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OnTheClock’s 2014 Russell Bodine Scouting Report

Russell Bodine-C/OG-North Carolina, 6-3 310 5.18* In a relatively weak class for interior OL, and particularly the center spot, Bodine could see himself taken a little higher than some might expect, especially for a team that loves his potential. Boasting surprising athleticism and remarkable upper body strength (he had a combine high 42 reps on […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Jeremiah Attaochu Scouting Report

Jeremiah Attachou-OLB-Georgia Tech, 6-3 252 4.63 Attachou possess virtually all the attributes coveted for a potential star in rushing the passer in a 3-4 scheme: Length, speed, experience playing both DE and OLB. For Georgia Tech, Attachou was often used in much of the same way we use Aldon, on stunts and lined up all […]

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OnTheClock’s 2014 Ben Gardner Scouting Report

Ben Gardner-DE/OLB-Stanford, 6-4 262 4.83 Consistently productive, hard-nosed, high-motor player. More athletic than you’d think. Coming off a pectoral injury, but really an underrated prospect. If you watched him in games you saw him doubled and even triple teamed at times. Teams wouldn’t devote so much attention to him if he was just an average […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Lamarcus Joyner Scouting Report

Lamarcus Joyner-CB-Florida State, 5-8 184 4.55 Joyner hits like a brick wall and is constantly around the football. Shows terrific tackling technique, driving through players instead of throwing a shoulder into them. Proved to be very durable despite his size and had a tremendous reputation as a playmaker for his team. Also showed great versatility […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Marcus Smith Scouting Report

Marcus Smith-DE/OLB-Louisville, 6-4 258 4.76 Long-armed, productive, and showed up in the team’s biggest game of the year to make plays. Smith was spoken to at the Senior Bowl by a lot of teams. He moves well for an almost 260 lb. player and is a prime target as a hybrid DE/OLB for teams in […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Jared Abbrederias Scouting Report

Jared Abbrederis-WR-Wisconsin, 6-1 195 4.50 Is he fast? No. Is he strong? No. Is he explosive? No. Abbrederis possesses the most average athleticism you might ever find in a top-half-of-the-draft prospect, outside of his quickness where he did time very, very well. Despite his overwhelming lack of measurables, Abbrederis somehow managed to abuse vastly superior […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Walt Aikens Scouting Report

Walt Aikens-CB-Liberty, 6-1 203 4.47 The kid’s pure talent is undeniable, and his potential development as a press corner makes it unlikely for him to fall out of the 4th if his character flags and medical evaluations all check out. His arrest for theft I’m sure will be looked at by teams, but if they […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Philip Gaines Scouting Report

Philip Gaines-CB-Rice, 6-0 193 4.38 Gaines boasts the abilities to matchup inside and outside, and his speed, quickness, and competitive fire are evident. His ability to turn and run with receivers and mirror them is terrific and he proved he can hang with some of the better receivers in the league. He does have several […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Kyle Fuller Scouting Report

Kyle Fuller-CB-Virginia Tech, 6-0 190 4.49 Fuller is an aggressive corner who improved on an already nice 2012 year, having himself another nice season. He is not a flawless prospect, but covers very well and diagnoses plays well in addition to being fearless in sticking his nose in against the run game. He’s tough, smart, […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Bryan Stork Scouting Report

Bryan Stork-C-Florida State, 6-4 315 5.20 Won the Rimington Trophy for best center in the nation. Stork is swift-footed, versatile (can play all interior positions), plays with terrific technique and leverage, and Was an unquestioned leader for his team. He displayed a nasty streak and finishes his play through the whistle. His only knock is […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Marqise Lee Scouting Report

Marqise Lee-WR-USC, 6-0 192 4.52 Lee and everyone else who saw him play healthy knows he not only has much better than 4.52 field speed, he possess top-notch quickness in the open field to make defenders miss and turn shorter plays into long ones. Lee missed three games this year due to injuries and clearly […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Jack Mewhort Scouting Report

Jack Mewhort-OL-Ohio State, 6-6 306 5.28 Mewhort has a massive wingspan. Scouts believe he makes a rock solid RT prospect, but word is that his talent would be maximized at guard where many feel he has the potential to be a dominant player if placed there full-time. He was one of the few players able […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Ed Stinson Scouting Report

Ed Stinson-DE-Alabama, 6-3 287 4.87 Stinson has a very balanced skill set and can create havoc in both disrupting the run and the pass. Knows the 3-4 as well coming from Saban’s consistently dominant Alabama defense. One of the most notable traits of Stinson’s is his sound use of arm extension to create leverage and […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Cody Latimer Scouting Report

Cody Latimer-WR-Indiana, 6-3 215 4.44 Latimer, a multi-sport athlete, gives you everything you could want in terms of measurables for a receiver — Size, speed, strength (strongest WR at the combine) — and on the field those things were apparent during a very productive senior season. On top of absolutely manhandling opposing corners in the […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Austin Franklin Scouting Report

Austin Franklin-WR-New Mexico St, 5-11 189 4.56 Franklin is another player who draws comparisons as a poor man’s T.Y. Hilton with his smooth acceleration and deceptive speed. Franklin was a strong multi-purpose threat for his team as a running out of the wildcat and on fly sweep, as well in the special teams game, aside […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Gator Hoskins Scouting Report

Gator Hoskins-FB/TE-Marshall, 6-1 244 4.67 Hoskins proves he shows up in big games (100+ yards, 2 TDs in Marhsall’s 31-20 win in the Military Bowl), and fits the versatile FB/H-back role. Does a good job of protecting the ball when he runs, and although he got open a lot due to play design, he could […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Devon Kennard Scouting Report

Devon Kennard-LB-USC, 6-3 249 4.70 Good athlete with great length and the versatility to play inside and outside in a 3-4 scheme. Overall a very balanced prospect with solid coverage skills and some nice pass-rushing ability. Durability is the question with him because he’s endured a litany of injuries over his college career, preventing him […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Charles Sims Scouting Report

Charles Sims-RB-West Virginia, 6-0 214 4.48 Sims is a very underrated runner who had a very good Senior Bowl and a nice off-season overall. Sims is touted as an excellent pass-protector and as being a decisive running back that can hit the hole with authority. Sims could stand to lower his center of gravity, but […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Jason Verrett Scouting Report

Jason Verrett-CB-TCU, 5-9 189 4.38 Verrett possesses arguably the best click-and-close speed of any corner in this entire class as well as probably the best true coverage ability in this class after Dennard. He does not fear contact and is a willing contributor in run support as well. He does well to slip blocks on […]

OnTheClock’s 2014 Paul Richardson Scouting Report

Paul Richardson-WR-Colorado, 6-0 175 4.40 Richardson boasts blistering speed and above average hands, but its his quickness combined with these things that have drawn comparisons to Indianapolis WR T.Y. Hilton. He is surprisingly OK as a blocker. He’s obviously not a powerful drive blocker, but he’s adequate, and I really liked what I saw when […]


Will Sutton 2014 Draft Scouting Report

Next is Arizona State’s DE/DT Will Sutton. Height: 6’0 Weight: 303 lbs 40 Time: 5.36 College: Arizona State Jersey #: 90 Pro’s: Tackling machine, decent speed. Good pass rusher Con’s: Undersized for a DT, more likely a DE, or bulk up and become a full time DT Overall: Sutton is a tackling machine, has decent speed, […]

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