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- LSU DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo measured 6-foot-4 1/4 and 241 pounds at Saturday's NFL Combine weigh-in.If Mingo seems shorter than expected, it's because he plays very upright on tape and that's among the concerns for him among NFL evaluators. When Mingo makes himself an upright target for offensive linemen, he becomes easier to block. We still suspect the freakishly athletic Mingo will star in Combine workouts.
-League personnel are reportedly not surprised Georgia OLB Jarvis Jones is skipping Combine workouts because he's not expected to "test very well" in the 40-yard dash and vertical leap."Numerous sources" tell NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah that Jones needs extra time to improve his test numbers because his measurable athleticism is unimpressive. Jones is the only player sitting out the Combine despite being 100 percent. It's quite possible his "stock will drop" if he tests poorly at Pro Day.Rotoworld.com:
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MarcusDowdellPartDeux wrote: LOL. I'd really like to be a draft scout with the Saints. Just kick back all day.
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MarcusDowdellPartDeux wrote: Only five picks for the Saints since Ruud moved the 7th to Seattle. LOL. Any compensatory picks? I probably shouldn't even ask. The Saints'll probably lose one more when they HAVE to move up and grab that can't miss player, LOL. I'd really like to be a draft scout with the Saints. Just kick back all day.
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footballfanatic3 wrote: As much as I love LSU, I think I'd rather have Jones...while he may not test as well as mingo will he was a far superior player in college...the guy has been a difference maker since he set foot on Georgia's campus...I've seen far to many workout warriors like Mingo fall flat on their faces in the pros to know that you don't pass on a good solid football player for some freak athlete who really wasn't that dominant of a player in college.
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CANAPANTHERFAN wrote: Ya gotta admit, Mongo struck fear in those who dared encounter him
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LSUFAN44 wrote: CANAPANTHERFAN wrote: Ya gotta admit, Mongo struck fear in those who dared encounter him .....sure,ex LSU's star M-o-ngo will strike fear in the NFL for years to come....yes indeed...
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