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Cam Newton Selected #1 in NFL Draft 2011

Best First Round Value Selections
Jaguars – QB Blaine Gabbert
Lions - DT Nick Fairley
Giants - CB Prince Amukamara
Ravens – CB Jimmy Smith
Saints - DE Cam Jordan
Steelers – DE Cam Heyward

Photo – QB Cam Newton

First Round Selection Order
Pick / Team / Player / Position/ College

1(1) Panthers - Cam Newton - QB - Auburn
2(2) Broncos - Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M
3(3) Bills – Marcell Dareus - DL - Alabama
4(4) Bengals - A.J. Green - WR - Georgia
5(5) Cardinals - Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
6(6) Falcons (Browns) - Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
7(7) 49ers - Aldon Smith - LB - Missouri
8(8) Titans - Locker, Jake - QB - Washington
9(9) Cowboys - Tyron Smith - OT - USC
10(10) Jaguars (Redskins) - Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri
11(11) Texans - J.J. Watt - DE - Wisconsin
12(12) Vikings - Christian Ponder - QB - Florida St.
13(13) Lions - Nick Fairley - DT - Auburn
14(14) Rams - Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
15(15) Dolphins - Mike Pouncey - OL - Florida
16(16) Redskins (Jaguars) - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue
17(17) Patriots (Raiders) - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado
18(18) Chargers - Corey Liuget - DT - Illinois
19(19) Giants - Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
20(20) Buccaneers - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
21(21) Browns (Chiefs) - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor
22(22) Colts - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College
23(23) Eagles - Danny Watkins - OL - Baylor
24(24) Saints - Cam Jordan - DE - California
25(25) Seahawks - James Carpenter - OL - Alabama
26(26) Chiefs (Falcons-Browns) - Jonathan Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh
27(27) Ravens - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado
28(28) Saints (Patriots) - Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
29(29) Bears - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin
30(30) Jets - Muhammad Wilkerson - DE - Temple
31(31) Steelers - Cam Heyward - DE - Ohio St.
32(32) Packers - Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St.

‘The Nostradamus Condition’ - Final Two Round Mock Draft NFL Draft 2011

‘The Nostradamus Condition’ - Part I
Two Round Mock Draft / NFL Draft

NFL Draft is Here – ‘Trust Your Eyes’

I was in Home Depot last week and was going through the electric department when a light went off about the Atlanta Falcons at the 27th overall pick. What about TE Kyle Rudolph of Notre Dame in the first round after a fine April workout? Rudolph is a first round talent who addresses a need area for the Falcons offense. Starting TE Tony Gonzalez has been a Hall of Fame performer over his amazing career, but he enters year 15 next season. He went in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft to the Kansas City Chiefs. It is hard to believe 14 seasons have gone by since we meet at Madison Square Garden prior to the talented class for the NFL 1997. The NFL Draft was at Madison Square Garden annually before corporate Time Warner and the NFL decided to play power games over the TV networks and the draft moved to Radio City.

Photo - TE Kyle Rudolph - Notre Dame

Gonzalez was a young 20 year old gifted athlete who played more basketball than football at Cal. He was actually part of the start of an evolution of tight ends being used as vertical threats and a bigger role in the NFL passing game. Rudolph is a complete and a good fit with the Falcons who also have pressing needs on defense at end and cornerback after collapsing in the NFL playoffs. They have done extensive work on corner Ras-I Dowling who is a rising prospect this month and a kid they have on their short list. They also have done a lot of late work on DE Jabaal Sheard of Pittsburgh who may be a surprise late first round selection.

