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    Default Re: NFL Combine on TV. Eli coming up

    I thought overall he had a good day....I had a good friend at the combine....he really liked him a lot in the pass drills....


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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    He ain't on par with them two. He may be as fast, but he ain't on the same level.
    You may be right about cook but I think he will have a better NFL career than Fournette. I know it's a bold statement but a lot of people don't realize how good this kid really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunhawk View Post
    This McCaffrey kid has Patriots written all over him.
    He will not last that long. Decent chance the Broncos take him if he is available at 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    He ain't on par with them two. He may be as fast, but he ain't on the same level.
    Well I am pretty sure he is a better receiver and think his cutting skills with the ball are superior to Fournette!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunhawk View Post
    With that busted foot he still outran his ____ poor coaching and god awful offensive line. Dude is a steal of a deal for anyone. I would love for Seattle to pick him and use him properly...but that's just putting him into another coaching & offensive line problem.
    You think if Eli was there they would have run it instead of throwing that telegraphed pass for the loss?

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    Default Re: NFL Combine on TV. Eli coming up

    Yesterday On Houston sports talk radio a guy was talking about how Fournette showed up over weight. He was questioning his dedication. When they asked him who his favorite football player is his reply was that he wasn't a real big football fan growing up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    He ain't on par with them two. He may be as fast, but he ain't on the same level.
    I don't look at Eli and Leonard as being on different "levels". I see one fitting a role and a team better than the other in the NFL. They aren't comparable in many regards, because they differ widely in RB ball skills. I'd take a healthy footed Eli in open space on the end of a toss every day of the week. But obviously, Leonard is one of the best specimens of NFL RB for the traditional role of NFL RB that we've seen in many years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd35 View Post
    Lost a tenth on his 2nd run. McCaffrey did the same thing right before.
    Yes ... McCaffrey officially ran a 4.48 on his first run ... tied for 4th among the RBs. 4.59 on his second run.

    But he also posted the second best all-time 3-cone drill time (of 286 RBs) of 6.57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneGolfin View Post
    Yes ... McCaffrey officially ran a 4.48 on his first run ... tied for 4th among the RBs. 4.59 on his second run.

    But he also posted the second best all-time 3-cone drill time (of 286 RBs) of 6.57.

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    I couldn't find the 3 cone results. Where did you see them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun4life View Post
    I couldn't find the 3 cone results. Where did you see them?
    I did not see the overall results ... just some articles reporting on McCaffrey's results in the drill. The NFL site has not yet updated the 3-cone drill results for the RBs.

    McCaffrey is also the leader in the 60 yard shuttle (11.03).

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    Ragin' Cajuns Running Back Elijah McGuire made himself some money at the NFL Combine.


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    Default Re: Eli has his work cut out for him.

    Quote Originally Posted by cajunhawk View Post
    With that busted foot he still outran his ____ poor coaching and god awful offensive line. Dude is a steal of a deal for anyone. I would love for Seattle to pick him and use him properly...but that's just putting him into another coaching & offensive line problem.
    Your request has been forwarded to the QB coach of your Hawks

    --and my suggesting of use is a slot back!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NewsCopy View Post
    Ragin' Cajuns Running Back Elijah McGuire made himself some money at the NFL Combine.

    Not sure where Ryan got his information ...

    "NFL Scouts watched on as McGuire led the pack in the 20-yard shuttle with a time of 4.56 seconds, he came in third at the 60-yard shuffle at 11.78 seconds, and he placed fifth in the three-cone drill. For running backs, those are possibly the three most important events, and McGuire put on a show."

    McGuire tied for last in the 20-yard shuttle (16 RBs). He did not finish third in the 60-yard shuttle ... he finished sixth of eight RBs. He did not finish 5th in the 3-cone drill ... he tied for 11th among 16 RBs.

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    Default Re: McGuire Puts On Solid Showing At NFL Combine

    And Hud used him as a battering ram. Good job, dumbass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneGolfin View Post
    Not sure where Ryan got his information ...

    "NFL Scouts watched on as McGuire led the pack in the 20-yard shuttle with a time of 4.56 seconds, he came in third at the 60-yard shuffle at 11.78 seconds, and he placed fifth in the three-cone drill. For running backs, those are possibly the three most important events, and McGuire put on a show."

    McGuire tied for last in the 20-yard shuttle (16 RBs). He did not finish third in the 60-yard shuttle ... he finished sixth of eight RBs. He did not finish 5th in the 3-cone drill ... he tied for 11th among 16 RBs.

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    I don't think the combine helped him all that much. Other than face time with teams. I wouldn't be shocked if he goes undrafted.

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    Default Re: McGuire Puts On Solid Showing At NFL Combine

    Would that article be considered fake news?


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    Default Re: McGuire Puts On Solid Showing At NFL Combine

    Eli could become the back Payton wanted from Spiller, a good RB/WR combo.


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    Default Re: McGuire Puts On Solid Showing At NFL Combine

    Quote Originally Posted by studentfan View Post
    Eli could become the back Payton wanted from Spiller, a good RB/WR combo.
    I believe that, but a professional evaluation sees flaws in his game.

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    Default Re: McGuire Puts On Solid Showing At NFL Combine

    Not trying to compare Eli to Tom Brady but look at the video of Tom Brady's evaluation coming out of Michigan...they all basically laughed at the skinny kid from up north.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    I believe that, but a professional evaluation sees flaws in his game.
    As a pure RB I'd agree, but his ability to catch passes isn't something you see from a RB very often. That alone will land him a high draft pick. If not he will be a steal for some lucky team in the late rounds.

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