So all week 2010 NFL draft prospects are practicing for this Saturday’s East-West Shrine game. Of course NFL scouts and personnel men are all over the practices evaluating talent. So here is a look at who is helping their cause, and who is hurting it.
• O’Brien Schofield, OLB, Wisconsin– Most consider him to be the best player on the east, but he played DE in college, and he is impressing people with his ability to play upright. He is also showing his quickness.
• Chris Chancellor, CB, Clemson– He is showing scouts his lack of size isn’t an issue. He is very quick, but he has been beaten a few times.
• Freddie Barnes, WR, Bowling Green– He dropped few passes, but has made a few spectacular grabs as well.
• Alric Arnett, WR, West Virginia– He is way skinny, but has good quickness, and he has caught most of the ball s thrown his way.
• Blair White, WR Michigan State– He can run very smooth routes, and catches the ball naturally
• Andrew Quarless, TE, Penn State– Many are calling him one of the most impressive players on the east team. He looks good in his uniform, and has shown some deceptive speed.
• Andre Anderson, RB, Tulane- He is showing good speed on cuts, and is showing an ability to change direction quickly.
• Max Hall, QB, BYU– Is height is an issue, at just over six feet, and he towers over the other QB’s in this game, however he is showing scouts everything they expect of him. He is showing just enough arm strength to get by.
• Daryll Clark, QB, Penn State– He has shown bad mechanics, terrible accuracy, and poor footwork. So far he has been a train wreck.
• Mike Kafka, QB, Northwestern– He has bad mechanics, a small arm that does not allow him to make all the NFL throws. His deep balls are also floating a bit.
• Todd Reesing, QB, Kansas– Give him a poor grade across the board, poor arm strength, poorer mechanics, and poor accuracy
• Nathan Overbay, TE, Eastern Washington– He needs to work on his release from the snap, and must work on his route running
• Jamar Wall, CB, Texas Tech– He looks slow, and cannot stay with the receivers. For a small guy that is not a good sign. He is allowing receivers to separate and lacks the speed to catch back up to them
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