‘Trust Your Eyes’ - The endless Pro Days will finally terminate at some point this week. They have taken on an element of lunacy that only NFL draftniks could appreciate. I attended only a few Pro Days this year and most of it has become total nonsense. Over 90% of the results should confirm what you should have known months earlier. Granted, the medical and injury situations are vital to update for final rankings. Many marginal prospects benefit from the exposure, but the final rankings should not be changed to any big degree. The old athletic and scouting slogan “Trust your Eyes” applies here more than anywhere. This is not the Olympics, its evaluating football players for a specific skill set for the NFL game. My final Pro Day was at Monmouth University (N.J.) on Monday April 25th. The Eagles worked out wideout Chris Hogan in a fog similar to the Fog playoff game years ago. Hogan is a Miles Austin clone that the Eagles wanted to get a final look at the raw athlete. Hogan played only one season at Monmouth after a Lacrosse career at Penn St. He is a fine athlete and actually blew the competition away at the Fordham Pro Day a month ago. The Eagles have three #7 picks, so I expect them to use one of them on Hogan as an athlete who can help on coverage units while he develops as a receiver. Though he is similar to the Cowboy’s Miles Austin in athleticism, size and smarts, he is not as developed as a receiver and needs strong coaching on the basics of route running, reading defenses and make adjustments during the play. He will have to earn his stripes on coverage units, and at 220 lbs. and a legitimate sub 4.50 time, he has the athleticism and toughness to win a role on the coverage teams. With time to develop, he could be a major sleeper from the lower level that shocks NFL scouts.

The first round of the NFL Draft shakes out very interesting among certain clubs from a high needs standpoint. Even more intriguing is the fact that of these comparisons are among divisional rivals and also teams drafting within a few selections of one another. That may contribute to a higher number of deals on the clock with the only movement and deals involving this years or future draft picks. The Bills/ Cardinals hold the key to the top ten. Both love LB Von Miller and also need a QB. They will dictate how the QBs fall out in the first part of round one. You could certainly include the 49ers in that mix with both QB and attack LB high on their need list. They could get closed out of both Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert at #7. The 3rd QB to come off the board will probably set off a run of passers that includes, Jake Locker, Ryan Mallett, Christian Ponder, Colin Kaepernick and Andy Dalton that may not get beyond the top 40 overall picks. The Redskins are nervous sitting at the 10th overall spot and they could be beyond the top three passers with other clubs like the Titans also looking to add a starting QB. There are several divisional rivals, the Ravens/Steelers, Bears/ Packers, Bucs/Saints/Falcons and Giants/Eagles who all have very similar needs and all drafting with 6 picks in round one. It should be interesting.

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‘Final NFL Mock Draft - Two Rounds
Update Report 2011 has a Complete Seven Round Mock Draft

Selection Order x - compensatory pick * underclassmen - April 28-30, 2011

First Round
1. Carolina - * Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

2. Denver - * Marcell Dareus - DE - Alabama
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

3. Buffalo - Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M
Alternate Pick: * Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri

4. Cincinnati - * A.J. Green - WR -Georgia
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

5. Arizona - * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn
Alternate Pick: Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M

6. Cleveland - * Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

7. San Francisco - * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

8. Tennessee - Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
Alternate Pick: * Julio Jones - WR - Alabama

9. Dallas - * Nick Fairley - DL - Auburn
Alternate Pick: Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska

10. Washington - * Aldon Smith - DE/LB - Missouri
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

11. Houston - Cameron Jordan - DE - California
Alternate Pick: * Aldon Smith - LB – Missouri

12. Minnesota - * Da'Quan Bowers - DE - Clemson
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

13. Detroit - * Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
Alternate Pick: * Tyron Smith - OT - Southern Cal

14 St. Louis - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue
Alternate Pick: * Aldon Smith - DE/LB - Missouri

15. Miami - * J.J. Watt - DE - Wisconsin
Alternate Pick: Jake Locker - QB - Washington

16 Jacksonville - Jake Locker - QB - Washington
Alternate Pick: Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue

17. New England (Oakland) - Mike Pouncey - OC - Florida
Alternate Pick: Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College

18. San Diego - * Muhammad Wilkerson - DT - Temple
Alternate Pick: * Justin Houston - LB - Georgia

19. New York Giants - * Corey Liuget - DT- Illinois
Alternate Pick: Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College

