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Broaddus: Selecting 10 Senior Bowl Standouts From Mobile


Scout's Eye takes a look at 10 Players that Shined in Mobile:

  • Aaron Donald/DT/Pitt

Broaddus: Not many teams will like his lack of height but there is no questioning how he played this week. He was the most disruptive player for either squad. His film and work here gives him a nice platform into the Combine.

  • Zach Martin/OT/Notre Dame

Broaddus: Didn't matter who he was facing, he was up to the task. Played left tackle but also took reps at guard where he was just as good. Plays with power and mobility.

  • Josh Huff/WR/Oregon

Broaddus: Love how this player physically looks. He carries himself well. Knows he is a good player and plays like it. Was always at the side of Falcons receivers coach Terry Robiskie after every play. Can tell this game matters to him.

  • Derek Carr/QB/Fresno State

Broaddus: Physically is a good looking player. Was clearly better than any of the quarterbacks at this game. Has a command and presence while he is leading the team. Can make all the throws, quick with the ball and accurate.

  • Jared Abbrederis/WR/Wisconsin

Broaddus: This guy catches everything thrown his way. Has deceptive speed and quickness with the ability to separate. Makes plays all over the field. Not afraid to catch the ball in traffic, love his toughness

  • Dee Ford/DE/Auburn

Broaddus: I really do like this player a great deal but I do worry about his lacks of bulk. He measured in weighing 243 pounds but he has those types of traits that these defensive coaches are looking for with his ability to go get the ball.

  • Stanley Jean-Baptiste/CB/Nebraska

Broaddus: It was a game with nice sized corners and he was one of the biggest at near 6-3. Really thought he did a much better job when he could play press coverage than zone. Was able to move with and handle these receivers. Made plays on ball.

  • Jordan Matthews/WR/Vanderbilt

Broaddus: Doesn't have the best speed or quickness off the ball but finds ways to get open. Very consistent in his route running and even better hands. Plays with some nastiness as a blocker. Is always going to be prepared as a player. Receivers coach told me that you can play him inside or out and it doesn't matter.

  • Jack Mewhort/OT/Ohio State

Broaddus: There was a reason why that the rushers on the North squad didn't have the most productive practices this week because of Zack Martin and Jack Mewhort. Showed nice balance and base. Plays with power. Can get movement. Not a slow footed blocker at all. Helped himself each day with work. [embedded_ad]

  • Michael Sam/DE/Missouri

Broaddus: I honestly don't know where you play him but you need to find a place for him. He is not a linebacker which they tried him at this week during these practices. He is a put his hand on the ground get after the passer. Not athletic enough to drop but when he rushes, he is hard to block. Might be the defense's version on a 3rd down receiver. Relentless.

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