 – Tackling 6 – Run Stopping 6 – Hips/Lateral Movement 8 – Physicality 6 –

 

Explanation of Player Grading System

 

The Breakdown

Dowling has the height and frame that scouts love. With great size at 6-2, 200 lbs he has long arms, and enough speed to keep up with wideouts down the field. Possessing (read more…)

Player Profile: Stephen Paea

September 13, 2010

Stephen Paea

 

Position: DT School: Oregon State Height: 6’1" Weight: 311 lbs Class: RS-Senior 40 time: 4.95 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: — Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

 

Non-position specific categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

 

Defensive Line Specific Categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Run Stopping 8 – Pass Rushing 8 – Awareness 8 – Hand Placement 8 –

 

Explanation of Player Grading System

 

The Breakdown

The first thing you will notice about Paea is how thick his body is and what a gym rat he is. Paea is listed at 6’1 or 6’2 but plays lower than that always getting under the pad level of blockers exhibiting (read more…)

Player Profile: Evan Royster

August 31, 2010

Evan Royster

 

Position: RB School: Penn State Height: 6’1" Weight: 228 lbs Class: RS-Senior 40 time: 4.60 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: — Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

 

Non-position specific categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

 

Running Back Specific Categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Between the tackles 8 – Outside the tackles 8 – Receiving 6 – Ball carrying 8 – Vision 10 – Elusiveness 8 – Pass Blocking 8 – Leg Drive 8 – Break Tackle 8 –

 

Explanation of Player Grading System

 

The Breakdown

Evan Royster is a back that does everything, but does nothing exceptional. Has nice size at 6-1, 213 and does a good (read more…)

Player Profile: Gabe Carimi

August 31, 2010

Gabe Carimi

 

Position: OT School: Wisconsin Height: 6’7" Weight: 327 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 5.30 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: 2010 Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

 

Non-position specific categories

 

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

 

Offensive Lineman Specific Categories Category Max. Value Grade Pass Blocking 10 – Run Blocking 10 – Awareness 8 – Hand Placement 6 – Pulling/Trapping/Second Level 6 – Footwork 8 – Leverage 8 –

 

Explanation of Player Grading System

 

The Breakdown

Carimi displays excellent size at 6-7 327, and is dominating in the run game. Showcases a good quick first step at the line of scrimmage and exhibits some explosion when run blocking. Demonstrates the (read more…)

Player Profile: Stefen Wisniewski

August 31, 2010

Stefen Wisniewski

Position: OG School: Penn State Height: 6’3" Weight: 306 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 5.30 All-Star Game: — Team Captain: — Overall Grade: -.– Draft Projection: —

Non-position specific categories

Category Max. Value Grade Height/Weight 6 – Speed 8 – Quickness/Agility 10 – Strength/Explosion 10 – Athletic Ability 8 – Durability 8 – Character 6 – Production/Experience 6 – Toughness 8 – Potential 10 –

Offensive Lineman Specific Categories Category Max. Value Grade Pass Blocking 10 – Run Blocking 10 – Awareness 8 – Hand Placement 6 – Pulling/Trapping/Second Level 6 – Footwork 8 – Leverage 8 –

Explanation of Player Grading System

The Breakdown

Wisniewski is going to be the type of player you stick on your O-line and expect him to be a leader there for the next decade. His best position is G, but he (read more…)

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