20. Tampa Bay - * Tyron Smith - OT - Southern Cal
Alternate Pick: Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado

21. Kansas City - * Justin Houston - LB - Georgia
Alternate Pick: * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA

22. Indianapolis - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College
Alternate Pick: Nate Solder - OT - Colorado

23. Philadelphia - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado
Alternate Pick: * Marvin Austin - DT - North Carolina

24. New Orleans - * Marvin Austin - DT - North Carolina
Alternate Pick: Cameron Heyward - DE - Ohio St

25. Seattle - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
Alternate Pick: Cameron Heyward - DL - Ohio St

26. Baltimore - * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA
Alternate Pick: Titus Young - WR - Boise St

27. Atlanta - * Kyle Rudolph - TE - Notre Dame
Alternate Pick: Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia

28. New England - Brooks Reed - LB - Arizona
Alternate Pick: * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA

29. Chicago - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado
Alternate Pick: Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St

30. New York Jets - Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia
Alternate Pick: Brooks Reed - LB - Arizona

31. Pittsburgh - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin
Alternate Pick: Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia

32. Green Bay - Cameron Heyward - DE - Ohio St
Alternate Pick: * Martez Wilson - LB - Illinois

‘Second Round
33 New Eng (Carolina) - * Martez Wilson - LB - Illinois
34 Buffalo - Colin Kaepernick - QB - Nevada
35 Cincinnati - Christian Ponder - QB - Florida St
36 Denver - * Ryan Mallett - QB - Arkansas
37 Cleveland - Jabaal Sheard - DE - Pittsburgh
38 Arizona - Dontay Moch - LB - Nevada
39 Tennessee - Titus Young - WR - Boise St
40 Dallas - Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St
41 Washington Andy Dalton - QB - Texas Christian
42 Houston - * Aaron Williams - CB - Texas
43 Minnesota - * Rahim Moore - S - UCLA
44 Detroit - Marcus Gilbert - OT - Florida
45 San Fran - * Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
46 Denver (Miami) Johnny Patrick - CB - Louisville
47 St. Louis - * Torrey Smith - WR - Maryland
48 Oakland - Stephen Paea - DT - Oregon St
49 Jacksonville - Allen Bailey - DE - Miami (Fl)
50 San Diego - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor
51 Tampa Bay - * Brandon Burton - CB - Utah
52 N.Y. Giants - * Randall Cobb - WR - Kentucky
53 Indianapolis - Dan Watkins - OL - Baylor
54 Philadelphia - Sam Acho - LB - Texas
55 Kansas City - Marcus Cannon - OT - TCU
56 New Orleans - * Mikel Leshoure - RB - Illinois
57 Seattle - * Greg Little - WR - North Carolina
58 Baltimore - Jerrel Jernigan - WR/RS - Troy
59 Atlanta - * Brandon Harris - CB - Miami
60 New England - * Ryan Williams - RB - Virginia Tech
61 San Diego (Jets) - Leonard Hankerson - WR - Miami
62 Chicago - Stefen Wisniewski - OL - Penn St
63 Pittsburgh - Benjamin Ijalana - OT - Villanova (Pa.)
64 Green Bay - * Jon Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh

