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Bacarri Rambo Senior Bowl Interview

April 28, 2013 in Draft Reports, Uncategorized

Safety Bacarri Rambo Senior Bowl Interview

Q:       

Were you recruited as a quarterback?

A:

No, I was an athlete, but I told them I can play safety.

Q:       

When did you know that you have a knack for these interceptions?

A:       

I’d probably say backyard football. I played with my friends and they liked to throw it deep, and I’d just run it down. I used to play baseball, and I was pretty good at centerfield. So I just have the knack for seeing the ball and just running and go get it. And doing whatever it takes to go get the ball.

Q:

Were there safeties that you looked up to when you were younger?

A:       

I used to look up to Sean Taylor. Rest in peace to a great man, he was a great player. I really respected him, and I looked up to him. But right now, I’d say Ed Reed. I just like his playing style. I just try to do certain things like him, like reading the quarterback and just playing certain types of coverages. And just having that knack for the ball.

Q:       

This safety class, you guys seem to be grouped together right now. Do you view this as an opportunity to separate? And as a competitor, is it important to you to be that first safety that comes off the board?

 

A:       

Yeah, it’s all our goal to be the first safety taken. So you got to go out there and do whatever it takes to be that first safety taken and just go out there and compete.

Q:       

You have a great last name for a safety…

A:       

It’s all right. I was thinking about changing it. Nah, just playing!

Q:       

You probably hear that a lot, huh?

A:       

Yeah, yeah. If I had a quarter for every time somebody mentioned that, I’d be rich right now.

Q:       

You could retire already? But, if you’re in the NFL, marketing, that’s a great name for a rangy, hard-hitting safety, isn’t it?

A:       

Yeah, it’s pretty nice. Thanks to my dad for all that. For chaining me to that. So, I give all the credit to my dad.

Q:

In college, did you play much in the box or were you strictly centerfield?

A:       

Mostly centerfield. We had another great safety, Shawn Williams. Most of the time he was in the box. He did a great job of just slipping in the box and helping with the run support. So that made my job a lot easier just knowing that I could just play in the middle of the field, reading the quarterback to make plays.

Q:       

When you are out here at practice during a free moment, when other safeties are taking their reps, do you sort of eye them up and see what they’re games are like?

A:       

I mean, I take notes from everybody. You’re not too good to learn from anybody. So I watch those guys, and still learn from those guys. I take little things from them that they’re pretty good at. I know they probably do the same with me.

Q:       

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve gotten from the Georgia coaching staff about this process?

A:       

Just work hard. Hard work pays off. When I redshirted from junior year to senior year, they told me I needed to put more time into the film room and just learn how to slow the game down and become a student of the game. That’s what I’ve been doing. I’m pretty good at just knowing what to do. Just getting in the film room, learning what to do, learning what routes some receivers run and just learning how some offensive coordinators think when it’s time to make a play.

Q:       

Who’s the best receiver or tight and you went up against in college that you felt helps drive you to be a better player?

A:       

I’m going to have to say my friend A.J. Just going against him, I knew he was going to be doing great things in the NFL and if I can just compete against him, it allows me to know that I’ll be prepared for the NFL.

Q:       

You mentioned Sean Taylor earlier and I’m from the DC area. The Redskins need some safety help. What would it mean to you to be drafted by a team that a guy you idolized played for?

A:       

It would mean a lot to me. It would be just such an honor just to play for them. I would really enjoy playing for them. It’s a great city and I know that I get a lot of love and support from a great fan base.

Q:       

What’s the one part of Sean Taylor’s game that you really try to model yourself after?

A:       

His hard-hitting. He had great instincts and he was a hard hitter. So that’s something that I tried to put on the field along with the great ball skills by Ed Reed. So that’s two combinations of safeties that I tried to put together and bring to the table for my team.

Q:       

What two skills you want to showcase to NFL teams this week?

A:       

Taking good angles, and just tackling really.

Q:       

What does it mean to you to be part of this Senior Bowl process?

