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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Auburn The big names like RB's Ronnie Brown and Cadillac Williams only did the positional drills since they ran at the Combine but the big story here was CB Carlos Rogers, who looked excellent in the workout and continues his ...

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Auburn

The big names like RB's Ronnie Brown and Cadillac Williams only did the positional drills since they ran at the Combine but the big story here was CB Carlos Rogers, who looked excellent in the workout and continues his climb up the charts. Also, QB Jason Campbell finally ran a forty and checked in with a 4.85 while S Junior Rosegreen ran a 4.65 time.

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Michigan

After not taking part in the workouts at the Combine this was a huge event for WR Braylon Edwards and by all accounts he did not disappoint, running a 4.48 and not dropping a single ball. This should keep him firmly in the mix to be the first wide receiver off the board come Draft Day '05. The other two big stories here took place in the secondary with CB Marlin Jackson and S Ernest Shazor. Jackson ran an impressive 4.45 and while he did suffer a sprain to his wrist in positional drills it should not affect his stock. As for Shazor, he ran a disappointing 4.70 which could lead to more teams considering him a linebacker prospect rather than a safety.

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San Diego St.

One of the most productive linebackers in college football finally ran when Kirk Morrison put up a time of 4.72 while his teammate LB Matt McCoy helped himself by running a 4.60 at about 15 lbs. over his playing weight. One other notable time was S Marviel Underwood who ran an very impressive 4.38.

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Alex Smith and Aaron Rodgers Private Workouts

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Alabama-Birmingham

There was little question that the guy everyone was here to see was WR Roddy White, who was unable to compete in the Senior Bowl or workout at the Combine due to an injury. White did a solid job by running a 4.45, but was it enough to help him sneak into round one? We shall see. Also at this event Samford WR Efrem Hill showed up and ran a 4.53 for scouts.

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Georgia Tech

The guy who really showed off here was S James Butler who ran a solid 4.49 but really wowed with an amazing 44-inch vertical leap. Also, OG Leon Robinson just broke five seconds flat by running a 4.99 in front of scouts.

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Vanderbilt

The top player here was DE Jovan Haye who opted to stand on what he did in Indianapolis at the Combine and the same can be said for OT Justin Geisinger.

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Maryland

The player everyone was eagerly waiting to see was DE/LB Shawne Merriman and while he did very well it wasn't the amazing effort everyone expected. Merriman did run in the 4.66 range while showing off a 40-inch vertical and those numbers should solidify him in the Top 20 overall. Meanwhile the two other top prospects here were CB Dominique Foxworth and OG C.J. Brooks who both opted to go with what they did at the Combine.

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Tennessee

The Vols have a number of top pro prospects and here is a breakdown of the events. LB Kevin Burnett ran an impressive 4.57, WR Tony Brown a 4.45, C Jason Respert a 5.33, TE Victor McClure a 5.78, QB C.J. Leak a 4.65, and RB Cedric Houston a 4.60 in the forty. P Dustin Colquitt only did positional drills while OT Michael Munoz did not workout because of an injury but will on March 30.

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U.C.L.A.

Two of the most notable players here did not workout with WR Craig Bragg and FB Manuel White opting to take part in a later session but S Ben Emanuel did run a 4.58 time in the forty.

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Alabama

The two offensive lineman did not workout with Wesley Britt still rehabbing an injury and Evan Mathis going with what he did at the Combine. DT Anthony Bryant ran well at 4.97 while LB Cornelius Wortham also did well clocking a 4.65 time.
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Arkansas

The guy everyone wants to see here is QB/WR/TE Matt Jones who didn't run but showed off some good hands in drills while RB DeCori Birmingham ran a 4.55 time.

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Notre Dame

On a very slow surface DE Justin Tuck ran a 4.68, did 24 reps on the bench press and had a 37.5-inch vertical. Scout were apparently very impressed with his fluidity, explosivity, and athleticism in both the linebacker and defensive line drills. Other notables were LB Derek Curry at 4.85 and LB Mike Goolsby at 4.86, CB Dwight Ellick at 4.37 and S Quentin Burrell at 4.60 in the forty.

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Florida St.