Two Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2011

Two Round Mock Draft
After the NFL Combine
* Underclassmen

DL Marcell Dareus - Alabama

Team / Player / Pos / School
First Round

1 Carolina - 2-14 - * Da'Quan Bowers - DE - Clemson
2 Denver - 4-12 - * Nick Fairley - DT - Auburn
3 Buffalo - 4-12 - * Marcell Dareus - DE - Alabama
4 Cincinnati - 4-12 - * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
5 Arizona - 5-11 - Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M
6 Cleveland - 5-11 - * A.J. Green - WR - Georgia
7 San Fran - 6-10 - * Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri
8 Tennessee - 6-10 - * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn
9 Dallas - 6-10 - Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
10 Washington - 6-10 - Jake Locker - QB - Washington
11 Houston - 6-10 - * Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
12 Minnesota - 6-10 - * Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
13 Detroit - 6-10 - Cameron Jordan - DE - California
14 St. Louis - 7-9 - * Aldon Smith - DE - Missouri
15 Miami - 7-9 - * J.J. Watt - DE - Wisconsin
16 Jacksonville - 8-8 - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue
17 New Eng (Oak) - 8-8 - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
18 San Diego - 9-7 - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College
19 NY Giants - 10-6 - * Muhammad Wilkerson - DT - Temple
20 Tampa Bay - 10-6 - * Brandon Harris - CB - Miami (Fl)
21 Kansas City - 10-6 - * Tyron Smith - OT - Southern Cal
22 Indianapolis - 10-6 - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado
23 Philadelphia - 10-6 - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado
24 New Orleans - 12-4 - * Corey Liuget - DT - Illinois
25 Seattle - 7-9 - * Ryan Mallett - QB - Arkansas
26 Baltimore - 12-4 - * Justin Houston - LB - Georgia
27 Atlanta - 13-3 - * Aaron Williams - CB - Texas
28 New England - 14-2 - * Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
29 Chicago - 11-5 - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin
30 NY Jets - 11-5 - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor
31 Pittsburgh - 12-4 - Mike Pouncey - OC - Florida
32 Green Bay - 10-6 - * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA

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2nd Round
33 New Eng (Carolina) - Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St
34 Buffalo - Colin Kaepernick - QB - Nevada
35 Cincinnati - Stephen Paea - DT - Oregon St
36 Denver - * Martez Wilson - LB - Illinois
37 Cleveland - Cameron Heyward - DE - Ohio St
38 Arizona - Christian Ponder - QB - Florida St
39 Tennessee - Christian Ballard - DL - Iowa
40 Dallas - Danny Watkins - OG - Baylor
41 Washington - * Torrey Smith - WR - Maryland
42 Houston - * Rahim Moore - S - UCLA
43 Minnesota - Titus Young - WR - Boise St
44 Detroit - Sam Acho - LB - Texas
45 San Francisco - * Jon Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh
46 Denver (Miami) - * Brandon Burton - CB - Utah
47 St. Louis - Leonard Hankerson - WR - Miami (Fl)
48 Oakland - Allen Bailey - DE - Miami (Fl)
49 Jacksonville - Quinton Carter - S - Oklahoma
50 San Diego - * Kyle Rudolph - TE - Notre Dame
51 Tampa Bay - Drake Nevis - DT - LSU
52 NY Giants - Bruce Carter - LB - North Carolina
53 Indianapolis - Curtis Brown - CB - Texas
54 Philadelphia - Stefen Wisniewski - OC - Penn St
55 Kansas City - * Greg Little - WR - North Carolina
56 New Orleans - Jerrel Jernigan - WR - Troy
57 Seattle - * Mikel Leshoure - RB - Illinois
58 Baltimore - * Randall Cobb - WR - Kentucky
59 Atlanta - Benjamin Ijalana - OT - Villanova (Pa.)
60 New England - Dontay Moch - LB - Nevada
61 San Diego (NY Jets) - Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia
62 Chicago - * Jurrell Casey - DT - Southern Cal
63 Pittsburgh - Marcus Cannon - OT - TCU
64 Green Bay - Jarvis Jenkins - DL - Clemson

NFL Combine 2011 - Dash For Cash

NFL Combine 2011
Dash For Cash - Sprint Numbers

Photo - Da'Rel Scott - Maryland

The NFL Combine 2011 has been completed with several outstanding workouts that will have a huge effect on the final player rankings.
Running back Da'Rel Scott and wide receiver Edmund Gates had the best hand held times at the NFL Combine 2011 that are posted along with the electronically timed sprints. Both players are second tier prospects who improved their draft stock significantly with a strong combine performance.

