Posts Tagged ‘Juron Criner’

Senior Bowl: Day Two South Offense

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

NEPD Staff Writer: Doug Kyed

It was nice to get a chance to see the South practice today on a much cleaner field. The first day of practice was over at a high school stadium that was partially flooded. So far, the South team has looked a lot better than the North, so for players to be standing out, they have to be playing very well. (more…)

In the Film Room: Arizona vs UCLA

Friday, October 21st, 2011

NEPD Staff Writer: Stephen Sheehan

Two teams in flux faced off Thursday night. Well, it was supposed to be two.

Playing for the first time without the fired Mike Stoops, the Arizona Wildcats completely embarrassed the UCLA Bruins on both sides of the ball.


In the Film Room: USC vs Arizona

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

The USC song girls weren't the only thing looking good at the Coliseum this weekend.

NEPD Staff Writer: Stephen Sheehan

Some fantastic 2012 NFL Draft prospects were on display with USC and Arizona facing off in a PAC-12 battle. Here are my thoughts on some of the best performances.


In the Film Room: Stanford vs Arizona

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011
Andrew Luck 2012 NFL Draft

As advertised.

After only two weeks of the NFL season, the mantra “Suck for Luck” has already become reality for some NFL teams.

Here is a look at Luck and the other 2012 NFL Draft prospects in the Stanford vs Arizona game.


In the Film Room: Oklahoma State vs Arizona

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

NEPD Staff Report: Mike Loyko

An intriguing early season out of conference matchup, turned into a one sided affair. Here are the prospects who stood out after reviewing the film.


Juron Criner Scouting Report

Monday, May 24th, 2010

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

Juron Criner NFL Draft

Juron Criner, WR, Arizona

Height: 6’2 1/8″
Weight: 220
Grade: 7.1I (Grading Scale)

Hands: 10 1/8″    Arms: 31 3/8″    Wingspan: 76 1/4″

40: 4.63 Bench: 17 Reps Vert: 38″ Broad: 9’9″ 3-Cone: 7.15

Film Room Notes: vs Stanford, vs USC

Strengths: Elite size – Big play threat – Separates well down the field – Normally runs very crisp routes, doesn’t seem to lose speed coming out of breaks – Good, but not great hands – Positions his body well.

Weaknesses: Will occasionally get lazy and round a route off – Used to shy away from contact at times – Not a terrible blocker, but could improve – Doesn’t have elite game breaking speed – Runs a limited route tree.

Last Updated: October 1st, 2011

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