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#30 : January 24, 2011, 08:32:34 PM

on Scott Wright's site his note about Beal's body was:  very average with little tone and a big butt.


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#31 : January 24, 2011, 08:43:02 PM

sam acho's arms lost 2 inches on scott wrights page.  that stinks for him.

yeah I saw that.  I was going by what was listed on the  draftinsiders site.   33 5/8" is probably right.  still pretty long for a guy only 6'1".


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#32 : January 24, 2011, 09:04:56 PM

Jeremy Beal   DL   Oklahoma   6023   268   33   10
Monday Practice Notes: Ineffective.  Looks athletic but just got rag dolled every play/drill and constantly driven off the line.


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#33 : January 24, 2011, 09:07:26 PM

Ryan Kerrigan   DL   Purdue   6037   255   33    9 5/8
Monday Practice Notes: Up and down.  Once he got a step on a opponents he was impossible to stop.  Then again if a defender got his hand on them Kerrigan struggled getting off blocks.


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#34 : January 24, 2011, 09:21:04 PM

on Scott Wright's site his note about Beal's body was:  very average with little tone and a big butt.

This is gonna sound gay....but I look for prospects with big butts.  :o

No really. A lot of folks see a dude that has an upper body like the Rock and they think he's a stud. The truth is a chiseled upper body doesn't do much for you in football, other than get you commercials. It's the guys with the big thighs and butts that usually end up being great football players. Your thighs and butt is where your core strength comes from. I think it's important in RBs and linemen most of all. So yeah....I like big butts and I cannot lie.  :D


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#35 : January 24, 2011, 09:25:24 PM

Jeremy Beal   DL   Oklahoma   6023   268   33   10
Monday Practice Notes: Ineffective.  Looks athletic but just got rag dolled every play/drill and constantly driven off the line.

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In 1-on-1 run blocking drills, Wisconsin's Gabe Carimi went head-to=head with Oklahoma DL Jeremy Beal. Beal looks to win with his initial quickness, but Carimi recovers and drives Beal out. Carimi just had too much power for Beal.

I'd love to get Carimi and Beal and then we could watch them go at it in practice all the time!
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#36 : January 25, 2011, 12:09:25 AM

Beal didn't look as good as I expected today. More to come in the Insider article shortly.

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#37 : January 25, 2011, 12:11:10 AM

Yeah that sucks. Every site I have visited today has had something negative to say about Beal. Maybe he'll have a better day tomorrow.


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#38 : January 25, 2011, 12:01:25 PM

Here are a few more notes from Monday's national scouting weigh in.


Five tallest players
Nate Solder, OL, Colorado, 6-8
Gabe Carimi, OL, Wisconsin, 6-7⅛
Anthony Castonzo, OL, Boston College, 6-7⅛
James Brewer, OL, Indiana, 6-6
Marcus Gilbert, OL, Florida, 6-6

Five shortest players
Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia, 5-7
Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State, 5-7
Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky, 5-8⅛
Kendric Burney, DB, North Carolina, 5-9
Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU, 5-9

Five heaviest players
Phil Taylor, DL, Baylor, 337 pounds
Marcus Gilbert, OL, Florida, 329 pounds
James Brewer, OL, Indiana, 323 pounds
Demarcus Love, OL, Arkansas, 318 pounds
Lee Ziemba, OL, Auburn, 317 pounds

Five lightest players
Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia, 160 pounds
Demarcus Van Dyke, DB, Miami, 168 pounds
Josh Jasper, K, LSU, 173 pounds
Titus Young, WR, Boise State, 174 pounds
Alex Henery, P, Nebraska, 178 pounds

Five biggest hands
Cameron Jordan, DL, California, 11 inches
Derek Sherrod, OL, Mississippi State, 11 inches
Chris Neild, DL, West Virginia, 11 inches
Sione Fua, DL, Stanford, 10 inches
Phil Taylor, DL, Baylor, 10 inches

Five smallest hands
Josh Jasper, K, LSU, 8 inches
Johnny Patrick, DB, Louisville, 8⅜ inches
Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia, 8 inches
Alex Henery, P, Nebraska, 8 inches
Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon, 8 inches

Five longest arms
Derek Sherrod, OL, Mississippi State, 35 inches
Pierre Allen, DL, Gabe Carimi, OL, Wisconsin, 35 inches
Anthony Castonzo, OL, Boston College, 35 inches
Nebraska, 35⅜ inches
James Brewer, OL, Indiana, 35⅜ inches

Five shortest arms
Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky, 29 inches
Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia, 29 inches
Kendric Burney, DB, North Carolina, 29 inches
Ahmad Black, DB, Florida, 29 inches
Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami, 30 inches

Five longest wingspans
Derek Sherrod, OL, Mississippi State, 83⅞ inches
Gabe Carimi, OL, Wisconsin, 83 inches
Pierre Allen, DL, Nebraska, 83 inches
Demarcus Love, OL, Arkansas, 82⅞ inches
James Brewer, OL, Indiana, 82⅝ inches

Five shortest wingspans
Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia, 70 inches
Kendric Burney, DB, North Carolina, 70 inches
Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky, 71⅝ inches
Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU, 72 inches
Josh Jasper, K, LSU, 72⅛ inches


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#39 : January 25, 2011, 05:25:48 PM

Tuesday Practice Notes: Beal continued to be underwhelming against the run but displayed his quickness in pass rush situations. He bent the edge and used underneath rip moves agianst taller offensive tackles. He has a good first step, but does get lost in blocks if the lineman do maintain contact.


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#40 : January 25, 2011, 07:56:51 PM

I would be okay with Noel Devine.  If he can gain 5-10 pounds, he's Dexter McCluster's size essentially.. nothing wrong with that.  I'm not saying we take him early but he's worth a late round pick if he's available.

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#41 : January 25, 2011, 07:59:04 PM

I'd take a 160lbs guy no earlier than round 6, but that's just me.


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#42 : January 25, 2011, 10:35:57 PM

I would be okay with Noel Devine.  If he can gain 5-10 pounds, he's Dexter McCluster's size essentially.. nothing wrong with that.  I'm not saying we take him early but he's worth a late round pick if he's available.

I admit i was a huge McCluster fan (though I think he went way early) but the truth is that McCluster didn't play  well this year. He was decent as a returner while splitting returns but was a nonfactor on offense. He really doesn't have the size to be an effective player on O.

Devine is like HS football sized.

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#43 : January 25, 2011, 11:09:55 PM

The Devine thing doesn't bother me that much. I'd take him either in the 5th round or later. I mean his small size means he won't be a 25 carry RB but we just need him to be a speed back and KR/PR, so the weight doesn't change the evaluation that much

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#44 : January 26, 2011, 07:05:40 AM

I would be okay with Noel Devine.  If he can gain 5-10 pounds, he's Dexter McCluster's size essentially.. nothing wrong with that.  I'm not saying we take him early but he's worth a late round pick if he's available.

I admit i was a huge McCluster fan (though I think he went way early) but the truth is that McCluster didn't play  well this year. He was decent as a returner while splitting returns but was a nonfactor on offense. He really doesn't have the size to be an effective player on O.

Devine is like HS football sized.
Yeah for a 2nd round pick McCluster was pretty underwhelming and unlike a player like Benn doesn't have much of an upside to get better. I knew he was really overdrafted.

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