A:       

It means a lot. It’s such an honor to be here with all these talented seniors. There’s a lot of guys from the SEC. We just want to go out and represent our conference well. Me and the rest of my teammates from UG want to just go represent our program and just go out here and have some fun.

Senior Bowl South Team Practice Report Day 2 Led by Lane Johnson

January 23, 2013 in 2013 Senior Bowl

North Practice Report

Notes on Day 2 (Tuesday's) South Practice:

Quarterbacks:

Tyler Wilson, Arkansas:

Wilson followed up a good day with an even better day today. He missed on a couple passes in the early going during 1-on-1's, but he really picked it up after that. He showed really good touch, and I really liked his footwork and the way the ball came out of his hand.

E.J. Manuel, FSU:

Manuel has been very up-and-down. He'll complete 2 or 3 really tough throws, then miss on some easier ones. Love his size and ability to move around the pocket, but accuracy and decision making are more questionable. He does have a really nice deep ball, but was a hair off on a number of his throws down the field. That could just be working with unfamiliar receivers.

Landry Jones, Oklahoma:

In the early going Jones threw perhaps the best pass thrown by any of the six quarterbacks today, unfortunately he didn't come close to repeating that throughout the rest of practice. On quick/short throws he's really good and gets the ball out quickly. But when dropping back from under center or making progressions he struggles.

Running backs:

Stepfan Taylor, Stanford:

Taylor has had back-to-back tremendous practices and has not really shown any weaknesses to his game. The worst you can say about him is he doesn't have elite speed, but few backs who weigh 216 lbs do. He's strong, he's physical, he's showing excellent vision. I love how decisive he is in finding his hole and exploding through it. Really love the burst, the hands, and his cutting ability. He's very much putting on a show and is pushing his way into the 2nd day.

Tight End:

Mychal Rivera, Tennessee:

Jim Schwartz coaches South team in practice.

Jim Schwartz coaches South team in practice.

He hasn't stood out, but he's quietly having a nice week. He catches the ball well, shows some burst. For a smaller tight end he's done okay blocking. Doesn't excel in any one area, but shows some upside.

Michael Williams, Alabama:

Another really good day, for such a big tight end he sure seems to be catching the ball well and getting open. He won't challenge you vertically, but he's not a blocking (still his strong suit) tight end only.

Vance McDonald, Rice:

McDonald didn't have a very good day dropping a couple passes throughout the day. On just about every drop the ball was placed right in the strike zone, which should make that an automatic catch. He did redeem himself some with his blocking and route running, but the drops will hurt him.

Wide Receiver:

Terrence Williams, Baylor:

Didn't have as great of a day, but was still very impressive. He is the fastest and most explosive receiver on this roster, and is at his best when asked to get vertical. Reminds me some of Mike Wallace. A couple reps he was beaten or re-routed too easily, but overall a strong day.

Conner Vernon, Duke:

Had a really nice day, and with Ryan Swope out definitely showed he can be the sure-handed slot receiver that works the middle of the field and eats the zone alive. Vernon had a number of really nice catches and was very fluid in his route running.

Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech:

Had a great second day, showed really nice strong hands, snatching the ball away from defenders on a couple of reps. He showed good speed and was not easily pressed at all.

Offensive Line:

Brian Schwenke, Cal:

Good solid day for Schwenke, showed a lot of nice traits that you look for in a lineman: technically sound, good anchor, nice feet, a little movement to block out in space. He also looks to be a hard worker and seems to get good feedback from the coaches.

Lane Johnson, Oklahoma:

Johnson had another great day, really stonewalled a number of defenders. Shows really nice feet and a good punch. I think he's still better against the pass than against the run.

Larry Warford, Kentucky:

Great day of practice, rarely see him give an inch of ground and in the run game really gets on the defense. I like the way he gets to the second level for a guy his size. He is looking like a day one starter for some team and a top 75 pick.

Defensive Line:

John Jenkins, Georgia:

Jenkins had a great day, the only offensive lineman that did anything against him was Warford, other than that he dominated the line of scrimmage. Loved to see his hustle getting down the line on stretch plays. Also saw him chasing from behind on a short pass, he wasn't conceding even though it was a wide receiver and he had a 5 yard head start. Coaches (and they should) will love that kind of heart.

