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also, notice the disparity between his two times.....4.61 as his high and 4.68 as his second.....you only get two shots at it and one was a full .07 quicker than the other.  im sure hes capable of 4.58 or 4.59, but the disparity between the two tells me that he is not a great 40 sprinter.  had they both been remotely close, i would feel differently, but thats a huge gap.

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Technique alone can get him a 4.5 from where he is now.

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Jamie collins ran a 4.6 and hes a 250 lb de/lb. but we all knew Banks was slow. He is just good enough to combat that with bumping and close coverage

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View PostGoldenRebel, on 01 March 2013 - 04:05 PM, said:

Jamie collins ran a 4.6 and hes a 250 lb de/lb. but we all knew Banks was slow. He is just good enough to combat that with bumping and close coverage

You won't have close coverage if your slow.

Edited by bulldawg28, 01 March 2013 - 04:37 PM.


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View Postbulldawg28, on 01 March 2013 - 04:36 PM, said:



You won't have close coverage if your slow.

You can if you jam them at the line and dont let them reach top speed. Aint no way Banks can cover some of those 4.3 guys without jamming them

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View PostGoldenRebel, on 01 March 2013 - 04:48 PM, said:



You can if you jam them at the line and dont let them reach top speed. Aint no way Banks can cover some of those 4.3 guys without jamming them

True. Only the Deion Sanders of the world don't have that problem. It's one of the reasons Banks is a top DB because he CAN get his hands on just about any WR in press.

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Even though he was slow (I think we knew once he ran the 40 his stock would drop some) the fact that teams like Seattle and SF have had success with big, long, physical DBs is going to get him drafted early. He may drop from late first to even mid-second, but that is probably at worst.

I don't know if Banks will be able to make a good CB in the NFL, but he will be able to make a pretty good career in somebodies secondary, very physical, very smart and very athletic. And again, just the fact that he is big means someone is probably going to jump for him.

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Unofficial pro-day results:

Banks
40: 4.51/4.52
Broad Jump: 10' 6"

Boyd:
40: 4.98

Cherrington:

34 Bench Reps.  Guy is fat and slow but strong apparently...

And that's all I got from the twitterverse...

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View Postnova, on 06 March 2013 - 11:30 AM, said:

Unofficial pro-day results:

Banks
40: 4.51/4.52
Broad Jump: 10' 6"

Boyd:
40: 4.98

Cherrington:

34 Bench Reps.  Guy is fat and slow but strong apparently...

And that's all I got from the twitterverse...

Cherrington was 36 reps, per 247sports.

Also, Bump ran 4.44ish.

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So, if it becomes official and Banks ran like a 4.51 or 4.55 or something, does that help a little from the 4.61 he ran?

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Any chance Banks moves to FS in the NFL?

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View PostJDawg, on 06 March 2013 - 12:00 PM, said:



Cherrington was 36 reps, per 247sports.

Also, Bump ran 4.44ish.

Ok, the 34 came from Locke and I think that was second hand...

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View Postnova, on 06 March 2013 - 11:30 AM, said:

Unofficial pro-day results:

Banks
40: 4.51/4.52
Broad Jump: 10' 6"

Boyd:
40: 4.98

Cherrington:

34 Bench Reps.  Guy is fat and slow but strong apparently...
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And that's all I got from the twitterverse...
So if Cherrington was that strong why was he getting laid out on his ass so much? I have never seen a man that big get slapped around a field like his sorry tail did

Edited by BulldawgFan, 06 March 2013 - 03:02 PM.

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Clowney ran a 4.5

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were the pro day times laser timed?  if so, that helps his stock considerably.



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