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  1. #16
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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread



    No real notes from the LB drills, Rufus Alexander looked very good, Buster Davis and Earl Everrett didn't.

    But just absolutely and thoroughly enjoyed Mike Singletary coaching and in some cases grilling the LBs he has to work with, a true joy to see him coaching those drills. Hope some other people saw that.




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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread

    I saw the Singletary drills, they were great. You really can learn alot from these kinds of things.
    "This year, our attitude when we’re on the field is we’re attacking, we want to put points on the board and then let our defense pin their ears back and have at it."
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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread

    good call ukravenstockers, that was very cool watching singletary work. gotta agree on buster davis as well. is it just me or does he look a little heavy? also, chansi stuckey made an AWESOME one handed catch. i can see why we've been talking to him, he's the spitting image of mark clayton, an undersized burner. been very impressed with bowe from lsu, big guy who has been toasting db's in the drills today. although they have mentioned how he has a tendency to drop some balls.




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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread

    Last Padded Practice and the Last Practice I'll be able to watch this week

    South Practice

    DB vs WR Drills

    - Aaron Ross did a very good job on a stop route on Dwayne Bowe whilst playing in off coverage, allowed the cushion to decrease graduallly and closed well when the stop came and the ball was there. BUT he didn't finish the play and challenge for the football.

    - Chansi Stuckey made a good cut on an in route against David Irons, easy catch as Irons got too high in his backpedal and was out of position on the play.

    - Bowe ran a comeback route against Ross 2nd time up for them and really showed some excellent explosion out of his routes and caught the ball as well. If Bowe can sort his dropsies issue he can be a very good possession receiver in this league.

    - Irons redeemed himself with some excellent coverage on a corner route, but Stuckey just made a ridiculous catch tipping the pass first and then coming down with it as he fell, excellent play by Stuckey.

    Red Zone Plays

    - Ross bit badly on a double move, beaten, got thrown off his coverage and left flat footed.

    - Bowe showed well again, really using his size and power well to gain inside position on a slant pattern.

    OL vs DL Drill

    - Justin Blalock beaten easily to the outside by Ray McDonald who has shown good versatility to play outside and inside in a 4-3 base.

    - Aaron Sears and Antonio Johnson had two very good battles, Johnson with a decent push but Sears locking on and not allowing Johnson to beat him.

    - Dustin Fry showed issues again with bending at the hip, overbalancing and getting beaten easily on a swim move by Tank Tyler. 2nd play Fry battled back well and tied Tyler up.

    - Ben Grubbs had two very good plays against #99 of Miami (DT), locking him up both times.

    - Tony Ugoh got too high in his stance against Tim Crowder on their first snap and Crowder knocked his outside shoulder back fairly easily. 2nd play Crowder beat Ugoh to the outside with an excellent burst off the line, two poor plays by Ugoh.

    - Quentin Moses made an excellent inside cut to beat Wrotto (GT). No power step by Moses to shut off the line to Moses.

    - Ryan Kalil and Tanky Tyler played out to two excellent battles. Tyler got dominated by Kalil on two plays yesterday, Tyler showed better today with a good initial burst to knock Kalil back. However Kalil showed excellent ability, having his hands in the right place and being able to adjust his base mid block to change the momentum of the block and stop himself from getting pushed back on top of the 'QB'.




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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread

    How about some post game notes? Thoroughly enjoyed your analysis of the practices. I wasn't able to watch the game.
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    Re: UKRavenStockers' Senior Bowl Comments Thread

    I didn't watch the game either and tbh, the game is utterly pointless, there's no blitzing and no stunts and pretty much all the scouts leave on Friday after the final practice, the game is just for the fans really.




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