Montari Hughes, Tennessee Martin:

Hughes was out yesterday due to injury and was even told by his reps that he shouldn't risk it, but he went out there today and had a huge practice. At 6'4" 328, he's a force out there and it showed. He was in the backfield quite a bit and really finished plays well. Really impressed by his work ethic and dedication.

Lavar Edwards, LSU:

Shows some edge rushing ability, but needs to get more consistent, Also he overpursued on a couple of run plays.

Defensive Backs:

Leon McFadden, San Diego State:

Not as strong as yesterday, but still a really nice practice.

B.W. Webb, William & Mary:

Great all-around practice, did a really nice job throughout. Rerouted receivers, stayed on them despite double moves. He also looked good when lined up off man and was able to react to the ball.

Shawn Williams, Georgia:

Non-descript day, didn't really stand out, but wasn't beaten that much either.

Bacarri Rambo, Georgia:

Another poor day, he struggled in coverage. Biting on a double move and just slow to move to the ball. His pursuit was off both against the pass and run. Yet once again he showed all the proper tools in the position drills.

J.J. Wilcox, Georgia Southern:

Still struggled some in the drills, but looked better in the 1-on-1's and team scrimmage.Obvious that he's still one of the more raw players out there, but was tighter in coverage today and showed better reaction time.

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Senior Bowl Practice Report: Day One South Team Led by Tyler Wilson

January 22, 2013 in 2013 Senior Bowl

Here is a look at the South team's first practice today, including what players helped their stock and who struggled in the early going. The South team is coached by the Detroit Lions staff headed by Coach Jim Schwartz. Players were hit helmets and shells so full contract wasn't allowed. Here is the North team practice report

Quarterbacks:

Landry Jones, Oklahoma:

Is Landry Jones stock falling?

Is Landry Jones stock falling?

-Jones didn't help himself earlier in the day at the weigh-in, coming under 6'4" and not having any outstanding measurable, and then had a poor overall performance in practice. He struggled with his footwork coming from under center and didn't look too comfortable throwing intermediate or longer routes. He has a nice deep ball, but it was rarely on target. He was much more precise on shorter quick passes, but got uncomfortable quick when his first or second read weren't there.

E.J. Manuel, FSU:

-Manuel had a really strong day overall, he showed good mobility in the pocket to buy time and still deliver a strike on the move. His footwork wasn't perfect, but it wasn't bad and allowed him to throw a number of strong accurate throws down the field. A couple times in 7-on-7's and team drills he made some poor decisions or was inaccurate with his throw, but he had a very good practice overall. He's still a work in progress, but the potential is very much there for him to have an impact at the next level.

Tyler Wilson, Arkansas:

Wilson probably had the best day of any of the signal callers. He did throw a bad interception late during team drills, but that was really his only blemish of the day. He showed good poise and awareness in the pocket and displayed a strong accurate arm on a number of throws down field. Overall he did a really good job of placing the ball in the strike zone of his receiver and away from defenders. Wilson definitely opened some eyes with this practice and if he keeps it up this week could move up some draft boards.

Running backs:

Stephan Taylor, Stanford:

Taylor had some concerns about speed coming into the draft process, but showed good burst today, both in rushing and receiving. He might not be the fastest running back, but it didn't appear to be a liability for him either. He showed good vision finding his hole and finding it quickly. I really liked his decisiveness, which is an underrated trait for the next level. Taylor was also really impressive catching the ball as well, he was good in space and ran crisp routes getting separation from the defender.

Andre Ellington, Clemson:

He had an up and down day, but he did show  nice speed and quickness. Also made some really nice plays in space. He had a couple poor plays where he slipped when he tried to make a cut or ran into the pile instead of hitting the hole, but overall it was solid.

Tight End:

Vance McDonald, Rice:

McDonald is an underrated tight end, but had a really strong day that could start pushing him up draft boards. He did everything well today. He ran good solid routes getting separation from both safeties and linebackers. He caught everything that he got his hands on and displayed nice speed. He also did well as a blocker in team drills, showing nice two-way ability.

