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January 23, 2012 @ 12:30 pm
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Senior Bowl Weigh-In Results

Written by Eric
Dellaratta
Eric Dellaratta

Eric
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How did some of the top NFL Draft prospects measure up at the Senior Bowl Weigh-In? PewterReport.com beat writer Eric Dellaratta delivers the numbers in this article.

Here are the height and weight measurements from the 2012 Senior Bowl National Weigh-In. For those who do not understand how the measurements are taken, here is an explanation. The height is measured in a four-digit number. The first number is feet, the second and third numbers are inches, and the last number is eighths of an inch. For example, if a player is listed at 6025, he would be 6' 2 5/8." The weight is the exact number of the player's weight.

Player - School - Position - Height/Weight
Emmanuel Acho, Texas, WR - 6010/235
Joe Adams, Arkansas, WR - 5104/174
Mike Adams, Ohio State, OL - 6070/323
Antonio Allen, South Carolina, S - 6012/202
Jeff Allen, Illinois, OL - 6040/306
Vick Ballard, Mississippi State, RB - 5101/217
Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette, CB - 5097/176
Jake Bequette, Arkansas, DE - 6044/264
Tony Bergstrom, Utah, OL - 6054/315
Will Blackwell, LSU, OL - 6034/314
Phillip Blake, Baylor, OL - 6023/312
Brandon Boykin, Georgia, CB - 5092/183
Nigel Bradham, Florida State, LB - 6015/237
Mike Brewster, Ohio State, OL - 6042/310
James Brown, Troy, OL - 6034/307
Zach Brown, North Carolina, LB - 6013/236
Randy Bullock, Texas A&M, PK - 5093/207
Drew Butler, Georgia, P - 6011/199
Audie Cole, N.C. State, LB - 6041/248
Quinton Coples, North Carolina, DE - 6056/281
Kirk Cousins, Michigan State, QB - 6022/209
Jack Crawford, Penn State, DE - 6047/268
Juron Criner, Arizona, WR - 6021/220
Vinny Curry, Marshall, DE - 6030/265
Lavonte David, Nebraska, LB - 6004/225
Demario Davis, Arkansas, LB - Late Addition
Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska, CB - 5100/203
Chad Diehl, Clemson, FB - 6014/257
Patrick Edwards, Houston, WR - 5087/168
Michael Egnew, Missouri, TE - 6052/251
Bradie Ewing, Wisconsin, FB - 5115/241
Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma, CB - 5105/202
Donnie Fletcher, Boston College, CB - 6002/201
Nick Foles, Arizona, QB - 6050/244


Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M, WR - 6041/217
Terrance Ganaway, Baylor, RB - 5114/241
Garth Gerhart, Arizona State, OL - 6011/301
Cordy Glenn, Georgia, OL - 6054/346
T.J. Graham, N.C. State, WR - 5113/182
Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M, RB - 5102/198
Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette, TE - 6056/237
Josh Harris, Auburn, DS - 6011/250
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt, CB - 5110/188
Dan Herron, Ohio State, RB - 5092/212
Jaye Howard, Florida, DT - 6030/292
Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts, TE - 6011/245
George Iloka, Boise State, S - 6035/222
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina, DT - 6017/276
Asa Jackson, Cal Poly, CB - 5097/193
Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama, CB - 5096/191
Tony Jerod-Eddie, Texas A&M, DT - 6040/303
Cam Johnson, Virginia, DE - 6036/267
James-Michael Johnson, Nevada, LB - 6011/249
Leonard Johnson, Iowa State, CB - 5097/198
Ben Jones, Georgia, OL - 6025/304
Dwight Jones, North Carolina, WR - 6031/226
Marvin Jones, California, WR - 6017/198
Senio Kelemete, Washington, OL - 6034/300
Ryan Lindley, San Diego State, QB - 6036/229
Brian Linthicum, Michigan State, TE - 6036/249
D'Anton Lynn, Penn State, CB - 5115/205
Doug Martin, Boise State, RB - 5090/ 219
Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State, S - 6006/203
Mike Martin, Michigan, DT - 6012/307
Marquis Maze, Alabama, WR - 5076/184
Shea Mcllenin, Boise State, DE - 6032/248
Matt McCants, UAB, OL - 6055/309
Marvin Mcnutt, Iowa, WR - 6024/216
DeQuan Menzie, Alabama, CB - 5104/195
Kellen Moore, Boise State, QB - 5116/191
Brad Nortman, Wisconsin, P - 6023/207
Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State, OL - 6053/333
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, RB - 5097/193
Deangelo, Peterson LSU, TE - 6027/230
Chris Polk, Washington, RB - 5104/224
DeVier Posey, Ohio State, WR - 6015/209
Tydreke Powell, North Carolina, DT - 6023/309
Brian Quick, Appalachian State, WR - 6034/222
Chris Rainey, Florida, RB - 5083/178
Kheeston Randall, Texas, DT - 6044/279
Kendall Reyes, Connecticut, DT - 6037/300
Gerrell Robinson, Arizona State, WR - 6031/223
Keenan Robinson, Texas, LB - 6031/240
Trenton Robinson, Michigan State, S - 5094/193
Zebrie Sanders, Florida State, OL - 6054/308
Mitchell Schwartz, California, OL - 6051/317
Brad Smelley, Alabama, TE - 6017/233
Harrison Smith, Notre Dame, S - 6016/212
Sean Spence, Miami, LB - 5113/228
Ryan Steed, Furman, CB - 5103/190
Alameda Ta'Amu, Washington, DT - 6024/341
Brandon Taylor, LSU, S - 5111/202
Brandon Thompson, Clemson, DT - 6020/311
Johnnie Troutman, Penn State, OL - 6041/325
Courtney Upshaw, Alabama, LB - 6014/273
William Vlachos, Alabama, OL - 6003/306
Bobby Wagner, Utah State, LB - 6002/241
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, QB - 6034/219
Carson Wiggs, Purdue, PK - 6004/222
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin, QB - 5105/203
Billy Winn, Boise State, DT - 6033/296
Kyle Wojta, Wisconsin, DS - 6014/239
Derek Wolfe, Cincinatti, DT - 6047/286
Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin, OL - 6037/315

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    Upshaw weighs a lot to only be a 6'1" LB. A whole lot. Today's 3-4 OLB's are getting leaner and leaner so I wonder what position they'll play him at for the senior bowl. They may move him to DE. Also, I like QB K. Cousins but he's shorter and lighter than I thought he would be.
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    I just want a coach... Im bummed and getting depressed.....
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    I feel the same way...
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    A/C Service ... its only the height and weight of quite a few draft prospects the Bucs will look at. I guess that meaningless right ?? Maybe the Bucs should just draft a LB that is 6' 222 LBS because his school listed him at 6'2 240LBS ...
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