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  • Ok, I'm seeing that we are looking at some returners.

    Glancing at the page linked above, the author points out the guys we are looking at for returners are all short wide-outs and have very fast 3-cone drill times.

    Correct me, but the 3-cone is a measure of the ability to change direction at speed, correct?
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  • Sweet. My friend's brother is one of the QBs trying out, Jake Mullin. I hope he gets a training camp invite. Fingers crossed!
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  • Good to see 6-2.5 CB/S Jim Noel from Boston College on the tryout list. He's a good player, and could definitely earn an training camp spot with a good impression this weekend. He's also the older brother of Nerlens Noel, the likely #1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA draft from Kentucky.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:Would not be surprised at all to see Zach Brown take the kicking job away from Hauschka.

    http://goviks.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=815


    I went to middle school with this guy. Didn't know him personally but he was a 3 sport athlete.
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    JSeahawks wrote:Would not be surprised at all to see Zach Brown take the kicking job away from Hauschka.

    http://goviks.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=815


    I went to middle school with this guy. Didn't know him personally but he was a 3 sport athlete.



    I'd guess 99% of kickers play soccer, and seeing as he's 6'0 with a 34 inch vert I'm guessing he played B-ball
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  • I watched Justin Veltung video on you tube... First his Puyallup HS days and then his U of I days! I'd say he has the best chance of all the UDFA WR's. Has a vertical of 42.5" - broad jump of 10' 9". Ran a 4.39 at HS Combine and a 4.37 on his second of three runs at his pro day. Check him out. He also jumps a 56" on you tube... impressive to say the least.
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  • HoustonHawk82 wrote:Correct me, but the 3-cone is a measure of the ability to change direction at speed, correct?

    Correctamundo. Indeed it is. :th2thumbs:
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  • JSeahawks wrote:Would not be surprised at all to see Zach Brown take the kicking job away from Hauschka.

    http://goviks.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=815


    Me either... I've been aware of him for about 4 years now, being a fan of the Big Sky. Dude has range and consistency.
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  • nanabot wrote:I watched Justin Veltung video on you tube... First his Puyallup HS days and then his U of I days! I'd say he has the best chance of all the UDFA WR's. Has a vertical of 42.5" - broad jump of 10' 9". Ran a 4.39 at HS Combine and a 4.37 on his second of three runs at his pro day. Check him out. He also jumps a 56" on you tube... impressive to say the least.


    The problem with Veltung-- As a Vandal Fan I've seen him for several years. He's injury prone. He never played a complete 12 games in college. He's wicked fast and shifty. But his actual play never lived up to his physical gifts.

    I hope he does well. I really don't see anyway he makes the team unless he's vastly improved over his Vandal days-- though to be fair his coaches were garbage at Idaho-- Especially his WR coach for the first few years.
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  • Korey Toomer is listed, interesting. Only drafted player from last year present at the Rookie mini-camp. Guess they're giving him another look.
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  • ^That's Sherm at camp today from Pete's Facebook page
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