None of the combine performances were more impressive than wideout Julio Jones of Alabama. Jones showed incredible athleticism with a 4.39 forty time @ 220 lbs. He leaped out of the building with a 11’3” broad jump and a 38.8” vertical leap. His numbers were outstanding and what is more amazing is that he did this with a broken bone in his foot. He will have an 8 week recovery time for the injury, but his workout made a statement of both his blue chip athleticism and his super toughness and work ethic. He played through a broken hand during the 2010 season where he missed no time.

Best 40 Times Pro Prospects by hand held official watches

Quarterbacks
Tyrod Taylor - Virginia Tech - 4.47
Jake Locker - Washington - 4.50
Colin Kaepernick - Nevada - 4.53
Cam Newton - Auburn - 4.56
Blaine Gabbert - Missouri - 4.61
Christian Ponder - Florida St - 4.63
Jerrod Johnson - Texas A&M - 4.75
Pat Devlin - Delaware - 4.81
Andy Dalton - Texas Christian - 4.82
Greg McElroy - Alabama - 4.84
Ricky Stanzi - Iowa - 4.87

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Running Backs
Da'Rel Scott - Maryland - 4.31
Mario Fannin - Auburn - 4.37
Derrick Locke - Kentucky - 4.37
DeMarco Murray - Oklahoma - 4.37
Jordan Todman - UConn - 4.40
Roy Helu - Nebraska - 4.40
Brandon Saine - Ohio St - 4.40
Alex Green - Hawaii - 4.45
Kendall Hunter - Oklahoma St - 4.46
Shane Vereen - California - 4.49
Allen Bradford - USC - 4.53
Jamie Harper - Clemson - 4.53
Johnny White - North Carolina - 4.53
Deleone Carter - Syracuse - 4.54
Dion Lewis - Pittsburgh - 4.56
Darren Evans - Virginia Tech - 4.56
Mikel Leshoure - Illinois - 4.56
Damien Berry - Miami - 4.58
Jacquizz Rodgers - Oregon St - 4.59
Ryan Williams - Virginia Tech - 4.59
Mark Ingram - Alabama - 4.62

Fullbacks
Anthony Sherman - UConn - 4.74
Owen Marecic - Stanford - 4.87
Shaun Chapas - Georgia - 4.87
Henry Hynoski - Pittsburgh - 5.06

Wide Receivers
Edmond Gates - Abilene Christian - 4.31
Ricardo Lockette - Fort Valley St - 4.34
Julio Jones - Alabama - 4.34
Al Robinson - SMU - 4.35
Leonard Hankerson - Miami - 4.40
Joe Morgan - Walsh - 4.40
Torrey Smith - Maryland - 4.41
Denarius Moore - Tennessee - 4.43
Titus Young - Boise St - 4.43
Niles Paul - Nebraska - 4.45
Jerrel Jernigan - Troy - 4.46
Ron Johnson - USC - 4.46
Randall Cobb - Kentucky - 4.46
A.J. Green - Georgia - 4.48
Jon Baldwin - Pittsburgh - 4.49
Stephen Burton - West Texas A&M - 4.50
Armon Binns - Cincinnati - 4.50
Jimmy Young - Texas Christian - 4.50
Cecil Shorts - Mount Union - 4.50
Greg Little - North Carolina - 4.51
Andre Holmes - Hillsdale - 4.51
Terrence Tolliver - LSU - 4.52
Dwayne Harris - East Carolina - 4.53
Owen Spencer - NC State - 4.53
Greg Salas - Hawaii - 4.53
OJ Murdock - Ft Hays St - 4.53
Tori Gurley - South Carolina - 4.53
Terrance Turner - Indiana - 4.56
Dane Sansenbacher - Ohio St - 4.56
Marshall Williams - Wake Forest - 4.56
Austin Pettis - Boise St - 4.56
Jeff Maehl - Oregon - 4.56
Jeremy Kerley - Texas Christian - 4.56
Darvin Adams - Auburn - 4.56
DeAndre Brown - Southern Miss - 4.59
Lester Jean - Florida Atlantic - 4.61
Vincent Brown - San Diego St - 4.68

