Scouting the Continental Tire Bowl for NFL talent

A good game with plenty of talent along the lines of scrimmage. Several potential impact players and two very good first day picks in this one.

Boston College

Grant Adams/WR/5/5Sr:Natural receiver that catches the ball well, runs good routes and effectively blocks down field.  Lacks the size/speed numbers to be anything other than a bit receiver at the next level.

Will Blackmon/CB/1/3Jr: Terrific cover corner with outstanding size\speed numbers.  Also effective as a return specialist.  Possesses great upside the next level but the feeling is he will return the Boston College where his senior campaign.

Tim Bulman/DT/96/4Sr: Explosive interior lineman with great quickness and tenacity.  Lacks bulk on the inside and limited in a number of systems he will slide in at the next level.

David Kashetta/TE/86/5Sr: Powerful blocker best as an intermediate range target.  Abilities as a long snapper could help him catch on at the next level.

Mathias Kiwanuka//DE/94/4Jr: Dominant defender that has continually progresses on the football field.  Tremendous athletic specimen and makes plays in every direction and impacts the game.

James Marten/G/70/3So: Solid young blocker with a bright future.  Reminds us to this point of Chris Snee.

Phillip Mettling/DE/93/5Sr: Hard working lineman best suited as a backup at the next level.

Pat Ross/C/66/4Jr: Tough blocker on the pivot with a playing style similar to Dan Koppen.

T.J. Stancil/S/23/5Sr: Nice sized safety with good ball skills.  Flashes ability and occasionally comes up with the big play.

Jeremy Trueblood/T/72/3Jr: Solid strong side prospect that plays with a nasty attitude yet understands the position.

North Carolina

Jason Brown/C/72/4Sr: Tough, nasty blocker that has moved to the top of the list at his position.  One of the strongest players in the ACC and a prospect with an outstanding feel for the position.

Jocques Dumas/TE/43/4Sr:  Former defensive lineman moved to tight end as a senior.  Sized well and possesses good speed.  Needs time to refine his game.

Darian Durant/QB/4/4Sr: Elusive quarterback with a great arm and the ability to get rid of the ball with a flick of his wrist.  Makes plays with his legs and has a burst of speed carrying the ball.  Just average accuracy and a lack of height makes it difficult for him to see over the line.

Lionel Green/CB/1/4Sr: Nice sized corner with good physical skills.  Flashes ability but does not give consistent effort and must improve his overall game.

Madison Hedgecock/TE/44/4Sr: Hard working prospect that's been used at defensive end and fullback but projects to tight end.

Jacque Lewis/RB/20/4Sr: Quick footed, slippery ball carrier.  Runs low to the ground and is tough to bring down.  Has a burst through the hole but to possesses only marginal size\speed numbers of the next level.

Willie McNeill/T/76/4Sr: Solid position blocker who flashes the ability to slide out and shuffle his feet in pass protection.  Lacks balance, wherewithal and still rather raw.

Jarwarski Pollock/WR/5/4Jr: Quick footed, elusive skill player who also excels as a return specialist.

Chad Scott/RB/6/5Sr: Undersized yet athletic ball carrier with good speed.  Change of pace runner at the next level must improve his overall game.

Albert Seagraves/G/75/5Sr: Limited athlete who plays with solid fundamentals.  Possesses growth potential and could find a home at the next level as a backup.

Gerald Sensabaugh/S/14/4Sr: Nice sized safety with good playing speed.  Former IAA player that has shown a steady line of progression.  Can succeed at the next level for a team that is patient with his development.

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