Michael Williams, Alabama:

Williams isn't the fastest tight end you will every see, but that doesn't mean you can ignore him in the passing game. Linebackers struggled all day to cover him as he used his big frame to shield them from the ball, and displayed nice strong hands. Williams really excelled in the blocking game though as he was essentially a 6th offensive linemen out there. He swallowed up both defensive ends and linebackers with ease.

Wide Receiver:

Ryan Swope, Texas A&M:

Early on Swope had a strong practice showing nice quickness and getting in and out of his breaks. Latter in 1-on-1's and 7-on-7's he struggled on a couple reps dropping two easy catches, one time really drawing the ire of the coaching staff. He also struggled to get any deep separation, and looked most comfortable on quicker routes.

Quinton Patton, LA Tech:

Patton had a really strong day, he was very fluid and showed nice short area quickness. He also showed nice awareness and strong hands. Patton did struggle on some deeper routes as he wasn't able to separate,  and got out muscled a couple of times. He will need to show that he can be more physical, and it will be something to watch going forward.

Terrance Williams, Baylor:

Had by far the best practice of any receiver. Only guy who was consistently able to get behind the coverage and gain separation throughout the practice. He made a number of highly acrobatic catches and tracked the ball well on long passes. Williams looks to be the whole package and will definitely be someone to watch going forward.

Offensive Line:

Larry Warford, Kentucky:

Warford had the best all-around day by any offensive lineman, he was quick off the ball and showed a good anchor, rarely letting anyone push him back or control the point of attack. He also showed surprising quickness for his size and handled speed well.

Dallas Thomas, Tennessee:

Thomas played both guard and tackle in practice and handled his own at both positions. He didn't have the best anchor and didn't finish guys off, but he showed quick feet and re-routed a number of defenders keeping the pocket generally clean. A couple times he did get beat, but overall it was a pretty solid practice.

Lane Johnson, Oklahoma:

Really thought he had a great all-around practice, he lined up at both tackle spots and really showed quick feet and a nice sound base. He anchored well and didn't allow much penetration. He wasn't as good versus the run, but it was by no means a bad showing.

OT Oday Aboushi, OL Garrrett Gilkey and OL Xavier Nixon all looked solid or better as well.

Defensive Line:

Ezekial Ansah, BYU:

Up-and-down practice, looked very quick in individual drills and and 1-on-1's, but struggled some in team drills he didn't win as many battles as you'd hope. Showed some natural bust and edge ability, but needs to get more wins with that talent level.

John Jenkins, Georgia:

Jenkins was a monster in middle, nearly impossible to block 1-on-1, and  disrupting a number of plays with his penetration. He plays with excellent leverage, and despite his size he's very quick off the ball getting into defender's pads.

Malliciah Goodman, Clemson:

Goodman was very impressive today, got off the line quick and was perhaps the 2nd toughest defensive lineman to block after Jenkins. He showed a good ability to rush the quarterback and nice recognition against the run.

Defensive Backs:

Sanders Commings, Georgia:

Commings is thought to be more of a corner, but after today's practice he may be viewed more of a free safety prospect. He was not fluid in flipping his hips, and really struggled when asked to run with receivers. He did some nice things when he played off in a zone and the play was in front of him, but other than that it was not a strong day.

Robert Lester, Alabama:

Lester looked good early on in practice in both individual and 1-on-1 drills, but disappeared or struggled later. He didn't struggle particularly in any one area, but he didn't show dominance either. He was pretty inconsistent in the team drills, with one rep showing nice recognition and back peddle and then the next rep missing his assignment. Overall solid day, but not spectacular.

Bacarri Rambo, Georgia:

Rambo looked flawless in the individual position drills setting the bench mark everyone else was compared to, but he all but disappeared once he started going up against receivers/tight ends. He still made a play or two, but overall he was late recognizing a number of passes, and took bad angles to the ball. Given how he started and his overall hype it was a poor overall showing.

