On the last day of workouts at the NFL’s annual scouting combine, the Connecticut cornerback soared 12 feet, 3 inches in the broad jump. That was 15 inches farther than the second-best defensive back and 8 inches longer than the best listed in the NFL scouting combine database.
Dane Brugler of CBS Sports and nfldraftscout.com joined Baskin & Phelps on Mock Monday to discuss what he thinks the Browns will do with the 12th and 19th pick, his number one receiver on the board, and gave us his sleepers in this draft.
Here, nothing is off limits. Some place between the poking and prodding of medical exams, on-field workouts and the circus-like interview sessions, the league’s decision-makers key make sure they ask the tough questions.
Clemson linebacker Vic Beasley and Southern California defensive lineman Leonard Williams came up big winners Sunday in Indianapolis.
As many as 12 million viewers will tune into the NFL combine at some point to watch draft prospects do nothing more exciting than run sprints and lift weights.
With Jimmy Haslam And Mike Pettine Looking On, Jameis Winston And Marcus Mariota Have Good Showing At NFL Combine
To the surprise of no one Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota separated themselves from the rest of the class.
Winston took the podium in the media center on Friday and exuded confidence. He acknowledged past mistakes but kept the focus on his future and becoming “the face of a franchise,” something he mentioned numerous times.
Of the 62 QBs picked in the NFL draft this decade, 15 are out of the league and another 24 have spent most of their time on the bench or the practice squad. That’s 63 percent of the total.
Dennis Manoloff On The Cavaliers: “If They’re Good Enough, The Seeding Doesn’t Matter All That Much”
Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Dennis Manoloff joined Baskin & Phelps on Friday to discuss the Cavaliers gearing up for the 2nd half of the season, being quiet at the trade deadline, who should fill the open roster spot, thoughts on Kendrick Perkins, where Kevin Love fits in to the stretch run, the NFL’s Wonderlic Test, and more.
At the NFL Combine Thursday, Farmer outlined why he feels the organization will be much better prepared for this year’s draft than it was a year ago.