Some Interesting Last Day Combine Numbers

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  1. Boomer

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    Just some odd bits of interest.

    Auburn's Carlos Rodgers ripped off a 4.35 forty. Josh Bullocks ran a 4.53. Sean Considine went better and recorded a 4.49. Ernest Shazor was 6'3, 228, Fincher the UCONN LB we spent so much time with ran a 4.71. One of my fave LB's Lance Mitchell ran a 4.86 and Odell Thurman, another fave ran a 4.63.

    That probably concludes Boomer at the Combine for 2005. Hope u enjoyed it ladies and remember. Keep Smiling in South Carolina. :tongue:
     
  2. Buddwalk

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    boomer if ya know what did Ernest Shazor run in the 40?...I love the kids size and hes a playmaker that could fall to the 3rd round
     
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    wow at rogers running that quick, that'll help him at CB...

    josh bullocks in the 3rd!
     
  4. Boomer

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    He didn't run.

    ASU'S Chris McKenzie ran a 4.31 and then did a 45 inch vertical, whilst Fabian Washington a likely 2nd rounder ripped a 4.31 as well. NC safety Gerald Sensabaugh who I like did a 46 inch vertical.
     
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    46 inches jeesh thats niice!...I member a couple years ago boss baily did a 48 inches leap and he is playing linebacker thats impressive!

    4.31 for Fabian Washington really helps him...I know he said he was gonna run it under 4.5 and that really is definitely under 4.5! I liked the guy at nebraska and i think he has almost more upside than any corner in this draft
     
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    Thanks Boomer for all your hard work we've really all enjoyed it. :D
     
  7. fishypete

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    Boomer...Johnson's offical time was a 4.65 right? At least thats what NFL network is posting as his offical time.
     
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    Thanks for the imputs Simon, tell your friend in the media that we all apreciated his messages to you. Keep up the great work, and boy...we cant wait for your mock draft!!
     
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    if your talking bout Derrick Johnson he ran a 4.58 as his lowest
     
  10. Boomer

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    Something like that yeah.
     
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    Derrick Johnson's offical time was 4.65....there's no other offical time.
     
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    Yeah, I like the way Sensabaugh worked out too, what round do you see him going Boomer? Also, did you here that statement by Kiper that he thinks McPherson should anticipate coming off the board in the 5th or 6th round area? I was surprised by that. If its true, I would be happy with taking him in the 5th to be a long term project.
     

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