Posts Tagged ‘Mike Mayock’

Combine cred: Strength or speed?

The NFL Scouting Combine has wrapped and everyone has filtered their way out of Lucas Oil Stadium, but two notable players cracked the high marks in this year’s drills.

Von Miller cements his top billing

Truth be told, there’s probably very little that Texas A&M’s Von Miller could have done on the field Monday at Lucas Oil Stadium to dissuade teams from believing he’s not an elite player.

Rich Eisen runs the 40

Catch Rich Eisen‘s run towards greatness Tuesday on NFL Network. Will the new shoes help him beat his record time? Tune in to find out.

Newton on workout: ‘I was somewhat frustrated’

Auburn QB Cam Newton‘s tractor-beam effect on media at the NFL Scouting Combine continued Sunday as he was the center of attention during on-field drills before appearing on “NFL Total Access” to discuss his performance.

Inside strength: Examining Mayock’s top 5 DTs

Jamie Dukes cross-examines Mike Mayock‘s top 5 defensive tackle prospects, shedding light on why Auburn’s Nick Fairley and four others are ready to bring immediate value to an NFL defense.

A lot of good in Gabbert

There’s a lot that NFL Network’s Mike Mayock likes about Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert, his No. 1 quarterback in the draft — and the only one among his top five that won’t be giving a full workout at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Mayock’s keen on Georgia’s Green

NFL Network’s draft analyst Mike Mayock believes Georgia WR A.J. Green is “the real deal.”

Mayock: Top QB prospects have holes

NFL Network’s draft forecaster Mike Mayock is having a harder time with 2011’s QB class than he’s had in recent memory.

Mayock: Questions over Newton aren’t about talent

For the NFL decision-makers who must ultimately evaluate Cam Newton, how much stock is put into a controlled, scripted workout? How much was really learned about Newton that wasn’t known before, and how much could he really benefit?

Mayock: Packers poised for consecutive runs

The talk started before the lights at Cowboys Stadium had been turned off following Super Bowl XLV: These Packers are in position for a long run of success.

An inside look at Nelson’s breakout game

Jordy Nelson seemed like an improbable candidate to have a monster game in the Super Bowl. But the opportunities were there for the third-year receiver against the Steelers, and he took advantage of nearly all of them to the tune of nine receptions for 140 yards and a touchdown. A career game in every way.

Mayock: Top five defensive ends

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock breaks down his list of top defensive ends available in the 2011 NFL Draft, a group he projects to have seven to eight first-round picks.

Senior Bowl stock watch

NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Mike Mayock took a look Thursday at which players helped themselves the most during Senior Bowl practices this week.

Wilson: Bills won’t reach for QB with third pick

Bills owner Ralph Wilson says the team won’t reach for a quarterback they don’t consider to be the best player available with the third overall pick.

Miller will take center stage during game

Texas A&M Defensive end/outside linebacker Von Miller has had a great week of practice, and is one of the best natural pass rushers I have ever seen. I’m really looking forward to seeing him in action at the Senior Bowl on Saturday.

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