Tight Ends
Rob Housler - Florida Atlantic - 4.46
Jordan Cameron - USC - 4.53
Virgil Green - Nevada - 4.54
D.J. Williams - Arkansas - 4.59
Schuyler Oordt - Northern Iowa - 4.63
Julius Thomas - Portland St - 4.64
Lance Kendricks - Wisconsin - 4.65
Charles Clay - Tulsa - 4.69
Luke Stocker - Tennessee - 4.70
Zach Pinalto - North Carolina - 4.78
Charlie Gantt - Michigan St - 4.85
Allen Reisner - Iowa - 4.90
Lee Smith - Marshall - 4.94
Cameron Graham - Louisville - 5.00

Offensive Tackles
Nate Solder - Colorado - 4.96
Derek Newton - Arkansas St - 5.00
Jarriel King - South Carolina - 5.03
Mike Person - Montana St - 5.07
Orlando Franklin - Miami - 5.11
Gabe Carimi - Wisconsin - 5.18
Derek Sherrod - Mississippi St - 5.18
Demarcus Love - Arkansas - 5.18
Anthony Castonzo - BC - 5.21
James Brewer - Indiana - 5.21
James Carpenter - Alabama - 5.22
Marcus Cannon - TCU - 5.28
Keith Hughes - SE Louisiana - 5.31
Jah Reid - Central Florida - 5.32
Joe Barksdale - LSU - 5.37
Chris Hairston - Clemson - 5.38
Jason Pinkston - Pittsburgh - 5.39
Marcus Gilbert - Florida - 5.41
Ray Dominguez - Arkansas - 5.45
Adam Grant - Arizona - 5.58

Guards
Steve Schilling - Michigan - 5.18
Julian Vandervelde - Iowa - 5.21
Rodney Hudson - Florida St - 5.27
Andrew Jackson - Fresno St - 5.27
Clint Boling - Georgia - 5.28
Dan Kilgore - Appalachian St - 5.28
Zach Hurd - UConn - 5.28
Keith Williams - Nebraska - 5.28
David Arkin - Missouri St - 5.31
Danny Watkins - Baylor - 5.36
Justin Boren - Ohio St - 5.40
John Moffitt - Wisconsin - 5.51

Centers
Jason Kelce - Cincinnati - 4.89
Ryan Bartholomew - Syracuse - 4.93
Mike Pouncey - Florida - 5.12
Kris O'Dowd - USC - 5.12
Brandon Fusco - Slippery Rock - 5.18
Zack Williams - Washington St - 5.18
Stefen Wisniewski - Penn St - 5.29
Alex Linnenkohl - Oregon St - 5.36

Pro Days 2011 - March Workout Schedule

Pro Days 2011 - Workout Schedule
Updated March 10th

Pro Day schedules are posted by schools starting with the first week of March. Several schools will have two Pro Days, though most are attempting to utilize one date and event to provide the last workout and other pertinent information for the NFL Draft 2011. We intend to attend several Pro Days, in addition to many interviews over the final two months on the journey to the NFL Draft 2011.

