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  • HorseStance
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    Originally posted by Mat'hir Uth Gan
    If we don't go to the Pro Day, AND we don't bring them in for a personal visit, I'm crossing them off for mock purposes.

    I'm also staying very focused on what positional prospects we are spending time and money scouting. As mentioned earlier, it looks like we may take a FB as we are interested in them, and I'll probably mock one to us in the 6th starting pretty soon once I get a handle on those prospects better. It also looks like with the DuCasse workout and scouting Zane Beadles that we are looking for a swing OT that can also play OG. I think it's only a matter of time before we bring in Newhouse, Ciron Black, and others of that ilk.
    Any chance you could put the personal workouts in this post as well? I'm pretty sure you would have kept a record of them.. because you seem that organised.

    Just think it would be nice to keep it all together too use as a reference..

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  • Mat'hir Uth Gan
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    Originally posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor
    I was thinking about trying to get into BSU's Pro Day to see who is there to watch Kyle, but it's at their indoor practice facility (atleast it has been the last two years), and there's no seating. The space is very limited.

    I don't know if we'll find out for sure wether or not any rep's from the Broncos attend that one.



    I was hoping we would give Taylor Price a look.....

    I think we'll bring in Price. He's about neck and neck with Gilyard, so if we're looking at him, we almost have to look at Price too.

    I'm using this list as a cross-reference type deal. If we don't go to the Pro Day, AND we don't bring them in for a personal visit, I'm crossing them off for mock purposes.

    I'm also staying very focused on what positional prospects we are spending time and money scouting. As mentioned earlier, it looks like we may take a FB as we are interested in them, and I'll probably mock one to us in the 6th starting pretty soon once I get a handle on those prospects better. It also looks like with the DuCasse workout and scouting Zane Beadles that we are looking for a swing OT that can also play OG. I think it's only a matter of time before we bring in Newhouse, Ciron Black, and others of that ilk.

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  • Al Wilson 4 Mayor
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    Originally posted by Mat'hir Uth Gan
    I thought this might be a little fun and insightful. It's hard to get information about exactly what teams go where, but I've researched quite a few of the turnouts. Here's what I have so far, if you have a team that fits either category, post with the link.

    I think the value here is seeing what we are scouting, such as where we've appeared to have looked at a couple potential Fullback prospects, a fair amount of NTs, RBs, and OGs.

    I highlighted the draftable prospects from each team. And I know this isn't all inclusive or definitive. We didn't go to BC's Pro Day, but we did bring in Tennant for a visit. So, there are exceptions.



    Pro Day’s Attended by Denver:

    1. Fresno State (RB Lonyae Miller, RB Ryan Mathews, WR Seyi Ajirotutu)
    2. Virginia (FB Rashawn Jackson, DT Nate Collins, CB Chris Cook)
    3. Tennessee (NT Dan Williams, S Eric Berry, RB Montario Hardesty, OG Chris Scott)
    4. Georgia (NT Jeff Owens, S Reshad Jones, NT Kade Weston, LB Rennie Curran, WR Micheal Moore)
    5. Colorado (Local support)
    6. Auburn (RB Ben Tate, CB Walter McFadden, DE Antonio Coleman)
    7. Oklahoma (DT Gerald McCoy, QB Sam Bradford, OT Trent Williams, CB Domonique Franks, NT DeMarcus Granger)
    8. Utah (OT Zane Beadles, LB Koa Misi, S Robert Johnson)
    9. Alabama (LB Rolando McClain, NT Terrance Cody, CB Kareem Jackson, OG Mike Johnson, DT Brandon Deaderick, CB Javier Arenas)
    10. Florida (QB Tim Tebow, LB Brandon Spikes, DE Carlos Dunlap, TE Aaron Hernandez, CB Joe Haden, S Major Wright, OC Maurkice Pouncey, WR Riley Cooper)
    11. Missouri State (TE/FB Clay Harbor)




    Pro Day’s Not Attended by Denver:

