Texas vs. The Nation practice reviews

Written by Will Spencer on February 6, 2010

Our friends at Draft Guys are providing outstanding coverage of the Texas vs. The Nation game LIVE from El Paso, Texas. Since we couldn’t make both the Senior Bowl and the TvN game, we’ll bring you some highlights of Draft Guys coverage of the practices and game.

Wednesday’s practice was cut short by the weather, as the rain and wind were whipping around the field in El Paso. The players did not scrimmage as they usually do on Wednesday, so let’s review the week of practice from the Texas vs the Nation game.


These are players who helped their draft stock in El Paso.

Ryan Perrilloux(QB – Jacksonville State, LSU transfer) is very athletic, but scouts loved the way he threw the football in practice. Perrilloux proved that he could scan the field while dropping back, and was very coachable during the week. He’s arguably the best Wildcat QB in this draft.

Jason Harmon(TE – Florida Atlantic) wowed scouts with his great hands. Harmon has the body control to turn and catch most any pass thrown his way. He’ll likely be an H-back at the next level.

George Johnson(DL – Rutgers) had a great week of practice and showed a tireless motor (and mouth) when working in the pit. He has an array of pass rushing moves, and gets off the line of scrimmage in a hurry with a quick initial burst.

Clay Harbor(TE – Missouri State) is a natural hands catcher. He gets his head around quickly when turning back for the football, and is capable of picking up yards after the catch.

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Will Spencer

Will is the founder and President of Draft Breakdown & has been scouting draft prospects since 2002. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including the USA Today Draft Preview Magazine, the official website of the Baltimore Ravens, Ravens Insider and The Orange and Brown Report. Will has previous playing experience as a defensive end in the AFA, is currently a member of the Football Writers Association of America and graduated from the SMWW Football Scouting course in 2009.

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