WINSTON GUY RUMORS & GOSSIP
Seahawks second 6th round selection (181)
Name: Winston Guy
40 yard dash: 4.65
For the 4th pick in a row the Seahawks add a defensive player in Winston Guy. Much like the pick before he is a special teams player who adds depth to the team.
This is a pick that Jeron Johnson cannot be happy about. He has been spewing all over...
The Seattle Seahawks have added depth to the secondary, picking Kentucky safety Winston Guy with their second sixth-round pick in Saturday's NFL draft.
Guy was selected with the 181st overall pick and he is the sixth defensive selection made by Seattle. He was a second-team all-Southeastern Conference selection after recording 120 tackles his senior season for the Wildcats,...
Via AP on Fox
April 28, 2012
...safety Winston Guy from Kentucky. At 6'1", 213 lbs, Guy has the size Carroll loves in his defensive backs, plus he's versatile enough to play multiple positions (he played cornerback, safety, and linebacker in college). He seems to be more of an old-school strong safety type, i.e. great against the run, not so hot against the pass. Of course, that's the...
With the 181st overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Seahawks select Winston Guy, SS (Kentucky). Tough run-defending safety who is best between the numbers. Explodes up the field, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and quickly gets to the ballcarrier. Displays a burst to the action, easily changes direction and aggressively lays his shoulder pads into ballcarriers. Works...
The Seattle Seahawks with 2nd pick of the 6th round 11th pick of the round 181 take Kentucky Safety Winston Guy.
Mayock says Guy is a active in the box player, a sure tackler, 4.7 speed, looking at him as a special teams player. He's the Atari Bigby replacement. A depth guy to add to the special teams.
It was back to football on the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast this week, as former All-SEC safety, and NFL Draft hopeful Winston Guy joined the show.
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Kentucky officially added junior college Kory Brown to the 2012 class on Wednesday to provide some much needed help at the safety/linebacker hybrid position left vacant by Winston Guy’s graduation. He is a 6’1, 210 pound defensive back prospect that has a knack for making plays in the open field. While junior college players are seldom brought in to sit on the bench, Brown...
SCOUT’S NOTEBOOK: OLE MISS@KENTUCKY
Last Saturday’s showdown between SEC bottom feeders Ole Miss and Kentucky (won by the Wildcats by a 30-13 tally) was hardly a clash of the titans, but it was nonetheless an opportunity to getting a close look at some promising prospects that have a chance to make it at the next level.
Always the “Guy”
Outside linebacker Winston Guy...
Winston Guy, aka "The Predator", is ready for UK's season-defining game against the Mississippi Bulldogs this Saturday in a "blackout" at Commonwealth Stadium.<span style="font-family: "Times New Roman"; font-size: 12.0pt; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-font-family: Mangal; mso-bidi-language: HI; mso-fareast-font-family: SimSun; mso...
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LB Danny Trevathan and S/LB Winston Guy are the
heart and soul of this team, and they have the stats to prove it.
They rank 1-2 in the SEC in total tackles and tackles per game.
Trevathan leads with 72 total tackles and 12.0 per game, while Guy
has 67 tackles and 11.2 per game. The next closest player is Ole