    1. Middle Tennessee State (LB Chris McCoy)
    2. Hillsdale (OT Jared Veldheer)
    3. West Virginia (QB Jarrett Brown, OT Selvish Capers, WR Alric Arnett)
    4. Eastern Michigan (QB Andy Schmitt)
    5. UAB (WR Joe Webb)
    6. Temple (LB Alex Joseph)
    7. Bowling Green (WR Freddie Barnes)
    8. Pittsburgh (TE/WR Dorin ****erson, TE Nate Byham)
    9. Delaware
    10. Toledo (S Barry Church)
    11. Purdue (DT Mike Neal)
    12. Ohio (WR Taylor Price)
    13. Boston College (OC Matt Tennant, LB Mike McLaughlin)
    14. Kentucky (FB John Connor, LB Micah Johnson, CB Trevard Lindley, DT Corey Peters)
    15. Western Michigan (QB Tim Hiller)
    16. Fordham (QB John Skelton)
    17. Indiana (OT Rodger Saffold)
    18. Appalachian State (QB/WR Armanti Edwards)
    19. Louisiana-Lafayette (DE Hall Davis)
    20. Richmond (OG Matt McCracken)
    I was thinking about trying to get into BSU's Pro Day to see who is there to watch Kyle, but it's at their indoor practice facility (atleast it has been the last two years), and there's no seating. The space is very limited.

    I don't know if we'll find out for sure wether or not any rep's from the Broncos attend that one.



    I was hoping we would give Taylor Price a look.....

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  • Pro Days we have Skipped/Attended and For Whom

    I thought this might be a little fun and insightful. It's hard to get information about exactly what teams go where, but I've researched quite a few of the turnouts. Here's what I have so far, if you have a team that fits either category, post with the link.

    I think the value here is seeing what we are scouting, such as where we've appeared to have looked at a couple potential Fullback prospects, a fair amount of NTs, RBs, and OGs.

    I highlighted the draftable prospects from each team. And I know this isn't all inclusive or definitive. We didn't go to BC's Pro Day, but we did bring in Tennant for a visit. So, there are exceptions.



    Pro Day’s Attended by Denver:

    1. Fresno State (RB Lonyae Miller, RB Ryan Mathews, WR Seyi Ajirotutu)
    2. Virginia (FB Rashawn Jackson, DT Nate Collins, CB Chris Cook)
    3. Tennessee (NT Dan Williams, S Eric Berry, RB Montario Hardesty, OG Chris Scott)
    4. Georgia (NT Jeff Owens, S Reshad Jones, NT Kade Weston, LB Rennie Curran, WR Micheal Moore)
    5. Colorado (Local support)
    6. Auburn (RB Ben Tate, CB Walter McFadden, DE Antonio Coleman)
    7. Oklahoma (DT Gerald McCoy, QB Sam Bradford, OT Trent Williams, CB Domonique Franks, NT DeMarcus Granger)
    8. Utah (OT Zane Beadles, LB Koa Misi, S Robert Johnson)
    9. Alabama (LB Rolando McClain, NT Terrance Cody, CB Kareem Jackson, OG Mike Johnson, DT Brandon Deaderick, CB Javier Arenas)
    10. Florida (QB Tim Tebow, LB Brandon Spikes, DE Carlos Dunlap, TE Aaron Hernandez, CB Joe Haden, S Major Wright, OC Maurkice Pouncey, WR Riley Cooper)
    11. Missouri State (TE/FB Clay Harbor)
    12. Louisiana Tech (DT D'Anthony Smith, RB Daniel Porter)
    13. Baylor (OC J.D. Walton, WR David Gettis, LB Joe Pawelek)
    14. Iowa (OT Bryan Bulaga, TE Tony Moeki, LB A.J. Edds, OT Kyle Calloway, CB Amari Spievey).




    Pro Day’s Not Attended by Denver:

    1. Middle Tennessee State (LB Chris McCoy)
    2. Hillsdale (OT Jared Veldheer)
    3. West Virginia (QB Jarrett Brown, OT Selvish Capers, WR Alric Arnett)
    4. Eastern Michigan (QB Andy Schmitt)
    5. UAB (WR Joe Webb)
    6. Temple (LB Alex Joseph)
    7. Bowling Green (WR Freddie Barnes)
    8. Pittsburgh (TE/WR Dorin ****erson, TE Nate Byham)
    9. Delaware
    10. Toledo (S Barry Church)
    11. Purdue (DT Mike Neal)
    12. Ohio (WR Taylor Price)
    13. Boston College (OC Matt Tennant, LB Mike McLaughlin)
    14. Kentucky (FB John Connor, LB Micah Johnson, CB Trevard Lindley, DT Corey Peters)
    15. Western Michigan (QB Tim Hiller)
    16. Fordham (QB John Skelton)
    17. Indiana (OT Rodger Saffold)
    18. Appalachian State (QB/WR Armanti Edwards)
    19. Louisiana-Lafayette (DE Hall Davis)
    20. Richmond (OG Matt McCracken)
    21. Vanderbilt (CB Myron Lewis, OT Thomas Welch)
    Last edited by Mat'hir Uth Gan; 03-22-2010, 09:18 PM.
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