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Clemson versus Colorado-Watch the Clemson players in the future especially that young defense.

Clemson

Tye Hill CB 5'10 180-Did not see much from him because of the poor passing game by Colorado and pressure by his front 7. Did bite on a trick play and commit a penalty, but that was smarter than the TD that was about to happen. Elite speed who is considered a possible 1st rounder.

Charlie Whitehurst QB 6'4 225-has the tools, size, arm, mobility, but really has not consistently put it all together. In this game, team moved the ball but did not score touchdowns until the 2nd half. When I watched him a saw the talent, but gives off a something is missing vibe. 3rd or 4th rounder.

Charles Bennett DE 6'4 255- pressured the QB consistently. Is in the size/speed ratio of a 3-4 LB. Thinking in the middle round area.

Future Watch: James Davis RB 6'0 210- has nice build showing speed and power in this game.

Colorado-

Joel Klatt QB 6'1 210- injuried, late round/FA tough guy type.

Joel Klopfenstein TE 6'6 245-dropped one pass. The back-up QB did not do a good job of giving him much a chance. Seems like a pass catcher more than a blocker, but is not a dynamic run after catch athlete despite good report speed. 2nd day type.

Lawrence Vickers FB 6'2 235- a player that I have seen a bit. Does a lot of things blocks , catches some and I believe plays on special teams. A top prospect at his position, but that still probably makes him a 4th or 5th rounder.

Quinn Sypniewski TE 6'6 245- benefitted when Colorado changed QB and made a couple of catches including a short TD. Has had major injuries in the past, but is a decent on the line Blocker as a TE. Hands OK but not athletic. Late rounder.

Mason Crosby K (jr) considered an elite kicking prospect. Enough of one where he is legitimately considering coming out as junior.

 
Of the players in this game the following have been invited to the combine for further examination.Whitehurst-- I agree with your assessment. Nice tools, something's missing.Charles Bennett-- Agree again, but his actual measureables will make or break him.Klopfenstein-- I think TEs are the hardest to scout with limited viewing. His hands and speed could make him a first day prospect, but slipping to the beginning of the second day won't be surprising (and I think he's nice value to the right team). He may need a situation like Putzier, where a bigger better run blocker starts and he comes in on specific pass plays and 2 TE sets. Tye Hill-- I think his value is steadily on the rise partially because there are few true corners in this draft. He showed good instincts in run support, and his coverage skills are very solid. Brian Iwuh (S COL)-- He's really been under the radar all year because his reported speed is 4.6ish. He is a very heavy hitter in at 220 pounds and a solid ball hawk. It's no surprise he made the "short list" to attend the combine, and a fast 40 will move him way up draft boards. Big hitters at SS are not as common as they were a few years ago, and they are difference makers at the next level. After the top 3 or 4 safeties there's 20 who need to be sorted out. Iwuh is a good football player who despite the speed concern is always around the ball and when he doesn't make sure tackles, he jacks someone up. It's likely that only one other prospect at safety hits as hard.

 
Of the players in this game the following have been invited to the combine for further examination.

Whitehurst-- I agree with your assessment. Nice tools, something's missing.

Charles Bennett-- Agree again, but his actual measureables will make or break him.

Klopfenstein-- I think TEs are the hardest to scout with limited viewing. His hands and speed could make him a first day prospect, but slipping to the beginning of the second day won't be surprising (and I think he's nice value to the right team). He may need a situation like Putzier, where a bigger better run blocker starts and he comes in on specific pass plays and 2 TE sets.

Tye Hill-- I think his value is steadily on the rise partially because there are few true corners in this draft. He showed good instincts in run support, and his coverage skills are very solid.

Brian Iwuh (S COL)-- He's really been under the radar all year because his reported speed is 4.6ish. He is a very heavy hitter in at 220 pounds and a solid ball hawk. It's no surprise he made the "short list" to attend the combine, and a fast 40 will move him way up draft boards. Big hitters at SS are not as common as they were a few years ago, and they are difference makers at the next level. After the top 3 or 4 safeties there's 20 who need to be sorted out. Iwuh is a good football player who despite the speed concern is always around the ball and when he doesn't make sure tackles, he jacks someone up. It's likely that only one other prospect at safety hits as hard.
Do you have a link to the combine invitation list?
 
