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Senior Bowl Day 3: South Defense Report

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

NEPD Staff Writer: Doug Kyed

Day three of the Senior Bowl practices have concluded here and I just got back from the South practice. I took a look at the defense today for the south and here are some of my practice notes.

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2012 Senior Bowl: Audio Interviews

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

2012 Senior Bowl

Senior Bowl Headquarters

Mike Loyko was fortunate to get to talk to a bunch of the Senior Bowl players during Media Night.

Mike stated that George Iloka (S, Boise State) came off as very “football savvy” – listen to them all and tell us what you think.


In the Film Room: North Carolina vs Clemson

Monday, October 24th, 2011
Quinton Coples NFL Draft Prospect

Quinton Coples' skills were no laughing matter.

In a game filled with huge plays, mainly by true freshman Sammy Watkins, the huge 2012 NFL Draft prospects for Clemson and North Carolina didn’t disappoint.

Here is how they performed.

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Zach Brown Scouting Report

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

QB / RB / WR / TE / OT / OG / OC / DT / DE / OLB / ILB / CB / SS

Zach Brown NFL Draft

Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina (Junior)
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 244
Grade: 7.4 (Grading Scale)

Film Room Notes: vs Clemson, vs Miami

Hands: 9 1/2″ Arms: 33 1’4″

40: 4.44 Bench: N/A Vert: 33 1/2″ Broad: 9’8″ 3-Cone: N/A

Strengths: Incredible speed, could run in the low 4.4′s – Ideal fit as a 4-3 Will, especially in a Tampa 2 system – Elite athleticism allows him to make plays all over the field – Reacts very quickly to the play developing, closes on the ball very quickly – Could immediately be a special teams star – Should be able to run with and cover most TE’s – Has some good zone coverage skills as well, good awareness of the QB’s eyes and players in his zone – Has become much more productive this year – Team Captain.

Weaknesses: Stays blocked far too often when caught inside – Could add some more bulk, but not too much – Gets a bit overextended when trying to re-direct at the line of scrimmage and will lose his balance – Still room for improvement diagnosing plays, but he has improved greatly as a senior – Has a tendency to over-pursue at times.

Last Updated: March 4, 2012







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