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    UDFA

    Seyi Ajirotutu WR (Fresno State)

    Chris Marinelli OT (Stanford) 

    tony washington OT (AB Christian)

    reshawn Jackson RB/FB (Virginia)

    Adam Gunn OLB (Pittsburgh)

    LeGarrette Blount RB (Oregon)

    Scott Long WR (Louisville)

    Donovan Warren CB (Michigan)

    David Nelson WR (Florida) Height: 6-5 | Weight: 212 | 38” vertical leap |4.57 in the 40

    Jeff Byers OL (USC) Height: 6-4 | Weight: 301

    Byers' versatility, intelligence, competitive nature and underrated athleticism give him a chance to have a long NFL career in the pivot. Rarely rocked back or pushed into the backfield. Even when he stops his feet, can remain engaged with his long arms. Has the mobility and toughness to be effective in a zone-blocking scheme. Gets low in short-yardage situations to win leverage battles. Highly intelligent and plays with good hustle and a mean streak.

    Sam Shields WR/CB (Miami FL)  Height: 5-11 | Weight: 183 | 10” hands |sub 4.4 40 time

     

    J’Marcus Webb  OT  (west Texas A&M) Height: 6-7 | Weight: 335

     

    Jeron Mastrud, TE  (Kansas State) Height: 6-6 | Weight: 256

    This son of a high school football coach brings intelligence (2008-09 Academic All-American), character (named to AFCA Good Works team) and underrated athleticism to the tight end position.

     

     
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    Re: UDFA

    We need a few RB's still but i think this ''potentially''  is one of the best Patriots drafts in recent memory. We basically had too many needs to go wrong. And I get the feeling the 2011 draft will be special too with 4 picks in the 1st 2 rounds.
     
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    Re: UDFA

    Whoa Blount wasn't drafted? That is a real shocker to me
     
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    yeah besides his knocking out another player (one incident) he is a good RB. I think it would help us to pick him up in the FA.
     
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    Re: UDFA

    In Response to UDFA:
    Seyi Ajirotutu WR (Fresno State) Chris Marinelli OT (Stanford)  tony washington OT (AB Christian) reshawn Jackson RB/FB (Virginia) Adam Gunn OLB (Pittsburgh) LeGarrette Blount RB (Oregon) Scott Long WR (Louisville) Donovan Warren CB (Michigan) David Nelson WR (Florida) Height: 6-5 | Weight: 212 | 38” vertical leap |4.57 in the 40 Jeff Byers OL (USC) Height: 6-4 | Weight: 301 Byers' versatility, intelligence, competitive nature and underrated athleticism give him a chance to have a long NFL career in the pivot. Rarely rocked back or pushed into the backfield. Even when he stops his feet, can remain engaged with his long arms. Has the mobility and toughness to be effective in a zone-blocking scheme. Gets low in short-yardage situations to win leverage battles. Highly intelligent and plays with good hustle and a mean streak. Sam Shields WR/CB (Miami FL)   Height: 5-11 | Weight: 183 | 10” hands |sub 4.4 40 time   J’Marcus Webb   OT   (west Texas A&M) Height: 6-7 | Weight: 335   Jeron Mastrud, TE   (Kansas State) Height: 6-6 | Weight: 256 This son of a high school football coach brings intelligence (2008-09 Academic All-American), character (named to AFCA Good Works team) and underrated athleticism to the tight end position.  
    Posted by natesubs



    Dane Fletcher, DE, Montana State supposedly signed by the Pats. Unconfirmed.

    Warren to the Jets.

    Blount to the 49ers. Unconfirmed, but according to NFL.com
     
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    Re: UDFA Bryan Anderson WR signed by Pats

    LOOKS LIKE A NICE ADDITION:

    Bryan Anderson
    Position:
     WR
    Class: 5Sr
    Conference: Mid-American
    HT: 6-5
    WT: 215
    40 Time: 4.68
    Biography: Four-year starter awarded All-Conference honors since his freshman season. Totals last season included 64/784/7 after 63/865/6 as a junior. Posted career totals of 90/1132/hand as a sophomore after a freshman season of 73/867/5.

    Positives: Underrated receiver who does not get the credit he?s due. Big bodied wide out who uses his frame as advantage, comes back to the ball out of breaks and make himself an available target. Consistently extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Makes the difficult catch in a crowd and shows strength running after the catch. Above average route runner and displays sharpness into breaks then stays low on exit. Gets vertical over defenders and fights to grab the errant throw.

    Negatives: More of a long strider and lacks a quick burst. Has lapses in concentration on occasion.

    Analysis: Anderson has been consistently productive on the college level and is flying under the radar screens of NFL scouts. He's been compared by some to San Diego Charger receiver Vincent Jackson in size and style. Anderson is likely to fall out of the draft yet could be a big surprise in camp this summer and eventually develop into a fourth receiver on the NFL level.

     
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    Re: UDFA

    Dane Fletcher, DE, Montana State
    6-2 250 -> OLB one of the all time Big Sky conference sack leaders. 

    At Montana State's pro day, he ran a 4.61 and 4.63 in the 40-yard dash, had a 36-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot, 3-inch broad jump, a 4.35-second short shuttle, a 6.93-second three-cone drill and did 29 bench press repetitions at 225 pounds.

    Bryan Anderson, WR, CMU
    6-5 215
    NCAA record 54 consecutive games with a reception ... one of two players in CMU history to earn All-MAC honors four straight seasons ... finished career ranking third in MAC history in receptions and fourth in receiving yards ... CMU's all-time leader in touchdown receptions and receiving yards ... ranks second in school history in receptions.

    Notre Dame S Sergio Brown
     
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    Re: UDFA

    Kyle Love, DL, Mississippi State
     
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    Re: UDFA

    I'm actually pretty shocked on Blount. He has talent and he's not Pac Man Jones material when it comes off the field issues. So he attacked a player and beat up a fan. That's the type of guy I want picking up a blitz.
     
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    Re: UDFA

    like the pats to pick up jameson Konz and sam shields
     
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    Re: UDFA

    LaMarcus Coker, RB (Hampton)
    5'10 196 lbs.
    ran a 4.38 40
    last year had:
    197 rushes for 1,027 yards avg. 5.2 yards a carry
    13 catches for 202 yards avg. 15.5 yards a catch

     
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    Re: UDFA

    In Response to Re: UDFA:
    like the pats to pick up jameson Konz and sam shields
    Posted by kansaspatriot


    I think Konz got picked in the seventh by Seattle unfortunately.
     

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