theENGLISHseahawk wrote:Very interested in Mike Evans at Texas A&M.
HighlandHawk wrote:theENGLISHseahawk wrote:Very interested in Mike Evans at Texas A&M.
Have to wait until the 2015 draft for him don't we? He's only 19 at the moment
TheWebHead wrote:I'm thinking there could be need at corner, you'll have Winfield likely a 1 and done, who knows about Browner or Thurmond, so maybe get a guy from Florida, who played for Dan Quinn, that is set to be playing defense and offense this coming season thanks to his athleticism, Loucheiz Purifoy.
WestcoastSteve wrote:You guys gotta check out this Clowney fella from South Carolina...
cover-2 wrote:Another player I'll add to my list is Florida (WR/TE/QB/RB) Trey Burton. He has played just about every skill position on offense while at Florida, he is kind of a man without a position. Burton at 6-0 225 lbs, is a bit tweener. I could see him being like former 49ers TE Delanie Walker, just a player that is moved around a lot to create miss-matches. I think he could be a good option for us somewhere between rounds 3-5.
HighlandHawk wrote:Ra'Shede Hageman, DT 6'5", 310lb
Key stats: 40 (projected) 4.7-8, 10 yard sprint: 1.57 seconds!, 36" vertical jump!
Guy is a physical freak. Converted tight end (and the highlight video shows). Could slot right into the non prototype 3 tech we use (tall DT's). I've not actually gone through the Gopers/Badgers tape yet but he's got the physical tools, now to see if he will be a project or instant starter.
Attyla the Hawk wrote:Hageman bears watching due to his physical tools. I'm disappointed in that he shows very little ability to disengage from blockers to bring that athleticism to bear.
He's quick off the ball. He doesn't stand up too much, although his pad level could improve. But he doesn't appear to have the ability to turn those advantages into play making opportunities. If he can learn how to separate and get by blockers that he has the initial advantage on, then he will be a first round prospect.