Photo – WR Torrey Smith - Maryland

Date/College
March 3

Baylor
Florida Atlantic
Tulane
Utah
Wyoming

March 4
Alabama State
Arizona
Troy
Weber State

March 7
Arkansas Tech
Central Arkansas
Tuskegee

March 8
Alabama A&M
Arkansas
Auburn
Fordham
Liberty
Northwestern
Prairie View A&M

March 9
Alabama
BYU
California-Davis
California
Clark-Atlanta
Colorado St
Georgia Tech
Kent State
Mississippi St
North Texas
Northern Colorado
Portland St
Wisconsin

March 10
Kentucky
Nebraska
Northern Illinois

March 11
Eastern Illinois
Idaho
Jackson State
Ohio State
Purdue
Southern Miss
TCU
Tennessee

March 14
LSU
Newberry
Wake Forest

March 15
Bowling Green
Montana State
Towson

March 16
Arkansas-Monticello
Florida A&M
Florida St.
Illinois
James Madison
Louisiana-Monroe
Marshall
Maryland
Michigan State
Penn State
Virginia Union

March 17
Virginia
Virginia Tech
West Virginia

March 18
Arkansas State
Northwestern State (La.)

March 21
North Dakota State

March 22
South Dakota State

March 23
Boston College
Central Florida
Hampton University
Louisville
North Carolina State
Texas State

March 24
Middle Tennessee State
Southern Illinois
Wyoming

March 25
Arizona State
Ball State

March 28
Central Missouri
Cincinnati
Citadel
Missouri Western
Northwest Missouri State
Rice

March 29
Coastal Carolina

March 30
New Mexico State

March 31
Eastern Washington

NFL Draft 2011 Pro Prospect - Cam Newton Workout

Cam Newton Schedules Early Workout

Photo - QB Cam Newton - Auburn

QB Cam Newton of Auburn has scheduled a workout in San Diego for February 10th that will be open to the media. Newton declared for the NFL Draft 2011 in January and is one of the premier prospects at the position this year. Though he clearly needs to answer some key questions about his overall development, he is one of the Wild Cards in the first round at this point of the process. NFL teams according to league rules say, teams can attend a private workout for a player only at the player’s school or in his hometown. In addition, teams are not allowed to work out a player who has been invited to the NFL Combine before the event in late February. The NFL Combine is scheduled for Feb 23rd thru March 1st in Indianapolis, In.

We will have a complete scouting report on the NFL Combine and Pro Days in the newsletters in March and April. We will also have an updated workout report prior to the NFL Draft.

Newton’s scheduled workout will be only a few weeks before the NFL Combine. Newton wants to show the progress that he has made since winning the Heisman Trophy and BCS national title game in early January. He will be working with noted QB coach George Whitfield who has also worked with Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger among other big name NFL passers. Whitfield has been working with Newton since the Auburn’s victory over Oregon and hopes to improve his overall mechanics from his initial setup from center and setting his feet in the pocket to throw the ball. Newton played almost exclusively in a shotgun spread offense at Auburn and rarely went under center or went through his progressions in the pocket for secondary receivers.

Whether Newton intends to attend the NFL Combine is unclear, though his early indications after declaring was that he would go center stage in Indianapolis in front of NFL front office brass. The Auburn pro day is also an option for Newton, though many events at the schools for the top prospects has been limited in many respects to a few drills according to how they do at the NFL Combine. The NFL Combine will probably determine which events they participate in at the pro day in the spring.

Auburn’s DT Nick Fairley Joins QB Cam Newton for NFL Draft 2011 - Underclassmen Update

Auburn’s Nick Fairley Joins Cam Newton for NFL Draft 2011 - Underclassmen Update Report:

DT Nick Fairley - Auburn

Auburn's Nick Fairley has entered the NFL Draft 2011 joining teammate QB Cam Newton who announced on Thursday his intentions to turn professional. Underclassmen have until Saturday to declare for the NFL Draft 2011 with three additional days to rescind that decision and return to their college team if they have not signed with an agent.

Fairley is a massive junior defensive tackle who projects as one of the top picks in April's draft. At 6'5" and 300 lbs., Fairley has dominated SEC offensive linemen all season with 56 overall tackles, including 11.5 sacks and 24 TFLs. He was named the defensive MVP of the BCS National Championship Game that Auburn won 22-19 over Oregon. In the BCS title game, he had a sack, three TFLs and a forced fumble. During the 2010 season, he led the SEC with 24 TFL and he set a school-record with his 11.5 sacks. He played only two seasons at Auburn after transferring from junior college level.