This was the much anticipated workout for two guys who may be the premier players at their respective positions come Draft Day. OT Alex Barron looked extremely athletic and was very impressive clocking a 4.83 at 320 lbs. to go along with a 38-inch vertical leap. DT Travis Johnson was very solid with a 4.90 time in the forty as well as a 34-inch vertical and 23 reps in the bench press. CB Bryant McFadden ran a 4.45 while WR Craphonso Thorpe was right around the 4.40 mark. DE Eric Moore ran a 4.72 and QB Chris Rix greatly improved on his times from the Combine by running a 4.55 clocking.

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Kansas St.

RB Darren Sproles opted to rest on what he did at the Combine but two notable players who did work out were WR Tony Madison who ran a 4.46 and CB Cedrick Williams who put up a time of 4.47 in the forty.

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Wake Forest

The only player to mention here is CB Eric King who ran a great time of 4.41, which is much better than he did at the Combine.

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West Virginia

The story here was how CB Adam "Pac-Man" Jones probably secured a spot for himself in the Top 10 overall by running a 4.38 while WR Chris Henry continued to impress with his physical tools clocking a 4.42 and RB Kay-Jay Harris ran a 4.56 time.

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Purdue

One of the most prolific wideouts in college football history Taylor Stubblefield ran a 4.73 while QB Kyle Orton ran a 5.08 and looked good throwing the ball.

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Washington

WR Charles Frederick was unable to improve on his terrible times at the Combine only running a 4.80 here, while FB Zach Tuiasosopo ran a 5.07 and CB Derrick Johnson was impressive clocking a 4.43 time. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Texas Tech

Not a whole lot of news here but some of the results are as follows: QB Sonny Cumbie ran a 5.28, DE Adell Duckett a 4.95, and OT Daniel Loper a 5.26.

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Arizona

One of the best players not invited to the Combine was TE Steve Fleming and he measured in at 6-4 1/2 and 267 lbs. and ran a 4.74 forty while doing 21 reps in the bench press.

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Mike Williams Private Workout

A very nice outing for the former USC standout as he ran a solid 4.58 and was extremely impressive in the positional drills. Williams showed great hands and overall did a tremendous job which should secure him a spot in the Top 5-10 overall picks.

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Iowa St.

The standout at this one was CB Ellis Hobbs who doesn't have great size but showed off very good 4.37 speed in the forty.

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Cincinnati

A number of players impressed here, headed by CB Daven Holly who ran a 4.33 while DE Trent Cole ran a 4.93 time. Other notables were DE Andre Frazier at 4.60, and QB Gino Guidugli at 5.03.

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Texas Christian

At this workout WR Reggie Harrell and OT Anthony Alabi opted not to take part since they did almost everything at the Combine but TE Cody McCarty ran a 4.97 while LB Martin Patterson only managed a 5.00 time.

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Miami (OH)

CB Alphonso Hodge ran a 4.47 while DT Larry Burt was still disappointing with only a time of 5.29 in the forty.

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Wisconsin

The story here was how DT ran so much better than at the Scouting Combine and put up a 5.12 this time around. DE Erasmus James ran a 4.74 which is solid but not spectacular. Other notables were RB Anthony Davis at 4.45, CB Scott Starks at 4.38 and OLB Jonathan Welsch at 4.51, which was quite impressive.
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Texas A&M

Here DE Mike Montgomery improved upon his showing in Indy by running a 4.94 and doing 26 reps to go along with an impressive 35-inch vertical. The other notable who did not work out at the Combine was DT Marcus Jasmin a 5.26 with a 34-inch vertical and 26 reps.

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Washington St.

At this event S Hamza Abdullah ran much better than he did at the Combine clocking a 4.45 while other notable was OT Calvin Armstrong at 5.28.

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Cal Poly

The star here was LB Jordan Beck who really impressed by running a 4.45 and showing off a 42-inch vertical leap that will greatly increase his stock. Some are projecting him as a safety prospect at the next level.

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Oregon St.

At this workout CB Brandon Browner did not participate while DE Bill Swancutt ran a 4.91, CB Aric Williams a 4.56, and LB Jonathan Pollard a 4.72 time.

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Florida

The two highly anticipated workouts here were LB Channing Crowder who ran a 4.71 and RB Ciatrick Fason who ran a disappointing 4.60 average.