J.J. Wilcox, Georgia Southern:

It quickly became apparent that Wilcox has just one year at safety under his belt. While he flashes big play ability he looked simply lost out there at times. He really struggled in the positional drills, especially with his ability to flip his hips and his back peddle. While there is some legitimate promise there, he's very much a developmental prospect.

Leon McFadden, San Diego State:

McFadden had the best all-around showing today among defensive backs. He was very fluid in the drills, displaying good speed and quickness. He really excelled when faced with receivers. He showed physicality and great reaction time, and was constantly the toughest draw for a particular receiver.

 

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South Roster Preview – Terrance Williams and John Jenkins Headline the South Roster

January 20, 2013 in 2013 Senior Bowl

I've already previewed the North Roster for the Senior Bowl. Now here are the players to watch on the South Roster during Senior Bowl week:

QB EJ Manuel, Florida State University:

Manuel is a 2-year starter with the Seminoles, and has developed into a quality starting quarterback. He's got good size, a big arm and great speed, but has been inconsistent against some big opponents. Overall, he displays good accuracy, but it remains to be seen if he can throw into the tighter windows at the next level. With the success of the read option in the NFL this past year, Manuel could be a hot commodity given his speed. He still needs a little development time, but given his upside, expect him to go in the late 2nd or early 3rd round.

QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma:

Jones took over for former 1st overall pick Sam Bradford at Oklahoma and was expected to have a similar career path. Through the start of his sophomore season, Jones looked to be a potential high 1st round pick. He's regressed these past two years, and questions have sprung up about his downfield accuracy, decision making and mobility. He played in a spread system in Oklahoma, and has struggled when asked to make reads and progressions. Jones needs to have a strong week in Mobile if he wants to overcome these concerns with his game. He remains a big, strong-armed quarterback that could go anywhere in the 3rd – 4th round range.

WR Terrance Williams, Baylor:

Williams is a big play receiver with great long speed. He led the NCAA in yards per catch this past season, and was still able to produce without Robert Griffin III and Kendall Wright on offense. Right now he's still more of a deep threat, and needs to show he can run more of the entire route tree. He has high upside and should go off the board in the early 2nd round.

WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M:

Swope had a starting role for the Aggies these past 2 years and has been an integral part of their passing attack. He profiles as a slot receiver, and shows good quickness in the short area. He doesn't have great long speed, but should still be attractive to teams given the greater use of the slot receiver. He should go off the board in a late 3rd to early 4th round.

TE Michael Williams, Alabama:

Williams was essentially a 6th offensive lineman for the Crimson Tide. He's a big, strong, physical tight end who is a devastating blocker and can be a match-up problem for smaller defensive backs and linebackers. He lacks great speed, which will keep him from being drafted high, but a smart team who emphasizes the running game will get excellent value in the 5th round or later from Williams.

OT DJ Fluker, Alabama:

Fluker is a rare, highly-touted offensive lineman, in that he profiles almost exclusively as a right tackle. Fluker though was among the best right tackles in college and easily make the transition to the next level. He's a devastating run blocker, who still holds up well against the pass rush. He has a good anchor, and is the type of lineman when he gets his hands on you, he finishes the play. He should go off the board in the high 2nd round.

OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma:

Johnson was Landry Jones blindside protector this past season and quickly made a name for himself in the Big 12. He shows good footwork and is quick enough to get to the edge. He helped keep Jones to be one of the least sacked quarterbacks in college football, despite the fact that Oklahoma is pass-first team and Jones has questionable mobility. He's trending upward, and could go in the top 20 picks of the 1st round.

DT John Jenkins, Georgia:

Jenkins was the star of the Georgia Bulldogs defensive line this year, playing primarily the nose tackle position. He forced constant double-teams that allowed the rest of the Georgia defense to make plays. Despite all the attention he was getting from offensive lineman, Jenkins still got a high level of penetration and made plays in the backfield. Jenkins fits in either a 4-3 or 3-4, but would have his highest value as a nose tackle on a 3-man line. Jenkins should be drafted in the top 25 picks.