Do you have a link to the combine invitation list?
It was emailed to me:
QuarterbacksBrett Basanez, NorthwesternKellen Clemens, OregonBrodie Croyle, AlabamaJay Cutler, VanderbiltBruce Eugene, GramblingBruce Gradkowski, ToledoDarrell Hackney, U.A.B.Tavaris Jackson, Alabama St.Matt Leinart, USCTravis Lulay, Montana St.Ingle Martin, FurmanReggie McNeal, Texas A&MErik Meyer, Eastern WashingtonDrew Olson, U.C.L.A.Paul Pinegar, Fresno St.Michael Robinson, Penn St.D.J. Shockley, GeorgiaBrad Smith, MissouriCharlie WhitehurstRunning BacksJoseph Addai, L.S.U.Mike Bell, ArizonaP.J. Daniels, Georgia TechQuinton Ganther, UtahRyan Gilbert, HoustonAndre Hall, South FloridaJerome Harrison, Washington St.Taurean Henderson, Texas TechCedric Humes, Virginia TechDavid Irons, AuburnWali Lundy, VirginiaWendell Mathis, Fresno St.DonTrell Moore, New MexicoJerious Norwood, Mississippi St.Gerald Riggs Jr., TennesseeCory Ross, NebraskaDerrick Ross, Tarleton St.Leon Washington, Florida St.Terrence Whitehead, OregonDeAngelo Williams, MemphisFullbacksMatt Bernstein, WisconsinDavid Kirtman, USCNaufahu Tahi, B.Y.U.Lawrence VickersWide ReceiversDavid Anderson, Colorado St.Devin Aromashodu, AuburnMiles Austin, MonmouthJason Avant, MichiganHank Baskett, New MexicoDamarius Bilbo, Georgia TechJovon Bouknight, WyomingJason Carter, Texas A&MMarques Colston, HofstraSkyler Green, L.S.U.Derek Hagan, Arizona St.Chris Hannon, TennesseeMike Hass, Oregon St.Ed Hinkel, IowaGreg Jennings, Western MichiganAdam Jennings, Fresno St.Sinorice Moss, Miami (FL)Martin Nance, Miami (OH)Ben Obomanu, AuburnJonathan Orr, WisconsinWillie Reid, Florida St.Richie Ross, Nebraska-KearneyClinton Solomon, IowaMaurice Stovall, Notre DameHubert Walker, Central Missouri St.Todd Watkins, B.Y.U.Jeff Webb, San Diego St.Demetrius Williams, OregonBrandon Williams, WisconsinTravis Wilson, OklahomaTight EndsTroy Bienemann, Washington St.Dominique Byrd, USCOwen Daniels, WisconsinCharles Davis, PurdueTim Day, OregonDaniel Fells, Cal-DavisJeff King, Virginia TechJoe Klopfenstein, ColoradoMarcedes Lewis, U.C.L.A.Tim Massaquoi, MichiganGarrett Mills, TulsaAnthony Mix, AuburnJeff Mullins, MarshallJason Pociask, WisconsinTony Scheffler, Western MichiganBoone Stutz, Texas A&MQuinn Sypniewski, ColoradoGavin Tarquinio, Georgia TechDavid Thomas, TexasCooper Wallace, AuburnT.J. Williams, North Carolina St.Offensive TacklesBrad Butler, VirginiaRashad Butler, Miami (FL)Jeromey Clary, Kansas St.Daryn Colledge, Boise St.Jahri Evans, Bloomsburg St.D'Brickashaw Ferguson, VirginiaTaitusi Lutui, USCJimmy Martin, Virginia TechMarcus McNeill, AuburnPaul McQuistan, Weber St.Ryan O'Callaghan, CaliforniaQuinn Ojinnaka, SyracuseDonald Penn, Utah St.Terrence Pennington, New MexicoTroy Reddick, AuburnDennis Roland, GeorgiaJonathan Scott, TexasIsaac Sowells, IndianaAdam Stenavich, MichiganZach Strief, NorthwesternJoe Toledo, WashingtonMichael Toudouze, T.C.U.Jeremy Trueblood, Boston CollegeStefon Wheeler, Michigan St.Guy Whimper, East CarolinaE.J. Whitley, Texas TechAndrew Whitworth, L.S.U.Eric Winston, Miami (FL)Offensive GuardsKevin Boothe, CornellChris Chester, OklahomaMax-Jean Gilles, GeorgiaDavin Joseph, OklahomaChris Kuper, North DakotaRobin Meadow, WashingtonMark Setterstrom, MinnesotaRob Sims, Ohio St.Charles Spencer, PittsburghJason Spitz, LouisvilleDan Stevenson, Notre DameTony Tella, Miami (FL)CentersRyan Cook, New MexicoMike Degory, FloridaGreg Eslinger, MinnesotaNick Mangold, Ohio St.Will Montgomery, Virginia TechMarvin Philip, CaliforniaDonovan Raiola, WisconsinPat Ross, Boston College Defensive EndsDarrell Adams, VillanovaVictor Adeyanju, IndianaMark Anderson, AlabamaCharles Bennett, ClemsonCopeland Bryan, ArizonaChris Gocong, Cal-PolyTamba Hali, Penn St.Parys Haralson, TennesseeJason Hatcher, GramblingEric Henderson, Georgia TechJulian Jenkins, StanfordCharlton Keith, KansasMathias Kiwanuka, Boston CollegeMike Kudla, Ohio St.Ryan LaCasse, SyracuseManny Lawson, North Carolina