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Underclassmen Declared

Player Pos H/W School Class
* Third year Sophomore

Offensive Players
Blaine Gabbert - QB - 6-5, 240 - Missouri - Jr
Ryan Mallett - QB - 6-6, 245 - Arkansas - Jr.
Cam Newton - QB - 6-6, 230 - Auburn - Jr.
John Clay - RB - 6-1, 255 - Wisconsin - Jr
Darren Evans - RB - 5-11, 210 - Virginia Tech - Jr
Jamie Harper - RB - 6-0, 230 - Clemson - Jr
Mark Ingram - RB - 5-10, 225 - Alabama - Jr
* Dion Lewis - RB - 5-10, 200 - Pittsburgh - Soph
Stevan Ridley - RB - 5-11, 225 - LSU - Jr
Jacquizz Rodgers - RB - 5-9,180 - Oregon St - Jr
Jordan Todman - RB - 5-9, 195 - UConn - Jr
Shane Vereen - RB - 5-10, 205 - California - Jr
* Ryan Williams - RB - 5-11, 210 - Virginia Tech - Soph
DeAndre Brown - WR - 6-5, 240 - Southern Miss - Jr
Randall Cobb - WR - 5-11, 190 - Kentucky - Jr
Tandon Doss - WR - 6-2, 195 - Indiana - Jr
A.J. Green - WR - 6-4, 220 - Georgia - Jr
* Tori Gurley - WR - 6-5, 230 - South Carolina - Soph
Vidal Hazelton - WR - 6-2, 210 - Cincinnati - Jr
Julio Jones - WR - 6-1, 210 - Alabama - Jr
Torrey Smith - WR - 6-1, 205 - Maryland - Jr
Kyle Rudolph - TE - 6-5, 260 - Notre Dame - Jr
Nick Clayor - OT - 6-6, 290 - Georgia Tech - Jr
Tyron Smith - OT - 6-5, 285 - Southern Cal - Jr

Defensive Players

Da'Quan Bowers - DE - 6-4, 280 - Clemson - Jr
Marcel Dareus - DE - 6-4, 300 - Alabama - Jr
Zane Parr DE - 6-6, 275 - Virginia - Jr
* Aldon Smith DE - 6-5, 250 - Missouri - Soph
J.J. Watt DE - 6-6. 280 - Wisconsin - Jr
Jurrell Casey - DT - 6-0, 305 - Southern Cal - Jr
Nick Fairley - DT - 6-5, 300 - Auburn - Jr.
Lawrence Guy - DT - 6-3, 300 - Arizona St. - Jr
Corey Liuget - DT - 6-3, 300 - Illinois - Jr
Sealver Siliga - DT - 6-3, 300 - Utah - Jr
Muhammad Wilkerson - DT - 6-5, 305 - Temple - Jr
Jerrell Powe - DT - 6-2, 320 - Ole Miss - Jr
Akeem Ayers - LB - 6-4, 255 - UCLA - Jr
Tom Keiser - LB - 6-4, 245 - Stanford - Jr
Matrez Wilson - LB - 6-1, 245 - Illinois - Jr
Brandon Burton - CB - 6-1, 190 - Utah - Jr
Brandon Harris - CB - 5-10, 195 - Miami - Jr
Patrick Peterson - CB - 6-1, 195 - LSU - Jr
Aaron Williams - CB - 6-0, 195 - Texas - Jr
Will Hill - S - 6-0, 190 - Florida - Jr
Rahim Moore - S - 6-1, 210 - UCLA - Jr
Robert Sands - S - 6-0, 220 - West Virginia - Jr
Tyler Sash - S - 6-1, 210 - Iowa - Jr
Jerrard Tarrant - S - 6-0, 210 - Georgia Tech - Jr

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