S Bacarri Rambo, Georgia:

Rambo was the playmaker of the Georgia secondary and double digit interceptions over the last two years combined. He's a rangey free safety with good size and excellent speed. The biggest question mark that he faces is his ability against the run. Rambo does excel in coverage, which should keep him as one of the top safeties drafted this year. Expect him to go in the late 2nd or high 3rd round.

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Archive Mock Draft (Willy) Round 3, 12/7

December 7, 2012 in Mock Drafts

Archived Mock Draft Dec. 7th, 2012

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63. Kansas City- TE Jordan Reed, Florida

64. Jacksonville- QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

65. Philadelphia- DT Sylvester Williams, UNC

66. San Francisco – from Carolina (3-8)- LB Arthur Brown, Kansas State

67. Oakland- DE John Simon, Ohio State

68. Cleveland –CB Nickell Roby, USC

69. New York Jets- RB Monte Ball, Wisconsin

70. Tennessee- CB Logan Ryan, Rutgers

71. Arizona- OT Brennan Williams, UNC

72. Detroit- RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State

73. Buffalo- WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech

74. San Diego- OLB Brandon Jenkins, FSU

75. St. Louis- S Robert Lester, Alabama

76. New Orleans – Dominique Easley, Florida

77. Dallas- QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma

78. Miami- DE Morgan Breslin, USC

79. Washington- OT Kyle Long, Oregon

80. Minnesota- WR Da’Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech

81. Cincinnati- S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma

82. Tampa Bay- DE Datone Jones, UCLA

83. Pittsburgh- OLB Jamie Collins, Southern Mississippi

84. Seattle-CB Bennett Jackson, Notre Dame

85. Indianapolis- LB Nico Johnson, Alabama

86. New York Giants-LB Shane Skov, Stanford

87. Green Bay- RB Stephan Taylor, Stanford

88. New England- C Khaled Holmes, USC

89. Denver- DT Akeem Spence, Illinois

90. Miami – from Chicago- WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M

91. San Francisco- WR Aaron Dobson, Marshall

92. Baltimore- DT Daniel McCullers, Tennessee

93. Houston- RB Mike Gillislee, Florida

94. Atlanta- S Bacarri Rambo, Georgia

Archive Mock Draft Round 3, 11/30

November 30, 2012 in Mock Drafts

Archive Mock Draft Round 3, 11/30

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63. Kansas City- TE Jordan Reed, Florida

64. Jacksonville- QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

65. Philadelphia- DT Sylvester Williams, UNC

66. San Francisco – from Carolina (3-8)- LB Arthur Brown, Kansas State

67. Oakland- DE John Simon, Ohio State

68. Cleveland –CB Nickell Roby, USC

69. New York Jets- RB Monte Ball, Wisconsin

70. Tennessee- CB Logan Ryan, Rutgers

71. Arizona- OT Brennan Williams, UNC

72. Detroit- RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State

73. Buffalo- WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech

74. San Diego- OLB Brandon Jenkins, FSU

75. St. Louis- S Robert Lester, Alabama

76. New Orleans – Dominique Easley, Florida

77. Dallas- QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma

78. Miami- DE Morgan Breslin, USC

79. Washington- OT Kyle Long, Oregon

80. Minnesota- WR Da’Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech

81. Cincinnati- S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma

82. Tampa Bay- DE Datone Jones, UCLA

83. Pittsburgh- OLB Jamie Collins, Southern Mississippi

84. Seattle-CB Bennett Jackson, Notre Dame

85. Indianapolis- LB Nico Johnson, Alabama

86. New York Giants-LB Shane Skov, Stanford

87. Green Bay- RB Stephan Taylor, Stanford

88. New England- C Khaled Holmes, USC

89. Denver- DT Akeem Spence, Illinois

90. Miami – from Chicago- WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M

91. San Francisco- WR Aaron Dobson, Marshall

92. Baltimore- DT Daniel McCullers, Tennessee

93. Houston- RB Mike Gillislee, Florida

94. Atlanta- S Bacarri Rambo, Georgia