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Optimum Scouting: BSN College Showcase: Saturday practice report
Jackson State quarterback Casey Therriault was still (expectedly) the most impressive quarterback here considering he looked smooth and fluid in all drills and showcased great velocity at times along with his 6'2 size. If teams can not worry about the character concerns, and if he can improve his fundamentals, he could get looks as a solid UDFA.

Cleveland Plain Dealer - Browns do not pick up QB, but have picks for Plan B
The Browns offered at least their No. 4 and No. 22 overall picks in this year's draft to trade up to No. 2, a report said, but now it's time to look at life without Robert Griffin III.

Turf Show Times - The difference between real and raw college prospects
Hype may be what drives the media and fans, but when viewed without valid counter-point, it can cause something just shy of hysteria. Whipped into a frenzy by oft times innocuous statistics, fans clamor to be the first to find a future NFL star and call out their name to anyone willing to hear. The NFL Combine each year has become the football version of primordial ooze; players crawling out of obscurity to walk upright on professional football's limited Earth...

Seahawks Draft Blog - Could LaMichael James make sense for the Seahawks?
According to our insider source, Seattle is looking at adding a running back at some point in this year’s draft, potentially as early as the 12th overall pick depending on how the board falls. Seattle has many other needs though, and that coupled with a deep running back class could cause them to address a few other areas first.

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