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2022 Senior Bowl February 5


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QUARTERBACK

  • Sam Howell, North Carolina
  • Malik Willis, Liberty
  • Bailey Zappe, Western Kentucky

RUNNING BACK

  • James Cook, Georgia
  • Hassan Haskins, Michigan
  • Brian Robinson Jr., Alabama
  • Abram Smith, Baylor

WIDE RECEIVER

  • Romeo Doubs, Nevada
  • Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama

TIGHT END

  • Charlie Kolar, Iowa State
  • Trey McBride, Colorado State

OFFENSIVE LINE

  • Ed Ingram, LSU
  • Zion Johnson, Boston College
  • Darian Kinnard, Kentucky
  • Abraham Lucas, Washington State
  • Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa
  • Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan
  • Justin Shaffer, Georgia
  • Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech

LINEBACKER

  • Troy Andersen, Montana State
  • Darrian Beavers, Cincinnati
  • Damone Clark, LSU
  • Devin Lloyd, Utah
  • Chad Muma, Wyoming
  • Channing Tindall, Georgia

CORNERBACK

  • Coby Bryant, Cincinnati
  • Tariq Castro-Fields, Penn State
  • Derion Kendrick, Georgia
  • Roger McCreary, Auburn

SAFETY

  • Jaquan Brisker, Penn State
  • Jalen Pitre, Baylor

I hope this SB doesn’t disappoint. Can’t wait to see this game and especially looking forward to watching these guys. 

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47 minutes ago, turtle28 said:

To me there’s zero difference between 6’ & 6’1 when you’re playing behind 6’3 to 6’6 OL.

Now when you get to talking about 6’3 and taller that makes a difference.

I think there’s a point that’s just plain “tall enough,” which probably is 6’3. 

And then I think every bit that you deviate down from there matters. Is there a major difference between 6’0 and 6’1? Of course not. But there is a difference, and it would be nice to be on the upper end of that gap than the lower end. 

It puts a little more pressure on Howell’s ability to be mobile, including within the passing game (I.e., moving within the pocket and being able to make throws from outside it). That’s critical when you’re a genuinely short QB, which he evidently is.

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Some quick thoughts on the measurements:

QB Malik Willis, QB Sam Howell - Probably not first rounders, we'll see how they play in the game

OL Darian Kinnard - Would not mind  him replacing Brandon Scherff at all. Good chance he doesn't make it to our second round draft pick. Some of the largest hands ever. 

QB Desmond Ridder - Apparent that he needs to put on weight from his game-tape but he's a little smaller than listed, which wasn't much. Great hand size though/ 

LB Chad Muma - Prototypical size. 

QB Kenny Pickett- What on earth? You can almost conclude what his hand size will be from his arm measurement though. 

 

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7 minutes ago, turtle28 said:

All I see is a bunch of #s, Jim really could’ve broken those #s down better.

What’s the 3rd, 4th & 5th categories?

 

Thanks for clearing that up ! Ridder got some big hands !

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