St.Jeremy Mincey, FloridaJavon Nanton, Miami (FL)Rob Ninkovich, PurdueMatthew Rice, Penn St.Frostee Rucker, USCDarryl Tapp, Virginia TechKamerion Wimbley, Florida St.James Wyche, SyracuseDefensive TacklesTitus Adams, NebraskaSir Henry Anderson, Oregon St.McKinley Boykin, Ole MissManaia Brown, B.Y.U.Brodrick Bunkley, Florida St.Barry Cofield, NorthwesternKader Drame, SyracuseDusty Dvoracek, OklahomaKedric Golston, GeorgiaMarcus Green, Ohio St.Orien Harris, Miami (FL)Tommy Jackson, AuburnJohnny Jolly, Texas A&MJonathan Lewis, Virginia TechJesse Mahelona, TennesseeMelvin Oliver, L.S.U.Babatunde Oshinowo, StanfordDomata Peko, Michigan St.Le Kevin Smith, NebraskaMontavious Stanley, LouisvilleGabe Watson, MichiganKyle Williams, L.S.U.Rodrique Wright, TexasClaude Wroten, L.S.U.Outside LinebackersJon Alston, StanfordJames Anderson, Virginia TechBobby Carpenter, Ohio St.Will Derting, Washington St.Elvis Dumervil, LouisvilleKeith Ellison, Oregon St.Omar Gaither, TennesseeChad Greenway, IowaSpencer Havner, U.C.L.A.A.J. Hawk, Ohio St.Thomas Howard, U.T.E.P.Clint Ingram, OklahomaBrandon Johnson, LouisvilleFreddie Keiaho, San Diego St.William Kershaw, MarylandRoger McIntosh, Miami (FL)Terna Nande, Miami (OH)A.J. Nicholson, Florida St.DeMeco Ryans, AlabamaCameron Vaughn, L.S.U.Gerris Wilkinson, Georgia TechJamar Williams, Arizona St.Antarrious Williams, AuburnInside LinebackersTrent Bray, Oregon St.Tim Dobbins, Iowa St.Abdul Hodge, IowaOliver Hoyte, North Carolina St.D'Qwell Jackson, MarylandTim McGarigle, NorthwesternFreddie Roach, AlabamaDale Robinson, Arizona St.Anthony Schlegel, Ohio St.Kevin Simon, TennesseeLeon Williams, Miami (FL)CornerbacksWill Blackmon, Boston CollegeCedric Griffin, TexasTye Hill, ClemsonReuben Houston, Georgia TechDarrell Hunter, Miami (OH)Kelly Jennings, Miami (FL)Tim Jennings, GeorgiaJosh Lay, PittsburghAntonio Malone, ToledoMarcus Maxey, Miami (FL)Alton McCann, West VirginiaGerrick McPhearson, MarylandDeMario Minter, GeorgiaKhalid Naziruddin, Texas TechChikioke Onyengecha, OklahomaAnwar Phillips, Penn St.David Pittman, Northwestern St.Willie Smith, MarshallJohn Walker, USCJustin Wyatt, USCAlan Zemaitis, Penn St.SafetiesJason Allen, TennesseeWillie Andrews, BaylorAntoine Bethea, HowardGreg Blue, GeorgiaDarrell Brooks, ArizonaDaniel Bullocks, NebraskaMarcus Demps, San Diego St.Reed Doughty, Northern ColoradoRoman Harper, AlabamaChris Harrell, Penn St.Jarvis Herring, FloridaMarcus Hudson, North Carolina St.Michael Huff, TexasBrian Iwuh, ColoradoDawan Landry, Georgia TechCalvin Lowry, Penn St.Vincent Meeks, Texas TechCharlie Peprah, AlabamaNate Salley, Ohio St.Dwayne Slay, Texas TechAnthony Smith, SyracuseEric Smith, Michigan St.Scott Ware, USCPat Watkins, Florida St.Jimmy Williams, Virginia TechKickers / PuntersDanny Baugher, ArizonaJosh Huston, Ohio St.David Lonie, CaliforniaTom Malone, USCThomas Olmstead, Troy St.Sam Paulescu, Oregon St.Ryan Plackemeier, Wake ForestJon Scifres, Missouri St.Joel Steely, Louisiana-MonroeJohn Torp, ColoradoSteve Weatherford, Illinoiseta: This does not yet include underclassmen whether they have declared or not. I guess the process starts with NFL personnel requests for these invites. Some space is deliberately left for underclassmen. RSVPs determine if more invites will be sent out, as does all-star practice weeks and game performances.eta again: Because now there is a link. Combine Invites to date

 
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Thanks, CC - good info. I'll have to start digging up some info on some of the possible late-round RBs on that list.

 
EDIT because I'm an idiot...Does Sinorice Moss go by a different name?

 
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EDIT because I'm an idiot...

Does Sinorice Moss go by a different name?
They are brothers. Sinorice has very similar measureables, but he hasn't consistently made the crazy plays Santana was making.
 

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