2013 NFL Draft ProspectWatch w/ Highlights- Datone Jones, DE UCLA Mike Loyko and Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Alex Dunlap and Mike Loyko break down the game of Datone Jones, DE UCLA in their most recent edition of ProspectWatch on Google+.
Datone Jones, DE UCLA- Senior Bowl Hangouts
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Senior Bowl Spotlight: Montee Ball Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Montee Ball, RB Wisconsin Height: 5’11” Weight: 212 lbs Age: 22 Moves: Stiff Arm, Jump Cut, Spin, High Step NFL Comparison: Curtis Martin NFL Fit: New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons NCAA Records: Most touchdowns in a season – 39 (tied with Barry Sanders) Most consecutive
2013 NFL Draft ProspectWatch- Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson Alex Dunlap and Mike Loyko, Rosterwatch.com Photo By Wesley Hitt, Getty Images Here we break down an interesting QB prospect that one NFL team will surely fall in love with, and likely “reach for” if recent history is any indicator. Thanks to JPDraftJedi for the video featured,
2013 Senior Bowl Invite Watch-Skill Positions Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Quarterback: Tyler Wilson- Arkansas (SCOUTING REPORT – CLICK HERE) E.J. Manuel- Florida State Mike Glennon- NC State (SCOUTING REPORT- CLICK HERE) Landry Jones- Oklahoma Ryan Nassib- Syracuse Zac Dysert- Miami (OH) Running Back: Kenjon Barner- Oregon Mike Gillislee- Florida Jonathan Franklin- UCLA Montee Ball- Wisconsin- SCOUTING
NFL Draft: Texans or Bengals Should Race to Draft Arkansas WR, Joe Adams Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com It would be like adding a cherry red Ferrari to the garage. That is what immediately comes to mind when I think of drafting Joe Adams. You watch his highlights and literally feel like you have the pedal to
NFL Draft Coverage: Mayock Conference Call Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Photo Credit I participated in the NFL Combine Media Conference Call with Mike Mayock this afternoon, and here are some notes from the event: Positions of strength in the 2012 Draft- DT really strong- not big on DE, Lot of question marks after the first 4.
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