Senior Bowl 2011
January 29, 2011 by staff
Senior Bowl 2011, The two most productive receivers in the history of Boise State – Austin Pettis and Titus Young – will play for the North, on Saturday in the main bowl in Mobile, Ala. The game is the first all-star game for the NHL draft prospects NFL. The duo spent the week practicing in front of mobile NFL scouts, coaches and general managers. By Wednesday, Pettis met with representatives of nearly half the league teams. “The only part of the nerves talking to coaches,” said Pettis. “You always want to make sure you say the right things.”
Pettis, chief of the Broncos of all time in receptions and touchdowns receiving, and youth, the leader of all time in receiving yards, drew praise from scouts andanlysts in the mobile. They were presented on the home page of NFL.com Thursday. Youth, especially, grabbed the spotlight. Manyanlysts have compared to Philadelphia Eagles star DeSean Jackson, one of the main threats and profound NFL punt returners.
“They knew he had speed, but we always get this thing on the WAC and not playing the best caliber of players,” said Pettis. “He did the same thing here and there
ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. Potter considered the No. 2 offensive tackle in the class and Martin as the No. 4 stopper. While we wait for the kickoff to Senior Bowl at 1:00 p.m. Pacific, I thought it about time for the 2011 edition of our database project annual comp. The first database arose in 2009 and continued last year. In the past, I started the database earlier in the offseason, but I think Monday will be as good a time as any to start this database. Adjustments have been made for Senior Bowl week and practice the game, which means that we have the main game Star All adjustments in place.
Last year we had 30 sites listed in our database and I think we’ll do the same this year. The database will initially be updated every week as we move increasingly towards the project, I’ll update more often. I’ll play it by ear, according to the speed with which different sites are updated. In addition, rather than simply update the page, I’ll also offer places on the front page when we update the database. Currently, if you look at the 2010 all you see is the last day prior to the project. There is no sense of how the model projects developed during the NFL Draft season. Therefore, as I update the database I’ll post the results in a post in a new section called NFL Mock Draft, so you can follow how things develop over the coming months.
Regarding the sites we use, the main reason for this post was to give the floor to suggestions for model projects that you particularly like. I use a mixture of leading sites (ESPN, CBS Sports, etc.) combined with random sites I find other databases mock draft. There’s nothing particularly scientific about our process, but I would try to get 30 sites, which are all pretty legitimate and well thought out. As you look through the database of last year, are there some that we should dump this? I will consider any suggestions you may have.
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