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Nebraska

On this day S Josh Bullocks impressed by notching a 4.46, LB Barrett Ruud ran a 4.72, DE Benard Thomas a 4.99 and LB Ira Cooper a 4.57. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Oklahoma

There is a ton of news to report here with most excited to hear about DE Dan Cody who ran a 4.75 while S Brodney Pool looked good running a 4.54 with a 39-inch vertical leap. In other news S Donte Nicholson ran a 4.55, CB Antonio Perkins a 4.50, WR Brandon Jones a 4.45, LB Lance Mitchell a 4.87, DE Jonathan Jackson a 4.60 and showed the athleticism to move to linebacker at the next level, WR Will Peoples a 4.60, QB Jason White a 4.99, Vince Carter a 5.60 and DT Lynn McGruder a 5.00. Others such as OT Jammal Brown, WR Mark Clayton and WR Mark Bradley opted to rest on what they did at the Combine.

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Kentucky

The guy to watch here is DE/OLB Vincent "Sweet Pea" Burns who ran a 4.79 this time around.
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San Jose St.

The notable here was DE Tony Ficklin who really impressed by running a 4.72 at 6-2 and 268 lbs.

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California

The headliner QB Aaron Rodgers will workout later this month. RB J.J. Arrington did not work out but DE Ryan Riddle ran a disappointing 4.86 forty, DT Lorenzo Alexander ran a 5.01, TE Garrett Cross a 4.86, and WR Chase Lyman a 5.54 with a 36 1/2 inch vertical.

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Tulane

The star here was WR Roydell Williams 4.48 and benched 225lbs. 17 times.

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Eastern Washington

One of the top sleepers in the Draft is OT Michael Roos and on this day he ran a 5.13 and did 20 reps in the bench press.
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Louisville

Just about everyone opted to go with what they did at the Combine with the exception of RB Lionel Gates who ran a 4.66 this time around.

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Lehigh

The only notable here is TE Adam Bergen who ran a nice 4.65 time.

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Utah

Not a whole lot to report here since QB Alex Smith will work out later in the month while OG Chris Kemoeatu and DT Sione Pouha stuck with what they did in Indy at the Combine. One notable who did opt to try again was WR Steve Savoy who once again disappointed by only running a 4.70, while another WR Paris Warren ran a 4.71 this time around.

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Oklahoma St.

The main player here is RB Vernand Morency who actually ran at Miami's Pro Day and put up a very disappointing 4.66 and hurt his stock. Also, most of the other top players such as CB Darrent Williams, OG Sam Mayes and TE Billy Bajema did not take part either due to injuries or because they wanted to stick with the efforts they put forth at the Combine.

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Florida Atlantic

At this workout QB Jared Allen threw well and actually measured in a little taller than he did in Indy.

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Fresno St.

Here OG Logan Mankins did not participate after doing everything at the Combine but S James Sanders did a nice job in drills and ran a 4.68 with a 36-inch vertical.

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Murray St.

The most notable player here was TE Jimmy St. Louis who measured 6-4 3/8 and ran a 4.65 in his workout.

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Miami (FL)

Everyone was here to see CB Antrel Rolle and he did not disappoint, running a 4.49 and looking excellent in drills. Another notable was RB Frank Gore who was only able to run a 4.65 raising further questions about the oft-injured player. OG Chris Myers ran 5.15, QB Brock Berlin 4.94, and WR Roscoe Parrish an impressive 4.40 and looking extremely quick in drills.

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Missouri

The most interesting prospect here was DT C.J. Mosley who ran for an average of 5.09 and did 27 reps of 225. Another DT Attiyah Ellison ran for an average of 4.96, RB Damien Nash was able to run for a 4.57 average, TE Victor Sesay a 4.90 and ILB James Kinney impressed by running 4.63 at 6-0 1/2 and 244 lbs. while also putting up 30 reps in the bench press to help his cause.
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Northwestern

The star here is DT Luis Castillo but he chose to go with the excellent numbers he put up at the Combine and not workout. OT Trai Essex ran for an average of 5.49 while OG Ike Ndukwe ran 5.23 for scouts. Finally, RB Noah Herron ran for an average of 4.74 and did nothing else since he workout out in Indy.
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Southern Methodist

Sleeper CB prospect and one time top prep recruit Michael Hawkins, formally of Okalhoma and now playing for the Dallas Desperados in the Arena Football League, measured in at 6-1 1/4 and 176 pounds and ran for an average of 4.39

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