NFL Draft Profile: Austin Seferian Jenkins

Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE, Washington 6’6” 266 lb. Pros -AS-F is a moveable piece that saw a lot of time at both TE and WR. -AS-F had a very productive 2012, he had 69 rec, 852 yards, and 7 TDs year and really built upon an already impressive freshman year. -AS-F is a very good deep threat option, his size and smooth routes seem to trick opposing DBs -Has good awareness with the QB. Constantly has to adapt to Simply tummy but cialis...

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NFL Draft Profile: Colt Lyerla

Colt Lyerla TE, Oregon 6’5” 238 lb. Pros -Colt Lyerla had the benefit of playing in a Chip Kelly offense with a very good quarterback prospect, but he is much more than a product of just a clever offense. -Lyerla is a great blocker for his frame, off the cuff he reminds me of Coby Fleener in his ability to get inside defenders and combine good technique with a hot motor is fun to watch from a TE. -Lyerla has seen snaps at RB and that...

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Lane Johnson NFL Draft Profile

Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma 6’6” 303 lb. Summary: Off the cuff, Lane Johnson reminds me of a shorter Nate Solder that plays with better leverage. His talent probably only warrants a pick in the 20-32 range, but his positional value in a weak class could push him into the top 10. Grade: Top 20 Pros - Really quick feet, especially for an NFL sized OT. - Rides defenders past their landmarks and forces them to overrun when pass rushing. -...

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Sam Montgomery NFL Draft Profile

Sam Montgomery, DE LSU 6’3” 262 lb. Summary: Though he didn’t live up to the gaudy numbers he put up in 2011, Montgomery was asked to contain the QB and RB a lot more often than most Des. He has the strength to play LDE in a 4-3 scheme and will be immediately able to start on first and second down but he still needs polish as a rusher. Grade: Early 2nd-Late 2nd Pros - Very good at holding blocks and controlling the edge. - Rarely ends...

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Kenny Vaccaro NFL Draft Profile

Kenny Vaccaro Safety, Texas 6’0” 210 lb. Summary: An excellent headliner to a deep safety class. Vaccaro combines a blend of athleticism with a high football IQ. Some think that Matt Elam is a contender for the top spot, but I think that Vaccaro is a rare safety and that he is the best safety since Eric Berry that I have graded. Pros - Versatile S/CB combo that can fill a multitude of roles. - Quick and athletic with impressive...

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