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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDaddy View Post
    Yeah, Surratt could easily bounce back up to where he was just by reminding people of his impressive talents at his pro day. I would think he'd be fine.
    Sure, it would help a bit. I think his combine 40 could be big. What is his expected 40?

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by BeachBumDeac View Post
    Consider the source and you will have your answer.
    You were saying...…….?

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Resilient Deac View Post
    Do you know something we don’t? Walker tweeted that he will be back.
    Just read the tea leaves actually that were out there plain as day to me:

    1] opted out of playing before the Louisville game after having awesome numbers, even though he was not hurt & supposedly not sick with Covid. If that is a player who has played 3 years, that is usually a sign of somebody opting for the NFL draft [Boogie]. But somebody with fewer years, a transfer to a higher ranked school
    2] breakout season in sophomore year and is from Memphis, TN area & wanted to play in SEC but got no offers. Came to us after decommitting from Kent St. I can see an Ole Miss or UT in his future [maybe Arkansas because that is also close to home and has a good offense]
    3] new NCAA transfer rules make it very easy to transfer now so lower teams on the pecking order will lose players who want to move up the ladder. Can now transfer once without having to sit out.

    As Clawson often says: Next Man Up! We have really good RB's

  4. #84
    he's playing in the Senior Bowl and listed as WF

    https://www.seniorbowl.com/accepted-invites/

    Boogie also playing

  5. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by BarcaDeac View Post
    he's playing in the Senior Bowl and listed as WF

    https://www.seniorbowl.com/accepted-invites/

    Boogie also playing
    That is good to see. Wake coaching staff did the work with Jamie to bring him from 3 star to NFL prospect.

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    Panthers and Dolphins staffs are coaching in the Senior Bowl. The Panthers are looking for a QB of the future.

  7. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by PhDeac View Post
    Panthers and Dolphins staffs are coaching in the Senior Bowl. The Panthers are looking for a QB of the future.
    The problem you run into at 8 is if both NYJ and Atl take QBs, presumably Fields and Wilson. Then Det may beat you to Lance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    The problem you run into at 8 is if both NYJ and Atl take QBs, presumably Fields and Wilson. Then Det may beat you to Lance.
    This is the Newman thread.

  9. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by Deaconblue View Post
    That is good to see. Wake coaching staff did the work with Jamie to bring him from 3 star to NFL prospect.
    Yep. And UGA probably prefers it that way too.

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    Boogie, Newman, and Sage were invited to the NFL Combine.

    Workouts will be on pro days and interviews and psychological testing will be virtual. Limited medical exams.

  11. #91
    Apologize if this is Haas, but today is WF's pro-day.

    Those participating:

    - Boogie Basham
    - Sage Surratt
    - Jack Crane
    - Jamie Newman

    Here is a link the WF release on the Pro-Day which starts at 2:30: https://godeacs.com/news/2021/3/30/f...ay-primer.aspx

    Anyone can watch on ACCN Extra.

  12. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Apologize if this is Haas, but today is WF's pro-day.

    Those participating:

    - Boogie Basham
    - Sage Surratt
    - Jack Crane
    - Jamie Newman

    Here is a link the WF release on the Pro-Day which starts at 2:30: https://godeacs.com/news/2021/3/30/f...ay-primer.aspx

    Anyone can watch on ACCN Extra.
    Starts at 2

  13. #93
    From what I've been reading, Basham could sneak into the late 1st and won't last long on day 2. Surratt and Newman are looking at the middle of day 3, and neither had good Senior Bowl week reviews, although Newman did greatly enhance Richie Grant's draft prospects. Surratt could really use a good 40 time today because the main knock on him at the SB was he couldn't get any separation.

  14. #94
    Sage Surratt will be a productive NFL player. If he is a late-round pick, some NFL team will get a bargain.

    In 2019, WF was 7-1 heading into VT, and Surratt was essentially uncoverable. WF led into the 3rd quarter in Blacksburg and Surratt had two TDs; the VT secondary that day has a consensus 2021 1st round CB Caleb Farley. Surratt then separated his shoulder, and the WF offense went into the tank after that. Realize that there are many productive college players, but their talent doesn't translate at the NFL level. Don't see Surratt as one of those guys.
    Last edited by Pilchard; 03-31-2021 at 01:53 PM.

  15. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    From what I've been reading, Basham could sneak into the late 1st and won't last long on day 2. Surratt and Newman are looking at the middle of day 3, and neither had good Senior Bowl week reviews, although Newman did greatly enhance Richie Grant's draft prospects. Surratt could really use a good 40 time today because the main knock on him at the SB was he couldn't get any separation.
    And the numerous times he got walked from behind (albeit, he had already gained about 40 yards by the time he caught the ball).

    I've seen a great comparison of JJ Arcega-Whiteside, although I would say Surratt is more physical.

  16. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    From what I've been reading, Basham could sneak into the late 1st and won't last long on day 2. Surratt and Newman are looking at the middle of day 3, and neither had good Senior Bowl week reviews, although Newman did greatly enhance Richie Grant's draft prospects. Surratt could really use a good 40 time today because the main knock on him at the SB was he couldn't get any separation.
    hasn't Boogie pretty much always been projected as a first?

  17. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by cville deac View Post
    From what I've been reading, Basham could sneak into the late 1st and won't last long on day 2. Surratt and Newman are looking at the middle of day 3, and neither had good Senior Bowl week reviews, although Newman did greatly enhance Richie Grant's draft prospects. Surratt could really use a good 40 time today because the main knock on him at the SB was he couldn't get any separation.
    Not saying a good 40 time won't help, but I can't imagine scouts put much stock in 40 times at pro days. They are almost always faster than the standardized ones at the combine in Indy. Granted these pro days are all scouts have to go on this year, of course.

  18. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchard View Post
    Sage Surratt will be a productive NFL player. If he is a late-round pick, some NFL team will get a bargain.

    In 2019, WF was 7-1 heading into VT, and Surratt was essentially uncoverable. WF led into the 3rd quarter in Blacksburg and Surratt had two TDs; the VT secondary that day has a consensus 2021 1st round CB Caleb Farley. Surratt then separated his shoulder, and the WF offense went into the tank after that. Realize that there are many productive college players, but their talent doesn't translate at the NFL level. Don't see Surratt as one of those guys.
    I get the Surratt production, but most draft sites have him as a 5th round grade. I've been eyeing him for my Ravens in that round because he has good size, blocks well and is good in contested situations. Is he more effective against zone rather than man? If so, the Ravens see more zone than man because Lamar outside of the pocket with heads turned downfield is a scary proposition.

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    Surratt has otherworldly body control, but is slow. I think both he and Newman would have benefited from another year of tape (Surratt more than Newman, because I honestly don't think Newman ever had a chance at being more than a backup). I completely understand sitting out due to COVID, but it may have cost Surratt money. If he had put up 70-80 catches for 1100 in 9 games- something that was definitely in reach for him, his college production may have bumped him up a round or 2.

  20. #100
    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconSig View Post
    Surratt has otherworldly body control, but is slow. I think both he and Newman would have benefited from another year of tape (Surratt more than Newman, because I honestly don't think Newman ever had a chance at being more than a backup). I completely understand sitting out due to COVID, but it may have cost Surratt money. If he had put up 70-80 catches for 1100 in 9 games- something that was definitely in reach for him, his college production may have bumped him up a round or 2.
    If you're not Chase or Farley and you sat out this year, it really does seem like your draft stock went down. Out of sight, out of mind. But regardless of sitting out, running a 4.6 would put you off till day 3 anyway.

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