Posts Tagged ‘2009 NFL Draft’

Prospect Profiles: ILB Brandon Spikes

Brandon Spikes is a very well known name around the country-he is not just a draft community name. Spikes was a great player in 2008, but had some injury and character concerns this season including an incident where he blatantly eye-gouged an opponet during the season in which he was suspended for half a game vs […]

2009 Giants Draft Recap:

As the 2009 NFL draft wraps up the Giants made the best of their ten picks.  They filled the relatively small holes they had on the roster with their selections.  Let’s review the picks.   Strengths and weaknesses thanks to Scout.com   Round #1 Pick #29 Hakeem Nicks (WR North Carolina)   Nicks is a […]

Barden Biography

Giants.com has a biography up about Ramses Barden: The most physically imposing receiver in the 2009 NFL Draft, Barden proved in post-season all-star games and at the Combine that while he might not have played at the major college level, he is a major talent. His size, strength and long stride have scouts comparing him […]

Ramses Barden Scouting Report

Here is Ramses Barden’s scouting report from draftcountdown.com: Strengths: Great height and outstanding bulk…Excellent athleticism…Real strong and physical…Good leaper with terrific ball skills…Runs with some power…Has a nose for the endzone…Decent blocker…Intelligent with solid intangibles..Extremely productive  and was dominant at his level.  Weaknesses: Does not have great timed speed…Isn’t real quick or sudden…Has room to […]

Possible 2nd Day Targets

well the first round of the draft is over, and I’m very excited. I was a little reluctant about Hakeem Nicks, but I’ve been doing a lot of research and checking various sites and videos of Nicks and I’ve been swayed. I liked Nicks, but I liked Britt more. Here’s the stat to me: for […]

Pick Nicks:

With the 29th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft the New York Giants select Hakeem Nicks, wide receiver,  from North Carolina.   This was the popular pick from many mock drafts around the NFL community prior to the draft.  Nicks is probably the most NFL ready receiver in the draft in my opinion and will look […]

What If……. Tony Gonzalez Trade Impact

What If….. The Giants drafted a WR with Every Pick? 1st Round Kenny Britt 2nd Round- Brian Robiskie, Louis Murphy 3rd Round-Ramses Barden, Mike Wallace 4th Round-Johnnie Knox. Albeine Chrisitan 5th Round- Marko Mitchell Nevada (6’3” 4.46 40, over a 1,000 yards receiving, 9 touchdowns), Brooks Foster, North Carolina (27 reps, 4.46 40) 6th round- […]

“Pot” Luck for the Giants? Draft insight.

How does a couple of failed drug tests possibly help out the Giants?

Do the Giants have a prejudice against players from non BCS conferences schools?

Kiwianuka for Edwards?

Let me preface this by saying it’s not a rumor I heard or anything, just a thought I have. I know that the New York Giants and everyone else loves Mathias Kiwanuka and I do too as well. He’s obviously versatile and has a good motor. He can get to the QB and is at […]

Giants Keep It Close to the Vest

I was wondering if anyone else had found this reported anywhere else, but DE/OLB Clint Sintim had an official visit with the New York Giants according to Clint Sintim (who is writing a journal for Sportingnews Today: Sintim said that Maurice Covington. Covington is a big prospect, listed at 6-4, who didn’t have a lot […]