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RE: NFL Draft - Sun Belt As per PantherTalk.com
You may very well be right. Westbrooks may not be drafted. I hope he gets a shot though.
05-06-2014 10:44 AM
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RE: NFL Draft - Sun Belt As per PantherTalk.com
yeah. he didn't really have a great showing at the combine. He needed to ball out like McKinnon did to turn some heads. I think he will definitely get a shot somewhere though as a RFA... I hope he does get drafted though.
05-06-2014 10:48 AM
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RE: NFL Draft - Sun Belt As per PantherTalk.com
Dane Brugler is doing a possible UDFA for every FBS team, guy is a hell of a scout he got my attention doing cowboys draft shows and he knows his stuff.


RB David Oku (5-9, 199, 4.75)
A transfer from Tennessee, Oku's senior season was derailed by injuries and inconsistency, but he rushed for over 1,000 yards as a junior with good hands out of the backfield.

WR Albert Wilson (5-9, 200, 4.43)
Wilson was the star at Georgia State in recent years, proving to be both a reliable and playmaking threat, and showed off his athleticism with impressive numbers at the NFL Combine.

FB Michael LaGrone (6-2, 263, 4.68)
A hybrid H-back type, LaGrone had only 16 catches as a senior and wasn't an integral part of the passing offense, but he isn't afraid to get his hands dirty in the run game.

LB Justin Anderson (6-2, 235, 4.70)
A First Team All-Sun Belt performer, Anderson averaged over 10 tackles per game as a senior and produced impressive numbers at his pro day (37-inch vertical, 6.89 3-cone drill).

FS Isaiah Newsome (5-11, 203, 4.72)
An All-Conference First Teamer, Newsome had a team-best four interceptions in 2013 with 175 interception return yards, including a pair of scores.

Second half: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/nfl-d...fas-part-2

WR Austin Franklin (5-11, 189, 4.56)
A surprise junior declaration, Franklin is a solid athlete, but his lack of strength and tendency to drop too many passes might force him to catch on as an undrafted free agent.

QB Ross Metheny (6-3, 205, 4.91)
A lefty transfer from Virginia, Metheny led the Sun Belt in total offense in 2013 and was a big reason South Alabama finished better than expected with a 6-6 record.

DE D.J. Yendrey (6-3, 274, 4.83)
A TCU transfer, Yendrey was a player who was caught up in the on-campus drug bust in Fort Worth and has some character issues, but is an intriguing hybrid interior player.

Also WR Isaiah Battle recently worked out for the Texans and DE/LB Jamie Clavell-Head is in contact with the Dolphins

FS Camren Hudson (5-10, 199, 4.57)
Hudson finished among the team leaders with 61 tackles and nine passes defended in 2013 and boosted his profile with excellent workout times at his pro day.
05-06-2014 01:39 PM
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