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Written by Aaron Aloysius on May 14, 2011

2011 Pac-12 Senior Prospect Watch List

Written by Chad Davis on May 9, 2011

Arizona

QB—Nick Foles—Senior—6’5”, 240 lbs.—Big, strong-armed quarterback who can make all the NFL throws. Has some mobility and decision making issues. WR—Juron Criner—Senior—6’4”, 215 lbs.—Unbelievable size/speed combo, Criner will be one of the best receivers in the country in 2011. CB—Trevin Wade—Senior—5’11”, 192 lbs.—Good size and great ball skills, Wade has already piled up 10 interceptions in his career, and returned 2 for touchdowns. RB—Keola Antolin—Senior—5’8”, 195 lbs.—Antolin should see more carries after the graduation of Nic Grigsby. He’s small but has great speed and elusiveness.

 

Arizona State

CB—Omar Bolden—Senior—5’10”, 195 lbs.—Dual-threat corner and kick returner. Bolden is an experienced, well-rounded player. He missed almost all of 2009 with a knee injury DE—James Brooks—Senior—6’5”, 279 lbs.—Excellent size and athleticism, Brooks needs to have a breakout senior season after producing just average numbers thus far in this career. DE—Jamaar Jarrett—Senior—6’5”, 260 lbs.—Another end with great size, Jarrett was an honorable (read more…)

Round 1 Analysis

Written by Wes Stueve on May 1, 2011

1. Carolina Panthers – Cameron Newton QB Auburn Analysis: If there is one thing that the Panthers needed, it is a franchise quarterback who can be the face of the franchise, and Cam Newton without a doubt fits the bill. Newton has some of the best physical skills that the draft has ever seen, with the production to back it up. With a good offensive line and run game, Newton has some weapons to work with, though wide receiver needs to be upgraded. However, despite all of Newton’s physical gifts, he has many question marks. There is obviously the huge controversy over Newton’s father accepting money in return for Newton attending Auburn. Newton was also caught cheating multiple times while he was at Florida, and was also arrested for being in possession of a stolen laptop. Newton also played in an offense where his decision making was limited and he (read more…)

Wes Stueve FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Wes Stueve on April 28, 2011

Just made it!

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Jake Locker – QB – Washington     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     Cameron Jordan – DE – California     Aldon Smith – DE – Missouri     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Mike Pouncey – OG/C – Florida     Ryan Kerrigan – DE – Purdue  

Ryan Lownes FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Ryan Lownes on April 28, 2011

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     JJ Watt – DE – Wisconsin     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Jake Locker – QB – Washington     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Aldon Smith – DE – Missouri     Gabe Carimi – OT – Wisconsin     Da’Quan Bowers – DE – Clemson  

Spencer and Engle FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Will Spencer on April 28, 2011

In the hopes of defending our Mock Draft title from The Huddle Report, here is our final mock draft for 2011.

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     JJ Watt – DE – Wisconsin     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Jake Locker – QB – Washington     Anthony Castonzo – OT – Boston College     Corey Liuget – DT – Illinois     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Ryan (read more…)

Aaron Aloysius FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Aaron Aloysius on April 28, 2011

 

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Cameron Jordan – DE – California     Anthony Castonzo – OT – Boston College     Aldon Smith – DE – Missouri     Mike Pouncey – OG – Florida     JJ Watt – DE – Wisconsin  

Scouting Report: Ben Ijalana

Written by Wes Stueve on April 27, 2011

Ben Ijalana

 

Position: OG School: Villanova Height: 6’3 5/8" Weight: 317 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 5.20 All-Star Game: None Team Captain: No Draft Projection: 2nd – 3rd Round

 

Summary

Despite starting four years at left tackle, Ijalana is viewed as a project along the offensive line. Ijalana will likely be drafted to play either right tackle or guard, and will find his success as a road grading lineman regardless of which position he plays. His strength and run blocking abilities make him one of the draft’s best power linemen. Despite not projecting to left tackle, Ijalana could be drafted as early as the 2nd round. The former Wildcat would was unable to participate, and possibly raise his stock, in both the Senior Bowl and Scouting Combine due to a hernia. If he is able to improve on a few technical flaws, Ijalana could become a (read more…)

Ryan Lownes 3 Round Mock With Trades – April 26th

Written by Ryan Lownes on April 26, 2011

Carolina Panthers

 

TRADES

- Miami gets: 1st Round Pick #23, 3rd Round Pick #85, 4th Round Pick #120 Philadelphia gets: 1st Round Pick #15

- Kansas City gets: 1st Round Pick #23, 4th Round Pick #120 Miami gets: 1st Round Pick #21

- New England gets: 2nd Round Pick #50, 3rd Round Pick #89, 2012 3rd Round Pick San Diego gets: 1st Round Pick #28

- New England gets: 4th Round Pick #106, 2012 1st Round Pick Minnesota gets: 2nd Round Pick #33

1. Carolina Panthers Cam Newton – QB – AuburnIt is hard to say if the decision has been made in Carolina as to who will be the first overall pick. The list of needs for the Panthers is a long one that includes several key positions such as: defensive end, defensive tackle, cornerback, and wide receiver. The team’s Achilles heel a year last season, however, was the play (read more…)

Scouting Report: Leonard Hankerson

Written by Chad Davis on April 26, 2011

Leonard Hankerson

 

Position: WR School: Miami Height: 6’1 1/2" Weight: 209 lbs Class: Senior 40 time: 4.43 All-Star Game: Senior Bowl Team Captain: 2010 Draft Projection: 2nd Round

 

Summary

Leonard Hankerson finally lived up to his potential as a senior after being a highly touted recruit out of high school. With an excellent size/speed ratio, Hankerson began his ascent on draft boards after a fairly dominating Senior Bowl week, culminating with 5 catches for 100 yards and a touchdown in the game. He possesses great leaping ability and the ability to make the amazing catch. A hard worker, Hankerson has worked diligently to improve his game and has gotten better every single year. NFL teams will love his make-up as he is a high character and mature player who was voted a team captain in 2010. He should be drafted somewhere in the second round and (read more…)

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