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posted Jan 27, 2011 20:07:22 by
The players that have hurt themselves are Allen Bailey, Sam Acho and lastly I think Stephen Paea hurt his stock due to getting injured before the draft. Please let me know of the players you think hurt their stock in the senior bowl.
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avatar said Jan 27, 2011 20:11:51
I think the people that hurt themselves the most are Paea and Bailey. They were both listed as first round prospects and due to Paea's injury and Bailey's average play they could both fall to the 2nd round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
matthew.inglese said Jan 28, 2011 23:00:16
I'll agree that Allen Bailey REALLY hurt his stock in the Senior Bowl practices. If he goes in the 1st Round, I will be absolutely shocked. From what I've heard, Jeremy Beal (DE/ Oklahoma) has also had a pretty bad week.

I don't know if Stephen Paea's injury will hurt him too badly. It seems that you're more likely to hurt your stock by laying poorly than to just not be able to perform. Paea still has the opportunity to heal before the Combine, when he can hurt/ help his status with raw stats. Even if he can't try-out at the Combine, Paea probably won't drop too far.
avatar said Jan 29, 2011 01:51:28
I think that you are correct about Stephen Paea. However, I think that he has some skeptics because of his size and not spectacular play this year in the first place. I think he is still a first round prospect but I think he could fall to the later half of the 2011 NFL Draft. I currently have him going in the top 10 but I think unless he comes back and shows his skills at the Scouting Combine that he will definitely fall to the late first round.
matthew.inglese said Jan 30, 2011 16:24:53
Here's some guys (after the Senior Bowl game), that I'm going to add to the list of player that hurt their stock.

Vincent Brown- WR/ SDSU: He had a great week of practice and looked outstanding... until the game. He had a couple of drops and showed nothing in the game to warrant his rising stock.

Jalil Brown- CB/ Colorado: Looked awful in this game. He was beaten deep and just couldn't defend the short pass. He's a press guy, but didn't show that he could also show variety (see Kendrick Burney in Stock Up).

'The Big 3 OTs': Gabe Carimi may have hurt himself the least by getting the DNP (ankle). Nate Solder and Anthony Costonzo were called out several times for missing blocks, showing bad (read: no) foot movement, and just overall sloppy play.

DeMarcus Love- OL/ Arkansas: Managed to handcuff himself into Guard after having Ryan Kerrigan blow right by him on several occasions. Can NOT handle a speed rusher.

Noel Devine- RB/ West Virginia: Home run hitter that showed nothing in the game. His lone touchdown is greatly attributed to Derrick Sherrod. In limited carries, he was stuffed several times (3 on the goal-line) and still managed to put the ball on the ground twice.

Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff- Yes, I'm adding the Bengals coaches to this list. The North team had the more talented guys, but they were just flat out bad. They were sloppy, seemed unmotivated, and just plain not ready to play in this game. No wonder why all of their offensive players are abandoning ship. I just feel sorry for any Bengals fans, because this franchise doesn't know what it's doing.

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