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For the next couple of months I am going to be running a series of articles giving you a breakdown of the top 25 on my 2012 NFL Draft big board. Just last week, I compiled a list of the top 200 prospects in the draft after watching extensive videos and looking at the play of each individual.
Today’s article is going to focus on my 25th ranked prospect for April’s draft, Brandon Weeden from Oklahoma State.
Size: Weeden is your prototypical quarterback in terms of size, standing at 6’4? and 214 pounds. He will have absolutely no issues looking over the top of the defensive front and finding throwing lanes between the hashes.
Arm Strength: He can make every single throw on the football field, including putting a tremendous amount of zip on the longer passes. Weeden will be able to throw across the field to the sidelines without much of an issue, something that a vast majority of NFL quarterbacks tend to struggle with.
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Oklahoma State was the team to go to if you wanted to find fantasy production this year. Before the season, they had a QB, RB, and WR in the top 30 of preseason fantasy rankings. And it’s safe to say, nobody disappointed. Weeden finished second in the nation in passing, Blackmon finished fourth in receiving, while Randle surprised everyone with a 1,200-yard rushing season...
INDIANAPOLIS – Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon, the top wide receiver in the draft, said Friday he won’t run at the NFL Scouting Combine because of a hamstring injury.
“It’s a little tender,” he said.
Blackmon said he was planning on running, but that he decided against it after “listening to people who have my best interests.”
Blackmon is a strong runner with the...
Video compilation of defending Big 12 champions spring practice
After watching this video of Oklahoma State football practice, released by OSU Athletics on Friday, I cannot help but be amped to go out there and flip some tires in to an end zone and back, or have a tug of war with people screaming at me. LET’S GO!
The defending Big 12 champions could be set to be taking a step...
The Oklahoma State receiver draws raves, but a perception that he's too slow is hurting.
The big question about Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon’s ability to thrive at the professional level is his speed. Blackmon, projected to be the first receiver off the board, said Friday that he is planning to eliminate that concern. “I know I’m not slow,” Blackmon said, via Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel. “I’m hoping…